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EMPIR Industry 14SIP08 Dynamic Standards and software to maximise end user uptake of NMI calibrations of dynamic force, torque and pressure sensors Improving force, torque and pressure measurements across high-value manufacturing Trevor Esward completed 2014
EMRP Health HLT03 DUTy Dosimetry for ultrasound therapy Improving and increasing ultrasound treatment: Standardised dosages for ultrasound completed 2011
EMRP Energy ENG56 DriveTrain Traceable measurement of drive train components for renewable energy systems Reliable wind energy: Improving the reputation of wind energy Karin Kniel completed 2013
EMPIR Research Potential 17RPT01 DOSEtrace Research capabilities for radiation protection dosimeters Improving Europe’s calibration facilities for radiation monitoring equipment Amra Šabeta in progress 2017
EMPIR Energy 14SIP07 Digital Standard Standard for Digital Data Format for Nuclear Instrumentation Harmonising radioactivity data for a safer, more efficient nuclear industry John Keightley completed 2014
EMPIR Research Potential 17RPT03 DIG-AC A digital traceability chain for AC voltage and current Facilitating digital measurements of AC voltage and current Damir Ilic in progress 2017
EMRP SI Broader Scope SIB61 CRYSTAL Crystalline surfaces, self assembled structures, and nano-origami as length standards in (nano)metrology Nanoscale length measurement: Meeting measurement needs for semiconductors and nanotechnology Ingo Busch completed 2012
EMPIR SI Broader Scope 18SIB08 ComTraForce Comprehensive traceability for force metrology services Solving the traceability chain puzzle for force measurement in material and mechanical testing Rolf Kumme in progress 2018
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
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
EMPIR Research Potential 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 in progress 2016
EMPIR Fundamental 17FUN07 CC4C Coulomb Crystals for Clocks Investigating the next generation of atomic clocks Ekkehard Peik in progress 2017
EMPIR New Technologies 17SIP05 CAsoft Software to maximize end user uptake of conformity assessment with measurement uncertainty A software tool for complex conformance testing of measurement devices Alexandre Allard in progress 2017
EMPIR Health 18HLT10 CardioMet Providing the measurement infrastructure to allow quantitative diagnostic methods for biomarkers of coronary heart diseases New procedures to enable more accurate diagnostic methods for cardiac disease biomarkers Claudia Swart in progress 2018
EMPIR SI Broader Scope 18SIB03 BxDiff New quantities for the measurement of appearance New quantities and calibration solutions for measuring virtual product appearance in digital design Gael Obein in progress 2018
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.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
iMERA-Plus SI and Fundamental T1.J1.4 Boltzmann constant Determination of the Boltzmann constant for the redefinition of the kelvin Joachim Fischer completed 2007
EMPIR Environment 16ENV02 Black Carbon Metrology for light absorption by atmospheric aerosols Harmonised measurements of black carbon will help refine climate models and mitigation proposals Paul Quincey in progress 2016
EMPIR Normative 16NRM08 BiRD Bidirectional reflectance definitions Helping industry control colour, texture, gloss and sparkle Gael Obein in progress 2016
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