Structure and Governance

 
 
EXECUTIVE
 
 
The role of the Executive is to:
  • help build a coherent and recognised, regional analytical chem/bio measurement science community by 2021
  • provide the voice that ensures analytical/measurement science has an appropriate part to play in all UK innovation challenges
  • enhance the analytical measurement skill base through provision of training that meets membership ‘real world’ needs
  • develop a collaborative industry-led  research network to deliver novel
    cross–sector point of use commercial measurement technologies.
  • agree allocation of funds for training and research
  • facilitate access to centralised and high cost measurement technologies and expertise
The Executive also has a responsibility for:
  • monitoring of impact - training / research
  • oversight / steering direction on membership - inclusive/representation etc. (incl. international activities
  • facilitation of commercialisation activities
  • shaping research challenges/direction from industry members (incl. prioritisation at a high level of challenge themes)

SECRETARIAT

The role of the Secretariat is to:

  • manage distribution of CAMS finances
  • provide single point member access to CAMS
  • facilitate industry – academia links
  • promote CAMS, including establishing and maintaining the CAMS webportal
  • promote the value of AMS
  • administer research and training events
  • explore the concept of work experience bursaries

INDUSTRY STEERING BOARD

Industrial core member board which sets the challenges for member projects.  Members include the Research Institute and BEAM chairs.

TRAINING MANAGEMENT PANEL

Comprising representatives from Tier 1 and Tier 2 industrial and training members, makes recommendations and provide updates to the Executive on:

  • current and future industry needs
  • analytical measurement and commercial training requirements,
  • the ongoing research programmes.

ACADEMIC MANAGEMENT PANEL

Comprising representatives from all academic membership categories, makes recommendations and provide updates to the Executive on:

  • the ongoing research programmes to enable delivery of the research challenges identified by the Training Management Panel

Contact Us:

Email: secretariat@cams-uk.co.uk