Nicholas Nadeau is an executive and project director at Halodi Robotics, leading their expansion into North America with the mission of bringing safe and capable humanoid robots to everyone.
He is a professional engineer (P.Eng.) and a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ). Nicholas received his Ph.D. from École de technologie supérieure where his research combined machine learning and collaborative robotics to develop methods for safe robotic freehand medical ultrasound.
Recruiting isn’t easy. It can be a long and tedious process, especially for startups when you’re building the infrastructure to support rapid growth. I used to think that recruiters and hiring managers were cold and rude.
I really wanted my vaccine and I wanted to be first in line when it was my turn. Québec has been doing a vaccination rollout plan based on age groups and we register for our vaccine through a web portal.
I spent a good part of my life in school, much of it studying engineering. From a bachelor’s degree in mechanical and biomedical engineering to a Ph.D. in collaborative robotics and machine learning, it was quite an adventure.
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