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EMPIR Industry 20IND09 PowerElec Metrology in manufacturing compound semiconductors for power electronics Developing the instrumentation required to support the industrial uptake of new, more energy efficient, materials. Sebastian Wood in progress 2020
EMPIR Industry 20IND10 Decarb Metrology for decarbonising the gas grid Supporting a transition to distributing alternative fuels over existing gas networks Arul Murugan in progress 2020
EMPIR Industry 20IND11 MetHyInfra Metrology infrastructure for high-pressure gas and liquified hydrogen flows Traceable measurements to deliver market confidence and consumer acceptance of hydrogen as an energy source Hans-Benjamin Böckler in progress 2020
EMPIR Industry 20IND12 Elena Electrical nanoscale metrology in industry Developing the methodology to allow the early identification of defects in European semiconductor manufacturing. François Piquemal agreed 2020
EMPIR Industry 20IND13 SAFEST Sustainable advanced flow meter calibration for the transport sector Supporting innovation for timely adoption of alternative transport fuels Corinna Kroner agreed 2020
EMPIR Industry 20SIP05 KTOC Knowledge Transfer for Optical Communications Promoting the metrology required for the adoption of next generation optical networks. Irshaad Fatadin agreed 2020
EMRP Health HLT01 Ears Metrology for a universal ear simulator and the perception of non-audible sound Protecting human hearing: Preventing excessive noise exposure Christian Koch completed 2011
EMRP Health HLT02 MetVes Metrological characterisation of micro-vesicles from body fluids as non-invasive diagnostic biomarkers Microvesicle biomarkers: Early diagnosis of diseases Rienk Nieuwland completed 2011
EMRP Health HLT03 DUTy Dosimetry for ultrasound therapy Improving and increasing ultrasound treatment: Standardised dosages for ultrasound completed 2011
EMRP Health HLT04 BioSurf Metrology for the characterisation of biomolecular interfaces for diagnostic devices Improving diagnostic devices: Delivering cost-effective, point-of-care testing  Alice Harling completed 2011
EMRP Health HLT05 Metallomics Metrology for metalloproteins Diagnosis and treatment using metalloproteins: Identifying and quantifying metalloproteins  Claudia Swart completed 2011
EMRP Health HLT06 MRI safety Metrology for next-generation safety standards and equipment in MRI MRI safety : Improving safety and widening the use of MRI Bernd Ittermann completed 2011
EMRP Health HLT07 MeDD Metrology for drug delivery Measuring drug flow rate: Improving the safety and efficiency of drug delivery completed 2011
EMRP Health HLT09 MetrExtRT Metrology for radiotherapy using complex radiation fields Improving radiotherapy dose: Ensuring radiotherapy treatment meets International requirements Jean Marc Bordy completed 2011
EMRP Health HLT10 BiOrigin Metrology for biomolecular origin of disease Measurements in molecular medicine: First design principles for molecular medicine Andre Henrion completed 2011
EMRP Health HLT11 MetroMRT Metrology for molecular radiotherapy Controlling molecular radiotherapy: Validating the methods used for more targeted therapies completed 2011
EMRP Health HLT08 INFECT-MET Metrology for monitoring infectious diseases, antimicrobial resistance, and harmful micro-organisms Detecting and monitoring infectious disease: Improving disease management Carole Foy completed 2011
iMERA-Plus Health T2.J02 Breath analysis Breath analysis as a diagnostic tool for early disease detection Early disease detection is getting increased attention in the medical sector. In early stages, many diseases know little or no suffering at all, and the prospects of curing are much better. Early disease detection can literally mean the difference between life and death. Adriaan van der Veen completed 2007
iMERA-Plus Health T2.J04 Regenmed Metrology on a cellular scale for regenerative medicine New and innovative forms of therapies, based on stem cells and tissue engineered medical products offer the hope of developing customizable implantable artificial tissue to overcome shortages of transplant organs and revolutionize injury and disease treatment. The project developed internationally accepted measurement technologies and standards to overcome major difficulties such as the scale up from lab to commercial scale production, predicting the long-term behaviour of products and satisfying regulators of the safety of the products. Paul Tomlins completed 2007
iMERA-Plus Health T2.J06 Brachytherapy Increasing cancer treatment efficacy using 3D brachytherapy Brachytherapy (BT) is a radiotherapy technique in which small encapsulated radioactive sources are placed inside or in close proximity to the treatment volume, delivering a high dose to the tumour at small distances while sparing the surrounding tissue. About 100 000 patients per year are treated in the European area with BT (about 10% of radiotherapy treatments). completed 2007
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