MEC-1520 is a forensic engineer with many years experience in mechanical and aerospace engineering. His experience includes investigation of automobile and industrial accidents, accident reconstruction, product safety and liability, specification conformance assessment, biomechanics, auto inspections, tires, brakes, electrical failure, and slip and fall. MEC-1520 also has teaching experience as full professor in George Washington Universitys School of Engineering & Applied Science. He has worked for large companies in the engineering industry, such as NASA, the Department of Transportation, Lockheed Aeronautical Systems and Aerojet General Corporation.
Ph.D., Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California
M.S., Applied Mechanics, Wayne State University
B.S., Aeronautical-Mechanical, Lawrence University of Technology