Designing effective experiments - principles of experimental design

1 - 2 October 2014, Teddington, United Kingdom


Introduction
Modern analytical methods and production processes (manufacturing and research) are complex,
with many different factors affecting the outcome. In order to be competitive, companies need to
minimize resources expended on development and maximize process performances. Design of
Experiments (DoE) enables these complex situations to be understood, reducing the cost of gaining
an in-depth knowledge of the process which can be translated into competitive advantage. It is also
a tool required by most or the regulatory agencies worldwide (including, for example, US Food and
Drug Administration). DoE provides a well structured method for determining the relationships between
factors affecting the process under study.
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LGC

Training Centre, LGC, Queens Road, Teddington, TW110LY, United Kingdom

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