ENBIS Spring Meeting 201913 – 14 June 2019 Abstract submission: 15 January – 15 April 2019
The meeting is structured as follows: (the programme will be updated with more details in the near future!)
Thursday, June 13th, in the morning:
Statistical Engineering: What is it, why it is needed, why it is the right time for it, what's in it for statisticians.
What are the benefits for everybody: society, companies, etc. Implications for statistical training
Ronald Does, Head of the Department of Operations Management of the University of Amsterdam (UvA), Director of IBIS (Lean Six Sigma Institute of UvA)
Laura Freeman, Assistant Director, Operational Evaluation Division, Institute for Defense Analyses
Antje Christensen, Project Director, Novo Nordisk
Statistical Engineering Case Studies
Case Study 1: Murat Kulahci, Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, DTU, Technical University of Denmark
Case Study 2: Bart de Ketelaere, Division of Mechatronics, Biostatistics and Sensors, KU Leuven
What's the Role of Software in Statistical Engineering?
with Volker Kraft, Senior Academic Ambassador, JMP and Ian Cox, European Marketing Manager, JMP
Thursday, June 13th, in the afternoon:
Thursday afternoon will accomodate oral presentations, so we cordially invite you to prepare and submit an abstract for the meeting!
Friday, June 14th, in the morning:
How SE is different from applied statistics and data science. Simple and well-known examples of SE like DMAIC (and why it is not enough), or clinical trials. How the idea originated and evolved. Lessons from examples and how they are the basis for a new science.
Geoff Vining, Department of Statistics, Virginia Tech, Chair of ISEA
Alberto Ferrer, Departamento de Estadística e Investigación Operativa Aplicadas y Calidad, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Luisa Puerto, Process & Maintenance Engineering Director, Maxam Corporation
What has ISEA done so far and what is planning to do. Development of the SE Book of Knowledge.
Roger Hoerl, Union College, Chair Elect of ISEA
Final round table, covering topics such as: is SE interesting for European businesses? What can be done to involve European professionals and companies?