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ASME Turbo Expo 2013 set for San Antonio, Texas.

Plan now to join 3,000 turbomachinery colleagues from around the world at TURBO EXPO, ASME's premier turbine technical conference and exposition, set for June 3-7, 2013, in San Antonio, Texas, at the San Antonio Convention Center.

Turbo Expo 2013 highlights include.

* A five-day Technical Conference that sets the world standard for turbine technology events

* A three-day, premium exhibition of turbine products and services supported by leading companies in the industry

* A dynamic keynote session featuring prominent industry leaders

* A value-packed registration package that includes proceedings, access to all activities, PDH certificate of completion, and abundant networking opportunities, including receptions and daily lunches

* In-depth career development workshops providing fundamental study and efficient techniques

Leadership

Leading the organization of Turbo Expo 2013 are Executive Conference Chair Bernhard Winkelmann, Conference Chair Dr. Seung Jin Song, Technical Program Chair Dr. Timothy Lieuwen and Review Chair Professor Howard Hodson.

Winkelmann is Manager of Product Strategies and Director of the Gas Compressor Business at SolarTurbines in San Diego, CA. He has more than 20 years of experience in the turbomachinery industry in Germany, Belgium, and the U.S.

Song is a Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Seoul National University in Seoul, Korea. His specialty fields are Aerodynamics and Fluid Structure Interactions in Turbomachinery; Power Plant System Design and Performance Analysis; and Stability of Refrigeration Systems. He was awarded the 2003 ASME Melville Medal and the 2009 Korean Fluid Machinery Association Scholar Award, among many honors.

Lieuwen is a Professor at the School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, in Atlanta, GA. He is a former chair of the IGTI Combustion, Fuels, and Emissions technical committee and currently serves as associate editor of the Proceedings of the Combustion Institute. In addition, he has taught professional development courses and authored a variety of books and technical presentations relating to the field of Combustion.

Hodson is a Professor of Aerothermal Technology and former Director of the Whittle Laboratory at the University of Cambridge in the UK. He has received the ASME Gas Turbine Award and the ASME Melville Medal and is a former chair of the IGTI Turbomachinery technical committee. He is also a Fellow of the ASME, the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Royal Aeronautical Society.

Technical Conference

The ASME Turbo Expo Technical Conference is globally recognized as the most important annual, international event for gas turbine technology. It is highly respected for presenting cutting edge, state of the art gas turbine technology from around the world, including contributions from academia and industry. The program scope has also been expanded to include related topics in solar, fans and blowers, supercritical C[O.sub.2] cycles and wind and steam turbine technology. To offer your work for publication in 2013, please note that abstracts are due by August 27, 2012, with drafts due Oct. 29, 2012.

Exposition

Turbo Expo brings together the top players in the turbomachinery industry. Exhibiting at Turbo Expo will maximize your ROI by placing your company in front of a focused target market, enabling you to generate high-quality leads to achieve your marketing objectives.

Exciting brand-enhancing sponsorship packages are also available! Packages are designed around your particular corporate goals and are an extremely effective way for your company to really stand out from the crowd--before, during and after the Show.

To insure your company's participation in the 2013 exposition, contact IGTI at +1-404-847-0072 x1646 or via e-mail at igtiexpo@asme.org.
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