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EURAMET eNewsletter | Issue 5 | 30 September 2016
The European Commission has launched a public consultation on the joint programming of metrology research (EMRP and EMPIR). The online consultation closes next Friday (7 October 2016).
The EURAMET Chairpersons encourage the EURAMET and broader metrology communities and their stakeholders to give their opinion on metrology research. read more >>
Find here a selection of latest news from EMRP's and EMPIR's joint research projects:
Results from radioactivity project invaluable in event of a nuclear accident
The early warning of nuclear accidents will help improve Europe's ability to detect and respond to radiological incidents. An EMRP project aims to support early detection. read more>>
Large volume metrology project invited to CERN workshop
Results of an EMRP project were presented at the CERN workshop on Particle Accelerator Components’ Metrology and Alignment to the Nanometre scale. read more>>
Thermal project inputs into new European measurement standard
Results from EMRP project have been used in discussions with CEN/TC 89 WG14 to both facilitate amendments to CEN/TS 15548-1 and to convert this technical specification into a European standard (prEN 15548-1). read more>>
9th International Workshop on the Analysis of Dynamic Measurements
9 to 10 November 2016, Berlin (Germany)
Metrology Challenges for Nuclear Fusion - Workshop
22 November 2016, VSL, Delft (The Netherlands)
Strategies in Light Europe
23 to 24 November 2016, London (UK)
To see all events, please go to our events page >>
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Project information and links published in the current issue of the EURAMET newsletter are correct to the best of EURAMET's knowledge and in accordance with the current state of the art. EURAMET cannot be held responsible for the sufficiency or fitness for purpose of any information.The technologies presented in this newsletter may be covered by intellectual property rights.