About the EMRP
The European Metrology Research Programme (EMRP) is a metrology-focused European programme of coordinated R&D that facilitates closer integration of national research programmes. The EMRP is jointly supported by the European Commission and the participating countries within the European Association of National Metrology Institutes (EURAMET e.V.). The EMRP will ensure collaboration between National Measurement Institutes, reducing duplication and increasing impact. The overall goal of the EMRP is to accelerate innovation and competitiveness in Europe whilst continuing to provide essential support to underpin the quality of our lives.
The EMRP is a long-term programme for high quality joint R&D amongst the metrology community in Europe.
Phase 1 is supported by the European Commission through ERA-NET Plus.
Phase 2 is supported by the European Commission through Article 169 of the European Treaty.
Phase 3 is proposed as EMPIR.
An indication of the fields to be covered, and the schedule for the calls are given on the EURAMET website
Further information on the EURAMET activities, including background information on the EMRP, is available at EURAMET website
Stage 2 of Call 2013 - Energy & Environment is now CLOSED
The 2013 conference will be held in Monaco at the end of November. Useful information about the conference can be found HERE
Early-Stage Researcher Mobility Grants
The aim of the Early-Stage Researcher Mobility Grant is to to increase the capability of the European metrology researcher community and additionally to ensure sustainability of cooperation between the NMI and DI of the EMRP.
For more information plese click HERE
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