(Øhlckers in Norwegian)
Last update: May 26th, 2017
Office I: Room C273, University College of Southeast Norway, Department of Microsystems, Raveien 197, N-03184 Horten, Norway
Tel: +47 31 00 93 15 03 Mob: +47 959 03 989
Office II (Mostly Thursdays): Department of Physics, University of Oslo, P.O.Box 1048, Blindern, N-0316 Oslo,
Room FV313A, Sem Saelands vei 24 , the Physics Building, Tel: +47 22 85 50 50 Dir Call: +47 22 85 44 04 Fax: +47 22 85 64 22
Home: Grønsundvn 150, N-1360 Nesbru, Norway. Tel: +47 66 84 94 01
E-mail 1: Per.Ohlckers(at)usn.no E-mail 2: Per.Ohlckers(at)fys.uio.no (replace (at) with @) Internet homepage: http://folk.uio.no/poe
I work as Professor at Department of Microsystems (IMS), Faculty of Technology, Natural Sciences and Maritime Sciences, University College of Southeast Norway, Campus Vestfold in Horten, Vestfold, Norway.
Click University College of Southeast Norway for homepage
I am also Professor Emeritus at Dep of Physics,University of Oslo from 2014, after having been Adjunct Professor since 2007, and before that Adjunct Asc. Professor from 1993.
Click University of Oslo, Dep of Physics or image for homepage (Norwegian version)
English version: University of Oslo, Dep of Physics
As an example of what I do
here, see the linked information on the textbook used
in the courses FYS4260 and FYS9260: Leif Halbo and
"Electronic Components, Packaging and Production" ISBN 82-992193-2-9. Here other lecturing material can be downloaded, like transparancies and exam tests.
Downloads: See my presentation «Publish or Perish» on scientific writing—invited presentation at MME2016 in Cork, Ireland
I also have a position as general manager of ¨Diamond Nanomachines AS, earlier 54.7 AS, a microsystem start-up company from 1999. This company has low activity due to lack of funding, but hopefully we can ramp up the activities later on. We had a close collaboration with INTEX in Tucson in USA and Pationor Coatings in Moscow in Russia on MEMS devices based on silicon and diamond-like nanocomposites, with a family of dynamic infrared emitters as a good example. These IR emitters are mainly used for FTIR (Fourier Transform InfraRed) based gas sensors.
Click on image for more information. Detailed specification to be found on the web pages of the US distributor Hawkeye Technologies.
I worked as Vice President, Research & Product Development, DAVIS A/S, from February 1, 1998 till July 31, 1999.
DAVIS is focused on digital multimedia products, with electronic projectors and wide screen monitors as the main products. They are mainly based upon silicon micromachined mirrors from Texas Instruments (TI).This Digital Light Processing™ (DLP™) technology is, in a word, revolutionary. Based on the Digital Micromirror Device™ (DMD™), which uses over 800,000 microscopic mirrors on the XGA image resolution chip to reflect images on screen, DLP finally presents a way to display information digitally. More information on the DLP technology from Texas Instruments can be found be clicking here.
Click SensoNor or image for homepage
(Navigating as fast as possible in the woods with a map and a compass)
Click Tyrving or image for homepage. (Only Norwegian text).
Click Short CV if you want to see my short form Curriculum Vitae.
Click Extended CV if you want to download my full Curriculum Vitae