Robert "Rob" Daum is a Canadian ice hockey coach. He is the head coach for the Iserlohn Roosters of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga. A 1983 graduate of the University of Alberta, Daum coached at the junior level in Alberta and Saskatchewan and was the head coach of the Nipawin Hawks in the 1980s, before working in different positions for three teams of the Western Hockey League from 1989 to 1995. In 1995, Daum was named head coach of the University of Alberta men's ice hockey team. During his 10-year-tenure, he guided the Bears to three national championships and was named CIS Coach of the Year twice. Under Daum's tutelage, UAlberta captured six Canada West championships, Daum was named Canada West Coach of the Year five times, he compiled an overall record of 345-81-32, a 218-37-25 career Canada West record. Daum was named head coach of the Houston Aeros of the American Hockey League in August 2005, he parted ways with the team after two years. During the 2007–08 NHL season, he was an assistant coach with the Edmonton Oilers of the National Hockey League, before serving as pro scout for the Oilers.
In February 2009, he took over the head coaching job with Oilers' AHL affiliate Springfield Falcons, remaining in that job until the end of the 2009-10 season. Daum accepted the head coaching job at EHC Linz of the Austrian Hockey League in 2011, guiding the team to the EBEL title his first year, he led the Black Wings to EBEL semifinal appearances in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Daum parted ways with the Linz team at the conclusion of the 2016-17 season. On October 12, 2017, he took over the head coaching position with the Iserlohn Roosters of the German elite league DEL, replacing Jari Pasanen, sacked, he guided Team Canada to a bronze medal at the 2003 University Games in Italy. Daum served as an assistant coach with Team Austria, was with the team at the 2012, 2013 and 2014 IIHF World Championships, at the 2014 Winter Olympics. Rob Daum's profile at Eliteprospects.com
Christoph Paul Daum is a German professional football coach and former player who last managed the Romania national team. Daum was a junior for several clubs from the region of Duisburg, he began his senior career with Hamborn 07 and Eintracht Duisburg, before joining 1. FC Köln in 1975 and being part of the reserve team that won the 1980–81 German amateur football championship; as a manager, he won 8 trophies with clubs from Germany and Austria. Daum began his football career in 1971 in the youth league with Hamborn 07, he transferred in 1972 to Eintracht Duisburg and in 1975 to 1. FC Köln, where he played in the amateur league until his retirement. After finishing his career as a player, he earned his coaching licence at the DFB and began working in 1981 as amateur coach with 1. FC Köln. In the 1985/86 season he was promoted in 1986 to the top position. During the 1990 FIFA World Cup, Daum was released from his position by Cologne's president Dietmar Artzinger-Bolten. In November 1990 he transferred to VfB Stuttgart, where he won the German championship in 1992.
In the following season Daum committed a mistake in the first round of the European Cup against Leeds United on 30 September 1992 by illegally putting in a fourth foreign player. A replay was scheduled; the UK newspaper'The Sun' dubbed him'Christoph Dumb' following this incident. The VfB missed out on the Champions League and Daum was released. Beginning in 1994 Daum worked with the Turkish club Beşiktaş J. K. in Istanbul. He won the Turkish Cup in 1994 and 1994–95 Turkish league championship title with Beşiktaş J. K. In the 1995 -- 96 season he was sacked after losses to Vanspor. Daum returned to Germany two years to coach Bayer Leverkusen in 1996, he was successful at Bayer Leverkusen, winning 3 second places in Bundesliga in four years of coaching. Following the UEFA Euro 2000, Daum was tipped to become manager of the German national team; the press reported rumours. Daum threatened the press and gave hair samples to the authorities to convince everybody about his innocence; the samples showed that he was a cocaine user but he told the press that the hairs were not his.
However, one year facing the prospect of jail time, Daum admitted he had used cocaine. Meanwhile, his agreement to become national team manager was annulled by the German Football Association on 21 October 2000, Rudi Völler, the caretaker, was given the formal job; as a result of the so-called Daum-Affair he was fired from Bayer Leverkusen and was unable to find a club to work within Germany. While he was still on trial in Germany, he returned to his former team Beşiktaş from March 2001 to May 2002. Afterwards, he moved to Austria Wien on 4 October 2002, where he won another league championship title. Beginning in July 2003, he was head coach at Fenerbahçe. Daum won two consecutive Turkish league championships in 2004 and 2005. While his failure to succeed in the Champions League was criticised in the Turkish media, the improvements in Fenerbahçe under his management were significant. At the end of the 2005–06 season Fenerbahçe lost the national championship to their arch-rival Galatasaray on the final week of the league, after which Daum resigned.
