World Metrology Day - Measurements for health
This year’s World Metrology Day is dedicated to “Measurements for health”, a theme meant to create awareness about the important role that measurement plays in health, and thus in the wellbeing of every one of us.
On this occasion’s workshop we are thrilled to welcome colleagues from the SCIENSANO and CEN∙SCK institutes, who will talk about recent metrological developments in the fields of food & nutrition and radiation dosimetry for health applications. Next, members of the Belgian National Metrology Institute (SMD) will depict examples of their metrological endeavours in the service of health. The following slot in the agenda is dedicated to our guests, whom we encourage to present their projects either through the intermediary of a few slides or by simply stating their news. The workshop will end with round table discussions about the mainstream metrological trends and future challenges.
The workshop agenda is detailed here:
10.00 -10.10 Welcome & Introduction Hugo Pirée
10.10 - 10.40 Preparing METRFOOD-RI: a European Research Infrastructure for high quality metrology services in food and nutrition Karine Vandermeiren SCIENSANO
10.40 - 11.10 Dosimetry calibrations in support of health applications at the new Laboratory for Nuclear Calibrations of SCKC∙EN Cristian Liviu Mihailescu SCK∙CEN
11.10 -11.30 The Belgian National Metrology Institute in the service of health Miruna Dobre, Mieke Coenegrachts, Noham Sebaihi
11.30 -11.40 Pause
11.40 -12.00 Available to the guests, for sharing news and ideas
12.00 -13.00 Round-table discussions