John Keating is the Associate Director of An Foras Feasa: The Institute for Research in Irish Historical and Cultural Traditions. His research interests are varied, and include digital humanities, humanities computing, document encoding, hyperspectral segmentation, systemic functional linguistics, educational technology, and software engineering. He is a Principal Investigator (with Margaret Kelleher) of the 'Humanities, Technologies, Innovation' grant, funded under the Programme for Research in Third-Level Institutions, Cycle 4. He is also one of the Principal Investigators (along with Margaret Kelleher & Aja Teehan) of a recently awarded IRCHSS RDI (and Intel Ireland co-funded) project "Delivering a Universal Learning Environment for Digital Humanities Education".
Aja Teehan is the Technology Officer of An Foras Feasa. Her research interests include humanities computing, document encoding for humanities research and software engineering methodologies for humanities research. She is co-lecturer, with John Keating, on the undergraduate module “Humanities Computing I”, which is open to both humanities and computer science students. She has been involved in many digital humanities projects as data modeller and project manager, including The Alcalá Account Book Project, the Irish in Europe Project and the Amharc Éireann Newsreels Project. She is also one of the Principal Investigators (along with John Keating & Margaret Kelleher) of a recently awarded IRCHSS RDI (and Intel Ireland co-funded) project "Delivering a Universal Learning Environment for Digital Humanities Education".