International Gas Turbine Congress 2023 Kyoto

IGTC2023 Kyoto

November 26 - December 1, 2023 | Kyoto, Japan


[2023.12.06] Thank you to all of those who joined us in Kyoto last week. We welcomed over 500 particpants to the Congress. A note to particpants who have yet to download their registration fee receipt from the online registration system, the system is open until 11 December. Please download receipts before then. Details are provided here.

[2023.11.27] Correction to printed program. The Wed. Nov. 29 10:55-11:20 paper 15.2 in Aerodynamics and Design: Axial Compressors (7) Room F is incorrectly noted in the printed program. The correct paper is as follows:

WeAM15.2 – “Shock Dynamics and Associated Flow Physics at Near Stall Condition in a Transonic Axial Flow Compressor Stage” Kumar, Lakshya (Propulsion Division, National Aerospace Laboratories, Bangalore), Alone, Dilipkumar Bhanudasji (Sr Principal Scientist, Propulsion Division, National Aerospace), Amboor Madathil, Pradeep (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay)

[2023.11.21] Details on downloading your registration fee receipt from the Registration system.
[2023.11.18] Panel Discussion and Plenary Lecture speaker updates.
[2023.11.18] Onsite Registration information posted.
[2023.11.03] Due to unforseen circumstances, the Plenary Lecture from Prof. Harald H.-W. Funke has regrettbly been cancelled.
[2023.09.19] Instructions for Session Chairpersons posted.
[2023.09.19] (Tentative) Program at a Glance and 4-day session details released.
[2023.08.27] Instructions for Speakers posted

Important Dates

Initial Deadline for Exhibit Applications: Jan. 31, 2023
Call For Exhibitors ENJP
[2023.05.11] Application for booth space for the IGTC 2023 Kyoto Exhibition is now closed.
Information on particpating exhibitors will be made available here shortly.

Oral Presentation:
Deadline for submission of extended abstract: Mar. 31, 2023 extended to April 21, 2023
Notification of acceptance: May 31, 2023
The extended abstract review process has been completed.
Acceptance notifications were sent on June 2.

Speaker Registration: July 31, 2023
Registration will open in early July.
To be included in the program, all accepted extended abstracts must have a completed registration by the July 31 deadline.

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)
Plenary and Technical Sessions: Nov. 27-30 (Mon-Thu)
Technical Exhibition: Nov. 27-30 (Mon-Thu)
Banquet: Nov. 29 (Wed)
Optional Facility 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.


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. IGTC2023 Kyoto is organized by the Gas Turbine Society of Japan (GTSJ). It is the 13th international congress in the IGTC series, and the first face-to-face international congress after COVID-19 pandemic. On behalf of GTSJ, I would like to welcome participants from all over the world. The technical sessions cover the state of the arts of gas turbine technologies. The Plenary, Keynote, Panel sessions, and Exhibition will be also planned by the Organizing Committee. At present, decarbonization is the most important technical problem in the gas turbine field. Many efforts have already been underway, including the use of sustainable fuels, coexistence with renewable energy, the electrification of aircraft, etc. IGTC2023 Kyoto will provide a global platform for gas turbine engineers, researchers, and users to exchange new ideas and results as well as to promote personal networking, to resolve the decarbonization problem and also technical issues related to gas turbines. I look forward to seeing you in Kyoto.

Makoto Yamamoto
President of the Gas Turbine Society of Japan
Makoto Yamamoto