IMEKO News & Events

The August 2021 General Council Resolutions in short

According to the regulations within IMEKO, the President Elect Dr. Frank Härtig (PTB, Germany) became the new President of IMEKO. He took over from Prof. Masatoshi Ishikawa (University of Tokyo, Japan) who is now the Immediate Past President. As new President Elect Paolo Carbone (University of Perugia, Italy) was elected. Congratulations!
We welcome our new members: INMETRO of Brazil and ETS-UPN (School of Telecommunications and Space Remote Sensing, National Pedagogical University) of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
We also welcome all 44 new Technical Committee members. Details can be found in the September 2021 newsletter.

Newsletter September 2021

The fourth newsletter is out now with facts about the World Congress Yokohama Japan 2021, about the General Council Sessions, this time the introduction of the Technical Committee 6 dedicated to Digitalisation and two new features.

The second 2021 issue of Acta IMEKO is published

Measurement has always been a tool by which we can observe the world around us. This concept was once again confirmed during the 24th IMEKO Technical Committee 4 (TC4) International Symposium, which showed how topics related to the world of measurement range across many fields of knowledge ... The 24th edition of the Symposium was originally planned to be held in Palermo, Italy; however, due to the COVID-19 emergency, the committee was forced to organise the event as a virtual conference ... As in the last editions, the 2020 Symposium covered a large number of engineering fields, from digitalisation to renewable energy and from acoustic and mechanical measurements to biomedical and chemical fields ... we hope that the readers will find this issue of Acta IMEKO useful and inspiring.
(From the editorial by Giuseppe Caravello and Ciro Spataro, Guest Editors)

This issue includes a General Track aimed to collect contributions that do not relate to a specific event. As Editor in Chief, it is my pleasure to give readers an overview of these papers, with the aim of encouraging potential authors to consider sharing their research through Acta IMEKO ... The heterogeneous topics of the papers submitted to the General Track confirm Acta IMEKO is the natural platform for disseminating measurement information and stimulating collaboration among researchers of many different fields but united by their common interest in measurement science and technologies.
(From the editorial by Prof. Francesco Lamonaca, Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief of Acta IMEKO)

The full papers are available for free from the Acta IMEKO website.
The Table of Content can be found on the Acta IMEKO page.
We hope you will enjoy this new issue.

In memory of Tamás Kemény

It is with great sadness that we inform of the passing of Dr. Tamás Kemény. He was a long-time Colleague and Friend in IMEKO, serving the organisation almost right from the start. Over a couple of decades, he was our Secretary-General and an active member of the Technical Committee 3 (TC3), dedicated to the Measurement of Force, Mass, and Torque. In addition, he was known for promoting IMEKO and science with his editorial and publication work and presentations. Read some of Tamás's words when he retired.

Newsletter June 2021

This third newsletter is about recent events, our Chinese Member Organisation's (CSM) special Metrology Day celebration, and IMEKO's first TC Workshop. there is the latest news on the World Congress Yokohama and TC news. Something new: part of this issue is dedicated to our TC8. We would like to continue in the upcoming newsletters by introducing a TC in each.

Newsletter April 2021

This year's second newsletter is out now! It is dedicated to the 64th GC we had recently. There is information in it about the new TCs, about ACTA IMEKO, about the coming up TC workshop and more. 

The first 2021 issue of Acta IMEKO is published

This Issue of Acta IMEKO is dedicated to papers that have been selected from those presented at the 2019 IMEKO TC4 International Conference on Metrology for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, 'MetroArchaeo 2019', held in Florence in December 2019 and those presented at the 2019 Asia Pacific Measurement Forum on Mechanical Quantities, 'APMF 2019', held in Niigata, Japan, in November 2019. The extended papers of MetroArchaeo give an interesting overview of the latest findings in measurement methods and techniques applied for the enhancement, characterization and preservation of archaeological and cultural heritage. The extended papers of APMF show recent progress of the research on the measurements in the fields of mass, pressure, and flow in the Asia-Pacific region.

The full papers are available for free from the Acta IMEKO website.
The Table of Content can be found on the Acta IMEKO page.
I hope you will enjoy this new issue.

Prof. Francesco Lamonaca, Ph.D.
Editor-in-Chief of Acta IMEKO

Newsletter February 2021

This year's first newsletter is out now! You can read about the latest developments in IMEKO, such as a new TC, there is news on coming up workshops and more.

News from the Presidential Board 

The Presidential Board has given out a special newsletter with important information about upcoming events and changes besides their seasonal greetings to you. Please save the dates for these events, IMEKO is looking forward to “seeing you there”!

Special edition Newsletter on the 63rd of General Council is out now!

Please read the detailed information in our newsletter.

IMEKO events and the coronavirus

Dear friends of IMEKO, dear colleagues,
The spread of the coronavirus and the measures taken in different countries forced the organizers of some of the events either to cancel the event or to postpone it. Please check the latest information on our Coming Events page.

World Metrology Day (WMD) 2021

The theme for the World Metrology Day (WMD) 2021 - as always on 20 May - is in this year: Measurement for Health. From the website of the WMD: "This theme was chosen to create awareness of the important role measurement plays in health, and thus in the wellbeing of every one of us. Indeed more widely metrology, the science of measurement, plays a central role in scientific discovery and innovation, industrial manufacturing and international trade, in improving the quality of life and in protecting the global environment." Read more on