Niall Mullane

Hi! My name is Niall Mullane, and I am studying Computer Science and Applied Mathematics at North Carolina State University.

I am a highly motivated student focusing on robotics and rocketry outside of the classroom. I would love to apply my computer science experience to real-world problems in industry and research.


May 2020 - Present
Compilers Subteam Lead
Liquid Rocketry Lab
Work on a student team to design and develop software for a mobile engine test stand and a suborbital rocket.

Lead the development of a custom rocket engine testing language and its compiler.
June 2021 - August 2021
Flight Software Intern
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Wrote unit tests and contributed to NASA's core Flight System software.

Supported the DARPA Assured Micro Patching competition attempting to modernize the process of patching flight software.

Internship Details and Projects
June 2020 - July 2020
Robotics Engineering Intern
Toyota Material Handling
Developed a behavior tree proof-of-concept in ROS for an autonomous Toyota forklift.

Created Docker environments and developed custom behavior tree nodes to facilitate the development of an autonomous forklift.
August 2019 - November 2019
Undergraduate Researcher
North Carolina State University
Developed visualization software for 3D Voronoi Diagrams capable of analyzing their geometric structure.
July 2019 - August 2019
Robotics Intern
Analog Devices
Designed and built an autonomous robot with a LIDAR, a Depth Camera, and an IMU for mapping and localization.
November 2017 - February 2019
Physics Student Researcher
North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics
Worked with Dr. Stephen Teitsworth at Duke University, developing a computer simulation of a stochastic circuit.