Presenter: Bradley Jones
Design of experiments is one of the most strategic contributions to enable us to learn faster from data and understand cause and effect.
In this session, JMP’s Distinguished Research Fellow, Dr. Bradley Jones will discuss the origins of design of experiments, how it evolved and its immeasurable contributions to statistics and data discovery.
During this session we will learn:
- About the pioneers of the design of experiments methodology (past, present, and future).
- The evolution of experimental design, including inflection points and advancements that have helped shape the methodology.
- How fast (or slow) DOE has been adopted across various industries and application areas.
- Tools that make DOE easier to implement.
- How DOE has changed the world and how exciting new innovations can make it even better.
Following Brad’s talk, we’ll hear from Dr. Ryan Lekivetz. Now that Brad has retired, Ryan has assumed leadership of the DOE and reliability R&D groups at JMP. He’ll discuss the future of DOE at JMP, share more about his continued collaboration with Brad and other innovators, and answer questions. Anything DOE-related is fair game, so come prepared.