Materials Engingeer from Florida

Available For:

Record review, deposition and testimony for both Plaintiff and Defense cases.

Background Info:

The expert is court qualified in the field of Products Liability and Failure Analysis. He has testified on issues involving a plethora of materials including metals, plastics and ceramics. Some of the tools utilized by this expert include metallography, fractography, scanning electron microscopy, tensile and impact testing of subject and exemplar parts.

Education:
  • Undergraduate:

    • 1988
      University of Florida
      B.S. Materials Science and Engineering

  • Graduate:

    • 1998
      University of Florida
      M.S. Materials Science and Engineering

  • Professional Licenses:

    • 1997-Present
      Registered Professional Engineer

    • 2001
      Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator

    • 2004
      HVAC and Indoor Environmental Quality
      Licensee

    • 2007
      Certified Welding Inspector

  • Professional Development Courses:

    • July 1997
      Photo Elastic Stress Measurement presented by The Measurement Group

    • October 2000
      Threaded Fasteners and The Bolted Joint

    • March 2001
      Presented by The Society of Automotive
      Engineer

    • June 2001
      National Advanced Fire, Arson, and Explosion Investigation Science and Technology Seminar presented by the National Association of Fire Investigators

    • June 2002
      National Seminar on Fire Analysis Litigation.

    • March 2005
      General Topics in Forensic Engineering
      Presented by the National Academy of Forensic Engineers

    • March 2005
      Fractography presented by the Materials

    • March 2005
      Engineering Institute of ASM International

  • Professional Memberships/Affiliations:

    • National Academy of Forensic Engineers
    • National Society of Professional Engineers
    • Florida Engineering Society
    • American Welding Society

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