DTU Wind Energy invites you to the PhD Summer School: Remote Sensing for Wind Energy
12 – 16 June 2017
Venue: DTU Wind Energy, Risø Campus, Roskilde
This 4.5-day summer school will focus on advances in remote sensing techniques useful in wind energy. The themes to be covered are development, instrument configuration, signal processing, data analysis and applications of various remote sensing instruments: SODAR, LIDAR, ceilometers and SAR among others, both ground- and satellite-based instruments. Applied use includes wind resource mapping, wind profiling, power curve, wind loads, turbulence, and wind turbine control. Theoretical aspects of scattering and atmospheric boundary-layer characteristics relevant in remote sensing for wind energy will also be covered. Practical experiments will demonstrate remote sensing methodologies, and advantages and limitations will be discussed.
Charlotte Hasager (chair), Alfredo Peña, Jakob Mann, Torben Mikkelsen. Secretary: Anette Werner.
We plan hands-on exercises. Please bring you laptop.
Credits for the course are 2.5 ECTS. This includes 34 hours of preparation time studying the Compendium of the PhD Summer School: Remote Sensing for Wind Energy available:
Cost for participants:
Free for DTU PhD students (via campusnet registration)
250 euros per PhD. student
2000 euros per non-PhD. student
Deadline for registration: 15 May 2017
The registration fee covers participation in the summer school, course material and listing of recommended reading, lunches and coffee breaks from Tuesday to Friday.
Registration DOES NOT include the hotel booking.
For further details e-mail Charlotte Hasager at email@example.com
- Dr. Senior Scientist Alfredo Peña, DTU Wind Energy, Denmark
- Dr. Senior Scientist Charlotte Bay Hasager, DTU Wind Energy, Denmark
- Dr. David Schlipf, University of Stuttgart, Germany
- Dr. Deputy Head of Department, Henning Skriver, DTU Space, Denmark
- Professor Jakob Mann, DTU Wind Energy, Denmark
- Dr. Jean-Pierre Cariou, Leosphere, France
- Dr. Mike Harris, ZephIR Lidar, United Kingdom
- Professor Torben Mikkelsen, DTU Wind Energy, Denmark