Dr. Thomas H. Bradley is an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the Colorado State University. He has earned BS and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California - Davis, and a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology with an emphasis in systems engineering and decision support. His primary research interests include the design of automotive, aerospace and energy systems; integrated controls and design optimization; and the validation of engineering design methods. Prior to his academic career, Bradley was the sole proprietor of an independent consulting company, performing hybrid electric vehicle design and control modeling for the Electric Power Research Institute in support of vehicle development programs at Ford, Daimler Chrysler and BAE Systems. Specific expertise relative to the proposed project includes: the development of tools and methodologies for design, assessment and optimization of energy and power plant systems and hybrid vehicles.
Jamison Bair is a first year graduate student pursuing a Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University. Jamison became involved with the EcoCAR 3 program during Year 2 where he was the CSU Battery Team Lead. His interests include designing and building energy storage systems as well as researching advanced manufacturing techniques dealing specifically with composite materials and additive manufacturing. Jamison recently returned from an internship at Tesla Motors and would like to continue working in the automotive or renewable energy industries after graduation. He is also the Colorado State University SAMPE (Society of Material and Process Engineering) Student Chapter President. Outside of school Jamison owns and operates his own licensed painting and remodeling company. He is an accomplished golfer, passionate sports fan, and enjoys skiing and (when time allows) deep sea fishing.