Tag: KU Leuven

DigitalHumanities @Arts.Leuven

From September 19th to 21st, 2012 the Faculty of Arts organizes a workshop on Digital Humanities. The workshop is open to researchers and students from inside as well as outside KU Leuven. Currently a call for posters is open. Continue reading


Advanced digital facilities to improve classical studies

Founded in 1425, KU Leuven combines a rich tradition with top research and technology. Bruno Vandermuelen from the Faculty of Letters talks about the digitization facilities available at the University digital lab, helping digitization for EuropeanaPhotography EC project and other art-technical research in cultural heritage. Continue reading


Europeana Plenary 2012

“Connecting Society through Culture…the power of partnerships, open data and cutting edge technology”   The Europeana plenary aims to: inspire new ideas showcase  innovative approaches to digitised content connect people and concepts to help realise ideas You will have the … Continue reading


KU Leuven: ancient tradition and modern technologies

Founded in 1425, KU Leuven bears the double honor of being the oldest existing Catholic university in the world and the oldest university in the Low Countries. KU Leuven combines a rich tradition with top research & technology. There are more than 38.000 students, about 2000 academic staff and more than 4000 junior researchers. Continue reading


EuropeanaPhotography Content Seminar in Belgium

April 12th – 13th were very intense days for the EuropeanaPhotography project: the partners had the possibility to shake hands each other again, to show their collections, to discuss widely and to define several, important aspects about content themes and technical indexing issues. From our correspondents. Continue reading


Europeana Photography KICK-OFF MEETING

A freezing cold Firenze welcomed with northern winds and a couple of snowflakes the beginning of EuropeanaPhotography project.19 partners represented each by one or two persons, from 11 EU countries plus the Commission Project Officer Mr. Krister Olson from Sweden met at Alinari’s picturesque library to sum up and plan the EuropeanaPhotography project during a very friendly and motivated kick-off meeting. Continue reading