ATPS Postponed To February 2021

By DJ Slater06 April 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has caused the Turbomachinery Laboratory at Texas A&M to postpone the Asia Turbomachinery & Pump Symposium (ATPS) again. 

The new dates for the event are February 23-25, 2021 at the Kuala Lumpar Convention Center in Malaysia. The short courses will occur on February 22 with the technical sessions and exhibition following over the next three days.

“The health and safety of our delegates and exhibitors always comes first,” said Eric Petersen, director of the Turbo Lab. “We determined that a further postponement until 2021 was the best course of action and we fully expect that ATPS 2021 will be a milestone event.”

Initially, the Turbo Lab moved the event from April 7-9 to August 4-6 as the coronavirus began to spread worldwide.

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