Kristopher Jones joined Aperture (formerly CAC Forensics) in 2022 as a Forensic Engineer. Kris has investigated and participated in the reconstruction of accidents involving passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles, and motorcycles. He has experience working for clients on both the plaintiff and defense sides of litigation. His responsibilities include the inspection of vehicles and scenes to gather evidence, including downloading event data recorder (EDR) systems from passenger and heavy vehicles, processing and analysis of collected data, and the creation of exhibits related to the reconstruction of accidents.
Prior to joining the team at Aperture, Kris spent 9 years at Ford Motor Company where he worked in Powertrain Engineering. His responsibilities included vehicle and component level testing, control strategy development and calibration, and collaboration with adjacent vehicle subsystem engineers. Kris also has experience with vehicle module communication, diagnostics, and troubleshooting.
Kris graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor and Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. While pursuing his graduate studies, Kriswas employed as a research assistant where he studied biomedical applications of compliant mechanisms. He is a certified Engineer in Training through the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES)Download CV