International projects

SND takes part in a number of  international projects. These projects are an important part of SND’s collaboration with other infrastructures and presence in relevant scientific contexts.

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ARIADNEplus is a four year long, EU-funded program within the H2020 framework. The project commences in 2019 and will develop the results and widen the scope of the archaeological infrastructure that was created in the ARIADNE (Advanced Research Infrastructure for Archaeological Dataset Networking in Europe) project, which ran from 2013 to 2017.


EOSC-Nordic is an EU-funded project and part of the creation of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). The main objective of EOSC is to build a global platform for making all types of research data accessible to researchers and other stakeholders across the world. The portal will contain services and tools for storage, training, data management, and data analysis. EOSC-Nordic will facilitate the coordination of Nordic and Baltic resources in order to achieve greater harmonisation of services and policies. The project will run until August 2022, and the Swedish participants are SND, GGBC, SNIC, and SUNET.


SSHOC (Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud) is an EU-funded cluster project in the EOSC-hub, with the objective to create a European open cloud service for the social sciences and humanities, providing data, tools, and educational resources for its users. The project is a collaboration between 47 European organisations under CESSDA's management. SSHOC is part of the EU initiative Horizon 2020 and will be active between 2019 and 2022.


SEADDA (Saving European Archaeology from the Digital Dark Age) is an EU funded project that will run from 2019 to 2022. The objective of SEADDA is to create a network of European experts in order to discuss the future of archaeological data in an increasingly digital world. The project will also strive to train and share knowledge from countries with more data management resources with countries whose data management resources are scarce or non-existent.

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