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Metrology Partnership Call 2024: Stage 1 OPEN

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Stage 1 of the 2024 Call under the European Partnership on Metrology is open to submit potential research ideas

Metrology Partnership

The EURAMET European Partnership on Metrology funds cutting-edge research projects which help provide effective metrological solutions to technological and societal challenges, as well as increase collaborative research between industry and academia. These advances in the field of metrology will help to support European goals such as the European Green Deal and digital transformation, and ensure that the European metrology system is internationally competitive.

Applications for Stage 1 of the 2024 Call are now open for potential research ideas.


EURAMET has operated a number of funding programmes which, since 2007, have contributed 1 billion euro to innovative metrology research. Previous programmes include the European Metrology Research programme (EMRP) and the European Metrology Programme for innovation and Research (EMPIR), which together funded 362 joint research projects (JRPs).

Building on previous success, the European Partnership on Metrology was formed as part of Horizon Europe, a funding programme for research and innovation from the European Union. The Metrology Partnership will run from 2021 to 2027 and has an expected budget of 690 million euro that is co-funded by the European Union and the participating states.

Participating in the 2024 Call

Stage 1:

Anyone can submit a potential research topic (PRT) corresponding to one of the four themes for Call 2024, which are listed below. Submissions can also be put forward in collaboration with National Metrology Institutes.

Applications are now open and will close on 19 February 2024.

A proportion of these PRTs will then proceed as selected research topics (SRTs).

Themes for Stage 1 Call 2024:

PRTs for the following themes can be submitted for Call 2024 Stage 1:

Green Deal



Research Potential

Stage 1 for the 2024 Call is now open and research groups can submit their research ideas on the Partnership website.

Stage 2:

Consortia form and submit proposals to receive funding for joint research projects (JRPs) against these selected research topics via the Partnership website. For groups who wish to collaborate and join consortia for certain SRTs, contact information will be made available on the website in advance of the second call stage being open. Stage 2 will open on 26 June 2024 and will close on 30 September 2024.

In addition, there will be a Call for Coordination for Support Action projects on Communication and Impact Coordination, which will also open on 26 June 2024 and will close on 30 September 2024.

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