Design of Experiments (DoE) is the most effective way to empirically learn about technologies when there are many variables or factors to consider.
In this fun, engaging and free three-part online training program on DoE, delivered by JMP, you will be introduced to DoE and discover how it enables scientists and engineers to develop better solutions faster.
In this workshop you will learn:
- The fundamentals of DoE – gain a deeper understanding of how your product/system/process performs
- How to build better, cheaper solutions – by exploiting the deeper knowledge gained you can determine how to achieve optimum performance, consistently and at a lower cost
- How to reduce total experimental effort by 50% (often more) – by determining the best and minimal set of experimental combinations needed to address your questions upfront
The best way to learn DoE is to get started in applying DoE. We learn by doing. It is a journey, the more we practice, the more we learn.
This series of three one-hour workshops will provide inspirational examples of the use of DoE in many aspects of bringing products to market – including product design/discovery/development, process development/scale-up/transfer and analytical method development. It will also provide the necessary know-how to get going with your first DoEs along with resources to use during your continuous learning journey.
Whether you are new to DoE or want a refresher, this workshop series will inspire you to get going with DoE.
Register now to view the recorded on-demand events
The programme will provide you with a solid theoretical understanding of Design of Experiments, complemented by hands-on exercises that will give you experience using JMP’s statistical discovery software in support of your learning.
A supportive learning experience
The programme is led by JMP’s experts, with multiple facilitators on hand to answer questions and provide real-time assistance. Both the theory and practice of Design of Experiments will be explained and demonstrated – and then you’ll try it yourself using JMP’s popular statistical discovery software.
A powerful addition to your CV
Demonstrate a solid theoretical foundation in DoE as well as gaining valuable hands-on experience of using JMP’s statistical discovery software. Attend all three webinars to receive a certificate.
Add value to your own work
Using DoE will help you deliver results faster and more efficiently. By accelerating your R&D, and having the right tools to make critical resource decisions, you can save time and money, and get a much-needed edge in competitive markets.
Use and communicate data
Visualise experimental data in new ways to uncover fresh insights and give real impact to your presentations and communications with key stakeholders.
You can register for each part individually to suit your interests and availability. If you complete all three parts then you will receive a certificate for inclusion in your CPD record. You can also use attendance on this programme as supporting evidence for your Chartered Chemist (CChem) application.
Day 1: Introduction to design of experiments
What is DoE? From example case studies you will see why this is such an important tool for scientists and engineers.Show more
Day 2: Introduction to Modern DoE
The modern state of DoE is a rich landscape of tools and capabilities to help an experimenter with everything from screening to developing predictive models. This session will introduce the state-of-the-art capabilities modern DoE has to offer.Show more
Day 3: Applications of Modern DoE
Join us for a session that will show the amazing things you can do with modern DoE methods through a series of case studies covering topics from manufacturing to spectroscopy.Show more
Download your free trial software
This programme includes hands-on exercises each day, which you can complete on your own computer using JMP’s statistical discovery software. You will need to download and activate a free trial of this software. Once activated this trial will last for 30 days. We recommend you download and activate your free trial two weeks prior to the start of the programme. You can get your free trial direct from JMP’s website.