Technical Programme

For details of the technical program see below

Monday, 08th Tuesday, 09th Wednesday, 10th
07:00-09:00 Registration S4: Measurement  of dynamic pressures S8: Realizations of ultrahigh vacuum
Key Comparisons of vacuum ranges
 S1: The New SI 08:30-09:10 Invited 4 Kevin Douglass 08:30-9:10 Invited 6 James Fedchak
09:00-09:20 Opening  09:10-09:30 Tu-M1 Sari Saxholm 09:10-9:30 We-M1 Julia Scherschligt
09:20-10:00 Invited 1 Michael Krystek 09:30-09:50 Tu-M2 Jun YANG 09:30-9:50 We-M2 Christian Wuethrich
10:00-10:30 Discussion  09:50-10:10 Tu-M3 Hongbo Wang 09:50-10:10 We-M3 Jacob Ricker
Break Break Break
S2: Optical methods for pressure measurement S5: Fluid manometers and piston gauges
S9: Partial pressure measurements
11:00-11:40 Invited2 Jay Hendriks 11:00-11:20 Tu-M4 Sven Ehlers 11:00-11:40 Invited 7 Karl Jousten
11:40-12:00 Mo-M1 Pierre Otal 11:20-11:40 Tu-M5 Hok Liok Goh 11:40-12:00 We-M5 Meng Dong
12:00-12:20 Mo-M2 Tom Rubin 11:40-12:00 Tu-M6 SamYong Woo 12:00-12:20 We-M6 Alper Elkatmis
12:20-12:40 Mo-M3 Martin Wüest 12:00-12:20 Tu-M7 Ahmed Hashad 12:20-12:40 We-M7 Lian Chen
12:40-13:00 Discussion  12:20-12:40 Tu-M08 Jose Eduin Culma   
  12:40-13:00 Tu-M09 Hideaki Iizumi
Lunch Lunch Lunch
S3: High Pressures S6: Piston gauges and controllers S10: Gas flow and leak rate measurement
14:00-14:40 Invited 3 Wladimir Sabuga 14:00-14:20 Tu-A1 Francisco Flores 14:00-14:20 We-A1 Michael Bair
14:40-15:00 Mo-A1 Hiroaki Kajikawa 14:20-14:40 Tu-A2 Roberto Guaranha 14:20-14:40 We-A2 Kenta Arai
15:00-15:20 Mo-A2 Jens Koenemann 14:40-15:00 Tu-A3 Yuanchao Yang S11:Establishing national capabilities
15:20-15:40 Mo-A3 Jorge Torres 15:00-15:20 Tu-A4 Daniel Tobón 14:40-15:20 Invited 08 Jorge C Torres 
15:40-16:00 Mo-A4 Tokihiko Kobata S7: Vacuum calibration
15:20-15:40 We-A3 Sari Saxholm
 Break 15:20-16:00 Invited 5 Janez Setina 15:40-16:00 Discussion  
16:30-17:30   Poster II Pressure 16:00-17:00  Poster II  Vacumm Break
17:00-18:00 IMEKO TC 16 Meeting   16:30-17:30   Closing ceremony & Social activity
 20:00-22:00 Conference Dinner  

Detailed Technical Programme 

Monday 8th


Opening Session

Chair: K. Jousten, J. Torres, T.Kobata

Session 1 The New SI

Chair: K. Jousten

Hour Type No Title Presenter
9.20-10.00 Invited 1 60 The revision of the International System of Units (SI) Michael Krystek
10.00-10.30 Discussion On new SI
10.30 -11.00 Break

Session 2   Optical methods for pressure measurement

Chair:T. Kobata

Hour Type No Title Presenter
11.00-11.40 Invited 2 29 New Pressure Standard by Refractive Index Measurement Jay Hendricks
11.40-12.00 Mo-M1 13 Helium-based refractometry for absolute low pressure measurements in the range 1-100 kPa Pierre Otal
12.00-12.20 Mo-M2 21 Application of optical multipass cells of the Herriott-type for pressure measurement of water vapor and other gases in medium and low vacuum Tom Rubin
12.20-12.40 Mo-M3 3 Optical Diaphragm Gauge Martin Wüest
12.40-13.00 Discussion On the new perspectives of optical methods
13.00-14.00 Lunch

