Designing Industrial Experiments (DIE)
The course provides participants with a number of statistical methods for planning of trials. Knowledge necessary to be able to plan and carry out trial runs with the best possible effect.
The advantage of correctly planned and executed trials is that the following is achieved:
- A reduction in the time used for trials
- A better understanding and planning of trials
- Increased value and certainty from trial results
- Targeted optimisation of product qualities, e.g. sturdiness, reliability, quality and cost
- Tolerancing based on specific knowledge about, e.g., process capabilities and cost
- Managed process optimisation and error reduction in production
Professor Søren Bisgaard, Technology Management, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, teaches the course. By virtue of his previous position as Manager of the Center for Quality and Productivity Management, University of Wisconsin, USA, Søren Bisgaard has been involved in American industrial research and development, both as advisory consultant and as an educator. Aside from being an internationally acclaimed researcher on statistical methods, Søren Bisgaard is also known for his ability to make difficult material accessible to “non-statisticians”.
Course materials are in English, but the instruction is in Danish.
The course is intended for professionals who plan and execute trials in their daily work. The course does not use mathematics as an approach, which is why no mathematical skills are needed.
The course is an open non-residential course, held approximately once a year. We also offer the course as a company course.
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