Turbomachinery Events

GPPS Turbomachinery Conferences and Workshops

The Global Power and Propulsion Society hosts a number of Energy and Aviation related technical conferences, forums, and workshops each year.

In Canada, Europe, and China, GPPS has hosted 15 successful conferences and forums with over 2,000 attendees from across the globe.

The topics of GPPS technical conferences range from Aviation to Energy Systems. Conferences specifically address Turbomachinery, Combustor & Combustion, Axial Compression, Instrumentation & Testing, Unsteady Flows, Thermal Cycles and Engine Cycles and Energy Systems & Carriers. GPPS is also on the forefront of discussing Energy Transition & Renewables.

At GPPS Conferences you will have the opportunity to hear from some of the leading voices in the turbomachinery industry on the latest technological advances and future trends.

Over the years we have hosted 6 European Technical Conferences in both Zurich and Greece, additionally we’ve hosted technical conference in Canada and Asia with many papers being submitted to our International Turbomachinery Journal.

During our conferences and Forums attendees have plenty of opportunities to network with fellow engineers and scientists working in turbomachinery from around the world.

Whether you are looking to stay up-to-date on the latest advances in turbomachinery technology or want to network with like-minded professionals, GPPS Society conferences are a great choice.

GPPS Events in 2023 / 2024

Following our Forum23 and LNG Workshop in Zurich we are already looking forward to our upcoming technical conference to be hosted in Hong Kong this October; additionally we are currently preparing for our GPPS 3rd Turbomachinery CFD Workshop also hosted in Asia.

The one day CFD Workshop will take place on October 16th and then the 2023 Technical Conference on the 17th – 19th October, and has already received nearly 300 submitted abstracts from interested researchers. The event, along with the 3rd GPPS CFD Workshop will be hosted at The University of Hong Kong (HKU).

We are also excited to announce the 7th Annual Energy and Aviation Forum here in Zurich. Delegates will also be invited to attend our Turbomachinery Seminar hosted by Klaus Brun, Tim Allison and Rainer Kurz.

Our location

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


Landis + Gyr-Strasse 1, 6300 Zug