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Anton Sentic

anton.sentic@unifr.ch

SENIOR RESEARCHER
Skills

  • Transitions Studies, particularly sustainable transitions in the energy and transport sectors
  • Innovation Research, management of innovations and innovation processes
  • Sustainable business development, strategic CSR, social sustainability in corporate settings
  • Environmental Management Systems (EMAS, ISO 14000)
  • Waste Management, particularly waste prevention and re-use approaches

Address

BFF 13B bu. 44A
Passage du Cardinal 13B
1700 Fribourg

Office

BFF 13B, 44A

  • Publications

    List of publications

    Published work

    1. Coles, A.-M., Piterou, A., Sentić, A. (2017) Is small really beautiful? A review of the concept of niches in innovation. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, p. 1–14. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537325.2017.1408907
    2. Provasnek, A., Sentic, A., Schmid, E. (2017) Integrating Eco-Innovations and Stakeholder Engagement for Sustainable Development and a Social License to Operate. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 24 (3), p. 173-185 DOI: 10.1002/csr.1406
    3. Manikas, I., Hamann, K., Sentic, A. (2016) Quality management schemes and connections to the concept of sustainability in the food chain. In: Iakovou, E., Bochtis, D., Vlachos, D., Aidonis, D. (eds.) Supply Chain Management for Sustainable Food Networks. Wiley, Chichester, UK

     

    Peer reviewed conference papers

    1. Sentic, A., Coles, A.M., Piterou, A. (2017) Persistence of innovative technologies in long-term co-development and transition processes: the case of CHP technologies in the UK. Paper submitted to IST2017, Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden, 18-21 June 2017
    2. Sentic, A (2016) Development, stagnation and decline of process technologies: An observation of the history of two CHP application niches. Paper presented to 50th SPRU Anniversary Conference, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK, 7-9 September 2016
    3. Sentic, A (2015) The development of combined heat and power (CHP) in the United Kingdom: A case history of niche failure and resilience. Paper presented to 6th International Sustainability Transitions Conference (IST), University of Sussex, Brighton, UK, 25-28 August 2015

     

    Conference presentations

    1. Sentic, A. (2017) Persistence of innovative technologies in long-term co-development and transition processes: the case of CHP technologies in the UK. Presented at the IST2017 conference, Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden, 18-21 June 2017
    2. Sentic, A  (2017) Challenges to the development of sustainable innovations in changing contexts: the curious case of combined heat and power in the UK. Presented at the 2nd PhDs in Transitions Conference, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, 27-28 April 2017
    3. Sentic, A (2016) Niche development in sustainable energy transitions: The case of combined heat and power in the United Kingdom. Presented at the 15th Annual STS Conference Graz 2016 – Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies, Graz, Austria, May 9th-10th 2016
    4. Sentic, A (2016) Dynamics of sustainability transition processes: The example of combined heat and power (CHP) technologies in the United Kingdom. Presented at the 1st PhDs in Transitions Conference, University of Greenwich, London, UK, 27-28 April 2016
    5. Sentic, A (2015) Dynamics of Sustainability Transition Processes: The example of combined heat and power (CHP) technologies in the United Kingdom. Presented at the 21st Annual SPRU DPhil Day, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK, 5-6 May 2015

  • Teaching and courses

    Digitale (R)evolution – Umbruch & Kontinuität UE-EGE.00091 Master, SA-2019
    Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences

    Thursday 13:15 - 16:00, PER21 Room F205

    Innovations- und Technologiemanagement UE-EGE.00008 Master, SA-2019
    Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences

    Thursday 09:15 - 12:00, PER21 Room F205

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