Applied Measurement Science
Sergei Jurtšenko
sergeij8@gmail.com
Master’s Programme
http://www.ut.ee/ams
Measurements?
• To be undestood in the brodest senice:
 Toxic metals in drinking water
 Choloseterol level in blood
 Strength on construction materials
 Octane number of gasoline
 ...
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Importance of Measurements?
• Importance of measurements is enormous:
 Critical decisions (economical, social, medical) are
based on results of measurements
 40% of the EU directives involve measurements
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Key to success: Education
• There is a huge need for educated workers and
managers in laboratories!
• This is why the AMS programme was launched
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Learning outcomes
• The broader aim of the curriculum is to qualify specialists
for working on the areas where competence in
measurements, metrology and quality systems is required.
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From which countries the students come?
• 38% Estonia
• 62% foreign (Ukraine, China, Great
Britain, Romania, Turkey, Latvia,
Uzbekistan, Uganda, Jordan,
Kasakhstan, Chroatia, Albania,
Lithuania)
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2012:
China, Latvia, Nepal, Albania, Estonia,
Ghana
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Outline
• Interdisciplinary 3+2 master's degree programme
• Cross-sectorial
– Physical measurements
– Chemical measurements (analyses)
– Metrology
The education that you
will get is of very broad
– Quality systems
applicability
– Economic and legal
aspects of measurements
• 120 ECTS
• Tuition in English
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Knowledge and skills
• Measurement and analysis methods
– Physical and chemical basis
• Factors affecting the results
• Calculation methods
• Knowledge necessary for assessment of
quality of results
• Economic and legal aspects, quality systems
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Program structure
Obligatory Module (45 ECTS)
Courses: Measuring and Instrumentation, Measurement Data Processing, Lab of Physical
Measurements, Practical Chemical Analysis Methods, Lab of Chemical Analysis Methods,
Fundamentals of Metrology, Metrology in Chemistry, Seminar in Measurement Science,
Quality Systems
Elective Module (30 ECTS, courses can be chosen from the list)
Possible courses: Materials Characterization and Testing, Structural Analysis,
Measurements in Biochemistry, Measurements and the Law, Economic Aspects of
Measurements, Signal Processing, Chemometrics, Environment and Measurement,
Electrochemical Measurement and Analysis Methods, Nanometrology, etc
Optional Subjects
(6 ECTS, any courses can be chosen university-wide, e.g. languages)
Practical Speciality Training
(9 ECTS, internship placement in industry or analysis or calibration laboratories)
Master’s thesis
(30 ECTS, reasearch project with a topic related to measurement science)
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Master’s thesis
• This is a serious scientific research project.
• It is very important to begin Master`s thesis
work as soon as possible at the beginning of
study.
• You should not expect that you will be able to
complete it with one semester.
• The best advisor for you is your Master`s
thesis supervisor.
• The information about research groups at the
Seminars in Measurement Science (starting
from September 5) .
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Monday
Autumn 2012 Timetable
Time
Course code
Course title
12.15 18.00
LOKT.06.047 Atomic
Spectroscopy
12.15 –
18.00
LOKT.06.047 Atomic
Spectroscopy
Location
Week(s)
Lecturer(s)
Ravila 14A
1100
Ravila 14A
1100
13
Ivo Leito, Teemu
Matias Näykki
12
Ivo Leito, Teemu
Matias Näykki
14.15-16 LOFY.02.057
Basics of Materials Tähe 4 Science presented in 207
English I
1.-3., 5.7
Alan Tkaczyk
14.15-16 LOFY.02.058
Basics of Materials Tähe 4 Science presented in 207
English II
8.-9.,
14.-16.
