EURAMET's European Metrology Networks

Close collaboration in measurement science with a new sustainable structure

The vision of EURAMET and its members is to ensure Europe has a world-leading metrology capability, based on high-quality scientific research and an effective and inclusive infrastructure, that meets the rapidly advancing needs of end users. EURAMET's European Metrology Networks (EMNs) help realising this aim.

Currently there are six EMNs: Mathematics and Statistics, Laboratory Medicine, Quantum Technologies, Smart Electricity Grids, Energy Gases, and Climate and Ocean Observation.

The EMNs will analyse the European and global metrology needs and address these needs in a coordinated manner. EMN members will then formulate common metrology strategies including aspects such as research, infrastructure, knowledge transfer and services. The members will be committed to contributing to the EMN, helping to establish sustainable structures that are strategically planned from the outset.

By providing a single point of contact for information, underpinning regulation and standardisation, promoting best practice and establishing a comprehensive, longer-term infrastructure, the EMNs aim to create and disseminate knowledge, gain international leadership and recognition, and build collaboration across the measurement science community.

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Public consultation launched on new Metrology Research Partnership
20-09-19
As part of its Horizon Europe programme, the European Commission has launched a public consultation on developing a new metrology research partnership...
Markus Bär (PTB) elected as first Chair of EMN for Mathematics and Statistics
02-09-19
At its first general meeting, the European Metrology Network (EMN) for Mathematics and Statistics (MATHMET) elected Markus Bär (PTB) as its first ever...
The EMN for Energy Gases has its first meeting with participating stakeholders
12-08-19
17th June 2019 in VSL, Delft Under the umbrella of EURAMET, the European Metrology Network (EMN) for Energy Gases was launched at VSL in Delft, Nethe...