Session 3   High pressures

Chair: N. Medina

Hour Type No Title Presenter
14.00-14.40 Invited 3 32 High Pressure Metrology for Industrial Applications. WladimirSabuga
14.40-15.00 Mo-A1 17 Evaluation and compensation for long-term drift of hydraulic pressure gauges monitoring stable and constant pressures Hiroaki Kajikawa
15.00-15.20 Mo-A2 9 Supplementary Comparison EURAMET.M.P-S14 in the Range 50 MPa to 1 GPa of Hydraulic Gauge Pressure Jens Koenemann
15.20-15.40 Mo-A3 52 SIM Key Comparison in Pneumatic Gauge Pressure for High Accuracy Pressure Balances up to 7 MPa, SIM.M.P-K1 Jorge Torres
15.40-16.00 Mo-A4 40 Development of system for measuring head differential pressure  and density of pressure medium TokihikoKobata
16.00 - 16.30 Break
Poster Session I – Pressure
16:30-17:30 8 Characterization of the New 1 GPa Piston-Cylinder Assembly of PTB WladimirSabuga
10 Oil compressibility measurements Irina Sadkovskaya
27 Traditional cross-floating method compared to differential pressure method Sari Saxholm
38 May the effective area of a piston cylinder assembly really drift? Nieves Medina
44 EURAMET.M.P-K8: Pressure comparison in absolute and gauge mode from 25 kPa to 200 kPa. Christian Wuethrich
45 The particular results of CMI within pres2vac EMPIR project Dominik Prazak
48 FINAL REPORT OF SUPPLEMENTARY COMPARISON SIM.M.P-S7 Hydraulic Pressure Comparison from 7 MPa to 70 MPa Juan Carlos Gil Romero
50 Mathematical Analysis of the Effect of the Constant Temperature Assumption in the Leak Test of PTB Testing Instructions, Volume 25 Oscar Yazit Salah Garcia
24 Characterization of gas pressure balances at LPM LovorkaGrgecBermanec
51 High accuracy relative and negative pressure transducers calibration comparison between CENAM-Mexico and FLUKE-USA Jorge Torres
53 SIM Key Comparison in Pneumatic Gauge Pressure for High Accuracy Pressure Balances up to 120 kPa, SIM.M.P-K6 Jorge Torres
54 Calibration of the full span of a negative pressure digital gauge in cities above the mean sea level Mayckol J Morales Castro

Tuesday 9th

Session 4   Measurement of dynamic pressures

Chair:J. Torres

Hour Type No Title Presenter
8.30-9.10 Invited 4 30 Traceable Dynamic Measurement of Mechanical Quantities Kevin Douglass
9.10-9.30 Tu-M1 28 Investigations in dynamic pressure realization and the results of the very first comparison measurement - bilateral pilot study between VTT MIKES and KRISS Sari Saxholm
9.30-9.50 Tu-M2 41 Traceable dynamic pressure measurement based on macro definition or micro interpretation Jun YANG
9.50-10.10 Tu-M3 34 Dynamic calibration of pressure sensors with a shock tube Hongbo Wang
10.10-11.00 Break

Session 5   Fluid manometers and piston gauges

Chair: W. Sabuga

Hour Type No Title Presenter
11.00-11.20 Tu-M4 5 Selection and Characterization of Liquids for a Low Pressure Interferometric Liquid Column Manometer Sven Ehlers
11.20-11.40 Tu-M5 16 Effective Area Calculation for Piston-Cylinder Assembly with Large Nominal Diameter Hok Liok Goh
11.40-12.00 Tu-M6 1 Comparison of reverse-operated piston gauge (RPG) with force-balanced piston gauge (FPG) SamYong Woo
12.00-12.20 Tu-M7 6 Characterization of a Force-Balanced Piston Gauge FPG 8601 as a Primary Pressure Standard Ahmed Hashad
12.20-12.40 Tu-M8 15 Measurement of the Sensitivity for Diving Bell Manometer Jose Eduin Culma
12.40-13.00 Tu-M9 19 Effect of kind of gas medium on calibration values of high gas pressure transducers Hideaki Iizumi
13.00-14.00 Lunch

