B.S. in Aerospace Engineering (2021) – Texas A&M University
Brady has worked on two iterations of a variable-geometry morphing radiator and designed a shape memory alloy demonstration for the Physics and Engineering Festival. Brady competed in the CASMART 3rd Student Design Challenge and presented his team’s novel tourniquet concept at SMST 2019 in Konstanz, Germany. He is currently researching the applications of a high-frequency liquid metal-shape memory alloy actuator. Brady has worked in the lab since freshman year as part of his engineering and university honors commitments. He hopes to continue to conduct research throughout his college career as it has given him a better perspective of aerospace applications in the world.
- Summer 2018 – Flight and Maintenance Engineer – Commemorative Air Force B-29/B-24 Squadron – Dallas, TX (AirPower History Tour Traveling Internship)
- Summer 2019 – Systems Engineering – Raytheon Intelligence, Information, and Services – Aurora, CO
- Summer 2020 – Flight Test Engineering – The Boeing Company – St. Louis, MO