From a Special edition of the IMEKO TC12 Newsletter
The Technical Committee 12 of IMEKO (IMEKO TC12) was established in 1979.
TEMPMEKO 2013, a major worldwide event of Technical Committee 12, was held successfully in October 2013 at Funchal/Madeira, Portugal.
Francesco Righini, the departing Chairman,?? presented?? a brief history of the birth of TC12 and developments in TEMPMEKOs, and the October 2014 TC12 Newsletter features a historic review with photos from numerous events.
Complete details of Tempmeko 2013 are available in a special issue of the?? “Newsletter after TEMPMEKO 2013”, that is freely available for download?? at: http://joomla.imeko.org/images/tc12/newsletter/TC12_Newsletter_after_Tempmeko_2013.pdf
During the conference dinner at TEMPMEKO 2013,??a?? semiserious presentation titled a “TEMPMEKO tale” was given by the departing Chairman (Francesco Righini), covering the birth of TC12 and developments in TEMPMEKOs.
A pdf version of that??presentation (the slides without the talking part) can be freely downloaded at the bottom of the “Documents” section, (http://joomla.imeko.org/images/tc12/TEMPMEKO_tale.pdf)
The??TC12 Newsletter dated October 2014??is a commemorative issue describing the development of TC12 in the last twenty years and beyond.
It includes a picture history of some TC12 events. It is downloadable at: http://joomla.imeko.org/images/tc12/newsletter/TC12_Newsletter_Oct14.pdf
The TC12 provides a forum for the organization of international scientific events in temperature and thermal measurements. TC12 organizes a main symposium (TEMPMEKO) every three years and other specialist scientific events (workshops, seminars).
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