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18 Dec 2012: EMRP Call 2012: Finalisation of Evaluation Process

Call 2012: Metrology for Industry, SI Broader Scope & Open Excellence

Finalisation of Evaluation Process


The evaluation process of the Stage 2 Call for Joint Researcher Project (JRP) proposals and Researcher Excellence Grant (REG) applications has been finalised. Following the Review Conference held in November, where external independent Referees have evaluated and ranked the proposals, the EMRP Committee has agreed on a final list of selected JRPs and associated REGs to fund. The EURAMET Research Council has endorsed the Call process and the final list.

The following project proposals have been selected and will be invited for contract negotiation in 2013

 

Industry

  • Metrology for optical and RF communication systems
  • Multidimensional reflectometry for industry
  • Large volume metrology in industry
  • Novel electronic devices based on control of strain at the nanoscale
  • Compact microwave clocks for industrial applications
  • Chemical metrology tools for manufacture of advanced biomaterials in the medical device industry
  • Metrology for processing materials with high natural radioactivity
  • Metrology for movement and positioning in six degrees of freedom
  • Multi-sensor metrology for microparts in innovative industrial productsImproved EMC test methods in industrial environments
  • Metrology to enable high temperature erosion testing
  • Traceable in-process dimensional measurement
  • Metrology for airborne molecular contamination in manufacturing environments

 

SI Broader Scope

  • Quantum resistance metrology based on graphene
  • Metrology for thermal protection materials
  • Automated impedance metrology extending the quantum toolbox for electricity
  • Traceability for biologically relevant molecules and entities
  • International timescales with optical clocks
  • Realisation, dissemination and application of the unit watt in airborne sound
  • New primary standards and traceability for radiometry
  • Angle metrology
  • A quantum standard for sampled electrical measurements
  • Metrology for long distance surveying
  • Crystalline and self-assembled structures as length standards
  • Metrology for new electrical measurement quantities in high-frequency circuits
  • Force traceability within the meganewton range Metrology for moisture in materials

 

Open Excellence

  • Quantum engineered states for optical clocks and atomic sensors
  • Single-photon sources for quantum technologies
  • Measurement and control of single-photon microwave radiation on a chip
  • Spintronics and spin-caloritronics in magnetic nanosystems

 

EURAMET would like to thank the following Referees who evaluated the proposals:

DANIELA  AXINTE

PHILIPPE LERAY

MASSIMO BAIARDO

DARIUSZ LITWIN

TOMASZ BAKON

NINETA MAJCEN

UMBERTO  BATTISTA

PETER MCGEEHIN

JENS BENDER

JESPER MYGIND

CARLO  BETTANINI FECIA DI COSSATO

HANNES NOWAK

HORST  BIERAU

GIUSEPPE PERSANO ADORNO

KATJA  BIERAU

GIANLUCA ROSSI

KAI  BONGS

CHARLES SAMMUT

FABIO CHIARELLO

OLIVER G. SCHMIDT

THOMAS  CHUDOBA

TATJANA  SIBALIJA

TORD  CLAESON

TADEUSZ SKUBIS

VALENTINA  CORATO

S PASQUALE ODANO

LAURENT COUTURIER

RADOVAN STOJANOVIC

MARIJA CUNDEVA-BLAJER

HANS-ULRICH TER MEER

STEPHANE DANA

ARTO TOPPINEN

PETER DOYLE

WILLEM-JAN TOREN

PETER HAUPTMANN

FABRICE VALLEE

FRANK HOELLER

MICHEL VERMEULEN

GEORGE-ALEXANDER KARTSOUNIS

WOLF VON KLITZING

THEKLA KATHARINA KIFFMEYER

CLAUDIA WIEMER

MARTINA KNOOP

MAX WIKI

FRIEDRICH KOENIG

TIMOTHY ZIMAN

 

The 29 Referees for the Industry Call consisted of 23 men (79.3%) and 6 women (20.7%), 14 were from commercial organisations (48.3%). The Referees represented 13 different nationalities (all European). The 26 Referees for the SI Broader Scope Call consisted of 21 men (80.8%) and 5 women (19.2%), 8 were from commercial organisations (30.8%). The Referees represented 14 different nationalities (all European). The 10 Referees for the Open Excellence Call consisted of 9 men (90%) and 1 woman (10%), 4 were from Public Research Centres (40%). The Referees represented 6 different nationalities (all European).

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