Forensic Engineer - Accident Reconstruction
Alexander Szepelak is a Forensic Engineer and Accident Reconstructionist for Aperture (formerly American Bio Engineers). Alexander’s specific area of expertise includes vehicular accidents, vehicular dynamics, speed analysis, time/motion studies, vehicle maintenance, and design strength analysis. In his work for Aperture, Alexander puts this expertise to use reconstructing accidents involving cars, trucks, motorcycles, and pedestrians.
Alexander was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. Upon graduating from Palo Verde High School in 2013, Alexander was admitted to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Due to his academic excellence and Dean’s List honors, Alexander gained acceptance into the engineering honor society Tau Beta Pi. In 2017, after passing the Fundamentals of Engineering Examination, Alexander was awarded a license as an Engineering Intern in the State of Nevada. He also holds a Remote Pilot Certificate from the FAA, allowing the commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS).Download CV