Eurachem Ireland Autumn Workshop 2019 - Measurement Uncertainty and Uncertainty for Compliance Assessment
The workshop will take place on Tuesday, 8th October 2019, in the State Laboratory Shared Facilities Building, Backweston Lab Campus, Young’s Cross, Celbridge, Co. Kildare, W23 VW2C.
The workshop will be run by Vicki Barwick and Steve Ellison, from LGC, who are both well-known experts in this field. The programme is available to view at the link below.
The cost for the workshop is €125 per person (including booking fee). Tea breaks and lunch are included in the cost. To book a place, please use the link below. If more than 5 people are attending from the same organisation, please e-mail Eurachem@statelab.ie to register at a discounted group rate.
To book a place, please use the link below. If more than 5 people are attending from the same organisation, please e-mail Eurachem@statelab.ie to register at a discounted group rate.
This year the host institution was Carlow I.T., and the competition featured 26 teams representing 14 different academic institutions. This year's winners were a team from Carlow I.T., Zsanett Antal and Valerija Gogo.Eurachem 2018 Scientific Workshop and General Assembly - Workshop:"Data - Quality, Analysis and Integrity"
Workshop: May 14th and 15th 2018, in Dublin Castle
General Assembly: May 16th-18th, Dublin Castle
See here (www.eurachem2018.com) for details, including access to some of the presentations/Workshop - "Hyphenated Analytical Techniques - Fundamentals, Applications and Challenges"
October 19th 2017, in Backweston Lab Campus, Celbridge, Co. Kildare
Workshop presentations are available now by clicking here to download.TrainMic workshop Part III, Spring 2017
- Sampling as part of measurement procedures
- Statistics for analytical chemistry - Part I
- Statistics for analytical chemistry - Part II
What is TrainMiC?
TrainMiC is a European Programme that aims to provide harmonised training to those working in analytical chemistry throughout Europe and is applicable in many different sectors (environment, food, consumer protection, etc.). The training courses are developed, validated and regularly updated by a European team of experts. Attendance at a TrainMiC workshop should help to improve the quality of chemical measurements and also help with interpreting some of the requirements of ISO 17025. There are currently nine modules in the TrainMiC syllabus. The entire syllabus can therefore be covered in three workshops. Eurachem Ireland facilitates the running of one of these day long workshops each spring meaning that the entire syllabus can be covered in a three year period. Attendance at part I or II is not necessary for attendance at part III.Eurachem Analytical Measurement Competition, April 7th 2017
This year it was hosted by Dublin Institute of Technology and included a Let's Agree to Agree - The Importance of Valid.
The winning team was from Sligo Institute of Technology.
Guest lecture from Dr.Vicki Barwick, Head of Commercial Training LGC (UK) and Chair, Eurachem Education & Training Working Group on the topic Measurements
October 27th 2016 in Backweston, Celbridge, Co.Kildare.
Workshop presentations are now available for a limited time. Please click here to download.
Participants at the Eurachem Ireland Method Development (LC-MS/MS) and Method Validation Workshop, October 2016Method Development (LC-MS/MS) and Method Validation Workshop
This workshop took place in Gent, Belgium, May 9-10th 2016. Please click here for a report on the workshop from one of our Eurachem Ireland members who attended.TrainMic workshop Part 11, April 20th 2016
- Introduction to Metrology
- Selection and Use of Reference Materials
- Interlaboratory Comparisons
- Internal Quality Control
- Traceability of Measurement Results
- Single Laboratory Validation of Measurement Procedures
- Uncertainty of Measurement
Poster Presentation on Eurachem IrelandCASI - Conference on Analytical Sciences Ireland, April 14-15th 2016
- Presentation on Challenges in Method Validation
- Flash Presentation on Eurachem Ireland
- Poster Presentation on Eurachem Ireland
Hosted by Athlone Institute of Technology. Winning team was from Limerick Institute of Technology