European Flow Measurement Workshop

Resounding success - taking a breather

Over recent years, the European Flow Measurement Workshop has grown to become a major platform for end users, manufacturers and institutes on newest developments in flow measurement.

After six very successful editions we are taking a breather and are re-assessing our options. Please be advised that we will not organize the European Flow Measurement Workshop in 2019. We thank you for your support and please watch this space because we will be back. If you have any questions or remarks by all means feel free to contact us.

On behalf of the organization team of the European Flow Measurement Workshop,
Kind regards,
Joost Groen

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