Mike joins OWM with intensive expertise in requirements improvement and experience in metrology, which he gained throughout his profession at NIST, which started in 2010. Initially a graduate analysis intern performing analysis in analytical chemistry, he grew to become a workers scientist within the lab for measuring supplies (MML). Division of Chemical Sciences in 2013 after receiving a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the College of Maryland, School Park. Chief amongst his duties was the event of varied documentary and measurement requirements designed to advertise innovation and high quality of service in the US, in addition to worldwide commerce. Michael has held quite a few management positions representing the US and NIST earlier than worldwide requirements improvement organizations (SDOs), together with technical committees of the Worldwide Group for Standardization (ISO) and the Worldwide Electrotechnical Fee (IEC), on reference supplies and portions and items, and United States Pharmacopoeia (USP). He additionally represents NIST and serves in advisory roles as a world metrology knowledgeable throughout the working teams of the Worldwide Committee for Weights and Measures (CIPM) and the Consultative Committee on Amount of Matter (CCQM).
Mike has developed many reference supplies used world wide that help, by way of measurement traceability, the dependable provide of merchandise in varied manufacturing sectors, scientific diagnostics, forensics, meals vitamin labeling and pharmaceutical regulation. He has experience in using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy and has led analysis on strategies for its quantitative utility. He has additionally collaborated extensively with NIST’s Statistical Engineering Division to develop new statistical strategies and instruments that assist chemical analysts enhance the effectivity and rigor of their measurements (ABACUS utility). Mike loved instructing a number of superior degree programs, each within the US and overseas, on basic ideas of metrology and their sensible utility in measurement laboratories. He has additionally served as a peer reviewer for the Nationwide Metrology Institute of South Africa.
Since becoming a member of NIST, Mike has acquired a Division of Commerce Bronze Award for creating the primary major normal for quantitative NMR, a number of awards from the Cooperation on Worldwide Traceability in Analytical Chemistry (CITAC) for publications and providers to improved comparability and SI traceability in chemical measurement and NIST MML honors for providers in metrology schooling and dissemination.
In brief, Mike has a deep appreciation for the important roles metrology and standardization play in our high quality of life. He appears ahead to making use of and increasing his data whereas contributing to OWM’s mission.
Exterior of his skilled life, he likes to think about himself a historical past buff, outside fanatic, and traveler who additionally enjoys studying and experimenting within the kitchen.