Past TIS seminars

Academic year 2016 - 2017

  • Johanna Höffken, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'Smart city development in India'
  • Mart van der Kam, Utrecht University; 'Diffusion of photovoltaic systems and electrical vehicles in the Netherlands and implications for the energy transitions'
  • Robert-Jan Geerts, University of Twente; 'A philosophical conceptualization of discussions about the energy transition'
  • Alberto Nucciarelli, Trento University, Italy; 'Smart cities'
  •  Lenneke Kuijer, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'A designer's perspective on a soicio-technical history of domestic heating'
  • Ankit Kumar, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'What is a smart grid: conceptualising a socio technical smart grid'
  • Tanja Manders, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'Smart mobility: Experiments, experiences & transitions'
  • Önder Nomaler, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'Geography of patent trajectories'
  • Marith Dieker, Maastricht University; ''Measuring, mapping and mobilizing: the development of traffic information systems'
  • Tim Verlaan, Free University Amsterdam; ''A right to destroy the city? Automobility and the Post-War urban environment'
  • Rinie van Est, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'The governance of social and ethical issues of digitisation'
  • Edgar Salas Gironés, Eindhoven University of Technology; ''New RTI governance frameworks for the smart mobility policy in The Netherlands: A transformative RTI paradigm approach'
  • Bernard Truffer, Utrecht University; 'Global innovation systems - A conceptual framework and a typology applied to cleantech industries'
  • Caspar Roelofs, University of Groningen; 'Multi-level perspective (MLP) on transition towards Bt cotton in African context'
  • Aziiz Sutrisno, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'Measuring Relsilience of an Energy System'
  • Hanne-Stine Hallinby, Telenor/Centre of Technology, Innovation & Culture, Oslo, Norway; 'The overlap & interfaces between technology innovation systems and business ecosystems
  • Robin Smale, Wageningen University; 'Domestic energy consumption and the normative shift brought about by smart grids'
  • Johan Gärdebo, KTH Royal Institute for Technology, Stockholm, Sweden; 'Chernobyl - A brief history of sensing: how nuclear fallout served as liftoff for the infrastructure of satellite observation'
  • Harry Lintsen, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'Well-being and sustainability in The Netherlands 1850-2050'
  • Darja Vrscaj, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'Translation of user needs in Dutch smart mobility solutions'
  • Jan Smits, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'Consent: a cross disciplinary exploration discussion'
  • Aleid Groenwoudt, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'Business models for renewable energy accfes: The role of local context'
  • Sergio Petralia, Utrecht University; 'Unravelling the trail of a GPT: The case of Electrical & Electronic Technologies from 1860 to 1930'

Academic year 2015 - 2016

  • Gabi Doci, Free University Amsterdam; 'Renewable energy communities: Bottlenecks and opportunities'
  • David Barbera, University of Valencia, Spain; 'Just a little bit further: Regulation and the exhaustion of incremental innovation in medical devices'
  • Agni Kalfiagianni, Free University Amsterdam; ''Just food'. The normative obligations of private agrifood governance'
  • Hans Jeekel, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'The five big mobility challenges (part 1)'
  • Frank Schipper, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'Take a walk on the wild side'
  • Henny Romijn and Anna Wieczorek, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'Studying sustainability transitions in developing country contexts: A critical literature review through development studies lens'
  • Hans Jeekel, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'The five big mobility challenges (part 2)'
  • Marjolein Caniels and Maren Schenkel, Open University; 'Closed loop supply chains'
  • Ruth Oldenziel, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'The politics of mobility standards: The case of traffic counts, 1920 - present'
  • Joachim Henkel, Technical University of Munich, Germany; 'Why most patents are invalid - Extent, reasons, and potential remedies of patent invalidity'
  • Tania Treibich, Maastricht University; 'Causal relations between Knowledge-Intensive Business Services'
  • Shivant Jhagroe, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'Urban transiton politics: How struggles over sustainability are (re)making urban spaces (+ brief into 'Smart Homes project')
  • Jan Smits, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'Business & legal framework for health data privacy assesment: Example of ambient assisted living'
  • Bram Timmermans, NHH Norwegian school of Economics, Bergen, Norway; 'Steve Jobs or No Jobs? Entrepreneurial activity and performance among Danish college dropouts and graduates'
  • Hermione Griffard, Utrecht University; 'Technological innovation as a solution to materials shortages: The adoption of Tungsten Carbide cutting tools in Germany, Britain and the United States (1928 - 1939)'
  • Jarno Hoekman, Utrecht University; 'Constructing regulatory niches for medicines that address unmet needs'
  • Elena Mas Tur, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'An introduction seminar: an overview of her research and a bit about herself'
  • Scott Cunningham, Delft University of Technology; 'Analysis for radical design'
  • Andrea Morrison, Utrecht University; 'The evolution of the Italian motorcycle industry (1874-1980): A reappraisal of Steven Klepper's heritage theory'
  • Dick van Lente, Erasmus University Rotterdam; 'Technological change, public debate and popular culture in The Netherlands, 1945 - 1970'
  • Inge Ligtvoet, Leiden University; 'A smartphone generation: The social life of mobile internet in Nigeria'
  • Nick Verkade, Eindhoven University of Technology; 'Monitoring domestic electricity patterns in the smart grid: Flexibility in practices, building an energy community'