Stig Høgh

Stig Høgh

  • Richard Petersens Plads, 308, 027B

    2800 Kgs. Lyngby

    Denmark

20102014

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Stig Høgh Stig Høgh works with practical application of IT systems. This work takes place in collaboration with a great number of Danish companies, especially in connection with students' exam projects and industrial internships. He is coordinator of the internships for the IT-diploma program at DTU. This provides a wide area of contact with Danish industry and great insight into the qualifications, which the industry expects and demands from the engineer graduates of the future. Stig Høgh manages teaching within software technology at the IT-diploma program, both at the beginning and at the end of the program. Stig Høgh is an associate professor at the section Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) at Department of Informatics and Mathematical Modeling (IMM). He obtained a Bachelor's degree in engineering in 1978 and was employed at Brüel & Kjær's development department from 1978 to 1986. He was appointed associate professor in 1986 and received the Radio Parts Award in 1994. Stig Høgh is responsible for the maintenance of significant parts of DTU's Windows-based computer systems. Here he heads the development of systems for automated maintenance of Windows workstations at DTU. The focus lies on a very high level of security and exploitation of the economies of scale an accomplished standardization yields.

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Language Skills:
English

Education/Academic qualification

B. Sc. EE., Engineering Academy of Denmark

1 Sep 197431 Jan 1978

External positions

ass. professor, Technical University of Denmark

1995 → …

ass. professor, Engineering Academy of Denmark

19861995

Design engineer, Brüel & Kjær Denmark

19781986

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