MSC is currently accepting submissions for Symposium Technical Sessions.

Submit Symposium Technical Abstracts to John Bowman at john@calcert.com.  Please submit by August 31, 2021 for consideration.


The MSC is looking for technical personnel to present at this year’s symposium. If you are interested in being a part of this year’s long awaited technical program, please contact us (see below).

The MSC Training Symposium takes place annually in Orange County, California and is celebrating 50 years of educational training. The symposium provides measurement professionals the opportunity to provide a training session of related subjects within the measurement industry and share the knowledge that you have gained through education or on-the-job training.
The MSC invites you to be a part of the symposium and we are currently soliciting papers to be presented at this year’s anniversary event.

The following topics are requested and include (but not limited to):

      • — Liquid Flow
      • — Gas Flow
      • — Process Calibration
      • — RF (including cellular telecommunications)
      • — 3D Printing and/or imaging
      • — Pressure
      • — Mass
      • — Dimensional
      • — Temperature
      • — Torque
      • — Force
      • — Uncertainty Measurement
      • — Risk and Reliability
      • — 17025 (principles or application)
      • — Quality (pharmaceutical or commercial principles or application)
      • — Particle Measurement (Particle Counters)
      • — Metrology Principles

The MSC offers multiple formats for your presentation or classroom session.  The Tutorials Workshops will be presented Tuesday and Wednesday in half, full, or two day sessions. The tutorial workshop can include hands on and/or demonstrations.

Also offered are the symposium Technical Sessions, given as a 75-minute paper session across four distinctive tracks, presented Wednesday or Thursday:

— Track A: Progressive Technologies
— Track B: Metrology and Calibration
— Track C: Quality and Process Management
— Track D: Innovative Measurement and Bio Science

All tracks are available for teaching opportunities. 


This year for each submitted white paper (technical session), you will be eligible for one of two cash prizes. We will announce one of the winners at the MSC luncheon and be given their prize. The second prize will be awarded immediately after the conclusion of the conference.
There will be much more exciting information sent via this newsletter in the next few weeks.
Additionally, each presenter will receive

      • — Complimentary registration for the day(s) of his presentation(s).
      • — Complimentary luncheon on the day(s) of presentation(s).
      • — Complimentary access to the exhibitors and Presidents Reception.

Submit an Abstract

To submit an abstract for either a Tutorial Session or a Technical Session, please send a brief synopsis and a brief bio to:

Tutorial Sessions
Randy Long at rlong@anab.com

Technical Sessions
John Bowman at john@calcert.com