GPPS Chania24: Call for Papers

Review Timeline

New Abstract Submission Deadline:
31st January, 2024

Acceptance of Currently Submitted Abstracts:
26th January 2024

Acceptance of Newly Submitted Abstracts:
8th February 2024

New Full Paper Submission:
14th April, 2024

Paper Acceptance Decision:
7th June, 2024

Revised Paper Submission:
8th July, 2024

Revised Paper Acceptance:
31st July, 2024

Final File Submission:
5th August, 2024

Call for Papers

Technical Conference for Propulsion and Power Industry

The Global Power and Propulsion Society invites submissions for its 2024 International Technical Conference, returning to Chania, Crete, from September 4 to 6, 2024. The conference theme explores ‘Innovate, Integrate, Carbon Mitigate: Exploring Turbomachinery Technology in a Sustainable Era.’

Participate in the Student Paper Competition by indicating your interest during submission. To be eligible, students must serve as the lead and presenting authors. Join us in shaping the future of turbomachinery technology!

Drawing submissions from Europe and worldwide, the GPPS Turbomachinery Technical Conference stands as a renowned event in the Energy and Aviation industries. It serves as a prominent platform for young talents to showcase and promote their research. After the presentation of papers, we are dedicated to disseminating and endorsing this research through various academic indexing portals. To support authors in advancing their research endeavors, all copyrights will be retained by the respective authors post-event.

Submission Topics

Authors have been invited to submit abstracts between 100 – 200 words related to the following topics:

  • Aeroacoustics & Noise
  • Combustor & Combustion
  • Deposition, Erosion, Fouling & Icing in Gas Turbines
  • Ducts, Nozzles, Exhausts & Component Interaction and Integration
  • Energy Systems & Carriers
  • Energy Transition & Renewables
  • Heat Transfer
    • General interest
    • Film cooling
    • Internal cooling
    • Design and analysis methods
  • Instrumentation, Control, Testing, Monitoring & Diagnostics
  • Secondary Air System & Sealing
  • Mechanics and Materials
    • Stress and vibration
    • Fatigue, fracture and life
    • Rotordynamics
    • Seal/bearing dynamics
    • Design and analysis methods
    • New materials, coatings, manufacturing
  • Supercritical CO2
  • Thermodynamic Cycles for Power & Propulsion
  • Turbomachinery Aerodynamics
    • Axial-flow compressors
    • Radial/mixed-flow compressors
    • Fans/blowers
    • Turbochargers, small turbomachines, new applications
    • Axial/radial-flow turbines
    • Steam turbines
    • Wind turbines
    • Design and analysis methods
  • Turbomachinery Aeroelasticity
    • Flutter
    • Forced response
    • Nonsynchronous vibration
    • Design and analysis methods
  • Turbomachinery Unsteady Aerodynamics
    • General interest
    • Rotating stall, rotating instability and surge
    • Blade row interaction and inlet distortion
    • Design and analysis methods
  • Pumps

Note: Based on paper submissions, some topics may be subdivided or merged into sessions.

Submission Guidelines

Authors should submit an abstract of 100 – 200 words through the GPPS webtool, submission instructions can be downloaded here as PDF.

Final acceptance of papers will be determined by peer review of the draft manuscripts and approval of final papers by the Review Chair. If warranted by review, papers may also be recommended for publication in the GPPS  journal.

One Author for each paper published in the Conference must attend to present. A registration fee is required.

All presented papers will be published after the Conference, with selected papers published within the GPPS  journal after the event.

In case of any issues regarding the submission process, please contact Ben Newton on ben.newton@gpps.global.

Please note: Where applicable, approval of your paper by your associated company is often required. 

Copyright Notice

Authors of the Chania24 Technical Conference will retain the copyright for submitted papers published as Conference Proceedings.

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