14:30 - 16:00 LIDARs - the zapping competition
Room: Hall G2
In this highly interactive quick-fire session, participants will scan through 14 LIDAR-related presentations and vote to select the three contributions they would like to hear in full. Presentations will cover a wide range of possible LIDAR applications, both offshore and onshore, such as power-curve validation, resource assessment in complex terrain, turbulence intensity measurements, and more.
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This session will be chaired by:
DTU Wind, Denmark
Senior Scientist, Fraunhofer IWES, Germany
Floating LIDAR systems: current technology status and requirements for improved maturity
COO, Wind Solutions, Denmark
Roaming remote sensing: quantification of seasonal bias
SMART Systems & Innovation Analysis Manager, RES Ltd, United Kingdom
Scanning LIDAR in Offshore Wind
Research Manager, Meteodyn, France
Post conversion of LIDAR data on complex terrains
Offshore Wind Associate, Carbon Trust, United Kingdom
Power curve validation using LIDAR
PhD student, DTU Wind Energy, Denmark
Near flow measurements using nacelle LIDARs: the future of power performance?
Iberdrola Engineering, Spain
Validation of LIDAR measurements in extremely complex terrain
PhD Assistant, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Wind farm scale measurements using a mobile scanning LIDAR
Edward Burin des Roziers
Team Leader Wind Measurement, DEWI, France
A case study of performing a wind resource assessment based on LIDAR measurements
Manager Wind Energy Science & Application, LEOSPHERE, France
Turbulence intensity measurement techniques for pulsed LIDARs – the current status
Researcher, University of Oldenburg, Germany
Orientation correction of wind direction measurements by means of staring LIDAR
Head of Working Group Fluid Flow Measuring Techniques, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Germany
A novel LIDAR system – first results of highly resolved wind vector measurements