Research

Researchers at TEKLIA are involved in national and international research projects in historical document analysis and understanding.

HIMANIS

HIMANIS has developed cost-effective solutions for querying large sets of handwritten document images. A collection of medieval registers dating from 1302 to 1483, have been indexed and are for the first time available for searching. HIMANIS is funded by European Union's ERA-Net Plus project through the JPI-CH action.

HORAE

HORAE (Hours - Recognition, Analysis, Editions) is a cross-disciplinary research project studying religious practices and experiences in the late Middle Ages through the books of hours, the absolute medieval best seller. HORAE project is funded by the French Agence Nationale de la Recherche under the grant ANR-17-CE38-0008

HOME

The HOME research project aims at creating a user-centred, meaningful environment to understand the History of Medieval Europe and its digital Cultural Heritage. HOME is funded by European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation pro- gramme through the JPI Cultural Heritage project.

HORPIC

Horae Pictavenses is a project to study the origins and sources of Poitevins manuscripts from a textual and iconographic perspective. This project is funded by Investissements d’avenir through Biblissima.