Mr. Demma’s area of practice involves the investigation and reconstruction of incidents resulting in traumatic injury. He holds a BS in Bioengineering and a BS in Chemistry from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. While qualifying for these degrees, Mr. Demma developed computational models for human physiology, designed 3D printed engineered tissues, and completed a capstone project prototyping a surgical device for a physician at the Carle Foundation Hospital’s Heart Vascular Institute.
As an Associate Scientist for Explico Engineering Company, Mr. Demma conducts inspections, reviews cutting edge scientific literature, and analyzes incident-related documents. He uses state of the art reconstruction and 3D modeling technics to build accurate accident reconstructions and visualizations. Mr. Demma’s primary role at Explico is the advancement of biomechanical analyses using Finite Element and Multi-Body Situations. These situations can include, but are not limited to, impact biomechanics and vehicle collision occupant kinematics. Mr. Demma has continued to build on his technical and investigative research skills throughout his time at Explico and actively pursues newly relevant methods in studying injury biomechanics.