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, and recommend portrait orientation.

When: Tuesday 25th June, 11:15 – 13:05
Where: DTU Lyngby Meeting Centre, Building 101, Room S2/S3 & Room S4/S5
Focus: Wind Energy, Combined Energy & Others
Chair: Yelena Pichugina, CU Boulder/NOAA


Wind Energy (Room S2/S3):
Presentations start at 11:16 and are 2 minutes long each

  1. IEA Wind Task 36: The second phase for the Forecasting Task
    Gregor Giebel (DTU Wind Energy, Denmark) 💡
  2. Development of a Wind Extremes Forecast System (WEFS) For Outage Prediction
    Jeffrey M Freedman (Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York, United States)
  3. A two-dimensional power curve from artificial neural networks to forecast wind farm power
    Cristina Archer (University of Delaware, United States)
  4. Forecasting for Wind Energy at Deutscher Wetterdienst
    Helmut Frank (Deutscher Wetterdienst – DWD, Germany)
  5. Research on Wind Speed Correction Based on Various Methods
    Pengcheng Yan (Institute of Arid Meteorology, CMA, China)
  6. Downscaling of global weather forecasts for wind energy purposes – A case study in South Africa
    Örn Dúi Kristjánsson (DTU – Technical University Denmark, Iceland) 🌍
  7. Shortwave and longwave radiation forecast uncertainty of the HRRR and HRRRNEST NWP Models during specific meteorological regimes across four sites in the Columbia River Basin during the Wind Forecasting Improvement Project (WFIP-2)
    Kathleen Lantz (NOAA ESRL GMD, United States) 
  8. IEA Wind Recommended Practices for Selecting Renewable Power Forecasting Solutions Pt 3: Evaluation of Forecasts and Forecast Solutions
    Jethro Browell (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) 💡
  9. Examinations on the accuracy of UAV based surface roughness datasets using LiDAR images in urban environment
    István Lázár (University of Debrecen, Hungary)
  10. Characterisation and predictability of wind power in Mexico
    Daniel Drew (University of Reading, United Kingdom)
  11. Nested Mesoscale Simulations for Wind Assessment over a Complex Site in India forced by Different Reanalysis
    Eric Tromeur (Meteodyn, France)
  12. Climatology of three years of vertical wind profiles measurements, using wind -lidar at a Mediterranean coastal site
    Claudia Roberta Calidonna (National Research Council – CNR, Italy)
  13. On the accuracy of CORDEX RCMs to project future winds over the Iberian Peninsula and surrounding ocean
    Juan Antonio Añel (Universidade de Vigo, Spain)
  14. Leading edge erosion of wind turbine blades: Need for raindrop-size measurements
    Anna-Maria Tilg (DTU Wind Energy, Denmark)
  15. Using climate services to evaluate projected changes in the operation of hydropower reservoirs
    Anthony Lemoine (IRSTEA, France) 🌡
  16. The impact of freezing rain and icing for wind production on relative small countries – Belgium
    Andrei Steau (Centrica, Denmark)
  17. Spatial dispersion of the wind and produced power with respect to wind direction in the Faroe Islands
    Turið Poulsen (University of the Faroe Islands, Faroe Islands)
    Mixed (Room S4/S5):
    Presentations start at 11:52 and are 2 minutes long each
  18. Probabilistic predictions of aggregated wind and solar power at Shagaya farm in Kuwait
    Stefano Alessandrini (National Center For Atmospheric Research – NCAR, United States)
  19. Short-term Probabilistic Forecasting of Electricity Demand at Different Spatial Scales
    Simone Sperati (RSE SpA, Italy)
  20. Very Short-term Wind and Solar Power Forecasting Combining Autoregressive Algorithms and Weather Modeling Data
    Simone Sperati (RSE SpA, Italy)
  21. A multivariate spatial post-processing method for renewable energy forecasts
    Eadaoin Doddy (University College Dublin, Ireland)
  22. Symbolic regression for forecasting
    Markus Abel (4Cast gmbH, Germany)
  23. Understanding the impact of meteorological variability on the European power system
    Hannah C Bloomfield (University of Reading, United Kingdom)
  24. Prediction of the electricity and gas consumption and its relation to meteorological parameters
    Petr Skalak (Czech Globe, Czech Republic)
  25. Assessment of the effects of bias correction on the dynamics of climate projections
    Robert Vautard (CNRS, France) 
  26. Providing the right climate services: examples from Ouranos’ Energy research and development program
    Jacinthe Clavet-Gaumont (Ouranos, Canada) 
  27. A Perfect Model Approach to assess the statistical downscaling skills using CDFt and quantile-mapping methods
    Hiba Omrani (EDF R&D, France)
  28. Experience on climate services and knowledge transfer from the NATURGY Chair at the Universidade de Vigo
    Juan Antonio Añel (Universidade de Vigo, Spain)
  29. Operational seasonal forecasts of climate and energy indicators for the energy sector
    Lucas Grigis (Météo-France, France) 🌡
  30. Constant climate long term simulations for adequacy studies over europe, for current and future climate
    Sophie Martinoni-Lapierre (Météo-France, France)
  31. WRF suitability for inflow forecasting in an Alpine hydropower regulated catchment
    Nicola Di Marco (Free University of Bozen/Bolzano, Italy)
  32. C3S-Energy: new hydropower datasets for European electricity mixes assessments
    Laurent Dubus (WEMC/EDF R&D, France) 🌡
  33. Weather Forecasts for Microgrid Energy Management: A Time Series Approach
    Guillaume Arbod (ENGIE, France)
  34. ECG pylons effective use
    Patrick Fiati (Cape Coast Technical University, Ghana)
  35. Issues and challenges of Low-Carbon City in Malaysia
    Raja Zuraidah Rasi (Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Malaysia)
  36. Towards Low Carbon Cities 2030: Experience From Penggaram City
    Kamalludin Jamal (Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Malaysia)
  37. Green Growth Framework for High Speed Rail in Malaysia
    Mohd Fahmy-Abdullah (Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Malaysia)
  38. Assessing Complementarity of Wind and Solar Resources for Hybrid Projects in Northeastern Brazil
    André R Goncalves (National Institute for Space Research – INPE, Brazil)
  39. Improved Power System Planning Under Climate-based Uncertainty
    David Brayshaw (University of Reading, United Kingdom)
  40. Finding representative years for a Transmission System Operator (TSO) in a climate simulation of 200 years
    Jean Thorey (RTE, France)
  41. What about the occurrence of past extreme cold or heat waves in France in the coming decades?
    Sylvie Parey (EDF R&D, France)
  42. Degree-Days Estimations to evaluate the National Energy Demand in the coming decades
    Riccardo Bonanno (RSE S.p.A. – Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico, Italy)
  43. Fast Fourier Transform Spectral Technique for Short Period Climatic Temperatures Time Series Decomposition in Port Harcourt City, Nigeria
    Kudirat O. Adeyemi (Rivers State University, Porthacourt, Nigeria) 🌍

NB: Poster presentations 44-67 take place during the poster session on Wednesday

Conference Pathway key:
🌍 Africa Pathway
Climate Change: Resilience & Adaptation Pathway
🌡 Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) Pathway
💡 International Energy Agency (IEA) Tasks Pathway


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