Before establishing Technology Associates, Dr. Ojalvo worked for 35 years as a professor and aerospace engineer for Columbia University, the University of Bridgeport, Grumman Aerospace and Perkin-Elmer Corporations, contributing numerous design ideas and studies for the Lunar Module, Space Shuttle, Princeton Fusion Test Reactor and the Hubble Space Telescope.
Our technical staff is comprised of engineers with advanced degrees in Mechanical, Electrical, and Civil Engineering and experience in both industrial and university settings. We have conducted nearly two thousand accident investigations, consultations and claims adjustments for both plaintiffs and defendants and we are skilled at communicating the essential technical aspects of various cases to laypeople. Our thoroughness, experience, high standards, honesty and attention to detail are geared to deliver an excellent product.
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.
Dr. Baker began work with Technology Associates after graduating with a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from MIT in 2007. His thesis dealt with computer simulation of gaseous phenomena at microscopic length scales. He also received both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering from MIT, and conducted postdoctoral research at the same institution.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering at FAU and PhD from the Technion, Dr. Masory is the author of over 70 engineering journal and conference articles.
Dr. Hmurcik is Professor and Chair of Electrical Engineering at the University of Bridgeport. He earned his Ph.D. in semiconductor devices from Clarkson University, and he worked for 3 years at Diamond Shamrock Corp. in their research division on semiconductors, medical sensors, and the application of rare earth elements to electronics.
Dr. Coppolino worked for 43 years as an engineer and educator before joining Technology Associates. He has been associated with Grumman Aerospace, The Aerospace Corporation, Mac Neal Schwendler, Measurement Analysis Corporation, and The University of Southern California.