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6500 Doubletree Avenue •
Columbus, OH 43229
Arrival and Networking: 5:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Dinner: 6:00PM to 6:30 PM
Presentation: 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
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Presentation Title: Using Statistical Methods for Creating Better Knowledge in Engineering Labs
Summary of presentation:
David Douglas and Mustafa Shraim will be presenting a case study utilizing an engineering laboratory process and statistical quality methods. Generally, competencies taught in labs, such as injection molding or additive manufacturing, are presented to students as steps to operate the process and create a product. In this case study, design of experiments (DOE) is used to understand the impact of input variables used on the quality of the product being produced. The objective of using design of experiments here is to provide alternative methods for deeper understanding of manufacturing technologies being taught in a variety of lab-based courses.
David Douglas is a senior student in the Department of Engineering Technology & Management at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. He is currently the president of the ASQ student branch at Ohio University, a Robe Leadership Institute Scholar and treasurer of Epsilon Pi Tau. Additionally, he has two jobs one as a Junior Quality Engineer in the Program to Aid Career Exploration (PACE) at Ohio University. The other job as a Food Production Associate at Ohio University.
Mustafa Shraim is an Associate Professor in the Department of Engineering Technology & Management at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. He received both of his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Ohio University, and a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from West Virginia University. He teaches courses in quality management systems, operations management, statistical quality control, and leadership. Mustafa also has over 20 years of industrial experience as a quality engineer, corporate quality manager, and a consultant in quality management systems, statistical quality methods, and Lean systems.
Columbus, OH 43229