Steve holds a BSME from Kettering University (formerly GMI). Steve started his career as a co-op at Visteon while attending Kettering and completed his undergraduate thesis at their facility in Kerpen, Germany developing NVH test stands for A/C components. He then joined Linamar Corporation as NVH Engineer, where he focused on driveline components (PTUs, Axles, Transfer cases) and was responsible for all NVH aspects of the component programs from prototype through production. Steve joined Sound Answers in 2012 as Project Engineer. He has since been involved in various projects from testing in support of vehicle development programs to developing source-path-contribution methods for small utility engines to NAH and Beamforming acoustic mapping. He has experience in large channel count test setup, in multi-channel data acquisition, and in time, frequency and order domain data analysis. Steve has co-authored a paper on correlation of driveline gearbox bench tests to in-vehicle performance.