Network for Digital Methods in Arts and Humanities

Objectives of Project: NeDiMAH activities and research will contribute to the classification and expression of digital arts and humanities via three key outputs:

– A map visualising the use of digital research across Europe
– An ontology of digital research methods
– A collaborative, interactive online forum for the European community of practitioners active in this area

Project Timetable: 2011-2015

Structure/Organisation of Project: WG1. Space and Time
Group Leader: Leif Isaksen, UK
WG2. Information Visualisation
Group Leaders: Fredrik Palm, Sweden and Orla Murphy, Ireland
WG3. Linked Data and Ontological Methods
Group Leader: Christian-Emil Smith Ore, Norway
WG4. Developing Digital Data: Building and Developing Collections of Digital Data for Research
Group Leader: Jean-Phillipe Mague, France
WG5. Using Large-Scale Text Collections for Research
Group Leader: Karina van Dalen, NL
WG6. Scholarly Digital Editions
Group Leaders: Matthew Driscoll, Denmark and Elena Pierazzo, UK

Members of the Project Team: Maria Bostenaru
University of Architecture and Urbanism, Romania

Sophie David
Centre National de la Recherche Scientique, France

Matthew James Driscoll
University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Lorna Hugues
University of Wales, United Kingdom

Fotis Jannidis
Universität Würzburg, Germany

Neven Jovanović
University of Zagreb, Croatia

Pirjo Markkola
University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Paulo Teodoro de Matos
New University of Lisboa, Portugal

Susan Schreibman
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Christian-Emil Smith Ore
University of Oslo, Norway

Michael Stolz
University of Bern, Switzerland

Ana Stoykova
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

Patrik Svensson
Umea University, Sweden

René Van Horik
Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS), Netherland

Comments: The “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urbanism contributes with the part with digital methods in conservation and intervention on planning the landscape.


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