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Brad Cain | MASc Mechanical Engineering, PEng, CCPE
Brad received his BASc in 1979 and his MASc in 1982, both in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Toronto, Canada. He became a Professional Engineer in Ontario in 1995 and received accreditation within the Canadian College of Certified Professional Ergonomists in 2014. Brad worked as a Defence Scientist within the Canadian Department of National Defence, Defence Research and Development Canada for 33 years, conducting and leading Human Factors R&D in support of the Canadian Armed Forces. This research career was followed by approximately 4 years of applied Human Factors Engineering consulting at CAE Defence and Security, Canada. He has represented Canada as its National Leader on two international research panels on Human Behaviour Modelling within the NATO Research and Technology Organization, Human Factors and Medicine group.
Brad has experience leading small teams and conducting analysis of military human-system integration problems, modelling and simulation of human performance, analysis of requirements, and training effectiveness research. He also has experience conducting research with personnel in harsh environments from early in his career. Brad has 79 refereed publications, 10 client reports and has managed 94 external contracts. He has 2 patents and a NATO RTO Human Factors and Medicine Scientific Achievement Award.