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Engineering Management

Newton, MA, 02456
August 18, 2012

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Aaron Marks * Ashmont Ave., Newton MA *****

Phone: 978-***-****


Seeking a full-time position that leverages broad technical knowledge and business strategy experience to create value

with new and emerging technology.


Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA

Master of Science in Engineering and Technology Innovation Management, December 2010

GPA: 3.72/4.00

Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy, May 2009

GPA: 3.11/4.00


Managerial and Engineering Economics Introduction to Sustainable Engineering

Strategy and Management of Technological Industrial Ecology and Sustainable Engineering

Innovation Design

Sustainable Energy Systems Management Innovation for Energy and the Environment

Special Topics in Energy Policy Innovation in Science and Engineering

Decision Tools for Engineering Design and Managing and Leading Research and

Entrepreneurship Development

Innovation Management Seminar


Treacy and Company, Senior Analyst (March 2011 – Present), Needham, MA

W orking in teams to help clients develop strategies for sustained market growth

Performing quantitative and statistical analysis to aid in hypothesis-based analysis of client strategy

Collaborating with company ventures group to help develop and test new business ideas

Engaging in continuing education through business fundamentals seminars and management consulting training

SDManaged, Team Member/Market Research Lead (November 2010 – March 2011), Pittsburgh, PA

SDManaged team developed business plan for a startup in the electricity demand response sector

Analyzed electricity load data to assess product potential

Performed analysis to assess favorability of different product types and customer markets

Used research on demand response and energy management markets to determine future product viability

Eaton Corporation, Innovation Center Intern (May 2010 – August 2010), Southfield, MI

W orked in the corporate research and development business unit

Analyzed business case for hydraulic series hybrids in off-highway equipment

Performed market sensing for Eaton products in next generation jet airliners

Carnegie Mellon University, Research Assistant (May 2009 – April 2010), Pittsburgh, PA

W orked with the Engineering and Public Policy Department

Researched the future viability of carbon capture for coal power plants

Analyzed comparative development of carbon capture against other emission control technologies


Rubin, E. S., Mantripragada, H., Marks, A., Versteeg, P., & Kitchin, J. (2012). The Outlook for Improved Carbon Capture

Technology. Progress in Energy and Combustion Science.


Computer: MS Office, Java, Solidworks, Matlab, AutoCAD

Machining: Metal Lathe, Milling Machine, Drill Press, Band Saw

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