About the Metrology Society of Australasia 

The MSA is an association of professional metrologists, engineers, scientists, technicians and measurement experts throughout Australasia, who measure, evaluate, calibrate, maintain, educate and train, design, sell, invent and develop measurement technologies and research the Science and Art of Metrology.

People from all fields of measurement in Australsia and further afield have joined the MSA since its inception in 1993. Our membership includes scientists, engineers, physicists and technicians that work at all levels in industrial, government and academic calibration and measurement organisations.

The society supports its members through an internationally recognized conference every two years. MSA has local active groups that allow members to get together on a regular basis, to discuss current issues in metrology and to expose the members to new technologies and methodologies.

The society actively promotes training of Metrologists, including being a key developer of a graduate course in measurement science.


  • NZ MSA Emerging Metrologist Winners
    MSL’s Dr Ellie Molloy takes home the top prize, with Rohan Patel from WIKA Instruments awarded runner-up Metrology is not a subject that most school or […]
  • Invitation to Tender – MSA Website Development
    The MSA is currently seeking tenders for redevelopment of our website. Details of the project scope and tender process are included in our Invitation to Tender. […]
  • Important Website Update and Membership Extension
    During the past week, some members may have received a system email suggesting that their membership account had been "held for approval".  This email was sent in error, and we apologise for any alarm or concern this caused.  See full article for more information and update on website development.
  • Newsletter June 2023
    In this newsletter we announce the new website is live. It has been a huge task moving an old clunky site onto a new much more […]
  • Metrology Job Opportunity – Hobart (TAS)
    The MSA would like to inform members about an exciting metrology job opportunity that has become available at the CSIRO Oceanographic Calibratoin Facility in Hobart, TAS. Applications close 27th of August, 2023.
  • March 2023 Newsletter
    In this newsletter we thank the attendees and sponsors at MSA2023 held in Wellington last month. We also announce the new website is nearly here and there will be a close down of the old site from Friday 24th March until the new site is opened the first week of April. This is very exciting following a year long project that see's a refreshed look and feel and a much nicer platform to work with. We also welcome our new President, Tony Bergen, who was voted in at the AGM during the conference and acknowledge the great work Khaled Chahine has done in that role for the past 6 years