The Institute is also involved in several international scientific research programmes.
Current Metrology Research Projects
Past Metrology Research Projects
EMPIR RTNORM: kQ factors in modern beam radiotherapy applications to update IAEA TRS-398. ENEA-INMRI coordinates this JRP consortium. Ended October 2019.
EMPIR MRTDosimetry: Metrology for clinical implementation of dosimetry in molecular radiotherapy. Ended May 2019.
EMRP MetroDecom: Metrology for decommissioning nuclear facilities. Ended in 2017.
EMRP MetroERM: Metrology for radiological early warning networks in Europe, 2014-2017
EMRP MetroNorm: Metrology for Processing Materials with High Natural Radioactivity, 2013-2016
EMRP BioQuaRT: Biologically Weighted Quantities in Radiation Therapy, 2012-2015
The aim of JRP SIB06 BIOQUART is to develop measurement and simulation techniques for determining the physical properties of ionising particle track structure on different length scales, and to investigate at the cellular level how these track structure characteristics correlate with the biological effects of radiation. The relevant length scales range from about 2 nm (diameter of the DNA double helix) to about 10 µm (diameter of the cell nucleus). [Read more]
EMRP MetroMRT: Metrology for Molecular Radiotherapy, 2012-2015
EMRP MetrExtRT: Metrology for radiotherapy using complex radiation fields, 2012-2015
EMRP Metrofission: Metrology for New Generation Nuclear Power Plants, 2012-2015
EMRP MetroMetal: Ionising Radiation Metrology for the Metallurgical Industry, 2012-2014
EMRP Metro RWM: Metrology for Radioactive Waste management, 2011-2014
HORIZON 2020 TAWARA-RTM: Tap Water Radioactivity Real Time Monitor, 2013-2016
Brachytherapy: Increasing Cancer Treatment Efficacy using 3D Brachytherapy 2009-2011
External Beam Cancer Therapy: External Beam Cancer Therapy 2009-2011