• From Preserving Data to Preserving Research

    18 Jun 13Tutorial to be held in connection with TPDL 2013, 22 September 2013, Valletta, Malta http://www.tpdl2013.info/

  • TPDL CIDOC CRM Workshop

    31 May 13Call for Papers for Workshop “Practical Experiences with CIDOC CRM and its Extensions (CRMEX) ” on the 26th September at TPDL. The paper submission deadline is 27 July 2013.

  • ACM JOCCH call

    29 May 13The ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage has issued a call for papers for a special issue entitled “Interacting with the Past”. The deadline is 28th June 2013.

  • Hands-on modelling

    25 Apr 13

    Hands-on conceptual modelling workshop at CAA 2013

    The Hands-On Archaeological Conceptual Modelling (HACMod) workshop recently took place at CAA 2013 in Perth, Australia.

    The workshop was run by Cesar Gonzalez-Perez of Incipit CSIC, an Ariadne partner, and co-designed with Charlotte Hug of Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.  This was the third consecutive year that HACMod has run at CAA, after Beijing and Southampton.

  • ARIADNE Press release 17042013

    17 Apr 13

  • Press release

    17 Apr 13ARIADNE Advanced Research Infrastructure for Archaeological Dataset Networking in Europe

  • Call for papers EAA2013

    15 Feb 13The call for papers is open for the Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists will be held in Pilsen, Czech Republic, 4-8 September 2013. ARIADNE is an affiliated project of the EAA and many of the 93 sessions and round tables will be of interest to members of the network.  The session on New digital developments in heritage management and research organised by Franco Niccolucci, Elizabeth Jerem and Julian Richards is particularly relevant.

  • Open Humanities Awards

    14 Feb 13The Open Knowledge Foundation in association with the Digital Humanities Quarterly is excited to announce the launch of the first ever Open Humanities Awards. There are €15,000 worth of prizes on offer for 3-5 projects that use open content,open data or open source tools to further humanities teaching and research. Whether you’re interested in patterns of allusion in Aristotle, networks of correspondence in the Jewish Enlightenment or digitising public domain editions of Dante, we’d love to hear about the kinds of open projects that could support your interest!

  • La Stampa

    12 Feb 13The launch of the Ariadne project in Rome was announced in La Stampa and several other Italian news channels

  • Interview

    12 Feb 13Franco Niccolucci, Ariadne coordinator, interviewed by Radio Svizzera in Italian available online.