Niels-Erik Clausen

Niels-Erik Clausen

Associate Professor

Department of Wind Energy

Technical University of Denmark

Frederiksborgvej 399

Building 115, room S40

4000 Roskilde

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News from DTU

The twenty students and three of their lecturers (credits: Erik Vogeley)
06 DEC

Twenty students graduated the DFC offshore course

Twenty students from India, Turkey, China and Indonesia participated in the four-week long DFC offshore course.

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Vindmøller. De har dog intet med Vennerlund at gøre
08 APR

Renewable energy is to reduce the CO-2 emission in agriculture

Vennerslund Energy- and Nature Park has entered into a research collaboration with DTU link. The aim of the collaboration is to map out how the energy coming from wind turbines and solar cells can be used in order to change the agriculture at Vennerslund from diesel driven machines to an electrical driven agriculture.

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Picture from a lecture in Taiwan
21 DEC

DTU visited five Universities in Taiwan

Associate Professor and a researcher from DTU Wind Energy visited five universities in Taiwan in October to discuss the future of offshore wind energy research and education in Taiwan.

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Picture of the group behind the collaboration
13 SEP

DTU Wind Energy in close collaboration with National Taiwan University

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), National Taiwan University (NTU) and DTU Wind Energy have joined forces in working on a local offshore wind education in Taiwan.

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Photo: Colourbox
10 JAN

Many new students at DTU Wind Energy in 2017

In 2017, DTU Wind Energy had the pleasure of welcoming many new students.

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13 NOV

Wind turbines and ice – status of IEA Task 19 on November 26

For the last three years Denmark has taken part in  the work of IEA Task 19 Wind turbines in cold climate. A market study has been done and a report on available technologies is in progress.   

Photo: Kent Larsson/ABVEE
17 JAN

Problematic ice on wings

The prognostic tool, IceBlade, can predict ice formation on wind turbine wings, benefiting operators and wind turbine owners in cold regions.

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