Friday's Fabulous Flyer!
Captain Shem Malmquist
Captain Shem Malmquist is currently a B-777 Captain operating international routes. His broad experience ranges from teaching aerobatics and instructing in a wide variety of both general aviation and transport aircraft to academic research and safety investigation. His most recent work has involved approaches to risk analysis and accident prevention utilizing MIT’s System Theoretic Accident Models and Processes (STAMP).
I met Captain Malmquist on LinkedIn, and he was extremely helpful in my data collection by sharing the link to my research: PetittAviationResearch. When I learned about his educational and safety background, his support made so much sense, and all the more appreciated.
Captain Malmquist’s education includes a Masters (MS) degree in Human Factors in Aeronautics through the Florida Institute of Technology, a Bachelors of Science (BS) from Embry-Riddle University, and a Associate of Science (AS) through Mt. San Antonio College. He is an elected Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, a full member of ISASI, and a member of the Resilience Engineering Association, AIAA, the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, IEEE, the Flight Safety Foundation and SAE where he also serves as a voting member of the Flight Deck and Handling Quality Standards for Transport Aircraft committee and is a member of the Aerospace Behavior Engineering Technology and the Lithium Battery Packaging Performance Committees.
For your reading enjoyment, I would highly recommend to check out this link:
He's also co-authored a book!
If we don't stand for something,
We will fall for anything!
Enjoy the Journey!