Programme development timeline

10 December 2020 – 28 February 2021: Call for abstracts.
March 2021: Abstracts review.
April 2021: Authors to be notified of selection.
April-May 2021: Programme published.

Call for abstracts

The deadline to submit your abstracts is Thursday 28 February.

The outcome of the call for abstracts will be communicated by the end of April 2021. This edition of the workshops will bring together the experts of Analysis of Operating Wind Farms, Forecasting and Resource Assessment. Some sessions will also address topics on artificial intelligence and digitalisation strategies.
General requirements – for all topics

Innovative content: abstracts should contain new work, not yet published.
No commercial content please: overtly commercial abstracts will be rejected.
Contribution to industry knowledge: abstracts should strive to present data or results that can contribute to bringing the industry forward.
The correct topic should be selected to ensure correct scoring. The content of the abstract must be topic related. It is the responsibility of the submitter to ensure that abstracts are submitted under the correct topic. The programme committee is aware that some of the topics might overlap with one and another, it will be taken into account when reviewing and during the build-up of the programme. In the meantime, please select the category that would be closer to your abstract.
500 words maximum per abstract

Submit your abstract


Resource Assessment

Topic 1: Uncertainty in data analysis and processing
Topic 2: Measurements
Topic 3: Improving simulations and modelling with regards to levels of uncertainty
Topic 4: Effects of wind farms and turbines on flow and meteorology (Wakes & blockage)
Topic 5: Advancement in Wind Atlas, datasets and tools
Topic 6: Impacts of Climate Change on Resource and extremes
Topic 8: Advances in modelling across scales
Topic 9: Specific consideration for resource assessment for Floating Wind

Analysis of Operating Wind Farms

Topic 1: Control strategies
Topic 2: Noise and other curtailment strategies
Topic 3: Birds & Bats collision deterrent systems
Topic 4: Innovative Control Strategies
Topic 5: Predictive maintenance of operating assets
Topic 6: Lifecycle assessment using SCADA data

All about Artificial Intelligence and Data, transversal topics

Topic 1: Artificial intelligence, business models and forecasting
Topic 2: Wind projects business model decisions (including permitting issues)
Topic 3: Wind power forecasting and optimised use of forecasts in applications