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Thursday, February 28 • 10:00am - 10:30am
TUTORIAL - Statistical Design of Experiments for Increased Experimental Efficiency

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Statistical Design of Experiments for Increased Experimental Efficiency
What is DoE and how can it help you and your business?  This tutorial will explain the principles and value of DoE in practical terms.  Examples of its use in formulation and product development will be provided.  Learn how DoE can save you time and money through efficient design and analysis of experiments. The DoE methodology:  (1) forces you to plan, (2) allows you to validate your data and make data-based decisions, (3) defines key variables, and (4) provides understanding of the interactions between factors.

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Sarah Morgan

Professor of Polymer Science, The University of Southern Mississippi
Six Sigma Master Black Belt, Dr. Sarah Morgan is a Professor in the School of Polymers and Engineering at The University of Southern Mississippi. She joined The University in 2002 after a fourteen year career in industrial R&D. Her expertise is in the area of polymer surfaces and... Read More →

Thursday February 28, 2019 10:00am - 10:30am CST
Astor Grand Ballroom A/B - 2nd Floor