Presentations and references available for download (updated 09/06/2021):
- Blaza Toman – Mathematical Statistician at the Statistical Engineering Division of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST, MD, USA) (https://www.nist.gov/people/blaza-toman) (presentation) Abstract (5.16 kB)
- Francisco Chinesta – full Professor of Computational Physics at the École Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers ParisTech (ENSAM, Paris, France) (https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=bUC7RZcAAAAJ&hl=en) (presentation, references) Abstract (62.07 kB)
Programme at a glance
The programme will include organized sessions on machine learning for metrology, digital twins and virtual experiments, Artificial Intelligence in pharma industry, inverse problems and flow simulations. Some organized sessions will be specifically dedicated to the activities of the Joint Committee for Guides in Metrology Working Group on the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement (JCGM-WG1:GUM) and to the output of the following EMPIR Projects:
- EMUE Project “Advancing measurement uncertainty - comprehensive examples for key international standards”
- RaCHy Project “Radiotherapy coupled with hyperthermia”
- QUIERO Project “Quantitative MR-based imaging of physical biomarkers”
- MATHMET Project “Support for a European Metrology Network for mathematics and statistics”.
Concerning the last Project, a special session will be organized offering (a) an introduction to the Quality Management System (QMS) for metrology software and data, that is being developed by MATHMET, (b) descriptions of case studies being used by different MATHMET partners to apply the QMS, and (c) a round table with the aim to collect input and feedback from stakeholders and end-users.
The programme will also include, among the others, contributed and poster sessions on measurement uncertainty, modelling for sensor calibration, designs of measurement experiments, regression methods, machine learning for metrology, conformity assessment, metrology in chemistry, measurements on nominal/ordinal scales, etc.
The Booklet of abstracts and the definitive programme (updated 07/06/2021) can be downloaded below.