Innovation lunch webinar series
This semester, the TIK innovation group invites you to weekly innovation lunch webinars; a webinar series focused on hot topics in innovation studies.
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We already have an excellent lineup of guest speakers covering a broad range of topics, with more webinars in the works for the upcoming months. We are so excited about these seminars that we have decided to make them open to others who find innovation as interesting as we do.
Below is a list of currently planned webinars (we will update the list as more webinars are confirmed). If any of these webinars interest you, you can register below. Upon registration, you will be added to our mailing list and will receive weekly invitations to the webinars.
Upcoming speakers and topics
Most webinars start at 12 PM and last for one hour.
Thursday, 28.01: Dr. Tuukka Mäkitie (Sintef): “Greener and smarter? Transformations in five Norwegian industrial sectors”. Add to calendar.
Thursday, 04.02: Professor Lars Coenen (University of Western Norway): “Place-based experimentation in sustainability transitions: insights from urban and regional Australia”. Add to calendar.
Thursday, 11.02 (Please note, this webinar starts at 13 instead of 12): Professor Simona Iammarino (London School of Economics): “Technology and geography in a paradigm shift: the case of Rare and Conflict Minerals in ICT”. Add to calendar.
Thursday, 18.02: Professor Giovanni Dosi (Scuola Superiore Sant'anna): “Whither the evolution of the contemporary social fabric? New technologies and old socio-economic trends”. Add to calendar.
Thursday, 25.02: Professor Carlota Perez (University College London & SPRU, University of Sussex): “Towards smart, green, fair and global growth: Learning from the History of Technological Revolutions”. Add to calendar.
Monday, 01/03: Per Espen Stoknes (BI), "Green growth" (NOTE, this session is on a Monday, not on a Thursday). Add to calendar.
Thursday, 11/03: Professor Frank Geels (University of Manchester) "Accelerating transitions". Add to calendar.
Thursday, 18/03: Dr. Christian Binz (EAWAG) "Global innovation systems: introduction and issues for further research". Add to calendar.
Thursday, 25/03: Dr. Adrian Rinscheid (University of St. Gallen), "Deliberate decline and phase-out in sustainability transitions". Add to calendar.
More webinars will be announced later.