The Turbomachinery Laboratory is pleased to partner with organizations that support a similar mission of serving industry through research and professional workforce development activities.
By working together, these partner organizations serve as a conduit to promote awareness of, and participation in, programs that support advancement of practical knowledge for industry professionals.
Each organization has unique strengths that together provide significant opportunities for advancement of knowledge in fields that include rotating equipment and various associated disciplines.
Since GPPS’s foundation in 2016, its primary objective has been to develop high-level relationships between today’s global influencers and power and propulsion industry’s up-and-coming talent. By hosting interactive events, we provide a valuable platform for academics, industry professionals and executives to forge life-long relationships and collaborations.
Global Power and Propulsion Society is an organization fulfilling its mission to create an environment that facilitates in-depth interaction amongst various stakeholders from business, science and technology, and policy sectors, focusing on transforming our societal infrastructure. Exploring key global drivers in business, technology and politics, we are continuously assessing future opportunities and risks. Our events, being reactive to the world’s changes around us, facilitate exchanging ideas by thought leaders while expanding participants’ network.
As a truly global organization, GPPS has equal participation from different regions, such as Europe, North America and Asia. By fostering a balance between various stakeholders, GPPS supports different types of events including our upcoming GPPS Forums23; GPPS Open-access Journal; and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Workshop.
Founded in 1917, the Hydraulic Institute (HI) is the largest association of pump manufacturers in North America. The global authority on pumps and pump systems, HI develops standards and technical resources including application guidebooks, on-line tools and calculators. In addition to collecting statistical data and providing a forum for the industry, HI manages efficiency programs that stem from its advocacy work with the US Department of Energy.
While the HI Energy Rating (ER) label is found on efficient equipment and the Pump System Assessment Professional (PSAP) certification designates individuals; both programs promote the efficient use of pumps and pumping systems. The Institute’s educational subsidiary, Pump Systems Matter (PSM), provides product neutral training on energy efficiency, reliability and effective applications of pump systems through an extensive catalog of live, virtual and on-demand courses and webinars.
At the Vibration Institute, our mission is to disseminate practical information on evaluating the behavior and condition of machinery without commercial interest.
The Institute offers a variety of programs, including education, training, certification, and opportunities for technical knowledge exchange. Our members share information, procedures, and cutting-edge data through formal training, networking, meetings, and publications.