Full Paper Sessions

Due to the new circumstances we will limit this format to contributions based on a full paper, which has to be submitted via EasyChair until 24th July (Deadline extended). Also the main presenter needs to be registered before 24th July (Deadline extended). The live presentations should not last longer than 12 minutes. This leaves 10 minutes of discussion for each presentation. Unless noted otherwise, the last presenter in the program will chair the session. There will be a technical host/moderator for each session provided by the local organizing team.

Note: You can use screensharing for the presentation (no need to upload your slides beforehand).

Conference schedule

The main presenter is highlighted in bold. If you can’t find your paper submission in the IST2020 schedule (please use the search button!) or in case you need to make any changes, please contact us immediately at ist2020@ait.ac.at You can also download the full schedule with all sessions as pdf here. Please note: all times are CEST (local time in Austria).

Wednesday, 19th Aug 2020

09:0-10:00 Parallel sessions (paper/speed talk session):

T1 – T7 UTT Track
speed talk sessions FP 44 Urban transformation through experimentation: A review of the state of the art (Franziska Ehnert)
  FP 249: Monitoring transformative urban change as a reflexive learning process: The Swedish Viable Cities TransitionLab (Harald Rohracher, Lars Coenen and Olga Kordas)

10:15-11:45 Parallel sessions (paper/dialogue session):

T1 Governance T2 Understanding Transitions T1 Governance T5 Organizations and Industries T6 Transitions in Practice T7 Geography of Transitions T9 Methodologies T9 Methodologies
    Transformative innovation Directionality and path-dependency   Wind power and TIS Modelling and scenarios  
Dialogue session Dialogue session FP 10: Between conservation, modernization and transformation. The role of industrial policy for sustainably transforming the European automotive industry (Melanie Pichler, Nora Krenmayr, Etienne Schneider and Ulrich Brand) FP 264 Shaping the directionality of sustainability transitions: The diverging development pathways of solar PV in two Chinese provinces (Kejia Yang, Johan Schot and Bernhard Truffer) Dialogue session FP 281: A dynamic approach to socio-technical interactions between technological systems (Amir Mirzadeh Phirouzabadi, David Savage, James Juniper and Karen Blackmore) FP 123: Combining numerical simulation modelling with a stakeholder scenario process for transition pathway development: Decarbonising shipping to 2050 (Jonathan Köhler, Ewa Dönitz and Frank Schätter) Dialogue session
    FP 29: Interplay between national security and low-carbon energy considerations from the perspective of sustainability transitions: An analysis of three European countries (Paula Kivimaa and Marja Helena Sivonen) FP 519: Framing branching points for transition: opportunities and implications in UK heat decarbonisation (Katherine Lovell and Tim Foxon)   FP 105: The co-evolution of innovation systems and context: offshore wind in Norway and the Netherlands (Adriaan van der Loos, Håkon Endresen Normann, Jens Hanson and Marko Hekkert) FP 526: Technology-life-cycle assessment through patents – Insights and limitations at the example of renewable energies in Germany (Carsten Schwäbe)  
    FP 550: Transformative (Innovation) Policy: Moving towards a more differentiated debate (Matthias Weber and Mireille Matt) FP 32: Toward a multi-scalar perspective of transition trajectories – An analytical framework and case study in the sanitation sector (Johan Miörner and Christian Binz)   FP 505: Delayed introduction of wind and solar power on technology periphery is not compensated by faster growth (Vadim Vinichenko, Jessica Jewell, Jale Tosun and Aleh Cherp) FP 337: Anticipatory hybrid governance of renewable energy futures – four transformative scenarios 2050 (Joni Karjalainen and Sirkka Heinonen)  
    FP 66: Legitimizing Transformative Government (Rik Braams, Joeri Wesseling, Marko Hekkert and Albert Meijer) FP 62 From protection to exposure: commercial demonstrations as steppingstones for large-scale diffusion of electrified heavy vehicles (Viktor Werner, Ksenia Onufrey and Thomas Magnusson)        

12:00-13:30 Parallel sessions (paper/dialogue session):

