Marc Compere

Associate Professor
Mechanical Engineering Department
College of Engineering

Areas of Expertise

- physical systems modeling, dynamics, nonlinear controls

- instrumentation, sensing, computing, data acquisition, wireless telemetry

- sustainable design, solar power system design, off-grid water purification, sustainability

Marc Compere

Dr. Compere is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach Florida. His background is physical systems modeling, nonlinear dynamics, multi-vehicle scenarios, instrumentation, and sustainability. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in vehicle dynamics, electric power systems, instrumentation, modeling and simulation, and sustainable design courses including Capstone Senior Design. He has published 44 refereed conference and journal articles, advised 12 Masters students, 1 Ph.D. student, and launched 3 small businesses. Prior to academia, Dr. Compere spent 5 years in industry at SAIC focused on electric power systems for the U.S. Army's Power and Energy program.

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin

  • ME 620: Advanced Vehicle Dynamics
  • ME 800: Dissertation
  • ME 700: Graduate Thesis
  • ME 314: Instrmntn & Data Acqstn Lab
  • ME 313: Instrmntn & Data Acquisition
  • ME 599: Special Topics Mech Engr
  • ME 445: Sustainable Design

Mechanical Engineering Undergrad and Grad Courses:

   ES201 - Engineering Statics

   ES204 - Dynamics

   ME303 - Vehicle Dynamics

   ME313 / ME314 - Instrumentation and Data Acquisition and Lab

   ME325 Modeling and Simulation of Complex Engineering Systems

   ME414 / 434 - Senior Design and Lab

   ME445 Sustainable Design

   ME508 - Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

   ME595 - Practicum in Water Purification

   ME620 - Advanced Vehicle Dynamics


   HON350 - Honors Seminar III, Global Water

5 Years at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) in the Defense sector

ASME member since 1991

IEEE member since 2019