The European Turbomachinery Society (Euroturbo) is a not for profit international scientific organization, whose main objective is to provide and facilitate the European and worldwide dissemination and harmonization of information, knowledge and technology in the field of turbomachinery and turbomachinery-based power systems.
Its intention is to offer its skills and expertise to all European National Agencies involved in the preparation and development of projects in the field, while supporting the related education and training programs.
Among other events, Euroturbo manages the European Turbomachinery Conferences (ETC). The success of this series of conferences lays in the quality of its single blind review process, which is managed by a member of the Executive Board of Euroturbo (the Review Chair). The Review Chair, together with his team of Review Organizers, ensures the scientific quality of the manuscripts submitted for review to all scientific events.
Euroturbo was formally constituted in Italy, on the 22 February 2012, as a not for profit international scientific organization by five founding members:
- Francesco Martelli, Università di Firenze, Italy
- Claus H. Sieverding, von Kàrmàn Institute, Belgium
- Gerard Bois, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers, France
- Marcello Manna, Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy
- Olivier Leonard, Université de Liège, Belgium