Winter School on Metrology, Nanomaterials for Clean Energy
28 JANUary - 2 February 2024
The European Union aims to produce over 32 % of its energy needs from renewable sources by 2030 to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions. The introduction of the Energy Union strategy, supported by directives and regulations that address all aspects of the energy supply chain, and measures to reduce energy consumption at point of use, has made Europe a world leader in this field.
The metrological research focused on technologies and metrological research that supported reduced greenhouse gasses, a secure, sustainable and affordable energy system whilst increasing the competitiveness of Europe's industries. This school outlines the key technical achievements and details the new measurement capabilities developed as a result of the collaborations within these energy themed projects.
The school is organized by the European Metrology Network Clean Energy and the Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica (INRiM, Italy).
It is a great pleasure to welcome you to the Winter School on “Metrology and Nanomaterials for Clean Energy”. The school takes advantage from the participation of prominent members of different scientific communities, Energy, Materials, Surface Science, Nanofabrication, Metrology and pre-standardisation, giving lectures on the state-of-the-art in their respective fields.
The purpose of the school is to provide a friendly and stimulating environment where experts, students and young researchers are in close contact discussing about science and sharing mountain and ski experiences. We hope you enjoy your stay in Claviere!
The Organising Committee
A. G. Albo, N. De Leo, L. Boarino, INRiM, Italy.
Senior Advisory Committee
A. G. Albo, L. Boarino, N. De Leo (INRiM, Italy), F. Castro (NPL, UK), N. Gambacorti (CEA-Leti, France), W. Vandervoorst (KU Leuven).