Kristopher Seluga received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the Mechanical Engineering department at MIT where he worked on the development of novel three dimensional printing technologies. In 2001 he joined Technology Associates where he has worked as a forensic engineer investigating hundreds of accidents for both plaintiffs and defendants. His investigative and analytical experience includes motor vehicle accident reconstruction, biomechanics, product design and safety and computer simulation and animation. He is also a licensed Professional Engineer in New York and Connecticut and has served as a member of the ANSI engineering committee for the Z130.1 and Z135 standards for golf cars and PTV’s. His research interests and peer reviewed publications span the topics of motor vehicle dynamics, product safety and biomechanics.