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Design of Experiments (DOE)
Effective experimental design and analysis are critical in improving products and process, reducing waste, lowering costs, and improving productivity. This how-to seminar focuses on understanding the fundamental elements of experimental design and on the application of strategies. Numerous exercises are included and a statistical software package, Minitab®, is used for interpreting the results more efficiently and effectively. This seminar is highly interactive – it involves the design and analysis of physical studies, simulations and analyses of actual studies. 2.8 CEUs
How you will benefit:
$1,095. This cost includes continental breakfast and lunch each day.
Meet your instructor
Joseph G. Voelkel, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor and Graduate Program Chair in the Graduate Statistics Department at CQAS. Prior to this appointment, he was a statistical consultant for Allied-Signal Corporation, where his clients' concerns included chemicals, plastics, fibers, water-treatment polymers, and agricultural products. Since joining the faculty at RIT, his consulting and training has included clients from the films, optics, electronics, resin, plastics, automotive, laser, and bearing industries. His primary areas of expertise include experimental design, quality control and improvement, mixture experiments, reliability, and analysis of messy data. Dr. Voelkel received his BS in Mathematics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, his MS in Industrial Engineering/Management Sciences from Northwestern University, and his Ph.D. in Statistics from University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is a fellow of the American Society for Quality, and a member of the American Statistical Association and the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. He also serves on the editorial board of Quality Engineering.