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traffic planning and civil engineering educator

Gösta Lindhagen, Swedish traffic planning and civil engineering educator. Colonel Swedish Army Corps Civil Engineering, 1982-1998. Member International Navigation Association (chairman Swedish section, 1988-1993), Swedish Association Civil Engineers (vice chairman 1972-1975), Swedish Association Inland Waterways (secretary 1962-1972, chairman 1980-1994), Swedish Association Reserve Officers (chairman 1974-1980), Royal Physiographic Society.

Background

Lindhagen, Gösta was born on March 4, 1928 in Stockholm, Sweden. Son of Sten and Rut (Lidman) Lindhagen.

Education

Master of Civil Engineering, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, 1955. Doctor of Philosophy in Technology, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, 1968.

Career

Engineer Swedish Road Administration, Nyköping, 1955-1958. Assistant, university reader Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 1958-1971. Research leader Swedish Building Research Transport Committee, 1969-1971.

Professor Lund University, Sweden, 1971-1993, also head department traffic planning and engineering Sweden, 1971-1993, dean subfaculty civil engineering Sweden, 1978-1987, prodean faculty technical Sweden, 1980-1987.

Membership

Colonel Swedish Army Corps Civil Engineering, 1982-1998. Member International Navigation Association (chairman Swedish section, 1988-1993), Swedish Association Civil Engineers (vice chairman 1972-1975), Swedish Association Inland Waterways (secretary 1962-1972, chairman 1980-1994), Swedish Association Reserve Officers (chairman 1974-1980), Royal Physiographic Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Forestry.

Connections

Married Eva Torén, September 4, 1954. Children: Hedvig, Claes, Margareta, Anders.

father:
Sten Lindhagen

mother:
Rut (Lidman) Lindhagen

spouse:
Eva Torén

children:
Hedvig Lindhagen

Claes Lindhagen

Margareta Lindhagen

Anders Lindhagen