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William Nichols

Software Engineering Institute

William “Bill” Nichols joined the SEI in 2006 as a senior member of the technical staff and served as a PSP instructor and TSP coach with the Team Software Process team. Prior to joining the SEI, Nichols led a software development team at the Bettis Laboratory near Pittsburgh, where he had been developing and maintaining nuclear engineering and scientific software for 14 years. Publication topics include the interaction patterns on software development teams, design and performance of a physics data acquisition system, analysis and results from a particle physics experiment, and algorithms development for use in neutron diffusion programs, effectiveness of software security tools, and software quality economics. Nichols has a doctorate in physics from Carnegie Mellon University.

Publications by William Nichols