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Ladies and Gentlemen,

We are pleased to announce that the 10th International Conference on Screw Machines (ICSM2018) will be held at TU Dortmund University in September, 2018.

Since 1984, the Screw Machines Conference has highlighted progress in research and development in the design, development and application of all types of screw machines and the products in which they are used. All who are involved in research, development, manufacture, service, and operation are invited to exchange ideas and opinions at this forum.

Whether you choose to be an author or a guest at ICSM2018, I will be happy to welcome you at TU Dortmund University next fall. To gain an impression, some observations and thoughts on the value of the Screw Machines conference series are available here1).

On behalf of the programme committee,

Andreas Brümmer
Chair of Fluidics
TU Dortmund University

1) Sauls, J.: The Impact of the VDI Screw Machines Conferences. In: 9th International Conference on Screw Machines 2014, VDI-Bericht 2228 (2014), p. 1-14.

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International Conference on Screw Machines 2018

18th-19th September 2018

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Chair of Fluidics
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
TU Dortmund University

Leonhard-Euler-Str. 5
44227 Dortmund

Tel.:    +49 (0)231/755-5721
Fax:    +49 (0)231/755-5722 

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