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On Jan 21, 2019, the fourth Winter School of the EACH programme started in Åbo/Turku (Finland). Altogether 37 students from more than 20 countries participate.

The Winter School offers a diverse set of activities to the participants. There are lectures on advanced analytical chemistry topics (metabolomics, non-targete screening in environmental chemistry, industrial analysis and process control, etc) by top experts, group works and entertainment. The intense working is counterbalanced by social activities – swimmming pool, skating, etc.


We are glad to announce that the third 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 is managed by the universiy of Tartu, the main partner in the Erasmus Mundus program Excellence in Analytical Chemistry.

The course will be offered as a Massive Open On-line Course (MOOC) during Nov 27, 2018 – Feb 08, 2019.


The 11th summer school of the Measurement Science Chemistry consortium started in Tallin, Estonia. 40 students and young professionnals from 15 different countries will spend two weeks dedicated to laboratory measurement. 

The summer school covers broad range of topics in quality assurance, ISO/IEC-17025, metrology and accreditation:
  • traceability, uncertainty, compliance assessment, validation, use of CRMs, internal and external quality assurance, interlab comparisons, auditing
  • Essential in today's analytical laboratories
Effective and attractive pedagogical approach: apply what we teach
  • Problem based and active learning
  • Student centred
  • Two weeks intensive school, with real lab work
  • Emphasis on transversal skills

  On September 7, 2017 the second master thesis defence session in the history of the EACH programme took place at University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (UCBL)! Aleksandra Lelevic, Gaurav Bhardwaj, Huian Liu, Marko Jovanovic, Oleksandra Burakhovska, Olivier Etebe Nonga, Rudolf Aro and Tetiana Melnyk successfully defended their master’s theses.

The topics of the theses embraced a wide area of modern analytical problems (top-down LC-MS proteomics, industrial process control with gas chromatography and Raman spectrometry, accurate moisture measurement in solids, FT-IR analysis of plasticizers in concrete, etc). The majority of the theses were performed in collaboration with industry. This choice of topics and the long-standing industrial collaboration is rooted in the world-famous industrial analysis and control study direction at UCBL led by prof. Jérôme Randon.

At a small cosy drink after the defence students shared their memories of the study period in Lyon. The students were generally very happy about their study track. They praised especially the long and serious placement in industry, which taught them a wide range of useful skills and enabled establishing many contacts. Students also spoke about their future plans. Several of them have already secured jobs/positions.

On photo from the left: Marko, Jerome (academic coordinator at Lyon), Oleksandra, Olivier, Huian, Aleksandra, Rudolf, Gaurav (Tetiana unfortunately had to leave earlier).

Ivo Leito

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Théo El DaraÏ et Ramzi Sellik, two students from Lyon, has participate to the MSC Euromaster Summer School 2017 (Druskininkai, Lithuania).

Théo El Daraï:

First I would like to thank a lot all the professors and teachers who made such a great job during this summer school. I couldn't imagine before, that I can learn so much during such a short period.

That is why, I will be glad to apply what I learned there and I am sure I will always think about those two weeks when I will have to determine uncertainty.

Thank you once again, I am sure you can be proud of you.

Ramzi Sellik: 

This summer school was a great chance to revise and learn more about metrology and measurement in chemistry. It was also an oppotunity to meet so many people from all over the world. Everything was made to have an unforgettable experience, from the trips to different laboratories (Druskininkai and Vilnius) to the excursion to nature and all other activities.

Finally, we came back from Lithuania with a better appreciation of metrology in analytical chemistry, a lot of memories and great friendships.

For all these reasons, thank you all professors for giving me this opportunity!


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