NeDiMAH (Network for Digital Methods in the Arts and Humanities)

By arranging activities and enabling meetings between researchers, NeDiMAH is making it possible to examine what European digital research in the field of humanities is like in practice. The network is aiming to create partnerships between researchers in Europe who are studying or using digital technology and humanities, as well as the people who are working to preserve valuable cultural heritage in digital collections.

The network has created three central tools to facilitate interaction between researchers interested in digital technology and humanities in Europe:
- A map visualising research in the field of digital technology and humanities in Europe
- A survey of research methods in the field
- An interactive online forum for researchers in this field

NeDiMAH is making it possible for researchers in the field of humanities to develop, refine and share digital methods for creating collections and other research infrastructure.

HUMlab is particularly involved in the team behind NeDiMAH's subtheme "Information Visualisation", where we are working together with researchers from various universities all over Europe to develop tools for visualising both research in the field and the results of that research. For example, HUMlab has helped to develop various interactive mapping tools that are helping researchers to manage and interpret their data.

NeDiMAH will be financed by the EU between May 2011 and April 2015.

HUMlab's contact is Fredrik Palm.