Braden Limb is a Ph.D. candidate and research associate in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at Utah State University in Logan, UT. His current research focus is on the development of dynamic vehicle models validated through experimentation and leveraged for life cycle assessment, economic feasibility and resource demand of electrifying roadways integrating wireless power transfer. Work centers on optimization of roadway infrastructure and vehicle architecture associated with in-motion charging of electric vehicles. He is currently a Governor’s Energy Leadership Scholar for the state of Utah and partner on the Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer project for Highways England. Living in Utah, Braden takes advantage of the snow in the winter and the mountain trails in the summer.