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About Klaus Elk
Klaus was the sole SW-developer on the Dantec 'Cantata' - an instrument that measures on muscles and nerves. He took a bachelor in Marketing but stayed in R&D instead of moving to the 'dark side'.
Going back into Telecom he worked with SDH at NKT Elektronik and later with creating a TCP Offload Engine at IPBlaze. For 15 years he has worked at Brüel & Kjær Sound & Vibration, as R&D Manager for Instrumentation. However, in December 2020 he moved to Lithium Balance to work as R&D Software Manager - working with Battery Management Systems.
In parallel with some of the above, Klaus Elk taught OOP and TCP/IP Networks at the Danish Technical University for 10 years.
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