Find all EURAMET Metrology Research Projects

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EMPIR Industry 14SIP05 TF-STANDARD Developing a Standard for Valid Methodology for the Characterisation of Functional Alloy Thin Films Thin film measurements to boost development of low-cost, high-efficiency products Cornelia Streeck completed 2014
EMPIR Capacity Building 18RPT02 adOSSIG Developing an infrastructure for improved and harmonised metrological checks of blood-pressure measurements in Europe Encouraging innovation in the sphygmomanometer market Václav Sedlák in progress 2018
EMPIR Normative 20SIP01 ISO Gauge Developing an ISO Technical Specification “Characteristics for a stable ionisation vacuum gauge” Bringing standardisation to the field of high and ultra-high vacuum measurements. Karl Jousten in progress 2020
EMPIR Normative 16NRM01 GRACE Developing electrical characterisation methods for future graphene electronics New methods to be developed for electrical characterisation of graphene Luca Callegaro completed 2016
EMPIR Capacity Building 16RPT03 inTENSE Developing research capabilities for traceable intraocular pressure measurements Bringing state of the art intraocular-pressure measurements to Central Europe Dominik Prazak completed 2016
EMPIR Capacity Building 14RPT05 Eura-Thermal Developing traceable capabilities in thermal metrology Raising industrial competitiveness and opportunities for trade in emergent nations Jean-Remy Filtz completed 2014
EMPIR Capacity Building 20SCP02 CEFTON Development of eye-tonometry in CEFTA countries Developing metrological knowledge and expertise at emerging NMIs in measurements for Intraocular hypertension Dominik Prazak in progress 2020
EMPIR Industry 17IND07 DynPT Development of measurement and calibration techniques for dynamic pressures and temperatures Development of measurement and calibration techniques for dynamic pressures and temperatures Richard Högström in progress 2017
EMPIR Capacity Building 15RPT01 RFMicrowave Development of RF and microwave metrology capability completed 2015
EMPIR Capacity Building 16RPT01 ChemMet-Cap Development of scientific and technical capabilities in the field of chemical analysis Improving Europe’s chemical measurements to meet new regulations Paola Fisicaro completed 2016
EMRP Health HLT03 DUTy Dosimetry for ultrasound therapy Improving and increasing ultrasound treatment: Standardised dosages for ultrasound completed 2011
EMPIR Industry 20IND02 DynaMITE Dynamic applications of large volume metrology in industry of tomorrow environments Supporting automated and reconfigurable manufacturing systems Andrew Lewis agreed 2020
EMRP Industry IND05 MeProVisc Dynamic Mechanical Properties and Long-term Deformation Behaviour of Viscous Materials Enabling polymer use in industry: Improving confidence in polymer properties completed 2010
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
EMRP Industry IND02 EMINDA Electromagnetic characterisation of materials for industrial applications up to microwave frequencies Advancing the European electronics industry: Measuring high-speed electronics Bob Clarke completed 2010
EMPIR Normative 17NRM02 MeterEMI Electromagnetic Interference on Static Electricity Meters Restoring customer confidence in smart meter readings Paul Wright completed 2017
EMRP Environment ENV02 PartEmission Emerging requirements for measuring pollutants from automotive exhaust emissions Keeping up with regulations for exhaust emissions: Protecting human health and the environment from vehicle pollution Martin Thedens completed 2010
iMERA-Plus Electricity and Magnetism T4.J04 ULQHE Enabling ultimate metrological Quantum Hall Effect (QHE) devices Since 1990the Quantum Hall Effect (QHE) has been used as the primary reference for the electrical resistance. This physical phenomenon based on quantum electronic properties of a two dimensional conductor in presence of a high magnetic field allows the generation of an electrical resistance, the Hall resistance RH. Félicien Schopfer completed 2007
EMPIR Industry 14IND04 EMPRESS Enhancing process efficiency through improved temperature measurement Improved temperature measurement capability serving pressing needs of manufacturing industries Jonathan Pearce completed 2014
EMPIR Industry 17IND04 EMPRESS 2 Enhancing process efficiency through improved temperature measurement 2 Enhancing process efficiency through improved temperature measurement Jonathan Pearce in progress 2017
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