3DEXPERIENCE FORUM

June 05, 2014 - Beijing China

Zhang Xin guo, Ph.D & DBA.

- Executive Vice President and CIO of Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC)

- President of Chinese Aeronautical Establishment (CAE)

 

Education background:

- Obtained bachelor degree in theoretical mechanics from Northwestern Polytechnical University.(1978-1982)

- As a visiting scholar of dynamics system and control engineering in Salford University, UK. (1990-1991)

- Obtained doctor degree in flight control, guidance and navigation from BeiHang University. (1992-1995)

- Obtained doctor degree in business management from Xi’an Jiaotong University. (2000-2006)

 

Work experience:

AVIC Xi’an Flight Automatic Control Research Institute (FACRI)

- Team leader of fly-by-wire system technology.(1982-1991)

- Deputy and Director of flight control division.(1991-1996)

- Vice President of Institute.(1996-2001)

- President and Chief Engineer of Institute.(2001-2006)

China Aviation Industry Corporation 1 (AVIC-1)

- Vice President of AVIC-1, and president of CAE ( Chinese Aeronautics Establishment). (2006-2008)

Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC)

- Executive Vice President of AVIC, CIO, and president of CAE ( Chinese Aeronautics Establishment), in charge of aeronautical science and technology development.(2008-now)

 

Societies:

- Vice president of Beijing Chapter of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE)

- Vice Chairman of the Board of Chinese Society of Aeronautics & Astronautics (CSAA)

- Fellow of the Expert Committee in Aerospace, the National High Technology Research and Development Program of China (863 Program)

- Senior Member of IEEE/AIAA

 

Publications:

Published more than 30 papers in both domestic and international journals and conferences in the past years.

Published:

- Fly-by-Wire Control Systems

- Theory and Application of Maturity Model in Defense Materiel System Engineering

- The New Wave of Scientific Management

Translated and published:

- System Engineering Handbook(INCOSE)