Comprehensive Measurement Uncertainty…Methods & Applications

Learn the basics of the measurement uncertainty model, the use of correlation, curve fitting problems, probability plotting, combining results from different test methods.

You will be able to apply uncertainty analysis techniques to most experimental test problems in order to help achieve the test objectives more productively and at lower cost.

This course covers introductory materials plus uncertainty propagation and specialized data analysis tools needed for the proper estimation of data quality. It includes lecture, several in-class experiments with data analysis and the in-class working of problems to solidify the learning. This course will provide the participants with the tools needed to perform objective data quality assessments. Ron Dieck will instruct this course.

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Ron Dieck


This course is designed for anyone interested in evaluating experimental accuracy:

  • Metrologists
  • Engineers
  • Technical & Quality Managers
  • Senior Calibration Technicians
  • Scientists
  • University Professors

Program Highlights

Extra attention is placed on the personal problems of developing confidence in uncertainty analysis results and on using measurement uncertainty to select instrumentation systems.


  • Accreditation: 1.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units)
  • 18 PDHs (Professional Development Hours)