The Hellenic Association of Laboratories - HellasLab and the Department of Chemistry of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh)

2022

KE.D.E.A. Auth Thessaloniki

Metrology 2022

8th Metrology Conference

Metrology 2022

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

8th Metrology Conference Postponed

Under the circumstances, the Hellenic Association of Laboratories – HellasLab and the Department of Chemistry of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) have made the decision that it is no longer viable to move forward with 8th Metrology Conference as originally scheduled. The different timelines and strategies of gradual withdrawal of pandemic prevention measures adopted by individual European countries have made it impossible to organise the event according to our standards of academic quality and hospitality and the conference is postponed to 2022.

When deciding to postpone the conference, we considered various alternative formats, but we opted for a physical conference as a way of renewing the bonds that bring together a scholarly community that are difficult to achieve through various online tools and virtual conferences.

HellasLab and Local Organising Committee are looking for viable alternative timing of the conference in 2022. We remain committed to having that decision made no later than the end of this year, if possible.

The details of the registration process (e.g. potential updating of abstracts, fee payments etc.) will be announced along with the new conference dates.

We truly appreciate your patience and understanding in this extraordinary and difficult time.

We are looking forward to seeing you all in 2022 in the beautiful city of Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

Hellenic Association of Laboratories – HellasLab

Local Organising Committee – Department of Chemistry of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh)

The Hellenic Association of Laboratories – HellasLab and the Department of Chemistry of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh)
announce the

8th Metrology Conference
which will be held in Thessaloniki, Greece,
at the Aristotle University Research Dissemination Centre (KE.D.E.A.)

Aim of the Conference

The 8th Metrology Conference, aspires to set the stage for distinguished and excelling scientists in Greece and abroad to exchange and share their experiences and research results in all aspects of Metrology, acting as a springboard for the upgrading of national & European laboratory and metrological infrastructure. At the same time, the conference aims to provide an opportunity for young researchers to present their work, for students to submit their first thesis, as well as for colleagues to put forward their concerns and suggestions as for any improvement of the subject of Metrology. The primary aim of the conference is to stimulate fruitful discussion and build bridges of communication and cooperation among academia, industry and governmental authorities, through inter- and trans-disciplinary networking. It will provide a unique international forum for exchanging state-of-the-art information and knowledge sharing.

 

Topics of the Conference

The theme of the 8th Conference will include all areas of metrological interest, with emphasis being given to Chemical Measurements. Dedicated satellite events will be organized as pre and post-conference events highlighting special emerging scientific aspects of recent developments and requirements.

The 8th Metrology Conference Organizing Committee together with the Scientific Committee is dedicated to develop a fascinating scientific program including oral presentations and announcements (posters).

Metrology Awards

The Scientific Committee of the Hellenic Association of Laboratories (HellasLab), looking forward to supporting and promoting scientific activity in the field of Metrology, has established, during the conference, the Award of Metrology Awards, which will be awarded to young researchers who have completed their PhD Thesis in recent years.

For further info on eligibility and requirements, please visit:

https://www.greekmetrology.gr/metrologia-awards-2022/

Committee

Organizing Committee

  • D. Lambropoulou, Department of Chemistry, AUTh (Conference Host and Chair)
  • V. Samanidou, Department of Chemistry, AUTh, President of the Division of Central and Western Greece of the Association of Greek Chemists
  • C. Nannou, Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Chemistry, AUTh
  • N. Kalogiouri, Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Chemistry, AUTh
  • N. Manousi, PhD candidate, Department of Chemistry, AUTh
  • S. Petromelidou, Postgraduate Student, Department of Chemistry, AUTh
  • P. Agathonos, HellasLab, AIR LIQUIDE HELLAS S.A.G.I.
  • G. Pantazis, NTUA, School of Rural and Surveying Engineering
  • I. Gonos, NTUA, School of Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • E. Karabetsos, Greek Atomic Energy Commission
  • K. Karfopoulos, Hellenic Atomic Energy Commission
  • A. Ktena, National & Kapodistrian University of Athens
  • E. Lambi, General Chemical State Laboratory
  • E. Mathoulalakis, NCSR Demokritos
  • G. Miliadis, Food Allergens Laboratory
  • G. Balagiannis, Benaki Phytopathological Institute
  • I. Dotsikas, National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Department of Pharmacy
  • E. Christoforou, NTUA, School of Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • G. Tsorbatzoglou, HellasLab
  • E. Lampi, General Chemical State Laboratory

 

Contact the organizing committee at email: info@greekmetrology.gr

Submission of Abstracts

The manuscripts should be formatted according to the 8th Metrology Conference format proceedings template and submitted as attachment in the e-mail: info@greekmetrology.gr. Please use the English language in all the submitted manuscripts. All the papers undergo a rigorous review process. All the papers accepted for presentation in 8th Metrology Conference will be included in the electronic Conference Proceedings. Correspondingauthors will be notified by e-mail message.

In case you need an invitation letter, please contact us at info@greekmetrology.gr

Key dates

Deadline for Abstract Submission:  16 October 2020

Final Date of Notification of Acceptance / Rejection: 31 December 2020

Deadline for Full Paper Submission:  28 February 2021

Registration and payment

Η εγγραφή σας θα πραγματοποιηθεί με τη συμπλήρωση της φόρμας εγγραφής

Please note that for your paper to be included in the conference programme and proceedings, you need to pay your registration fees not later than 28 February 2021, which is also the deadline for the early-bird registration.

Information regarding registration and payment fees is available at https://www.greekmetrology.gr/conferences/8th-metrology-conference/.

You can make your payment either by credit card, or by bank transfer. In both cases, registration through Conference website is mandatory.

 

Registration:

Regular / Industry:    120 € (early registration prior 28.02.2021)  – 150€ (post 28.02.2021)
Master and PhD Students:     40 € (early registration prior 28/2/2021)  –  50€ (post 28/2/2021)

 

The registration fee includes:

  • Attendance of all conference sessions
  • Participation in opening ceremony, welcome cocktail and party
  • Conference badge, conference bag with material
  • Refreshments during the conference

 

Master or PhD Student Registration: A copy of the student card or a declaration from the supervisor is required and must be submitted together with the registration form; otherwise the registration will be discarded.

Practical information for Thessaloniki

For detailed information about the city’s sightseeing & useful info you may download the CITY GUIDE.

Read more about Thessaloniki attractions here or find out about Thessaloniki’s and Unesco’s monuments in the city. Also there is a full list of the city’s museums here.

 

 

Location

 KE.D.E.A. – University Campus of Thessaloniki
info@greekmetrology.gr
kedea.rc.auth.gr

Contact Us

Organizing Committee
Phone: +30-2107233140

Hellenic Association of Laboratories – Hellaslab
e-mail: info@greekmetrology.gr