NORSI Research School Conference 2018


11-12 January 2018 at BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo.

NORSI invites anyone interested in the latest within innovation research, friends and networks partners of NORSI to attend this 1,5 day conference.
We encourage all NORSI students, alumni, board members and supervisors to attend.

  • Photo: NORSI student Nhien Nguyen, NTNU receiving feed-back on her presentation at the NORSI Conference 2016 from Professor Lene Foss, UiT-Arctic.

 Format

The aim is to provide a comfortable and open environment for students to presents their research in progress, findings so far, and to receive feedback and support from peers. There will also be open round table discussions about a choosen topic. This is intended to be a platform for all students and not just those whom are near completion. Taking part in the conference is seen as an important part of the research education for students that are part of NORSI. The conference is open for anyone but only NORSI PhD students may present.

NORSI students who opt to not present are encouraged to attend. NORSI students attending will be asked to be junior opponents. Even if you do not present, we might ask you to be a junior discussant on a paper.

Deadlines:

Abstract and Registration: 18 December 2017

Full paper: 3 January 2018

Registration without abstract (only participation):6 January 2018

Hotel reservation: 18 December 2017 (Send Birte an email)
Abstract word limit: 200- 300 words
Full paper and feed-back info:
Each presentation will receive prepared feed-back from both a senior and junior opponent. Each student will be given 30 min.; 15 min. presentation and 15 min for feed-back/questions. The paper to be submitted before the conference does not have to be a complete work, and can be in progress. Max. length should be about 8000 words, however shorter papers in draft versions are also acceptable.

Key Note

NORSI is happy to announce that Professor Rainer Kattel will give the key note lecture titled “Dynamic Capabilities in the Public Sector.” He is the Deputy Director at the Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose. Rainer is professor of innovation and public governance at IIPP, and research professor at Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia. He has studied at the University of Tartu, Estonia, and University of Marburg, Germany, in philosophy, political philosophy, classics and public administration. Professor Rainer Kattel led Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance for 10 years, building it into one of the leading innovation and governance schools in the region.

Program

The conference will start at noon on Thursday, 11 January and end in the afternoon on Friday, 12 January 2018 (no later than 15:00). A draft schedule of presenters will been posted on this page after 15 December. Please check before the conference as there may be slight unavoidable changes due to absences etc. Please discuss this event with your supervisors to make the most of this opportunity.There will be an tapas-dinner reception after the presentations on Thursday evening.

Program – Preliminary Schedule Overview

For full program with abstract – click here

Day 1 – Thursday, 11 January 2018
Room B2-060
11:30 – 12:00 | Registration and Coffee/Tea

12:00 – 12:10 | Welcome, Magnus Gulbrandsen, Norsi Board of Directors and UiO-TIK

12:10 – 13:00 | Keynote: Dynamic Capabilities in the Public Sector, Professor Rainer Kattel, University College London

13:00 – 14:30 | Student Presentations (15 min + 15 min feedback) x 3

14:30 – 14:45 | Coffee Break

14:45 – 16:15 | Student Presentations (15 min + 15 min feedback) x 3 (6 total)

16:15 – 16:30 | Coffee Break

16:30 – 16:55 |  NORSI Alumni Perspective, Marte C. W. Solheim, University of Stavanger

16:55 – 17:20 |  NORSI Alumni Perspective, Kenneth Stålsett, Sør-Varanger Utvikling

17:20 – 19:30 | Tapas Dinner and Socializing/networking – Everyone welcome!

Day 2 – Friday, 12 January 2018
Room B2-060
09:00 – 9:30 | Registration and Coffee/Tea

09:30 – 11:30 | Student Presentations (15 min + 15 min feedback) x 4

11-30 – 12:00 | NORSI Alumni Perspective, Sølvi Solvoll, Nord University

12:00 – 12:30 | Lunch – outside B2 – 060

12:30 – 13:30 | Student Presentations (15 min pres + 15 min feedback) x 3

13:30 – 13:45 | Summary/Ending remarks

13:45 | Adjourn

 

Registrations

To register please follow the link and fill in the form.
The registration deadline is 6 January 2018.
Abstract and Registration: 18 December 2017

Full paper: 3 January 2018

Registration without abstract (only participation):6 January 2018

Hotel reservation: 18 December 2017 (Send Birte an email)

Abstracts and Presentations

Each presentation will receive prepared feed-back from both a senior and junior opponent. Each student will be given 25 min.; 15 min. presentation and 10 min for feed-back/questions. The paper to be submitted before the conference does not have to be a complete work, and can be in progress. Max. length should be about 8000 words, however shorter papers in draft versions are also acceptable. All abstractss are now available.

