I am interested in collaborating with scientists and engineers who want to be responsive and empathetic to public interests and concerns. My research background is in the fields of Science and Technology Studies and Responsible Research and Innovation. My current work is focused on understanding how different societal orders are reflected in envisioned technological futures, and in the political and commercial affordances of technological promise making.
Before joining OsloMet I helped facilitate university technology transfer activities at several four-year comprehensive campuses in the University of Wisconsin System. I have also served as a Project Manager at the Norwegian Board of Technology and maintain a membership at UW-Madison’s Holtz Center for Science & Technology Studies.
Fields of study
To support the European Commission in the development and implementation of the FOOD 2030 policy framework and its action plan, FIT4FOOD2030 aims to establish a sustainable multi-stakeholder, multi-level platform, mobilizing a wide variety of stakeholders at the level of cities, regions, countries, and Europe.
Markusson, Nils; Tyfield, David; Stephens, Jennie; Gjefsen, Mads Dahl (2020). Promises of climate engineering after neoliberalism. Sapinski, J. P.; Buck, Holly Jean; Malm, Andreas (Ed.). Has It Come to This? The Promises and Perils of Geoengineering on the Brink. 14. Rutgers University Press.
Shelley-Egan, Clare; Gjefsen, Mads Dahl; Nydal, Rune
Consolidating RRI and Open Science: Understanding the potential for transformative change.
Life Sciences, Society and Policy
Markusson, Nils; Gjefsen, Mads Dahl; Stephens, Jennie; Tyfield, David (2017). The political economy of technical fixes: The (mis)alignment of clean fossil and political regimes. Energy Research & Social Science . Vol. 23.
Gjefsen, Mads Dahl (2017). Crafting the expert-advocate: training and recruitment efforts in the carbon dioxide capture and storage community. Innovation. The European Journal of Social Sciences . Vol. 30.
Gjefsen, Mads Dahl; Fisher, Erik
From Ethnography to Engagement: The Lab as a Site of Intervention.
Science as Culture
Gjefsen, Mads Dahl
Carbon Cultures: Technology Planning for Energy and Climate in the US and EU.
Science & Technology Studies
Gjefsen, Mads Dahl
Limits to prediction: Europeanizing technology in an expert forum.
European Journal of Futures Research
Gjefsen, Mads Dahl (2015). Vehicle or destination? Discordant perspectives in CCS advocacy. 170 p.
Fixdal, Jon; Gjefsen, Mads Dahl (2014). Perspektivmeldingen - en enighetsmaskin?. ISBN: 978-82-92447-74-1. Norges forskningsråd.
Vie, Knut Jørgen; Thorstensen, Erik; Gjefsen, Mads Dahl; Nichele, Stefano; Tufte, Gunnar
The 32nd annual workshop of the Swedish Artificial Intelligence Society. Chalmers AI Research Centre.
Gjefsen, Mads Dahl; Svare, Helge; Yazidi, Anis; Giannoumis, G. Anthony; Gåseidnes, Sigrid; Knutsen, Leif; Habib, Laurence Marie Anna; Geirbo, Hanne Cecilie (2019). Explainable AI for the Norwegian innovation support system: Developing a responsible “sandbox” approach. NEON-dagene 2019.
Gjefsen, Mads Dahl; Vie, Knut Jørgen (2019). Forskersonen-panelene "Hvordan forske på forskningskommunikasjon og hva fant vi?" og "Hvordan kommuniserer forskere, brukere og kommunikatører?". Forskningskommunikasjonsdagene 2019. forskning.no.
Paca, Cristina; Fenollosa, Carmen; Broerse, Jacqueline; Regeer, Barbara; den Boer, Alanya; Kok, Kris; Gjefsen, Mads Dahl (2019). Urban experimentation: The Fit4Food2030 city labs. Magarini, Andrea; Porreca, Elisa (Ed.). European cities leading in urban food systems transformation: connecting Milan & FOOD 2030. 2.3.. p. 16-18. European Commission.
Shelley-Egan, Clare; Gjefsen, Mads Dahl; Nydal, Rune (2019). Consolidating RRI and Open Science: understanding the potential for transformative change. OsloMet Workshop on Opening Ethics Research and Research Governance.