Forensic Engineer - Accident Reconstruction, Biomechanics, and Human Factors
Todd Roescher is an Accident Reconstructionist with Aperture (formerly Biomechanical Research and Testing). Todd has been with Aperture since 2017 and during that time he has attended several accident reconstruction conferences and completed courses in accident reconstruction, human factors, crash data retrieval, and collision simulation software.
In 2017, Todd earned his Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering with a concentration in biomechanics and human performance from Drexel University. Consequently, he is now actively pursuing a Master of Science in Human Factors from California State University, Long Beach.
Over the course of his career, Todd has participated in several instrumented crash tests as both a vehicle occupant and test coordinator for conferences, case work, and research purposes. He has also been an author on peer-reviewed research papers published by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). His areas of specialty include human factors, accident reconstruction, event data recorder (EDR) downloads and analysis, and biomechanics.
Todd 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 currently a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), the Southwestern Association of Technical Accident Investigators (SATAI), California Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists (CA2RS), and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES).Download CV