Chris Crock is a Senior Research Scientist at TeraPore Technologies, Inc and was awarded the Postdoctoral Research Diversity Fellowship from the American Society for Engineering Education when he joined TeraPore Technologies, Inc. Chris received his Ph.D. and his M.S. from the department of Environmental Engineering at Michigan State University. At Michigan State University, Chris’s research focused on developing and scaling up catalytic membranes for transforming halogenated solvents and nitrogen containing compounds in drinking water to innocuous byproducts by fabricating and embedding catalytic nanomaterials into polymeric membranes. Chris was awarded MSU’s Engineering Distinguished Fellowship during his PhD and Outstanding Environmental Engineering during his M.S.
Chris also received his B.S. in Engineering at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, MI with a designation of International Engineering.