Introducing:

Thomas A. Boster

Boster, Kobayashi & Associates

59 Rickenbacker Circle
P.O. Box 2049
Livermore CA, 94551
US

Short Description:
30 years expertise in accident reconstruction including automobile, motorcycles, seat belts, airbags, human factors, slip and falls, material failure, metallurgy, tires and wheels, roadway and high way design.
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Vehicular Accident Reconstruction and cases involving motorcycles, seat belts, airbags, human factors, product evaluation and testing, slip and falls, cryogenic transport, material failure, metallurgy, tires and wheels, roadway and high way design.

EDUCATION:
Ph.D. (Physics), Ohio University, 1966
M.S. (Physics), Ohio University, 1960
B.S. (Physics-Mathematics), Capital University, 1958

PRESENT POSITION: Since 1980
EW #493 Partner of & Associates, a consulting firm specializing in the technical aspects of accident reconstruction, highway design and injury causation.

INDUSTRIAL AND ACADEMIC POSITIONS:
Lawrence Livermore Laboratory: 1968 - 1980
Senior Physicist
Group Leader
Division Safety Supervisor

Oklahoma City University: 1965 - 1968
Assistant Professor of Physics
Associate Professor of Physics (with tenure)

Ohio University: 1962 - 1965
Instructor

Northrop Corporation: 1960 - 1962
Electrical Engineer

REGISTRATION:
Registered Professional Safety Engineer
State of California (13 July 1977)
Certificate Number SF 1397
Registered Professional Nuclear Engineer
State of California (12 January 1977)
Certificate Number NU 817

HONORS:
Danforth Associate 1968 - 1969
Elected Sigma Xi 1963

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS:
American Society of Safety Engineers
American Society for Testing and Materials
American Physical Society
Society of Automotive Engineers
Human Factors & Ergonomics Society
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America
American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Fellow
The Society of Forensic Engineers and Scientists (Charter Member)
The Navy League
American Society of Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing (ASPRS)

UNIVERSITY LEVEL COURSES TAUGHT:
Physical Science, College Physics, University Physics, Mechanics, Thermodynamics,
Electronics Laboratory, Nuclear Physics Laboratory, Electricity and Magnetism, Atomic
Physics, Solid State Physics, Nuclear Physics, Sound and Optics.

BOOK PUBLICATIONS:
Dielectrics, 1973 (Multiple Authors) The Electrochemical Society
Advances in X-Ray Analysis, 1975 (Multiple Authors) Plenum Press
Expert Witness Update: New Developments in Personal Injury Litigation,
2002 (Multiple Authors) Aspen Law & Business, a division of Aspen Publishers
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