2nd Wednesday of every month 6:30-8:30pm PST
ASQ Statistics Society holds meetings once a month. The link to the events is: http://www.asq-silicon-valley.org/discussion-groups/statistics-and-reliability.
The most complete library of reliability information anywhere in the world
In January, we launched our site Reliapedia. Since then we have added over 50 GBytes of data, videos, and PDF files to the site and will continue to do so. The purpose of this site is not only to be the best source of reliability information, but also the most current.
This is the most comprehensive source of reliability information in any one place. Over 200 technical articles and presentations as well as over 100 hours of video content, including 25 one hour webinars, our entire CRE and CQE course webinars, and our most popular seminars. This site is perfect for those that want to learn at their own pace. And rolled into this new site is the ability to ask us questions and even sign up for weekly/monthly mentoring if you need a little guidance. And we are committed to continue to update the site. We are working on interactive formulas, a 40-hour seminar series, and more.
Non-members can browse through the site and see the abstract for each article, webinar, and seminar, and the first page in each chapter of Mike’s book. Members get access to the entire site.
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May 7-11, 2012 in Santa Clara, California and via webinar
TRACK ONE – DFX TOOLS
• Design for Reliability (DfR): May 7-8
• Design for 6 Sigma (DfSS): May 9
• Design for Mechanical Reliability (DfMR): May 10
• Design for Warranty (DfW): May 11 morning
• Design for Software Reliability (DfS): May 11 afternoon
Each attendee will receive a copy of Mike’s book "How Reliability Is Your Product: 50 Ways to Improve Product Reliability"
Location: 990 Richard Ave, Suite 101, Santa Clara, CA 95050 and via webinar
Price: $1195 for each 2 day course, $695 for each 1 day course, $395 for each 1/2 day course.25% discount for seminars taken via web-conference
Group Rates: Every 5th registrant (or the 5th day for one registrant) is free
You can Find Out More Here.
Robust Design (RD) Methodology is discussed for hardware development. We will compare with reliability engineering (RE) tools and practices, and highlight differences and similarities. We will present proximity to ideal function for robust design and compare to physics of failure and other reliability modeling and prediction approaches. We will show measurement selection to strongly differentiates RD and reliability engineering methods. We will show how to get the most from each methodology and show pitfalls for each set of practices. This webinar will be a lead in to Lou’s symposium classes DOE and DFSS.
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Date(s): April 17 – May 29, 2012
Time: 6pm-10pm one night a week, 7 weeks
Instructor: Greg Swartz and Pat MacMahon, Ops A La Carte
Length: 7 weeks
Location: San Jose, CA and via webinar
Description: Becoming certified as a Quality Engineer (CQE) can be valuable to your employer and your career. We are offering this Exam Preparation Course. Students have found it very valuable in preparing for the exam. Even if you are not planning on taking the exam but need a good, in-depth course in Quality Engineering, this can benefit you substantially.
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