The 52nd Turbomachinery and 39th Turbomachinery and Pump Symposia (TPS 2023) is one month away. Registration remains open online and will be open onsite.
TPS will be held in Houston, Texas at the George R. Brown Convention Center Tuesday-Thursday, Sept. 26-28, 2023. Short courses will be held in conjunction with the symposia on Monday, Sept. 25.
TPS Additional Events 2023
Women of TPS Luncheon
The Women of TPS luncheon will return for TPS 2023. The event is a forum for women of TPS to share experiences and challenges in the industry. It is also an avenue in which women and men can learn how to improve the landscape for women in STEM fields and learn how other organizations have initiated this change.
Both women and men are encouraged to attend. The luncheon is open to all individuals affiliated with the symposium, from technical engineers, to sales and marketing staff, to administrative professionals. Thank you to our presenters: Natalie Smith, Southwest Research Institute, and Dr. Marcia Cooper, Texas A&M University Mechanical Engineering and Turbomachinery Lab Faculty Member.
When: Wednesday, Sept. 20, noon-1:30 p.m.
How Much: $75 – Add the luncheon when you register online, or register onsite. Space is limited, so register early!
What’s included? Presentation, game, networking and a plated lunch. Come join the fun!
Retired Emeritus Professor Dr.Childs Book Signing
Stop by the Turbomachinery Laboratory booth to have your copy of Turbomachinery Rotordynamics with Case Studies signed by Dr. Childs. Dr. Childs graciously donated his remaining stock to the Turbomachinery Laboratory. Dr. Childs was part of the team responsible for organizing TPS 52 years ago.
Built on a history of success, the annual TPS promotes professional development, technology transfer, peer networking and information exchange among industry professionals. TPS regularly attracts over 3,000 delegates from 45 countries and over 300 exhibiting companies.
The technical program includes short courses, lectures, tutorials, case studies and discussion groups led by experts in their fields. The full program schedule is posted online here, and the entire event program can be viewed here. All proceedings from previous programs are available online, for free, at turbolab.tamu.edu/proceedings.
In preparation for next year’s program, the TPS 2024 call for papers is now open. Abstracts, one to three pages, are due Friday, Oct. 27, 2023. For more details on submission requirements as well as solicited areas of interest, visit tps.tamu.edu/program/submissions. TPS 2024 will be held August 20 – 22, with short courses on August 19.
The exhibition will feature booths from more than 310 companies from the oil and gas, petrochemical, power, pump and turbomachinery industries. Companies will display full-size equipment, cutting-edge technology and emerging industry trends. During a portion of the symposia, exhibit hall entry will be free to the public.
To view the floorplan and list of exhibiting companies, visit tps.tamu.edu/exhibition.
TPS MOBILE APP
Stay updated on event details, booth information and more by downloading the TPS 2023 Mobile App! Search for and download the mobile app from your app store the week before the event. Your username will be the email you used to register. The password will be the reference number found in your registration conformation email.
Registration for the symposia remains open online and will be available onsite. For more information on TPS 2023, including the full technical program, event schedule, exhibiting company list, registration procedures and more, visit tps.tamu.edu.
ABOUT THE TURBOMACHINERY AND PUMP SYMPOSIA
The Turbomachinery & Pump Symposia is the premiere conference for rotating equipment engineers and technicians worldwide, spanning oil and gas, petrochemical, chemical, power, aerospace, and water industries. The expert-selected technical program combined with an international exhibition is the perfect platform for networking with and learning from colleagues, OEMs and end-users. TPS, founded in 1972, is organized by the Turbomachinery Laboratory, a center of the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) and member of The Texas A&M University System.