Director-General of CAAC SAACC
senior engineer, at present he is the Director-General of Shanghai Aircraft Airworthiness Certification Center of CAAC.
From 2004 to 2007, Deputy Director, Shanghai Safety Supervision and Administration Bureau of CAAC
From 2007 to 2015, Head of Airworthiness Maintenance Section, CAAC East China Regional Administration
Since 2015, Director-General of Shanghai Aircraft Airworthiness Certification Center of CAAC
Deputy Chief Designer of C919 Trunk Liner at COMAC SADRI
Researcher fellow, deputy chief designer of C919 trunk liner working at COMAC Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute (COMAC SADRI). He was appointed as deputy chief designer of China Helicopter Design and Research Institute, executive deputy chief designer of National High-tech Engineering Type, chief designer of Key Engineering Type and etc., responsible for organizing and completing the integrated R&D of several types of avionics systems. In 2008, he joined COMAC SADRI, organized the design and integrated R&D of C919 avionics systems, it has achieved many breakthroughs in the field of Avionics Integration for China domestic large civil aircraft. He has won a number of National and National Defense Science and Technology progress awards. He was won the honorary titles of Outstanding Yong and Mid-aged Expert of National Defense Science and Technology Industry, the Ten IT Youth of Jiangxi Province, Shanghai Leading Talents and etc.
President at AVIC CARERI
President of China Aeronautical Radio Electronics Research Institute, Director of National Key Laboratory of Integrated Technology of Avionics System, Director of Key Laboratory of ATM Avionics Technology, CAAC, part-time Professor of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Leading figure of Science & Technology in Shanghai, and Expert entitled to special government allowance of the State Council since 2008, has been long-term engaged in research of avionics technology and published over 20 professional papers. He has been in charge of or involved in a number of national key projects, mainly engaging in research of avionics system architecture technology and civil avionics system with proprietary intellectual property rights, including Cockpit Display System, Core Processing System, Flight Management System, Radio Communication & Navigation & Surveillance, Integrated Information System and etc.
Vice General Manager at AVICAS GENERIC TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD
researcher fellow and master degree of computer science. Since 1999, he has devoted himself in the avionics software development and verification through extensive international technique cooperation. In 2003, he participated in the model-base development and verification of ARJ21 avionics software. In 2008, he participated in the mode-base development and verification of MA600 software. In 2015, he accomplished the AFDX switch level A certification project and passed the FAA DER compliance review.
Since 2008, MU Ming has actively participated in the pre-research of the key technologies for C919 avionics system development. He was also responsible for multiple pre-search program and has won more than 10 Science and Technology Progress Awards and published more than 20 articles. Since 2019, he has been responsible for the research work of AVICAS Generic Technology Center. He has multiple engineering experiences and expertise in airborne system development, verification, validation and certification.
Secretary General at EUROCAE
He joined EUROCAE in July 2014 as Secretary General. Since then he is responsible for the operational management and development of the Association.
As former President of the Air Navigation Commission (ANC) of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) he was responsible for developing Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) in the field of Air Navigation and Safety.
Prior to his posting at ICAO, Mr. SCHLEIFER was in charge of Aircraft and Equipment Certification, Airworthiness and Operational Requirements at the Austrian Civil Aviation Authority.
In this role, Christian SCHLEIFER was a specialized Certification and Flight Test Engineer for Avionics, Electrics and Human-Machine interface. After his return from ICAO, he was involved in the strategic development of the ANS side of Austro Control, contributing to the European and Global Air Navigation modernization programs.
Christian has a background in Electronic Engineering and Economics and is also holding an Avionic Maintenance License (AML) as well as a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) and actively flies single and multi-engine aircraft.
Deputy Director, E&E Division of CAAC SAACC
CAI Yong is the C919 Software and AEH certification team leader and Co-Chair of CAAC’s Software Certification Policy Team. After he got his Master degree of Computer Science in Fudan University, China, Mr. CAI worked as software engineer for Honeywell aerospace and CAAC for 15 years. He set up CAAC’s first software certification team and trained all current CAAC’s Software/AEH DERs. The Standard Operating Procedures of Software Certification he developed allowed the C919 project to reach a uniform level of methodology and standards for nearly 100 software review projects, which servers Type and System Certification jobs better than traditional isolated review activities and improve the certification efficiency. The book he wrote in 2013 systematically introduces software certification standards to Chinese industrial. Other than Software and AEH, CAI Yong is the responsible engineer of CAAC in IMA and Cyber Security Airworthiness Certification. He has received many honors including Honeywell Technical Invention Award and Shanghai May 1 Labour Medal.
Senior Engineer, System Certification Division at Airworthiness Certification Center, CAAC
CPC Member. Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering and Automation from Beijing University of Technology and Master's degree in Telecommunication from The University of New South Wales. He used to be the project manager of China Academy of Civil Aviation Science and Technology, carried out the QACVR airworthiness certification, and completed the CTSO certification work of QACVR. Now he is working in Airworthiness Certification Center, CAAC, specialized in software and hardware certification.
Distinguished Professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University
He has long been engaged in the related technical research of avionics system integration, distributed parallel processing, high reliable fault-tolerant system, network and bus system etc.
Vice dean, College of Airworthiness at Civil Aviation University of China
researcher fellow, graduated from ENSICA, He is currently the vice dean of the college of airworthiness (CAUC), mainly engaged in civil aircraft airworthiness system safety design and evaluation, design, and verification technology of airborne hardware. He is the winner of National Civil Aviation May 1 Labor Medal, served as ARJ21-700 aircraft inspector representative, member of C919 Type Certification Committee, member of SAE S18 Committee, Vice Chairman of CG18 Committee, and has published more than 40 papers, 4 monographs, won 6 provincial and ministerial level science and technology awards.
Deputy Chief Engineer at CETC Avionics Co., Ltd.
researcher fellow, in the research and development of civil aircraft communication and navigation system, general aircraft avionics system and related avionics devices.
His main research directions are design and integration of integrated communication and navigation system, design and integration of general aircraft avionics system, development of BeiDou airborne navigation and monitoring equipment, etc.
Participated in and presided over the development of C919 aircraft radio communication and navigation system, AG600 aircraft radio communication and navigation system, airborne BeiDou position tracking equipment airworthiness and other projects. He has published more than ten papers in domestic core academic journals and international academic conferences.