International Gas Turbine Congress 2023 Kyoto

IGTC2023 Kyoto

November 26 - December 1, 2023 | Kyoto, Japan

Important Dates

Oral Presentation:
Deadline for submission of extended abstract: Mar. 31, 2023
Notification of acceptance: May 31, 2023

Full-length Paper for JGPP* (Optional, Applicant only):
Deadline for submission of full-length paper: Jul. 31, 2023
Publication: After the Congress
* JGPP: International Journal of Gas Turbine, Propulsion and Power Systems

Congress Dates:
Welcome Reception: Nov. 26 (Sun)
Technical Sessions: Nov. 27-30 (Mon-Thu)
Banquet: Nov. 29 (Wed)
Technical Tours: Dec. 1 (Fri)

Welcome to Kyoto

The Executive Committee has scheduled the 13th International Gas Turbine Congress (IGTC) in the autumn of 2023. The last IGTC was successfully held in 2019 in Toranomon Hills, located in the central part of Tokyo, with 488 participants and 178 presentations.

Papers related to any aspects of gas turbine, aero-engine, turbomachinery and energy conversion system are invited from all over the world. Plenary Lectures, Keynote Lectures and Panel Discussions will be arranged in addition to the General 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, welcome reception, and banquet will also be planned.

The Executive Committee cordially invites you to join the IGTC2023 for up-to-date information exchange and net-working.

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Message from GTSJ President

It is my great pleasure to announce that the International Gas Turbine Congress 2023 Kyoto (IGTC2023 Kyoto) will be held in November. This is the 13th international congress organized by the Gas Turbine Society of Japan (GTSJ). On behalf of GTSJ, I would like to welcome the participants from all over the world. The Plenary, Keynote and Panel sessions will be also planned by the Executive Committee including the panel topics of future aircraft propulsion technology from manufactures’ point of view and turbine technology development for low carbon society. GTSJ intends to provide a global platform for engineers, researchers and users to exchange ideas and results as well as to promote personal networking, with a focus on gas turbines, propulsion, and energy systems. With increasing demand for CO2 reduction, our global collaboration in the energy sector is one of the most important factors for ensuring environmental sustainability in the future. I look forward to seeing you in Kyoto.

Yasushi Fukuizumi
President of Gas Turbine Society of Japan