Find all EURAMET Metrology Research Projects

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EMRP Energy ENG03 LNG Metrology for Liquefied Natural Gas Feeding gas grids: Enabling natural gas trading between countries not served by pipelines Oswin Kerkhof completed 2009
EMPIR Health 18HLT01 METVES II Standardisation of concentration measurements of extracellular vesicles for medical diagnoses Improve measurement accuracy for a new class of biomarker as a diagnostic tool Rienk Nieuwland in progress 2018
EMRP Industry IND14 Frequency New generation of frequency standards for industry Improving portable atomic clocks: Accurate atomic clocks for industry Patrick Gill completed 2010
iMERA-Plus Health T2.J07 EBCT External Beam Cancer Therapy In the European Union there are about 2.3 million cancer incidents every year. In terms of the number of deaths caused per year, cancer ranges second in the European mortality statistics. Given the massive extent of the cancer threat, decisive measures are required to improve cure rates. Ulrike Ankerhold completed 2007
EMRP Industry IND16 Ultrafast Metrology for ultrafast electronics and high-speed communications Increasing frequencies used by communications technologies: Enabling the efficient use of higher frequencies for communications Mark Bieler completed 2010
EMPIR Normative 18NRM06 NEWGASMET Flow metering of renewable gases (biogas, biomethane, hydrogen, syngas and mixtures with natural gas) Investigating gas flow meter accuracy for compliance with the EU Measuring Instruments Directive Christophe Brun in progress 2018
iMERA-Plus Length T3.J2.2 NIMTech Metrology for New Industrial Measurement Technologies Large objects up to (3 x 3 x 3) m³ can be measured with classical coordinate measuring machines, larger objects can be measured using mobile measuring equipment, like laser trackers, laser radar or indoor GPS. When starting the project, the traceability of such measurements was still an open issue as a qualified statement of the task specific measurement uncertainty. Frank Härtig completed 2007
EMRP Industry IND11 MADES Metrology to Assess the Durability and Function of Engineered Surfaces Making measurements of engineered surfaces: Reducing wear and friction in components Mark Gee completed 2010
EMRP Industry IND10 Form Optical and tactile metrology for absolute form characterisation Measuring optical curved surfaces: Characterising free-form 3D surfaces Michael Schulz completed 2010
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
EMPIR Support for Networks 18NET01 Energy Gases Support for a European Metrology Network for energy gases Positioning the network as the centre for provision of metrological services to ease the transition to a more diversified energy gas sector Annarita Baldan in progress 2018
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
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 SI Broader Scope 18SIB10 chipS·CALe Self-calibrating photodiodes for the radiometric linkage to fundamental constants Realising the candela based on electrical substitution and quantum standards Jarle Gran in progress 2018
EMRP New Technologies NEW02 Raman Metrology for Raman Spectroscopy Reliable imaging at the nanoscale Alice Harling completed 2011
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
iMERA-Plus Electricity and Magnetism T4.J01 Power & Energy Next generation of power and energy measuring techniques Society demands electricity supplies that are secure, sustainable and of high quality. In the next decade, Europe is facing potential energy shortages as oil and gas supplies run down and nuclear power facilities age. Pressure to reduce the green house gas emissions will lead to a requirement for more renewable energy generation, efficient appliances, energy management and improved electricity distribution efficiencies. Commerce will demand an electricity supply of the highest quality, free from momentary voltage interruptions or interference sources. Paul Wright completed 2007
iMERA-Plus Health T2.J.11 CLINBIOTRACE Traceability of Complex Biomolecules and Biomarkers in Diagnostics - Effecting Measurement Comparability in Clinical Medicine Stakeholders representing policy, diagnostic industry, academia and healthcare quality assessors, have highlighted the need for the further development of traceable reference measurement systems for complex biomolecules (e.g. disease state biomarkers and protein markers relevant for therapeutic intervention). Helen Parkes completed 2007
EMRP Environment ENV01 MACPoll Metrology for Chemical Pollutants in Air Supporting the development of EU air quality policies: Improving indoor and outdoor air quality measurements Annarita Baldan completed 2010
iMERA-Plus Electricity and Magnetism T4.J03 JOSY Next generation of quantum voltage systems for wide range applications The deployment of micro-electronic circuits for measurement and control applications in commercial devices and systems is ever increasing. Such control systems, in combination with state of the art sensors, have enabled large advances in both the performance and efficiency of mass-produced items. For example, electronic management systems in electrical motors have led directly to reduced energy consumption and, as a consequence, improved economy and reduced emissions to the atmosphere. Ralf Behr completed 2007
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