Gregory Campbell
Gregory M. Campbell
Associate
Vehicle Engineering
Philadelphia

Mr. Campbell specializes in motor vehicle accident reconstruction. He is proficient in performing conventional reconstruction analyses involving passenger and commercial vehicles through techniques such as Conservation of Energy and Momentum as well as damage energy assessments. Mr. Campbell has extensive background in the analysis of dynamic and mechatronic systems.

Prior to joining Exponent, Mr. Campbell completed a Master’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University. While at Stanford, he conducted research on a breadth of topics including mobile biomimetic robots, wearable haptic technology for use in virtual reality, and the effect of targeted exercises on femoral bone density.

Mr. Campbell’s undergraduate work at Villanova University included the design, production, and testing of a novel low-cost explosive ordnance disposal robot. He also conducted nanoparticle research and began characterization of SiO2 nanoparticle material properties by means of nanoindentation.

CREDENTIALS & PROFESSIONAL HONORS

  • M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, 2016
  • B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Villanova University, 2014
  • Graduate Engineering Fellowship Award, Stanford University

    Robert D. Lynch Award, Villanova University

    Mechanical Engineering Outstanding Student Award, Villanova University

LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS

Bosch Crash Data Retrieval Specialist

Professional Affiliations

Society of Automotive Engineers—SAE

American Society of Mechanical Engineers—ASME

Additional Information

Additional Education Training

"Accessing and Interpreting Heavy Vehicle Event Data Recorders," SAE Training Course, 2018

“Crash Data Retrieval Data Analyst Course,” Northwestern University Center for Public Safety (approved by Bosch, manufacturer of the CDR tool), March 2017

“Crash Data Retrieval Technician Course,” Northwestern University Center for Public Safety (approved by Bosch, manufacturer of the CDR tool), March 2017

"Traffic Crash Investigation 1 – Online Course,” Northwestern University Center for Public Safety, 2016

“Traffic Crash Investigation 2 – Online Course,” Northwestern University Center for Public Safety, 2017

CREDENTIALS & PROFESSIONAL HONORS

  • M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, 2016
  • B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Villanova University, 2014
  • Graduate Engineering Fellowship Award, Stanford University

    Robert D. Lynch Award, Villanova University

    Mechanical Engineering Outstanding Student Award, Villanova University

LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS

Bosch Crash Data Retrieval Specialist