Dr. Mark L. Hornick is an assistant professor & member of the Software Engineering Program faculty in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE).
He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanics, Mechanical, & Aerospace Engineering (1980, Illinois Institute of Technology), a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (1982, UW-Madison) and a PhD in Mechanical Engineering (1985, UW-Madison). His first professional practice of computer programming came when he was a summer intern in the Design Analysis department of the International Harvester Company, where he coded algorithms for computation & display of stresses in structural elements. In graduate school, his research focus concerned simulation of multi-body systems with kinematic constraints. His PhD dissertation resulted in the creation of a program for robotic path planning & optimization including 3-D graphics simulation.
Beginning his post-graduate career in 1986 with Allen-Bradley (now Rockwell Automation), Dr. Hornick worked as an R&D project engineer in the Motion Control group of A-B's Corporate Technology Division. In 1987, he joined ASEA Robotics (now ABB) as Sr. Software Engineer & subsequently as Principal Engineer, Development Manager, and Director, where he helped create & later manage ABB's Industrial Software Products group.
Dr. Hornick joined MSOE's full-time faculty in September of 2004. He and his wife Laurel are the parents of daughters Madeleine and Elissa.
|Dr. Mark L. Hornick
Milwaukee School of Engineering
1025 North Broadway
Milwaukee WI 53202-3109
This page was last updated on 02/03/2013.