Past Projects

4CH - Competence Centre for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage


4CH is a Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Commission, that started on the 1st January 2021 for a duration of three years. It will design and prepare for a European Competence Centre on the Conservation of Cultural Heritage which will work proactively for the preservation and conservation of cultural heritage (CH).

NEP4DISSENT: New Exploratory Phase in Research on East European Cultures of Dissent


A research network funded by the COST Association to study East European cultures of dissent (1945-1989).

APOLLONIS. Greek Infrastructure for Digital Arts, Humanities and Language Research and Innovation


(Ελληνικά) Η υποδομή ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝΙΣ έχει ως αποστολή τη δημιουργία και λειτουργία ενός περιβάλλοντος υπηρεσιών, πόρων, εκπαίδευσης και υποστήριξης, το οποίο θα επιτρέπει την ολοκληρωμένη πρόσβαση και αξιοποίηση συλλογών ψηφιακών πόρων των ανθρωπιστικών επιστημών και της γλωσσικής τεχνολογίας για ερευνητικούς, εκπαιδευτικούς, αλλά και παραγωγικούς σκοπούς, καθώς και τον εμπλουτισμό αυτών και την παραγωγή και ενσωμάτωση νέων.

RDA3 - RDA Europe – the European plug-in to the global Research Data Alliance


The Research Data Alliance Europe project aims at facilitating European representation within the RDA Global Αlliance.

ARKWORK - Archaeological practices and knowledge work in the digital environment


The COST action ARKWORK is aimed at forming an interdisciplinary network that will collect the knowledge and experiences of researchers and projects, national as well as European, in producing and exploiting archaeological knowledge.

DSI-1 - Access to digital resources of European Heritage (‘Europeana’)


The Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure (DSI) comprises ‘core service platforms’ which enable trans-European connectivity and interoperability, and related ‘generic services’ which link national and sectorial infrastructures to the platforms.



ARIADNE ( aimed to integrate the existing archaeological research data infrastructures so that researchers can use the various distributed datasets and new and powerful technologies as an integral component of the archaeological research methodology. The project used a number of integrating technologies building on common features of the currently available datasets as well as on integrating actions aiming at building a vibrant community of users.



The DariahTeach project is a consortium of seven universities and research centers across Europe aiming to develop an open-source, high quality, multilingual reference curriculum for the digital arts and humanities. This project will feature flexible, localized curriculum materials as well as a central, modular portal that will host, deliver and maintain those materials. The DariahTeach represents the first openly accessible Digital Humanities curriculum of its kind and will serve as a model for creating and delivering open-source asynchronous online educational materials, from which other communities can benefit.



ARK4 was seeking to create a virtual dialogue between the public and institutions which hold information. By exploring innovative technology, it aimed to disseminate knowledge from the past to a wider, younger audience. ARK4 was a cooperation project between four Trondheim institutions: NTNU University Library; NTNU Computer and Information Technology (IDI); Regional State Archive, Trondheim and Norsk Døve Museum, while Digital Curation Unit was the international partner of the project.

Promotion of the work of the Research Centres of the Academy of Athens on the World Wide Web


In the context of this project, an integrated web-based service was developed and implemented, which permits the interactive display of the material from eleven Research Centres of the Academy of Athens. The primary aim of the project was the use of modern technologies of the World Wide Web in order to present in a consistent thematic way the diverse material and documentation included in 43 collections totally amounting in approximately 500.000 pages.