The Light Collaboration Network (LCN) organised a two-day conference at place at the Department of Design Sciences at Lund University. The goal of the event was to bring together academics researching light and lighting from different disciplines as well as professionals working within industry, design and standards setting. The conference programme was designed to educate, consolidate existing links and to foster new collaboration opportunities.
Over the two days 23 research topics were presented and there was time was given over to discussion on various topics provoked by the presentations. Our presenters were from mainly from Swedish and Danish institutions and we were delighted also to welcome Karin Smolders from Eindhoven University of Technology.
Karin introduced to her work on LIGHTCAP, a research project being carried out at institutions across Europe with funding from the EU under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions framework. LIGHTCAP is studying the complex relationships between light, perception, attention and cognition.
Presentation summaries are being regularly uploaded to the event’s review page where you will find more information about the topics covered: