Projects & Cooperations

The Gibson Trail

The Gibson Trail, a virtual exhibition, brings together all of Gibson’s works from the most famous London collections in one website. The site provides images and information on more than 150 objects, including drawings, reliefs and sculptures.


DEFC stands for Digitizing Early Farming Cultures, a project conducted in cooperation between the Institute for Oriental and European Archaeology (OREA) and the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities (ACDH). The DEFC-App is an application for curating, exploring, and retrieving archaeological datasets.


The ACDH is a project partner of dariahTeach, a project funded through an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership Grant. dariahTeach is developing open-source, high quality, multilingual teaching materials for the digital arts and humanities. 


The ACDH is a cooperation partner in PARTHENOS, a project funded by the European Commission in the framework of Horizon 2020. PARTHENOSPooling Activities, Resources and Tools for Heritage E-research Networking, Optimization and Synergies — started in May 2015.

Digital Humanities Austria


DHA is a virtual network which is jointly run by the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ACDH) and the Universities of Vienna and Graz. It is a platform for the dissemination of the digital paradigm in Austrian humanities studies, its website provides access to numerous DH projects throughout the country.


The project aims at giving insight to a world as documented in words on the example of the unique collection (1911-1998) of the Bavarian Dialects in the Austrian Hungarian Monarchy (estimated 200,000 headwords; estimated 4 Mio records; 5 volumes dictionary, about 50,000 headwords).


Digitally enabled Humanities studies have been at the centre of the ACDH-ÖAW’s efforts over the past few years. Therefore the institute plays an active part within pan-European infrastructures.


The Open Platform for Access to and Analysis of Textual Documents of Cultural Heritage Description has started its activities. OPATCH intends to develop a platform for the analysis of digital text collections.

LaBaSi - Late Babylonean Signs

LaBaSi is an online cuneiform sign database based on the TEI Guidelines that will elucidate the diachronic development of sign forms. It is the outcome of a collaborative effort between the research project Diplomatics and Palaeography of Neo- and Late Babylonian Archival Documents and the ACDH.

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