Ph.D., Physics, 1962, Purdue University
M.S., Physics, 1958, Purdue University
A.B. with Honors, Physics and Mathematics, 1954, Howard College, (now Samford University)
Full Accreditation as a Traffic Accident Reconstructionist awarded by the Governing Board of
Directors of the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction, Registration No.
399 (Exp. date 10/29/08)
Consultant in Applied Physics and Accident Reconstruction,
Part-time 10/64-12/91, Full-time 12/91-Present
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Professor of Physics, 9/77-12/91 (Retired 12/1/91)
Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice, (Forensic Science Graduate Program), 9/85-12/91
Acting Chairman, Physics Department, 8/73-8/74
Visiting research participant, 12/67-3/68, 9/74-9/75 and 6/82-12/82
Sabbatical leave from UAB (Nuclear spectroscopy, research carried out in UNISOR facilities),
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Associate Professor of Physics, 9/67-9/77
Co-Radiation Safety Officer, 9/67-9/79
Associate Professor of Physiology and Biophysics, (Secondary Appointment) Joint Departments
of Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, 9/67- 9/77
Director, Radiation Biology Laboratory, 9/67-9/80 (Organization and administration of radiation
biology lecture course for radiology residents and dental radiology post-graduates, teaching
portions of radiation safety courses)
University of Maryland
National Science Foundation Summer Research Participant, 6/67-8/67 and 5/66-7/66
Assistant Professor and Head, Physics Department, 9/61-9/62
Associate Professor and Head, Physics Department, 9/62-9/66
Director of Cyclotron Laboratory, 9/62-9/67
Professor and Head, Physics Department, 9/66-9/67
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Graduate Research Assistant, and Nightshift Cyclotron Operator,
Since 1963 has served at various times as an applied physics and/or accident reconstruction consultant to over two hundred law firms, auto manufacturers, corporations, insurance companies and many individual clients in twenty-one states and has qualified and testified in court or by deposition as an expert witness in twelve states in either state or federal court; applied nuclear physics consultant to Southern Research Institute and physics consultant to Physics Division, Hayes International Corporation, 1963-1969.
Alabama Academy of Science (Vice-President and Chairman of Physics and Mathematics
Section, 1964-65) (Lifetime Member)
American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Association of Physics Teachers
American Nuclear Society, BirminghamSection (1985-1990)
American Physical Society
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2004 -
Australasian and South Pacific Association of Collision Investigators
Canadian Association of Technical Accident Investigators and Reconstructionists
Illinois Association of Technical Accident Investigators, 2008 -
Institute of TrafficAccident Investigators (United Kingdom)
National Association of Professional Accident Reconstruction Specialists
National Association of Traffic Accident Recontructionists and Investigators
New York Academy of Sciences, 1980-2002
Nuclear Physics Division of American Physical Society (1970-1990)
Society of Accident Reconstructionists
Society of Automotive Engineers (Member of Accident Investigation Practices Committee,
Forum Group IT-3, Crush Measurement and Stiffness Protocol, 1992-1997)
Southeastern Section, American Physical Society
Texas Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists (Director, Region VI and Member of
Board of Directors, 1999-2003)
Alabama State Radiation Advisory Board of Health (by appointment of the Governor of Alabama,
1964, reappointed, 1968, 1972, 1976 and 1980).
Boy Scouts of America: Member at Large of National Council and Chairman, Science Advisory
Committee for Explorer Scouts, 1998-2002.
Coordinator, Central Alabama regional Science Fair, 1962-65.
Samford University: Member, Board of Overseers, 1999-
Samford University: Advisory Committee to the Dean of the Howard Collegeof Arts and
Alpha Epsilon Delta (Pre-medical honor society) Faculty Advisor, Samford Chapter, 1964-66.
Omicron Delta Kappa (Undergraduate activities honor society).
Phi Kappa Phi (Lifetime Member) (Undergraduate scholastic honor: requirements equivalent to
Phi Beta Kappa).
Sigma Pi Sigma (Physics honor society).
Sigma Xi (Research honor society).
