As an engineer, Rober spent nine years working with NASA, with seven of those years spent working on the Curiosity rover at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory which is now on Mars. Rober left NASA in June 2013 when he left to pursue "Digital Dudz", a range of Halloween costumes that integrate mobile apps with clothing, which then he sold to Morphsuits, for two years. As of recently, he was presented with an opportunity to return to his Engineering roots to do some ideation type of work for a tech company near San Francisco.
Rober is also the host of a popular science TV show on the Science Channel called The Quick And The Curious.
Rober grew up in Orange County, California. He earned a Mechanical Engineering degree from Brigham Young University and a Master's degree from the University of Southern California. Rober currently lives in the city of Santa Clarita in Los Angeles County, with his wife and son.
In order to raise awareness about autism, Rober tweeted out his support for those with Autism, referencing his son who has the condition.
Mark Rober joined the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in 2004. There, he worked for nine years, seven of which were spent working on the Mars Curiosity rover, which is now currently on Mars and is entering it's 9th year of being on the surface of Mars. He designed and delivered hardware on several JPL missions, including AMT, GRAIL, SMAP, and Mars Science Laboratory. While at NASA, Mark was one of the primary architects for "JPL Wired", which was a comprehensive knowledge capture wiki. He published a case study about applying wiki technology in a high-tech organization to develop an "Intrapedia" for the capture of corporate knowledge..
Mark Rober even secretly worked for Apple in their Product Design sector as a Mechanical Engineer, he worked there for four years From 2015 to Jun 1, 2019.
- He gave a TEDx speech entitled "How To Come Up With Good Idea" and another entitled "The Super Mario Effect - Tricking Your Brain into Learning More."
- He has also made numerous appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
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