EURAMET eNewsletter | Issue 22 | April 2022

The European Partnership on Metrology launched

Metrology community & stakeholders set to deliver on Europe’s green & digital transition, health and prosperity

“The Metrology Partnership will bring together the measurement science community and stakeholders to deliver on global challenges including health and climate, support the European Green Deal and digital transformation, and underpin innovation in industry through collaborative research”, comments Jörn Stenger, EURAMET Chairperson. “We are delighted to see the Metrology Partnership entering the next stage.”


The European Partnership on Metrology officially launched in March 2022

The European Union (EU), represented by the European Commission (EC), and EURAMET, signed the agreement on the implementation of the European Partnership on Metrology on 31 March 2022.

The online signing ceremony was attended by representatives of both organisations, including the signatories Peter Dröll, Director for Prosperity at DG Research, EURAMET Chairperson Jörn Stenger and Vice-Chairperson (EMPIR) Maguelonne Chambon.



EC calls for expressions of interest to join Partnership Steering Group

Experts can now apply to be appointed as members of the Metrology Partnership Steering Group

The European Commission (EC) is looking for independent experts with innovative vision and a high-level of expertise: The EC’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation has published a Call for Expression of Interest for the selection of eight members of the Steering Group of the European Partnership on Metrology.


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