Hans Peter Verne
The personal info:
So this is a jpg of me, showing my banana to the camera....
BTW, the mushy stuff in the backgroud is a glacier (Svellnosbreen in
Room V 152
Institute of Chemistry
University of Oslo
Box 1033 Blindern
Telephone (+47) 22 85 54 14 (but see below)
Telephax (+47) 22 85 54 41
If you want to get in touch with me, email is probably the easiest
way, or you could try a talk-request for me at
kelvin.uio.no or marlene.uio.no -- look for the tty with least idle-time.
(But sorry, marlene doesn't run fingerd anymore.)
Gamle Kjelsåsvei 28
Tlf: (+47) 22 22 80 97
Cellphone (+47) 95 99 53 86
Currently (since May 2000) I work at
Usit, my office phone there is
(+47) 22 84 01 16. I still read mail at the adress above.
I'm a Ph.D student at the group for
Gass Electron Diffarction (Norwegian page
Mostly, I'm working with the structures of simple organometallic
compounds, such as homoleptic metal alkyls.
If anybody want to offer me a job, here is my
list of publications
in PostScript format (Norwegian only).
Currently (March/April 2000), I have a temporary position as
"studiekonsulent" at Chemistry Dept.
For the spring term 1999 I worked at
Oslo College of Engineering.
My homepage there is gone, but you can still find the stuff
I made for the teaching here
During the fall 1997 I put quite an effort into running
On this page (Norwegian) are the texts and assignments I made for the students,
and various stuff of interest for C programming and instrumentation.
Otherwise, I have also taught Unix and LaTeX stuff for beginners in
As a chemist, I'm of course interested in anything that explodes or
make nasty fumes and so on. Here is a picture
(snatched from an
article in Uniforum) of me demonstrating how dust (lycopodium powder) suspended in air
can react rather vigourusly.
You will find some more links to various
stuff at the parent page.