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FLOW Consortium Meeting 2024

In an relaxed and inspirational atmosphere , the FLOW Consortium Meeting unfolded over two insightful days at EDF Lab in Chatou, France 🇫🇷. Partners convened to navigate through crucial discussions, unveiling new milestones that promise an exciting year ahead for the project.

Stefan Ivanell from Uppsala University and Mikael Sjöholm from DTU set the stage with a comprehensive overview of the project's progress. The presentations shed light on the latest advancements in the open-access knowledge hub and the current status of FLOW simulations and experiments sites. Additionally, Jakob Mann, the project coordinator, unveiled the advancements of a model for simulating low-frequency anisotropic fluctuations.

The meeting also saw valuable contributions from other partners. Andrea Hahmann from #DTU shared updates on mesoscale simulations and advancements on the Alaiz Benchmark, while Ana Aleixo from INOVA+ presented key communication and dissemination outcomes from the first year and outlined plans for 2024 activities.

In an engaging workshop, partners brainstormed on various topics, including FlowHub, Social Media Strategy, and Flow Key Exploitable Results, fostering collaboration and idea exchange across the consortium.

Parallel sessions delved into cross-discussions on FlowHub and validation data processes, showcasing the collaborative spirit driving the project forward.

The second day kicked off with presentations on Flow tools integration strategy and updates on FLOW API development, setting the stage for further project advancements.

Virtual connections soared as the FLOW consortium joined forces with sibling projects, including Meridional EU, AIRE Project, HiperWind, and AptWind, for enriching presentations and fruitful discussions.

Stay tuned for more updates on the project's exciting developments as we chart a course towards a sustainable wind energy future! 🙌🏻🚀 #FLOWproject

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