Marcos Esterman earned his BSME in 1988 and MSME in 1990 form the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. From 1990 to 1994, he was a development engineer at General Electric Medical Systems in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 1995 he attended Stanford University to work on a PhD under the direction of Dr. Kosuke Ishii. By 1997, he had returned to industry to work for Hewlett-Packard’s Imaging and Printing Division in Boise, Idaho, where he held a variety of positions in manufacturing and R&D while concurrently conducting his PhD research. His analysis work at HP enhanced design and product architecture decision-making.
In 2002, he was awarded a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University. In 2004 he joined the Industrial and Systems Engineering Faculty at the Rochester Institute of Technology, where he teaches product and process development, and systems engineering. His current research focuses on structured product development methods, with an emphasis on printing and imaging systems and sustainable printing.
|Sustainable Printing Activities: Design and Initial Approach for a Print Energy Life-Cycle Decision Tool
by Elvis Montero , J. Scott Hawker, Ph.D. , Marcos Esterman, Ph.D. , Sandra Rothenberg, Ph.D.
|Exploring Existing Measures of Environmental Impacts of Print: A Survey of Existing Practices
by Eni Gambeta , Marcos Esterman, Ph.D. , Sandra Rothenberg, Ph.D.
|Life Cycle Analysis in the Printing Industry: A Review
by Justin Bousquin , Marcos Esterman, Ph.D. , Sandra Rothenberg, Ph.D.