ATRIUM has opened its Call for Application for Transnational Access which funds training for researchers to assist them with their current projects.

There are two types of TNA applications:
• Individual Access – these are individual applications based on a specific research topic proposed by the applicant that match the specialisms of the host organisation.
• Summer School Access – these are fixed events during the year that provide access for a group of researchers based on a set of predetermined specialised topics.

Archaeologists may be interested in the following training opportunities:

  • ADS, UK – Summer School on the topics of digital preservation and data management best practices for archaeological data (11th to 15th November 2024)
  • AIS CR, Czech Republic – Summer School on the re-use and interoperability of archaeological data, emphasising the querying and analysis of data aggregated in the ARIADNE infrastructure (16th to 20th September 2024).
  • The Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities & Cultural Heritage (ACDH-CH) welcomes applications of ATRIUM fellows from broad spectrum of humanities disciplines (Linguistics, Literature, Musicology, Archaeology) interested in application of digital methods and tools to their respective humanities research, as well as applications of research data scientists or engineers focusing on the topics of semantic interoperability, metadata harmonisation, ontology alignment, conceptual modelling, and resource discovery.
  • APAC Labs, Cyprus  – offers expertise that covers the entire process of 3D documentation of archaeological sites, heritage monuments, artefacts, heritage assets and works of art, from data acquisition to processing, post-processing, archival, analysis and interpretation to browser-based publication. The training covers operating the instrumentation and the various software packages. Additional training relates to the integration of 3D data with analytical data (spectroscopy, hyper-spectral imaging, etc.) for a comprehensive characterisation of the materiality, techniques of manufacture and conservation conditions of heritage assets.
  • eHum PS, Poland – offers services relating to Data Collection & Storage, Data Processing, Analysis & Visualisation, and Sharing & Promotion of Results across the Digital Humanities.
  • VELab, Cyprus – offers personalised access on the topic of HBIM data and operation workflows, scan2BIM interoperability issues, the ‘H’ aspect of HBIM, multi-discipline data integration through HBIM for built heritage conservation. Applicants must have a basic knowledge of BIM software/modelling.

See the ATRIUM website for further information on all the TNA training on offer and application forms: