Meetings & Conferences

17th International Congress of Metrology - CIM 2015 - Paris, France - Sept 21-24
CAFMET 2016, Dakar, Senegal - March 21st-24th

Fluke Calibration – July Webinars

Live Web Seminars on Calibration and Metrology

Real-world expertise and practical tips about electrical, flow, pressure, RF and temperature calibration. New web seminars are scheduled monthly. If you would like to be the first to know about new topics, sign up for Fluke Calibration web seminar alerts. If you can’t find the topic you are looking for, we may have already covered it. View our list of 50+ on-demand web seminars to find out.

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Sep 21-22 Introduction to Measurement Uncertainty – Dallas, TX

The course is suitable for all personnel of both calibration and testing laboratories. Every effort is made to eliminate unnecessary complications, to apply The Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement (GUM) at its simplest level and to take away the mystery associated with measurement uncertainty. Participants who have never developed uncertainty budgets usually develop the required skills to understand and modify existing budgets, as well as to develop basic budgets from scratch. Others who seek explanations of GUM complexities obtain clarifications expressed in simple terms. Measurement uncertainty problems are solved by brainstorming methods so as to generate interaction by all participants.

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Sep 16-18 Practical Measurement Uncertainty – Atlanta, GA

Attendees of this 2.5- day course will learn a practical approach to measurement uncertainty applications and understand the steps required, accepted practices, and the two practical types of uncertainties needed by competent accredited laboratories. Examples are relevant to calibration laboratories. For more information, visit: http://anab.org/training/

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Aug 3-4 Training for Measurement Uncertainty – Brea CA

This IAS training program is designed to provide a complete overview of the ISO/IEC 17025 requirements concerning Measurement Uncertainty (MU) as applied to measuring equipment with calibration examples taken from mechanical engineering, physical testing, mass calibration, etc. The program offers its participants an initial step to understanding the accreditation requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 as applicable to MU calculations, with hands-on practical application.  Registration Deadline: Monday July 27, 2015 >> Register

Early-bird Discount (Applications Received by 20 July): $645

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