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All members are welcome to the upcoming seminar for continuing education and professional development. There is a provision to earn credits for those who will need professional development hours for their Professional Engineer license renewal. The nominal rates have been determined to defray the costs of hosting the seminar. Please feel free to invite others such as SAE and IEEE members who might also take advantage of the PDHs that can be earned at a very minimal expense. We have excellent speakers lined up to address interesting topics. The required 2 PDHs on ethics are included in this seminar.
Full Seminar (Includes 5 PDHs): $100
Full Seminar (No PDHs): $35
Individual Session(s) (Up to 3) (Includes PDHs): $25 each
The seminar will take place at the MSOE Grohmann Tower, 4th floor conference room, Milwaukee, WI on Saturday, March 24, 2017, with the following schedule:
7:30-8:20 AM Set-up, registration and breakfast
8:20-8:30 AM Welcome by the Section Chair, Bryan Eskra and seminar coordinator Subha Kumpaty
8:30-9:20 AM Session 1 - Dynamic Test and Measurement of Rotating Machinery in Industry by Nathan Brinkman, Briggs & Stratton
9:25-10:15 AM Session 2 - Systems Engineering of Materials for On-board Hydrogen Storage for PEM Fuel Cells in Automotive Applications by Dr. Maruthi Devarakonda, GE Power
10:15-10:35 AM Break
10:35-11:25 Session 3 - Probing pH (potential of hydrogen) level of an Aqueous Solution using a Microwave Spectroscopy (MWS) S11 Reflection method at micro/nanoscale by Dr. Chung Hoon Lee, Marquette University
11:30-12:20 Session 4 - Engineering Ethics by Dr. Subha Kumpaty, MSOE
12:30-1:20 PM Luncheon Session on Ethics Case Studies
There is a provision to earn five PDH's for those who will be renewing their professional engineering license. For more information and to register, click on the following link:
This month, the ASME Milwaukee Section is hosting a tour of Charter Steel in Saukville. Following the tour, members will learn about developing an Energy Management System.
The presentation will be made by Tari Emerson, P.E., the Division Energy Manager of Charter Steel and Katie Dimmer, an Energy Engineer at Charter Steel.
After the tour and program the group will have dinner at Newport Shores Restaurant in Port Washington.
Click on the following link for more information and to register for this event: