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Milwaukee Section

A century old, the Milwaukee Section has grown to encompass the southern and eastern reaches of Wisconsin. On offer are open discussions, lively activities, and support for industry and academia...
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News & Updates

  • ASME Milwaukee Event - Student Night - Nov. 13, 2019

    This month, we will have our annual Student Night event at MSOE's new Dwight & Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall. The building was designed with students and community in mind providing a GPU-powered supercomputer (named Rosie), modern classrooms, innovative laboratories and an auditorium. Classes being provided at this hall are: artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning cyber security, robotics and cloud computing. There will be an opportunity for a tour of the facility.  

    We have invited our local student chapters (MSOE, UWM, Marquette, UW-Madison and Michigan Tech) to come in and present their current ASME projects. Also, brought back by student request, the design competition!

    Registration Open through 11/10/19.

    To Register →

  • Waukesha Water Presentation - October 16th, 2019

    An enthusiastic group of 18 ASME members met at Matteo's restaurant for an in depth discussion on Waukesha's connection to Lake Michigan water.

    Phil Vincent presents a certificate of appreciation (and coffee mug) to Daniel Duchniak (right), general manager of the Waukesha Water Utility for his presentation.  

  • MSOE EFX Event - Saturday, Oct. 12th, 2019

    All ASME members are invited to attend the EFX Event this Saturday at MSOE.  Registration is $25 but you get  a lot- many great talks, lunch and T-shirt. Hope as many of our MILWAUKEE members attend as possible to support our students.   Click on the following link for more information.


  • ASME Milwaukee Event - October 16, 2019

    This month, the ASME Milwaukee Section has invited back Daniel Duchniak to update the progress of the City of Waukesha's water lines connecting to Lake Michigan. Dan was responsible for overseeing and coordinating the application to allow Waukesha to borrow and return Great Lakes water under an exception to the diversion ban established by the Great Lakes Compact. Dan will discuss the project and process of transitioning Waukesha to it's new water supply in 2023.

    We will hold this event at Matteo's in Waukesha where we will dine on a pizza and chicken Parmesan dinner buffet.

    For more information, click on the following link:

    Register Here →