Call for Pilot Project Support 2023: Deadline Sept. 15
The Centre for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences (CDHU) is pleased to announce a third call for applications for Pilot Project Support, with a deadline of September 15th, 2023.
The Centre for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences (CDHU) is pleased to announce a third call for applications for Pilot Project Support, an initiative that commences during the autumn semester 2023. The call provides technical and methodological support, and computational resources for research projects in the humanities and social sciences. Pilot Project Support is a recurring and periodical initiative (2021–2025) and is connected to the digital research infrastructure mission of CDHU.
Pilot Project Support is open to all researchers and staff in the humanities and social sciences at Uppsala University. The purpose is to support the digital implementation of research projects. Applications may concern new ideas or be spin-offs of existing projects, but should be limited in scope. Project proposals that can demonstrate concrete outcomes or importance and reusability may be given priority. Pilot projects aimed at larger external applications in the future are welcome.
Pilot projects that are granted support will have access to: (1) implementation support in terms of human resources (research engineer time) that can provide support and advice with methods, tools, and data processing; and (2) computational resources that are required to achieve the project’s goals. Before implementation CDHU staff will also support and facilitate the prototype design of the project.
Please note that after a pilot has ended, the applicant will need to take responsibility for long term storage solutions for any data.
In order to apply for Pilot Project Support candidates need to submit:
- A project plan written in English of a maximum of 1500 words. Please see application document for full details of the application.