European Project TRIPLE on SSH data is financed!

As part of their collaborations, the Very Large Research Infrastructure Huma-Num and OpenEdition announce that the TRIPLE (Targeting Researchers through Innovative Practices and Multilingual Exploration) project proposed in the Horizon 2020 calls has been accepted.

Structured by a consortium of 18 partners from all over Europe, national and European public institutions, foundations and SMEs, it will be funded by the European Commission to the tune of €5.6 million between 2019 and 2023. TRIPLE will be a dedicated service of the OPERAS Research Infrastructure and will be offered in the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) catalogue. TRIPLE will help Humanities and Social Sciences (SHS) research in Europe to gain visibility, be more effective and efficient, and contribute to the reuse of data and projects within and beyond SHS. It aims to considerably increase the social, societal, economic and scientific impact of SHS research. TRIPLE draws on the experience and know-how of OpenEdition and the TGIR Huma-Num, particularly around its ISIDORE search engine, launched in 2009 (https://isidore.science).

Research in the Social Sciences and Humanities is spread across a wide range of disciplines and languages. This diversity is an opportunity and must be exploited to make the best use of the wealth of productions (data, publications, projects) in SSH.

The TRIPLE project is dedicated to this issue: its future European discovery platform allows researchers to discover and reuse data and projects in the Humanities and Social Sciences, but also to develop a network of researchers across disciplinary and linguistic borders. It provides all the necessary means for the construction of interdisciplinary projects and the development of large-scale scientific missions. It will thus increase the economic and societal impacts of humanities and social sciences resources.

TRIPLE develops a complete multilingual and multicultural solution for the appropriation of resources in the SSH. The TRIPLE platform will offer a coherent solution providing innovative tools to support research (visualization, annotation, trust creation system, crowdfunding, social network and referral system). TRIPLE imagines new ways of conducting, connecting and discovering research; it promotes cultural diversity in Europe; it will support the scientific, industrial and societal applications of the science of the humanities and social sciences; it will connect researchers and projects with other actors: citizens, policy-makers, businesses, enabling them to participate in research projects or to address some of their issues.

The project has a consortium of 18 partners from 12 European countries 

TRIPLE will be coordinated by TGIR Huma-Num. For more information, please contact us at triple@huma-num.fr.

The Huma-Num TGIR is supported by the CNRSAix Marseille University and the Condorcet Campus. OpenEdition is supported by the CNRSAix Marseille UniversityEHESSAvignon University.


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