- Prof. Simon Watson
- Prof. Jan-Willem van Wingerden
- Prof. Carlos Simao Ferreira
- Dr. Axelle Viré
- Dr. Donatella Zappalá
- Dr. Delphine de Tavernier
- Sarah Nietiedt MSc
- Sylvia Willems
- MBA Lily Li MSc
EAWE is an international community that promotes and supports the development of wind energy science to exploit wind energy to its full potential for the benefit of the world. EAWE’s mission is to;
- Connect expertise in wind energy science and education
- Provide a forum for wind energy knowledge exchange
- Promote education, awareness, career development and interest in wind energy
- Be a credible, legitimate and independent scientific voice of European wind energy research
EAWE is a non-profit organization registered in Oldenburg, Germany, and is governed by Europe’s leading universities and research institutes on wind energy. All universities or research institutes that are active in wind energy research or education, and wish to support EAWE in its mission, are welcome to become a member.
Every even year the TORQUE conference and every odd year the Wind Energy Science (WESC) conference is organised by one of the members under EAWE flag.
TU Delft Wind Energy Institute
The TU Delft Wind Energy Institute will host the 2022 edition of the TORQUE Conference. The TU Delft Wind Energy Institute (DUWIND) is the wind energy network of Delft University of Technology both for research and education. Its research program covers almost all aspects of modern wind turbine technology. Under the umbrella of the TU Delft Wind Energy Institute 6 faculties combine their forces and cooperate with a multi-disciplinary approach.
TU Delft is the largest and oldest public technological university in the Netherlands and ranks among the top universities for engineering and technology worldwide. The university was established on 8 January 1842 by King William II of the Netherlands as a Royal Academy for civil servants for the Dutch East Indies. Before it gained full university rights and changed its name into Delft University of Technology in 1986, it first became a Polytechnic School in 1864 and an Institute of Technology in 1905. Today, TU Delft has eight faculties and numerous research institutes hosting more than 21,000 students and 2,600 doctoral students in total.
Torque 2022Registration website for Torque 2022
Organizing Committee Torque firstname.lastname@example.org
Organizing Committee Torque email@example.com://www.torque2022.eu
Torque 2022Torque 20220.00EUROnlineOnly2019-01-01T00:00:00Z
Aula Conference CentreAula Conference CentreMekelweg 5 2628 CC Delft Netherlands