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About IGTC

The International Gas Turbine Congress (IGTC) is an international congress held in Japan to exchange information on the latest researches and technology trends in gas turbine, propulsion, and energy systems. Since the 1st congress in 1971, IGTC has been held twelve times until the last one in Tokyo in Nov. 2019. The IGTC 2019 was successfully held at Toranomon Hills, located in the central part of Tokyo with 493 participants and 226 presentations. The next IGTC will be held in the autumn of 2023 in western part of Japan.

Papers related to any aspects of gas turbine, aero-engine, turbomachinery and energy conversion turbine systems are invited from all over the world. Keynote Speeches, Invited Lectures and Panel Discussions will be arranged in addition to the Paper Sessions.

An exhibition related to gas turbines, energy systems, turbochargers, accessories, parts, materials, instrumentation, software, etc. will be held at the Congress site. Technical tours, a welcome reception, and a banquet will also be planned.

You are cordially invited to join the IGTC2023 for up-to-date information exchange and networking.

The topics of papers to be presented include, but are not restricted to the following areas:

  • Aerodynamics and Design
  • Aircraft Engines
  • Combustion, Fuel and Emissions
  • Control and Diagnostics
  • Cycle Innovation
  • Heat Transfer
  • Industrial Gas Turbine and Power Systems
  • Materials and Manufacturing Technologies
  • Small Gas Turbine and Turbochargers
  • Steam Turbines
  • Structure and Dynamics
  • Testing Technology