Find all EURAMET Metrology Research Projects

EMPIR Fundamental 20FUN07 SuperQuant Microwave metrology for superconducting quantum circuits Accelerating the development of quantum computers through improved microwave metrology at cryogenic temperatures. Mark Bieler agreed 2020
EMRP Industry IND59 Microparts Multi-sensor metrology for microparts in innovative industrial products Multi-sensor measurement for innovation Ulrich Neuschaefer-Rube completed 2012
EMRP Industry IND52 xDReflect Multidimensional reflectometry for industry Measuring complex visual effects reliably Gael Obein completed 2012
EMPIR Industry 17IND05 MicroProbes Multifunctional ultrafast microprobes for on-the-machine measurements Multifunctional ultrafast microprobes for on‐the‐machine measurements Uwe Brand completed 2017
EMRP Energy ENG58 MultiFlowMet Multiphase flow metrology in oil and gas production Multiphase energy flows: Measuring combined oil, water and gas flows David Crawford completed 2013
EMPIR Energy 16ENG07 MultiFlowMet II Multiphase flow reference metrology Harmonised multiphase flow measurements will support subsea exploration of new oil and gas reserves completed 2016
EMPIR SI Broader Scope 15SIB06 NanoMag Nano-scale traceable magnetic field measurements Accurate and traceable measurement capabilities for micro and nanoscale magnetic field measurement  Hans Werner Schumacher completed 2015
iMERA-Plus Electricity and Magnetism T4.J02 NanoSpin Nanomagnetism and Spintronics When starting the project in the field of nanomagnetism and spintronics, exciting new developments are under way in applications ranging from ultra strong magnets, spin polarized materials, ultra high density recording media, such as hard disks, flash memories/MRAM, spin transistors or spin-based qubits, leading to potential mass market products such as the instant boot computer, computer in a test tube and ubiquitous DNA- and bio-sensors. completed 2007
EMRP Industry IND14 Frequency New generation of frequency standards for industry Improving portable atomic clocks: Accurate atomic clocks for industry Patrick Gill completed 2010
EMPIR Energy 19ENG09 BIOFMET New metrological methods for biofuel materials analysis Faster, more accurate, reproducible and traceable methods for measuring solid and liquid biofuel calorific value Jan Nielsen in progress 2019
EMRP SI Broader Scope SIB57 NEWSTAR New primary standards and traceability for radiometry Light detection: New light detectors for new light sources Maria Luisa Rastello completed 2012
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 Length T3.J1.4 NANOTRACE New Traceability Routes for Nanometrology Dimensional measurements play a crucial role in almost every aspect of modern life where the role of nanotechnologies in Information and Communication Technology is growing. Today laser interferometers are the essential tool for metrology in semiconductor manufacturing where they are used for pattern placement measurements on photomasks and for position control in wafer scanners. The accuracy demands of dimensional measurements are rapidly growing. Marco Pisani completed 2007
EMPIR Health 16SIP01 Bio-stand New underpinning standards for improved bio-analytical measurement in Biotechnology & In vitro Diagnostics New standards will improve nucleaic acid and cell counting measurements to support advances in biotechnology John Black completed 2016
EMPIR Health 20SIP03 Bio-stand 2 New underpinning standards for improved bio-analytical measurement in infectious diseases Supporting the use of neucleic acid measurements in the fight against pathogenic disease John Black in progress 2020
EMPIR SI Broader Scope 17SIP08 NeWITT New Waveguide Interfaces for Terahertz Technologies Promoting new standards for waveguide devices above 100GHz Karsten Kuhlmann completed 2017
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 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
EMPIR Fundamental 20FUN08 NEXTLASERS Next generation ultrastable lasers: reducing thermal noise limit and overcoming technical limitations with new materials and technologies Reducing frequency instabilities to unlock development of stable higher-resolution quantum technologies Uwe Sterr in progress 2020
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
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