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CAA 2025 Call for Sessions

The 52nd International Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) will be held in Athens, Greece, from 5 to 9 May 2025. Proposals are invited for sessions on any aspect of computer applications or quantitative methods in archaeology. Sessions engaging with the theme “Digital Horizons: Embracing Heritage [...]

CAA 2025 Call for Sessions2024-07-10T12:18:06+02:00

Entangled Africa joins the ARIADNE RI

The ARIADNE RI is delighted to welcome the Data Centre for the Humanities of the University of Cologne (DCH der Universität zu Köln) as a new member. The DCH will be contributing the data created by projects from the priority-programme 2143 "Entangled Africa", funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), [...]

Entangled Africa joins the ARIADNE RI2024-07-08T14:54:51+02:00

Portal updated to improve search results

Sort options menu for Portal search results Some recent updates have been made by SND to the ARIADNE Portal to improve the filtering of the search results. The Order options for sorting the results have been updated as follows: The arrow icon replaced with text, e.g. “most recent” [...]

Portal updated to improve search results2024-07-03T17:57:09+02:00

The Discovery Programme joins the ARIADNE RI

  An Grianán, Stone Fort (3D Model).  The Discovery Programme: Centre for Archaeology and Innovation Ireland was founded in 1991 with the aim of “Enhancing the understanding of Ireland’s past through archaeological and related research in the humanities and sciences” and using education and outreach to promote this. [...]

The Discovery Programme joins the ARIADNE RI2024-07-03T15:17:06+02:00

ATRIUM: Progress for the first six months

Following the kick-off meeting of ATRIUM at the end of January, several foundation tasks are under way such as preparation of the Data Management Plan and the internal Dissemination and Communication Plan. A Grant Agreement is in progress to add the University of Coimbra as an affiliated entity. The dissemination [...]

ATRIUM: Progress for the first six months2024-07-01T16:43:06+02:00

atRium Brno Training School

Querying data aggregated in the ARIADNE infrastructure and their spatial analysis in R The Institute of Archaeology at the Czech Academy of Sciences in Brno is running a five-day ‘atRium’ training school in computational archaeology covering the essential coding skills in the R programming language, knowledge of archaeological data integrated [...]

atRium Brno Training School2024-05-22T13:44:55+02:00

Data conversations made easy: AI-on-Demand showcase for Cultural Heritage

May 27, 2024 at 11:00 to 14:00 Atrij ZRC, Novi trg 2, Ljubljana and on Zoom Full programme and registration. Overview The way we interact with data is undergoing a significant transformation, and Large Language Models (LLMs) are at the forefront of this revolution. From internal knowledge bases to external, customer-facing [...]

Data conversations made easy: AI-on-Demand showcase for Cultural Heritage2024-05-21T15:50:17+02:00

SSH Open Marketplace ATRIUM full-day workshop

ATRIUM is co-hosting a one day workshop on the 18th June at the Colégio Almada Negreiros, Lisbon. The workshop is co-organised by the SSH Open Marketplace Editorial Team and the ATRIUM project and co-located at the DARIAH Annual Event 2024, which has the theme “Workflows: Digital Methods for Reproducible Research [...]

SSH Open Marketplace ATRIUM full-day workshop2024-05-14T14:41:24+02:00

FAIR+CARE Cultural Heritage Network Survey

The FAIR+CARE Cultural Heritage Project is funded the Institute of Museum and Library Services National Leadership Grants for Libraries program. Over three years, the project will develop, disseminate, and promote ethical good practice guidance and digital data governance models integrating FAIR+CARE practices. One of the project co-leads is the Center [...]

FAIR+CARE Cultural Heritage Network Survey2024-05-03T16:57:54+02:00

European dendrochronological data added to the Portal

By Antony-22 - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=140495200 The Digital Collaboratory for Cultural Dendrochronology (DCCD) is a digital repository and interactive library of tree-ring data. Its content is developed through research of, among others: archaeological sites (including old landscapes), ship wrecks, buildings, furniture, paintings, sculptures and musical [...]

European dendrochronological data added to the Portal2024-05-02T23:49:03+02:00
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