Carl Stalberg
Education: Master of Science in Engineering 1991, School of Aeronautical Engineering having specialized in Aeronautics. Submitted a thesis on the subject of Flight Mechanics. Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. Military Pilot Training, 1977- 1979, Royal Swedish Air force Approximately 190 hours on SK60 (Saab 105) jet trainer, and 42 hours on single and dual seater versions of Saab 37 (Viggen) aircraft. Commissioned second-lieutenant 1978. Positions: 1988 – 1997, The Aeronautical Research Institute of Sweden (FFA). Research Engineer. Flight dynamics, handling qualities research, fighter aircraft performance studies and flight path simulations, software development and maintenance. 1997 – 2004, SaabTech AB. Work on combat control systems, C2I. Software development testing and verification, hardware testing, quality assurance manager. 2004 – Present, Swedish Armed Forces Aviations Safety Inspectorate, Present position as inspector and engineer, work on issues regarding flight permits for military unmanned aircraft systems, certification work on helicopters, jet trainers and fighter jets. Work on approval of major changes on aircraft tanker, AWACS, and combat control systems. Approval of dangerous goods shipments for the swedish armed forces. Relevant Courses: Airline Transport Pilot Licence Ground School , Collinder Airtraining, Bromma 1987 Conceptual Aircraft Design, Dan Raymer 1992 Introduction to Flight Simulation, MIT, BOSTON, 1995 Software development ADA, 1997 ISO9000:2000 Series TickIT Auditor /Lead Auditor Training Course. 2002 An Introduction to Helicopter Design, LUTAB, John Perry, Ian Simons, 2005 International System Safety Society Conference, Atlanta, Georgia USA, 2012 Others: Language: Born Swedish, English both oral and in writing, German, basic conversation. and a little French. Member of the Swedish Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Member of Royal Swedish Aero Club, (KSAK) JAR FCL Private pilot license