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Keyvan Bayram

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After the completion of his flight training in 2005, Keyvan Bayram contributed to the development and quality assurance program of Lufthansa Systems, which was about to establish a navigational chart and charting application division. In 2007, he accepted the assignment as Assistant to Chief Pilot and Manager Flight Operations within the flight operations department of Condor Flugdienst. During this time, he acted as simulator instructor on Boeing B757, which included jet aircraft familiarization as well as the training of abnormal flight situations. Furthermore, he assisted the pilot selection team. In 2011, he acted as project manager for the specification and implementation of an Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) system for the envisaged short haul fleet renewal of Thomas Cook Airlines. In 2013, he joined the long haul fleet of Lufthansa AG and became a First Officer on Airbus A380. Until today, he has accumulated a flight experience of well over 7000 hours on Boeing 757, Boeing 767 and Airbus A380. In parallel to his flying career, he started a part-time employment at TU Braunschweig based on his engineering studies. In the course of the EC-project ACROSS, he has been responsible for the design and development of an Aircraft Centered Supervision System. While participating in the LuFo-IV research project iPORT he specified the Generic Transient Data Format for the evaluation and transmission of operationally relevant flight data. The enhancement of the concept resulted in the development of a standard for rule-based pilot notifications (US8970399 and US8674850). His doctoral thesis addresses the predominant focus in commercial aviation of merging all information sources available and transferring the relevant data content to a holistic flight deck solution. The objective is a more refined and prospective flight crew assistance concept that copes with all necessary message types and data interfaces.