Quality Control in Production (1F200)

This was an introductory course on quality control for firstyear management
science students. The emphasis was on quality management, in particular process
design, rather than statistical issues. The textbook for this course was
the excellent text Creating Quality. Process Design for Results by
W.J. Kolarik.

Production Quality of Series Production(1R360)

This was a course for thirdyear management science students in the special
programme Series Production. This course
became superfluous with the introduction of the firstyear compulsory course
1F200.

Statistics for Chemical Engineering (2S070)

This was an introductory probability and statistics course, with heavy emphasis on regression analysis.
This course will not be taught anymore, since statistics teaching for chemical engineering students has been integrated in their lab work.

Kansrekening (2DI25)

This is an introductory probability for computer science students. Information is available through Studyweb. Together with the new course 2DI35 (to be taught for the first time in 20082009), this is a replacement for the course 2S970. 
Statistics 1 for Chemical Engineering (2DS00)

This is an introductory, handson statistics course, with heavy emphasis
on regression analysis, including nonlinear regresssion.

Statistics 2 for Chemical Engineering (2DS01)

This was a short advanced course in statistical methods, with emphasis on analysis of
variance and design of experiments (fractional factorial designs, response
surface methods, mixture designs). We will try to link these subjects as much
as possible with recent developments in combinatorial chemistry and
highthroughput analysis. We use the web teaching tool Statlab
for interactively teaching DOE
. The course has been integrated into the course 6BV04.

Mathematical Statistics 2 (2S220)

This was an advanced mathematical statistics course for mathematics students on asymptotics, empirical
process theory and kernel estimators.

Wiskunde 5 voor Informatica (2S970)

This was an introductory probability and statistics course for computer science students. Information is available through Studyweb. The course 2S970 is superseded by the new course 2DI25 Probability Theory and 2DI35 Statistics. 
Mathematical Statistics (2S990)

This introductory statistics course for mathematics students has been superseded by 2WS05.

Industrial Statistics (2WS02)

This was a course in the SPOR Master's
Programme, which I teach jointly with Emiel
van Berkum. The topics are design of experiments (DOE;
fractional factorial designs, response
surface methods, optimal designs) and statistical process control (SPC; historical development of quality control,
basic acceptance sampling schemes, measurement analysis (Gauge R & R),
capability analysis: capability indices, testing for capability, Six Sigma metrics,
control charts: Shewhart control charts for grouped and individual data, CUSUM and EWMA control charts, control
charts for attribute data, control charts for specific situations
(correlated data (in particular time series models), toolwear
charts).

Mathematical Statistics
(2WS05; former code 2S990)

This course is being taught as part of
the Bachelor's programme Applied Mathematics, and is also included in the Mathematics minor for. The contents include estimation theory (sufficiency, RaoBlackwell, ML estimation of
functions of parameters, robust estimation, delta method, confidence intervals), elementary testing theory (NeymanPearson lemma, likelihood ratio tests), and one and twosample problems.

Robust Design (2WS08) 
This was a course for our Master's Program Industrial Mathematics. The course provided an
introduction to robust design by covering the first 7 chapters of the wellknown
book by Phadke.

Applied Statistics
(2WS10)

This was an elective course for the joint Master's programme of the three
Dutch technical universities. The contents of this course follow a twoyear
scheme. In 20052006 the course was an introduction to SPC (Statistical
Process Control). The main topics were historical development of quality control,
basic acceptance sampling schemes, measurement analysis (Gauge R & R),
capability analysis, Six Sigma metrics,
Shewhart control charts for grouped and individual data, CUSUM and EWMA control charts, control
charts for attribute data, control charts for specific situations
(correlated data (in particular time series models), toolwear
charts). I taught this part with assistance from
Professor Albers and Dr. Kallenberg from Twente
University and did so again in 20072008. In 20062007
Dr. Lopuhaä of Delft
University taught the course with survival analysis as content.

Reliability (2WS16; formerly 2WS00)

This course was taught as part of the Bachelor's programme Applied
Mathematics. In this course, basic topics in reliability theory and survival analysis like
redundancy, life time distributions, censoring, Cox proportional hazards model etc. were covered.

Vaardigheidsblok
Anorganische Chemie (6BV04)

This is not a regular course, but a practical part of the chemical engineering
curriculum. The statistical theory of design of experiments is an integrated
part of this course. Students will directly apply basic principles of
experimental design to experiments that they must perform themselves. I taught
this course together with Koo Rijpkema. The
responsible teachers from the Chemical Engineering Department are
Christian Müller and Pieter Magusin. 