Professor of Practice Daniel R. McCarville received his M.S. and Ph.D. from Arizona State University in 1994 and 1999, respectively. His research interests are in quality engineering, industrial statistics and engineering management with a general focus on continuous improvement methodologies. Prior to joining the Arizona State University faculty, Dan had worked 27 years in the semiconductor industry for Motorola and Mindspeed Technologies where he led teams through the development and implementation of large scale quality systems and complex manufacturing processes.
Ph.D., Industrial Engineering, Arizona State University, 1999
M.S.E., Industrial Engineering, Arizona State University, 1994
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Arizona, 1984
Quality engineering, industrial statistics, engineering management
Honors and awards
- Chair for the Quality and Productivity Section of the American Statistical Association at the Joint Statistical Methods Conference, 1999.
- Chair for Statistical Applications at the Institute of Environmental Sciences Conference, 1998.
- Chair for Statistical Applications at the Institute of Environmental Sciences Conference, 1997.
- Session Chair for the Institute of Environmental Sciences Conference, 1996. Session is based on statistical applications in environmental control.
- Conference Chairman for the American Statistical Association’s Quality and Productivity Research Conference, 1995.
- U.S. Defensible Publication, Motorola Scientific and Technical Society Award for “Method of Processing High Precision Pressure Sensors”, 1993.