Category: Collaborative research grant

Collaborative Research Grants for Fall 2016-17

With the generous support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Digital Humanities at Berkeley encourages faculty members, librarians, and museum curators to propose collaborative research projects in the digital humanities. These grants will fund collaborative projects in which faculty, students, research librarians, or museum curators will play the “leading” role.  We encourage the involvement of undergraduates in a meaningful way.

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Images of Eternity in 3D: The Visualization of Ancient Egyptian Coffins Through Photogrammetry

3D Coffin Model from Images of Eternity. Courtesty of Hearst Museum.

Rita Lucarelli creates 3D images of ancient Egyptian coffins. Using Agisoft Photoscan, the Assistant Professor of Near Eastern Studies and her team transform 2D photographs into 3D models before annotating the virtual figures with transliterations, translations, and other relevant data. Since Egyptian hieroglyphics adorning funerary materials were copied and read from different directions, 3D interaction with digitized images provides better access to the texts of such objects than traditional 2D representations.

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DH at Berkeley Awards More than $200K in Grants

Digital Humanities at Berkeley recently awarded more than $200,000 in grants to UCB community members. The grants will promote collaborative research and the development of new DH courses.

COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH GRANTS

14 research teams will be funded for projects that range from database development to algorithmic analytical tools.

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Collaborative Research Grants for 2016-17

With the generous support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Digital Humanities at Berkeley encourages faculty members, librarians, and museum curators to propose collaborative research projects in the digital humanities. These grants will fund collaborative projects in which faculty, students, research librarians, or museum curators will play the “leading” role.  We encourage the involvement of undergraduates in a meaningful way.

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Digital Humanities at Berkeley Grant Awards in Collaborative Research and New Courses

Digital Humanities at Berkeley is pleased to announce grant awards inthe areas of Collaborative Research and New Courses. Digital humanities consulting is available to all researchers, regardless of their funding status. This project is supported by the Andrew W. Mellon grant: Capacity Building and Integration in the Digital Humanities.  View all Digital Humanities at Berkeley funded projects and courses.

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Request for proposals: collaborative research and new courses

Berkeley Prosopography Services collaborators, Patrick Schmitz and Laurie Pearce

Digital Humanities at Berkeley welcomes new proposals for collaborative research projects and creating new digital humanities courses.  Read the full RFP here. Proposals and letters of commitment are due May 26th.  Consultation is available to all prospective applicants.  Please contact digitalhumanities@berkeley.edu to schedule a consultation.  

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Digital Humanities at Berkeley Funded Grants

We are pleased to announce the Digital Humanities at Berkeley funded grants. There was an overwhelming response to the call, particularly in the area of collaborative research. Research IT looks forward to continuing to support both funded and unfunded projects with consulting and technical assistance. All collaboration greatly benefits the Digital Humanities at Berkeley program as outlined by the Andrew W. Mellon grant: Capacity Building and Integration in the Digital Humanities.

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Request for proposals and information session

Digital Humanities at Berkeley would like to encourage UC Berkeley faculty, graduate students and staff to apply for grants for creating new digital humanities courses, integrating digital humanities components into existing courses, and for collaborative research. The full RFP is now available. Applicants must submit a brief statement of interest by December 12, 2014. Proposals are due January 12, 2015, with notification by February 10, 2015.

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