INRiM is partner of the European project dedicated to develop reliable and high throughput metrology for the quality control of NW energy harvesting system
INRiM is the promoter and coordinator of the European project dedicated to the development of a model to describe the quantum behavior of MEMs devices and to the definition of metrological characterization techniques at the nano-scale.
TRANSFER OF THE PATENT ON THE ELECTRIC ARC DETECTION IN DC RAILWAY SYSTEM
Diederik Sybolt Wiersma continues his mandate.
Application deadline is on September 11th, 2020.
Excellent metrological research awarded by the Italian Physical Society
Mid-term results from EMUE project
“Listening” to fundamental noise, from gravitational wave background to Planck-scale effects
A study on quantum sensing applications published on Physical Review Applied
Two Good Practice Guides for the electrical characterisation of graphene
Application deadline is on May 14th, 2020
"Better measurements for better health": metrology supports healthcare
Closing date:October 31st, 2019, 5 pm
It is k0-INRIM, the new software released by INRIM to measure element mass fractions using the k0-NAA method.
Free download from the INRIM website.
Second Call for proposals in the field of quantum technologies.
Deadline for submitting short and full proposals: February 18, 2019, 17:00 CET.
Reference standardISO 16063-22
This year, the theme for World Metrology Day will be Constant evolution of the International System of Units, the common language enabling to express measurements in the same way all over the world.
Cecilia Clivati is one of the winners of the Young Scientist Award.Award for best poster presentation to Filippo Bregolin and Marco Pomponio.
"Determining the quantum expectation value by measuring a single photon"
Elia Perego was awarded the prize for his research on ion physics at the Les Houches School on "Physics with Trapped Charged Particles".
The INRIM/LENS Researcher was selected as Invited Excellent Researcher by the Japan Society for Promotion of Science
EURAMET Newsletter Issue 13 is now available on-line.On page 4, "EURAMET's measurement research contributes to climate change monitoring" with brief interview to the INRIM researcher Andrea Merlone
Calibration of temperature sensors