The Measurement Science Conference was founded in 1970 to promote education and professionalism in Measurement Science related disciplines.
The conference has grown and matured to meet the needs of dynamic measurement technologies as well as to address pertinent National and Global Measurement issues. Based in California, the MSC has attracted experts from around the world as speakers, exhibitors and attendees.
The Measurement Conference was started as a method to draw attention and students to Measurements Programs. The Measurement Science Conference is an annual two-day conference established to promote professionalism within the Metrology Community. It provides an open forum for the exchange of ideas, techniques, and innovative thinking to those involved with measurements.
The 47th annual Measurement Science Conference is scheduled for April 5–7, 2017 at the Disneyland Hotel & Convention Center in Anaheim, California. The new exhibit hall format is intended to enhance our Exhibitors experience and improve customer traffic. The well–attended NIST Seminars, Tutorial Workshops and ASQ – CCT training classes will be held concurrent with the Conference Sessions and Exhibit Hall hours. All classrooms are located in the immediate Exhibit Hall area with dedicated Exhibit Viewing break times. The MSC organizing committee appreciates your consideration in exhibiting.
National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
Gregory F. Strouse is the Associate Director for Measurement Services of the Physical Measurement Laboratory (PML) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and is a member of the board responsible for assessments of the NIST Quality System. Since joining NIST in 1988, he has become a leading expert in temperature measurement and the realization and dissemination of the International Temperature Scale of 1990 (ITS‐90). He has designed and built up several new world-class facilities including laboratories for the calibration of standard platinum resistance thermometers, thermocouples and industrial thermometers, and he is a NVLAP technical and lead assessor. His current research interests include NIST-on-a-Chip embedded sensors, cold-chain management for vaccines, dynamic pressure sensors and standards, Johnson noise thermometry, acoustic gas thermometry, realization of the Boltzmann constant, photonic pressure standards and sensors, and development of alternative thermometers.