the evolution of measurement techniques and the impact for industry, R&D and society,
the demonstration of the value of measurement as a tool for improvement in company,
the participation in the development of innovative technologies.
measurement uncertainties, traceability, interlaboratory comparisons, calibration, verification, accreditation, training and qualification of staff, cost optimisation, certification, modelling and numerical methods, organisation of the metrology function, standardisation.
mass, force, flow, pressure, dimensional, electricity-magnetism, time-frequency, temperature, hygrometry, optics and photonics, chemical metrology, materials, ionising radiation, acoustics, gravimetry.
biotechnology, environment, nanotechnology, health and medicine, sensory metrology, expectation and perception.
Papers selected by a Scientific and Technical Committee
Reply to authors no later than 30th January 2011
Final papers due 15th July 2011