Upcoming Events

To help local businesses grow, PennTAP actively promotes training and education opportunities to our clients. We provide online training through webinars hosted by our technical advisors, in addition to hosting in-person learning events and conferences throughout the year.

Our training typically encompasses one or more of our pillars of Energy and Environmental Services or Innovation Services. Click on an event name to learn more about its focus and view registration information.

Improve Your Bottom Line: Reduce Metal Manufacturers Processing Energy and Waste

When: May 20, 2021, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Where: Online Webinar

In this webinar, PennTAP will identify cost-effective practices and technologies to increase energy efficiency and pollution prevention ideas and suggestions that can help metal manufacturers facilities reduce energy use, waste, and operate more efficiently while saving money.

Pathways to Smart Manufacturing through Smart Maintenance

When: Jun 17, 2021, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Where: Online Webinar

PennTAP will be joined in this webinar by Dr. Vittal Prabhu who will describe the process by which manufacturer’s can begin to develop a smart maintenance program through the use of data as well as present ways in which Penn State can assist companies with this transition to smart maintenance through development of a baseline performance models, IIOT sensor data, and algorithms for analysis and prediction along with estimating return on investment for implementing IOT and cloud computing solutions.

Powdered Metals – Industry Trends and University Engagement Opportunities

When: Nov 18, 2021, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Where: Online Webinar

This webinar will present current research activities at Penn State as well as look at the future trends related to the powdered metals industry. There will also be a discussion of the facilities at Penn State which can support industry needs and ways to engage with faculty and student expertise to solve challenging problems facing powdered metal companies today.