Note registration will close automatically at midnight on the 17 June 2019
The Partnering meetings for the SRTs listed below will be held on 26th and 27th June 2019 at NPL, Teddington, London UK.
Please note you can also register for the
SRT-g11 Applications for turning smart grid measurement data into actionable information
and SRT-g19 Ageing and fatigue of energy materials Scheduled for the 2nd and 3rd July 2019.
Co-ordinator training will be given by the MSU from 0930 till 1200 on the 26th June. This is recommended for those who may be interested in co-ordinating one of this year’s bids, or may intend to do so in the future.
On the 26th June at 12:30 – 13:45 Welcome and introduction. Details on meeting locations and points of contact will be provided.
Rooms will be available for each meeting 13:15 – 18:00 on the 26th June and 09:00 – 14:30 on the 27th June.
Meetings will be held concurrently. Delegates are free to move from meeting to meeting but for security will need to make arrangements to be escorted between meeting rooms.
The agenda for each meeting is at the discretion of the proposed consortium. Lunch and refreshments will be available on both days.
1800 – 1900 July 2nd. NPL has pleasure in inviting you to a drinks reception at the main entrance, after which you may explore the many bars and restaurants in the Teddington area.
SRT-g05 Metrology for hydrogen vehicles 2 26 / 27 June
SRT-g07 Metrology for hydrogen advanced storage solutions 26 / 27 June
SRT-g18 Advanced thermal metrology for electric vehicle powertrain efficiency and reliability 26 / 27 June
SRT-n03 Use of electrical key control characteristics to assess the degradation of graphene 26 / 27 June
SRT-n10 Standardisation of structural and chemical properties of graphene 26 / 27 June
SRT-n11 Metrology for testing the implementation security of quantum key distribution hardware 26 / 27 June
SRT-r01 Development of expanded metrological capability for medical ultrasound 26 / 27 June
SRT-r04 Quantum traceability for AC power standards 26 / 27 June
SRT-v02 Stable isotope metrology to enable climate action and regulation 26 / 27 June
SRT-v10 Metrology for aerosol optical properties 26 / 27 June
SRT-v12 Metrology to underpin air quality measurements using low cost sensor systems 27 June only
SRT-v15 Metrology for light absorption by atmospheric aerosols II 26 / 27 June
SRT-v16 Metrology for mass spectrometry traceability for nuclear decommissioning and environmental monitoring 26 / 27 June
SRT-g11 Applications for turning smart grid measurement data into actionable information 2 / 3 July
SRT-g19 Ageing and fatigue of energy materials 2 / 3 July