The Transformative Innovation Policy Consortium (TIPC) is organizing the 2022 TIP Conference, which is going to be held digitally from 17-21 January 2022. The "Call for Participation and Initiatives" is now open from 18 June 2021 to 20 August 2021. If you want to apply, please send an Expression of Interest (EoI) that does not exceed 1000 words.
Pedro Marques, Dima Yankova and Ghinwa Moujaes, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)'s researchers, teamed up to openly discuss the uncertainties of managing a PHD process, especially in COVID times. They answered some questions about this topic for the POLISS (Policies for Smart Specialisation) project group.
These researchers discussed the uncertainty about time, dissertation quality and the future of their research in this article. Read the point of view of two PhD students and one researcher with 10 years of postdoc experience.
Jordi Molas and Alejandra Boni, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)'s director and deputy director, will lead a participatory session about the evaluation of Transformative Innovation Policies. The event will start at 15:00 (CEST) and will be online. Previous registration needed.
Today, Diana Velasco, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)'s researcher, will be in a round table about: "Theories of Change for Transformative Innovation Policy". The event will start at 15:00 (CEST) and will be online. Previous registration needed.
Pedro Marques, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)'s researcher, has been interviewed by the ESNA European Higher Education News about the paper he wrote as a co-author of Joaquín Azagra Caro and Laura Salmerón, entitled: "Fiction lagging behind or non-fiction defending the indefensible? University-industry (et al.) interaction in science fiction". The researchers explore the relationship between science fiction literature and the perception in society of the research field.
Pablo F. Méndez, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)'s researcher, has published an article in Earth System Governance Journal about systemic risks in the Anthropocene and lessons learned from COVID-19. The article is entitled: "Blue uncertainty: Warding off systemic risks in the Anthropocene—Lessons from COVID-19".
In the article, Méndez talk about radical uncertainty, complexity-based approaches, transdisciplinary teams, and a "mental leap" to tackle COVID-19's Post-Normal wicked swan and global environmental systemic risks in the Anthropocene.
Itziar Castelló, Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) at the Department of Digital Economy at Surrey Business School (UK), will give a seminar entitled "Moralizing Discourses of Artificial Intelligence Strategies" on Wednesday 24th of february, at 12:00 PM. The seminar will be online through the platform Zoom.
INGENIO, a research centre specialised in innovation studies, is seeking candidates interested in applying for postdoctoral fellowships. These fellowships are awarded by the Spanish government on a competitive basis, and are open to people at various stages of their postdoctoral careers. The three options available are:
• Juaan de la Cierva - Formación: Two-year fellowship, available for researchers with up to two years of postdoctoral experience (https://tinyurl.com/y6kj3jfz).
INGENIO have held between Monday and Wednesday the first ever virtual edition of the INGENIO PhD Days; an event that aims to contribute to the development of research capabilities, presentation and communication skills, as well as to build networks among a new generation of researchers (PhD students as well as early career researchers). 40 early career researchers of different countries attended to the event.
This Monday, 14th of December, we celebrate the first virtual edition of INGENIO PhD Days. This event aims to contribute to the development of research capabilities, presentation and communication skills, as well as to build networks among a new generation of researchers (PhD students as well as early career researchers). For this edition, we have been working alongside with Teje Redes, experts on collaborative methodologies, in order to keep on the interactive spirit of the event and to make of this an active virtual conference! PhD Days will be held between 14th and 16th of December.
The event is just few weeks away and we want to invite you to this first online version of the INGENIO PHD Days. This event aims to contribute to the development of research capabilities, presentation and communication skills, as well as to build networks among a new generation of researchers (PhD students as well as early career researchers).
Carmen Martínez Vargas, postdoctoral researcher of the University of Free State (South Africa) will hold a virtual seminar about decolonialism next Thursday, 12th of November at 12:00. This event, organized by INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), is part of the Semana de la Ciencia y la Tecnología 2020 organized by the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC).
Jordi Molas, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)'s director, will be a keynote speaker this afternoon in the opening day of the European Environmental Evaluators Network Forum 2020. His conference is entitled: "Evaluating Transformative Innovation Policies: implications and challenges".
This year's edition of the EEEN 2020 Forum will focus on the development of environmental evaluation approaches, the role of evaluation in Agenda 2020 and 2030 or the risk assessment as a tool for advancing sustainability in environmental evaluation, among others.
Alejandra Boni, Deputy Director of INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), has been named fellow of the Human Development and Capability (HDCA).
The HDCA is a global community of academics and professionals whose main goal is to promote academic research in public policies in the area of human development and well-being. This association is composed by members of different fields: economics, philosophy, development studies, health, education, law, government and sociology, among others.
Due to the Covid19 situation, we will launch an online Early Career Conference on December 14-16th 2020. This event aims to contribute to the development of research capabilities, presentation and communication skills, as well as to build networks among a new generation of researchers (PhD students as well as early career researchers).
The Instituto de Gestión de la Innovación y del Conocimiento, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV) becomes a Coordinating Partner of the Transformative Innovation Policiy Consortium (TIPC), focusing on Formative Evaluation.
INGENIO was a former consultant of TIPC, but now has become a Coordinating Partner, along with the Centre for Global Challenges (UGLOBE) of Utrecht University and the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) of University of Sussex Business School, UK.
The COVID-19 health crisis has had and will have a big impact in our lives. It is a complex situation that is challenging to all of us as individuals, families and workers.
MAGGIE has developed a tool based on indicators that evaluates the gender gap that exists in high-level political events. COVID-19 has altered the way the academic and political conferences are carried out, changing what we know and are trying to study. MAGGIE’s team has then been working on adapting its tool indicators and the monitoring process so it can also be used for online events, not only in situ.
Mónica García, Rocío Poveda, Carmen Corona y Hannia González, investigadoras de INGENIO (CSIC-UPV) y del Proyecto Maggie, se reunen en la sede del Parlamento Europeo en Madrid con el grupo de investigación "The Brussels Binder" con el objetivo de trazar colaboraciones relacionadas con los estudios de género.
Mónica García, Carmen Corona y Hannia González, investigadoras de INGENIO (CSIC-UPV) que trabajan en el proyecto Maggie, asisten a la 5ª edición de la Geography of Innovation Conference, celebrada en Stavanger (Noruega) del 29 al 31 de enero para monitorizar el evento con el fin de probar MAGGIE, la herramienta basada en indicadores que pretende diagnosticas la brecha de género existente en eventos.
La Universitat Politècnica de València acogerá, los próximos días 28 y 29 de febrero del 2020, el II Congreso Internacional Ciencia, Feminismo y Masculinidades.