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March 22, 2016
Dynamic Sensors and Calibration Techniques Seminar - Anaheim, CA

The Modal Shop, a PCB Group Company, is presenting a FREE Dynamic Sensors and Calibration Techniques Seminar in the Garden Grove/Anaheim, CA area. Coffee and lunch will be served while you learn!

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

9 am to 4 pm  
Hilton Garden Inn Anaheim/Garden Grove

Register Today!

This training will discuss in detail the theory behind accelerometer design and development as well as different types of accelerometers and their uses, including:

  • Types and Theories of Accelerometers
  • Dynamic Sensor Types
  • Principles and Practical Considerations for Calibration
  • Calibration Theory and Standards (ISO 16063)
  • Primary and Secondary Calibration Methodology
  • Measurement Uncertainty Budgets
  • Basic Calibration Methods


Speaker Bio:

Michael Dillon

Mike Dillon serves as the Product Group Manager for Calibration Products. Throughout his long career, Dillon has served as an accelerometer and electronics design engineer, applications engineer and product manager for The Modal Shop and PCB Group.  He is well versed in the requirements of dynamic metrology applications and projects, from definition of technical requirements to procedure writing to uncertainty analysis and interlaboratory comparison programs.  He holds a BSME degree from the University of Cincinnati and an MBA from Xavier University.  Dillon travels both domestically and internationally presenting on the topics of Accelerometer Theory, Vibration Applications and Calibration Techniques.


Eric Seller

Eric Seller graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering. He originally worked as a software design engineer with The Modal  Shop for 4 years, focusing on smart sensor technology and vibration analysis test equipment. This was followed by 10 years as an Application Engineer for dynamic metrology applications where he has helped companies with many aspects of their dynamic metrology projects including definition of technical requirements, procedure writing, uncertainty analysis, inter-laboratory comparison programs, and return on investment analysis.