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MFPT 2016 Pre-Conference Tutorials and Short Courses - Monday, 23 May 16
[Sign up for a full day of learning as part of your registration!
$495 for the all-day short course; $250 for any other combination of sessions]

Seven Opportunities for a Great Price!

In a change for 2016, MFPT has pulled together a total of 7 different tutorials and courses, from distiguished instructors, on the Monday before the full Conference starts.  You can attend either the all-day short course (by adding $495 to your registration fee), of any combination of 6 other half-day sessions (for just $250).  Refreshments will be provided all day, including mid-morning and mid-afternoon coffee breaks, and there will be a buffet luncheon.  The schedule for the day is shown below, and the detailed descriptions of the individual sessions can be accessed by clicking on the relevant titles.  Once you have decided which sessions interest you the most, just make the appropriate selections on your registration form.

Program, Monday 23 May 16
(Click on Tutorial/Short Course Title for Detailed Information)

8:30 AM to
12:00 PM
All Day Short Course
Hands-on Machine Vibration Analysis with Emphasis on Signal Analysis (Continues in pm)
Short Course
Diagnosing Problems in Rotating Machinery by Evaluating Vibration
Tutorial
Preventive Maintenance Programs in Manufacturing: A Pragmatic Approach
Tutorial
Systems Engineering
Cancelled
  Bill Marscher, PE
Mechanical Solutions, Inc
John Meyer,
Rockwell Automation
 
       
1:00 AM to
4:30 PM
(Continues from am, finishes at 5:30 pm) Tutorial
Vibration Analysis and Signal Processing by Pictures
Cancelled
Tutorial
Dynamic Sensors and Calibration
Tutorial
Perspectives and Case Studies on the Use of Data-Driven Methods for Predictive Monitoring Applications
(finishes at 3:30 pm)
Suri Ganeriwala, SpectraQuest, Inc and Tony Barlow,
Chevron
Professor Bob Randall, University of New South Wales Michael Dillon,
The Modal Shop, Inc
David Siegel and
Edzel Lapira,
Predictronics Corp

 

 
 
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