AMS is a 120 ECTS international master’s program, where teaching and research is carried out in the brand-new “Physicum” and “Chemicum” buildings in Tartu – among the top research and education facilities in Northern Europe. We are living in a Golden Age of Measurement Science, find out why!

Please also see this recent presentation for some good examples and information. Video on the left gives some idea about how it is to study at Tartu.

AMS blog and news

Measurement Uncertainty MOOC: 336 participants from 62 countries!

On Monday, March 27, 2017 the web course “Estimation of Measurement Uncertainty in Chemical Analysis” was launched the third time as a MOOC (Massive Online Open Course). Currently 336 participants […]

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The measurement uncertainty online course will start again next week!

The online course Estimation of measurement uncertainty in chemical analysis will start its 4th edition on Monday, Mar 27, 2017. 300 participants have already been registered from 58 countries. Registration […]

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LC-MS Method Validation MOOC finished with 55% completion rate!

On Feb 16, 2017 the MOOC LC-MS Method Validation finished successfully. Altogether 303 people were registered from 61 countries. 224 participants actually started the course (i.e. tried at least one […]

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This is a Golden Age of Measurement Science!

The American Chemical Society (the world’s largest scientific society by membership!) has recently published a document titled Top Ten Trends Driving Science, which summarizes in an intelligent and engaging way […]

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Challenging developments in the field of textile analysis

Among the analytical chemistry research directions at UT are studies of materials, especially materials with artistic and/or historic relevance. Textiles have a prominent place among these materials and the leading […]

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