The purpose of the Science Meets Industry Bergen is knowledge exchange between academia, industry and public sector on offshore wind. The conference is organized by Bergen Offshore Wind Centre (BOW) in collaboration with NORCOWE and GCE Ocean Technology.
Preliminary program 2020
Venue: University Aula
Note: We are following the COVID-19 situation and venue and program is subject to change in response to new developments.
09:00 – 10:00 – Registration, coffee and posters
10:00 – 11:30 - Morning session: Society/politics
- Opening address, TBC
- Offshore Wind in Norway, TBC, OED
- What offshore wind means for value creation and employment in Denmark and Europe, Christina Aabo, Head of R&D, Ørsted
- The Norwegian Offshore Wind Paradox from a legal perspective, Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui, Associate professor, Bergen Offshore Wind Centre (BOW), University of Bergen
11:30 – 12:30 – Lunch and posters
12:30 – 13:30 Afternoon session 1: Updates from academia and the industry
- Impact of wind field formulation on the dynamic response of offshore wind turbines, Astrid Nybø, PhD candidate, Bergen Offshore Wind Centre (BOW), University of Bergen ·
- Verification of NORA3 reanalysis data for offshore wind power purposes, Ida Marie Solbrekke, PhD candidate, Bergen Offshore Wind Centre (BOW), University of Bergen.
- An experimental study on the effects of winglets on the tip of a model wind turbine, Thomas Hansen, Postdoctorial Fellow, Bergen Offshore Wind Centre (BOW), University of Bergen
- Spin off – NORCE Machine prognostics, NORCE
- Industry pitch: 4Subsea ved CEO Peter Jenkins
- Industry pitch, TBC
13:30 – 13:45 - break
13:45 – 15:30 – Afternoon session 2: Hywind Tampen technical challenges and solutions
- Hywind Tampen – status and the way forward, TBC, Equinor
- Delivering and operating floating wind turbines, challenges and solutions, Siemens Gamesa
- Title TBC, DOF/Kværner
- SCADA as a foundation for digitalization and intelligent services, Origo Solutions
You can read about the Science Meets Industry conference 2019 here.