Turbomachinery & Pump Symposium 2020 Dates Selected

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Turbomachinery & Pump Symposium 2020 Dates Selected

Due to the ongoing global public health concerns related to COVID-19, the 49th Turbomachinery & 36th Pump Symposia will be now be held virtually December 7-10, 2020. The technical sessions and exhibition will be held online Tuesday-Thursday, December 8-10 with short courses on Monday, December 7.

Leadership of the TEES Turbomachinery Laboratory—host of TPS—determined that moving the event online is the best action in order to comply with CDC and government regulations regarding COVID-19.

“The health and safety of our staff, delegates, and exhibitors always comes first,” said Dr. Eric Petersen, Director of the Turbo Lab. “We determined that a virtual event was the best course of action, and we fully expect that TPS 2020 will be a milestone event. Given the great Turbo Lab staff, advisory committee members, and supporting industry participants, I have no doubt that TPS 2020 will be as successful as originally planned.”

At this time, we continue to hope that all our served delegates and their families, companies, and industries stay safe, healthy, and emerge with the best possible outcomes.

We thank you for your continued patience, understanding, and loyalty to the Turbo Lab. We look forward to your participation in TPS 2020 in December.

Please continue to check our website, follow us on social media (@TPSymposia), and join our mailing list for more updates on TPS 2020.

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