Harold Schock received his BS in Mechanical Engineering from
Michigan Technological University in 1974 and his MS in Mechanical
Engineering from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor in 1975.
He then returned to Michigan Tech and earned his PhD in Engineering
Mechanics in 1979. While earning his PhD at Tech, Dr. Schock
worked as a research assistant and a teaching assistant. Dr.
Schock is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director
of the Automotive Research Experiment Station at Michigan
State University. In 2002, Dr. Schock was selected as an International
Fellow by the Society of Automotive Engineers in recognition
of his 20 years of work in quantifying flows in piston and
rotary engines. His work is documented in more than 70 publications.
Dr. Schock is known as an authority on in-cylinder flow control
and has invented, developed, and improved diagnostics that
quantify details of critical engine processes. He was responsible
for establishing the Automotive Research Experiment Station