GPPS Technical Conference Program 2023

Technical Conference Program 2023

Three days of paper presentations, plenary keynotes, panel sessions, and social networking events

The review process is complete and we are in the process of finalising the program schedule with paper assignment and additional keynote talks. We have now published our provisional program which you can download via the link on the left side of the page.

The Organizing Committee is currently finalizing the Plenary Keynotes. The speeches will cover some of the most relevant topics for turbomachinery and related fields. Please find below the latest confirmed attendees, additional information will be added shortly.

Plenary Keynotes (Draft Program)

Keynotes & Forum on Decarbonization

Dr. Liping Xu (University of Cambridge)
Mr. Yasushi Hashimoto (IHI Corporation Japan/JAEC)
Dr. Sumiu Uchida (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries)

Keynotes & Forum on Advanced Computing

Prof. Kun Xu (HK Univ Sci & Tech) on compact, high-order algorithm
Dr. Christopher Savoie (Zapata) on quantum computing
Prof. Xiaomo Jiang (Dalian University of Technology) on the Status and Challenges of AI-driven Big Model for Smart Maintenance of Turbomachines

Keynotes & Forum on Future Energy

Dr. Ming Li (Chinese Society of Astronautics) on space solar power plant
Dr. Henry Lau (UK Atomic Energy Authority) on fusion power generation



Technical Keynotes (Draft Program)

Keynote: Stall Margin Improvement on Axial Compressors: Integrated Design of Axial Slot Casing Treatment and Blades
 Prof. Juan Du
(Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Keynote: The Research and Development of Detonation-based Engines
– Prof. Wei Fan (Northwestern Polytechnical University)

Keynote: The next age of turbomachinery noise predictions
Prof. Stéphane Moreau (Université de Sherbrooke)

Keynote: Development Trend of Low Carbon and Electrification Technologies in Aviation Power
– Prof. Shuai Shijin (Tsinghua University)

Keynote: Structural Integrity for Greener Power
Prof. Shan-Tung Tu (East China University of Science and Technology)

Our location

With team members spread across the globe, the core team is based in Zurich Switzerland.


Landis + Gyr-Strasse 1, 6300 Zug