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Venue: DTU, Building 101A, Anker Engelunds Vej 1, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby. Copenhagen, Denmark
The ISoRD 2014 symposium concerns the topic of robust design from a practical and industry orientated perspective. During the 2 day symposium we will share our understanding of the need of industry with respect to the control of variance, reliability issues and approaches to robust design. The target audience for the symposium therefore will aim to attract equal numbers of industry and academic delegates with two separate paper submission tracks.
Academic track: 10 page papers in the form of traditional scientific papers; description new of method/tool with well described use cases; summaries findings/impact of long research programmes (what worked and what didn’t).
Industry track: 4 page papers in the form of: case studies on issues, needs, methods used; viewpoints on robust design; proposal for new approaches to deal with variance and reliability.
Robust Design Methodology
Indicators of Product Robustness
Production Process Capability
Parameter Sensitivity/Transfer function modelling
Design for Six Sigma
Quantifying Quality/Value loss due to Variance
1st April 2014 Abstract submission deadline
1st May 2014 Full Paper submission deadline
14th June 2014 Notification of acceptance
1st August 2014 Final paper upload
14st–15th August 2014 ISoRD14 Conference
For further information see http://www.robustdesign.org/isord
Live streaming link available for the symposium here: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/dtu-broadcast
NEWS: New workshop on the Variation Management Framework (VMF) is available using the Vaavud wind reader. Open source files related to the workshop are available here: http://pd-symposium.org/RDD.php The case files of design and production documentation the Wind reader have been purchased by the SIG and can be used for further studies. Please contact Tom Howard for access (firstname.lastname@example.org). • To share knowledge about robust design and related disciplines • To test out robust design tools,...