Task 32 General Meeting 2019
The 2019 General Meeting is organised by IEA Wind Task 32 and the Danish Technical University.
About the meeting
The 2019 General Meeting is focused on technology transfer; we want to bring people with ideas or solutions together with those who have needs, get out of your way, and see what you can do.
And, we'd like to know how the Task can help you. Maybe you want to use the Task to set up a working group to put together some code, or write a recommended practice, or even a white paper to get people thinking? Maybe you have completely different ideas about how to leverage the international community of Task 32. Let us know!
The General Meeting will be a 2-day meeting. We'll have group sessions both days to let you see what's been happening in wind lidar, and working sessions to help you make progress.
Anyone from a member country of Task 32 is welcome to attend.
A detailed agenda will be available at the
- 11 December: 09:30 - 17:00
- 12 December: 09:30 - 16:30.
You should allow at least 1 hour to travel to the DTU Risoe campus from central Copenhagen, or 2 hours to travel from the venue to Copenhagen Airport.
The workshop will take place at the Risoe Campus of the Danish Technical University, near Roskilde.
Please register by 1 December 2019 using the button on the top right of this page!
After you register, please send us one slide by December 7 with your experience and goal for the meeting. The slide will be used for the introduction round and uploaded to our website. An example from a previous event can be found
Late registration is possible in exceptional circumstances. Please contact the workshop leader for details.
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What is IEA Wind Task 32?
Our General Meetings allow the wider wind lidar community to come together to share recent progress and help set our goals for the near future. We use workshops to make progress on specific themes and also find out from each other what still needs to be done. In the six years that the Task has been active, more than 400 people from 15 countries have taken part in about 20 meetings that have led to significant advances in the adoption of wind lidar.
This workshop is being organized by Andy Clifton (Operating Agent), David Schlipf (Operating Agent), and Rozenn Wagner (DTU Wind Energy).
Who Can Attend
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Is This Meeting For Me?
This workshop topic is relevant for anyone who is interested in helping to make progress towards the adoption of wind lidar for wind energy applications, including lidar vendors, researchers, consultants, and wind turbine manufacturers.
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