Academy Programme: Digital Humanities (DIGIHUM), call for letters of intent

2 Apr 2019
24 Apr 2019 at 16.15 Finnish time
1 Jan 2020 to 31 Dec 2022
  • Total funding budget no more than 3 million euros
  • Applicant is an individual research team or a consortium

Digital humanities is a concept that refers to the application of new technology in humanities and social sciences research. The themes of the Digital Humanities Academy Programme comprise novel methods and techniques in which digital technology and state-of-the-art computational science methods are used for collecting, managing and analysing data in humanities and social sciences research. The programme memorandum contains more details on the programme’s background, aims, thematic areas and review criteria. The full call text and the review criteria are available below.

PI of the project must be a researcher with a doctoral degree or at the professor or docent level. The funding can be applied for by both individual research teams and consortia composed of two or several research teams.

The call’s funding budget has been set at a maximum of 3 million euros. Individual projects may apply for a maximum of 400,000 euros. Consortia may apply for a maximum of 800,000 euros: a single consortium subproject may be granted a maximum of 300,000 euros.

Before you log in to the online services (SARA) to fill in the application, make sure to carefully read the call text below as well as the Read more section (top right), especially the terms and conditions. In the event of inconsistencies between the call text and the terms and conditions (general conditions and guidelines for use of the funding), the text contained in the terms and conditions takes precedence.

Read the full call text below. Click on the link below to print the text or save it in PDF format.

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