American Men of Science (1969- )
Outstanding Educators of America(1971- )
Personalities of the South (1975-76)
Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities* (1954)
Who's Who in Alabama(Volume 2)
Who's Who in the South and Southwest* (1968- )
Who's Who in Science and Engineering* (1991- )
Who's Who in Technology (1984- )
Who's Who in The World* (1995- )
Who's Who in America* (1996- )
"Q" -Clearance, U.S.Atomic Energy Commission, 1961
"Secret" -Clearance, U.S.Air Force, 1964
Decay of 26Si (with O.E. Johnson) Physical Review 120, 1321-1327 (1960).
Decay of 26Na (with B.T. Lucas and O.E. Johnson) Physical Review 122, 202-206 (1961).
Decay of a New Isotope 30S (with J.I. Rhoade and O.E. Johnson) Physical Review 122, 879-884 (1961).
New Isotope 30Al (with O.E. Johnson) Physical Review 123, 1349-1454 (1961).
Decay of 89Zr and 89 m Zr and Levels of 89Y (with R.C. Hagenauer and E. Eichler) Nuclear Physics A 123, 471-476 (1969).
UNISOR* Project (with E.H. Spejewski, et al.) in Proceedings of the 8th International EMIS Conference on Low Energy Ion Accelerators and Mass Separators, Skovde, Sweden, June 12-15, 1973, edited by G. Anderson and F. Holmen, Chalmers Gothenbury, Sweden, p. 318 (1973). (Paper presented by
Neutron & Photon Flux From X-Ray Fluorescent Thyroid Scanners (with B.O. Hannah, W.B. Bass and E.L. Wills) Health Physics 26, 301-326 (1974).
Absolute Neutron Yield of a Fluorescent Thyroid Scanner (with Joe K. Blair and Jerome L. Duggan) Health Physics 26, 301-326 (1974).
*Marquis “Who’s Who Publications
New Isotope 193Pb and the Structure of 193T1: Shape Coexistence in 188Hg and in189Au: and a New Ion Source: Recent UNISOR Research (with J.H. Hamilton, et al.) Izv. Akad. Nuak SSSR* Ser. Fiz. 39 (1975). (Paper presented by J.H. Hamilton, Dubna, U.S.S.R.).
Alpha-Decay of 186T1 (with M.A. Ijaz, K.S. Toth, and J. Lin) Physical Review C 14, 264-266 (1976).
The UNISOR ISOL Data Acquisition System (with H.K. Carter, et al.) Nuclear Instruments and Methods 139, 349-353 (1976). (Presented at the 9th EMIS Conference, Soreq, Israel, June 1976 by H.K. Carter).
Observation of Alpha-Decay in Thallium Nuclei, Including the New Isotopes 184T1 and 185T1 (with K.S. Toth, et al.). Physics Letters 63B, 150-153 (1976).
Behavior of the Excited Deformed Band and Search for Shape Isomerism in 184Hg (with J.D. Cole, et al.). Physical Review Letters B, 66B, 133-135 (1977).
New Isomers of 185,187T1 and the Departure of the h9/2 Intruder State (with A.G. Schmidt, et al.). Physics Letters B, 66B, 133-135 (1977).
Recent Work at UNISOR on Neutron-Deficient Au, Hg and T1 Nuclei in the Mass Range 184<A<197 (with J.L. Wood, et al.). In Proceedings of the 3rd Inter-national Conference on Nuclei Far From Stability, May 16-19, 1976, Cargese, Corsica, France (Invited Paper presented by J.L. Wood).
Correction to an Assignment in 186T1 Alpha-Decay (with M.A. Ijaz, et al.). Physical Review C15, 2251-52 (1977).
Coulomb-Nuclear Interference for High-Spin States Excited by 86Kr, 40Ar and 16O Projectiles (with M.W. Guidry, et al.). Physical Review Letters 40, 1016-1019 (1978).
High-Spin Properties of 164Er in the Multiple Band Crossing Region (with S.W. Yates, et al.). Physical Review C21, 2366-2384 (1980).
Application of the Van de Graff to the Mass Spectroscopy of Simulated Ice Mantles of Interstellar Dust, T.J. Wdowiak, E.L. Wills, E.L. Robinson and G.S. Bales, Nuclear Instruments and Methods B10/11, 735-737 (1985).
