10-11 July 2019
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
Free to attend. Sign up now.
Short courses held in conjunction with Summit 9 July 2019 ($450 USD)
WHAT IS THE ATP INDUSTRY SUMMIT? The ATP Industry Summit is a FREE, two-day information-sharing, training and networking event for practitioners in rotating equipment and related fields.
The ATP Industry Summit is a new program intended to support and enhance the biennial Asia Turbomachinery & Pump Symposium (ATPS), 7-9 April 2020. While the ATP Industry Summit will not include an exhibition, continuing education and networking opportunities abound. The summit will include addresses from industry leaders including Petronas and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. These lectures will examine industry trends along with products and processes that focus on current and future industry needs and will include time for questions from the audience. The Malaysia Investment Development Authority address will identify goals and objectives for Malaysia specifically as they relate to oil and gas, petrochemical, aerospace, power, and water/wastewater applications.
HOW DO I SIGN UP? Access to the ATP Industry Summit will be granted upon completion of a short form. Register online now and skip the line when you arrive at the KLCC.
Single-subject intensive short courses will be held in conjunction with the Industry Summit 9 July. The short course registration fee is $450 USD. Space is limited – register now.
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“ATPS is a unique program, both the symposium and summit, in that we are industry focused and guided by an elite group of industry practitioners. The opportunity to come to this Industry Summit, at no cost, is a way to gain valuable information in a short time frame.”
Dag O. Calafell, ATP Industry Summit and ATPS Chair
“ATPS has attracted a great number of turbomachinery users. Both experts and people new to the field find new insights and solutions. The ATPS and ATP Industry Summit programs are unique in technical depth, providing great value for practicing rotating equipment engineers. It’s an opportunity to exchange ideas.”
Rainer Kurz, Systems and Field Testing Manager at Solar Turbines & ATPS Advisor
“As the director of a world-class research laboratory doing both fundamental and industry-relevant research, it is easy to see the value of the professional development and continuing education programs we do, and we get consistent feedback from global industry leaders on the importance of our symposia. The annual Turbomachinery and Pump Symposia held in Houston is our keystone, and we are pleased to bring this same approach into the Asia region, particularly to Malaysia, a vibrant country with vast growth opportunities.”
Dr. Eric L. Petersen, Turbo Lab Director