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ATRIUM TNA Call opened

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 [...]

ATRIUM TNA Call opened2024-04-09T16:51:39+02:00

Second ARIADNE RI General Assembly Highlights

The second ARIADNE RI General Assembly was held on Monday 25th March where the two directors, Franco Niccolucci and Julian Richards provided a very upbeat overview of the finances and future plans. Former ARIADNEplus partners INRAP have joined as an institutional member and, David Wigg-Wolf from RGK has joined as [...]

Second ARIADNE RI General Assembly Highlights2024-04-13T19:19:26+02:00

Revisiting the Valletta Convention for the Digital Age

The EAC have released new Guidelines  "Revisiting the Valletta Convention for the Digital Age: Position statement on archiving primary archaeological data" which are to be shared and used: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10695890. The topic of digital archiving has been addressed by both the EAC Working Group for Archaeological Archives and the SEADDA COST [...]

Revisiting the Valletta Convention for the Digital Age2024-04-08T16:58:37+02:00

Semantic Modelling Workshop Series: Controlled Representation of Linked Archaeological Datasets

As part of the continued research within the framework of the 'Archaeological Excavation Semantic Modelling Workgroup' that was initially set up during the ARIADNEplus project, the University of Patras and Takin Solutions are organising a workshop "Controlled Representation of Linked Archaeological Datasets: A Semantic Reference Data Model (SRDM) Approach" led [...]

Semantic Modelling Workshop Series: Controlled Representation of Linked Archaeological Datasets2024-02-16T13:32:04+01:00

The ATRIUM Kick-off Meeting 1st-2nd February

The ATRIUM Kick-off Meeting meeting started with a brief overview given by Megan Black (Project Manager) and Toma Tasovac (Project Coordinator) of DARIAH. Toma outlined how ATRIUM is focussed on demonstrators and workflows along with capacity building and upskilling of people working in the Digital Humanities. In addition, ATRIUM has [...]

The ATRIUM Kick-off Meeting 1st-2nd February2024-02-09T23:15:29+01:00

EAA 2024 – Call for Papers: Capacity Building for FAIR Data Sharing and Digital Preservation

(Session 381, Discussion with formal abstracts) More than other disciplines, archaeology relies on the proper collection, documentation and publication of data because of excavations being an inherently destructive methodology. Moreover, research progress relies strongly on sharing this data to allow or comparison and contextualisation of findings and processes. In the [...]

EAA 2024 – Call for Papers: Capacity Building for FAIR Data Sharing and Digital Preservation2024-01-10T17:40:16+01:00

ARIADNE Papers published in Internet Archaeology

This special issue of Internet Archaeology presents some of the achievements of the European infrastructure projects, ARIADNEplus (2019-22) and the preceding ARIADNE initiative (2013-17), with additional contributions from members of the COST Action SEADDA (2019-23). These consist of an Introduction and 15 papers from contributors based in Europe, South America and [...]

ARIADNE Papers published in Internet Archaeology2023-11-08T14:36:35+01:00

ATRIUM proposal successful for Humanities infrastructures

The ARIADNE RI has won further funding with the proposal Advancing FronTier Research In the Arts and hUManities (ATRIUM) – awarded through the HORIZON Research and Innovation Actions. ATRIUM will exploit and strengthen complementarities between leading European Humanities infrastructures: DARIAH, ARIADNE, CLARIN and OPERAS in order to provide vastly improved [...]

ATRIUM proposal successful for Humanities infrastructures2023-09-30T20:13:30+02:00
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