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From 1999 - 2002, Joakim was a Technology and Business Consultant for Nokia Networks, where he helped assess emerging technologies and introduced new R&D management practices to Nokia’s global R&D effort. From 1992 to 1999, Joakim consulted for several companies and research institutions in diverse roles that melded scientific/technical R&D, business development, and international business practices.
From 1990 to 1992, Joakim was Chief Project Scientist for the $30 million Ultra-High Resolution Spectroheliogragh (UHRXS) Space Station Project and the first generation MSSTA sounding rocket observatory, both NASA projects based at Stanford University.
Joakim received his Ph.D. in Astrophysics from the Applied Physics Department at Stanford University in June 1990, and his B.S. in Physics with honors from the California Institute of Technology.
E-mail: Joakim Lindblom