The Luck Factor author Richard Wiseman presents his research on what makes someone lucky.
Richard Wiseman's research demonstrates that lucky people are observant, resilient and open to new experiences.
Wiseman explains that we don’t understand quite how our minds work, and that’s why we fall for illusions.
People lock in on faces. Wiseman jokingly asks the audience to identify which photo is him and which is Brad Pitt.
Host Jeff Perkinson introduces the conference's closing keynote speaker.
Richard Wiseman entertained the audience with magic tricks and visual illusions.
Richard Wiseman suggests small changes that can make a big difference in the areas of healthy eating and sleeping.
John Sall enjoys Richard Wiseman's presentation.
Final keynote Richard Wiseman sends the conference attendees off with some memorable tips for making their own luck.
Douglas Montgomery says that people have been running experiments for a long time, and much of what we've learned has been the result of an experiment.
Bradley Jones, Meg Eberle and John Jones of JMP cover Douglas Montgomery's talk on the live blog.
Douglas Montgomery characterizes the different eras of DOE.
Design of experiments expert Douglas Montgomery talks about why his field has remained relevant over the years.
Conference host and Customer Care Manager Jeff Perkinson makes his entrance on a bicycle.
Host Jeff Perkinson joins in the Amsterdam tradition, arriving by bicycle.
John Sall and Jeff Perkinson interact before the start of the Thursday morning session.
Richard Wiseman, Professor of the Public Understanding of Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire, will close the final day of Discovery Summit Europe with his talk entitled "The Luck Factor."
Photo credit: Brian Fischbacher
Douglas Montgomery, Regents’ Professor of Industrial Engineering and Statistics at Arizona State University, will talk about why DOE never died in his keynote, “The Flight of the Phoenix.”
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