Metrology Society of Australasia (MSA) Conference 2020

Media Releases June 29, 2020
NATA team

The MSA’s biennial conference will be held from 3 – 5 March 2020 at the Angliss Conference Centre in Melbourne and is a must-attend for professional metrologists, engineers, scientists, technicians and measurement experts.

NATA will have a booth at the Conference and we encourage delegates to visit and speak to staff members.

Presentations will include:

  • Barry Inglis – International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM) and its Role in the 21st Century
  • Murray Early – The 2019 SI Redefinition: Now what?
  • Paul McMullen – Transition to ISO/IEC 17025:2017 & ISO 17034:2016, an accreditation point of view
  • Lenice Evergreen – Boosting the metrology workforce – one apprentice at a time
  • Tony Bergen – Monte Carlo analysis of complex measurement uncertainty tasks  

In addition, there will be many other presentations focussing on:

  • Traceability and the SI ~ Evaluation of measurement uncertainties
  • Laboratory practice, accreditation and proficiency testing
  • Environment and climate change ~ Chemical and biological metrology
  • Temperature and humidity metrology ~ Dimensional metrology
  • Electrical metrology ~ Pressure metrology ~ Mass metrology
  • Flow metrology ~ Photometry and radiometry

Keep up-to-date on the programme on the conference page or if you’d like more information about the Society and their activities, you’ll find everything you need to know on their website.