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Elsa Batista


IPQ | Volume and Flow Laboratory Responsible


laboratory; quality; metrology



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Elsa has a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Universidade Nova de Lisboa / Faculty of Sciences (FCT/UNL).,a Master in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Lisbon / Faculty of Sciences and a Degree in Applied Chemistry from Universidade Nova de Lisboa / Faculty of Sciences (FCT/UNL).

She is the responsible for the Volume and Flow Laboratory of the Portuguese Institute for Quality (IPQ) since 2002. Having started working at IPQ in 1999.

She is the convenor of the Volume subgroup of EURAMET technical committee and the Portuguese contact person for this committee.

She has been a technical auditor and trainer since 2002 in the areas of volume and flow.

Member of several international standardization technical committees, ISO TC 48, ISO TC28 and ISO TC84 and won the CEN-CENELEC Standards + Innovation Awards 2023 for the individual researcher category.

She has several articles published in national and international magazines in the scope of volume and flow metrology, one of this paper was recently was linked to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, helping to tackle some of the world's greatest challenges.

She participated in the development of several national and international guides, namely: EURAMET cg 21 and cg 19 in the area of volume and flow metrology.

She was the coordinator of the EURAMET international project “Metrology for drug delivery II” and is currently coordinating the project “Establishing metrology standards in microfluidic devices”.


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