Braden T. Warwick,
Braden Warwick (born December 21, 1992) is a Ph.D. Candidate and Teaching Fellow at Queen's University in Kingston, ON, CAN. Braden's research investigates innovative aircraft structural design solutions that minimize interior cabin noise and vibration levels in response to engine induced vibration. In the fall of 2018, he completed a teaching fellowship with the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science teaching APSC 143 - An Introduction to Computer Programming. Braden is a recipient of several scholarships and awards including the Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) and the Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship in Science and Technology (QEII-GSST).
Braden graduated from Queen's University in 2015 with a B.A.Sc. in Engineering Physics. Upon graduation, Braden began an M.A.Sc. under Dr. Chris K. Mechefske in the Mechanical and Materials Engineering Department at Queen's University. In the fall of 2016, Braden was promoted to a Ph.D. student, and Dr. Il Yong Kim became a co-supervisor. Braden's Ph.D. defense is scheduled for the spring of 2019.
In August 2018 Braden completed an internship with the Acoustics and Vibrations Department at Bombardier Aerospace. Upon returning to Queen's University, Braden began a Teaching Fellowship with the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. Braden has held several teaching assistantships during his graduate studies at Queen's University.
Prior to graduate studies, Braden completed an internship with Valcoustics, Ltd. investigating international off-shore wind turbine noise regulations as apart of a government-sponsored initiative.