In June 2017, the one-week long “PhD Summer School: Remote Sensing for Wind Energy” was conducted for the 10th year by DTU Wind Energy.

The 11 PhD students and 3 industry participants learnt about remote sensing for wind energy with strong focus on wind lidar. Lidar is a very useful technology for several aspects in wind energy.
Participants from four continents Europe, Asia, North and South America took part in exercises every day and learnt through lectures about lidar, radar and sodar.

DTU plans to continue with the PhD Summer School in 2018. More details and how to register can be found here.

 

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