Dr. rer. nat Hermann van Radecke is a scientific employee in wind energy and physics at Flensburg University of Applied Science, Germany.
He earned both degree (in Physics) and Dr. rer. nat degree from Kiel University, Germany. He has been in charge of lectures combined with workplace-practices in Wind Engineering Master Course at Flensburg University of Applied Science since 2008, Wind Energy at Europa-Universität Flensburg since 2009, and Wind Energy at University of West Indies since 2013.
Dr. rer. nat van Radecke has actively contributed to several research and development projects. In 2008-2012 he had contributed to Underwater Noise Offshore Test Site Borkum Alpha Ventus project, which was supported by Federal Ministry for Environment of Federal Government, Germany. In 2008 – 2013 he had contributed to CEwind Project part 3: Measurement of Added Turbulence from Wind Turbines to Predict Stability, which was supported by EFRE Program of Federal State Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. In 2003 while having research internship at German Wind Energy Institute DEWI Wilhelmshaven, he was conducting research project on Turbulence Correction of Power Curves of Wind Turbines. On the same year he was a member and spokesman of the Environmental Group, consisting of Kiel University of Applied Sciences, West Coast University of Applied Sciences, Nordakademie University at Elmshorn , Faculty of Engineering Kiel University, West Coast Research and Technology Center at Busum, and University of Flensburg.