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1 Applied Measurement Science Master’s Programme http://www.ut.ee/ams Sergei Jurtšenko sergeij8@gmail.com

2 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 ... 11/05/2015 2

3 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 11/05/2015 3 http://www.ut.ee/ams

4 Key to success: Education There is a huge need for educated workers and managers in laboratories! This is why the AMS programme was launched 11/05/2015 4

5 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. 5 http://www.ut.ee/ams

6 From which countries the students come? 38% Estonia 62% foreign (Ukraine, China, Great Britain, Romania, Turkey, Latvia, Uzbekistan, Uganda, Jordan, Kasakhstan, Chroatia, Albania, Lithuania) 6 http://www.ut.ee/ams

7 7 2012: China, Latvia, Nepal, Albania, Estonia, Ghana

8 11/05/2015 8 Outline Interdisciplinary 3+2 master's degree programme Cross-sectorial –Physical measurements –Chemical measurements (analyses) –Metrology –Quality systems –Economic and legal aspects of measurements 120 ECTS Tuition in English The education that you will get is of very broad applicability

9 11/05/2015 9 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

10 11/05/2015 10 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) https://www.is.ut.ee/pls/ois_sso/tere.tulemast

11 11/05/2015 11 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).

12 Autumn 2012 Timetable 11/05/2015 12 Monday TimeCourse codeCourse titleLocationWeek(s)Lecturer(s) 12.15 - 18.00 LOKT.06.047Atomic Spectroscopy Ravila 14A - 1100 13 Ivo Leito, Teemu Matias Näykki 12.15 – 18.00 LOKT.06.047Atomic Spectroscopy Ravila 14A - 1100 12 Ivo Leito, Teemu Matias Näykki 14.15-16 LOFY.02.057Basics of Materials Science presented in English I Tähe 4 - 207 1.-3., 5.- 7 Alan Tkaczyk 14.15-16LOFY.02.058Basics of Materials Science presented in English II Tähe 4 - 207 8.-9., 14.-16. Alan Tkaczyk obligatory (red) elective (yellow)

13 Autumn 2012 Timetable 11/05/2015 13 Tuesday TimeCourse codeCourse titleLocationWeek(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.06.047Atomic Spectroscopy Ravila 14A - 1022 13 Ivo Leito, Teemu Matias Näykki 12.15-14.00 LOKT.06.047Atomic Spectroscopy Ravila 14A - 1100 13 Ivo Leito, Teemu Matias Näykki 12.15-14.00 LOKT.06.047Atomic Spectroscopy Ravila 14A - 1100 12 Ivo Leito, Teemu Matias Näykki 12-15-14LOFY.02.057 Basics of Materials Science presented in English I Tähe 4 - 207 1.-3., 5.-7 Alan Tkaczyk 12.15-14LOFY.02.058 Basics of Materials Science presented in English II Tähe 4 - 207 8.-9., 14.- 16. Alan Tkaczyk 14.15-16.00 LOKT.06.047Atomic Spectroscopy Ravila 14A - 1051 12 Ivo Leito, Teemu Matias Näykki 14.15 – 16.00 LOKT.06.047Atomic Spectroscopy Ravila 14A - 1051 13 Ivo Leito, Teemu Matias Näykki

14 Autumn 2012 Timetable 11/05/2015 14 Thursday Wednesday TimeCourse codeCourse titleLocationWeek(s)Lecturer(s) 8.15 - 10.00 LOFY.01.036 Measuring and Instrumentation (lecture) Tähe 4 - 4111-16Koit Mauring 12.30 - 14.00 LOKT.06.032 Practical Chemical Analysis (lecture) Ravila 14A - 1100 1-16 Koit Herodes, Ivo Leito 14.15 - 16.00 LOFY.01.082 Quality Management (lecture) Tähe 4 - 4101-16Mart Noorma 14.15 - 16.00 LOKT.09.022 Structural Analysis I (lecture) Ravila 14A - 3070 1-16Uno Mäeorg 16.15 - 18.00 LOKT.06.036Master Seminar in Measurement Science (seminar) Ravila 14A - 1100 1-16Koit Herodes, Anneli Kruve, Ivo Leito 10.15 - 12.00 LOFY.01.037Modern MetrologyTähe 4 - 4272-16 Martin Vilbaste, Mart Noorma 12.15 - 14.00 LOKT.09.028Quality systemsRavila 14A- 1104 2-16

15 Autumn 2012 Timetable Friday 11/05/2015 15 TimeCourse codeCourse titleLocationWeek(s)Lecturer(s) 10.15 - 12.00 LOFY.01.039 Measurement Data Processing (lecture) Tähe 4 - 4271-16Erko 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.02.035Electrochemical Methods for Quantitative Analysis (lecture) Ravila 14A - 1100 1-16Jaanus Kruusma

16 Obligatory subjects (courses) 11/05/2015 16 full information https://www.is.ut.ee/pls/ois_sso/!tere.tulemast

17 Elective subjects (courses) 11/05/2015 17

18 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 11/05/2015 18

19 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 11/05/2015 19

20 Calendar of this academic year (2012/2013) 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 11/05/2015 20

21 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 11/05/2015 21

22 Locations of studying Chemistry building “Chemicum” Ravila 14a (Institute of Chemistry) 11/05/2015 22

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24 Locations of studying Physics building Tähe 4 11/05/2015 24 Physics building (“Institute of physics”) Riia 142

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26 Access to the Chemistry Building form the Centre – The bus shedules at: http://www.peatus.ee/#route_search/eng 11/05/2015 26

27 UT academic library Ravila 14a Struve 1

28 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 11/05/2015 28

29 Dean's office Kairi Hõlpus, student advisor kairi.holpus@ut.ee, +372 7 375 829, Vanemuise 46 – 208 – Study-administrative questions 11/05/2015 29

30 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 11/05/2015 30

31 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) 11/05/2015 31

32 Euromaster Quality label In 2008 ECTNA Euromaster® quality label was awarded to Measurement science in chemistry Consortium 11/05/2015 32

33 11/05/2015 33 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

34 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 11/05/2015 34

35 35 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) Summer schools

36 Summer school content 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 implement EU legislation 11/05/2015 36

37 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-exchange- student List of Erasmus programme partner institutions is here: http://www.ut.ee/en/studies/studyabroad/erasmus/erasmus- partner Keep in mind UT rules and regulations for study abroad and check them here: http://www.ut.ee/en/studies/studyabroad/regulations-for- study-abroad 11/05/2015 37


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