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Conference Theme:  Statistics: From Data to Information to Decision Making

This year’s conference will focus on theory and application of statistical methods in industrial and business settings to facilitate good data collection strategies, effective analysis, and connecting statistical results to guiding decision and policy.

Conference Schedule

Sunday, June 3 - Registration - Evening from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Monday, June 4 - Full Day - Technical Program
               Evening - Banquet
Tuesday, June 5 - Full Day - Technical Program
               Evening - Reception at Santa Fe Museum of Fine Art
Wednesday, June 6 - Morning - Technical Program                    
               Afternoon - Short Course "Beyond the Factory Floor: Succeeding
               With Six Sigma Outside Manufacturing," with Instructor: Roger Hoerl

Conference Mission

The mission of the Quality and Productivity Research Conference is to improve the quality of products and services and the productivity of industries by stimulating the research and development of better statistical methods for quality and productivity improvement. The conference emphasizes research and development of statistical methods driven by important applications and looks to identify new application areas where statistics can have a significant impact. The conference includes statistical topics such as case studies as well as non-statistical topics such as writing, communication, and management that have an important influence on the effectiveness of statistical applications.

Conference Sponsors

American Statistical Association     Los Alamos National Laboratory     The University of New Mexico

Stat-Ease   JMP   Minitab