DMI Appoints Schack Head of Ship Hydrodynamics

Tuesday, September 11, 2001
Danish Maritime Institute (DMI) has appointed Ph. D. Naval Architect Christian Schack as Head of Department in Ship Hydrodynamics. Christian Schack will be responsible for both internal and external activities, but he will especially focus on sales and client contact with DMI's clients worldwide. Christian Schack previously held the position as Sales & Marketing Manager at the consulting naval architect firm Knud E. Hansen A/S in Copenhagen. DMI is a leading global supplier of specialized consultancy services and software products focusing upon maritime safety and efficiency and fluid dynamics. DMI has solved complex problems for clients in more than 40 countries, and is constantly engaged in advanced development projects to maintain the capability to serve DMI's customers at the forefront of technology.
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