Research events - Page 3
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!
Much noise and hype has been generated around data as being the “new oil” on which the world can build prosperity. What are the implications of this for the oil and gas industry and for Norway as a whole?
An investigation into the situation of European regions in terms of smart specialization.
What are the experiences with impact case studies? We invite you to a seminar to discuss impact cases in research evaluations at NIFU November 1st, 14.00-17.00
A study on new product failure rate and systematic differences between successful and unsuccessful innovation projects in the food industry.
The suppliers to the oil and gas on the Norwegian continental shelf as innovators during the 2014-2017 industry downturn.
The Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture invites you to a workshop on ICTs and well-being.
TIK is organizing a workshop for researchers and students who are interested in analyzing micro-level innovation data and/or combining analysis of innovation data with other kinds of firm-level data.
Join us for a hands-on lecture and workshop on digital methods!
Workshop in Oslo, 27th March 2017, organised by the Oslo Institute for Research on the Impact of Science (OSIRIS) in collaboration with NOS-HS
This open workshop is an accompaniment to the seminar Self tracking - good for you?, held on March 23rd.
Kristin Asdal speaks on Valuations and its problems in the STIS Seminar series at University of Edinburgh
The pressures to participate in Europe’s eight multi-annual framework programme for research and innovation (Horizon 2020) is high. But what encourages researchers to apply?
M.A. ESST Håkon Endresen Normann will defend his thesis Politics in energy system transformation: Conditions for the development of an offshore wind industry in Norway.
Three Norwegian waterfalls between horror, beauty and use
Norway's poor innovation rankings is usually explained by the high presence of oil and gas companies in the industry structure. Nevertheless, the Norwegian petroleum industry is regarded highly innovative - this contradiction seem to be the result of a different way of organising innovation processes compared to other industries.
Thomas Lemke visits the Little Tools Project for a seminar on new materialism in social and political theory, discussing Jane Bennett's vitalist notion of 'enchanted materialism'.
On the occasion of the new book, Humans, animals and biopolitics: the more-than-human condition, the Little Tools Project organizes the workshop "Versions of biopolitics/Versions of Foucault".
Kristin Asdal, professor ved TIK senter for teknologi, innovasjon og kultur, om hvordan analysere offentlige dokumenter.