Forensic Engineer - Accident Reconstruction and Biomechanics
Joe Kasselik is an Accident Reconstructionist for Aperture (formerly Biomechanical Research and Testing). Joe has been with Aperture since July 2020 and during that time has attended several accident reconstruction conferences and completed courses in accident reconstruction, human factors, crash data retrieval, and collision simulation software. Joe has also participated in several instrumented crash tests as both a vehicle occupant and test coordinator for conferences, case work, and research purposes. His areas of specialty include accident reconstruction, event data recorder (EDR) downloads and analysis, and biomechanics.
In 2019, Joe earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in biomedical engineering and a minor in economics from the University of Colorado, Boulder. He is a proficient user of the FARO 3D Laser Scanner and software such as Engineering Dynamics Corporation’s Human Vehicle Environment (HVE), EOS Systems Inc.’s Photomodeler, and Autodesk’s suite of CAD programs including AutoCAD, Inventor, and 3DS Max. He is a member of Southwestern Association of Technical Accident Investigators (SATAI).Download CV