Short Course on MINITAB Statistical Software: Experimental Designs for Robust Product/Process Optimization

Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 1:30pm to 4:30pm

Building 14, 14N-132 (DIRC)
160 MEMORIAL DR, Cambridge, MA 02139

Hosted by MIT-PDA Professional Development Committee

MINITAB is a powerful statistical software for process optimization and research enhancement. It provides Zero-Defects and optimum yield for product and process in science and engineering field. MINITAB is a simple, effective way to input statistical data, identify trends and patterns, problem’s troubleshooting, and extrapolate answers to the problem at hand. During this workshop, you will learn how to:

  • Optimize process through response optimizer
  • Assure process robustness
  • Control variation and correlate process parameters

Prerequisite: none

Link for download and installation of MINITAB18 (FREE 30 days trial) will be provided after registration. Use a lab computer or bring your own laptop to the workshop. A window-based computer is required.

Refreshments will be served. 


About Instructor:  Rozzeta Dolah is a postdoctoral fellow at MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering. She has extensive experience in industry as a process engineer, where she uses MINITAB in various Black Belt Six Sigma projects, problem solving for defects, and variation elimination. As a MINITAB trainer, she builds quality into product design through the implementation of robust Taguchi Method (Robust Quality Engineering), Design of Experiments (DOE), and Lean Six Sigma.  

Contact: Zhen CAO,

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