Daum signed for 1. FC Köln on 19 November 2006; the contract ran until 2010. Köln returned to Bundesliga after finishing 3rd in Second Bundesliga in 2007–08 season. Daum left the club on 2 June 2009. Daum signed a three-year contract with Fenerbahçe on 2 June 2009. In his one season in charge Daum lost the league title to Bursaspor and the cup final to Trabzonspor. On 25 June 2010, Fenerbahçe parted ways with him. On 22 March 2011, it was confirmed that Daum had signed a contract with Eintracht Frankfurt as coach after the club has sacked Michael Skibbe following a decline in the Bundesliga in the second half season, he left the club on 16 May. Daum took charge of just seven games and failed to manage a victory, his record of three draws and four defeats insufficient to beat the drop. On 9 November 2011, after pausing for six months, Daum took over as head coach of the Belgian Club Brugge. Starting from a good defensive organisation, Brugge won four domestic matches 1–0 under Daum, a 3–4 fight back victory over NK Maribor in the Europa League group stage, after Club Brugge were still down 3–0 17 minutes before time.
He led Brugge to the 2nd place in the 2011–12 season. Following the end of the season, he asked Brugge to leave his position as head coach due to his family reasons and the club accepted his decision. On 14 August 2013, Daum took over as head coach of Bursaspor, he was sacked on 24 March 2014. On 7 July 2016, after two years of pause from coaching, Daum started his first experience at a national team after agreeing terms with Romania, he became the second foreign manager in the history to coach the Romanian team. It was reported that he signed a two-year contract which would automatically extend until 2020 if he manages to qualify the team to the 2018 FIFA World Cup, he was sacked in September 2017, after yet another disappointing World Cup qualifying campaign where Romania failed to qualify. He received €135,000 in compensation for his termination. 1. FC Köln IIGerman amateur football championship: 1980–81 VfB StuttgartBundesliga: 1991–92 DFL-Supercup: 1992BeşiktaşSüper Lig: 1994–95 Turkish Cup: 1993–94Austria WienAustrian Football Bundesliga: 2002–03FenerbahçeSüper Lig: 2003–04, 2004–05 Turkish Super Cup: 2009 As of 4 September 2017 Christoph Daum at fussballdaten.de Official website
Jean Louis Auguste Daum was a French ceramist. He was one of the director of Daum studio, he was brother of Antonin Daum and father of Léon Daum. "Auguste Daum"
Margaret Daum was an American classical soprano. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Daum studied singing at the Ithaca Conservatory of Music where she graduated with a bachelor's degree in 1928. In 1935 she appeared in several operettas by Gilbert and Sullivan on Broadway, portraying Casilda in The Gondoliers, Edith in The Pirates of Penzance, Elsie Maynard in The Yeomen of the Guard, Josephine in H. M. S. Pinafore, the Plaintiff in Trial by Jury, Yum-Yum in The Mikado, she may be best-remembered for creating roles in the world premieres of two operas by Gian Carlo Menotti: the title role in Amelia Goes to the Ball and Laetitia in The Old Maid and the Thief. She made her debut at the Metropolitan Opera on May 5, 1937 as Musetta in La bohème with Rosa Tentoni as Mimì, Armand Tokatyan as Rodolfo, Carlo Morelli as Marcello, Gennaro Papi conducting. Daum made appearances with the Chicago Opera Company during her career and was active as a performer on various American radio programs, such as The American Album of Familiar Music and The Bell Telephone Hour, during the 1930s through the 1950s.
Frank and Anne Hummert's radio factory: the programs and personalities of broadcasting's most prolific producers by Jim Cox The stages of Menotti by John Ardoin Margaret Daum at the Internet Broadway Database
Léon Daum was a French mining engineer, company director and senior European administrator. He was a member of the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community from 1952 to 1959 Léon Daum's grandfather was Jean Daum, a notary in Bitche who settled in Nancy in 1871. Jean Daum became a master glass maker in 1876, from 1878 was the owner of the Fonderies de Nancy. Léon's parents were Jeanne Constantin. Auguste Daum in 1885 joined Jean Daum in managing the glass factory. Auguste Daum became president of the Nancy Commercial Court in 1904. Léon's brother Antonin Jean Daum trained as an engineer at the École Centrale, took over technical direction of the Daum company and headed the company after Auguste Daum died in 1909; the Daum family influenced the Art Nouveau movement with their ceramic art of the École de Nancy. Léon Daum was born in Nancy on 21 March 1887, he attended the École Polytechnique from 1905 to 1907 went on to the École des mines de Paris. He joined the Corps des mines, he was sent on a mission to the United States and Canada from May to November 1911.
