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Trial Lecture and Public Defence: Daniel Kliem

On 17 December Daniel Kliem will defend his doctoral thesis "System Dynamics in Transition Management" for the PhD Degree at the University of Bergen.

Daniel Kliem
Daniel Kliem will defend his doctoral thesis "System Dynamics in Transition Management" for the PhD Degree at the University of Bergen
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Donato Caspari, caspfoto.ch

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The title of the thesis

"System Dynamics in Transition Management"
Press release (in Norwegian): Støtte eksperter med utvikling av simuleringsmodeller

Trial Lecture

Assigned topic: "Participative modelling for transition management: Speaking truth to power or reinforcing the status quo? Foucauldian and Habermasian reflections."  

17.12.2021, 09.15–10.00
Zoom webinar (passord W2MLq05X)

Public Defence

17.12.2021, 11.15–14.30
Zoom webinar (passord W2MLq05X)

Committe

1st opponent
Associate Professor Vincent de Gooyert, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University

2nd opponent
Professor Andra Blumberga, Insitute of Environment and Energy Systems, Riga Technical University

Chair of committe
Professor Erling Moxnes, Department of Geography, University of Bergen

The trial lecture and public defence will be chaired by Associate Professor Peter Andersen

Meet the Candidate after the Public Defence
Join us in Digital meeting room directly after the public defense to meet and greet the candidate. In this meeting you may join with microphone and camera.

How to attend the trial lecture and public defence

Welcome to virtual trial lecture and defense! To attend the trial lecture and defense, click on the links above.

You may leave and rejoin the meeting at any time. If the Zoom application is new to you, we recommend that you press the link well before the events to download the program.

The audience are observing participants only, and therefore not able to turn on microphone and camera during the events.

If you want to attend as opponent ex auditorio, please send an e-mail to Anne-Kathrin.Thomassen@uib.no by 13.00 December 17th. Other questions can also be sent here.

The thesis is available on request to Anne-Kathrin.Thomassen@uib.no. It is not allowed to download, print or share the thesis.

The trial lecture and defense will be recorded in case of technical difficulties. The recorded material will only be used if any member of the committee is absent due to technical errors, and we will delete it immediately after the committee has approved the events.