Organisation

The Steering Group constitutes of one representative from each of the five participating institutions, a representative of Realdania and an external member representing the users of the center knowledge development.

CISBO's steering committee consists of:

  • Torben Sigsgaard (AU) Center manager
  • Geo Clausen (DTU)
  • Steffen Loft (KU)
  • Peder Wolkoff (NFA)
  • Lars Gunnarsen (SBi)
  • Lennie Clausen (Realdania representative)
  • Ole Bønnelycke (External member)

Ole Bønnelycke has entered CISBO's steering committee to ensure an important link to industry and the users.

The Steering Group will meet 3-4 times a year and may appoint new members.

The person responsible for CISBO is Professor Torben Sigsgaard, University of Aarhus. CISBO's assistant, Ingunn Skogstad Riddervold, assist with daily management duties in the center and manage the center's economy, accounts and budgets.

The Center's daily management includes one representative from each of the participating institutions. Management tasks are divided into the administrative management and research management. The center manager is responsible for the administrative management. A central task for the daily management is drawing up proposals and updating the strategy for the center. These proposals are considered and approved in the Center's steering committee. This work is coordinated by the center manager.
 
Economy
CISBO is organized as a research center without walls. The center will as a rule exist in the next 5 years (years 2009 to 2013). The center has a gross budget of 40 million Danish kr. over 5 years, of which Realdania has financed the 30 mil. From the gross budget of 40 million Danish kr. almost 34 million will be implemented of research activities. About 3 million Danish kr. is used for communication activities, while the remaining approx. 3 million is used for administration. The center appropriation will be administered by the Aarhus University.

Derived from the budget and the contribution of Realdania, the Center will organize an active application strategy in relation to both national and international (EU) research funding. The aim is to increase the total activity within its focus areas and to provide resources for the continuation of the center beyond the first 5 years.