T1 -T2 T2 Understanding Transitions T5 Organizations and Industries T5 Organizations and Industries T6 Transitions in Practice UTT Track T9 Methodologies
  Networks Electricity TIS      
Dialogue sessions FP 443: Moving from leverage points to leverage constellations in sustainability transformations: A “Networks of Action Situations” approach (Christian Kimmich) FP 556: Market design as enabler of sustainability transitions? A comparison of the German and the Nordic electricity market (Marie Lindberg) FP 395: Coordinating Multi-Technology Innovation Systems: the Case of Shared Autonomous Vehicles (Andreas P. Kopp) Dialogue session FP 494 Sustainability-oriented labs in real-world contexts: an exploratory review (Gavin McCrory, Niko Schäpke, Johan Holmén and John Holmberg) Dialogue session
  FP 461: Peer Innovation: Conceptualising and assessing the role of peer networks for sustainable innovation (Jan Peuckert, Florian Kern, Jakob Pohlisch and Knut Blind) FP 148: Can we afford an energy transition? (Armi Temmes, Eva Heiskanen, Kaisa Matschoss and Raimo Lovio) FP 429: Mechanisms of intermediation in innovation systems (Wisdom Kanda, Olof Hjelm, Albin Johansson and Anton Karlkvist)   FP 278: Transformative Outcomes: Assessing and reorienting experimentation with transformative innovation policy (Johan Schot, Bipashyee Ghosh, Paula Kivimaa, Jonas Torrens and Matias Ramirez)  
  FP 430: Successful Collaborations in Transition Experiments: 14 guidelines from a value network perspective (Waldo Galle, Wim Debacker, Yves De Weerdt and Niels De Temmerman)  FP 22: Who will be the future aggregator of battery electric vehicles? An analysis of socio technical and organizational variants in an emergent market of vehicle to grid technology (Jörg Musiolik and Jochen Markard)
FP 102: Sustainability Transitions in Aviation: A Technological Innovation System Perspective on Future Alternatives (Antoine Habersetzer, Andreas P. Kopp and Carsten Schwäbe)   FP 483: Reflexive monitoring: a learning-based governance method for developing and scaling sustainability experiments in cities (Kato Allaert, Marleen Lodder, Katharina Hölscher, Niki Frantzeskaki, Siobhan Mc Quaid, Adina Dumitru, Stuart Connop, Paula Van der Gert, Peter Vos, Sean Kelly and Natalia Madajczyk)   
  FP 310: Multi-Relation-Perspective on Socio-Technical Transitions (Marco Schmitt, Elena Kaip, Roger Häußling and Martin Stark)   FP 180: The Innovation System Canvas as a methodological approach to support the setup and diffusion of TIS experiments (Claudia Hohmann and Bernhard Truffer)   FP 109: Experimenting with transdisciplinary governance to activate citizens to co-develop local climate change adaption measures in Dortmund and Cologne (Rick Hölsgens and Carolin Bauer)  

17:00-18:30 Parallel sessions (Global South/paper session):

