Presentations from the below event can now be found at http://sms.cam.ac.uk/collection/1191990
Design and Analysis of Experiments Industry Day
Isaac Newton Institute
30 November 2011
Registration from 10am
Well designed experiments are increasingly being recognised as key components in industrial competitiveness and scientific innovation in a variety of areas. In addition, challenges from industry and science continue to provide stimulus for new research directions in the field. This one-day meeting will bring together academic and industrial researchers and practitioners for the interchange of ideas on the design and analysis of experiments.
10:00-11:00 Registration and coffee
11:00-12:00 Tim Davis (Independent Consultant)
Dimensional Analysis in Experimental Design
12:00-12:30 Justin Seabrook (Ricardo)
DoE in the Automotive Industry - Approaching the Limits of Current Methods?
14:00-14:30 Martin Owen & Kate Llewellyn (GSK)
From ideas to implementation
14:30-15:00 Nicola Tilt (P&G)
Mixture of Mixture Designs: Optimisation of Laundry Formulations
15:00-15:30 Peter Zemroch
Experimental design challenges in fuel & lubricant R & D
15:30-16:30 Tea and breakout session
16:30-18:00 Panel Discussion
18:00-19:00 Wine Reception
Further details at http://www.newton.ac.uk/ofb/ofb010/
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