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New Tools and Methods for Sequential Experimentation

On June 17, the day before the meeting starts, join us for an all-day short course that is sure to hone your design of experiments knowledge. New Tools and Methods for Sequential Experimentation will be presented by Martin Bezener, PhD.

Attendees will learn enhancements to tried-and-true strategies for DOE, helping them make the most from every experiment. This talk will include the latest developments in augmentation of mixture and other experiments.

About Martin A. Bezener, PhD

Experience:

Martin is the Director of R&D and a Principal with Stat-Ease, Inc. He did his graduate studies at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. While a graduate student he spent a year working at the university statistical consulting center on a wide variety of projects. He also taught undergraduate-level statistics for several years. Martin enjoys putting his skills to use in the development of Design-Expert® software, as well as doing consulting projects, and teaching workshops on DOE. In addition, Martin is co-author of the book Formulation Simplified: Finding the Sweet Spot through Design and Analysis of Experiments with Mixtures.

Education:

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (with Honors), Loyola University Chicago, 2009

PhD in Statistics, University of Minnesota — Twin Cities, 2015