- Boundary-layer meteorology
- Remote sensing of wind and other quantities relevant for wind energy
- Experimental meteorology
- Applied photonics
Our ambition is to make the wind visible through advanced remote sensing technology. By investigating atmospheric flow phenomena related to wind resources, wind turbine site conditions, and atmospheric conditions in general, we can develop better design and siting of wind farms, increase power production and reduce loads.
Focused on the lowest part of the atmosphere, we develop and use scanning wind lidars to validate meteorological theories and models relevant for wind energy. We also sense offshore winds by satellite in order to understand flow around wind farms. We characterize turbulence and precipitation which create adverse conditions for wind turbines.
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Jakob Mann Professor og sektionsleder Phone: +45 46775019 Mobile: +45 21362962 firstname.lastname@example.org