Dag holds a Master's in physics from the University of Oslo. He also studied metrology, optics and numerical methods.
Over the course of more than 20 years in the patent industry, he has worked for 5 years as a case handler at Norwegian Industrial Property Office and spent the remaining years as a consultant to research environments and the private sector. During that time he has prepared several hundred patent applications in a variety of technical fields, such as multiphase measurement, optical sensor technology, electronics, silicon technology and software. Dag also has broad experience from consulting on conflicts and rights analysis.
Dag is involved in international work and currently represents Norway on the board of EPI, the European Patent Institute. He also keeps updated on the technical professional environment via the optics group in the Norwegian Physical Society.
Moreover, Dag is an experienced amateur photographer who has held courses and participated at exhibitions. Knowledge of both the practical and technical aspects of photography is often useful in patent issues connected to optical measurements and image processing.
M.Sc. in Physics/Measuring Technology at the University of Oslo/University Graduate Centre in Kjeller (1988)
Supplementary course in Non-Linear Optics and Laser Physics at UNIK.
Partner at Protector IP AS (2004- )
Patent Attorney at Protector IP AS (2001 - )
Patent Attorney at ABC-Patent AS (1994-2001)
Statoil's Patent Department, on leave from the Norwegian Industrial Property Office (1993-1994)
Examiner with the Norwegian Industrial Property Office, working on cases relating to measurement technology/optics (1989-1994)
Membership and commissions
NPF - The Norwegian Association of Patent Attorneys
NIR - The Norwegian Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property
The Norwegian Physical Society (The Optics Group)
FICPI - Fédération Internationale des Conseils en Propriété Industrielle
AIPPI - The International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property
EPI - The European Patent Institute (Norwegian delegate)