T1 Governance T1 Governance/T6 Transitions in Practice T3 Power & Agency T5 Organizations and Industries T7 Geography of Transitions T1 Governance T2 Understanding Transitions
Global South Urban transition/Actors and rationalities Energy and climate change Energy and industry Scales and place-basedness Policy Water infrastructure
Dialogue session FP 206 Sustainability transitions beyond capitalism: disruption and creation in the Colombian peasant movement Territorio Campesino Agroalimentario (Olga Koretskaya and Giuseppe Feola) speed talks FP 309 Political Economy of Renewable Energy Transition in Oil Producing Countries: Oman Example (Aisha Al-Sarihi and Judith A. Cherni) speed talks FP 379: A functions approach for evaluating transformative innovation policy (Carolina R. Haddad and Anna Bergek) FP 45 Assessing transitions through socio-technical network analysis – a methodological framework and a case study from the water sector (Jonas Heiberg, Bernhard Truffer and Christian Binz)
  FP 15 Governance and Sustainability Transitions on New Urban Expansion: Alexandria Case, Egypt (Yahya Soliman)   FP 17 Pioneers in sustainability transitions in energy-related industries – evidence from Vietnam and Costa Rica (Frauke Urban, Giuseppina Siciliano, Alonso Villalobos, Anh Dang Nguyen and Markus Lederer)   FP 107: How transformative innovation policy leads to early lock-in for offshore wind (Adriaan van der Loos, Simona Negro and Marko Hekkert) FP 231: Windows of Opportunity for Transition of Water Infrastructure Systems (Amelie Bennich, Mats Engwall and David Nilsson)
  FP 88 Effects of conflicting rationalities during informal settlement upgrading processes on outcomes: A transitions perspective (George Kiambuthi Wainaina, Christoph Lüthi and Bernhard Truffer)  
  FP 449: Sustainability transitions and economic growth – Developing a precautionary oriented post-growth position (Ulrich Petschow, Florian Kern, David Hofmann and Cathérine Lehmann) FP 235: Navigating Institutional Complexity in Socio-Technical Transitions: an Analytical Framework and a Case Study of San Francisco’s On-site Non-potable Water Reuse Program (Miriam Hacker and Christian Binz)
  FP 484: Practices in sustainability transitions: review, reflections, and research directions (Elisabeth Marie Cassidy Svennevik)       FP 287: Lessons on how to govern decentralised sustainability transitions from multi-level natural resource governance: the case of electricity (Marie Claire Brisbois) FP 251: Assessing infrastructural transformations for sustainable cities (Mansi Jain)

18:45-20:00 Parallel sessions (mix session)

T2 Understanding Transitions T3 Power and Agency T5 Organizations and Industries T6 Transitions in Practice T7  Geography of Transitions T8 Ethical Aspects T9 Methodologies
          Just energy transitions  
Dialogue sessions Speed talks  Speed talks Dialogue session  Speed talks FP 261: A Shared Future? Achieving a Just Energy Transition via Indigenous Self-Determination, Recognition of Inherent and Treaty Rights, and UNDRIP in Canada (Heather Castleden, Mary Beth Doucette, Diana Lewis, Debbie Martin, Jeff Masuda and Hannah Neufeld)  Speed talks
          FP 295 Social entrepreneurship fighting energy poverty in energy transition. A systematic literature review (Maria-Jose Manjon, Amparo Merino and Iain Cairns)  
          FP 167 Just transitions in food systems: Widening the research agenda for justice considerations in sustainability transitions (Minna Kaljonen, Teea Kortetmäki, Theresa Tribaldos, Suvi Huttunen, Jyrki Niemi, Merja Saarinen, Jani Salminen and Liisa Valsta)  

Thursday, 20th Aug 2020

09:00-10:30 Parallel sessions (paper session)