Alan Tkaczyk
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obligatory
(red)
elective
(yellow)
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Autumn 2012 Timetable
Tuesday
Time
Course code
Course title
Location
Week(s)
Lecturer(s)
10.15 - 12.00 LOKT.06.047
Atomic Spectroscopy
Ravila 14A 1022
12
Ivo Leito, Teemu
Matias Näykki
10.15-12.00
LOKT.06.047
Atomic Spectroscopy
Ravila 14A 1022
13
Ivo Leito, Teemu
Matias Näykki
12.15-14.00
LOKT.06.047
Atomic Spectroscopy
Ravila 14A 1100
13
Ivo Leito, Teemu
Matias Näykki
12.15-14.00
LOKT.06.047
Atomic Spectroscopy
Ravila 14A 1100
12
Ivo Leito, Teemu
Matias Näykki
12-15-14
LOFY.02.057
Basics of Materials Science
presented in English I
Tähe 4 - 207
1.-3., 5.-7
Alan Tkaczyk
12.15-14
LOFY.02.058
Basics of Materials Science
presented in English II
Tähe 4 - 207
8.-9., 14.16.
Alan Tkaczyk
14.15-16.00
LOKT.06.047
Atomic Spectroscopy
Ravila 14A 1051
12
Ivo Leito, Teemu
Matias Näykki
14.15 –
16.00
LOKT.06.047
Atomic Spectroscopy
Ravila 14A 1051
13
Ivo Leito, Teemu
Matias Näykki
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Wednesday
Autumn 2012 Timetable
Time
Course code
Course title
Location
Week(s)
Lecturer(s)
8.15 10.00
LOFY.01.036
Tähe 4 - 411
1-16
Koit Mauring
12.30 14.00
LOKT.06.032
Measuring and
Instrumentation
(lecture)
Practical Chemical Analysis
(lecture)
Ravila 14A 1100
1-16
14.15 16.00
14.15 16.00
16.15 18.00
LOFY.01.082
Quality Management
(lecture)
Structural Analysis I
(lecture)
Master Seminar in
Measurement
Science (seminar)
Tähe 4 - 410
1-16
Koit
Herodes, Ivo
Leito
Mart Noorma
Ravila 14A 3070
Ravila 14A 1100
1-16
Uno Mäeorg
1-16
Koit
Herodes, Anneli
Kruve, Ivo Leito
LOKT.09.022
LOKT.06.036
Thursday
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10.15 12.00
LOFY.01.037
Modern Metrology
Tähe 4 - 427
2-16
12.15 14.00
LOKT.09.028
Quality systems
Ravila 14A1104
2-16
Martin Vilbaste,
Mart Noorma
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Autumn 2012 Timetable
Friday
Time
Course code
Course title
Location
Week(s)
Lecturer(s)
10.15 12.00
LOFY.01.039
Measurement Data
Processing (lecture)
Tähe 4 - 427
1-16
Erko Jakobson
12.30 14.00
LOKT.06.032
Practical Chemical Analysis
(lecture)
Ravila 14A 1100
1-16
Koit
Herodes, Ivo
Leito
14.15 16.00
LOKT.02.035
Electrochemical Methods for Ravila 14A Quantitative Analysis
1100
(lecture)
1-16
Jaanus Kruusma
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Obligatory subjects (courses)
full information
Course
https://www.is.ut.ee/pls/ois_sso/!tere.tulemast
Code
ECTS
Lect/Sem
/Lab
Comments
Measuring and
Instrumentation
Measurement Data
Processing
LOFY.01.036
3
Lect
LOFY.01.039
3
Lect
Practical Chemical Analysis
LOKT.06.032
6
Lect,
Seminar
Modern Metrology
LOFY.01.037
3
Lect
Core lecture course on physical measurements
(physical basis of measurement methods)
Core lecture course on measurement-related data
processing (mathematical statistics, distribution
functions, measurement uncertainty, etc)
Core lecture course on chemical analysis (Physical and
chemical principles of the main classical and
instrumental methods of chemical analysis, calculations
in analytical chemistry)
Core lecture course on general and physical metrology
Quality Management
LOFY.01.082
3
Lect
Master Seminar in
Measuremnt Science
Practical physical
measurements and
calibrations
Practical Works in Chemical
Analysis and Metrology
Metrology in Chemistry
LOKT.06.036
12 (3)
Seminar
LOFY.01.040
3
Lab
Lecture course on quality systems (ISO 17025, ISO
9001)
Seminar (work with literature, presentations, monitoring
the progress of master thesis)
Core lab course on physical measurements
LOKT.06.033
6
Lab
Core lab course on chemical analysis
LOKT.06.030
6
Lect,
Comput.
