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Bradley Jones appointed as new editor of Journal of Quality Technology

Journal of Quality Technology has appointed Bradley Jones as its new editor starting next year. JQT is a journal published by ASQ that emphasizes applied techniques in industrial statistics, including experimental design, Brad’s specialty.

Brad’s current role at SAS is Principal Research Fellow at JMP, where he develops software for optimal experimental design, advances research in that and closely related fields, and travels to present at seminars and conferences. Optimal experimental design is extremely important for engineers so that they can learn the most from a given number of runs in an experiment. Experiments are the key to learning how to make the best products, run the best processes, reduce variation and waste, and improve yields and performance.

Congratulations, Brad.

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C Jennings wrote:

Congratulations Brad! Nice recognition of your ability to work across worlds and with varied groups of people.


Lin Han OuYang wrote:

I am a Ph.D candidate in NanJing University of Science and Technology. I am very interested in robust design. The quality of product is designed by engineers. So experiments are the key to learning how to make the best products. Congratulations Brad.