T1 Governance T1 Governance T3 Power & Agency T4 Civil Society T5 Organizations and Industries T5 Organizations and Industries T7 Geography of Transitions
Mission orientation Transformative change Energy (coal and gas)   Strategies and dynamics Policies for accelerating transitions Urban transformation
FP 386 Coordinating Innovation: The Role of Public Agencies in Mission-Oriented Innovation Systems (Andreas P. Kopp) FP 233: Adapting Climate Change – How public actors in Sweden make sense of their role in adaptation (Christoffer Söderlund Kanarp and Lotten Westberg) FP 280: Political struggles over decline: Comparing the discourse on coal phase-out in the UK, Germany and Finland (Jochen Markard, Karoliina Isoaho and Linda Widdel) FP 179: Grassroots Innovations, Concrete Utopias and Resilience Pioneers: Mapping and Taking Issue with the Academic Turn to Local, Bottom-up Experiments in Sustainability Transitions (Hauke Dannemann, Margaret Haderer and Ingolfur Blühdorn) FP 377 The dynamic between policy mixes and the emergence of sustainable value chains: Comparative perspectives from biofuel development in Finland and Sweden (Barbara Hedeler, Jakob Donner-Amnell, Hans Hellsmark and Patrik Söderholm) FP 288 Is a policy mix more effective than individual policy for firm’s environmental performance? A quantitative policy evaluation based on Chinese textile industry (Rong Zhou, Luyi Chen and Yuan Zhou) FP 405: Mapping Approaches to Sustainable Just Cities and their Transformative Potential: the UrbanA Wiki Database from an Urban Transitions Perspective (Flor Avelino, Karlijn Schipper, Frank van Steenbergen, Tom Henfrey and Matthew Bach)
FP 511: Governing impossible mission-developing transformative policy mixes to decarbonize the harder-to-abate sectors in Taiwan (Chia-Wei Chao and Kuei-Tien Chou) FP 7: Societal transformations in models for energy and climate policy: The ambitious next step (Evelina Trutnevyte, Léon F. Hirt, Nico Bauer, Aleh Cherp, Adam Hawkes, Oreane Edelenbosch, Simona Pedde and Detlef van Vuuren) FP 60 Who is driving coal power exit in China? The dynamic roles of incumbents in China’s energy transition (Hao Tan, Jingyan Fu, Sung-Young Kim, John A Mathews and Elizabeth Thurbon) FP 197: Facing the change mirror, hold by ‘Act-Now’ activists (Aviel Verbruggen) FP 308: ‘Would turkeys vote for Christmas?’ Coopetition strategies for the upscaling of business models in socio-technical transitions (Kangas Hanna-Liisa, Salvatore Ruggiero and Salla Annala) FP 95: Inter-sectoral relations to accelerate technological innovation systems formation: determinants of actors’ entry into marine renewable energy technologies (Nuno Bento, Margarida Fontes and Juliana Barbosa) FP 500 Gaining deep leverage: Transdisciplinary labs for urban transformation governance (Niko Schäpke, John Holmberg, Johan Holmén, Gavin McCrory and Stephen Williams)
FP 304: Governing varieties of Mission-Oriented Innovation Policies: A new typology (Florian Wittmann, Miriam Hufnagl, Ralf Lindner, Florian Roth and Jakob Edler)  FP 573: What does outer Space mean for sustainability transitions: Towards a research agenda (Xiao-Shan Yap) FP 474: Fossil Gas – a mayor challenge for energy transitions LNG infrastructure expansion plans in Germany (Hanna Brauers, Isabell Braunger and Jessica Jewell) FP 225 How open-source hardware can succeed: a conceptual framework and case study of small wind turbines (Tobias Reinauer and Ulrich Elmer Hansen) FP 121 ‘Remaining grounded’ in sustainability transitions: A strategy for incumbents in emerging upstream value chain (Armaghan Chizaryfard and Emrah Karakaya) FP 16 Regional Lead Markets for Environmental Innovation (Sebastian Losacker) FP 551: Strategies for redressing projectification in urban experimentation: on portfolios and ecologies (Jonas Torrens and Timo von Wirth)
   FP 110: Governance challenges in changing environments: cross-organisational and multi-national risk management for wildfire disaster response operations (Florian Neisser, Claudia Berchtold and Benjamin Kaluza) FP 567: Disillusionment in renewable energy diffusion: A case study of biogas technology in Austria (Michael Kriechbaum)   FP 205: Cultural capital, lost in translation (Gillian Foster and Sigrid Stagl) FP 170: A roadmap for the use of the sustainable business model concept (Ingrid Mignon and Amanda Bankel) FP 366: Winners and Losers during transition: the case of urban water and energy systems in Sweden (Timos Karpouzoglou, Pär Blomqvist, Farzin Golzar, David Nilsson, Semida Silveira and Jörgen Wallin)

10:45-12:15 Parallel sessions (paper/dialogue session):

