The new E-data has been published in February. In this E-data you can find an article about the unveiling of SURF’s new supercomputer, Snellius, on which the ODISSEI Secure Supercomputer (OSSC) will soon run as well. Amongst others, a project of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), that aims to investigate the influence of environmental risks and surroundings on the health of people, expects to make use of the compute power of Snellius.
In this issue, moreover, can be read about multigenerational research into the Surinamese population, that can be executed thanks to the PDI-SSH project ‘Legacies of bondage: toward a database of Surinamese life courses in a multigenerational perspective (1830-1950)’. Project leader Coen van Galen explains how this project is being conducted and what its important challenges are.
Read the new E-data (in Dutch) for more news about data in social sciences and the humanities, including a report on the ODISSEI Community Conference that took place in November 2021.