Tuesday 24th April 2018
Hilton Gateshead Hotel, Newcastle
Introduction to Design of Experiments (DoE)
Design of Experiments (DoE) is a methodology used for designing and optimising robust industrial processes. DoE is recognised as an essential skill by many of the world’s leading process organisations. This 1-day introductory workshop is delivered by the Industrial Statistics Research Unit (ISRU) at Newcastle University and provides delegates with an opportunity to augment their process knowledge through the understanding of a sequential DoE strategy. The workshop is targeted at scientists, working at all scales from research to manufacturing, from both academia and industry including chemical, pharmaceutical, food & beverages and paints & coatings organisations. The workshop will involve a series of facilitated sessions, involving experimental design, analysis and interpretation of data, that explore scoping, screening, optimisation and robustness phases. Delegates will be encouraged to apply the strategy within their own research and improvement environments.
10.00-10.30 Registration and coffee
10.30-12.15 Introduction to DoE and Planning & Scoping
13.15-14.50 Screening Designs and Analysis
14.50-15.10 Coffee Break
15.10-16:45 Optimisation & Robustness
16.45-17.00 Round up, final questions and finish
This course will be facilitated by Matt Linsley, Director ISRU/Chair of Impact Steering Committee, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Newcastle University.
The cost of the course is £300 however if it is booked as part of the APACT 18 Conference the fee is reduced to £150.
To book on-line go to http://onlineshop.strath.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/science-faculty/pure-and-applied-chemistry/apact-18