T1-T2 T2 Understanding Transitions T5 Organizations and Industries T6 Transitions in Practice T6 Transitions in Practice UTT Track T9 Methodologies/T1 Governance
  Deep transitions Incumbents/environment Mobility     Just transitions
Dialogue sessions FP 144 Measuring industrial modernity, 1900-2020: Evidence from Australia, Germany, and Russia (Laur Kanger, Peeter Tinits, Anna-Kati Pahker and Kati Orru) FP 64: Transforming incumbent organizations – conceptualisations of vehicle manufacturers in environmental innovation and sustainability transition studies (Thomas Magnusson and Viktor Werner) FP 158: e-Biking transitions: where is the window of opportunity? A look at the perceived experience from European users (Yannick Cornet and Holger Haubold) Dialogue session Dialogue session FP 282 Estimating the cost of a just transition in South Africa: protecting workers, stimulating regional development and accelerating a low-carbon transition (Michelle Cruywagen, Megan Davies and Mark Swilling)
  FP 585: World Wars and the age of energy abundance: unpacking directionality in Deep Transitions (Phil Johnstone and Caitriona McLeish) FP 23: Instigating regime change: Incumbents reorientation with radical innovation and strategies to overcome barriers (Shanyun Sam Lu and Kersti Karltorp) FP 204: Greening the Car? Conflict Dynamics within the German Platform for Electric Mobility (Ina Richter and Tobias Haas)     FP 154: Trade unions as a force for continuity or a force for transformation: The Norwegian trade union’s interpretation of a just transition in a fossil fuel economy (Håkon Endresen Normann and Silje Maria Tellmann)
  FP 184: Deep Institutional Innovation for Sustainability (Ian Hughes, Edmund Byrne, Markus Glatz-Schmallegger, Clodagh Harris, Kieran Keohane and Brian Ó Gallachóir) FP 211: Analysing transition potential in a changing sector environment: Vehicle-to-Grid in the UK fleet sector (Toon Meelen, Brendan Doody and Tim Schwanen)       FP 469: Responsible Sourcing on the Rise? Framing Responsibility in Global Mineral Supply Chains (Noe Barriere, Michael Gizicki-Neundlinger, Andreas Endl and Robert-Andre Martinuzzi
    FP 436: Whole system dynamics in the next phase of the energy transition: Insights from competing flexibility technologies in the German energy transition (Allan Andersen, Jochen Markard, Dierk Bauknecht and Magnus Korpås)        

12:30-13:45 Parallel sessions (paper/dialogue session):

T1 Governance T5 Organizations and Industries T6 Transitions in Practice T5-T9
Circular economy   Users and households/energy  
FP 274 Transitions towards circular economy: the case of Brighton and Dove (Nur Gizem Yalcin and Tim Foxon) Dialogue session FP 501 The Role of Users in Socio-technical Continuity and Change: Insights from the Case of Geothermal Heating in Reykjavík, 1930–1980 (Odinn Melsted) Dialogue sessions
FP 117: Circular Futures: What Will They Look Like? (Thomas Bauwens, Marko Hekkert and Julian Kirchherr)   FP 358: Household decision making at the end of premium feed in tariffs (Anthony Broese van Groenu, Heather Lovell and Evan Franklin)  
 FP 203: Trading Radical for Incremental Change: The Politics of a Circular Economy Transition in the German Packaging Sector (Machteld Simoens and Sina Leipold)   FP 265: How technology characteristics influence the emergence of advocacy coalitions in sustainability transitions – evidence from the German domestic heat system (Julius Wesche, Simona Negro, Heike Brugger, Wolfgang Eichhammer and Marko Hekkert)  

15:45-17:15 Parallel sessions (Viennese experience/dialogue sessions/paper sessions):

