Mathematical centre of excellence launched

Group photo of 1st MATHMET General Assembly on July 12th on PTB´s Berlin site
Group photo of 1st MATHMET General Assembly on July 12th on PTB´s Berlin site

European Centre for Mathematics and Statistics in Metrology (MATHMET) established as an outcome of EMRP project

MATHMET emerged from EMRP project NEW04 Novel mathematical and statistical approaches to uncertainty evaluation and was founded by four European national metrology institutes (NMIs) from France (LNE), the United Kingdom (NPL), Germany (PTB) and Sweden (SP). It provides a European platform for metrologists, academia and industry regarding mathematical and statistical research in all metrological areas. It provides guidelines, best practices, collaboration in scientific projects, workshops and training materials.

Results from this project will continue to be disseminated through the dedicated webpage (, a conference series (7 - 9 November 2016, Berlin), sessions at metrology conferences and events, and dedicated topical workshops. The first General Assembly was held in July 2016 at PTB. MATHMET membership is open to further European NMIs and other interested institutions and organisations.

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