ArTeC funds research projects with some aspect of artistic or technological experimentation, and involving the collaboration of at least two member institutions of its consortium. It also funds doctoral and post-doctoral grants, collaborative projects between doctoral students (study days, colloquia) and international chairs.

The EUR’s research activities are organized around its three scientific orientations:

  • Creation as a research activity
  • New modes of writing and publishing
  • Human technologies and mediations

and its twelve fields of research and experimentation:

  • Exhibitions and performances as mediation tools and devices
  • Artistic creations in the form of scientific publications
  • New forms of writing, new languages and coding culture
  •  The legacy of cybernetics, the ethics of the future and the post-digital age
  •  Artistic approaches to social criticism, ethics and ecology
  • Preservation and conservation in the digital age
  • Creative approaches to translation
  • Mediation through robotics and artificial intelligence
  • New educational and scientific measures
  • Engineering sciences and creation
  • Arts, sciences, technologies
  • Art and gender