The DH_Budapest_2018 conference is taking place from 28 to 31 May 2018, in Budapest, Hungary. The event aims at providing a stimulating international forum to bring together digital humanities researchers.
Gergely Sipos and Zoltán Farkas attended the event on behalf of the EOSC-hub project and presented two posters:
This poster introduced the EOSC-hub project and its relevance to digital humanities communities. The DARIAH and CLARIN Research Infrastructures represent the Digital Humanities discipline in the project. They will deliver specific services through the Hub for the benefit of researchers and innovators worldwide.
The DARIAH Thematic Service providers will operate the ‘DARIAH Gateway’, a web portal designed to cater for the digital data analysis needs of digital humanities researchers.
The CLARIN Thematic Service providers will setup and operate the component metadata framework (CMDI) as a way to stimulate the discoverability of data sets and to take away the barriers to automated processing of data.
The DARIAH Science Gateway serves as a central point for accessing different computing and storage e-infrastructures (e.g. EGI Federated Cloud), as a place where applications, tools, datasets and repositories are shared among different users and research projects. Currently, the gateway is integrated only with the EGI infrastructure but the EOSC-Hub project plan is to integrate the gateway with the EUDAT data resources as well as with selected INDIGO services as a DARIAH Thematic Service.
See more information on the event.