Wake Conference

Next conference will be organized     June 15-17, 2021

The bi-annual Wake Conference has gathered researcher within the field of wake and farm flow since more than 10 years.
We aim to have an in-person conference in June 2021 but we will of course follow the development of COVID-19 and keep you informed in case of any updates. 
Important dates and information:
  • Abstract submission DEADLINE: November 22
  • Notification of abstract acceptance: December 1 
  • Submission 1 of full paper DEADLINE: February 28
  • Notification of paper review 1: March 28
  • Submission 2 of full paper DEADLINE: April 25 
  • Notification of final paper of paper acceptance: May 3
  • Early bird registration DEADLINE: April 9
Proceeding will be published in the Journal of Physics Conference Series.


 

Wake Conference

The Wake Conference has gathered researcher within the field of wake and farm flow since more than ten years.


Proceedings

Proceeding from earlier events are available at Journal of Physics. See link below 


Conference Focus

  • Stability and Turbulence

  • Wake Simulations

  • Wind Farms

  • Wake Interaction

  • Measurements of Wakes

  • Vortex Modeling

  • Farm wakes


Next Event

Next event will be organized June 15-17, 2021.

The conference is organized in collaboration with European Academy of Wind Energy. 

The conference will include a session linked to the WakeBench project.


Organizers

Professor Stefan Ivanell, Uppsala Universityand Professor Jens Sörensen, DTU have jointly been organizing the wake conference since its origin.

info@wakeconference.se

 Stefan mobil: +46 736 000 620 


Conference venue

The conference will be held at Uppsala University Campus Gotland, which is located on the island of Gotland in the World Heritage city of Visby.

A unique and stimulating learning environment is awaiting you in the heart of the Baltic Sea region.

To learn more about Uppsala University Campus Gotland click here.

More information and recommendation on Lodging and Travel can be found here.