Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH)
The IRC seeks to appoint a National Coordinating Institution and the role of National Coordinator for Ireland’s participation in the DARIAH ERIC.
DARIAH is a pan-European network for arts and humanities scholars working with computational methods. It supports digital research, as well as the teaching of digital research methods.
In November 2014 it was formally established as a European Research Infrastructure (ERIC). The mission of the DARIAH ERIC is to enhance and support digitally enabled research across the humanities and arts. DARIAH ERIC develops, maintains and operates an infrastructure in support of ICT-based research practices.
The call for National Coordinating Institution hosting a National Coordinator for DARIAH has opened.
The coordinator fulfils a number of roles, including:
- representing the Council as required at national and international DARIAH events
- serving as a link between the national steering committee and the DARIAH-EU coordination office
- providing the secretariat and administration for the national DARIAH steering committee
- Liaise with Irish representatives who are involved within the four strategic pillars of DARIAH – including education and research liaison – to engage the digital humanities (DH) stakeholder community in Ireland with DH tools, making training accessible in using tools and repositories
For all information on the call and details of eligibility please see the call document on this webpage. The application form is included in the call document, along with the financial template.
|Pre Call announcement
|20th December 2023
|7th February 2024
|Deadline for applications
|2nd April 2024 at 4pm
|Notification of Appointment
|1st September 2024
The deadline for applications is 4pm 2nd April 2024. For any further queries and any FAQs should be sent to Rose Sweeney: email@example.com