Management, Engineering & Science Seminars

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Seminars are to discuss ways one can improve productivity by several orders of magnitude. Management seminars discuss the importance of managing by objectives. Engineering & Science Seminars discuss how one can easily go 'One step from first principles to solution'. Is your organization willing to try new ideas that could increase your productivity by many orders of magnitude?

Seminars available to Colleges & Universities

  • Learn to think & communicate in terms of project Objective(s) ... become Objective-driven Employees. Improve your own productivity! Work as a team and Manage by Objectives. Advanced (Calculus-level) Design Software requires one to state their objective(s) in order to solve for an optimal solution while reducing computer simulated design times by over 90%. Objective-driven employees is the way of the future, start thinking in terms of design objectives!

  • Manufacturing Tools:
            1. Helps decide Pass/Fail criteria for duplication of products; and,
            2. Another tool simplifies Monte Carlo method for Multivariable problems

  • Spectral Estimation Methods (free software with 10+ methods), zero-padding effects, sample size vs. delta-F size, etc. Bring your questions! Recommend downloading and using SpectrumSolvers (freeware) program http://fortranCalculus.info/apps/spectrumsolvers.html and download & use (free) SpectrumSolvers software -BEFORE- seminar.


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Textbooks - Parameter Estimation 4 ODE/PDE - Signal Analysis / Spectral Estimation - Body Plasma - Solar Cell
Increasing Productivity Examples: AC Motor Design - Matched Filters - Pulse Slimming / InterSymbol Interference - Pilot (safe) Ejection - PharmacoKinetics Simulation - Poisson's (Differential) Equation - Schrodinger (Differential) Equation - BVP 4 PDE Equations - Implicit (Differential) Equations