He became an engineer at the Douai mines in 1911. The Clarence catastrophe occurred there on 3 September 1912. Léon was cited by the Corps des mines for the devotion and technical wisdom he applied to the perilous work of assisting the victims. On 5 June 1913 Léon Daum married Jeanne Poincaré, daughter of the mathematician Henri Poincaré, they had no children, his wife became blind when she was aged 40. Around 1919 his mother-in-law asked him to review a proposed posthumous collection of Poincare's articles, he took the task and wrote a long note in which he argued that the collection had little value as a philosophical collection. Daum was head of the mines department in Morocco from December 1913 to July 1914. During World War I he was an artillery captain from 1914 to 1917, he returned to Morocco from November 1917 to December 1918. In January 1919 he was appointed head of the mines control department of the Saar. In January 1920 he was appointed personnel director of the Saar mines, in January 1921 was appointed chief engineer of the mines.
In May 1921 he joined the Compagnie des forges et aciéries de la marine et d'Homécourt as chief engineer. In 1923 Daum participated in the Inter-Allied Mission for Control of Factories and Mines during the occupation of the Ruhr. In April 1925 he was appointed deputy director general of Marine-Homécourt and in 1927 he was made general director by its head, Théodore Laurent. Daum was discharged from the Corps des mines in 1929. Between 1930 and 1939 Marine-Homécourt suffered from the depression and the flooding of the Homécourt mine. While at Marine-Homécourt he was a director of Hauts fournaux de Givors, Aciéries de Dilling, Crédit National. Léon Daum was one of the leaders of the French steelmaker's association. Under the Vichy regime the Comité des forges was dissolved by decree on 9 November 1940, it was replaced by the Comité d'organisation de la sidérurgie. Léon Daum was the only member of the Comité des forges to be appointed to CORSID. On this committee he represented the Centre-Midi steel industry.
He said, "When a government gathers together men who are called Petain, Weygand and these men tell us that we cannot do anything else but put down our weapons, you have to believe them." He was on the committee from 1940 to 1945. After the Liberation of France Daum was appointed president of Rombas to revive that company. In 1945 Daum was one of the founders of the Association of Executive Managers of Industry. In 1948 he was a member of the French delegation to the Organisation for European Economic Co-operation Steel Committee chairman of this Committee. In 1948 he promoted the creation of Sollac, he facilitated the creation of Sidelor, prepared the merger of Marine-Homécourt with the Aciéries de Saint-Etienne. In 1949 Daum was appointed general manager of Marine-Homécourt. On 24 April 1952 he was made a commander of the Legion of Honour by Théodore Laurent. Although he had been trained to succeed Laurent as managing director of Marine-Homécourt, when the 90-year-old Laurent was reappointed for another six years at the age of 90 he gave up and resigned.
At the request of Robert Schuman he agreed to become one of the first nine members of the European Coal and Steel Community. Daum was a member of the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community from 1952 to 1959, he was expected to be an effective representative of French industrial interests, but in fact he took a detached long-term view and was soon the target of complaints of indifference from the steel associations. From 10 August 1952 to 3 June 1955 under the presidency of Jean Monnet he was chairman of the ECSC finance, investment & production group and of the instructions group, a member of the long-term policy group, the markets, agreements & transport group and the press and information group. From 3 June 1955 to 13 January 1958 under the presidency of René Mayer he was chairman of the industrial problems & finance group and of the Instructions group, was a member of the general objectives and long-term policy group, the markets, agreements & transport group and the press and information group.
