PhD students whose research addresses innovation (broadly defined, both social and technical) in energy systems and energy transitions.
It is expected that the participants have a sufficient command of the English language to actively participate in the discussions and to present their own work in English .
The summer school programme will start early on 12 July 2018 and will end at the end of the day on 20 July 2018.
|Arianthe Oudshoorn||Arianthe (Trainers & Acteurs)||Ice breaker|
|Dr. Anne Beaulieu||University of Groningen||Energy transition and interdisciplinary research|
|Dr. Henny J. Windt||University of Groningen||Local energy initiatives, great ideas, small effects?|
|Dr. Festus Boamah||Bayreuth University||Emerging Energy Autonomy Visions, Social Practices & Spatial patterns of Decentralised Solar PV Electrification in Africa|
|Dr. Louise B. Meijering||University of Groningen||Participatory approaches to research|
|Dr Lise Jans||University of Groningen||Why community energy initiatives can foster the energy transition: A social psychological perspective|
|Prof. dr. Frank A. Hindriks||University of Groningen||Energy, Basic Needs, and Moral Values|
|Rick Bosman||DRIFT, Rotterdam||Navigating transition space: the role of transformative incumbents in the energy transition|
|Dr. Killian J. McCarthy||University of Groningen||Incumbent Strategies for Surviving the Energy Transition|
|Dr. Christian Zuidema||University of Groningen||Energy transition and energy landscapes|
|Dr. Mieke Oostra||Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen||Local energy initiatives: types of initiatives, drivers to start and kind of activities|
|Dr. Evrim Ursavas||University of Groningen||Design of Energy Supply Chain Networks|
|Dr.ing. Sven Stremke||Wageningen University and Research Centre||Energy landscapes - A first typology across scales and qualifications|
|Dr. Romain J.G. Mauger||University of Groningen||The legal framework for smart grids development on European islands: The case of small-size storage on Madeira, the Orkneys and Samsø|
After this course you will be able to:
- Understand different views on innovation
- Analyse innovations in energy systems from an interdisciplinary perspective
- Master concepts about the dynamics around innovations in energy systems
- Address the challenges of interdisciplinary collaboration
Workload + certificate
The summer school represents a workload of 140 hours, of which about 50 are dedicated to preparations ahead of the summer school. After successful completion of the summer school, a certificate of attendance will be awarded.
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