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RICH Research Application Support Programme

 

The following projects are funded under the RICH Application Support Programme which provides support to researchers and staff preparing submissions to external funding bodies. If you are interested in talking to the researchers about collaboration opportunities please contact the lead researchers or email rich@dit.ie

 

Successful Applicants 2006-2007 Programme

 

PROJECT:
Seminar Series: Critical Analysis of Cultural Quarter Development in Dublin City 1990-2010
Lead Researcher:
Dr. Bernadette Quinn, School of Hospitality Management and Tourism, Faculty of Tourism and Food

PROJECT:
Archaeological Information: Managing the digital domain

Lead Researcher:  
John McAuley,
Digital Media Centre, Faculty of Applied Arts


PROJECT:
Establishment of a Design Resource Centre for Ireland Phase I: Archive of Irish Typography
Lead Researcher: 
Clare Bell & Dermot McGuinne, School of Art , Design and Printing
Faculty of Applied Arts

PROJECT:
Digitisation of Bach's theological library/Centre for Interdisciplinary Bach Studies (virtual)
Lead Researcher:

PROJECT:
Establish Post-Graduate Training for Culture & Heritage Sector in Ireland - Phase I: Development of a pilot post-graduate module in 'Information Design for the Heritage Sector'
Lead Researcher:
Brenda Dermody, School of Art , Design and Printing,
Faculty of Applied Arts

 

Successful Applicants 2005-2006 Programme

PROJECT:
Establishment of an Institute for Inter-disciplinary Bach Research at DIT to form part of an International Network for Inter-disciplinary Bach Studies
Lead Researcher:
Dr. Anne Leahy, Conservatory of Music and Drama, Faculty of Applied Arts

PROJECT:
International Seminar: Recording and Mapping Historic Structures using Laser Scanning and Digital Photogrammetry
Lead Researcher:
Maurice Murphy,School of Construction Technology and Management, Faculty of Built Environment

 

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