Making transitions happen – the Viennese experience T1 Governance T1 Governance T3 Power & Agency T7 Geography of Transitions T9 Methodologies
  Targets and visions for change Transport   Networks  
Dialogue sessions FP 328: Decline of fossils used in power generation needed to meet climate targets is consistent with historical trends except for coal in Asia (Vadim Vinichenko and Jessica Jewell) FP 369 Accelerating the production and diffusion of fuel cell vehicles: Experiences from California (Gregory Trencher) FP 267 Investigating political party position change on energy technologies: A comparative case study (Nicolas Schmid) FP 207: Network configurations of niche developments (Pasquale Marcello Falcone, Antonio Lopolito and Edgardo Sica) Dialogue session
  FP 81: Policy makers as institutional entrepreneurs: The opportunities and challenges of using missions for driving sustainability transitions (Matthijs Janssen, James Patterson and Joeri Wesseling)
FP 457: Disruption and mobility transformative effects of car sharing: a comparative practice analysis of Oslo, Malmö, and Rotterdam (Elisabeth Marie Cassidy Svennevik, Marc Dijk and Peter Arnfalk) FP 215 Strategy for circulating innovation: Incumbents, intermediaries and niches at the UK Low-Carbon Energy Revolution (Horacio Gonzalez) FP 61: Digital Fooding, Cashless Marketplace, and Reconnection in Intermediated Third-Places: Metropolitan Food Transitions in the Age of Prosumption (Raphaël Stephens and Marc Barbier)  
FP 298: Policy challenges for cross-sectoral transition processes: Insights from electrification of transport in Norway (Jørgen Aarhaug and Allan Dahl Andersen) FP 271: How field logics and positions shape sustainability activities on the local and supra-local scale: the case of religious organizations in Germany and Switzerlandt national and local scales in Germany and Switzerland (Jens Koehrsen, Fabian Huber and Julia Blanc)    

17:30-19:00 Parallel sessions (paper/dialogue session):

T1 Governance T2 Understanding Transitions T3 Power & Agency T5 Organizations and Industries T5-T8
  Transition Management   Food system  
  FP 65: Transition Management and Multi-Actor Multi-Criteria Analysis Intertwined: How MAMCA supports Transition Management and its political potential (Maria Luisa Lode, Cathy Macharis and Thierry Coosemans) FP 191: A Dramaturgy of Critical Moments in Transition: Understanding the dynamics of conflict in socio-political change (Suci Lestari Yuana, Frans Sengers, Wouter Boon, Maarten Hajer and Rob Raven) FP 238 The Rise of a New Episteme? An exploration of emergent food companies in Colombia (Sebastian Duenas Ocampo, Monica Ramos-Mejía Ramos-Mejía and Isabella Gomati de la Vega) Dialogue sessions
Dialogue session FP 327: Transition Management and Governance: historical evolution and future agenda (Derk Loorbach) FP 525: Unravelling non-human agency in the sustainability transitions-in-the-making (Maria Contesse, Jessica Duncan, Katharine Legun and Laurens Klerkx) FP 18: Production contracts as a networking lever for system building. Some evidence from a comparative analysis of agrifood value-chains in Europe (Célia Cholez and Marie-Benoît Magrini)  
  FP 448: The Role of Pilot and Demonstration Plants in Market Formation for Sustainable Technologies (Seyedesmaeil Mousavi, Hans Hellsmark and Patrik Söderholm) FP 397: Power questions for social innovation in energy transitions. Power theories and their implications for innovation and transitions research (Flor Avelino) FP 256: Establishing an arena aiming at sustainability transitions in agri-food systems: The case of organic vegetables and the boundaries, actors, and facilitation of the first collaborative and co-creative activities (Christine Hvitsand)  

Friday 21st August 2020

10:15-11:45 Parallel sessions (paper/dialogue session)

T1 -T2 T1 Governance T2 Understanding Transitions T3 Power & Agency T9 Methodologies
  Agri-food systems   Energy (power and actors)
Dialogue sessions FP 136: Embedding and governance of niche innovations for resilient agri-food systems: what triggers transformations in rural areas? (Rosalba Ortiz and Jordi Peris Blanes) FP 142: Unsustainable Transitions – A blind spot for transitions research? (Jochen Markard, Peter Wells, Xiao-Shan Yap and Harro van Lente) FP 78: Transition work: Analysing transition processes as interplay of actors, institutions and technologies – evidence from the German wind sector (Meike Löhr, Camilla Chlebna and Jannika Mattes) Dialogue session
  FP 171: Towards a destabilisation governance for unsustainable agri-food regimes (Philipp Spaeth, Leonard Frank and Doerte Peters) FP 230: The ‘backlash’ of transition experiments: explaining the rise, upscaling and phase-out of the 80 km/h sections on Dutch motorways (1999-2020) (Bonno Pel and Geert Teisman) FP 266: Components and Factors for Actualization of Collective Action Initiatives in the Energy Sector (Jay Gregg, Sophie Nyborg and Meiken Hansen)
  FP 391: Governing transitions towards Sustainable Agriculture – Taking stock of an Emerging Field of Research (Inga Melchior and Jens Newig) FP 38: An institutional logics perspective on the impact of global regimes on technological innovation systems: a case study of the industrial heat pump (Joeri Wesseling, Alco Kieft, Lea Fünfschilling and Marko Hekkert) FP 187: Negotiating Power: How citizens in Germany and Scotland are reassembling arenas of negotiation in energy distribution (Arwen Colell and Angela Pohlmann)
  FP 368: Transitions through dynamics of adaptive renewal cycles: evolution of the Finnish agrifood system (Irene Kuhmonen and Tuomas Kuhmonen) FP 572: The changing landscape of Deep Transitions: the case of chemical warfare and sociotechnical imprinting (Phil Johnstone, Caitriona McLeish and Johan Schot)