lab
Core lecture course on metrology in chemistry (method
validation, traceability, reference materials,
measurement uncertainty in chemistry, …)
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Elective subjects (courses)
Course
Code
ECTS
Materials characterization and
testing methods in chemistry
Electrochemical Methods for
Quantitative Analysis
Basics of Materials Science
presented in English I
Basics of Materials Science
presented in English II
Atomic Spectroscopy
LOKT.01.063
6
Lect/Sem
/Lab
Lect, lab
LOKT.02.035
3
Lect, lab
Classical and modern (SEM, STM, AFM) methods of
materials testing
Measurement science in electrochemistry
LOFY.02.057
3
Lect
Introduce the fundamentals of Materials Science
LOFY.02.058
3
Lect
LOKT.06.047
3
Lect
Develop the ability to apply English terminology in
scientific communication.
Atomic mass spectrometry etc. Case studies.
Measurements and the Law
LOKT.06.034
3
Lect
Legal aspects of measurements
Economic aspects of
measurements
Signal Processing
LOKT.06.035
3
Lect
Economic impact of measurements
LOFY.01.020
3
Lect
Environment and
LOKT.04.072
Measurement
Measurements in Biochemistry LOKT.10.017
3
Lect, Lab
Mathematics and algorithms for processing of
measurement signals
Environmental applications of measurements
3
Lect, Lab
Biochemical applications of measurements
Structural Analysis I
LOKT.09.022
3
Lect, Lab
Chemometrics
LOKT.08.005
3
Lect
Nanometrology
LOFY.01.096
3
Lect
Instrumental methods for determining molecular
structure
Advanced data processing in science, especially in
analytical chemistry
Measurements at nanometer level
Quality systems
LOKT.09.028
3
Lect
Lecture course on quality systems (ISO 17025, GLP)
Mechanical Behavior of
Materials
Nuclear Engineering
LOFY.03.037
6
Lect
LOFY.03.038
6
Lect
Mechanical properties of materials and their testing and
measurement
Introduction to nuclear processes and radiation, nuclear
reactors and energetics, nuclear safety
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Study Information System (SIS)
• Address: http://ois.ut.ee/
• The administration of your studies
proceeds fully via SIS
• The username and password of SIS
are also used for accessing most other
data systems here at UT
• Please monitor your e-mail account
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Taking a course, what does it mean?
