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Since January, 1995, Aasmund Sudbø has been professor at the
University of Oslo,
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, associated with the
Department of Physics and
UNIK, the University Graduate Center at Kjeller. From 2006 to 2009 he worked (part-time) at the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment in the Land and Air Systems Division.
He was the manager of the research program
Nanostructures for Optics, he worked with SINTEF on a research project in
managed by Tomra ASA, both funded by
The Research Council of Norway. He works with the Institute of Energy Research (IFE) on solar cells. He was also the manager of the research program "MOEMS and MEMS -
Micro-opto-electromechanical and Micro-electromechanical Systems" in the Department of Physics at the University of Oslo.
Aasmund Sudbø was a member of the organizing committee of the conference Northern Optics 2006,
14-16 June 2006, Bergen, Norway. He has worked extensively with
Telenor on optical fiber communication, as a full-time employee from 1981 through 1994, and part-time until 2005. From 1986 through 1994 he was adjunct professor (part time) in the Department of Physics, at the University of Oslo. He has been a member of the program committee of
annual European Conference on Optical Communication. He was program chair
for ECOC'96 in Oslo, and a member of the program committee of the International
Conference on Integrated Optics and Optical Fiber Communication (OFC/IOOC) in 1999.
Aasmund Sudbø was a Visiting Scholar from 2009 to 2010 at Edward E Ginzton Laboratory at
Stanford University, working with
Solgaard on applications of photonic crystals, and also from 2002 to 2003, when he worked with Prof. Solgaard on photonic crystals for optical spectroscopy applications. He was a Visiting Scientist at Bell Laboratories, New Jersey, 1988-89, working on integrated optics and optoelectronics. He was a Postdoctoral Fellow at IBM Research Labs, New York, 1979-81, working on laser spectroscopy. His Ph.D. thesis was on laser-induced dissociation of molecules, in the Physics and Chemistry Departments of the University of California in Berkeley, 1975-79. He graduated in physics from Norges
Tekniske Høgskole in Trondheim, Norway, 1975.
- Fall 2013: Course
UNIK 4380/9380 ‘Photonic Crystals’
- Present Ph.D. Students:
- Jakob Blad, Nanophotonics
- Jon Olav Grepstad, Photonic Biosensor
- Julio Hernández, Hyperspectral Imaging
- Former Ph.D. Students:
- Hallvard Angelskår, Diffractive Optics.
- Steinar Bjørnstad, Optical Packet Switching.
- Ingelin Clausen, Intracranial pressure sensor.
- Jo Gjessing, Solar cells.
- Jarle Gran, Justervesenet, Optical Spectral Responsitivity.
- Sanja Hadzialic, Nanophotonics.
- Matthieu Lacolle, MEMS for spectroscopy.
- Krister Mangersnes, Solar cells.
- Håkon Sagberg, MEMS for spectroscopy.
- Jostein Thorstensen, Solar Cells, Disputation 28 June, 2013, Thesis
- Collaborating supervisors:
Prof. Terje Finstad,
Department of Physics, University of Oslo, (Blad and Hadzialic)
Prof. Olav Solgaard at Stanford University (Blad, Hadzialic, Grepstad, Lacolle, and Sagberg)
Ib-Rune Johansen, SINTEF Microsystems and Nanotechnology (Angelskår, Grepstad and Lacolle)
Prof. Johannes Skaar, Department of Electronics and Telecommunications, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Grepstad)
Erik Stensrud Marstein, Institute for Energy Technology (Gjessing and Thorstensen)
Sean Erik Foss, Institute for Energy Technology (Thorstensen)
Torbjørn Skauli, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (Hernández)
- Micro- and Nanophotonics
- Solar Cells
- Optical Fiber Networking
- can be found in the directory aas/pubs/pubs/pubs/ at the persons.unik.no server.
University of Oslo
University Graduate Center (UNIK)
P.O. Box 70, N-2027 KJELLER, Norway
Email: aas(æt)unik.no Skype User: aas_mund
Alternative email: aasmund.sudbo(æt)mn.uio.no
Useful Links in Optics and Photonics:
OSA - Optical Society of America
OSA Optics and Photonics News
Laser Focus World Magazine
European Optical Society
General about Optical Communication:
Photonic Technology Letters
Journal of Lightwave Technology
Updated 6 September 2013