Led by RCE, a number of organizations are involved in the creation of E-RIHS.co.uk. You can find them below. Would you like to be kept informed about the development of E-RIHS.nl or participate in partner meetings of the network? Let us know via the contact page.
Data Archiving and Networked Services | DANS
DANS is the national expertise center and repository for research data. We help researchers make their data available for reuse. In this way, scientists can use the data for new research and published research is verifiable and repeatable. With more than 170,000 datasets and sixty employees, DANS is one of the leading repositories in Europe.
National Monument Organization | NMo
The NMo is an association of professional monument-owning and operating organizations that work together, sharing knowledge and expertise about monument care with each other and with other monument owners and managers. The NMo is committed to a strong and strongly connected monument sector.
Netherlands Institute for Conservation+Art+Science+ | NICAS
The NICAS is an interdisciplinary research institute that bridges universities and heritage institutions. NICAS strives for a complete understanding of cultural heritage in order to make it more accessible, present it in an enriched way and preserve it optimally for future generations.
Netherlands Cultural Heritage Agency | RCE
The Netherlands Cultural Heritage Agency is the policy, implementation and research organization of the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science in the field of cultural heritage: archaeology, monuments, movable heritage and cultural landscape.
At the Rijksmuseum, art and history gain meaning for a broadly composed, contemporary (inter)national audience.
As a national institution, the Rijksmuseum offers a representative overview of Dutch art and history from the Middle Ages onward and important aspects of European and Asian art.
RKD - Netherlands Institute for Art History
The RKD makes knowledge, research and information about the art of the Netherlands in an international context accessible worldwide for museums, science and the public. The RKD manages, preserves, researches, presents and publishes art historical knowledge and information for museums, science and the public.
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen | RUG
The RUG is in the European top tier of scientific research. Our researchers work with colleagues around the world on fundamental and major social issues. Students are actively involved in the research themes within their faculty and help solve the issues.
The following research institutes are housed at the University of Groningen
- Energy and Sustainability Research Institute Groningen | ESRIG
- The Groningen Institute of Archaeology | GIA
Soil Management Quality Assurance | SIKB
SIKB is a network organization in which government and industry work together to produce practical quality guidelines for soil, water, archaeology, soil protection and data standards. The aim is to guarantee and improve quality for market parties and governments in their various roles: as clients, permit issuers and regulators. SIKB does this in a practical and bottom-up way. Among other things by helping further best practices and promoting and disseminating knowledge and expertise.
Delft University of Technology is a Dutch technical university located in the city of Delft. Top education and research are the focus of the oldest and largest technical university in the Netherlands. The students and staff share a fascination for science, design and engineering.
University of Amsterdam
The UvA offers education and research across the breadth of alpha, gamma, beta and medical sciences.
At various locations in Amsterdam, 6,000 employees, 3,000 PhD students and 40,000 students work and study.
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam | VU
The VU is a special university with faculties in the alpha, beta, gamma and medical sciences. Education and research are multidisciplinary and closely linked. A top position in research combines the VU with a solid social orientation.