Expertise DescriptionI 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
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.
|Ph.D.||Mechanical Engineering||Clemson University|
|M.S.||Mechanical Engineering||Clemson University|
|B.S.||Mechanical Engineering||Clemson University|