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.
The first comes through the project application Huminfra led by Humlab at Lund University, with a scope to support Digital Humanities training, research methods and tools across Sweden. The CDHU is also involved in collaborations with two further infrastructure projects that have been awarded money--namely SweDigArk (Swedish Digital Research for Archaeology), led by the Department of Archaeology at Uppsala University, and Infravis through the Centre for Image Analysis at Uppsala, led by the Chalmers University of Technology with the scope of developing an infrastructure for scientific visualisation.
Read more on the Swedish Research Council page.