Logo of WESC overlayed on an aerial image of Glasgow.
Logo of WESC overlayed on an aerial image of Glasgow.
Logo of WESC overlayed on an aerial image of Glasgow.

Wind Energy Science Conference 2023

The University of Strathclyde, one of FME NorthWind’s associated partners, is hosting the Wind Energy Science Conference 2023. This is the event’s 4th conference, following Copenhagen, Cork, and Hanover.

When: 23-26 May 2023
Venue: Technology & Innovation Centre at University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

More about the event

NorthWind scientists will be participating. NorthWind’s work package 5 “Sustainable wind development”, in collaboration with EERA JP Wind SP8, is organising a mini-symposium titled “Environmental design and operation of wind turbines” with four presentations.

The accepted oral presentations from NorthWind researchers at WESC include:

  • Approaches for assessing chemical and particulate emissions from offshore wind turbines to the marine environment – Andy Booth, SINTEF
  • Preventing bird collisions with wind turbines by active control of rotor blades – Paula Garcia-Rosa, SINTEF
  • Can electromagnetic fields generated by cables be an environmental risk driver for offshore wind? – Bjørn Henrik Hansen, SINTEF
  • Efficient farm-wide synthetic turbulence modelling – Valentin Chabaud, SINTEF
  • A quasi-steady framework for damage-aware wind farm power tracking – Spyridon Chapaloglou, SINTEF
  • Considering electricity prices in wind farm flow control – Konstanze Kölle, SINTEF
  • Towards open-access reference sites with key conditions for floating wind arrays – Konstanze Kölle, SINTEF

Check the event’s own website by clicking the button below for full programme information and registration details.