In-Flight Simulation

Borja Martos

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Dr. Borja Martos is currently a Research Engineer and Test Pilot at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) Eagle Flight Research Center located at Daytona Beach, FL. Until October 2014 he was a research Professor and Head of Research Flight Operations in Aviation Systems and Flight Research at the University of Tennessee Space Institute (UTSI). He holds a B.S. and a M.S. in Aerospace Engineering from ERAU, and a Ph.D. from UTSI. He has over ten years of experience as a flight test engineer and over seven years of experience in directing and teaching academic courses and short courses in aircraft performance, flying, and handling qualities. As a flight test/instrumentation engineer for Eagle Works, he was responsible for developing data acquisition system and analysis methods for several flight test programs. This included single engine and multi-engine fixed-wing and rotary wing aircraft. At UTSI he supported performance, flying qualities, and handling qualities research as a flight test engineer and as a research pilot. He is an expert in fly-by-wire in-flight simulator aircraft and active/passive feel systems. Dr. Martos has an FAA airline transport pilot rating with instrument and multi-engine instructor ratings. He has over 2000 hours of pilot time and over 500 hours in research aircraft as a flight test engineer.

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