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Professional Engineers Advancing Knowledge (PEAK) education seminars are a collaborative knowledge exchange facilitated by MSOE with the goal of providing a cost-effective way for PE’s to earn the professional development hours (PDH’s) now required for maintaining professional engineer (PE) licensure in Wisconsin.

Three times a year Professional Education hosts alumni and industry professionals for a day of learning and networking. This collaborative knowledge exchange known as ‘PEAK’ (Professional Engineers Advancing Knowledge), is a cost effective and convenient way for P.E.’s to earn the required professional development hours for State of Wisconsin licensure. Up to 8 PDH’s can be earned in a day.

Rosenberg Hall (map)
1235 N. Milwaukee St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202

Upcoming PEAK Mini Conferences:

Feb. 2018 PEAK Topics

Session One (8 - 9:45 a.m.)

  • Ethics for Engineers – Doug Nelson, P.E., Assistant Professor, MSOE
  • Hydro-Mechanical vs. Electro Hydraulic Solutions – Dr. Medhat Khalil, MSOE
  • Overcoming the Barriers to Innovation – Eric Lien, Lien & Company

Session Two (10 - 11:45 a.m.)

  • ASCE’s 2017 Infrastructure Report Card – Marty Hanson, President WSPE 2018
  • Hydraulic Reciprocating Actuators – Dr. Medhat Khalil, Director, PERD, MSOE
  • Introduction to Forensic Engineering: Fire & Water – Dale Kent and Doug Ernst, RCL Engineering, LLC

11:45 – 12:45 p.m. LUNCH BREAK

Session Three (1 - 2:45 p.m.)

  • Ethical Considerations of AI and Its Applications to Business – Dr. Paul Hudec, Associate Professor, MSOE
  • Leadership as a Developed Skill – Eric Lien, Lien & Company
  • Introduction to Forensic Engineering: The Building Enclosure and Construction Defects – Dale Kent and Doug Ernst, RCL Engineering, LLC

Session Four (3 - 4:45 p.m.)

  • Finite Elements Analysis (FEA) Applied to Internal Combustion Engines – John Crudden, P.E. Generac Power Systems
  • Theory of Constraints (ToC) in Manufacturing – Kate Kerrigan, CPMM, ToC, PMP
  • One & Two Sample Hypothesis Testing: t-Tests, Proportion Tests and more – Doug Grabenstetter, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, MSOE


Registration fee: $395.00, Lunch is $10.

Please contact Andreana Moody via email or call (414) 277-2334 if you have any questions.