Sustaining Heritage Access through Multivalent ArchiviNg (SHAMAN)

Project: Projects from Previous Employment

Project Details


European Commission, FP7-ICT, 216736, 01/12/07–30/11/11, Dr Innocenti co-Investigator and Workpackage Leader (PI Prof Seamus Ross).
The aim of SHAMAN was to develop the framework for the next generation of long term digital preservation systems and tools, by exploring the potential of recent developments in the areas of GRID computing, federated digital library architectures, multivalent emulation and semantic representation and annotation.
Project partners: INMARK Estudios y Estrategias (Lead); University of Liverpool; Swedish School of Library and Information Science; Xerox Research Centre Europe; FernUniversität in Hagen; Philips Innovation Lab; University of Strathclyde; Deutsche Nationalbibliothek; Georg-August-Universität Göttingen; Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg; Industrious Media; Globale Informationstechnik GmbH; University of Glasgow HATII; Instituto de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computadores Investigacao e Desenvolvimento em Lisboa
Effective start/end date1/12/0730/11/11


  • Digital Preservation
  • Archives
  • digital libraries
  • emulation
  • semantic representation
  • heritage
  • integrity
  • authenticity
  • accessibility
  • ICT
  • World Wide Web
  • experiments
  • information management
  • GRID computing
  • semantic annotation


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