Cameron Trepeck, Ph.D., P.E., ACTAR

Cameron Trepeck, Ph.D., P.E., ACTAR

Biomechanical Engineer

Cameron is a Biomechanical Engineer with six years of accident reconstruction experience. His extensive background encompasses the analysis of injury mechanisms, causation analysis, injury reconstruction, and the evaluation of product failures from both mechanical and biomechanical perspectives. Cameron has investigated hundreds of accidents, analyzing and reconstructing them while considering both mechanical and biomechanical factors. His areas of focus include occupant injury biomechanics, human kinematics, and performance analysis of automotive restraint systems. To further his understanding of human biomechanics, Cameron employs motion capture technology. Additionally, he imparts his knowledge through lectures on mechanical/biomechanical engineering, injury biomechanics, and vehicle accident reconstruction and dynamics at Florida Atlantic University. Cameron’s academic achievements include a Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, specializing in Biomechanics, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Florida Atlantic University.