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Professor Charles Møller, Center for Industrial Production, Aalborg University
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Business process Innovation

The vision behind this program is to develop an international recognized research program on business process innovation (BPI) in global supply chains based on advanced enterprise information systems. There are three purposes of this program: 1) Develop a research program focused on BPI and promoting a national and an international network of researchers and industries; 2) Promote the ideas of BPI to the industry by collaborating on research and by disseminating new knowledge to a larger audience; and 3) Advance engineering and business education on BPI by exploring new innovative curriculum and new ways of delivering knowledge.
Budget: 4.464.375 DK (+ 2 Ph.D.)
Sponsor: Aalborg University, Danfoss
Period: 07-12 (60 month)

Designing Integrated Processes based on New Advanced Enterprise Systems Technology – Establishing the Process Innovation Laboratory

The main result from this project will be a conceptual framework for a process innovation laboratory – the ?-Lab. This laboratory represents a new approach to designing integrated processes based on enterprise systems and the project provide an original contribution to research in ES as well as education and practice. Role: Main applicant
Budget: 629.886 DK
Sponsor: Aarhus School of Business, Otto Mønsteds Fond
Period: 05-06 (7 month)

ERP management

A pre-project with the purpose of establishing a larger research agency funded program on ERP management (Enterprise Systems Management). Role: Co-Manager of project.
Budget: 75,000 DK.
Sponsor: IT-Vest
Period: 04-05 (8 month)

IMERAS (Implementation of ERP and APS systems)

A research project carried out in collaboration with Computer Science Department at Aalborg University. The project is co-funded by CIP and the Danish Ministry of Trade and Industry.
Role: Project Manager
Budget: 4.25 MDK.
Sponsor: The Danish Agency for Trade and Industry (In Danish: Erhvervsfremmestyrelsen, grant no. 1999-603/4004-4).
Period: 00-03 (36 month)

PITNIT (Process Integration and Transformation using Networked Information Technology)

A research project carried out in collaboration with Computer Science Department and Business Economics Department at Aalborg University as well as Aarhus University. This project was funded by the Danish Research Council. Role: Co-author of proposal, Project participant
Budget: 8.2 MDK.
Sponsor: Danish Research Council, IT program (Grant no. 9900102)
Period: 99-03 (48 month)

NGSC (Next-generation Supply Chain)

A research project carried out in collaboration with the Center for Logistics and Transportation (CLT). CLT includes Danish Universities, Business Schools and research institutions in the logistics field. The project is co-funded by CIP and the Danish Ministry of Trade and Industry. Role: Author of proposal, Project Manager
Budget: 5 MDK.
Sponsor: The Danish Agency for Trade and Industry (In Danish: Erhvervsfremmestyrelsen, grant no. 1999-603/4004-1).
Period: 00-02 (24 month)

LOKNIT (Ledelses- Organisations- og Kompetenceudvikling baseret på ny Netværks InformationsTeknologi)

A research project carried out in collaboration with Computer Science Department and Business Economics Department at Aalborg University. The project was funded by the European Union, Mål 2 program. Role: Co-author of proposal, Project participant
Budget: 18 MDK.
Sponsor: Mål 2 program (European Union)
Period: 00-02 (24 month)

CO-IMPROVE (Continuous Improvements in Extended Manufacturing Enterprises)

A research project carried out in collaboration with Aalborg University/Center for Industrial Production (Denmark) as program managers, Twente University (Netherlands), Trinity College (Ireland), Politecnico di Milan (Italy), three industrial companies (Danfoss, Denmark; Aermacchi, Italy, Power Packer, Netherlands), and two IT-companies (IFS, Sweden; Tasis, Greece)
Role: Co-author of proposal, Project participant (until 2001)
Budget: exceed 23 MDK.
Sponsor: European Union, 5.th framework program
Period: 01-03 (36 month)

ULTRA (Development of future transport concepts)

Development of the transportation concepts for the future: A research project carried out in collaboration with the Center for Logistics and Transportation (CLT). CLT includes Danish Universities, Business Schools and research institutions in the logistics field. The project is funded by the Danish Ministry of Trade and Industry.
Role: Author of proposal, Project Manager of two sub-projects (until 2001).
Budget: 26 MDK.
Sponsor: Ministry of Business and Trade, Sanistål, Gasa, Transportgruppen, Bantex
Period: 00-04 (48 month)

Extended Enterprise basic research program

The research objectives of the extended enterprise basic research program was to develop a theoretical framework for the extended enterprise with emphasis on classifying different types of networks, metrics, interaction patterns in the chain and integration mechanisms, e.g. competence development in networks and inter-organizational learning.
Role: Program Coordinator (until 2001).
Budget: Part of Center for Industrial Production.
Sponsor: Danish Technical Research Council.
Period: 99-03.

Supply Chain Management applied research program

The Supply Chain Management applied research program is a project within the Center for Industrial Production and with industrial collaboration. Particular emphasis is placed upon the development of a theoretical framework for the supply chain; methodologies and tools for design, implementation and management of inter-organizational processes
Role: Program Coordinator (until 2001)
Budget: 5+ Ph.D. projects
Sponsor: Danish Technical Research Council, B&O, LEGO, Danfoss, Coloplast
Period: 99-03

Center for Logistics and Goods Transportation

Center for Logistics and Goods-transportation: A research project carried out in collaboration with the Center for Logistics and Transportation (CLT). CLT includes Danish Universities, Business Schools and research institutions in the logistics field. The project is financed by the Danish Technical Research Council.
Role: Co-author of proposal (until 2001)
Budget: 35 MDK. (50% approved)
Sponsor: Danish Technical Research Council (conditioned acceptance)
Period: 01-05 (48 month)

Center for Industrial Production

A Danish Industrial Research Center
Role: Main author of proposal and member of the management group (until 2001)
Budget: exceed 120 MDK.
Sponsor: Danish Technical Research Council, Ministry of Business and Trade
Period: 99-03 (48 month)
(c) Charles Møller, 2007