Poster Session

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This is one of two dedicated and interactive poster sessions during ICEM 2019 which will provide ample opportunities to discuss the many high quality poster abstracts we received. The posters will be displayed for the entire duration of the Conference and authors will have the opportunity to give a short presentation. The best poster will receive a prize during the award ceremony at the end of the Conference.

Note to presenters: the max size for your posters is A0.

When: Wednesday 26th June, 11:15 – 13:05
Where: TBC
Focus: Solar

Confirmed presentations:

NB: Poster presentations 1-60 take place during the poster session on Tuesday

61. The project PerduS: Daily mineral dust forecasts using ICON-ART (Vanessa Bachmann, Deutscher Wetterdienst – DWD, Germany)

63. Impact of sub-grid clouds on solar irradiance predicitions on days of high intermittency (Abhnil Prasad, University of New South Wales, Australia)

64. Probabilistic forecasting of regional solar power, based on a multi-model approach: application to the Italian Bidding Zones (Elena E Collino, RSE S.P.A, Italy)

65. Improve Intraday NWP Solar Forecasts with Time-Series Modelling of Satellite-Based Irradiance (Karel De Brabandere, 3E, Belgium)

66. A short-term solar radiation ensemble forecasting system for the Iberian Peninsula (David Pozo-Vasquez, University of Jaén, Spain)

67. Using Historical Data to Obtaining Clear Sky PV Electricity Production (Stefani Peratikou, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus)

68. Hybrid model for intra-day solar irradiance forecasting in tropical regions (Hadrien Verbois, NUS, Singapore)

69. Impact of aerosols in PV power projections over Europe using RCMs (Claudia Gutiérrez, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)

70. Calibration of solar irradiance forecasts of ECMWF IFS-ensemble for photovoltaic applications (Tobias Zeck, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, Germany)

72. Comparing sky-camera vs satellite solar radiation nowcasts (David Pozo-Vasquez, University of Jaén, Spain)

73. Solar irradiance and PV forecasting for large PV power plants using numerical weather models, satellite data, and ground measurements (Wiebke Herzberg, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, Germany)

74. Dust impact on shortwave solar radiation: case study of dust events in Doha, Qatar (Dunia Bachour, QEERI, HBKU, Qatar Foundation, Qatar)

75. Real-time solar irradiance using satellite data: quality assessment of an operational tool using five satellites (Sylvain Cros, Reuniwatt, France)

76. Impact of atmospheric parameters on the performance of photovoltaic systems – student of spectral effects (Stefanie K. Meilinger, Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University for Applied Sciences, Germany)

77. Mapping and measuring geographical accuracy and uncertainty of UK PV forecasts using central and ensemble members of Numerical Weather Prediction models (Dan Travers, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom)

78. Examinations on effectiveness of photovoltaic systems in different local and micro climatic environments (Gergely Csákberényi-Nagy, Renewable Energy Park Sesearch Center / University of Debrecen, Hungary)

79. Data Quality Assessment using SERI QC (Manajit Sengupta, National Renewable Energy Laboratory – NREL, United States)

80. Gain Contribution and Losses in Solar Radiation Collected by Realistic Solar Tower Plants (Mustapha Moulana, Université de Lille / Hygeos, France)

82. Gap filling of long-term solar radiation measurements in Denmark (Adam R. Jensen, DTU – Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)

83. Validation of GFS day-ahead solar irradiance forecasts in China (Yue Zhang, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

84. Improvements in the estimation of the solar energy resource in tropical regions from satellite data – a statistical approach (Madeleine Sanchez Gacita Casagrande, INPE, Brazil)

90. Impact of atmospheric aerosols on solar power production – Dust outbreak in West Africa (Ina Neher, University of Applied Science Bonn-Rhein-Sieg)


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