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Design of Experiment: Easy Implementation in Practice

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Wednesday Nov 22, 2017

Accelerate your developments with an efficient implementation of Design of Experiment by reviewing how to proceed step-by-step with the support of two practical cases.

Our expert Rogier Van Duin will explain which best parameters & designs (full, fractional & Taguchi) are the most suited to your day-to-day developments.
Master DOE by also learning principles and models (Step-by-step Approach) on November 9th.

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Rogier van Duin Presented By:
Rogier van Duin

Length: 90 min

Course Type: Methodology
Level: Beginner

Next Session: Nov 22, 2017
10:00 a.m. (New York City)
4:00 p.m. (Paris)

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Why should you attend?

DoE can produce maximum returns when applied in research, concept design, and product development. You should learn and apply DoE just as basic principles of physics, chemistry, and mechanics... but how to do it in practice? Join the live course:

  1. Increase your confidence in implementing Design of Experiments by following how a DoE expert would proceed at each step.

  2. Develop more robust products / processes by identifying source of variations thanks to a good use of Analysis of Variance (ANOVA).

  3. Save development time by determining optimal conditions and interactions happening in your formulations with fewer experiments.

Who should attend?

Chemists, Managers or R&D decision makers engineers and scientific personnel with interest in speeding up or improving efficiency in Research & Development, Upscaling, Production or Application of Resins, Adhesives, Inks, Paints, Plastics or Cosmetics.

Course Outline

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The following sections will be covered during this session:
  1. What is the role of Analysis of Variance in Experimental Designs?

  2. Understanding Signal to Noise Ratios to make robust product and/or process

  3. Planning, Designing, Conducting and Analyzing Design of Experiments step by step

  4. Practical example on developing a binder

  5. Practical example on developing a paint system

  6. 30 Mins Q&A session- ask your questions directly to the expert !

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Members Reviews

Very Good! It helps me to understand DOE more and with ease.

Kevin L. , from Nypro

Excellent! I liked the examples used, such as popcorn and cake. Easy for all levels to follow.

James M. , from Catalent Pharma Solutions

It provided us with a new approach to formulative work that can help us in improving the efficiency of experimental designs.

Eliana L. , from Solvay Solexis

Presenter progressed from simple experimental design to more complex methods clearly. Received a better understanding for using fractional factorial designs to determine interactions.

David L. , from AGC Chemicals Americas, Inc.

The course gave me some new ideas about how to organize my future experiments.

Virginie D. , from Laerdal Medical

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