Engineering Better Processes with Design of Experiments
- Type: Archived Webinar
- Level: Basic
- Duration: 1 hour
- PDHs: 0.00
Do you know how to control a complex process to meet multiple outcome targets and produce consistent quality?
Do you need to experiment to understand the effect of different input factors on a process and the number of possibilities are overwhelming?
Join this 60-minute webinar and see how engineers and scientists in the chemical and process industries find better solutions to problems with a powerful data analytics tool called Design of Experiments. Through industry case studies, you will hear how companies improve yields and reduce cycle times through better process understanding with efficient experiments. You will also learn how you can help to accelerate innovation and speed products to market.
You will learn:
- The challenges in developing manufacturing processes that consistently deliver quality product in advanced technology industry
- The problems and inefficiencies with traditional trial-and-error approaches to understanding processes
- How Design of Experiments overcomes these challenges
- How successful companies use Design of Experiments to improve their business outcomes (reduced costs, greater market share)
- How your company or organization can be successful with Design of Experiments and other data analytics tools
Interested in learning more about optimizing processes with design of experiments? Download this free whitepaper.
Phil Kay, PhD, is a Systems Engineer for JMP, a business unit of SAS. He is interested in empowering people to drive improvements in the efficiency and effectiveness of business processes through the use of statistical tools, in particular, the application of design of experiments methodology to R&D.
Previously, Kay worked for Fujifilm Imaging Colorants, where he was a key scientist in the development of numerous processes for the manufacture of colorants for digital printing. Kay began his career as a development chemist, later becoming a data scientist as his interest in the...Read more
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