EURAMET e.V. invite interested parties to submit Research Potential topics.
Stage 1 offers the chance for all stakeholders from any country to influence the research projects undertaken by the European metrology community by identifying the challenge, problem or opportunity for potential research topics (PRT).
The outcome of the Call for Needs could serve as a basis for a potential partnership call later in 2021 for joint research projects and is subject to eligibility criteria which may open in the third quarter of 2021.
To submit a PRT please upload your completed Word document (using the template provided), via the Submit tab, by the deadline of 22 February 2021 23:59 CET.
The CEN/CENELEC priority research topics can be found below:
|1||Specifications for non-conventional d.c. substation and performance assessment of non-conventional subs.|
|2||Characterization of Instrument Transformers for AC and DC grids up to 36 kV and up to 150 kHz|
|3||Mechanical data (P, F, etc.) for physical contacts between moving machinery or its parts with persons|
An announcement from IEC can also be found here. In addition, the CIE priority research topics can be found below:
|4||New calibration sources for spectroradiometers|
|5||Calibration and Characterization of HDR cameras for luminance measurements and glare evaluations|
|6||Performance of "light dosimeters" that measure light for non-visual and visual effects|
|7||Metrology of Obtrusive Light and Sky Glow|
The NEN priority research topic can be found below:
|8||Measurement of losses in HVDC converter stations|
The WELMEC priority research topic can be found below:
|1||Nonconventional measuring instruments|
Further detailed needs are being collected by CEN/CENELEC, CIE and WELMEC and will be published here as they become available. Please check this page for updates during the call.
ETSI priorities for 2020-2021 can be found here.
EURAMET consulted its members on which European Regulations they supported through their research work or measurement services. The current version of the resulting document (end of 2018) is available here.
To EURAMET has developed a Strategic Research Agenda for Metrology in Europe. The current version can be found here.
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