Making a mark: EMPIR projects producing standards to be presented at CIM 2019

24 – 26 September 2019 Paris, France

CIM 2019 conference

The 19th International Metrology Congress (CIM 2019) is a unique crossroads between R&D and industrial applications. It covers a majority of fields including mechanics, health and biology, agro-food industry, environment, energy, pharmaceuticals and chemicals.

The congress deals with R&D and best practices for measurement and metrology in industry through the following approaches: a diversified conference programme and round tables sessions, an exhibition showcasing innovations and solutions, industrial site visits and demonstrations and professional networking opportunities during social events

For registration please go to Registration or have a look in the full Programme.

EMPIR standardisation projects

EURAMET supports projects that underpin many technical specifications and conformity standards through supporting collaborative research and development projects in measurement science. EURAMET’s European Metrology Research Programmes (EMRP and EMPIR) enable standards and metrology professionals to work together to support European innovation and address global challenges.

Accurate and reliable measurements help to ensure that written standards are fit for purpose and enable demonstration of compliance.

Come and join the EMPIR and EMRP standardisation projects presenting at CIM 2019:

Time Paper Title Main Author EURAMET Project
Innovative electrical instrumentation: Tuesday 24 September, Session 2


Study of non-invasive instruments for the measurement of pulsed X-ray tube high voltage

Mr Agazar LNE

Techniques for ultra-high voltage and very fast transients

15NRM02, UHV


EMPIR European project for validation of vector array SAR measurement systems

Mr Allal LNE

SAR measurement using vector probes

16NRM07, Vector SAR

Chemical analysis: Tuesday 24 September, Session 6


Validated analytical techniques for ensuring H2 quality in full compliance with ISO 14687

Mrs Haloua LNE

Metrology for sustainable hydrogen energy applications

15NRM03, Hydrogen

Temperature poster session: Wednesday 25 September

13:45 to 15:15

Improvement of emissivity measurements on low emissivity insulation materials

Mr Hameury LNE

Improvement of emissivity measurements on reflective insulation materials


Nanometrology poster session: Wednesday 25 September

13:45 – 15:15

nPSize: a project to improve the traceability of nanoparticle size measurements

Mr Feltin LNE

Improved traceability chain of nanoparticle size measurements

17NRM04, nPSize

Photonics: Thursday 26 September, Session 18


Determining the shape of curved reflective surfaces using Monte-Carlo simulations

Mr Lanevski University of Aalto

Improvement of emissivity measurements on reflective insulation materials


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

EMRP joint research projects are part of EURAMET’s European Metrology Research Programme. The EMRP is jointly funded by the EMRP participating countries within EURAMET and the European Union.

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