Johanna Hanning

PhD student, Microtechnology and Nanoscience, Terahertz and Millimetre Wave Laboratory

Johanna Hanning is pursuing her Ph.D. degree with a focus on terahertz (THz) signal generation, and in-waveguide characterization of active THz components, such as Schottky diodes, at high frequencies.

Her work includes FEM-modeling in Ansoft HFSS, circuit simulations in Agilent ADS, nanofabrication technology, device physics, use of CAD tools for developing components.

In 2011-2013 she was also involved in teaching in an undergraduate course in microelectronics for electrical engineering students, MCC086 Mikroelektronik. And she was the Ph.D. student representative in the MC2 executive group (sv. ledningsgruppen, LG) in 2012-2013.

Johanna Hanning was born in Sweden. She received a B.Sc. degree in engineering physics, and a M.Sc. degree in wireless and photonics engineering, both from Chalmers University of Technology (Chalmers), in 2012. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in microtechnology and nanoscience, at Chalmers.

She has held the position of project assistant in the Department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience – MC2, during her master studies. She has also held the position of process engineer at a research spin-off company, Wasa Millimetre Wave AB, manufacturing HBV diode based terahertz multipliers. Her current work as a Ph.D. student is on accurate measurement techniques for THz components, and Schottky diode based circuits for THz frequency generation. Since 2011 she is also involved in teaching in an undergraduate course in microelectronics for electrical engineering students, MCC086 Mikroelektronik.

Mrs. Hanning was the Ph.D. student representative in the MC2 executive group (sv. ledningsgruppen, LG) in 2012-2013.​

 

Published: Thu 26 Oct 2017.