10 researchers from across Europe and the USA presented their results to over 50 participants in the “Demystifying Complex Terrain” mini-symposium at the 2019 Wind Energy Science Conference in Cork, Ireland on 18th June 2019. The Mini-Symposium was set up and moderated by Dr. Andrew Clifton, Managing Director of WindForS.
More information about WESC 2019 can be found here.
Estimation of turbulence parameters from scanning lidars and in-situ instrumentation in the Perdigão 2017 campaign. Normann Wildmann, DLR
Experiences, Challenges and Opportunities of Lidar-Based Minute-Scale Forecasting in Complex Terrain Ines Würth, U. Stuttgart
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