CORM is an organization of industrial, academic and government professionals coming together to promote and advance the changing needs of industry in the development of physical standards, calibration services and inter-laboratory collaboration programs. Our organization has a rich history of inter-industry technical interchange. We have proven to be a valuable resource to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in helping them to determine what the national priorities are in the Optical Radiation Measurement community and how to address them in a timely and cost-effective manner. As a CORM member, you will be able to network with NIST and National Research Council (NRC) of Canada scientists as well as other professionals in the industry. CORM is not exclusively a forum for experts; the novice will find a comfortable environment that provides numerous opportunities to learn more about optical radiation measurements. Please take a few minutes to browse our website to learn more about us.
CORM Tenth Survey Open
CORM regularly surveys the photometric and radiometric measurement communities to help provide national metrology institutes (NMIs) with information about pressing needs and trends for the measurement of light and optical radiation. The survey will take only a few minutes to complete, and will help NMIs define and develop programs to assist the metrology community. Your responses and contact information will not be shared with anyone. Those who complete the survey will be able to receive the results after the survey is closed, and will be entered into a drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card.