Paul Henry Schweitzer, Hungarian mechanic engineer. Served as First lieutenant Field Artillery and Air Corps, Austro-Hungarian Army, 1914-1918; Fellow American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Society Automotive Engineers; member Sigma Xi.; member Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Came to the United States, 1920, naturalized, 1925. Assistant master mechanic, diesel engine designer De La Vergne Machine Company. New York City, 1920-1922.
Tool designer Oakland Motor Car Company, Pontiac, Michigan, 1922-1923. Assistant professor Pennsylvania State University, 1923-1927, associate professor, 1927-1936, professor engineering research, 1936-1957, professor emeritus, 1958-1980. Partner Schweitzer & Hussmann Engineering Office, 1952-1980.
Manufacturers consultant, 1952-1980. Consultant Army Tank Automotive Center. Fulbright scholar, 1953-1954.