Department of Business Development and Technology

Lars Bækgaard

Associate Professor

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Lars Bækgaard

Associate Professor

  • Department of Business Development and Technology
Postal address:
Birk Centerpark 15
8001, 1205


Mobile: +4526392207

Phone: +4587166919


Associate Professor, AU Herning, Aarhus University.

Areas of interest

Information systems. Service innovation. Conceptual modeling. Enterprise architecture


M.Sc. (1988),
Ph.D. (1993), Aalborg University.


Aarhus University
August 2010 - . Associate professor.

Aars Business College
December 2009 - June 2010. Lecturer.

Aarhus School of Business
2009. External lecturer (part time)
April 2006 - June 2009. Associate professor
October 1996 - August 2000. Associate professor

Aalborg University
2004-2008. External lecturer (part time)
Juli 2003 - June 2004. Amanuensis
April 2001 - June 2003. Associate professor
1998. External lecturer (part time)
February 1988 - August 1990. Amanuensis
September 1992 - September 1996. Assistant professor

University of Maryland
1995-1996 (4 months). Visiting researcher
September 1990 - August 1992. Visiting researcher

IT University of Copenhagen
1999-2002. External lecturer (part time)

Aarhus University
September 1990 - August 1992. Research assistant

1984-1986 (part time). Software developer
March 1980 - September 1982. Software developer

Projects and networks

Egov+ (2008-2010). Principle investigator: Susanne Bødker. Purpose: Describe, analyzeand improve public services.

Library services (2007-2008). Principle investigator: Lars Bækgaard. Purpose: Describeand analyze change processes in a public library. The purpose of the changes is toimprove the library’s information services by means of digitalized information services.

NIAS. Purpose: Innovative administrative systems (2006-2008).

FUSS. Principle investigator: Palle Novack. Grant: IT-Vest. Purpose: Activity modeling(2004-2005).

FlexHouse (1998-2000). Principle investigator: Lars Bækgaard. DKr. 612.000,- from TheDanish Research Councils. Purpose: Data warehouse design. Multi-dimensional modeling.Flexible information systems. Language for multidimensional queries.

ISS - Intelligent Search Systems (1994-1995). Principle investigator: Troels Andreasen.Grant: The Danish Research Councils. Purpose: Flexible query answering.

LUKAS (1994-1995). Principle investigator: Lars Mathiassen. Grant: The Danish ResearchCouncils. Purpose: Transfer of research knowledge to industri.

Conference activities

Programme committees. EMISA’09. EMISA’07. FQAS’94.

Conference chair. Danish Database Workshop, Aalborg University, 1997.

Session chair. IADIS’08

Panelist. DOLAP’99 - “Future Trends in Data Warehousing and Online AnalyticalProcessing”.

Reviewing and evaluation

PhD committee. Dan Rasmussen, SummarySQL - a General Purpose Fuzzy Query Language, Roskilde University (1997).

Journals. Electronic Markets. European Journal of Information Systems. Business Process Management Journal. IEEE Transactions on Data and Knowledge Engineering.The Computer Journal. Information Processing Letters. ACM Transactions on DatabaseSystems. Information Sciences.

Book chapters. Peter Rittgen, Handbook of Ontologies for Business Interaction, IDEAGroup Publishing, 2007. Matti Rossi & Keng Siau (eds.), Information Modeling in the newMillennium, IDEA Group Publishing, 2001.

Conferences. International Conference on Data Engineering. SIGMOD Conference.European Conference on Information Systems. American Conference on InformationSystems. ICIS International Conference on Information Systems.


Creation of database research group. Aalborg University (1992-1996).

Member of committee for master studies. Aarhus School of Business.

Member of International committee for student exchange. Aarhus School of Business.

Member of IT committee for IT. Aalborg University.