Collaboration Opportunities for external Partners

Participants from the end-user community involved in solar UV measurements are invited to collaborate with the JRP-Consortium. The facilities developed in this JRP shall provide traceability of spectral solar UV irradiance at a new level of uncertainty and will be disseminated to the wider European UV monitoring community.

The improved irradiance traceability and the developed tools and methods for using array spectroradiometers in the solar UV range will be examined in a large field intercomparison of spectroradiometers organised at the end of the project at the World Radiation Center, Davos, Switzerland. Participating spectroradiometers from the end-users of the EMRP ENV03 Project will be characterised and calibrated by the facilities developed in this JRP.

Some activities of the EMRP ENV03 Project are open for Collaborators from the European UV monitoring community, joint to the Project by a official Letter of Exchange.

Following activities are intended to substantiate the collaboration with external partners of  the UV community:



               1.  6-10 August 2012 in conjunction with the UV Session at the International Radiation Symposium, Berlin, Germany

               2.  13 July 2013 at Davos, Switzerland, in conjunction with the IAMAS-IACS Davos Atmosphere and Cryosphere Assembly.

               3.  1 Day workshop in May/June 2014 during the UV intercomparison at PMOD/WRC, Davos, Switzerland

Further Informations can be found in "Information for potential collaborators" (download). To request for collaboration with the ENV03 JRP-Project by an official Letter of Exchange (download example) please contact  the Project-Coordinator Dr. Julian Gröbner (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).



Collaborators of the EMPR ENV03 project:



Organisation  name



Dott. Henri Diemoz

ARPA Valle d'Aosta



Dr. Alexander Los

EKO Instruments Europe B.V.



Dr. Kathryn Nield

Measurement Standards Laboratory of New Zealand

New Zealand


Dr. Uwe Feister

Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD)



Prof. Dr. Alkis Bais

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki



Dr. Wenjie Zhang

World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

United Nations