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Registration now open: 2019 Meeting of Working Group for Capacity Building

Registration is now open for the annual meeting of EURAMET's BoD Working Group for Capacity Building on 28th and 29th October 2019 in Skopje, North Macedonia.

The running order will be:

  • 28th October 2019 morning 
    BOD-WGCB Steering Committee Meeting
  • 28th October 2019 afternoon and 29th October 2019 whole day
    BOD-WGCB Contact Persons Meeting (information from EURAMET, WELMEC and BIPM, CB instruments, cooperation with TCs, preparation of 2020 action plan, BOD-WGCB internal matters)

Participation
28th October 2019 morning: BOD-WGCB Steering Committee Members
28th October 2019 afternoon and 29th October 2019: BOD-WGCB Contact Persons and Invitees

There is no participation fee for the event, but registration is necessary. Participation of up to two representatives per institute is foreseen.

Registration
Registration deadline is 10 September 2019 at latest. More information is available at the event page.

For questions related to organisation of the meting please contact
Beti Vukovojac, BOM, North Macedonia.

For questions related to agenda please contact 
EURAMET BOD-WGCB Convenor Ahmet Ömer Altan
EURAMET Capacity Building Officer Tanasko Tasić

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