The Centre for the study of innovation policy for industrial transformation, sustainability and digitalization (INTRANSIT) focuses on understanding how the Norwegian economy can be made smarter and more sustainable through industrial transformation.
We explore this question with a broad multidisciplinary approach and study different levels of the transformation processes – from analysing firm behaviour in transitions, via technological development and diffusion, to studying transformation policies. Our research focuses on transformation process in four important Norwegian sectors; the energy sector, the maritime sector, the industrial sectors (processing and manufacturing), and the bio-economy.
You can read more about our research, meet our researchers, and learn more about the Centre and its partners by following the links below.
Report on missions in Norway
Centre director, Taran Thune, has contributed to a new report on how missions can be used for tackling grand societal challenges in Norway.
On the 8th of June, Theodor Cojoianu and August Jepsen will present their ongoing work on oil and gas divestment at an INTRANSIT-seminar. The seminar will be held on zoom and is open to anyone who registers.
A collaboration between
- TIK Centre for Technology, innovation and culture (UiO)
- Digitalisation (DIG) (UiO)
- SINTEF Digital
- Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development (Utrecht University)
Many of us are involved in the Gemini Centre for Sustainability Transitions. A centre focused on strengthening the sustainability transitions research field in Norway.
INTRANSIT is financed by the Research Council of Norway, and led by the TIK Centre for technology, innovation and culture.