Find all EURAMET Metrology Research Projects

TYPE FIELD PROJECT NUMBER SHORT NAME TITLE SHORT DESCRIPTION COORDINATOR STATUS CALL
EMPIR Normative 18NRM02 PRISM-eBT Primary standards and traceable measurement methods for X-ray emitting electronic brachytherapy devices Standards and traceability for improved clinical confidence and uptake Thorsten Schneider in progress 2018
EMPIR Capacity Building 18RPT01 ProbeTrace Traceability for contact probe and stylus instrument measurements Improved measurement of form and surface finish parameters for finer manufacturing tolerances Murat Aksulu in progress 2018
EMPIR Industry 20IND06 PROMETH2O Metrology for trace water in ultra-pure process gases Higher performance optical-based methods to serve the humidity measurement supply chain Vito C. Fernicola in progress 2020
EMPIR Energy 16ENG02 PV-Enerate Advanced PV energy rating New energy rating metrics will provide better, fairer testing of emerging photovoltaic technologies Stefan Winter completed 2016
EMRP Industry IND56 Q-AIMDS Chemical metrology tools to support the manufacture of advanced biomaterials in the medical device industry Chemical tools support medical industry Fiona Moriarty completed 2012
EMRP SI Broader Scope SIB59 Q-WAVE A quantum standard for sampled electrical measurements Electrical traceability: Pushing the boundaries of electrical measurements  Johannes Kohlmann completed 2012
EMPIR Industry 20IND05 QADeT Quantum sensors for metrology based on single-atom-like device technology  Developing the metrology infrastructure to help commercialise quantum sensors Paolo Traina in progress 2020
EMRP Open Excellence EXL01 QESOCAS Quantum engineered states for optical clocks and atomic sensors Quantum tools for better timekeeping and sensing Sebastien Bize completed 2012
EMPIR SI Broader Scope 20SIP04 qMOIF Standardization of a quantitative Magneto-Optical Indicator Film based magnetic field measurement technique Responding to industrial demand for specifications for micro- to millimetre scale magnetic field measurements Sibylle Sievers in progress 2020
EMRP SI Broader Scope SIB07 Qu-Ampere Quantum ampere: Realisation of the new SI ampere Quantum ampere: realisation of the new SI ampere Hansjörg Scherer completed 2011
iMERA-Plus SI and Fundamental T1.J2.3 qu-Candela Candela: towards quantum-based photon standards Maria Luisa Rastello completed 2007
EMPIR SI Broader Scope 15SIB04 QuADC Waveform metrology based on spectrally pure Josephson voltages Developing AC voltage measurement systems for industrial end-users Ralf Behr completed 2015
EMPIR SI Broader Scope 18SIB04 QuantumPascal Towards quantum-based realisations of the pascal Quantum-based realisations of the pascal expected to yield new ways to calibrate gas pressure measurements Tom Moses Rubin in progress 2018
EMPIR Capacity Building 19RPT01 QuantumPower Quantum traceability for AC power standards Extending capability in Europe to make the precise measurements required for smart electricity grids Helge Malmbekk in progress 2019
EMPIR Health 18HLT05 QUIERO Quantitative MR-based imaging of physical biomarkers Assessing new MRI technologies using quantitative methods for more accurate clinical diagnoses Luca Zilberti in progress 2018
EMPIR Health 18HLT06 RaCHy Radiotherapy coupled with hyperthermia - adapting the biological equivalent dose concept New devices and techniques for precise delivery of combined cancer treatments Giovanni Durando in progress 2018
EMRP New Technologies NEW02 Raman Metrology for Raman Spectroscopy Reliable imaging at the nanoscale Alice Harling completed 2011
EMPIR SI Broader Scope 18SIB02 Real-K Realising the redefined kelvin Bringing the kelvin redefinition into practical reality while extending the life of current scales Graham Machin in progress 2018
EMPIR Capacity Building 19RPT02 RealMass Improvement of the realisation of the mass scale Building Europe’s capacity for dissemination of the redefined kilogram Jaroslav Zuda in progress 2019
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
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