Funded Projects

Corporate collections as emerging heritage: Art market dynamics, corporate strategies, and public support for the arts.

NWO-scheme Creative Industries, Awarded per 1 April 2015, 409.100 euro

Arnold Witte and Nachoem Wijnberg

Media Now: Optimizing the Creative Retrieval Process for the Media Industries

NWO-scheme Creative Industries; Awarded December 2014, 576.000 euro

Prof. dr. José van Dijck and prof. dr. Maarten de Rijke

The Hackable City: Collaborative Citymaking in Urban Living Lab Buiksloterham

NWO scheme Creative Industries. Awarded December 2014. 125.000 euro 

Prof. dr. José van Dijck and dr. Martijn de Waal

CLARIAH: Common Lab Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities

NWO scheme National Roadmap for Large-scale Research Infrastructures; awarded July 1, 2014. Funding: 12 million euro (One of four co-applicants, PI for Mediastudies)

Prof. dr. José van Dijck with prof. dr. Lex Heerma van Voss

Border Surveillance and Counter Surveillance

Grant of the Open Society Foundations, USD 60.000

Huub Dijstelbloem

Data-Driven Film History: a demonstrator of EYE’s Jean Desmet collection

NWO-KIEM

Prof. dr. Giovanna Fossati

Innovating Science Communication Art Medical Museums

NWO-KIEM

Manon Parry

Smart Cities in a Smart Society

NWO Alfa Meerwaarde  Granted 15K

Martijn de Waal

Hackable Metropolis Buiksloterham

NWO KIEM Co-applicant Granted 15K

Martijn de Waal

 

Published by  ASCA

11 March 2015