The host is David Carter, who can be contacted via the Chemical Engineering Department, University of Cambridge on 01223 334777.
Abstract: Industries that manage-by-fact, especially the process-based and manufacturing industries, invariably have a blind spot when it comes to making best use of the available statistics. This is an indictment of how the statistical techniques are being transferred or rather, not being transferred, to the right people in the organization. But....help is available.
Implementing a designed approach to experiments encourages your scientists to apply statistical reasoning in reinforcement of their current process knowledge. Many more of their, and your, process-critical decisions can at last be based on data from the technologies that are employed, rather than on conjecture or opinion.This seminar shows how a designed approach can help to identify your critical process parameters and facilitate evidence-based decisions. The benefits show through in more efficient resource management. You’ll discover how to apply your current process knowledge to the development of robust, optimal and capable processes – and satisfy the Voice of the Customer.