Xin Ye, Ph.D.
Dr. Ye received his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at Wake Forest University, after earning his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Virginia. His primary areas of expertise include injury biomechanics, accident reconstruction, and sports injury evaluation.
Dr. Ye’s previous experience in academia includes computational modeling and crash reconstruction using finite element human body models, and analysis of lumbar spine and lower extremity injuries sustained in motor vehicle crashes.
He has also been involved in the development of a finite element football helmet model sponsored by the NFL for head concussion research. Additionally, his master’s research focused on the investigation of knee airbag effectiveness on lower extremity injuries using a combination of sled testing, computational modeling, and field data analysis. He has extensive experience in data query using NASS-CDS and CIREN, which are two of the most commonly used databases for motor vehicle crash analysis. He has published peer-reviewed journal papers and presented at numerous national/international conferences.
EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS:
• Biomedical Engineering, Ph.D.: Wake Forest University (2018)
• Mechanical Engineering, M.S.: University of Virginia (2015)
• Mechanical Engineering, B.S.: Jiangsu University (2011)
• Memberships: Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine; Biomedical Engineering Society; IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
• Honors: John D. States Best Student Paper Award, 61st Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine Conference (2017); Best Paper Award, 3rd Place in Presentation Award, 53rd Rocky Mountain Biomechanics Symposium (2016); Student Presenter Travel Award, Ohio State Injury Biomechanics Symposium (2013, 2014 & 2018); Meritorious Winner, International Mathematical Contest in Modeling (2011)