The EVU is a Europe-wide association of experts who are active in the fields of accident research and accident reconstruction. In this internet application, the EVU would like to bundle the diverse know-how and offer an online knowledge database for its members.
Parts of the information offered on this website are publicly accessible, but the majority is reserved for members of the EVU. In order to gain full access to the site’s contents and functionality, please register yourself with a username and password.
The European Association for Accident Research and Accident Analysis (EVU) was founded in 1991 by the accident analyst Prof. Dr. Heinz Burg to strengthen the position of accident experts in Europe. The EVU consists of an umbrella organization with its headquarters in Graz and individual country groups.
Any country can create a country group, and many countries in and outside Europe have already done so. Cross-border regional expert groups with a focus on a specific topic are in preparation. The EVU currently has around 1,200 members and specialists from 35 countries worldwide.
Organization of the Association
Every year, the EVU organizes a general meeting, which is traditionally held as part of the annual congress. The leading organs of the EVU are the general assembly, the executive board and the presidential council. The scientific advisory board prepares the annual scientific meetings, evaluates the submitted lectures and then selects the presentations. The working language of the EVU is English.
Prof. DI Dr. techn. Hermann Steffan
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Gustav Kasanicky
Dipl.-Ing. Jörg Ahlgrimm
Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Dragos, Dima
Dipl.-Geo. J. Lacroix, DVR
Prof. Dr. Peter Lugner, Uni Wien
Dr. Virginio Rivano
Dipl.-Ing. (TU) Stephan Schal
Dr. Dipl.-Ing. Michael Weyde
Members of honor
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Heinz Burg
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. Egon-Christian von Glasner