From 13 January 1958 to 14 September 1959 under the presidency of Paul Finet he was chairman of the investment and production group and a member of the external relations group, the coal & contracts group and the steel, transport & concentrations group. Daum promoted the use of Esperanto, thi
Nik Daum is a visual artist/designer/art director working in San Francisco, California. Daum graduated from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena in 2001 with a BFA in Illustration, he has become established as an artist through doodling and for his art direction on advertising campaigns for Target, Old Spice, Careerbuilder.com. Daum spent most of his early life creating art. From grade school through high school he participated in visual art programs through the magnet schools of the Dallas Independent School District. After graduation from college, Daum continued to work as an illustrator in his free time while seeking full-time employment in advertising. Daum’s artistic work is of mixed media, includes meat, puns and morbid subject matter. Daum's work has been published in Good Magazine, Empty Magazine, and'Boards Magazine, he has a book of doodles published through Lulu.com. In 2007, he was named an "emerging talent" by Adweek. Nik Daum's website Nik Daum's current blog Readersvoice.com interviews Nik Daum Adweek article on Nik Daum
Gerhard Daum is a German composer specialising in film scores and music producer. Gerhard Daum, born on September 30, 1956, in the southern German city of Freiburg im Breisgau, developed an interest in music early in his childhood, he performed with several brass bands. As a teenager, he learned to play the guitar and piano before starting his studies in music. Daum attended the University of Music in Karlsruhe, where he graduated with a music diploma, with classical guitar as his main instrument, his studies included a semester at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Austria, where he focused on jazz and improvisation. Following his studies, Daum worked as a guitar teacher at the renowned Jazz & Rock School Freiburg from 1985. During this time, he toured through Europe with his own jazz and rock ensemble, the Gerhard Daum Quartett, performing in Germany, France.. Switzerland and Austria, he founded the music publishing company Gerhard Daum Music Edition in 1993 and his label ToneWork Records in 1995.
His focus switched to film music. Inspired by the scores of Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, John Barry, John Williams, among others, Daum began composing scores for German films and TV series, including TatortTo further his knowledge, Daum moved to Hollywood in 1997, he took Music Ethnology classes at CSUN and participated in the film music master class at UCLA. Daum gathered international experience and composed scores for productions such as Sony's Felon, he lives in Berlin, where he continues to compose for a variety of productions. A versatile composer, Daum has worked on music for film, television series and video games in Germany and the US and has won awards for his work. Of the numerous television series Daum has composed music for, highlights include Forsthaus Falkenau, Die Garmisch-Cops, German cult TV series Tatort, he gained recognition through his scores for independent feature films such as Reflex Action, Hollywood Kills, Prince of Swine and most notably for the Hollywood action drama Felon, starring Val Kilmer, Sam Shephard, Stephen Dorff.
The music from the movie was performed by the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra at the Film Music Night in Munich in 2009. His music for the image film Every Child Counts won the NTVA Music Competition Gold Award in 2001Daum made a name for himself with his scores for documentaries, in particular the soundtrack to the German documentary Hindenburg & Hitler – The Making of a Führer and the US film That Which I Love Destroys Me, which won the Voice Award 2015 at UCLA's Royce Hall. In addition to film music, Daum has produced several solo CD projects, his debut album, a world music project titled Mental Voyager – A Music Journey, was released in 1993 on the label ToneWorks Records and was re-released in 2014. A second album followed in 1996, Mental Voyager – Voiceland, one of few Dolby Surround releases at the time; the album comprises seven songs, a postmodern, neoclassical crossover between epic, symphonic elements, classical solo voices and rock, combined with electronic sound design. The songs feature vocals by members of the Bayerischer Rundfunk Choir, Cambridge Consort Voices and Historisches Ensemble Regensburg.
Daum released a further solo project on ToneWorks Records in 2015, Epic Drama, which includes epic tracks for orchestra, electric guitars, solo voices and choirs in a postmodern neo-classic rock symphonic style. Film Music Suites, released on ToneWork Records in 2017, presents a collection of suites, re-orchestrated from Daum’s recent original compositions for film and TV. All of the pieces were recorded with the Brandenburger Symphoniker under the baton of Hannes Ferrand. Since 2001, Daum has composed and produced industrial releases for film and games for the Gerhard Daum Music Edition/ToneWorks Records, first in Los Angeles and now in Berlin; these include Explosive Choirs, Green Evolution, Storm Guitars, 3D-Scoring. That Which I love Destroys Me Die Garmisch-Cops ) Hindenburg – Der Mann, der Hitler zum Kanzler machte Felon Prince of Swine Hollywood Kills Hatchetman One of Us Reflex Action The Strange Case of Mr. K Hitmen Love, Ltd. Große Freiheit Au Pair Stella Stellaris Forsthaus Falkenau Das größte Fest des Jahres – Weihnachten bei unseren Fernsehfamilien ) Tatort – Bier vom Fass That Which I Love Destroys Me Hindenburg & Hitler – The Making of a Führer Film Music Collection II Epic Drama Mental Voyager – Voiceland Mental Voyager – A Music Journey Film Music Suites – The Brandenburger Symphoniker play Film Music Suites from original film & TV themes, composed by Gerhard Daum Official Website Gerhard Daum on the Internet Movie Database Gerhard Daum on Crew United