Funded projects 2020 Call
The board of the PDI- SSH Foundation honours 12 applications in the Call Digital Infrastructure SSH.
After a careful review process, following with the criteria as described in the Call for Proposals of the Platform Digital Infrastructure SSH, 12 of 33 applications were accepted. The review process consisted of several steps. The disciplinary review committees (consisting of independent reviewers) reviewed the submitted proposals and issued independent advice to the SSH Council. The SSH Council, after consulting representatives of the three largest Dutch infrastructures (CLARIAH, Health-RI and ODISSEI), prioritised these opinions and took the final decision. The Board of the PDI-SSH Foundation implements that decision.
MacBERTh – Bidirectional EncoderRepresentations from Transformers of historical English and Dutch
Applicant: dr. Lauren Fonteyn (Leiden University)
FIRMBACKBONE: digital data collection infrastructure on Dutch companies
Applicant: prof. dr. Wolter Hassink (Utrecht University)
Population Scale Network Analysis for Social Sciences and Humanities (POPNET-SSH) -A Digital Infrastructure and Research Community
Applicant: dr. Eelke M. Heemskerk (University of Amsterdam)
Homo Medicinalis. Recognising the voices of patients to retrace the opinions about medicines (HoMed)
Applicant: dr. Henk van den Heuvel (Radboud University)
Gauging Past Performance. Creating Financial Metadata for Economics, Finance, and Economic History in the Netherlands.
Applicant: prof. dr. Herman de Jong (University of Groningen)
Legacies of bondage: towards a database of Surinamese life courses in a multigenerational perspective (1830-1950)
Applicant: prof. dr. Jan Kok (Radboud University)
TwiXL: An infrastructure for cross-media research on public debates
Applicant: prof. dr. Julia Noordegraaf (University of Amsterdam)
PURE3D. An Infrastructure for the Publication and Preservation of 3D Scholarship
Applicant: dr. Costas Papadopoulos (Maastricht University)
Capture and Analysis Tools for Social Media Research (CAT4SMR)
Applicant: dr. Bernhard Rieder (University of Amsterdam)
Dutch participant recruitment platform for SSH research
Applicant: dr. Martin Tanis (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)