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In this final seminar Marie B. Lindberg will present her thesis on decarbonization pathways and system reconfiguration of the European electricity sector.
This InGrid project seminar will share key insights from the project with a view to understanding current and future challenges Norway faces in further decarbonization via electrification.
Ph.d Fellow Frauke Rohden visits the TIK Methods Lab to present her ongoing work on the topic of digital ethnography and digital methods.
The bi-annual TIK "Tøyenseminar" for autumn 2019 is held in Tøyen Hovedgård on November 19-20.
Hélène Mialet from the York University in Canada visits TIK Methods Lab with her talk Translating the body and the self through dogs and machines. The seminar is open to all.
Ph.d candidate Tuukka Mäkitie will be defending the thesis Sustainability transitions in oil economies: Resource redeployment from an established industry to a clean technology industry for the degree of ph.d.
Thesis title: Transition in the making: How to create value and achieve a sustainable food processing: A case study of Norwegian food industry in the transition towards the bioeconomy.
The ERC Little Tools team is organising a workshop to explore relations across economics, economy and the bioeconomy. The event will start with an open programme from 09.00 to 15.00 on October 14.
Artur Santoalha's PhD project presents four studies whose main objective is to investigate novel aspects of processes of technological diversification in European regions. It uses the OECD REGPAT database, and it focuses on technological diversification of regional patents applicants.
Sandro Montresor visits TIK to discuss a recent paper on the extent to which MNEs contribute to the regional specialisation in green technologies.
The TIK Centre is one of the local organizers of The International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB) Conference 2019, which will take place in Oslo in July.
On June 13th, the SusValueWaste project will hold its end conference and book launch at NIFU.
Kristin Asdal from UiO's Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture (TIK) talks on the whaling controversy in the late 19th century.
Kristin Asdal talks on whales in parliament and the whaling controversy in the late 19th century at Oslo School of Environmental Humanties.
Dr Magdalena Stawkowski visits the TIK centre and the Toxicity Reading Group to give a talk on the recent repurposing of the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site in Kazakhstan.
The InSync Project at Oslo's Centre for Advanced Studies (CAS) holds its concluding colloquium on May 27-29. Professor Kristin Asdal will give a keynote on May 28.
TIK Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture welcomes all interested to this talk by André Furtado. On Tuesday he will talk about the transition to second generation technologies in the Brazilian bioethanol industry.
INTRANSIT is a newly started research centre at the University of Oslo. To this kick-off seminar we welcome colleagues, partners, users and stakeholders to learn about INTRANSIT and to discuss the challenges of industrial transformations towards a smarter and greener Norwegian economy.
OSIRIS invites Norwegian public administration employees for a 2-day course in research policy and use of research.
This PhD project presents three studies on the factors behind participation in the European framework programme, Horizon 2020. It does so by addressing different and so-far uncharted aspects of participation, focusing on the research organization and the project level.
In March 2019, TIK is co-organizing a conference at Karlstad University, Sweden. TIK’s own Professor Olav Wicken will hold key-note speech number 1, and Postdoc Julia Szulecka will be chairing a workshop.
The Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture (TIK) celebrates its 20th anniversary on March 20th, 2019. We invite all of our friends, staff, students, alumni and stakeholders to an anniversary conference at the University of Oslo.