EuropeanaTech Community

Who we are

EuropeanaTech is the community of experts, developers, and researchers from the R&D sector within the greater Europeana Network Association.

What we do

We coordinate research and development endeavors that seek to improve the standing of European digital cultural heritage and facilitate knowledge across the sector at large.

Why join?

  • Network and collaborate with multidisciplinary technical professionals from around the world in Europeana’s largest digital cultural heritage community

  • Contribute to the forefront of digital cultural heritage through proposing and participating in EuropeanaTech Task Forces

  • Engage in discussion on our EuropeanaTech mailing list with over 1,000 other heritage technical professionals

  • Share your work through blogs or tackle bigger topics through our own publication, EuropeanaTech Insight.

Activities and resources

R&D recommendations
Title:
View of Haarlem with Bleaching Grounds
Creator:
Jacob van Ruisdael
Date:
Circa 1675
Institution:
Mauritshuis
Country:
Netherlands

R&D recommendations

Research and development recommendation reports produced as outcomes of activites of the EuropeanaTech special interest community.

EuropeanaTech Community Work Plan 2022
Title:
Sonata No. 6 (Sonata of the Stars). Allegro. Andante
Creator:
Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis
Date:
1908
Institution:
M. K. Čiurlionis National Museum of Art
Country:
Lithuania

EuropeanaTech Community Work Plan 2022

The EuropeanaTech Community is one of the Europeana Network Association's specialist communities. Explore their work plan for 2022.

Task Forces

As a member of EuropeanaTech you can lead the way by contributing to or proposing Task Forces centred around a specific area. Explore our Task Forces below.

EuropeanaTech Insight

Meet the Steering Group

Follow EuropeanaTech on Twitter

Keep up to date with the latest news and and add your voice to discussions!


Follow @EuropeanaTech
Title:
Schullström & Sjöströms Fabrik Södermanland.
Creator:
Okänd
Institution:
Tekniska museet
Country:
Sweden

Latest news

Concluding the Europeana image classification pilot
Title:
Botanical classification; illustrated by 227 figures of plant anatomical segments with descriptive text. Colour process print.
Institution:
Wellcome Collection
Country:
United Kingdom

Concluding the Europeana image classification pilot

Created: 2 November 2021

In our final post about our image classification pilot, we explore the results of using a model which can classify a digitised cultural heritage object in multiple ways, and share our future plans for this work.

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