Working groups

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Preliminary list of areas of interest (not exhaustive!)

Working group recognition

For a working group to be funded by the DHIB, its proponents must complete the working group's wiki page indicating

  • the names of expected participants in the activities of the group, two of whom must be UB faculty and full members of the DHIB; wherever possible the group should include graduate students
  • a schedule of activities proposed for the funded period

Those unfamiliar with editing pages on a wiki can send this information by e-mail to DHIB. Those who are familiar with wiki editing or want to try their hand at it should use the template.

Working group funding

Recognized working groups are eligible for funding.

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