Mario Eisenbacher

Mario Eisenbacher


Title: Vice President of Engineering
Company: Hydro-Mechanical System, Inc.
Location: Marlton, New Jersey, United States

Mario Eisenbacher, Vice President of Engineering at Hydro-Mechanical System, Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in mechanical engineering.

Mr. Eisenbacher was interested in the sciences from a young age, however, upon entering college, he discovered that he wanted a job that was concrete in nature, and pursued engineering. In 1969, he received a Bachelor of Science in aeronautical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, as well as a Master of Business Administration from Widener College in 1971. Delving into the realm of engineering, he began working with the U.S. General Services Administration for four years, simultaneously serving Westinghouse Electric Company LLC for 16 years. In 1995, he began acting as vice president of engineering for Hydro-Mechanical System, Inc., a role he continues to serve to this day. In this position, he designs hydraulic starting systems for gas turbines and shipboard military applications throughout the United States, Italy, France, Poland, and India.

A certified professional engineer, Mr. Eisenbacher has been a prolific author throughout his career, penning such works as “The Wizard’s Handbook” in 2011, “Programming Your Commodore 64 in BASIC” in 1984, and “Programming Your Timex/Sincliar 1000 in BASIC” in 1983. Seeing much success as an engineer, he has maintained affiliation with several professional organizations, including the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and Alpha Phi Omega. A former member of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps with the U.S. Air Force, Mr. Eisenbacher aspires to focus on his writing in the future and travel overseas to broaden his experience.

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