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Ana Maria Delgado Aleman's trial lecture for the position as Associate Professor in Science and Technology Studies "What is Science and Technology Studies (STS)? Where does it come from, to where is it moving and why should we care?"
Govert Valkenburg's trial lecture for the position as Associate Professor in Science and Technology Studies "What is Science and Technology Studies (STS)? Where does it come from, to where is it moving and why should we care?"
Maria Fernanda Olarte-Sierra's trial lecture for the position as Associate Professor in Science and Technology Studies "What is Science and Technology Studies (STS)? Where does it come from, to where is it moving and why should we care?"
During this year's 4S conference, the Little Tools team will co-organize a full-day open panel on valuation studies.
John Dean from the University of Wollongong, Australia, will hold a seminar at TIK next Wednesday, 1 June, at 13.15.
On Monday the 30th and Tuesday the 31th of May a project workshop related to the Happy-ICT-project will the place at NUPI. This will be the first workshop under the auspices of the the ICT and happiness-project.
In his talk Professor Steve Woolgar will discuss the limits of the use of the slogan “It could be otherwise” in “hard cases” within STS by drawing on the case of Jimmy Savile.
Working title for the thesis: Governing the triple bottom line: sustainability of bioenergy development.
Documents are everywhere. Yet despite their persistent presence, they are often disregarded as irrelevant, dusty, and dull. This workshop takes a fundamentally different approach by considering documents as lively research objects in their own right.
Matthew Hull visits TIK and the Little Tools Project to present his ongoing research on the reshaping of lines of authority and police practice in India.
Matthew Hull will talk about how a disjunct arrangement of the Indian state hiring a private corporation to run a call center to take emergency calls to the police, appears to be reshaping lines of authority and police practice.
Working title for the thesis: New renewable industry formation: The constraining and enabling role of the oil and gas industry on an emerging offshore wind industry in Norway.
Jens Plahte, Senior Advisor at the International Department at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (Folkehelseinstituttet) and also a former Research Fellow at the TIK-Centre, will provide a brief introduction to the problem of antibiotic resistance and explain the challenges encountered in antibiotics innovation.
How does technology modularization affect the structure and competitive dynamics in mobile telecommunications ecosystems?
Professor Mats Fridlund will talk about how terrorism has shaped engineering research, more specifically on the existence of a ‘9/11-effect’ on Research.
TIK's Sissel Myklebust is retiring from her position here at TIK and in conjunction with this a seminar will take place Thursday 3rd of March, 13:00.
Title of the thesis: Building and transforming dominant technology - The Portland cement industry.
Professor Claes-Fredrik Helgesson will talk about valuography, a programme of empirically oriented research into the enacting, ordering, and displacing of values.
What is the relation between innovation processes and employees' creativity in times of adversity?
The Department of Media & Communication will be hosting a one-day symposium on image technologies and imaging practices with Patricia Pisters (University of Amsterdam) Siegfried Zielinski (European Graduate School, Saas-Fee) and Matthias Bruhn (Humboldt University, Berlin).
The Center for Technology, Innovation and Culture is pleased to invite its staff to the fourth Publication Workshop, which will take place at TIK on 24th-25th November.
Working title of the thesis: Green Innovation in the Norwegian Construction Industry.
On November 11th, Prof. Jan Fageberg will hold a TIK seminar on the occasion of the launch of the book “The Triple Challenge for Europe: Economic Development, Climate Change, and Governance”.
The Little Tools project co-organized a full-day track on valuation studies during the international 4S conference in Denver in November 2015.