12:00-13:30 Parallel sessions (paper/dialogue session)

T1 Governance T2 Understanding Transitions T2-T3 T6 Transitions in Practice T7 Geography of Transitions T9 Methodologies
Innovation capacities Exnovation and decline     Place development  
FP 444 Innovative actions to build transformative capacity for urban transition in European and Chinese cities (Hans-Martin Neumann, Bernhard Müller, Susanne Meyer, Daiva Jakutyte-Walangitang, Gudrun Haindlmaier, Christoph Brodnik, Jianming Cai and Yan Han) FP 220 Exnovation for sustainability transitions: broadening an emerging research field with insights from political economy (Laura van Oers, Giuseppe Feola, Ellen Moors and Hens Runhaar) Dialogue sessions FP 427: Sustainability transition and everyday activities – a question of time (Barbara Smetschka, Dominik Wiedenhofer and Veronika Gaube) FP 549: An economic development agency as intermediary for sustainable urban development projects? – The case of military brownfield conversion visioning in a medium-sized German town (David Heimann) Dialogue session
FP 128 Governance capacities for scaling sustainability transition experiments: towards the large-scale implementation of nature-based solutions in cities (Katharina Hölscher, Paula Vandergert, Siobhan McQuaid, Marleen Lodder and Kato Allaert) FP 507: Transition governance amid destabilising regimes: Operationalising transition space (P.J. Beers and Derk Loorbach)   FP 14: Socio-technical scenarios and local practice – Assessing the future use of fossil-free alternatives in a regional energy and transport system (Thomas Magnusson, Stefan Anderberg, Sofia Dahlgren and Niclas Svensson) FP 145 From brownfield development to “utopian” campus: niche entrepreneurship in strategic action fields of urban development (Boris Bachmann and Matthias Wanner)  
FP 400: The role of innovation capabilities in sustainability transitions – images of the future of off-grid solar PV markets (Joni Karjalainen) FP 244: Destabilisation, decline and phase-out: systematic comparison and theory-building from cases (Bruno Turnheim)   FP 329 Contentious visioning in a Swedish food system innovation project. How veganism almost obstructed growing plant-based protein crops, or how sustainable trends can sometimes shoot themselves in the foot (Barbara Koole) FP 291: Regional identity – transitions in the “green heart” of the Netherlands (Annelli Janssen and Pj Beers)  

13:45-14:45 Parallel sessions (paper/speed talks/dialogue session)

T1 Governance T1 Governance T3 Power & Agency T5 -T8 T9 Methodologies
        Research perspectives
Dialogue session Speed talks Dialogue session Speed talks FP 471: Practitioner-university partnership for sustainable development – Conceptual and methodological considerations on effective sustainability transfer (Wibke Crewett, Uwe Demele, Bettina König and Benjamin Nölting)
        FP 565: Transitional legal approach as a way of bringing sustainability transitions into action – an outline of the methodology and practical examples (Andrzej Strzałkowski)
         FP 297: Organizing Research for Sustainability Transitions: bringing practice to theory (Derk Loorbach and Julia Wittmayer)