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July 6, 2021

LNE at CIM 2021

Once again this year, LNE will be present at a major event in the world of measurement: the International Congress of Metrology. It will be held from 7 to 9 September 2021 in Lyon.

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During the congress, researchers and engineers from LNE and the French National Metrology Network will take part in a number of conferences and round tables focusing on three major applications: Industry 4.0, Health and Green Deal.

See below for the program of talks given by LNE and RNMF researchers.

CIM 2021 will also be held in conjunction with the World Measurement trade fair for measurement technologies, at which LNE will have a stand.

See the full program of CIM 2021

 

Conferences

Tuesday 7 september

THERMAL MEASUREMENTS: WHAT’S NEW?

  • 9h30: Towards realising the redefined kelvin – Mohammed SADLI

THERMAL MEASUREMENTS: INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

  • 12h15 : An improved laser flash apparatus for measuring thermal diffusivity up to 3000 °C – Bruno HAY

GAZ METROLOGY

  • 12h45 : Experimental set-up for low cost sensor system performance assessment in a controlled environment - Alexandre BESCOND, François GAIE-LEVREL, Tatiana MACE

METROLOGY AT NANOSCALE– François Piquemal

  • 11h45 : Protocol for improving calibration of SThM device and decreasing uncertainty associated to thermal conductivity measurements at nanoscale – Nolwenn FLEURANCE

NEW ELECTRICITY LEAP– Maguelonne Chambon

  • 16h30 : SI traceability of the Farad at LNE - Olivier THEVENOT, François PIQUEMAL, Almazbek IMANALIEV, Kamel DOUGDAG
  • 17h : Support for standardisation of high voltage testing with composite and combined wave shapes – Hanane SAADEDDINE

Wednesday 8 september

GREEN DEAL CHALLENGES FOR CHEMISTRY

  • 9h : Creation of a new European Metrology Network on Pollution Monitoring (POLMO) inside EURAMET - Raphael MAILLARD
  • 10h20 : Realisation of a universal pH scale: a step forward for achieving comparability of pH measured in any media - Daniela STOICA

SESSION PLENIERE : IN MEASUREMENT WE TRUST

  • 11h30 : ONE HEALTH from the initial concept to the future challenges: Metrology as a cornerstone? - Sophie LARDY-FONTAN

METROLOGY FOR MEDICAL USE

  • 16h : Towards a reliable quantification of natural steroids and analogous pharmaceuticals at ultratrace level in water and human matrix – Amandine BŒUF
  • 16h15 : Development of a LC-HRMS method for the multiplexed quantification of nine sepsis protein biomarkers in human serum - Maxence DERBEZ-MORIN
  • 16h45 : Purity analysis of primary calibrators for absolute quantitation of clinically relevant proteins: state-of-the-art and perspectives - Chiara GIANGRANDE

EVALUATION OF UNCERTAINTY: FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS

  • 16h : Use the straight-line calibration function in a bayesian context - Catherine YARDIN

Thursday 9 september 

QUANTUM TECHNOLOGIES

  • 9h20 : The EMPIR Project GIQS: Graphene Impedance Quantum Standard - François COUEDO

STAKEHOLDERS MEETING EMPIR PROJECT “19ENG05 NANOWIRES”

  • 11h45 : High throughput reliable nanoelectrical characterisation of NW solar cells Gauge block robot - François PIQUEMAL, Khaled KAJA, José MORAN

PHOTONICS DEVELOPMENTS – Jean-Rémy Filtz

  • 15h : Testbed for lidar cinemometer assessment - Jimmy DUBARD, Jonathan BOUSSOIR, Jorge GARCIA-MARQUEZ, Mrs BLANC

Round tables

Tuesday 7 september

TRUST IN HEALTH MEASUREMENTS: NEW CHALLENGES

  • 15h45 : Lionel DREUX (President of GMED), Vincent DELATOUR

Thursday 9 september

METROLOGY IN THE DIGITAL AGE

  • 13h45 : Thomas LOMMATZSCH, Yannick NOUEL

Poster sessions

During the three sessions, many researchers and engineers will also present posters on various themes such as the environment, health, electricity, data or nanometrology.