Expert No. 2445Curriculum Vitae
Expert No. 2445, a graduate of the Mechanical Engineering School of the University of New Orleans, is a registered professional engineer and principal engineer of Performance Analysis Engineering. Expert 2445 routinely investigates failures and accidents related to products, product design, mechanical systems and processes, HVAC systems, and vehicle accidents. Education:
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of New Orleans, 1997Technical Training and Certifications:
ACTAR (Certified Traffic Accident Reconstructionist)
Bosch Certified Crash Data Retrieval Technician
Northwestern University Traffic Accident Reconstruction
Alerton DDC Control Systems Professional Organizations:
Louisiana Engineering Society
American Society of Mechanical Engineers Registrations:
Professional Engineer, LouisianaProfessional Experience:
2008 to Present
Principal Engineer serving the Industrial, Mechanical and Forensic fields. Assignments include mechanical product design, process, and safety design and development, fire investigations, and accident and failure analysis.
2005 through 2008
Industrial and Mechanical Engineering consultant supporting manufacturing firms with product design and development, and process improvement activities.
2000 through 2005
Product development engineer and manager specializing in mechanical, electronic, DCS and pneumatic control systems as well as other products for industrial, commercial and government facilities.
1995 through 2000
Worked as engineer-in training in industrial and mechanical contracting fields.
1989 through 1997
Served in the Cavalry in the U.S. Army and Louisiana Army National Guard. Duties included operations and maintenance of the Bradley Armored Fighting Vehicle, including combat operations in the Persian Gulf and Iraq.