Automotive Engineering Expert 508109 FL

Expertise Description

I have more than 5 years experience in the automotive engineering sector with specific experience in the automotive manufacturing of both OEM components and full vehicle assembly / manufacturing. My Ph.D. research is on complex systems design and the development of computational representations and reasoning in design. I have worked on multiple sponsored projects funded by partners such as NASA, Michelin, and BMW. I currently serve as an assistant professor at a University where I work on a multitude of automotive and systems engineering projects.

Areas of Expertise

Relevant Experiences

I have worked in the automotive industry both within an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and a supplier. I have a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering and am well versed on the emissions of vehicles, how they are tested, and the metrics involved during testing. As an engineer with a design background, I am able to analyze failed systems to identify cause and potential solutions that could have prevented the failure. I’ve done this for multiple design projects (industrial, governmental, and academic).

I am comfortable investigating sensor performance and faults in automotive systems. I can analyze the faults to determine if a pattern of failure exists and if this is a systematic failure. Further, I can analyze remedies to determine if they are adequate in mitigating (or alleviating) the problems and perform the needed testing to validate this.


Degree Subject Institution
Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering Clemson University
M.S. Mechanical Engineering Clemson University
B.S. Mechanical Engineering Clemson University