Portrait of Keith Bradley

Keith Bradley

National & Global Security Program Leader/Senior Technical Advisor
- Energy and Global Security

Keith Bradley has more than 30 years of experience in national security and advanced nuclear energy research and development.

He currently serves as the National & Global Security Program Leader/ Senior Technical Advisor for Energy & Global Security (EGS) at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL). Bradley works with scientists, engineers, and managers within Energy & Global Security (EGS) and across the laboratory to formulate and execute a strategic future in national and global security programs.

Most of Bradley’s career has focused on national nuclear security, with particular emphasis on nuclear capabilities and threats. Previously he worked at Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Laboratories, studying inertial confinement fusion, nuclear weapons physics, technology development for nuclear nonproliferation, and research to advance and protect civilian nuclear fuel
cycles.

Prior to his current responsibilities, Dr. Bradley served as the National Technical Director of the Nuclear Energy Advanced Modeling & Simulation Program for the DOE office of Nuclear Energy.

Awards, Honors, and Memberships

  • Member of the American Nuclear Society.
  • Member of Institute of Nuclear Materials Management.
  • Recipient of two DOE Defense Programs Awards of Excellence.

Publications & Patents

  • Nearly 30 peer reviewed publications in both unclassified and classified journals and proceedings.