The Future Metrology Hub was delighted to host Prof Peter de Groot last week and showcase the optics and optical development research and facilities.
His Excellency Liu Xiaoming visited the University’s Centre for Precision Technology, the Ion Beam Centre and the Institute of Railway Research
Professor of Precision Metrology Dame Xiangqian Jiang has been selected alongside eleven others as a strategic advisor to Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Executive.
Nemwel Ariaga was one of just 11 students to receive a Chancellor’s Prize from the University’s Chancellor, HRH The Duke of York. Nemwel will now embark on his PhD.
Earlier this year, CPT Research Assistant Tom Furness returned from an 18-month sabbatical at CERN in Switzerland.
The smart language that enables designers, AM engineers and inspectors to truly communicate. It will greatly improve the process repeatability and part-to-part reproducibility, reduce power usage and failure rate, lower production costs and create environmentally-friendly manufacturing technology
The Memorandum of Understanding will form strong links between the two universities in the field of precision metrology
This year’s Surface Metrology Training School takes place on Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th of June 2018.
The beginning of May saw the launch of the Hub’s Industrial Metrology Forum, with over 25 organisations attending the half day event to get an update on the Hub’s research programmes and to discuss industry’s metrology needs and priorities.
The Future Metrology Hub’s new training school, certified by euspen.