The E-ARK Project

(European Archival Records and Knowledge Preservation)  


 E-ARK is a multinational big data research project that aims to improve the methods and technologies of digital archiving, in order to achieve consistency on a Europe-wide scale.

Tackling a range of problems associated with independent record-keeping technologies, systems and practices, E-ARK aims to impact the development of internationally accessible archives through: the provision of technical specifications and tools, the development of an integrated archiving infrastructure, the demonstration of improved availability, access and use, and the rigorous analysis of aggregated sets of archival data.

Running from 1st February 2014 to 31st January 2017 it has been co-funded by the European Commission under its ICT Policy Support Programme (PSP) within its Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP).


Year 1

Presentations

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Year 2

Presentations

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Year 3

Closing conference - Budapest, 6-8 December, 2016

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E-ARK Rated "Excellent" by European Commission - "A European Showcase Project"