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Training Seminar

ISOCS™ Uncertainty Editor — NEW

Instructor: Emerson Dang

Date: Tuesday, July 30, 2024

Cost: $850.00


Description: This 1-day seminar provides an in-depth understanding of the ISOCS Uncertainty Editor, a tool that can be used to gauge the total measurement uncertainty contributions from components of the measurement geometry that are not well-known. Examples include inhomogeneities in the source matrix, uncertainty in key geometry dimensions such as the source-to-detector distance and many more. This tool greatly simplifies the process of estimating total measurement uncertainty.

Who Should Attend: The intended audience includes subject matter experts and personnel who are responsible for ensuring accurate results, including uncertainties, are being reported by their gamma spectroscopy systems. Attendees should have a strong familiarization with uncertainty estimation. Basic knowledge of efficiency calibrations will be helpful with understanding the seminar material.

How You Will Benefit: Whether you utilize source based on mathematical based efficiency calibrations, your calculated activity is only identically correct if your sample being measured is exactly the same as your calibration source/geometry. ISOCS Uncertainty Editor (IUE) provides a rapid and accurate method to determine the contributions to measurement uncertainty from parameters in the calibration geometry that are either not well known or not well represented by the sample being measured. This seminar will teach you how to use the IUE tool and how to appropriately represent the uncertainty in your efficiency calibrations.

Seminar Topics:

  • Review of efficiency calibrations and total measurement uncertainty
  • Introduction to the ISOCS Uncertainty Editor (IUE) software
  • Case study/application of IUE