Mark Miller is the Vice President of Research & Engineering at Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation.
He is responsible for approximately 4,000 global engineering professionals providing engineering support to all Sikorsky development, production, sustainment and aftermarket programs. These include the BLACK HAWK, Naval Hawk, CH-53, VH-60, VH-3, S-92® and S-76®. Miller is also responsible for technical oversight of Sikorsky Research & Development projects, and Sikorsky Innovations advanced programs, including the X2 Technology™ Demonstrator, S-97 RAIDER™, and Optionally Piloted Vehicles (OPVs).
Miller joined Sikorsky as Director, System Engineering in July 2000, was promoted to Vice President, System Engineering and Technology in May 2001, and was named to his current role in February 2002. While Vice President, Research & Engineering, Sikorsky Corporation has been recognized with the Mead Medal, United Technologies Corporation's highest award for "outstanding accomplishments in engineering or science" three times, and has twice received the Robert J. Collier Trophy, "for the greatest achievement in aeronautics or astronautics in America".
Prior to joining Sikorsky, Miller held the position of Deputy Vice President, Engineering and Advanced Programs at Lockheed Martin Skunk Works.
Miller received a bachelor's of science degree in engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles, and his master's degree in business administration from the University of Southern California.