Formation of Organic Chemistry Dust by Ion Bombardment of Cosmic Ices. T.J. Wdowiak, E.L. Robinson, L.D. Brasher, G.C. Flickinger and H.R. Stetze, Lunar and Planetary Science 19, 1244-1250 (1988).
Formation of Particulates by Ion Bombardment of Cryogenic Ice Mixtures. T.J. Wdowiak, L.D. Brasher, E.L. Robinson, G.C. Flickinger and H.R. Setze. In Proceedings of Experiments on Cosmic Dust Analogues, Capri, Italy (1987).
Ion Bombardment Experiments Suggesting an Origin for Organic particles in Pre-Cometary and Cometary Ices. T.J. Wdowiak, E.L. Robinson, G.C. Flickinger and David A. Boyd. In Analysis of Returned Comet Samples, NASA Conference Proceedings (CP), Militas, CA (1989)
Analysis of Accelerometer Data for Use in Skid-Stop Calculations, E.L. Robinson. (Paper No. 940918) Accident Reconstruction: Technology and Animation IV, Society of Automotive Engineers SP-1030, 389-394 (1994).
Derivation of Closing Speed as a Function of Dissipated Energy, E.L. Robinson (Paper No. 2000-01-1318) Accident Reconstruction; Analysis. Simulation and Visualization, Society of Automotive Engineers SP-1491, 527-536 (2000).
Seventeen Motorcycle Crash Tests into Vehicles and a Barrier, Kelley S. Admanson; Peter Alexander; E.L. Robinson; Gary M. Johnson; Claude I. Burkhead,III; John McManus; Gregory C. Anderson, Ralph Aronberg, J. Rolly Kinney, David W. Sallmann. (Paper No. 2002-01-0551) Accident Reconstruction, Society of Automotive Engineers SP-1666, 113-140 (2002)
Chlorine-40 (with H. Morinage and E. Bleuler) BAPS* 1, 192 (1956).
New Isotope 30Al (with O.E. Johnson) BAPS 6, 38 (1961).
A Velocity of Light Measurement for the Undergraduate Physics Laboratory JAAS*
38, 235 (1967).
Study of N12 Levels in the Simultaneous Reactions B10 (He3,p) ®C12*®C11+n and B10(He,n)N12*®C11+p (with M.L. Roush and R.O. Mead) JAAS 38, 240 (1967).
The Samford University Physical Science Building(Design Concept), JAAS* 38, 250 (1967).
Decay of Zr89 and Zr89m (with R.C. Hagenauer and E. Eichler) JAAS 39, 20 (1968).
Light Pulse Spectrum of a Proportional Counter, JAAS 40, 181 (1969).
Correlation of Light Pulse and Electrical Pulse Amplitudes in a Proportional Counter (with I.A. Brezovich) JAAS 41, 155 (1970).
An Undergraduate Laboratory Experiment on the Interaction of Gamma Rays with Matter (with J.T. Tarvin and A. J. Mims) JAAS 41, 164 (1970).
Comparison and Evaluation of Three Fluorescent X-Ray Systems (with M.W. McDonald) Southern Medical Journal 65, 1421 (1972).
UNISOR, University Isotope Separator at Oak Ridge JAAS 13, 196 (1972).
X-Ray Fluorescent Detector for Element Analysis & Organ Scanning JAAS 43, 196 (1972).
X-Ray Production Cross-Sections for Ten Elements in the Range from Calcium (Z=20) to Palladium (Z=46) for Incident Carbon Ions from 11-32 MeV (with R.P. Chaturvedi, T.J. Grey, G. Pepper, J. Tricomi, J. Lin, R.F. Carlton and P.D. Miller) BAPS, Ser. 11, 19, 569 (1974).
Production of L X-Rays by Carbon Ions on the Rare Earths (with G. Pepper, T.J. Grey, J.L. Duggan, P.D. Miller, R.P. Chaturvedi, J. Lin and R.F. Carlton) BAPS, Ser. 11, 19, 569 (1974).
