Mark Bishop

Analytical Chemistry and

Signal Acquisition/Analysis

You can email me at: mark.bishop<at>

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Current Work: (Contractual) Laboratory Information Management System Administrator, New England Testing Laboratory, Inc., W. Warwick, RI


  • Chemical analytical methods development and data interpretation
  • Environmental analytical chemistry
  • Chemical/manufacturing process monitoring and trouble shooting
  • Project/program management
  • Training and curriculum development
  • Signal acquisition and analysis
  • Community planning and not-for-profit organization development
  • Full-stack network administration skills
  • Broad-spectrum knowledge of Linux and Windows operating systems, including servers
  • Programming languages: Java, C#, C, SQL, shell code


Volunteer Service



  • Bachelors Degree Chemistry, Minor in Education, Boston University
  • Graduate study in Civil Engineering, Northeastern University
  • Emergency Management and Emergency Operations Center Management (PEI OPS)

Professional Affiliations


  • Bishop, Mark, Implementing A One-Time-Pad-based Password Vault: A Poor Person's Solution, Hackin9, Vol. 13, No. 01, Jan 2018
  • Bishop, Mark, The White Hat Spirit, 2600 The Hacker Quarterly, Autumn 2012
  • Block, R.N., T.P. Clark, and M. Bishop. Biological Remediation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Presented at 6th National RCRA/Superfund Conference on Hazardous Wastes and Hazardous Materials, New Orleans, LA 1989.
  • Block, R.N., T.P. Clark, and M. Bishop. Biological Treatment of Soils Contaminated by Petroleum Products, Petroleum Contaminated Soils, Vol. 3 (Editors: Paul T. Kostecki and Edward J. Calabrese), Lewis Publishers, Michigan, 1990.
  • Block, R.N., Allworth, N. and M. Bishop, Assessment of Diesel Contamination in Soil, Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soils, Vol. 1 (Editors: Paul T. Kostecki and Edward J. Calabrese), Lewis Publishers, Michigan, 1991.

CodeProject Articles

Additionally, I have developed – and have had approved by the Massachusetts Licensed Site Professional Board of Registration – the following courses:

  • Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Petroleum Hydrocarbon Measurements, Course # 1092, 4 Technical Credits.
  • Environmental Analytical Methods for Organics and Metals, Course # 1095, 8 Technical Credits.