HCA Digital Humanities Research Group
The HCA Digital Humanities Group brings together scholars working with digital technologies across the School. Our objectives are to stimulate inter-disciplinary, collaborative research, and widen awareness of individual scholarship in the digital humanities.
Core strengths within the school include: digital mapping, archaeological and architectural visualisation, digital history, open access databases, e-learning, and using social media for research and engagement. The group includes specialist digital technicians and web developers.
The group organises regular meetings for discussion of digital humanities themes, projects and individual research, and will hold occasional workshops to improve digital skills. It also has an emailing list for regular updates.
If you would like to be a member of this group, or to join the mailing list, please email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network
The Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network (DCHRN) brings together colleagues from across the University and the cultural heritage sector to establish a professional network for people investigating digital cultural heritage issues.
The Social Network Analysis in Scotland Group
SNAS provides a forum to discuss projects, issues and ideas related to Social Network Analysis (SNA). It aims to promote and facilitate knowledge exchange and collaboration with regard to SNA.
Bring together academic staff, postgraduate students and practitioners engaging with SNA across Scotland and beyond
Produce high quality and collaborative research using SNA.
We welcome anyone with an interest in or experience of applying SNA to research projects and real-life problems. Previous SNAS activities include SNA seminars and lectures, basic and advanced training on SNA theory, methods and databases, presentations of group members’ work-in-progress and journal club events.
Edinburgh Futures Institute
The Institute will spark new connections, internally and externally, to bring together people and organisations from across the University and beyond.
It will be where our world-class interdisciplinary expertise in social and data science, the arts, and humanities meets the external organisations that are tackling society’s most pressing needs.
We are seeking partners from all sectors to engage with our leading academics and outstanding students, to co-create tools for the common good, and to incubate major projects.Through teaching, research and engagement, a key part of our mission is to interrogate how data creates disorder and opportunities within the economy, creative industries and policy.
The Bayes Centre
The Bayes Centre is a hub designed to foster data-driven innovation within and beyond the University of Edinburgh. It is a new programme of activity, capitalising on existing strengths across the University. It will be housed in a new building from 2018.
A data-driven ecosystem where the development and application of technology attracts the best talent and catalyses interdisciplinary collaboration to tackle hard problems, and unleash new value for society and industry.
The core mission for the Bayes Centre is to excel in technology which powers the interaction of people, data and systems, and to create significant positive impact from talent and ideas.