Mr. Beau A. Biller, P.E.
Forensic Scientist / Engineering Manager
Beau has been working as a forensic engineer for over 19 years and is an ACTAR accredited accident reconstructionist and licensed Professional Engineer. He is certified in vehicle accident reconstruction, vehicle dynamics, commercial vehicle braking systems, vehicle event data recorder downloading, vehicle simulations and photogrammetric modeling software. He has extensive experience in accident scene and vehicle documentation, drone assisted aerial photography, as well as mechanical failure analysis. Beau is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Physics and is an assistant instructor in the graduate physics program at Johns Hopkins University. Courses in which he's taught include Classical and Analytical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Statistical Mechanics, Astrophysics, and Einstein's theory of General Relativity.

Bachelor of Science: Mechanical Engineering – Florida State University
M.Eng with Honors (Summa Cum Laude) – Johns Hopkins University
Pursuing: Doctorate of Physics – Johns Hopkins University

Accreditations & Licences:
Licensed Professional Engineer
Accredited Traffic Accident Reconstructionist Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR), #1951.
sUAS Aircraft Pilot rating

Professional Affiliations:
ASME – American Society of Mechanical Engineers
NATARI – National Assoc. of Traffic Accident Reconstructionist and Investigators
SAE – Society of Automotive Engineers

  • Osterholt, G.D., Cummings, J.R., Calhoun, D.V., Biller, B.A., Updating Generic Crush Stiffness Coefficients for Accident Reconstruction. SAE, 2010. 2010-01-1581
  • Biller, B.A., Cummings, J.R., Photogrammetry in Accident Reconstruction. Florida Engineering Journal, June Issue 2010
  • Cummings, J.R., Osterholt, G.D., Calhoun, D.V., Biller, B.A., Occupant Friction Coefficients on Various Combinations of Seat and Clothing. SAE, 2009. 2009-01-1672
  • Cummings, J. R., Fletcher, H. J., Biller, B. A., Scanlan, S., Lamb, R., & Russo, M. D. (2016). Estimates of Motorcycle Speed Made By Eyewitnesses Under Ideal Experimental Conditions. Accident Reconstruction Journal, 12–17.