A Mathmet activity to improve the quality, efficiency and dissemination of measurement uncertainty training
There is a documented need for a better understanding of measurement uncertainty and its evaluation in many communities in metrology, academia and industry. Measurement Uncertainty Training is a Mathmet activity to improve the quality, efficiency and dissemination of measurement uncertainty training and is based on a broad consortium.
By creating new material for measurement uncertainty training at different levels, and by establishing an active community for those teaching measurement uncertainty at metrology institutes, universities, in accreditation and legal metrology, the activity will increase the understanding of measurement uncertainty and thus contribute to more reliable measurements from the highest scientific level down to the shop floor.
The consortium comprises the following organisations:
11 Mathmet members and partners: PTB (coordination), CEM, GUM, IMBIH, IMS SAS, INRIM, IPQ, LNE, METAS, NPL, SMD and
Other organisations are encouraged to get involved and share their needs and requirements.
The activity is expected to run from October 2021 until January 2024.
The Measurement Uncertainty Training activity is unfunded, and its results and impact will enhance Mathmet and advance its network.
Organisations interested to join the activity and for further information please contact Katy Klauenberg.
The information related to the Measurement Uncertainty Training Activity has been provided by the Members and Partners of the EMN for Mathematics and Statistics.
EURAMET has no influence on their correctness and completeness and does not assume any liability for it.