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

On-line LC-MS Method Validation Course 2020-2021: Registration is open!

We are glad to announce that the fifth edition of the online course LC-MS Method Validation is open for registration at the address https://sisu.ut.ee/lcms_method_validation/ ! The course will be offered […]

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The 2020 intake of AMS and EACH students started their studies!

This week is the first study week for the new students of Applied Measurement Science and EACH Erasmus Mundus Joint Programme. Altogether 21 students started their studies. The countries of […]

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The successful defence of AMS Master’s Theses 2020!

On the 3rd of June, 2020, six AMS master students successfully defended their master’s theses. The defenders’ theses demonstrated the wide scope of the field of applied measurement science. The […]

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Measurement uncertainty online course 2020: highest ever completion rate: 55%!

On May 12, 2020 the on-line course (MOOC) Estimation of measurement uncertainty in chemical analysis offered by University of Tartu finished successfully. Eventually altogether 843 people registered (270 in 2014, […]

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The UT non-aqueous pKa data collections

The UT Analytical Chemistry group is well known for its acid-base studies, especially pKa measurements, in non-aqueous media. Up to recent time the measured data have been scattered among a number […]

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