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Join one-hour WELMEC and the EMPIR 2019 Normative call webinar

Webinar - Business Chalkboard – @istock/hanibaram

Friday, 2 November 2018, 10:00 – 11:00 CET

The webinar

This webinar will focus on:

  • the European Metrology Programme for Innovation and Research (EMPIR)
  • the forthcoming 2019 Normative Call
  • EMPIR call processes
  • how WELMEC can contribute

Who should attend?

  • the WELMEC community
  • Working Group convenors
  • Anyone with an interest in legal metrology and standardisation

EMPIR and the 2019 Normative call

EURAMET’s mission is to develop and disseminate an integrated, cost effective and internationally competitive measurement infrastructure for Europe. The European Metrology Programme for Innovation and Research (EMPIR coordinates research projects to address grand challenges in areas such as health, environment and energy , while supporting and developing the SI system of measurement units.

The EMPIR 2019 Normative Call will focus on developing the metrological methods and techniques required for standardisation. Focus is placed on both the specific documented demands of European and international Standards Developing Organisations (SDOs) and with a potential for high impact on European standardisation.

 WELMEC

The principal aim of WELMEC is to establish a harmonised and consistent approach to European legal metrology. Currently 39 countries are represented in the WELMEC committee.

Provisional programme

Time

Topic

Speaker

10:00-10:10

WELMEC introduction and benefit

Gregor Dudle, WELMEC Chairperson

10:10-10:25

EURAMET/EMPIR in general

Dagmar Auerbach, EURAMET Programme Manager

10:25-10:35

NRM call 2019

Dagmar Auerbach, EURAMET Programme Manager

10:35-10:50

Examples of projects with direct link from need to project to outcome

Dagmar Auerbach, EURAMET Programme Manager

10:50-11:00

Q&A

all


Registration

To register for this webinar, please e-mail secretary@welmec.org

EMPIR projects are co-funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and the EMPIR Participating States.

 

 

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