Our social program for 2025 is finalized, and we are thrilled to announce that we will be taking you to Hallstatt, one of the most picturesque and enchanting lake side villages in the world. Find out more here.

We celebrate our 10th anniversary. The exceptional combination of scientific discussion and social exchange is what makes this event so unique for the torsional vibration community worldwide. Don’t miss out on this experience in 2025.

Quite a few of our exhibition booths are already reserved. Be fast and do not miss the chance to be part of this unique event. Take a look at the exhibition floor plan here and fill out the registration form.

Abstracts for TVS 2025 can be submitted from now until October 4th, 2024. Please send your 200-words abstract to info@torsional-vibration-symposium.com for consideration.

We are honoured to officially announce our keynote speaker for TVS 2025: Prof. Dr. Robert Schlögl.

Registration for exhibition stands is now open! Don’t miss the chance to take part in this unique event.

The TVS 2022 was very successful. More than 200 torsional vibration specialists from 25 countries were happy to meet again in Salzburg. Save the date for the fourth TVS, which will be held May 14-16, 2025!

We are happy to announce that most travel restrictions have been lifted! Follow this link to see the official SARS-CoV-2 regulations in Austria: https://www.oesterreich.gv.at/en/themen/coronavirus_in_oesterreich/pre-travel-clearance.html

We kindly inform you that the registration for the TVS 2022 will open in the first week of January. We look forward to a large number of participants!

The scientific program of the TVS 2022 is now available: https://torsional-vibration-symposium.com/program/ Participants of the Torsional Vibration Symposium in Salzburg can expect an excellent selection of high-class scientific content, ranging from Engine Development, System Reliability, Powertrain Components, Compressors, Power System Simulation, Measurement, Monitoring and Validation, Drilling and Fracturing, to Hybrid and Electric Drives, Rules and Regulations, Marine Propulsion, and research on Digital Twins.