Session 6   Piston gauges and controllers

Chair: S.Y. Woo

Hour Type No Title Presenter
14.00-14.20 Tu-A1 23 Calibration high accuracy pressure balances comparison using small masses in a standard balance or in a balance under calibration Francisco Flores
14.20-14.40 Tu-A2 36 Current technology for pressure controller calibration and possible trends Roberto Guaranha
14.40-15.00 Tu-A3 2 An integrated and automated calibration system for pneumatic piston gauges Yuanchao Yang
15.00-15.20 Tu-A4 11 Sources of uncertainty related to the measurement of pressure fluctuations in characterization of hydraulic turbomachines Daniel Tobón

Session 7   Vacuum calibration systems

Chair: K. Jousten

Hour Type No Title Presenter
15.20-16.00 Invited 5 59 Economical multi-purpose vacuum calibration system for smaller metrological institutes Janez Setina
Poster Session II – Vacuum…with Coffee
16:00-17:00 22 Development and characterization of a low pressure transfer standard in the range 1 Pa to 10 kPa Pierre Otal
35 Characterization of a variable conductance vacuum valve for high vacuum system Han Wook Song
43 CCM.P­K15.1: Pressure comparison from 1.0 x 10-4 Pa to 1 Pa between China and Switzerland. Christian Wuethrich
47 A molbloc/molbox system serving as a flowmeter for a continuous expansion and its traceability Zdenek Krajicek
55 System for measuring vacuum-pump performance using the standard throughput method Sheng-Jui Chen
37 Remarks Concerning about the Characteristics of the Extractor Vacuum Gauge and the Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer AlperElkatmis
25 Improved method for pressure measurement in saturation chamber of primary dew/frost point generators Lovorka Grgec Bermanec
31 A New orifice flow system for vacuum calibration in NIM Yuanchao Yang

Wednesday 10th

Session 8 Realizations of ultrahigh vacuum and key comparisons of vacuum ranges

Chair: J. Hendricks

Hour Type No Title Presenter
8.30-9.10 Invited 6 7 Development of a new UHV pressure standard (Cold Atom Trap Vacuum Standard) James Fedchak
9.10-9.30 We-M1 12 Technical challenges in developing the Cold-Atom Vacuum Standard (CAVS) Julia Scherschligt
9.30-9.50 We-M2 42 CCM.P­K15 : Pressure comparison from 1.0 x 10­4 Pa to 1 Pa. Christian Wuethrich
9.50-10.10 We-M3 4 Results of the CCM.P-K4.2012 International Key Comparison of National Metrology Institutes Measuring Absolute Pressure from 1 Pa to 10 kPa Jacob Ricker
10.10 -11.00 Break

Session 9 Partial pressure measurement

Chair: J. Setina

11.00-11.40 Invited 7 14 Traceable partial pressure and outgassing rate measurements Karl Jousten
11.40-12.00 We-M5 57 A new calibration apparatus for partial pressure mass spectrometer Meng Dong
12.00-12.20 We-M6 46 Time Stability Characterization of a group of Quadrupole Mass Spectrometers AlperElkatmis
12.20-12.40 We-M7 56 A measurement method of permeation rate of mixture gases basing on mass spectrometer analysis Lian Chen
13.00-14.00 Lunch

Session 10 Gas flow and leak rate measurement

Chair: J. Fedchak

14.00-14.20 We-A1 49 Verification of gas flow traceability from 0.1 sccm to 1 sccm using a piston gauge Michael Bair
14.20-14.40 We-A2 20 Applicability of Knudsen's equation to gas flow rate through crimped metal capillary for downstream atmospheric pressure Kenta Arai

Session 11  Establishing national capabilities

Chair: C. Neira

14.40-15.20 Invited 8 61 How to Systematically Build up Calibration Capabilities for Pressure and Vacuum in a Less- Developed Country Jorge C Torres-Guzman
15.20-15.40 We-A3 26 Investigations of uncertainty propagation and correlations in a pressure traceability chain Sari Saxholm
15.40-16.00 Discussion                                       Discussion on problems of metrology in less developed countries  
16.00 - 16.30 Break
16:30-17:30 Closing ceremony