We have a great set of papers. We will have a programme with lots of opportunity for discussion in a series of forums arranged by topic. These forums are for everyone to participate in, not just authors. We want to conclude the conference with a good idea of where knowledge of wind turbine noise stands at the moment and where our efforts need to go next.
The forum will address the WHO noise guidelines for wind turbines in Europe. The principal speaker will be David Michaud from Health Canada whose major research project was too late to be considered by WHO and it will be chaired by Andy McKenzie.. The point of the forums is to give YOU a chance to have your say. You can find more details on the conference topics page.
There's some more information on the "About Lisbon" page about hotels and the St Anthony's festival (the sardine festival) which takes place at the same time as the conference. Suggest you book hotels early as June is a busy time in Lisbon.
There is new information on the website 2019 page including a list of abstracts accepted and some information for authors.
The abstracts deadline is past. If you have something to present that you feel is important, we can consider it if you contact us via the Contact Us page
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