Why You Should Attend The need for quality assurance, along with the implementation of ISO 9000 in industry and ISO 17025 for testing laboratories, has heightened the need for standardized, consistent measurements. All test methods and measurement procedures require an assessment of its precision. This course will examine actual interlaboratory studies and the statistical issues associated with the development and use of standards which result in measurements.
About the Instructor Neil R. Ullman is a retired professor of mathematics and mechanical engineering technology at County College of Morris, where he was chairman of mechanical engineering technology for ten years. He has a bachelorâs degree in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an MS in statistics from Rutgers University. Ullman is a registered Professional Engineer in New Jersey, an ASQC Certified Quality Engineer, and an SME Certified Manufacturing Engineer.
Ullman has taught statistics, quality control, mathematics, and engineering technology courses for over 25 years. He has provided courses in statistics, SPC, and statistical design of experiments for several major companies, as well as serving as a consultant on a variety of quality and applied statistical problems, specifically involving research and development and manufacturing.
He is an active member of ATM Committee E-11 o Quality and Statistics, currently serving as Chairman of E-11. Ullman regularly provides ASTM training on interlaboratory testing, and is the ASTM E-11 Liaison to ANSI Z1 and ISO TC69 and TC176.
About ASTM and Sponsoring Committee Established in 1898, ASTM is one of the world's largest voluntary standards development organizations. ASTM standards have grown to be among the world's most widely used and accepted documents. The 82-volume Annual Book of ASTM Standards (now available in print and online) contain 12,000 standards written by 34,000 members on our 130 technical committees. These standards are widely used throughout the world as the basis of purchasing and other contracts, codes, laws and regulations. The standards referenced in this course were developed by Committee E-11 on Quality and Statistics. For more information, contact Christi Sierk at (610) 832-9728 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.