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  • CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE FOR PHOTOMETRY AND RADIOMETRYReport to the 22ndGeneral Conference on Weights and Measures

  • CURRENT CCPR MEMBERS

    COUNTRYNMICOUNTRYNMICOUNTRYNMIAustraliaNMLItalyIENSouth AfricaCSIR-NMLCanadaNRCJapanNMIJSpainCSICChinaNIMKoreaKRISSSwitzerlandMETASFinlandHUTNetherlandsNMiUKNPLFranceBNM-INMNew ZealandNSLUSANISTGermanyPTBRussiaVNIIOFIHungaryOMHSlovakiaSMU

  • CURRENT CCPR OBSERVERS

    COUNTRYNMIMexicoCENAMSingaporeSPRINGTurkeyUME

  • DOMAIN OF OPERATION

  • THE VISIBLE REGION(PHOTOMETRY AND COLORIMETRY)

  • APPLICATIONS OF PHOTOMETRY

  • APPLICATIONS OF COLORIMETRY

  • APPLICATIONS OF RADIOMETRY

  • CURRENT CCPR WORKING GROUPS

    WORKING GROUPSUBJECTCHAIRWG-CMCCalibration and measurement capabilitiesCCPR President(temporary)WG-KCKey comparisonsDr Al Parr(NIST, USA)WG-UVUltraviolet radiometryDr E Ikonen(HUT, Finland)

  • WG-CMC MEMBERSHIPRepresentatives of the Technical Committees of the Regional Metrology Organizations (RMOs) in the field of Photometry and Radiometry.

  • WG-CMC FIRST MEETINGScheduled for May 2004 in conjunction with a meeting of the US Council for Optical Radiation Measurement (CORM) at NIST (Gaithersburg).

  • CURRENT WG-KC TASK GROUPS

    TASK GROUPSUBJECTPILOTWG-KC TG-K1aSpectral irradiance 250-2500 nmNPLWG-KC TG-K1bSpectral irradiance 200-400 nmPTBWG-KC TG-K2aSpectral responsivity 900-1600 nmNISTWG-KC TG-K2bSpectral responsivity 300-1000 nmBIPMWG-KC TG-K2cSpectral responsivity 200-400 nmPTBWG-KC TG-K3aLuminous intensityPTBWG-KC TG-K3bLuminous responsivityBIPMWG-KC TG-K4Luminous fluxPTBWG-KC TG-K5Spectral diffuse reflectanceNISTWG-KC TG-K6Spectral regular transmittanceBNMWG-KC TG-S1Spectral radianceVNIIOFIWG-KC TG-S2Aperture areasNISTWG-KC TG-S2Cryogenic radiometersBIPMWG-KC TG-KCPKey comparison proceduresNIST

  • CURRENT WG-KC MEMBERSHIPNML-CSIRO (Australia)PTB (Germany)NIMJ (Japan)NPL (UK)NIST (USA)

  • WG-UV TERMS OF REFERENCE

    -to study the measurement problems in the UV range and encourage coordination of the work of NMIs in that field; -to take initiatives aimed at improving world-wide equivalence in the field of UV radiometry, taking into account not only traditional techniques but also techniques such as synchrotron radiation, cryogenic radiometry and novel techniques for improving the stability of transfer standards.

  • WG-UV TERMS OF REFERENCE

    -to study the measurement problems in the UV range and encourage coordination of the work of NMIs in that field; -to take initiatives aimed at improving world-wide equivalence in the field of UV radiometry, taking into account not only traditional techniques but also techniques such as synchrotron radiation, cryogenic radiometry and novel techniques for improving the stability of transfer standards.

  • CURRENT WG-UV MEMBERSHIPHUT (Finland)PTB (Germany)NIMJ (Japan)NPL (UK)NIST (USA)VNIIOFI (Russia)

  • CURRENT CCPR FOCUSCompletion of first rounds of all key comparisonsCompletion of all service categories for the recognition of calibration and measurement capabilities under the MRARefocusing on technical work in important new areas in radiometry, like fibre optic metrology

  • CURRENT CCPR CHALLENGESShifting of BIPM resources out of traditional physical metrology and into chemical metrologyResulting closure of BIPM photometry and radiometry laboratoriesTaking up of additional workload by national metrology laboratories

  • THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!MERCI POUR VOTRE ATTENTION!