Europeana Research Grants: The Long List

6 December 2016 Comment

Back in September, when the Europeana Research Grants Call was announced, we would never have imagined that in the course of the next few weeks we would be receiving a such vast number of enquiries and, later on, so many interesting proposals.

The 160 research proposals received thoroughly exploited the Europeana ecosystem - collections, API, metadata, channels - and reviewing them took longer than expected. We were particularly thrilled to receive proposals from around the world, from researchers of all fields of the Humanities, Social Sciences and Information Technology

It is with great pleasure therefore that we announce the long list of proposals we have selected. The final decision for the four projects which will receive an award will be made by the Europeana Research Advisory Board by the end of this week. Stay tuned!

Aleksandra Nikolić

Central Institute for Conservation in Belgrade, Serbia and History and Philosophy of Sciences and Technology program, University of Belgrade

Modeling blended learning approach for school children based on digitized museum artifacts

Alice Eldridge

Digital Technologies/ Digital Performance, Sussex Humanities Lab, School of Media, Film and Music, University of Sussex

Seeing Sound Archives: Developing an Interactive Visualisation Tool for the Europeana Sounds Archives

Anaïs Guillem

ICS-FORTH

Exploring means of Using Europeana Collections for Architectural Research

Apostolos Karalis

University of Piraeus, Piraeus

Highlighting Timely Information in Europeana

Bogdan Trifunovic

University of Warsaw and Public Library Čačak, Serbia

Enhancing Europeana Capabilities for Web Content

Caroline Ardrey

University of Birmingham

Visualising voice: Analysing spoken performances of nineteenth-century French poetry

Catherine Bourne

University College Cork

The Beautiful and the Damned: Rethinking representations of the Grotesque Body in the Europeana collections

Chris Lytridis

Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technology

Use of augmented reality in museum guides

Coleen Morgan

University of York

European Archaeology on Film

Florian Windhager

Donau-Universität Krems - Universität für Weiterbildung, Fakultät für Wirtschaft und Globalisierung

Modelling Europeana Collection Metadata as 3D Sculptures

Frank Hopfgartner

University of Glasgow

Europeana Living Laboratory

Giles Bergel

Bodleian Library, Oxford

Image-recognition for Europeana

Giovanna Di Giacomo

Università degli Studi di Siena

Craftsmen and places of industry of the precious in Rome, an epigraphic database (200B.C.-600A.D.)

Henriette Roued-Cunliffe

University of Copenhagen

The Europeana API as a solution to Wikipedia’s gender imbalance

James O'Sullivan

University of Sheffield

Cultural Representation in Europeana

Javier Pereda

University of Southampton

Engage with Europeana’s collections through the use of a downloadable Tangible User Interface (TUI)

Lorna Richardson

Umeå University

Archaeology and Europeana

Michele Mauri

Politecnico di Milano

Development of web platform aimed at the collaborative tagging of Europeana objects

Michele Reilly

Central Washington University

This study proposes to identify who are the users, and for what purposes Europeana images are used.

Nanna Thylstrup

University of Copenhagen

Mapping Colonial Copenhagen

Natalia Grincheva

University of Melbourne

From Portal to Platform: Exploring Public Engagement with European Cultural Heritage Online

Rebecca Stancliffe

Coventry University

Explore dance content in Europeana Collections and analyse metadata for non-restricted content

Sabrina Sauer

VU University Amsterdam

GIFs FTW: a crowdsourcing campaign to engage millennials with the Europeana Collections

Silvija Aurylaite

Public Domain City

Europeana: Open Culture and Design

Spyros Kazanas

Ionian University, Corfu

Measuring popularity of Europeana's Cultural Heritage Objects

Stefania Pollone

Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

Documents for interpretation, Tools for conservation: Paestum in the European Photography between the second half of the Nineteenth century and the mid-Twentieth century

Timothy Duguid

University of Glasgow

Interdisciplinary Metadata Frameworks: The MuSO Project

Vasiliki Nikolakopoulou

Cyprus University of Technology

Places and Spaces through Europeana eyes

Vladimir Nedovic

University of Amsterdam

Learning Correspondences between Visual Content and Human Descriptions of Paintings

Image: A woman is sitting at a desk in a library, writing a letter. Wellcome Library, CCBY