Criteria for membership of a Consultative Committees
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  • 1. WORLD METROLOGY Criteria for Membership of a Consultative Committee พล.ต. ดร. ชัยณรงค์ เชิดชู ผูเชี่ยวชาญ สถาบันมาตรวิทยาแห่งชาติ The Consultative Committees (CCs) operate under the authority of the International Committee for Weights and Measures (CIPM). The CIPM appoints the President of each CC, who is expected to chair each CC meeting and report to the CIPM. The President is normally chosen amongst the members of the CIPM. With the exception of the Consultative Committee for Units (CCU), which has different membership criteria, membership of the CCs is decided by the CIPM in accordance with the following established criteria. Membership of a Consultative Committee is open to institutions of Member States of the BIPM that are recognized internationally as most expert in the field. This normally requires that they: • be national laboratories charged with establishing national standards in the field; • be active in research and have a record of recent publications in research journals of international repute; • have demonstrated competence by a record of participation in international comparisons organized either by the Consultative Committee, the BIPM or a regional metrology organization. In addition the CCs may include as Members: • relevant intergovernmental organizations, international bodies and scientific unions whose participation would advance the work of the CC; • named individuals when their knowledge and competence are highly valuable to the CC, even if they come from an institute that does not fulfil the membership criteria. 6 Vol.12 No.56 May-June 2010
  • 2. • Any BIPM Member State NMI or designated institute with an interest in the The International Committee for Weights particular scientific field may apply for membership by writing to the Director of the BIPM and Measures (CIPM) has ten Consultative and presenting its case for membership. The Director will then normally consult the CC Committees (CCs). President who in turn may consult the CC. If deemed appropriate, at the next meeting of CCAUV : Consultative Committee for the CIPM the CC President, with the support of the Director of the BIPM, will ask the CIPM Acoustics, Ultrasound and Vibration to approve Member status. CCEM : Consultative Committee for • Observer status on a CC may be granted to those institutes of Member States Electricity and Magnetism and to intergovernmental organizations, international bodies and scientific unions that CCL : Consultative Committee for actively participate in the activities organized under the auspices of the CC and its working Length groups but do not yet fulfil all the criteria for membership. Observer status is decided by CCM : Consultative Committee for the CIPM. Mass and Related Quantities • The Director of the BIPM is a Member ex officio of each CC and there is CCPR : Consultative Committee for usually at least one other BIPM staff member present at each meeting. Photometry and Radiometry CCQM : Consultative Committee for • Members and Observers are generally metrology laboratories and specialized Amount of Substance - Metrology in institutes, or international organizations, each of which sends a delegate of their choice Chemistry in response to the convocation issued by the Director of the BIPM on behalf of the CC CCRI : Consultative Committee for President. Member institutions may also send technical experts to support their delegate. Ionizing Radiation The number of such experts, typically one or two, is decided by the CC President and CCT : Consultative Committee for is printed on the convocation. The delegate of an Observer may not send an additional Thermometry technical expert without the prior approval of the CC President. CCTF : Consultative Committee for • The President of a CC may invite other persons to attend a meeting of the Time and Frequency CC as Guests. Guests have the same status as Observers for the meeting to which they CCU : Consultative Committee for are invited, but they are invited as a Guest on an individual, one-off basis. Units • The CIPM will carry out a formal review of the membership of the CCs every four years in the year following a meeting of the CGPM although the CC President may propose changes at each CIPM meeting. • The CIPM may decide to remove Member status, change Member status to Observer status, or remove Observer status. • The list of CC Members and Observers is detailed in the Directory of Consultative Committees and on the CC pages on the BIPM website. 7 Vol.12 No.56 May-June 2010