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The Next Steps in Your DOE Learning Journey


Phil Kay from JMP will  present this series of three webinars will take place on 15th June, 29th June and 6th July.

The Next Steps in Your DOE Learning Journey

Join us for this free webinar series on DOE

Date: June 15, June 29 and July 6
Time: 15:00 - 16:00 BST | 16.00 – 17.00 CEST


Mastering the fundamentals of Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments (“DOE”) enables you to ensure effectiveness and efficiency in your empirical learning across various science and engineering situations. But you will soon have questions about how to solve more complex problems using DOE.


In this series of webinars, you will learn about designs that go beyond “classical” factorial and fractional factorial designs. You will see how optimal designs can be tailored to the practical constraints of your process or system.


You will learn about methods for maximising your insight when time is a variable or you have “curve” responses. And you will learn more about sequential approaches to experimentation, including newer approaches like Bayesian optimisation.

June 15: Optimal/Custom Designs

This session will include:

  • Recap of basic DOE: Factorial, Fractional Factorial, RSM and DSD designs
  • A case study example of custom design
  • Introduction to optimality criteria (D, I, A, Alias)
  • Where to go to learn more

June 29: Curve or “Functional” Responses

This session will include:

  • Examples where time is a variable
  • Other examples of “curve” responses including spectra and chromatograms
  • Functional and nonlinear modelling solutions for curve responses
  • Dynamic DOE

July 5: Sequential Design Of Experiments

This session will include:

  • The efficiency of sequential experimentation
  • Scoping, Screening, Optimisation, Robustness
  • Bayesian Optimisation


Phil Kay, PhD, is Learning Manager for the JMP Global Technical Enablement Team. 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. 



For registration, please contact Christine Stevenson, CPACT at  christine.stevenson@strath.ac.uk.

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