Poster Presentations

The 2018 International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum (IPF) is highlighting cutting edge research and innovative ideas through poster presentations. The posters can be seen every day throughout the IPF in Terrace View. Plan to come to the Poster Session at 4:30 pm on Thursday, April 5th and meet the Poster Presenters, and also join them at the Poster Reception at 5:30–6:30 pm.

  • Sanjay Arwade, University of Massachusetts Amherst
    Wave, platform, and mooring dynamics and multiline anchoring schemes
  • Philipp Beiter, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
    The Value of Offshore Wind to the Future Power System in the U.S. Northeast
  • Philipp Beiter, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
    Assessing Initial U.S. Offshore Wind Project Costs: Can U.S. Projects Leverage the European Cost Reduction Trajectory?
  • David Bigger, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Office of Renewable Energy
    The distribution of seabirds on the Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf or Tools for assessing the impacts of offshore wind
  • Elie Bou-Zeid, Princeton University
    A Hybrid Model for Wind-Energy Forecasting at Short to Mid-Term Horizons
  • Joseph Brodie, Rutgers University
    Utilizing Mesoscale Atmospheric Modeling to Evaluate Forecasting Skill of Wind Ramp Events
  • Brandon Ennis, Sandia National Laboratories
    Floating Offshore Vertical-Axis Wind Turbine Project Summary
  • Andy Geissbuehler, BVGA
    Unique US Metocean Design and Environmental Factors make Suction-Bucket Jackets more Economical than Monopiles in Depths Shallower than European Experience
  • Ross Griffin, Ocean Ecology
    ABACUS – a cloud-based tool for standardising marine biological data recording in support of US offshore wind farm developments
  • George Hagerman, Virginia Coastal Energy Research Consortium
    Accurate Estimates of the US East Coast Project Pipeline are needed to Reduce Offshore Wind Energy Costs and Attract Investment in Domestic Supply Chain Hubs
  • Marcus Hultmark, Princeton University
    Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Aerodynamics at High Reynolds Numbers
  • Yong Su Jung, University of Maryland
    Wind Turbine Simulations Using CPU/GPU Heterogeneous Computing
  • Mark Miller, Princeton University
    Model Wind Turbine Experiments at Full-Scale Flow Conditions
  • Yelena Pichugina, NOAA/CIRES
    Characterization of marine boundary layer wind flow from ship-based lidar measurements and regional forecast models
  • Wolfgang Schlez, Proplanen UK
    Verification and validation of a real-time CFD wake model for offshore wind farms
  • Carl Shapiro, Johns Hopkins University
    Grid frequency support with large-scale offshore wind farms
  • Meredith Sperling, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
    Evaluating Turbine Power Prediction Uncertainty Using Scanning Doppler Wind Lidar
  • Tyler Stehly, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
    The Impact of the Jones Act on Marine Operations for Offshore Wind in the United States
  • Art Trembanis, University of Delaware
    Developing and field testing a survey methodology for detection of Munitions and Explosives of Concern in Wind Energy Areas on the Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf
  • Josh Wadlington, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Office of Renewable Energy Programs
    Current Status of Offshore Renewable Energy Leasing and Planning Activities (BOEM)
  • Daniel Woodman, ODE [Offshore Design Engineering]
    The Articulate Wind Column (AWC); an alternative foundation for water depths between 70m and 200m