Markus Michaelsen Bugge
My main professional interest lies in understanding how modern economies and societies evolve through technological development, innovation and socio-technical change. A central part of this ambition relates to understanding how processes of innovation are situated geographically and conditioned by institutions, policies and practices.
Current involvement includes projects on a) electrification of the maritime industry, b) digitization of education, c) digital logistics in waste management and d) indicators for measuring innovation in the health care sector.
2019- Associate Professor, TIK Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture, University of Oslo
2017-2018 Associate Professor, ITS Institute for Technology Systems, University of Oslo
2015-2017 Lecturer, UNIK University Centre at Kjeller
2005-2009 PhD Fellow, Institute for Social and Economic Geography, Uppsala University
2004- Researcher II, NIFU Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education
2001-2004 Researcher, STEP-group
2000-2001 Research assistant, STEP-group
1998-1999 Master degree, ESST Society, Science and Technology in Europe, University of Oslo