Discovery and Study of the Decay of 193Pb (with C.R. Bingham, L.L. Riedinger, F.E. Turner, E.H. Spejewski, H.K. Carter, R.L. Mlekodaj, E.F. Zganjar, G. Gowdy and W. Lourens) BAPS, Ser. 11, 19 1125 (1974)
* See Appendix
Search for Alpha-Decay of Thallium 185,186Isotopes (with M.A. Ijaz, K.S. Toth
and C.R. Bingham) BAPS, Ser. 11, 20, 1154 (1975).
Decay of 194Pb (with B.O. Hannah, B.H. Ketelle, George Schuster and J.L. Weil) Bull. SESAPS 42, 18 (1975); BAPS, Ser. 11, 21, 189 (1976).
192Pb-192T1-192Hg (with F.E. Turner, L.L. Riedinger, C.R. Bingham, E.H. Spejewski, R.L. Mlekodaji, H.K. Carter, B.D. Kern, J.L. Weil and J.H. Hamilton) Bull. SESAPS 42, 18 (1975): BAPS, Ser. 11, 21, 189 (1976).
Alpha-Decay Studies of Thallium and Mercury Isotopes with A=186 (with M.A. Ijaz, K.S. Toth and J. Lin) BAPS, Ser. 11, 21, 96 (1976).
Ion Source Positioning Controls for the Samford Cyclotron (with B.O. Hannah and P.W. Morton, Jr.). Paper presented at the SESAPS* Meeting, University of Florida, November 1969.
The Samford-UAB Joint Nuclear Laboratory: Current Experiments, Paper presented at the Alabama Academy of Science Meeting, Auburn University, April 1970.
Proton and Alpha Particle Induced X-Ray Emission as a Proposed Surfaced Trace Analysis Tool (with Jerome D. McCoy, Jerome L. Duggan and Sam J. Cipolla). Paper presented by J.D. McCoy at the International Symposium on the Use of Nuclear Techniques in the Basic Metals Industries, Helenski, Finland, July 31-August 4, 1972.
A Fluorescent X-Ray System for Thyroid Scanning (with M.W. McDonald and W.W. Walker). Paper presented at the SESAPS Meeting, Universityof Alabama at Birmingham, November 1972.
Neutron Flux from X-Ray Fluorescent Thyroid Scanners (with B.O. Hannah, W.B. Bass and E.L. Wills). Paper presented at SESAPS Meeting, November 1972.
Two-Photon Deexitation of K-Shell Vacancies in Copper (with E.L. Wills and B.O. Hannah). Paper presented at the Alabama Academy of Science Meeting, Universityof Alabama at Birmingham, April 1973.
New Isotope 184TT1 and the Excited Deformed Band in 184Hg (with J.D. Cole, et al.). Paper presented by J.D. Cole at the Third International Conference on Nuclei Far from Stability, Cargese, Corsica, France, May 19-26, 1976.
Stoichiometry of Bromination of Glutamate Dehydrogenase by N-Bromo-succinimide Using Neutron Activation Techniques (with Rodolfo C. Quijano and K.L. Yielding). Paper presented at the Alabama Academy of Science Meeting, University of South Alabama, April 1976.
Observation of Alpha-Decay in 184,185,186,187T1 (with M.A. Ijaz, K.S. Toth, J. Lin, C.R. Bingham and H.K. Carter) BAPS, Ser. 11, 21, 975 (1975)
Levels in Odd-Odd 196T1 (with J.A. Vrba, L.L. Riedinger, C.R. Bingham and B.O. Hannah) O.R.N.L. Physics Division Annual Progress Report, 77-78 (1977).
Further Study of 186T1 Alpha Decay (with M.A. Ijaz, C.R. Bingham, H.K. Carter and K.S. Toth) O.R.N.L. Physics Division Annual Progress Report, 79 (1977).
Behavior of the Excited Deformed Band and Search for Shape Isomerism in 184Hg (with J.D. Cole, et al.) O.R.N.L. Physics Division Annual Progress Report, 81-83 (1977).
Alpha-Decay Properties of the New Isotopes 184T1 and 185T1 and Search for the Alpha Emitters 182T1 and 183T1 (with K.S. Toth, M.A. Ijaz, C.R. Bingham, J. Lin and H.K. Carter) O.R.N.L. Physics Division Annual Progress Report, 83-85 (1977).
UNISOR Development (with R.L. Mlekodaj, et al.) O.R.N.L. Physics Division Annual Progress Report, 88-89 (1977).
