Mark Redekopp is an Associate Professor of Engineering Practice at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. Mark received his MS and BS degrees in Computer Engineering from USC in 2001 and 1999, respectively. In addition to his teaching work at USC, Mark works as a consultant at Raytheon Company. His area of emphasis is computer architecture and digital integrated circuit design.
Mark teaches a variety of electrical engineering and computer science courses at the undergraduate level. By finding new ways to engage students and make complex topics accessible and relatable, Mark seeks to stimulate student interest and passion for the subject matter. In 2010, Mark won the Northrop Grumman Excellence in Teaching Award at USC.
Mark has been part of a number of innovative teaching programs and grants utilizing technology in the classroom, publishing two papers at the annual conference of the American Society of Engineering Education focused on active learning approaches and multidisciplinary courses. In particular, Mark has been a leading proponent of a “flipped” classroom model that inverts activities that typically take place in and outside of the classroom in an effort to model and effectively impart the critical thinking processes utilized in engineering design and analysis.