Background and activities

Eilif Hugo Hansen (1962) is Associate Professor at the Department of Electric Power Engineering.

He has a MSc and a PhD, both from the Department of Electric Power Engineering NTH. The PhD thesis was done on "Lighting in Fish Farming". In addition he has education as electrical contractor and as electrician.

His topics are electrical installations and lighting.


Scientific, academic and artistic work

A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database

Journal publications

  • Hansen, Eilif Hugo. (1999) Godkjenning av belysningsplanleggere. Elentreprenøren.
  • Hansen, Eilif Hugo. (1999) Godkjenning av belysningsplanleggere. Lys-året.
  • Hansen, Eilif Hugo. (1998) Ikke-radielle nettstrukturer i bygninger. Elektro.
  • Brekke, Bjørn; Hansen, Eilif Hugo. (1997) Energy saving in lighting installations by utilising daylight. CADDET energy efficiency newsletter.


  • Hansen, Eilif Hugo. (2004) Lysstyring. 2004. Lyskultur-publikasjon (24).
  • Hansen, Eilif Hugo. (2003) Elektroinstallasjoner. 2003. ISBN 82-7610-010-4.
  • Hansen, Eilif Hugo. (1994) Elektroinstallasjoner. 1994.
  • Hansen, Eilif Hugo; Røed, Jakob H.. (1994) Lys og belysning - grunnleggende begreper. 1994.

Part of book/report

  • Nysveen, Arne; Undeland, Tore Marvin; Nilssen, Robert; Fosso, Olav B; Hansen, Eilif Hugo; Belsnes, Michael Martin. (2004) Electric energy. Infosam2020, Information Society of 2020.


  • Seljeseth, Helge; Hansen, Eilif Hugo. (2015) Sikker jordfeildeteksjon. 2015. ISBN 978-82-436-1013-2. Publikasjon (Energi Norge) (395-2016).
  • Bjørset, Hans-Henrik; Hansen, Eilif Hugo. (2002) SIE1055 Lysteknikk - Lys og belysning. 2002.
  • Hansen, Eilif Hugo; Toftevaag, Trond; Yared, Samson. (2000) Konsekvenser av ulike typer jordfeil for energimålerens registrering hos sluttbrukere. 2000. ISBN 82-594-1848-7.
  • Mogstad, Olve; Brekke, Bjørn; Hansen, Eilif Hugo. (1994) Energy saving by the utilization of daylight : monitoring studies in Statens hus, Trondheim. 1994. Report (TR F424).