Introduction to Design of Experiments for the Systems Engineering Environment
WPI's Introduction to Design of Experiments (DOE) seminar provides a comprehensive introduction to the use of powerful techniques for quantifying and improving many systems engineering tasks. In just two days, you will receive a solid foundation in proven approaches to performing trade-off studies; testing and verifying system performance; analyzing alternative architectures and designs to optimize cost, schedule; and performance; and improving product and process development.
You will learn the basic principles of designed experiments and their important connection to systems engineering and statistical process control activities. You will learn how to set up and run basic factorial and screening experiments; analyze experimental outcomes; identify significant effects on process performance and consistency; and identify factors for further study or implementation. Then, in a workshop environment, you will design and conduct your own experiments.
At the end of this seminar you will know why DOE is now recognized as a critical tool for the systems engineer.
1.4 CEUs Awarded
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