BTECH research seminar

The speaker for this seminar is Anna-Katharina von Krauland. Sign up for the seminar no later than 5 October and stay updated on the latest academic trends within BTECH’s research areas.

2020.09.11 | LVS

Date Wed 07 Oct
Time 12:00 14:00
Location Room 3120 | BC 15 | Herning

Sandwiches and water will be served. Sign up no later than Monday, 5 October by accepting the meeting request sent by Janni Ørskov Salomonsen.   

Anna-Katharina von Krauland is a PhD student in the Atmosphere/Energy Program of the Civil and Environmental Engineering department at Stanford University.

Her research focuses on optimizing and expediting the process of wind farm siting. The objective of her project is to quantify the land area remaining for wind farm development in both the United States and India through a map of the social and technical constraints generated by a realistic calculation of onshore and offshore wind potential.

Her research is designed to reduce uncertainty before the siting stage of a new wind project and is projected to reduce the development time of projects. By creating a highly detailed, publicly available digitized atlas that identifies the best locations for wind farm siting, policymakers and wind farm developers will be better able to make informed decisions regarding the numbers, locations, and physical sizes of wind farms needed for wind to supply a substantial portion of the country or state’s all-purpose end-use power demand, thus accelerating the transition to 100% clean, renewable energy.