Welcome to The Future
Metrology Hub

Metrology is critical to manufacturing growth and productivity,
and underpins manufacturing across all sectors.


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The
vision

 

The Future Metrology Hub’s vision is to transform the UK’s manufacturing performance by delivering significant improvements in the speed, accuracy and cost of measurement.

This will be achieved by developing novel embedded metrology technologies and a universal metrology informatics system to integrate design, production and verification.

With investment of over £40 million, the Hub is a key part of the UK Government’s research strategy to ensurethat the UK becomes more competitive and productive.


Our
partners

 

The Hub is led by Professor Jane Jiang supported by world-leading research teams from Huddersfield, Sheffield, Loughborough and Bath universities and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL). It is supported by 29 companies, across a range of sectors, and UK’s High Value Manufacturing Catapult.

“We have established a unique and sustainable research Hub to develop word-class science and deliver significant and lasting economic impact. We believe that we can drive a revolution in manufacturing metrology and enable a transformation in UK manufacturing performance.”

Professor Jane Jiang, January 2017

EPSRC: Pioneering research and skills
The University of Sheffield
University of Bath
NPL : National Physics Laboratory
Loughborough University
University of Huddersfield : Inspiring tomorrow's professionals

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Contact us

 

If you would like to get involved in the Hub or find out more information contact us:

The Future Metrology Hub

University of Huddersfield
School of Computing and Engineering
Queensgate
Huddersfield
HD1 3DH

 metrology@hud.ac.uk

 @hudmetrology

 01484 473709


Location

 

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