Become a Speaker at the Symposium “Vibration of Wind Turbines 2021"

We are very pleased to be organizing this forum for experts and users from industry and science for the first time in 2021 – especially since this year's symposium "Vibrations of Wind Turbines" unfortunately had to be cancelled. The members of the program committee will continue to set the main topics of the conference and will select the presentations from the submissions.

We are retaining the brand essence and would like to continue to combine the classic topics of vibration control technology with wind energy and provide answers to current issues such as increasing reliability or the optimization of maintenance – keyword “Predictive Maintenance”. However, we are also expanding the subject area to include the field of “acoustics” in order to cover the complete spectrum of vibrations. Moreover, we are becoming more international, i.e. we would like to open this platform to international colleagues in order to provide an even more interesting framework for the exchange of practical knowledge and scientific findings.

Would you like to share innovative approaches, special project experiences or new fields of application with our guests and us? Then we would be very pleased if you submitted a short description of your contribution by 15 January 2021.

Symposium “Vibration of Wind Turbines 2021"

Date: 30 September and 1 October 2021
Location: Hamburg, Germany
Event language: English
Duration of presentations: about 20 minutes
Deadline for submission of abstracts: 15 January 2021

Your contribution to the symposium will make it possible to make known current findings and innovative solutions so as to increase reliability, the optimization of the operating mode and the application of new monitoring methods, and to promote their application.
Furthermore, we would like to give you the opportunity to present your company, product and/or service innovations or your service portfolio within the framework of a small trade exhibition

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