Ulrik Hanke


Fakultet for teknologi, naturvitenskap og maritime fag
Institutt for mikrosystemer
Campus Vestfold (G3-22)
Ulrik Hanke (IEEE SM’06) received the Siv.Ing. degree and the Dr.Ing. degree in physics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway, in 1989 and 1994, respectively. After two years as a Post. Doc. he worked for a decade as a research scientist at department of communication technology, SINTEF. Since 2006, he has been with University of South-Eastern Norway , Horten, where he is a Professor of Micro- and Nanosystem technology. His current main research interests are in theory, design, and modeling of piezoelectric and RF acoustic micro devices.


Groupleader for the resarch group Micro- and Nanoelectromechanical Systems (MNEMS).http://www.usn.no/english/research/our-research/technology/micro-and-nanoelectromechanical-systems/

Member of the PhD program committee in  "Applied Micro- and Nanosystems".


Resonsible for and lectures the following courses:

  • MN-SEN5400/SEN9000 - Microsensors and Actuators
  • FE-MAT3901 - Mathematics III (Vector Calculus)


Lectures and supervices selected topics in the following courses:

  • MN-MEA4000 - Measurement and Characterization
  • PhD selfstudy course in Advanced piezoelectricity


RF acoustics, Piezoelectric devices, RF MEMS, MEMS design, Micro acoustics, Semiconductor Physics, Microwave Engineering, Wave Propagation.