1. Registering to the course via SIS
2. Attending the course
– Performing intermediate tests, answering
questions on practical works, if required, etc
3. Registering to the exam via SIS
4. Taking the exam
– In some courses (labs) there are no exams
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Calendar of this academic year (2012/2013)
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Academic year begins: 03.09.2012
Deadline for the first year students for registration to courses:
17.09.2012
Christmas holiday begins: 24.12.2012
Christmas holiday ends: 06.01.2013
Autumn semester ends: 03.02.2013
Winter holiday begins: 04.02.2013
Winter holiday ends 10.02.2013
Registration deadline for next semester courses: 10.02.2013
Spring semester begins: 11.02.2013
Spring semester ends: 30.06.2013
Summer holiday begins: 01.07.2013
Summer holiday ends: 01.09.2013
Registration deadline for next semester courses: 01.09.2013
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Study progress requirements
• The overall programme is 120 ECTS
• Per semester you should get
– preferably 30 ECTS
– as a minimum 22.5 ECTS
• In the case of extensive previous experience credit
transfer (RPL/VÕTA) is possible
– This is dealt with on case by case basis
Further information is available at,
http://www.ut.ee/en/RPL, a RPL contact person at
the faculty is Sergei Jurtšenko
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Locations of studying
Chemistry building “Chemicum” Ravila 14a
(Institute of Chemistry)
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Locations of studying
Physics building
Tähe 4
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Physics building (“Institute of
physics”) Riia 142
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Access to the Chemistry Building
form the Centre
– The bus shedules at:
http://www.peatus.ee/#route_search/eng
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UT academic library
Ravila 14a
Struve 1
Program Coordination
Sergei Jurtšenko, programme manager
• sergeij8@gmail.com
• Telephone +372 53 80 67 60
– Study-program-related questions
• Choosing courses
• Taking into account previous experience
• Etc…
Professor Ivo Leito, programme development
• Institute of Chemistry
• Ravila 14a - 4034
• Telephone +372 518 4176
• ivo.leito@ut.ee
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Dean's office
Kairi Hõlpus, student advisor
• kairi.holpus@ut.ee, +372 7 375 829,
• Vanemuise 46 – 208
– Study-administrative questions
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International student office
Kaija Murasov, International student coordinator
- degree seeking international students
• Kaija.Murasov@ut.ee, +372 7 375 152, Ülikooli 18
– 104
– Problems not directly related to the study
program
• Visa, Residence permit, Health insurance,
Dormitory, …
– Ülikooli 18
The "main building": International Student Service
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Stipends/Scholarships
http://www.ut.ee/ams/tuition-fees-scholarships/
• Monthly stipend for the best (up to 255 EUR/month)
• According to study results (no application needed)
• ESF Stipends (up to 300 EUR/month)
• Decided by your supervisor, contact him/her
• Government stipends (ca 50 EUR/month)
• Possible from 2. semester, application via SIS
• “DoRa 9″ Stipends (up to 300 EUR/month)
• According to study results (no application needed)
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Euromaster Quality label
• In 2008 ECTNA Euromaster® quality
label was awarded to Measurement
science in chemistry Consortium
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Measurement Science in
Chemistry
www.msc-euromaster.eu
• International consortium
– Master programs of chemical measurements
• 7 countries
– Estonia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, France, Portugal,
Poland, Finland
• 9 universities
– Coordinated by Warsaw
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What is in it for you?
• You can apply for a study place
– It is for the best students
– Number of places is limited
• You will get
– Advanced training in an international summer
school by leading European experts
– An additional Euromaster diploma supplement
after graduation
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Summer schools
• Summer 2009 Blagoevgrad (Bulgaria)
– 43 participants, 9 countries
• Summer 2010 Lepanina (Estonia)
– 39 participants, 9 countries
• Summer 2011 Poznañ (Poland)
– 43 participants, 13 countries
• Summer 2012 Fatima (Portugal)
– 48 participants, 13 countries
• Summer 2013 Lyon (France)
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Summer school content
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Validation of chemical analysis procedures
Basic statistics, Statistical basis of calibration
Traceability in chemical analysis
Alternative Approaches for the Quantification of
Measurement Uncertainty
ISO 17025, Accreditation visit to real lab
Sampling and sample preparation in food and
environmental analysis
• Customer-analyst interactions
• Importance of reliable measurements to
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Erasmus student exchange
• Study abroad options for UT students Information on
programmes, requirements and application deadlines is here:
http://www.ut.ee/en/opportunities-studying-abroad-exchangestudent
• List of Erasmus programme partner institutions is here:
http://www.ut.ee/en/studies/studyabroad/erasmus/erasmuspartner
• Keep in mind UT rules and regulations for study abroad and
check them here:
http://www.ut.ee/en/studies/studyabroad/regulations-forstudy-abroad
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