RESILIENCE is building a high-performance platform, supplying evolving tools and big data to scholars in the field of Religious Studies and is interested to learn from SSHOC and to establish constructive and productive relationships with its partners, bringing in its own specificities.
Do you deliver Open Science and Research Data Management (RDM) training? Are you interested in integrating tools and creating engaging training sessions? Are you looking to prepare in-depth sessions and avoid any disasters?
In this fireside chat with Suzanne Dumouchel, TRIPLE Project & Scientific Coordinator, SSHOC Partner and a Member of the Board of Directors of the EOSC Association, we ask her about the complementarities between SSHOC and TRIPLE services and the value they will bring to EOSC Enhance and EOSC Future.
There is a wide range of imaging techniques that have high potential for their application to the study, conservation and management of cultural heritage. One of these techniques is photogrammetry, the science of extracting 3D geometric data from 2D photography. The accessibility of quality digital photo cameras, including those embedded in mobile phones, makes this an affordable geometry capture technique in growing demand.
After its official kick-off last week, EOSC Future is going into high gear with the launch of a call for external evaluators. This call is seeking experts to evaluate a series of diverse grants to be awarded by the Research Data Alliance (RDA) over the course of the EOSC Future project. Though the call will remain open for submissions until June 2023, experts will be called on to evaluate grant applications as soon as October 2021.
A corpus is a searchable database of naturally occuring text sampled to be representative of a specific population of text. By naturally occurring, we mean text used in real life situations. In addition, a corpus may function as a repository, enabling the preservation of and access to data for posterity.