Marmara University and Yeditepe University, Istanbul, Turkey
Reference materials are key tools for achieving traceability of measurements,
proving accuracy of methods and demonstrating proficiency of laboratories.
Millions of measurements are performed in Europe each year. The results of
these measurements form the basis of decisions important for the economy and
the quality of life. For instance, the acceptance of a batch of steel, control
of pollution of the environment, control of presence of pesticides in food, or
early warning for heart attacks are all based on measurement results.
The use of certified reference materials ensures that analytical results are
reliable, accurate and comparable between laboratories all over the world. For
more than three decades, JRC-IRMM has been active in the development and
production of certified reference materials and continues to supply the
analytical community with this indispensable tool for quality assurance.
This lecture provides the audience with general knowledge on the proper
selection and use of reference materials.
Who should attend?
University staff and students concerned with Metrology in Chemistry topics.
Timing: The lectures will be given in two different universities on the
Thursday 6 May 2010:
10:00-11:00 Lecture on the "Use of Reference Materials" in Marmara University
- Chemistry Department
13:00–14:00 Lecture on the "Use of Reference Materials" in Yeditepe University
– Department of Chemical Engineering.
Registration: Prior registration is not necessary (no fee involved).
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