Physical and Engineering Sciences
The SPES program for JSM is coming together with four invited sessions, three topic-contributed sessions, 35 contributed papers, seven contributed posters, and four contributed SPEED posters.
A message from the incoming SPES chair, Liz Schiferl.
Winson Tam, SPES chair, reports on the various community-building activities and conferences that took place in 2013.
The Quality and Productivity Section and Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences will host the Joint Research Conference at the University of Washington June 24–26, 2014. A short course on Bayesian statistical process control will take place June 23.
The 57th Fall Technical Conference, co-sponsored by the ASA and American Society for Quality, was held October 17–18 in San Antonio, Texas.
The Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences invites you to submit papers for presentation at the 58th Fall Technical Conference, to be held October 2-3, 2014, in Richmond, Virginia.
The Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences is pleased to announce the results of its annual competition for contributed papers presented at the JSM conference in Montréal, Canada.
SPES had an active program at JSM 2013 in Montréal.
The Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences invites you to attend the 2013 Fall Technical Conference.
The Fall Technical Conference will take place October 17–18 in San Antonio, Texas, and consist of sessions covering a range of topics based on the theme “Spurring Innovation,” including statistical process control, reliability, and applied statistics. Read about what SPES has planned for this conference and JSM 2013.