Scott Batzold’s interest in becoming an electrical engineer began at a young age. In grade school, he was required to write a research paper on a career and it just so happened to be the profession he would spend the rest of his life mastering. With a BS in electrical engineering from Western Michigan University, Scott has been in the industry for over 10 years. Scott takes pride in his work and especially enjoys tackling technically complicated design challenges. He has a record holder account with NCEES as a model law engineer, is a member of the Engineering Society of Detroit, and is a volunteer judge for the Michigan Regional Future City competition. Some of his interests include hunting, ATV riding, and spending time with his family at their cottage in northern Michigan. One of his greatest accomplishments at IDS includes his involvement with the award-winning Chrysler project where he designed the installation of their largest horsepower climatic test cell 4-wheel drive dynamometer.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, 2006

Western Michigan University

Professional Memberships

Engineering Society of Detroit

NCEES