Lead Business Development Engineer

Nicholas Rodick graduated from the State University of New York at Oswego with a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology. While at University, Nick researched how low-level wind flows across complex terrain in the Northeastern US might, at times, help fuel severe weather outbreaks.

Another main research focus for Nick at University was within the financial and insurance markets, investigating how high resolution (ultra-localized) weather modeling could be used in future weather derivatives along with other financial instruments to hedge against the risk of weather-related losses.

Nick also led the Lake Effect Storm Prediction and Research Center at SUNY Oswego for two years, helping the Department Of Transportation of New York with critical operational decision making.

Nick has a passion for developing cutting edge weather and climate technology through Business Development.