mug-martonovichMathew graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Metropolitan State College of Denver with a minor in Mathematics in 2008, joining OEC Forensics in 2009. In 2017, Mathew earned a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Colorado Denver. During his undergraduate and graduate studies respectively, he was inducted in Tau Alpha Pi and Tau Beta Pi, engineering honor societies for top performing students in their programs. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in multiple states with an active NCEES record, a Board-Certified Diplomate in Forensics Engineering, is fully accredited in traffic accident reconstruction by the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR), and is a Certified Traffic Control Supervisor along with numerous other certifications.

As the President of Engineering Operations at OEC Forensics, Mathew is responsible for the investigation, analysis, and reconstruction of motor vehicle collision events, occupant safety, highway design features and vehicle/machine component failures. He is adept at downloading and interpreting the digital readout from event data recorders “black boxes” found in both passenger vehicles and heavy vehicle where it is commonly referred to as ECM data. He conducts mechanical inspections and documentation of commercial vehicles including full braking system analysis and component failure (a subject of his master thesis and several published papers). Mat has testified as an expert in both civil and criminal matters in multiple states.

In his spare time he can be found rebuilding and driving classic cars, riding motorcycles, and fixing the numerous things he broken.