I feel incredibly fortunate to have a job where I can work with gifted colleagues on rewarding projects supporting efforts that are important to me. Our clients are great, the work is diverse, and ERG provides the resources we need to be successful in our efforts.
A senior mechanical engineer in ERG’s clean transportation service area, Michael Sabisch (he/him/his) develops and manages mobile source emission and activity studies, including both laboratory-based programs and “real-world” in-use test programs of light- and heavy-duty on-road vehicles, as well as studies of nonroad mobile sources such as construction and agricultural equipment. He has extensive experience analyzing vehicle and engine emissions and activity data, and has a deep understanding of powertrain and emission control systems and operation. His experience also includes development and certification of vehicle emissions and activity measurement systems; analysis of light- and heavy-duty vehicle on-board diagnostic data (SAE J1939 and SAE J1979 protocols); technical support for regional light- and heavy-duty vehicle OBD test programs; and inspection/maintenance program evaluation and auditing.
Michael is a registered professional engineer and holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of New Mexico.