PhD/Researcher course Fall 22: Python for Beginners
The course is a five-day, intensive crash course targeted towards both faculty employees and PhD students in the humanities and social sciences who are interested in gaining a basic understanding of programming and some practical knowledge on how to use the Python language. During the course you will also learn how to install and work with JupyterLab which is a modern interactive development environment for “literate coding” where you can seamlessly combine written research notes with code, and data.
PhD course: Reconstructing/Deconstructing Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age
This course envisions unlocking the future potential digital technology for meaningful heritage practices. The aim is to study the current challenges and implications that may arise in order to provide actionable knowledge on heritage institutions more generally, but also to potentially inspire the deeper study and implementation of digital methods and tools for historical and cultural inquiry.
Call for Pilot Projects now open!
The 2022-2023 call for Pilot Projects is now OPEN!
PhD level course Fall 22: Introduction to Cultural Analytics
The Centre for Digital Humanities Uppsala (CDHU) will be running a PhD/Researcher level course called ‘Introduction to Cultural Analytics’ in fall 2022. The focus is on the development of computational and technical skills (e.g. computational text analysis, web scraping, and machine learning concepts), targeting PhD students and scholars in the humanities and social sciences looking to develop such skills. The course will be conducted in English.
Thank you for DHNB 2022!
The 6th Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries Conference wrapped up in March. Thanks to all who made this conference a success, including the attendees, presenters, workshop organizers, keynote speakers, and our co-organizers at the Uppsala University Library and the Department of ALM!
AI to be integrated into Uppsala University's educational profile
The demand for skills in artificial intelligence (AI) is great and has been broadened to more professional groups. Now, WASP-ED, a new national development program for training in AI, has begun. "We will scale up our capacity to teach about artificial intelligence", says Anna Foka, senior lecturer at the Department of ABM at Uppsala University.
CDHU work started in WASP-ED: The Wallenberg AI and Transformative Technologies Education Development Program
The CDHU has now begun work within the Wallenberg AI and Transformative Technologies Education Development Program (WASP-ED).
Digital Humanities Longview Seminar – 2022 Programme Announced
The CDHU is very pleased to announce the programme for the upcoming 2022 Digital Humanities Longview (virtual) seminar series, co-hosted with Stanford University’s Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis (CESTA) and the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities. All seminars will be held on Zoom, in English and at 18.00–19.30 hrs to accommodate time zone differences between Sweden and California.
Pilot Projects given support 2021
Seven pilot projects have now begun with support from the CDHU in Autumn 2021, and more are scheduled to begin in Spring 2022. The CDHU is excited to welcome the researchers involved, and looks forward to working with these projects!
ALM/CDHU employees selected to EOSC Task Force
We are pleased to announce that three employees from the Department of ALM (Archival, Library & Information, Museum & Cultural Heritage Studies) and the Centre for Digital Humanities Uppsala (CDHU) have been selected as new members of the European Open Science Cloud Association (EOSC) Task Forces.
CDHU awarded VR funding within three infrastructure projects of national interest
The Centre for Digital Humanities Uppsala (CDHU) has been awarded financial support for research infrastructure through Vetenskapsrådet (the Swedish Research Council) Grant for Research Infrastructure of National Interest.