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Alexander Sandstrom graduated with a bachelors in mechanical engineering from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 1999. Started in the Chrysler Technical Center in the NVH lab in early 2000 until the middle of 2001 when he joined LMS. At LMS he was responsible for project management in the Engineering Services Department as well as business development activities and gained extensive experience using LMS Test.Lab and Virtual.Lab. In the fall of 2010 Alexander started at American Axel & Manufacturing as Sr. NVH Project Engineer and was responsible for the NVH performance of the newly productionized Eco-Trac system. He since moved to the NVH CAE team and is involved in the upfront prediction of axle gear mesh excitation and vehicle integration issues.