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Christian Müller-Schöll

Mettler Toledo International Inc.

Dipl.-Ing. Christian Müller-Schöll

Christian Müller-Schöll, born in 1966, studied mechanical engineering at the University of Stuttgart, Germany, and graduated as Diploma-Engineer. At the ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences he obtained a certificate for Integrated Risk Management. He headed the primary mass calibration laboratory of the Mettler-Toledo group for more than 15 years. He is internal auditor and accreditation assessor for calibration laboratories. Today, he works as a Regulatory Affairs Specialist at Mettler-Toledo International Inc. where he deals with legal and regulatory issues related to balances and weighing.


He is member of national and international committees in the fields of quality management, standardization, calibration and accreditation.


Christian Müller-Schöll is an expert in matters of calibration and metrology and has published a number of papers in conferences and journals.

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