- Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas, Austin, 2013
- B.S.E., Mechanical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University, 2006
- Professional Engineer Mechanical, California, #37852
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers (active member)
Dr. Kreuzer specializes in stress analysis using both computational and experimental approaches, including finite element modeling and the design and execution of custom mechanical tests. He has applied his expertise to a range of engineering fields, including consumer electronics, consumer products, automotive, aerospace, energy storage, and biomedical applications.
Dr. Kreuzer provides expertise to clients seeking to combine experimental testing with insights gained from computational approaches.
While at the University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Kreuzer's doctoral research involved the development of simulation techniques for determining the mechanical properties of proteins and protein assemblies in healthy and diseased cells. As an undergraduate, Dr. Kreuzer's research focused on performing finite element analysis and computational fluid dynamics simulations to determine the mechanical environment of maturing and remodeling musculoskeletal tissues. As a doctoral student at the University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Kreuzer was a teaching assistant with 6 years of experience in laboratory courses focused on the design and implementation of mechanical tests.