Find all EURAMET Metrology Research Projects

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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 Health 19SIP01 PINICAL-MRT Protocols for clinical impact in molecular radiotherapy Developing the guidance to translate measurement knowledge on Molecular Radiotherapy into clinical practice Andrew Robinson agreed 2019
EMPIR Industry 17IND01 MIMAS Procedures allowing medical implant manufacturers to demonstrate compliance with MRI safety regulations Procedures allowing medical implant manufacturers to demonstrate compliance with MRI safety regulations Bernd Ittermann in progress 2017
EMRP SI Broader Scope SIB09 ELEMENTS Primary standards for challenging elements Primary standards for challenging elements Heinrich Kipphardt completed 2011
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 Industry 17IND14 WRITE Precision Time for Industry Developing a new time transfer technique for industrial applications Davide Calonico in progress 2017
EMPIR Fundamental 17FUN05 PhotOQuant Photonic and Optomechanical Sensors for Nanoscaled and Quantum Thermometry Photonic and optomechanical sensors for nanoscale and quantum thermometry Stéphan Briaudeau in progress 2017
EMPIR Normative 16NRM02 SURFACE Pavement surface characterisation for smart and efficient road lighting Better tools to calculate light reflection will create safer roads Paola Iacomussi in progress 2016
EMPIR Industry 14IND05 MIQC2 Optical metrology for quantum enhanced secure telecommunication Optical metrology for quantum-enhanced telecommunications Ivo Pietro Degiovanni completed 2014
EMPIR SI Broader Scope 15SIB05 OFTEN Optical frequency transfer - a European network Building a European optical fibre network for comparing optical atomic clocks. Harald Schnatz completed 2015
EMPIR SI Broader Scope 15SIB03 OC18 Optical clocks with 1E-18 uncertainty High-accuracy time measurement for optical atomic clocks Rachel Godun completed 2015
iMERA-Plus SI and Fundamental T1.J2.1 OCS Optical clocks for a new definition of the second completed 2007
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
EMRP SI Broader Scope SIB10 NOTED Novel techniques for traceable temperature dissemination Novel techniques for traceable temperature dissemination Dolores del Campo completed 2011
EMRP New Technologies NEW04 Uncertainty Novel mathematical and statistical approaches to uncertainty evaluation New approaches to complex risk assessment measurements Markus Bär completed 2011
EMPIR Health 15HLT07 AntiMicroResist Novel materials and methods for the detection, traceable monitoring and evaluation of antimicrobial resistance New test methods will help clinicians effectively target treatments in the ongoing fight against antimicrobial resistance Jim Huggett completed 2015
EMRP Industry IND54 Nanostrain Novel electronic devices based on control of strain at the nanoscale Characterising new materials for next generation electronics Louise Brown completed 2012
EMRP Energy ENG61 FutureGrid Non-conventional voltage and current sensors for future power grids New electrical measurements for the grid: New sensor technologies to support energy trading and security of supply Jari Hällström completed 2013
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
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
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