Unearth the possibilities in your data
Lecture & Lunch
Improving Your Processes With Design of Experiments
Date: October 3, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location: The Westin Waltham Boston, 70 Third Ave., Waltham, MA 02451
Registration & Lunch: Free
Do you face scientific, engineering or business challenges that can’t be solved by an appeal to expert judgment, simple spreadsheet analysis, or by varying only one thing at a time? Do you seem to have more problems than time available to solve them? Are you forced to regularly cut corners, limiting your understanding of the real drivers of process robustness, effectiveness and efficiency? Does the need to fix problems with existing processes limit the time you can spend on innovating and developing new processes and products?
Recent advances in design of experiments (DOE) have defined new, cost-effective data collection plans that will allow practitioners to statistically model the important patterns of variation in the resulting data and visually interact with these models to identify optimum and robust operating conditions.
In this seminar, you'll learn to apply a robust DOE strategy to your organization, growing your competitive edge and laying the groundwork to successfully innovate for future growth. And you'll see how scientists and engineers around the country are using JMP® software to streamline experimentation, gaining the data insights they need more quickly and at lower cost.
You will learn how to:
- Get started with DOE.
- Look at production history with exploratory data analysis and employ algorithmic designs.
- Identify the best profile for your time series measurements using a functional response DOE.
- Compare the potential drivers of performance to pick the best ones for further experimentation.
- Select the right types of experiments to optimize results at the lowest cost.
Register now to attend in Waltham.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Christian Stopp is a Systems Engineer for JMP. Prior to joining JMP, Stopp worked for Boston Children’s Hospital for seven years, where he collaborated with clinical researchers across a range of disciplines to improve health outcomes. Stopp also served as a statistician for Deluxe Corporation, where he worked with their proprietary models for marketing campaigns to optimize customer response. He holds an MS in statistics from Pennsylvania State University and a BS in biology and psychology from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.