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EERA DeepWind’2017 Conference the 18 – 20 January 2017

EERA DeepWind’2017 was the 14th Deep Sea Offshore Wind R&D Conference held in Trondheim, Norway.

The conference was organized by the research parties in NOWITECH in cooperation with the European Energy Research Alliance (EERA) joint programme on wind energy and NORCOWE. The event aimed at presenting the best on-going R&D on deep sea offshore wind farms, both bottom fixed and floating.

Below follows some photos from the conference opening, poster session and closing. In between the opening on Wednesday and the closing session on Friday there was parallel sessions covering:

  • New turbine and generator technology
  • Met-ocean conditions
  • Operations & maintenance
  • Installation and sub-structures
  • Experimental Testing and Validation
  • Grid connection and power system integration
  • Floating wind turbines
  • Wind farm optimization

Opening session

Opoku

 

Opening and welcome by chair 09.40 Welcoming note by Deputy Mayor Hilde Opoku
Opening and welcome by chair 09.40 Welcoming note by Deputy Mayor Hilde Opoku.
Progress in offshore wind research and innovation, John Olav Tande, director NOWITECH
Progress in offshore wind research and innovation, John Olav Tande, director NOWITECH
European wind research cooperation - Peter Hauge Madsen, DTU
European wind research cooperation – Peter Hauge Madsen, DTU

 

NORCOWE – highlights and future challenges, Kristin Guldbrandsen Frøysa, director NORCOWE
NORCOWE – highlights and future challenges, Kristin Guldbrandsen Frøysa, director NORCOWE

 

HyWind Scotland, Bjørn Johansen, Statoil
HyWind Scotland, Bjørn Johansen, Statoil

Poster session

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Closing session

 

 

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ETIP wind Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda, Aidan Cronin, Siemens Wind Power

 

Bringing trust to the Internet of Things – When valuable insights can be gained from data to support critical decisions in industry, issues such as the quality and integrity of the data has to be included in the risk picture, M.R. de Picciotto, S. George, DNV GL
Bringing trust to the Internet of Things – When valuable insights can be gained from data to support critical decisions in industry, issues such as the quality and integrity of the data has to be included in the risk picture, M.R. de Picciotto, S. George, DNV GL

 

A new approach for going offshore, Frank Richert, SkyWind
A new approach for going offshore, Frank Richert, SkyWind

Best poster based on “Scientific Content”
Optimization of data acquisition in wind turbines with data-driven conversion functions for sensor measurements, L. Colone, Maik Reder, Jannis Tautz-Weinert, DTU Denmark. The picture shows poster award winner (L. Colone, middle) together with conference chair John Olav Tande, SINTEF (left) and co-chair prof. Trond Kvamsdal (NTNU).

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Best poster based on “best communication”
New Foundation Models for Integrated Analyses of Offshore Wind Turbines, A.M. Page, NTNU. The picture shows poster award winner (A.M. Page, middle) together with conference chair John Olav Tande, SINTEF (left) and co-chair prof. Trond Kvamsdal (NTNU).

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Full program for the conference

Photos: SINTEF/Zahra Rahimi


 

 

 

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