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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.
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.
TIK welcomes all our friends to a seminar on Technological Diversification and Regional Resilience by Ron Boschma.
M.A. in Business and Economics/MS.c in International Marketing and Strategy Hanne Kristine Hallingby at Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture will be defending the thesis Understanding Platform Emergence and Openness in the Mobile Telecommunications Industry Using Platform Ecosystem and Technological Innovation Systems Perspectives for the degree of Ph.D.
Professor Hannah Landecker is visiting TIK on Tuesday the 30th of October, and she will be presenting the paper "The Food of our Food: Medicated Feed and the Industrialization of Metabolism".
Researchers in the SIVAC project will launch their recent book "Petroleum Industry Transformations: Lessons from Norway and Beyond" (Routledge, 2018)
M.A. in Development, Institutions and Economic Integration Jakoba Sraml Gonzalez will be defending the thesis Innovation in situations of crisis: oil and gas suppliers as innovators during the 2014–2017 industry downturn for the degree of ph.d.
TIK Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture will host the fourth EU-SPRI winter/summer school on innovation policy in September 2018. This fourth installment will focus on the science system in the 21st century.
Dr. Jochen Markard will hold a talk reflecting on the emerging research topics in the field of energy transition studies.
M.A. ESST Hilde Nykamp will defend her thesis Green innovation in the Norwegian construction sector: policies, projects and industrial dynamics.
M.A. in Economics Christine Mee Lie will defend her thesis Pursuing green growth and innovation: The role of policy. Empirical evidence from South Korea.
The Little Tools project hosted a workshop in Tromsø in April. The workshop was organized by Professor Kristin Asdal and Post Doc Tone Huse, as part of their study ‘The Economic Life of Cod’.
Ana Delgado is visiting the Science Studies Colloquium Series. She is Associate Professor at Centre for Techonology, Innovation and Culture at UiO. Delgado’s research is concerned with the public dimensions of science and technology. Her research combines resources from Science and Technology Studies (STS), Social Anthropology and Political Science.
The seminar is open for everyone!