LTU since August 1999
Chrysler Corporation/FCA, August 1994–present
Currently I am a vehicle safety engineer working on RAM Truck impact testing vehicle structures and occupant kinematics. Along with the vehicle impact behavior, I analyze occupant kinematics and interaction with passive restraints during the impact event. Other areas I have worked in Chrysler include computational film analysis of vehicle impact testing and anthropomorphic test device response, design and release of: air induction systems, fuel systems, acoustic engine treatments, and design of diesel fuel systems. I have also had positions in air fuel and emission component design & release engineer, V6 program management, engineering quality for large car and Jeep Wrangler.
BSME from LTU, May 1993
Master of Science Engineering Management from Oakland University 05/1998
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