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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.
Talk by Kristin Asdal in the Franfurt Kitchen STS group at Goethe-Universität in Frankfurt.
Kristin Asdal gives a lecture entitled "Assembling Work: Following politics around in parliament" at the Department of Sociology, Goethe University, Franfurt am Main.
On Wednesday the 23th of september Dr. Darrin Durant (University of Melbourne) will give a seminar on the politics of climate change.
How does development of green technologies and green innovations influence East Asia`s path towards green growth?
Especially: How do these developments vary across industries and how do they effect overall industrial structure and competitiveness?
TIK organizes a PhD course on "Knowledge, Innovation and Networks in Today’s Economy", which will be taught by Professor Robin Cowan during the week 27-31 July.
On June 2nd, Kerstin Sandell will hold a trial lecture for the position of associate professor/ professor of Science and Technology Studies
Wednesday the 20th of May Professor Franco Malerba will visit TIK and give a seminar on the concept of catch up-cycles.
As new industrializing giants grow, how do they deal with an inconvenient truth?
In this seminar, professor Van de Ven will show some evidence and raise some questions about how Norway compares with other countries on indicators of ecosystems for innovation and economic development.
Can theoretical resources from Science and Technology Studies (STS) contribute with new perspectives on the issue of nuclear disarmament?
There is a new dissonance between markets, politics and investment which is creating structural uncertainty about key aspects of the prospective low carbon energy transition. This talk will focus on the UK electricity sector.
Dr. Karina Sachpazidu-Wójcicka visits TIK to talk about the relationship between the innovation potential and the possibilities of the use of technology transfer mechanisms by polish enterprises.
Dr. Anabel Marin is visiting the TIK Centre to talk about how natural resources can be advantageous. She will hold a seminar that covers how to create new directions for innovation in seeds in Argentina and Brazil
The virtue of innovation systems, analysis for policy makers and other stakeholder in the Energy Transition: Lessons from the Netherlands.
What are the prospects for transformative innovation in Europe?