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Cooperation & projects

Research projects

Projects are based on research into the European integration process, from the early plans for European integration in the 20th century to the latest developments towards a united Europe.

The European integration process is analysed by means of an interdisciplinary approach, from a historical, legal, political and economic perspective.

Traditional methods associated with humanities and social sciences are combined with methods and tools based on digital technologies throughout the entire research process, from creation to dissemination and knowledge transfer.


European Studies

ENHANCE: Digital publications on the European integration process

OHEI-P: Oral history of European integration programme

REDE: Recent developments in European integration overcoming the crisis and facing new challenges

RESuME: Assessing the future of the European socio-economic model

WERNER-EU: Pierre Werner and Europe 

WEU-DIPLO: Diplomacy within WEU


Digital innovation

BLIZAAR: Hybrid visualization of dynamic multilayer graphs

CrossCult: Empowering reuse of digital cultural heritage in context-aware crosscuts of European history

Digital Toolbox: Authoring tools to enable the reuse of resources about the European integration

Histograph: Graph-based exploration and crowd-based indexation

Humanities at Scale (HaS): Improve and sustain digital research in the arts and humanities.

XML-TEI: XML-TEI Edition of diplomatic documents


International cooperation

A collaborative approach is essential to carry out successful projects and activities. This is made possible thanks to an extensive network of national and international partners from the fields of research, technology and information science.

This network contributes to the development of research topics and helps promote knowledge transfer through collaborative research projects. It also plays a role in the exploitation and use of research results in an academic, socio-economic and cultural context. It includes academic partners as well as libraries, specialist documentation centres, and public and private cultural institutions.

The network is constantly evolving to facilitate new projects and participation in national, European and international programmes.