EMRP Call 2010 - Industry & Environment
The aim of this call was to advance measurement science in the areas of Industry and the Environment.
The Industry projects support the development of measurement methods and techniques to improve traceability for industrial processes, focusing on enhancing existing technologies, while creating innovations and step changes within new technologies.
The Environment projects are improving data quality for policy making, underpinning environmental research activities and stimulating technological innovation.They focus on the local environmental level for air, water and soil pollution, and on the global level for challenges relating to climate change.
Metrology for Industry
Metrology for Environment
|Project Number||Short Name||Title||Coordinator|
|ENV01||MACPoll||Metrology for Chemical Pollutants in Air||Annarita Baldan (VSL)|
|ENV02||PartEmission||Emerging requirements for measuring pollutants from automotive exhaust emissions||Martin Thedens (PTB)|
|ENV03||solarUV||Traceability for surface spectral solar ultraviolet radiation||Julian Gröbner (PMOD/WRC)|
|ENV04||MetEOC||European metrology for earth observation and climate||Nigel Fox (NPL)|
|ENV05||Ocean||Metrology for ocean salinity and acidity|
|ENV06||EUMETRISPEC||Spectral Reference Data for Atmospheric Monitoring||Volker Ebert (PTB)|
|ENV07||MeteoMet||Metrology for pressure, temperature, humidity and airspeed in the atmosphere||Andrea Merlone (INRIM)|
|ENV08||WFD||Traceable measurements for monitoring critical pollutants under the European Water Framework Directive (WFD-2000/60/EC)||Rosemarie Philipp (BAM)|
|ENV09||MetroRWM||Metrology for Radioactive Waste Management||Petr Kovar (CMI)|
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