Travel

Travel and accommodation will be covered for all NORSI students, supervisors and representatives. A blook of room has been reserved at Radisson Nydalen hotel. Please reserve your room by sending Birte an email. All travel expences (economy) will be refunded after the conference.

Participant List

          Participants NORSI Conference 2018 (Updated 12 January 2018)

Anne Solheim, Research Council of Norway
Arne Isaksen, University of Agder
Babak Ghassim, UiT -The Arctic University of Norway
Barbara Rebecca M. Lappalainen, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Beniamino Callegari, BI – Norwegian Business School
Birgit Helene Jevnaker, BI – Norwegian Business School
Birte M. Horn-Hanssen, BI – Norwegian Business School (NORSI)
Björn T. Asheim, University of Stavanger
Chukwuemeka Echebiri, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Dipesh Sigdel, UiT -The Arctic University of Norway
Elisabeth Marie Cassidy Svennevik, University of Oslo – TIK
Emma Lind, Agderforskning, University of Stavanger
Erlend Osland Simensen, University of Oslo – TIK
Gry Alsos, Nord University
Gry Cecilie Høiland, University of Stavanger
Gunhild Wedum, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Haakon Thue Lie, NTNU
Heidi Angell Strøm, UiT -The Arctic University of Norway
Henrik Schwabe, University of Oslo – TIK
Hilde Halland, UiT -The Arctic University of Norway
Jakoba Sraml Gonzalez, University of Oslo – TIK
Johan Miörner, CIRCLE, Lund University
John-Erik Rørheim, University of Stavanger
Jonathan Muringani, University of Stavanger
Kenneth Stålsett, Sør-Varanger Utvikling
Kjersti Kjos Longva, NTNU
Kjersti Gummerson, BI – Norwegian Business School
Knut Jørgen Egelie, NTNU
Lene Foss, UiT -The Arctic University of Norway
Linn Meidell Dybdahl, NIFU
Magnus Gulbrandsen, University of Oslo – TIK
Marit Engen, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Marte Cecilie Wilhelmsen Solheim, University of Stavanger
Martin Rønningen, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Mette Talseth Solnørdal, UiT -The Arctic University of Norway
Nina Hjertvikrem, University of Stavanger
Odd Rune Stalheim, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Oleksandra Bieliei, NTNU
Olga Mikhailova, BI – Norwegian Business School
Petter Gullmark, Nord University
Philip Lorentzen, Research Council of Norway
Rainer Kattel, Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, University College London
Raj Kumar Thapa, University of Stavanger
Rannveig Røste, Nifu and BI Norwegian Business School
Renathe Jakobsen, UiT -The Arctic University of Norway
Roger Sørheim, NTNU
Silje Haus-Reve, University of Stavanger
Simen Gangnæs Enger, University of Oslo, TIK
Sourav Mandal, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Stefania Sardo, BI Norwegian Business School
Stine Alm Hersleth, Nofima
Sveinung Grimsby, University of Oslo – TIK, NOFIMA
Sølvi Solvoll, Nord University
Taran Thune, University of Oslo – TIK
Tine Petersen Malonæs, BI Norwegian Business School
Tor Paulson, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Tristán Nabong, University of Stavanger
Tuukka Mäkitie, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Uladzimir Kamovich, UiT -The Arctic University of Norway
Åsa Lindholm Dahlstrand, CIRCLE, Lund University

Contact Us

If you have any questions regarding the conference, please contact Birte M. Horn-Hanssen/birte.m.horn-Hanssen@bi.no