Graduate Students Supervised:
I.A. Brezovich M.S., 1971
W.W. Lee M.S., 1973
W.J. Atkinson M.S., 1978
B.O. Hannah Ph.D., 1973, (not completed)
Michael A. Robinson M.S., 1992
In addition to the duties mentioned in "Professional Experience", the following activities were carried out:
Design of the Samford University Cyclotron Laboratory, coordinate architectural design and
building contract. Coordinate design concepts for Physical Science Building (Physics, Chemistry
and Mathematics) with architects.
Director, Central Alabama Regional Science Fair, 1962-65.
Committee Memberships at Samford:
University Self-Evaluation Committee, Student Affairs Committee, Pre-Medical Advisory Committee, Student Activities Committee and Curriculum Committee (Chairman, 1965-67). Also was Faculty Advisor for the Student Section of the American Physical Society, Sigma Pi Sigma Chapter and Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Member of the Board of Advisors of Lambda Chi Alpha House Corp.
At U.A.B. served as principal investigator for the following grants to the Physics Department:
D.N.E.T. of A.E.C.* $35,415 + $45,000 matching
(For purchase of Van de Graff from U.A.B.
accelerator and nuclear electronic
D.N.E.T. of A.E.C. $4,000.00 + matching funds
(For purchase of nuclear Physics
Department electronic equipment, 1970)
* See Appendix
"This Atomic World" Operation, (Lecture-Demonstration program on concepts of nuclear
sciences presented to approximately 65,000 high school students throughout Alabama each
year) 1969-80 funding by Alabama Power Company ranging from $15,300 up to $53,500 per year.
"Energy Today and Tomorrow" (same format as "This Atomic World") 1980-85 funding by
Alabama Power Company ranging from $75,000 to $80,000 per year.
"Energy on the Move" (same format as "This Atomic World") 1985-86 funding by Alabama Power
Company ranging from $85,000 to $90,000 per year.
Physics portion of Title IV Proposal (with E.L. Wills) 1974-75, $21,455.
"U" Contract - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (O.R.A.U.), (Travel expenses for E.L.R.,
Birmingham-Oak Ridge for all UNISOR business and research) yearly 1969-86, "S" Contract
(same as "U" contract) 1986-1992.
Assisted in obtaining "U" contracts for U.A.B. graduate students Atkinson (1975-76, 1976-77 and 1977-78) and Hannah (1973-80) and in obtaining partial salary support for Hannah's stay at UNISOR, January 1975 to July 1975.
UNISOR grant of one-half of annual salary for 1974-75, $13,200 sabbatical year research
participation at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
U.A.B. Graduate Faculty Research Grants:
Grant No. 80-9416, Search for Two-Photon Emission X-Rays.
Grant No. 80-9760, Search for Two-Photon Emission X-Rays, continued, 1975-76, $1,760.
Grant No. 80-9759, Doppler-Shift Recoil-Distance Studies of Rotational Bands in Deformed
Nuclei, 1975-76, $1,740 (Travel funds UAB-Berkeley).
Grant No. 80-9828, Doppler-Shift Recoil-Distance Studies of Rotational Bands in Deformed
Nuclei, continued, also Coulomb-Nuclear Interference, 1976-77, $1,845 (Travel funds, UAB-
Grant No. 80-9744, Coulomb-Nuclear Interference Experiments and Doppler-Shift Studies of
Rotational Bands in Deformed Nuclei, 1978, $1,980. (Gamma calibration sources and travel
Committee Memberships at U.A.B.:
U.A.B. Radioisotope Committee, V.A. Hospital Radioisotope Committee, Medical Center
Biohazards Committee, Electronic Radiation Committee (now Radiation Safety sub-committee)
University College Senate, Academic Affairs Committee, U.A.B. President Joseph Volker's Ad
Hoc Committee for change-over from Collegeof General Studies to University College, Search
Committee for Dean of School of Engineering, Pre-Med Advisory Committee, two American
Association of University Professors Committees for Arbitration of Administration-Faculty
Disputes, Physics Department Ph.D. Qualifier Examination Committee, Advisory Committees for
eight physics graduate students, two forensic science students and one mathematic student,
Chairman of Physics Department Chairman Search Committee, NSM Faculty Affairs
Committee, NSM Prime Computer Committee, NSM Shop Committee and Advisory Committee
to Forensic Science Graduate Program.
