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Light Awareness – Measurement and Application

12 May at 12:00 19:00 CEST

School of Engineering – Jönköping University

Gjuterigatan 5
Jönköping, 55111 Sweden
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Top researchers with an interest in light from four different universities in Sweden will give presentations at the School of Engineering – Jönköping University on topics including physics, visual ergonomics, chronobiology, design and architecture.

There will be demonstrations and hands-on measurements on the topic of flicker and glare in relation to their effects on human ergonomics.

The design implications of different light measurements will also be discussed and these will include: solar radiation, spectra and intensity from different light sources.

We’ll also consider how measurement such as colour temperature or alpha-optics interact with environmental factors, building design and human nature.

Who should register?

  • Students in any kind of light education
  • Public sector property managers
  • Design professionals
  • Architects
  • Facility managers

Free to attend

  • Networking lunch
  • Expert presentations
  • Hands-on measurement demonstrations
  • Networking refreshments after event

Programme

12:00 – Registration and lunch
13:00 – Welcome from Johannes Lindén
13:15 – Visual ergonomics, flicker and glare – Hillevi Hemphälä
13:45 – Measuring light and flicker – Johannes Lindén
14:30 – Break/ Fika / Outdoors time / Measurement demonstrations 
15:00 – Biology, lighting design and architecture – demonstrating spectrum and light exposure Katharina Wulff, Ute Besenecker, Myriam Aries
17:00 – End of seminar, networking and refreshments

Presenters

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Myriam Aries

PhD in Lighting Technology

School of Engineering, Jönköping University

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Ute Besenecker

PhD in Architectural Sciences

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, School of Architecture

Hillevi Hemphälä

PhD in Visual Ergonomics

Lunds Tekniska Högskola, Lund University

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Johannes Lindén

PhD in Physics

Division Ergonomics and Aerosol Technology, Lund University

Original image Katharina

Katharina Wulff

PhD in Biology

Departments of Radiation Sciences and Molecular Biology Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine (WCMM), Umeå University

Registration closed on 01 May

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