eScience Center and CLARIAH grant four projects in the Arts and Humanities
The eScience Center and CLARIAH are pleased to announce the initiation of four new projects in the Arts and Humanities. The four projects will pursue new scientific domain challenges and enhance and accelerate the process of scientific discovery within the Arts and Humanities using computer science, data science, and eScience technologies.
Scheduled to start in the second half of 2017, the projects are collaborations with research teams from multiple Dutch academic groups. The granted projects will use, adapt, and integrate existing methods and tools, as made available through the CLARIAH and eScience Center software infrastructures. Newly developed tools will be made available through the eScience Technology Platform of the Netherlands eScience Center and the CLARIAH Infrastructure for potential use in other studies.
The granted projects are:
About the ADAH Call
The four projects result from the recent ADAH call (Accelerating Scientific Discovery in the Arts and Humanities). The purpose of the 2016 ADAH call is to enable researchers working in the Arts and Humanities to address compute-intensive and/or data-driven problems within their research and to contribute to a generic and sustainable research software infrastructure.
About the Netherlands eScience Center
The eScience Center is the national hub for the development and application of domain overarching software and methods for the scientific community. The eScience Center develops crucial bridges between increasingly complex modern e-infrastructures and the growing demands and ambitions of scientists from across all scientific disciplines.
CLARIAH is a national project that is designing, constructing and exploiting the Dutch parts of the European CLARIN and DARIAH infrastructures. CLARIAH covers the humanities as a whole but has three core discipline areas: linguistics, media studies, and socio-economic history.