Served as U.A.B. representative to UNISOR and member of its Executive Committee from its
inception in 1970 until U.A.B. terminated its participation in 1986. Served as vice-president of
the UNISOR Executive Committee, 1974-75, member of UNISOR Scheduling Committee, 1974-
76 and Personnel and Salary Committee, 1974-1980.
Served on Organizational Committees for 3rd through the 13th (1992) International Conference
on use of Small Accelerators in Research and Industry.
Served as a member of Joint Oak Ridge National Laboratory - University of Tennessee School
of Architecture Committee to study the nature and function of an International Heavy-Ion Institute
(subsequently established at the Hollifield Heavy-Ion Facility of O.R.N.L.) 1975-76.
UNISOR (University Isotope Separator at Oak Ridge) is a consortium of 14 institutions which
operates an isotope separator in the "on line" mode to the Oak Ridge Isochronous Cyclotron.
The ion source of the isotope separator (mass spectrometer) is the target of the cyclotron beam.
In this way short-lived radioisotopes are produced and separated continuously for study.
UNISOR is at present the only on-line separator in the world with heavy-ion beam, principally
14N, 16O and 40Ar with energies up to 180 MeV.
The consortium members are: Furman University, Georgia Institute of Technology, University of
Kentucky, Louisiana State University, University of South Carolina, University of Tennessee,
Tennessee Technological University, Vanderbilt University, VirginiaPolytechnical Institute and
State University, Oak Ridge Associated Universities and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Former members: Universityof Alabama at Birmingham, Emory Universityand University of Massachusetts.
The operation is supported by these institutions and by the U.S. Department of Energy. Its
operation and capital budgets total approximately $500,000 per year not including cyclotron
beam time. UNISOR research at present constitutes from a significant part to essentially all of
the research activities of a total of approximately 45 faculty members and graduate students
from UNISOR members institutions.
D.N.E.T. of A.E.C.: Division of Nuclear Education and Training, U.S. Atomic Energy
O.R.N.L.: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Journal Title Abbreviations:
BAPS: Bulletin of the American Physical Society
Bull. SESAPS: Bulletin of the Southeastern Section of the American Physical Society
JAAS: Journal of the Alabama Academyof Science
IZV.AKAD.NUAK SSSR, Ser. Fiz.: Izvestiya Akademii Nuak SSSR, Seriya Fizicheskay
(Academy of Scienceof USSR, Physics Section)
RECENT ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCTION SEMINARS ATTENDED
Attended Accident Reconstruction portion, plus other portions in various years, of the International
Congress of the Society of Automotive Engineers (last week of February/first week of March)
Detroit, MI., each year 1987-present.
"Overview of Automotive Vehicle Dynamics Before and After a Collision" (12 hr. Seminar March 24-25,
1992, Dearborn, Michigan. A Society of Automotive Engineers Continuing Professional
Development Program. Seminar by Dr. L. Daniel Metz, Professor of General Engineering,
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.
"Commercial Vehicle Accident Investigation and Reconstruction" (40 hr. Seminar) June 8-12, 1992,
Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas. Presented by Kenneth Rodgers and Ronald
Heusser, National Transportation Safety Board.
"Special Problems in Traffic Accident Reconstruction" (40 hr. Seminar) April 19-23, 1993. Institute of
Police Technology and Management, University of North Florida.
"Heavy Vehicle Rollovers: A Safety Issue" (12 hr. Seminar) April 29-30, 1993, Atlanta, Georgia. Society
of Automotive Engineers Continuing Professional Development Program.
"Heavy Vehicle Braking and Rollover" (20 hr. Seminar and Crash Tests) September 15-17, 1994,
College Station, Texas. Joint Meeting of Texas Association of Accident Reconstruction
Specialists, Society of Accident Reconstructionists and WashingtonAssociation of Technical
"Special Problems in Traffic Accident Reconstruction" (40 hr. Seminar) April 24-28, 1995. Institute of
Police Technology and Management, University of North Florida.
