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The latest MSA Newsletter is out and features more information about MSA2020.  The organising committee urge you to register now to catch the early bird rates that end on Monday 2nd December. The programme is being drafted and includes a diverse conversation across all areas of metrology along with a good range of workshops.  Add the Conference dinner venue that has been confirmed at the famed MCG and we are looking forward to a very exciting and informative 3 days in Melbourne 

Read more information in the November Newsletter or go straight to the Conference page

The MSA committee and members met on Monday 14 October for the Special General Meeting to vote on the following motion:

Noting that the MSA constitution requires that the Committee must convene an annual general meeting within five months after the end of each financial year, the special general meeting hereby agrees to defer the AGM to be held during the MSA Conference in March 2020.

This vote was approved with a quorum of those present and proxies.  Minutes from Special General Meeting #168 14 October 2019

For more information see the latest MSA newsletter and Meeting minutes.

 

The MSA2020 organising committee are now calling for abstracts.  More information about this and much more can be found on the MSA Conference page and in the latest MSA Newsletter

In November 2018, the International Committee for Weights and Measures (Comité international des poids et mesures, CIPM) held its quadrennial General Conference on Weights and Measures (Conférence Générale des Poids et Mesures, CGPM). 

The next MSA Conference will held in Melbourne from Tuesday 3rd to Thursday 5th March 2020, with a welcome reception on the evening of Monday 2nd

A conference landing page with more details is coming soon.

Update 02-Jan-2018: Initial MSA2020 landing page has launched here: https://www.metrology.asn.au/msaconnected/events-menu/msa2020-melbourne

The open session of the 26th General Conference on Weights and Measures will be live streamed from Paris on the BIPM Youtube Channel.  It is sure to be a significant event in metrology.