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The aim of this call was to advance measurement science and technology in the areas of Industry, SI Broader Scope and Open Excellence.
The second set of industry projects used cutting-edge measurement science to drive innovation in industry and facilitate new products. They focused on new applications at the crossroads between different technologies to improve efficiency and effectiveness in high-tech industries and key industrial sectors, in order to ensure European industry remains globally competitive.
Visit the industry impact page to see the outcomes from the projects.
The second set SI Broader Scope projects continued to develop the SI system of measurement units. The projects focused on preparations for the implementation of the redefinition of the SI base units, which is likely to take place over the next few years, the development of practical realisations of the redefined units, and traceability of measurement results.
Visit the SI impact page to see the outcomes from the projects.
The Open Excellence projects developed the measurement methods of the future through excellent science. The projects have no specific strategic theme but will bring together the best scientists in Europe to explore new techniques that have not yet been applied in measurement science.
Visit the Open excellence impact page to see the outcomes from projects.
|Project Number||Short Name||Title||Coordinator|
|EXL04||SpinCal||Spintronics and spin-caloritronics in magnetic nanosystems||Hans Werner Schumacher (PTB)|
|EXL02||SIQUTE||Single-photon sources for quantum technologies||Stefan Kück (PTB)|
|EXL01||QESOCAS||Quantum engineered states for optical clocks and atomic sensors||Sebastien Bize (LNE-SYRTE)|
|EXL03||MICROPHOTON||Measurement and control of single-photon microwave radiation on a chip||Antti Manninen (MIKES)|
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