Public Hands-On Seminars

MSOE’s Applied Technology CenterTM regularly offers seminars that are designed to keep engineers and managers abreast of cutting-edge technological development, current applications and newly developed techniques. While some of these seminars focus on the foundation of fluid power, others explore more advanced sophisticated concepts in a high-tech, applications-oriented environment.

Location:

Unless otherwise noted, all public seminars take place at the headquarters of our new education partner, GS Global Resources.

926 Perkins Drive
Mukwonago, WI 53149
Training room #5050 on the second floor.

For directions and hotel recommendation, please refer to the GS Global Resources website. If you have questions regarding location or lodging, please contact Gerry Warzala at (262) 378-5200.

Current Course Schedule


Public Online Live Seminars

Live Online Seminars: In compliance with this difficult time, MSOE invested in software platform to launch Live Online Seminars. The following are the conditions and terms:

  • Interactive: Participants will enjoy learning, ask questions, and share their experiences with other participants for even reduced cost.
  • Material: Participants will receive the same material (textbook + workbook) shipped to your location.
  • Duration: Length of each course is 12 Hours, 3 hours/day.
  • Time: 9 AM – Noon, CDT. 3 sessions, 50 minutes/session followed by 10 minutes break.
  • CEUs: 1.2/session.
  • Certificates:  Certificates issued per course as usual.
  • Cost:  $1,200/person/course for individuals.
  • Group Training: Cost for group training from one company, please contact Dr. Medhat Khalil (khalil@msoe.edu). 

Electrohydraulic Components and Systems (ISBN: 978-0-9977634-2-3)

  • Chapter 5 & 6: Proportional valves & Servo Valves
  • Chapter 7: Electro-hydraulic Valve Selection Criteria
  • Chapter 8: Open-Loop versus Closed-Loop EH Applications
  • Chapter 9: Control Electronics for Electro-Hydraulic Valves

Registration is TBD

Hydraulic Fluids and Contamination Control (ISBN: 9978-0-9977816-3-2)

  • January 10, 2023: Chapter 1 & 2: Introduction & Hydraulic Fluids
  • January 11, 2023: Chapter 3 & 4: Energetic Contamination & Gaseous Contamination
  • January 12, 2023: Chapter 5 & 6: Fluidic Contamination & Chemical Contamination
  •  January 13, 2023: Chapter 7 & 8: Particulate Contamination & Hydraulic Fluid Analysis
  • Chapter 9 & 10: Hydraulic Filter Performance Ratings & Contamination Control in Hydraulic Transmission Lines

Register here

Introduction to Hydraulics for Industry Professionals (ISBN: 978-0-692-62236-0)

  • Chapter 4: Hydraulic Pumps and Motors
  • Chapter 5: Hydraulic Valves Overview
  • Chapter 6 & 7: Hydraulic Reciprocating Actuators & Hydraulic Accumulators
  • Chapter 8: Hydraulic Circuits for Basic Applications, Contd.

Registration is TBD