"Reverse Projection Photography Vehicle Lamp Examination & Detecting Misuse of Crash3 Data" (16 hr.
Seminar) June 22-24, 1995, Del Lago, Montgomery, Texas. TexasAssociation of Accident
"Accident Reconstruction Data Resources" (20 hr. Seminar) August 24-26, 1995, Charlottesville, Virginia.
Joint Meeting of Texas Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists, Society of Accident
Reconstructionists and WashingtonAssociation of Technical Accident Investigators.
"Topics in Biomechanics and Accident Reconstruction" (20 hr. Seminar) March 20-22, 1997, College
Station, Texas. Joint meeting of Texas Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists,
Society of Accident Reconstructionists and WashingtonAssociation of Technical Accident
"TEEX CRASH 97, Reconstruction and Safety on the Highway" (40 hr. Seminar, various crash tests and
crush test analysis) March 24-28, 1997, Texas Engineering Extension Service, Law enforcement & Security Training Division, Texas A & M University.
“Special Problems in Traffic Accident Reconstruction” (40 hr. Seminar) April 20-24, 1998. Institute of
Police Technology and Management, University of North Florida.
“Topics in Vehicle Fire Investigation, Visibility Issues and Motorcycle Collisions” (20 hr. Seminar) August
27-30, 1998, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Joint Meeting of Texas Association of Accident
Reconstruction Specialists, Society of Accident Reconstructionists and Washington Association of Technical Accident Investigators.
“TEEX CRASH 98, Reconstruction and Safety on the Highway” (40 hr. Seminar, various crash tests and
crush test analysis) October 26-30, 1998, Texas Engineering Extension Service, Law
Enforcement & Security Training Division, Texas A & M University.
“TAARS Winter Mini-Seminar” (8 hr. Seminar, topics in GM 2nd Generation Airbag and Seatbelt
Technology, Hydraulic Brake Components and Inspection, Demonstrative Evidence and Internet
Information Resources) January 22-23, 1999, Houston, Texas, TexasAssociation of Accident
“Electronic Acceleration Instrumentation, Trailer Braking Systems, and Light Truck / Trailer Brake
Testing” June 3-5, 1999, San Antonio, Texas. TexasAssociation of Accident Reconstruction
“TAARS Fall Mini-Seminar” (8 hr. Seminar, topics in Air Brake System Components) September 17-18,
1999, Mesquite, Texas. TexasAssociation of Accident Reconstruction Specialists.
“Commercial Vehicle Collision Reconstruction” (22 hr. seminar) October 6-8, 1999, Allentown,
Pennsylvania. Joint meeting of The National Association of Traffic Accident Reconstructionists
and Investigators, The MarylandAssociation of Traffic Accident Investigators, The National
Association of Professional Reconstruction Specialists, The New Jersey Association of Accident
Reconstructionists and The New YorkStatewide Traffic Accident Investigation Society.
“TAARS Winter Mini-Seminar” (8 hr. Seminar, topics in Challenging of Experts in the New Millennium,
Understanding and Surviving the Daubert-Robinson Challenge, Documentation, Preservation
and Presentation of Physical Evidence, Scientific Testing for Litigation Support, & Rules of
Discovery) March 17-18, 2000, Houston, Texas. TexasAssociation of Accident Reconstruction
“Special Problems in Traffic Crash Reconstruction” (27 hr. Seminar) May 1-5, 2000. Institute of Police
Technology and Management, University of North Florida.
“Masters in Trial Seminar ” September 8, 2000. Participant in a mock trial, testified as plaintiff’s expert.
“TAARS - WREX 2000” (World Reconstruction Exposition) (36 hr. Course, instruction in collision
investigation and reconstruction) September 24- 29, 2000, College Station, Texas. Texas
Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists.
“TAARS Winter Mini-Seminar” (8 hr. Seminar, topics in Metallurgical Evaluation for Accident
Reconstructionists, Updates on WREX 2000 Skid Test Results, Updates on WREX 2000 Crash
Test Results & CRUSH Measurement Protocol Review) February 9 - 10, 2001, Corpus Christi,
Texas. TexasAssociation of Accident Reconstruction Specialists.
