ICTM Conference 2022
Feb. 16–17, 2022

The ICTM Conference will be held digitally for the very first time in 2022.

6th ICTM Conference

February 16–17, 2022 | digital

Improving sustainability during service as well as during production is a significant driver in aviation as well as in the stationary turbomachinery market to initiate new developments. Evolutionary as well as revolutionary concepts are forced to achieve the pregiven targets of saving resources and avoiding emissions.

Thus, companies need new innovative approaches along the entire lifecycle to meet future challenges in manufacturing and repair.

How to cope with the impact on industry and society of the corona crisis, climate change and a radical digitalization push is one of the keys questions for manufacturers of engines and stationary turbomachinery.

Comprehensive Program

The ICTM Conference focuses on current and future trends and developments for the manufacturing of aero engine and stationary turbomachinery components.

Top-class key note presentations and expert talks from e.g., MTU Aero Engines, Siemens-Energy, DMG Mori, SUMITOMO ELECTRIC Hartmetall, Ariane-Group, GKN Aerospace give insights, discuss future challenges and provide an outlook for the coming years on sustainability, innovative process designs and digitalization solutions along the entire value chain.

In 2022, the sessions of the two-day conference focus on:

  • Keynotes on Future of Aviation and Stationary Turbomachinery Manufacturing
  • Digitization
  • Advanced Machining
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Process Qualification & Certification

Digital Live Presentations

© Fraunhofer ILT

During a digital tour of the facilities at Fraunhofer IPT and ILT, we will provide the opportunity to see some of the newest developments in Aachen.

Target Groups

  • Specialists and managers of turbomachine manufacturers, aeronautics and power generation, machine tool and equipment suppliers
  • Design and manufacturing engineers
  • Stakeholders for laser and machining technologies


Lectures are presented in English.