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ATRIUM Project: Launch of Communication Channels

Submitted by Karina Berger on

The ATRIUM project (Advancing Frontier Research in the Arts & Humanities) has launched its new website, which can be accessed at ATRIUM is a four-year European Commission-funded project with the aim of bridging four leading research infrastructures in the arts and humanities (DARIAH), archaeology (ARIADNE), languages (CLARIN), and scholarly communication (OPERAS). 

CLARIN is proud to be participating partner, along with several CLARIN nodes as beneficiaries: University of Sheffield (UK), Charles University, Prague (CZ), LM University, Munich (DE), Radboud University, Nijmegen (NL), and Athena-RC / ISLP (GR).

The Transnational Access Grant call will be of special interest to scholars interested in benefitting from this scheme, which aims to recruit and support approximately 200 arts and humanities researchers with mentorship and access to knowledge, data and tools from 14 different institutions across Europe. 

You can also connect with ATRIUM on Twitter/X and LinkedIn.