Marcos Esterman is an Assistant Professor in the Industrial and Systems Engineering Department. His teaching interests are in product and process development, and systems engineering. He teaches in the Multi-Disciplinary Design, the Manufacturing and Management Leadership, and the Masters in Product Development Programs. Marcos is co-director of the Printer Research and Image Systems Modeling (PRISM) Laboratory, which focuses on the modeling of printer and imaging systems to support product architecture and business decisions. His research focuses on structured product development methods, with an emphasis of design for reliability and warranty, design robustness and sustainability. Marcos also holds an appointment as an affiliate assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Idaho – Boise. Prior to joining the RIT faculty, Marcos worked for Hewlett-Packard’s Imaging and Printing Division in Boise, Idaho. At HP, he held a variety of positions in manufacturing and R&D while concurrently conducting his PhD research.