Training Analytical Metrology
Calibration Interval Analysis
Integrated Sciences Group offers open-enrollment,
one-on-one training courses in calibration interval
analysis taught by an industry leading authority and
a recipient of the prestigious NCSLI Education and Training
Award. If you
are interested in any of these courses, please call us at
1-661-872-1683 or e-mail us at
Interval Analysis Concepts and Methods (2 days)
tutorial provides an overview of calibration interval analysis
concepts and methods
documented in NCSL Recommended Practice RP-1, Establishment and
Adjustment of Calibration Intervals and
NASA Reference Publication 1342,
Metrology - Calibration and Measurement Processes Guidelines.
Students will be introduced to risk analysis concepts, measurement
reliability modeling methods, statistical interval analysis
techniques, calibration interval objectives and potential ancillary
interval analysis benefits such as equipment outlier identification.
Concepts are illustrated using commercially available software and
This course is intended to provide quality and calibration managers,
systems analysts, equipment managers and metrology engineers with a
practical basis for selecting, developing, implementing and operating
a calibration interval analysis system.
IntervalMAX System Administrator Training (2 days)
This two-day course of instruction covers calibration interval analysis
concepts and provides hands-on training in the use of ISG's
IntervalMAX software. This course is only offered to
On-site training is available on request.
Dr. Howard Castrup has B.S. and PhD degrees in
Electrical Engineering. He has
been developing advanced measurement science techniques and methods for
over thirty five years, is one of the founders of uncertainty growth modeling, the originator of statistical
measurement process control (SMPC), a major contributor to NASA Reference Publication 1342, the NCSLI Recommended Practice on Calibration
Intervals (RP-1) and NASA HNBK-8739-19. Prior to founding Integrated Sciences Group, Dr. Castrup worked as a Microwave Electronics Instructor, an RF and Microwave
Metrology Engineer, a Sr. Statistician, Sr. Systems Analyst, and Project
Manager. Dr. Castrup is a
member of IEEE, Sigma Pi Sigma, AIP, AAPT, and is the chairman of the NCSLI
RP-18 and RP-19 Committees. He has published numerous technical
papers and articles on uncertainty analysis, measurement decision risk
analysis, statistical process control, and calibration interval
Here for a list of professional accomplishments.
Dr. Castrup is a recipient of the 2005 NCSLI Education and Training
prestigious award is second only to the William A.
Wildhack Award and is given to an individual or group of individuals
contributions to the field of metrology education and training.