The American Society for Quality, Rochester Section (ASQRS) 2018 Conference: The Future of Quality – What’s Next?


The Future of Quality – What’s Next

The American Society for Quality, Rochester Section (ASQRS) 2018 Conference “The Future of Quality – What’s Next?” theme is aimed at demystifying the latest trends being talked about such as Industry 4.0 or Quality 4.0, and explore how these or other trends will shape the workplace and marketplace to influence the way we work as quality professionals going into the future.

Regional Conference hosted by:

American Society for Quality Rochester Section

Wednesday September 26th 2018

For the first time, the ASQRS Conference will include an all day training session on Design of Experiments (DOE) for the person not acquainted with the process of DOE. Training will be given by Vince Vezza (vincevezza@frontiernet.net).

Presentations will run in parallel with the
DOE for Non-Statisticians Training

The intention of this course is to go through the process of designing an experiment without the high intensity of mathematics/statistics. This will be an introduction to the DOE process. A statistically designed experiment is an excellent tool for helping identify the important factors/variables in any process. Not only can it help identify these factors / variables but it will help you understand how these factors influence each other when taken as a whole.

This short course of Design of Experiments is for people not acquainted with the DOE process, but who are interested in the process. No heavy statistical calculations are required, that is left for the statistician/engineer once the experimental runs are completed and data collected. However, mean, standard deviation, variance and analysis of variance with the F test will be reviewed. They will help you understand what is involved in a designed experiment process.

An experiment will be designed, conducted and analyzed in class.

A designed experiment is accomplished by the following steps:

  • Determine who should be involved in design
  • Brainstorming
  • Design the experiment
  • Conduct the experiment
  • Collect data
  • Analyze data
  • Interpret the results
  • Confirm experiment
  • Report

Limited enrollment

Enrollment is $75 (same as Conference fee) and includes: continental breakfast & lunch. Class participants will also be able to hear the Keynote Speaker and be part of the Conference wrap up session.

RIT Inn & Conference Center
5257 West Henrietta Road
Henrietta, NY 14467

Conference Fee: $75.00 Students $35
Includes: continental breakfast, lunch and ample free parking
Registration &/or Check-In Starts at 7:15 am

Be on the lookout for next Email Blast for Registration information.

Attendance earns 1.0 RU credit for ASQ recertification For more information, visit http://www.asqrs.org

The Rochester Section is the oldest section of the national American Society for Quality organization. Rochester has been offering a conference for over 40 years. ASQRS offers professional development opportunities, networking and community initiatives.



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Event Date:

  •  Event Date: 09/26/2018
  •  Event Start: 07:15 AM
  •  Event End: 05:00 PM

Event Location:

  •  RIT Inn & Conference Center
  • 5257 West Henrietta Road
  • Henrietta, NY 14467
  •  W: Website

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