“Acceleration and VC2000PC Training” (15 hr. advanced training class on VC2000PC model with
computer interface for traffic accident investigation) July 16, 17, 2001, MS Law Enforcement Training Academy, Pearl, Mississippi. Vericom Computers, Inc.
“TAARS Seminar” (15 hr. seminar on Time and Distance Field Studies, Analysis for Alcohol and Drug
Education Studies, North American Standard Truck Inspection Procedure, Scene Mapping
Technologies) November 16 – 18, 2001, Lakeway Inn, Austin, Texas. TexasAssociation of
Accident Reconstruction Specialists.
“TAARS Seminar” (16 hr. seminar on Data-Sketch Symbols Library, Vetronics & EDR Technologies,
Driving Simulator Demonstration, Railroad Grade Accident Investigation) June 28 – 29, 2002,
Irving, Texas. TexasAssociation of Accident Reconstruction Specialists.
“SARS Seminar” August 12-16, 2002, Orange Beach, Alabama. Southeastern Accident Reconstruction
“TAARS Seminar” (Child Safety Restraints, Texas StateLaws and the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety
Standards on Child Safety Restraints) September 20-21, 2002, Sheraton North Houston Hotel,
Houston, Texas. TexasAssociation of Accident Reconstruction Specialists.
“TAARS Mid Winter Seminar” (Texas AG office – open records requests, PI Ethics Course, Sudden
Acceleration, Computer Animation) February 28 & March 1, 2003, Radisson Hotel San Antonio
Market Square, San Antonio, Texas. TexasAssociation of Accident Reconstruction Specialists.
“Special Problems in Traffic Crash Reconstruction” (28 hr. Seminar) April 28-May 02, 2003. Institute of
Police Technology and Management, University of North Florida.
“Introduction to SMAC and CRASH3” (25 hr. seminar) September 18-23, 2003, New Orleans, Louisiana.
“Acceleration and Vericom Familiarization” (13 hr. training course) September 26 & 27, 2003, Irving,
Texas. Vericom Computers, Inc.
“Detroit Diesel Electronic Control / Data Extraction” (16 hr. training course) April 22 & 23, 2004, Detroit,
Michigan. Detroit Diesel Corporation.
“EDR Symposium” (16 hr. training course) June 10, 11, 2004, Washington D.C. Joint conference of the
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).
“Underride Investigation & Speed Analysis” (6 hr. training course) July 10, 2004, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Midwest Institute for Transportation Safety.
“SCARS, SeARS, IAARS Combined Conference” July 25-30, Biloxi, Mississippi. Southeast Collision
“TAARS Summer Mini-Conference” June 10-11, 2005, Irving, Texas. TexasAssociation of Accident
Crush5, Angular Momentum, Photogrammetry, Commercial Vehicles (40 hr. class) January 16-20,
2006, Orlando, Florida. REC-TEC.
“Introduction & Advanced CrystalBall” (16 hr. training course) February 21, 22, 2006, Atlanta, Georgia.
“Special Problems in Traffic Accident Reconstruction” (28 hr. Seminar) April 24-28, 2006, Jacksonville,
Florida. Instituteof Police Technology and Management, University of North Florida.
“Commercial Motor Vehicle Brakes” (16 hr. training course) September 14, 15, 2006, Alvin Texas. United
Transportation Training, Inc.
“F3T2 – Factors, Formulae, Forensic Technology Training Combined Conference” (28 hr. Seminar)
September 18-21, 2006, Houston, Texas. TexasAssociation of Accident Reconstruction
“Advanced Physics, Analysis & Animation – Using REC-TEC and Forensic3D Software” (40 hours)
December 4-8, 2006, Jekyll Island, Georgia. REC-TEC, LLC.
“Special Problems in Traffic Accident Reconstruction” (28 hr. Seminar) April 23-27, 2007, Jacksonville,
Florida. Instituteof Police Technology and Management, University of North Florida.
“Mythbusting” Momentum and Yaw” – 2007 CATAIR Conference and AGM, August 20-24, 2007, Ontario
Police College, Aylmer, Ontario, Canada, CATAIR.
“Motor Vehicle Accident Reconstruction: Theory & Practice – Conference & Cruise, July 6-13, 2008,
Vancouver, BC, Canada& Alaska. CATAIR & IAARS.
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