Grant winners

April 15, 2010

ARTS AND HUMANITIES RESEARCH COUNCIL

Digital Equipment and Database Enhancement for Impact scheme

Award winner: G.P. Earl

Institution: University of Southampton

Value: £232,575

Reflectance-transformation imaging systems for ancient documentary artefacts

Award winner: J. Ellis

Institution: Royal Holloway, University of London

Value: £332,520

Consolidated moving-image and sound database framework

Award winner: B.A. Fennell

Institution: University of Aberdeen

Value: £334,574

Language and linguistic evidence in the 1641 Depositions

Award winner: R.S. Fensham

Institution: University of Surrey

Value: £323,262

Digital dance archives (DDA): cross-collection interactivity and enhanced user engagement with dance resources

Award winner: P.H. Gray

Institution: Queen's University Belfast

Value: £111,768

Documenting Ireland: Parliament, people and migration, 18th-20th centuries (DIPPAM)

Award winner: C. Harrison

Institution: University of Oxford

Value: £182,135

The elements of drawing: enhancement and dissemination for impact

Award winner: A.F. Hartley

Institution: University of Leeds

Value: £159,293

IntelliText - intelligent tools for creating and analysing electronic-text corpora for humanities research

Award winner: E. Leach

Institution: University of Oxford

Value: £189,137

DIAMM: digital-image archive of medieval music

Award winner: A.A. Marsden

Institution: Lancaster University

Value: £149,807

Digital arts innovation laboratory

Award winner: M. Melaugh

Institution: University of Ulster

Value: £260,179

Visualising the conflict: immersion in the landscape of victims and commemoration in Northern Ireland

Award winner: D.T. Murphy

Institution: University of York

Value: £109,608

The virtual acoustics and auralisation database

Award winner: D. Obbink

Institution: University of Oxford

Value: £113,487

A collaboration between Classics and astrophysics: an advanced multispectral imaging laboratory optimised through crowd-sourced statistical analysis

Award winner: W.R. Owens

Institution: The Open University

Value: £100,778

Developing an international digital network in the history of reading: collaboration between the UK reading-experience database and invited partners

Award winner: D. Pritchard

Institution: Glasgow School of Art

Value: £139,531

Enhancing engagement with 3D heritage data through semantic annotation

See Times Higher Education next week for the rest of the winners.

IN DETAIL

Award winner: Aron Mazel

Institution: Newcastle University

Value: £120,679

Rock art mobile project (RAMP)

This project aims to utilise mobile-digital technology to further enhance the visitor experience at three rock-art sites in Northumberland, the location of neolithic and early Bronze Age rock-art forms. Building on the achievements of a previous Arts and Humanities Research Board-funded project, the Beckensall Northumberland Rock Art website, RAMP will present the public with access to information to plan their visits and activities, providing Bluetooth connections via hidden solar-powered access points.

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