Department of Digitalization
Overview of projects
|Responsible||Name of Project||Grant Giver|
|Rony Medaglia||SDC-Co-funding of Ph.D.||The Danish SDC secretariat|
|Jan Damsgaard||Innovationsnetværket for Finans IT||Forsknings og Innovationsstyrelsen|
|Ravi Vatrapu||Big Data Analytics for Social Business||Industriens Fond|
|Stefan Henningsson||CORE||FP 7|
|Jan Damsgaard||Fra Big Data til Big Business||Industriens Fond|
|Ravi Vatrapu||Copenhagen Health Innovation med KU||Region Hovedstaden|
|Matthias Trier||BPM-Online Learning Tools||Erasmus|
|Torkil Clemmensen||MOCCA||EU H2020|
|Attila Marton||Visiting Professor 2017 Hamid Ekbia, DIGI||Otto Mønsted Fond|
|Kim Normann Andersen||Digital Transformation of Work||Ministeriet for Forskning, Innovation og Videregåe|
|Till Winkler||A Cross-National Comparison of Health information||Ministeriet for Forskning, Innovation og Videregåe|
|Ravi Vatrapu||Social Media & Society 2018 conference||Carlsberg Fondet|
The objective of this PhD project funded by the Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research (SDC) is to investigate the use of social media as a tool for collaboration between public and private organizations. The project focuses on a number of cases of collaboration between public and private actors for public digital services in China. The project findings aim at providing new knowledge on:
How to establish novel public-private governance arrangements
How different stakeholders accommodate different views on technology.
- Tools that can collect, combine and analyze data from both external and internal data sources.
- Models to extract and include business data and social data for process optimization and product innovation.
- Models to predict sales based on analysis of social data from, for example, CRM systems.
- Control panels so that the company can track data in real time.
- We connect all members of the fintech ecosystem
- Copenhagen FinTech runs the Copenhagen Fintech Lab which is our co-working space for fintech entrepeneurs. We offer cheap and flexible office space in a dynamic innovative environment.
- Copenhagen FinTech administers the Innovation Network for Finance It. This allows us to fund public-private research projects that benefits the entire ecosystem.
- All our main activities supports our overarching vision of being the catalyst for incubation of the danish fintech ecosystem, to create growth and allow the fintech startups to scale.
CORE will consolidate, amplify, extend and demonstrate EU knowledge and capabilities and international co-operation for securing supply chains whilst maintaining or improving business performance, with specific reference to key Supply ChainCorridors. CORE will be driven by the requirements of:
- the Customs, law enforcement authorities, and other agencies nationally and internationally to increase effectiveness of security & trade compliance, without increasing the transaction costs for business and to increase co-operative security risk management (supervision & control);
- the business communities, specifically shippers, forwarders, terminal operators, carriers and financial stakeholders to integrate compliance and trade facilitation concepts like green lanes and pre-clearance with supply chain visibility andoptimisation.
CORE will consolidate solutions developed in Reference Projects in each supply chain sector (port, container, air, post).Implementation-driven R&D will be then undertaken designed to discover gaps and practical problems and to develop capabilities and solutions that could deliver sizable and sustainable progress in supply chain security across all EU Member States and on a global scale.
Formålet er at give indsigt i de muligheder, der ligger i at udnytte Big Data, herunder at skabe et mødested for virksomheder, der har data til rådighed, og virksomheder, der ønsker at tilegne sig ny data.
I projektet gennemføres fire arbejdspakker, som på forskellig vis hjælper virksomheder til at transformere Big Data til profitable forretningsmodeller gennem en nytænkning af eksisterende forretningsmodeller. Forskerne i projektet har i dialog med danske virksomheder identificeret fire områder, som aktuelt udgør en hindring i forhold til at skabe værdi af Big Data:
- Manglende kompetencer i virksomheden.
- Manglende forståelse af kundebehov.
- Manglende strategisk mindset.
- Manglende tilstedeværelse af et neutralt interaktionssted for salg og køb af Big Data.
Copenhagen Health Innovation (CHI) focuses on developing new education and development activities focusing on health innovation and entrepreneurship. CHI is developed and offered in collaboration between the University of Copenhagen, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen Business School, Metropol University of Applied Sciences, City of Copenhagen and Capital Region.
- develop unique interdisciplinary courses and education in health innovation
- strengthen innovation skills and stimulate the entrepreneurial mindset among talented students, educators and health professionals
- develop new health solutions in interaction with practice, the innovation environment and industry for the benefit of patients and citizens
The goal of the BPM_Online project was to establish executive BPM education throughout Europe within a network of leading BPM research institutions. They jointly developed a reference curriculum for BPM executive education that can be used by educational institutions across Europe to accelerate BPM education and to foster excellence and innovation in various sectors of economy and society, in particular, industry, banking, administration, education, government and health.
InnoCoast: Innovation in Coastal Tourism: Co-creating Competitive Experiences
- New business models, networks and suggestions of experience designs to benefit the development of nature, culture and food tourism and the reduction of seasonality effects
- Strategic directions to enter the sharing economy with collaborative and peer-to-peer entrepreneurial solutions adapted to coastal contexts
- Governance innovations entailing coordinated, intersectoral regulatory interventions for the coastal tourism context
MOCCA: Mobile context-aware cross-cultural applications
- Identify the user experience problems that exists in mobile context-awareness system in Europe and China, and uncover the key factors producing the problems;
- Examine the influence of context-awareness factors and culture difference on mobile context-aware cross-cultural applications (MOCCA);
- Apply the findings to improving the design of mobile context-awareness systems and demonstrate specific user experiences for European and Chinese users of smart phones with cultural adaptability.
Visiting Professor 2017 Hamid Ekbia, DIGI
- Develop a promising new research program on the “New Division of Labour between Humans and Machines”. A detailed outline of the proposed new research program can be found in Annex A.
- Collaborate on scientific articles with colleagues at ITM with the objective of generating at least one co-authored article to be published in Management Information Systems Quarterly (MISQ), Academy of Management Review (AMR) or Organization Science (ORSC).
- Are the tasks and the nature of decision-making in administrative organizations being transformed with the use modern technologies ? If yes, what is the nature of the transformation? Focus area 1 will revisit the classical work by Herbert Simon, hence focusing on administrative behaviour.
- Is the nature of how management respond to the opportunities and challenges raised by new technologies challenging the classical areas of strategy, changing the attention to technology as the key driver for change? Focus area 2 will revisit the classical strategy-work by Chandler exploring how management takes decisions:long-term (strategy), mid-term (tactical), and short term (operational) perspectives with respect to transformation of work.
- Are concerns on privacy and norms being balanced in new ways due to the advantages in technologies? This focus area relies on the work by Westin (Privacy & Freedom) hence exploring whether workers perceive their privacy sphere being invaded by technologies and whether workers balance the possible
The 2018 conference will be held at the Copenhagen Business School and hosted by the Centre for Business Data Analytics from July 18th to the 20th.