GS Global Resources, MSOE Applied Tech Center Announce Seminars

Professional engineering seminars to advance machine fluid power, electronic control



MUKWONAGO, Wis.—December 15, 2016—GS Global Resources, industry leaders in mobile and industrial machine performance, and MSOE Applied Technology Center today announced a new seminar series for industry professionals and hydraulic systems engineers.

“Machine manufacturing professionals now can explore the leading-edge fluid power and electronic control applications at one of industry’s highly-regarded systems integrators,” MSOE Director of Professional Education & Research Development Dr. Medhat Kahlil says.

Seminar attendees will gain technical knowledge and industry contacts. This combination of professional development and networking is designed to enhance careers and ongoing development within MSOE’s renowned technical training structure.

The 2017 seminar series will be hosted at GS Global Resources’ new 115,000-square-foot facility, where the systems integrator delivers advanced machine design and application engineering solutions to OEMs. The first of seven seminars begins in January and runs through November. (See full schedule below.)

“For many years we’ve provided our OEM customers with supplier-led innovation and education on machine performance technology,” GS Global Resources President John Thornton says. “Partnering with MSOE on this seminar series is a natural extension of practical hydraulic, electronic, mechanical and software application insights we offer manufacturing customers.”

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2017 MSOE Applied Technology Center & GS Global Resources Seminar Series Schedule

Jan. 23-27:      Introduction to Hydraulics for Industry Professionals

Feb. 20-24:      Electrohydraulic Components & Systems

May 1-5:          Introduction to Hydraulics for Industry Professionals

June 19-21:     Hydraulic Specialist Certification Review

Sep. 11-15:      Introduction to Hydraulics for Industry Professionals

Sep. 18-22:     Electrohydraulic Components and Systems

Oct. 16-20:      Best Practices for Reliable Hydraulic Systems

Nov. 13-17:     Hydraulics Systems Modeling & Simulation for Application Engineers

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