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Morten Nielsen's has worked with boundary-layer meteorology, atmospheric dispersion, data acuisition from field experiments, satellite SAR image processing and stochastic simulation. He now works on wind-power meteorology and is a member of the WAsP team. This involves software development, user support, courses for wind-energy professionals, and university teaching.

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Research areas

  • MN is interested in atmospheric turbulence, boundary-layer meteorology, dense gas dispersion, concentration fluctuations, wind resource estimation and wind energy site assessment.
  • MN has experience with micro-meteorological field experiments, meteorological instruments, data acquisition, site inspection and due diligence of wind energy projects, time series analysis, statistics, satellite SAR wind data, numerical methods, databases, dispersion models, turbulence simulation, stochastic models and teaching.
  • MN is a Delphi and Mathematica programmer.
  • MN is part of the WAsP team. This involves technical support, documentation, courses and software development.
  • MN teaches at the DTU Wind Energy MSc programme.

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 13 - Climate Action

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  • User defined:
  • boundary-layer meteorology
  • wind resource estimation
  • WAT
  • Fuga
  • WAsP
  • atmospheric turbulence
  • concentration fluctuations
  • stochastic simulation
  • WAsP Engineering
  • dense gas dispersion


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