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Open Call for Small-Scale Initiatives in Machine Learning

Explore the best machine learning strategy to tackle you research questionIf you are a researcher with a challenging research question that would benefit from machine learning and deep learning, then this is the workshop and consultancy program for you. Get a deeper understanding and apply machine learning or deep learning on your own dataDuring the program you…

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Vacancy: Postdoctoral Researcher – Digital Humanities (28 Months -1.0 FTE)

You will work within the project Art DATIS (Digital Art Technical sources for the Netherlands: Integration and improvement of sources on glass for a Sustainable future). Art DATIS is a research project (2018-2023) within the NWO Big Data/Digital Humanities programme. The project is a collaboration between the Universities of Utrecht and Amsterdam, RKD Netherlands Institute…

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Stage vacature RKD/Art DATIS

Het RKD – Nederlands Instituut voor Kunstgeschiedenis maakt de beeldende kunsten van de Nederlanden in internationale context wereldwijd toegankelijk voor musea, wetenschap en publiek. Het RKD beheert miljoenen afbeeldingen van kunstwerken, honderden archieven van kunsthandelaren en kunstenaars, honderdduizenden kunstboeken en veilingcatalogi. Het RKD is volop in ontwikkeling en biedt ruime onderzoeksmogelijkheden via acht databases die…

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Now online: Pilot PEACE Portal of Jewish Funerary Culture

PEACE: a Portal of Epigraphy, Archaeology, Conservation and Education on Jewish Funerary Culture is now in its pilot stage, and provides a broad epigraphic search into Jewish funerary inscriptions from antiquity to the twentieth century. The data derives from specific regions, such as Israel and ancient Palestine, Germany, and Italy. By combining different epigraphic databases…

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Call: Applied Data Science

The focus area Applied Data Science again provides funding to finance research projects within the Special Interest Groups of Applied Data Science. For this call the amount will be increased to 10K euro per project (instead of 5K euro per project). The present call (deadline 15 November 2020) is intended to financially support interfaculty initiatives (UU and UMCU)…

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New Yoda website (UU research data management service) now online

  In order to guide UU researchers and research supporters even better, a new Yoda website was launched this October. This website has been set up in cooperation with researchers and research supporters at Utrecht University. It’s more accessible, easier to find, and all information about how to use Yoda is brought together on this…

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Two new developers join the DHLab team

The DHLab is happy to announce that two new developers have joined the team: Luka van der Plas is a student assistant programmer at the Digital Humanities Lab. They obtained a bachelor’s degree in Linguistics and are currently following the master programme in Artificial Intelligence at Utrecht University.   Jokke Jansen is currently doing his Master…

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Onderzoekswedstrijd voor MA & BA studenten: Innovatie in Archiefonderzoek-prijs

  Herschrijf jij de geschiedenis? Dien je onderzoek in en win!   De Innovatie in Archiefonderzoek-prijs De Innovatie in Archiefonderzoek-prijs is een onderzoekswedstrijd van het Nationaal Archief en het Noord-Hollands Archief. De prijs wordt toegekend aan het onderzoek dat op meest overtuigende wijze de meerwaarde aantoont van de beschikbaarheid van grote hoeveelheden transcripties van de…

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Call for Small Grants – European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH)

Applications can be submitted for financial support for initiatives coherent with the scope of the European Association for Digital Humanities’ activities: to promote the advancement of education in the digital humanities, through the development and use of computational methods in research and teaching in the Humanities and related educational disciplines. The deadline for submitting a proposal…

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Fully-funded PhD position in Digital Humanities at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

The Laboratory for the History of Science and Technology (LHST) at EPFL invites applications for one full-time PhD position within the EPFL PhD program in Digital Humanities (EDDH), working at the intersection between computer science and history. The successful candidate will analyze a large corpus of English and American patents (18th-20th century) to develop their own research project around…

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