|Mr. Dieck served as President of the Instrumentation Systems and Automation Society, ISA, (1998-1999), and has been elected to President of the Asian Pacific Federation of Instrumentation and Control Societies, APFICS, (2002). He received his BS in Physics and Chemistry form Houghton College and his MS in Physics from Trinity College. He was elected President of the Asian Pacific Federation of Instrumentation and Control Societies (APFICS) for 2002 after having been employed in aerospace and test measurement instrumentation and metrology for over 35 years. He has been directly responsible for data validity and measurement uncertainty assessment as they relate to metrology, calibration, testing, and data analysis. He has been the manager of an instrumentation engineering department for a major aerospace corporation and that corporation's Instrumentation Discipline Chief. Mr. Dieck founded AND chaired the DATA Analysis AND Measurement Uncertainty Committees OF the Air Pollution Control Association (APCA) AND the ISA. He IS a co-author OF the American Society OF Mechanical Engineers' (ASME) performance test code on Measurement Uncertainty, and acts as the uncertainty consultant to the SAE E-31 Committee on Gas Turbine Emission Measurements. Mr. Dieck was awarded both the ISA Dr. Charles Stark Draper Award for the best tutorial lecture and the Test Measurements Division Mills Dean III Award for service to ISA. He served as the ISA Vice President for Automation and Technology (1990-1992). He is the author of the text for this course: "Measurement Uncertainty, Methods and Applications, 2nd Edition," and a Fellow of ISA in measurement uncertainty.