Since May 2012, Petter works as a doctorate within the complex systems group at Physical Resource Theory at Chalmers University of Technology. His work focuses on applying a complexity perspective to analyze the social implications of the innovation processes of our society, attempting to find ways to improve these processes to reduce their negative social and environmental externalities. This research question includes multiple more specific research topics, such as using automobility as an illustrating example.
|Articles by Petter Tornberg:||Date|
|Open source and exodus through the commons||06 Aug 2012|
|Can SMOG help lift the fog?||06 Aug 2012|
|Software Engineering and Formal Processes||06 Aug 2012|
|Petter Tornberg's book reviews||Date|
|Economics Unmasked, Philip Smith and Manfred Max-Neef||08 Aug 2012|
|Cybernetic Revolutionaries – Technology and Politics in Allendes Chile, Eden Medina||08 Aug 2012|