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EMRP SI Broader Scope SIB56 SoundPwr Realisation, dissemination and application of the unit watt in airborne sound The airborne watt: New measurements of sound power  Volker Wittstock completed 2012
EMRP Energy ENG05 Lighting Metrology for Solid State Lighting The future of lighting: Enabling the uptake of low energy Solid State Lighting (SSL) Marijn van Veghel completed 2009
EMRP SI Broader Scope SIB52 Thermo Metrology for thermal protection materials Thermal protection for industry: Building confidence in novel thermal protection materials Jiyu Wu completed 2012
EMRP Open Excellence EXL02 SIQUTE Single-photon sources for quantum technologies Tools for calibrating optical quantum devices Stefan Kück completed 2012
EMRP Open Excellence EXL04 SpinCal Spintronics and spin-caloritronics in magnetic nanosystems Tools for measuring properties of quantum electron spin Hans Werner Schumacher completed 2012
EMRP Open Excellence EXL03 MICROPHOTON Measurement and control of single-photon microwave radiation on a chip Tools for microwave single photon measurements Antti Manninen completed 2012
EMPIR SI Broader Scope 18SIB05 ROCIT Robust Optical Clocks for International Timescales Tools to correct for systematic frequency shifts and enable automated validation supporting redefinition of the SI second Helen Margolis in progress 2018
EMRP SI Broader Scope SIB08 subnano Traceability of sub-nm length measurements Traceability of sub-nm length measurements Birk Andreas completed 2011
EMPIR Industry 14IND14 MNm Torque Torque measurement in the MN•m range Traceable torque measurements for improved turbine testing Rolf Kumme completed 2014
EMPIR SI Broader Scope 17SIP06 FAME VNA Traceable, Faster More Accurate Measurement Software for Vector Network Analysers Traceable, Faster and More Accurate Measurement Software for Vector Network Analysers Jacob Jan de Boer in progress 2017
EMPIR SI Broader Scope 15SIP04 TIMEFUNC Time Synchronisation Impact Enabling Future Network Communication Training supports the implementation of White Rabbit synchronisation technology for high-performance networks Erik Dierikx completed 2015
EMPIR Energy 19ENG02 FutureEnergy Metrology for future energy transmission Ultra-high voltage grids transmit electricity more efficiently than current networks but require new methodologies Alf-Peter Elg agreed 2019
EMPIR Health 18HLT07 MedalCare Metrology of automated data analysis for cardiac arrhythmia management Validating software for automatic diagnoses of cardiovascular diseases Markus Bär in progress 2018
EMPIR Normative 15NRM01 Sulf-Norm Metrology for sampling and conditioning SO2 emissions from stacks Validation of sulphur dioxide measurement methods lay the foundation for future-proof emissions monitoring Garry Hensey completed 2015
EMRP Environment ENV56 KEY-VOCs Metrology for VOC indicators in air pollution and climate change Volatile Organic Compounds: Supporting air quality monitoring networks with new measurements of VOCs Annarita Baldan completed 2013
EMPIR Energy 19ENG08 WindEFCY Traceable mechanical and electrical power measurement for efficiency determination of wind turbines Wind power is the largest form of renewable energy, but current testing methods are hindering innovations Rolf Kumme agreed 2019
EMPIR Support for Networks 18NET05 MATHMET Support for a European Metrology Network for mathematics and statistics A European Metrology Network for mathematics and statistics Sebastian Heidenreich in progress 2018
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
EMRP Industry IND09 Dynamic Traceable Dynamic Measurement of Mechanical Quantities Advancing the infrastructure for dynamic measurements: Ensuring reliable measurements of dynamic force, torque and pressure Thomas Bruns completed 2010
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). Maria Pia Toni completed 2007
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