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educator , Engineer , consultant

Dag Bjorklof, Swedish engineer, educator, consultant. Chief executive advisor Hungarian Ministry Economic Affairs. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Electric Membership Corporation Society (chairman Swedish chapter 1996-1999), Instrument Society Sweden (honorary president), Swedish Society Instrument Evaluation (chairman 1992-1999).

Background

Bjorklof, Dag was born on February 7, 1941 in Ostersund, Sweden. Son of Birger and Kathe (Friberg) Bjorklof.

Education

Master of Science, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, 1966. Doctor of Science, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, 1973.

Career

Assistant professor department measurement technical Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, Stockholm, 1978—1991. Head, School Electrical Engineering Royal Institute of Technology, 1980—1990. Electric Membership Corporation manager SEMKO, Kista, 1991—1997.

Technical director ETL-SEMKO, Institute of Transportation Studies, Sweden, 1997—2002. Professor Lulea Technology University, since 1996. Pre-accession advisor Hungary, 1999—2004.

European Union advisor various countries.

Membership

Chief executive advisor Hungarian Ministry Economic Affairs. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Electric Membership Corporation Society (chairman Swedish chapter 1996-1999), Instrument Society Sweden (honorary president), Swedish Society Instrument Evaluation (chairman 1992-1999).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sailing, tennis, writing.

Connections

Children: Anna, David.

father:
Birger Bjorklof

mother:
Kathe (Friberg) Bjorklof

children:
Anna Bjorklof

David Bjorklof