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Mark Scott


Mark graduated in 2005 from the Ohio State University with a Bachelor’s in Electrical and Computer Engineer.  While pursuing his undergraduate degree, he worked as a student electronics technician for the Athletic Department at Ohio State. In 2006, he began working as a field engineer installing large industrial automated systems.  In 2008, he worked as a test engineer validating power electronics designed for automotive applications. 

He returned to Ohio State in 2009 to pursue his Ph. D in power electronics.   His research is focused on utilizing wide bandgap devices in high power conversion applications.

His interests outside of electronics include music, literature, hiking, and horticulture. 

He graduated in the summer of 2015 and immediately joined Miami University as an assistant professor.


  • IEEE Power electronics society student travel grant to attend IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition, (ECCE), 2011
  • ECCE 2011 Student Hardware Demo, IEEE ECCE, 2011.
  • Best presentation award in IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC) 2012
  • Edward F. Hayes Graduate Research Forum Presentation, the Ohio State University, 2014.
  • 2014 East Asian and Pacific Summer Institute Fellowship from The National Science Foundation