Tanja Sinozic studied science and technology policy, planning, environmental policy, and economics, and is interested in how technologies evolve and interact with the economy and society.
Tanja Sinozic completed her PhD at SPRU, University of Sussex, her MPhil at the University of Cambridge and her BSc at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Her doctorate in Science and Technology Policy Studies, obtained in 2014, investigated learning processes in diagnostic imaging technologies in the UK National Health Service (NHS).
Before joining ITA in October 2015, Tanja Sinozic worked at the Department of Socioeconomics at the WU Vienna University of Economics and Business on the evolution of the medical devices, New Media, and environmental technology sectors in Vienna and in Austria (cluster-life-cycles.eu), and on the interactions between the EU and Neighbourhood Countries on issues of technology policy (SEARCH Project). During her time in the UK, Tanja worked at SPRU on the topics of anchor firms in pharma-biotech, and on user innovation at CMIS and at CENTRIM, University of Brighton.
Tanja Sinozic has published a few papers on the topics of cluster evolution, regional development, the European Neighbourhood Policy, user innovation and healthcare technologies. She is currently working on publishing from her thesis. http://www.oeaw.ac.at/ita/en/about-us/the-ita-team/tanja-sinozic/about/
Text mining, Organisational learning, Creative industries, Cluster evolution, Healthcare innovation , Technology and innovation management, Technology and innovation policy
European Regional Development
PhD, Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), 2014
MPhil, University of Cambridge, 2002-2003
BSc, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1998-2001"