LpS 2015 - Call for Papers
Trends & Technologies for Future Lighting Solutions
The building blocks for smart lighting designs
The building blocks for smart lighting designs consist of latest application and technology trends and cost and process optimization in the fields of light sources, optics, smart controls and sensors, thermal management and system integration.
Lighting experts from academia and industry are invited to present their latest trends, analyses and technologies for smart lighting designs supporting future lighting solutions at the 5th LED professional Symposium +Expo in Bregenz from September 22nd to 24th, 2015. The 3-day conference will highlight state-of-the-art innovations in SSL with lectures, hands-on workshops and panel discussions providing a unique opportunity for networking and dialogue with key stakeholders from industry and academia.
Submitted papers must be focussed on solid-state lighting technologies from component to system level in the fields of light sources, optics, smart controls, drivers and sensors, thermal management and system integration. Abstracts must be submitted by 20th February 2015. All abstracts will be reviewed by the Advisory Board and selected submissions will receive an acceptance confirmation by May 15th, 2015. Full papers must be submitted by 30th June 2015.
All abstracts and papers must be submitted using the online 'Submission Form' in the format provided.
The LpS Scientific Award honours the best scientific paper from universities, research organisations or institutes submitted to the conference. For eligibility criteria please see at the end of this article. If you would like your submission to be considered for this award please indicate this in the submission form.
Abstract submission by February 20th, 2015
Acceptance confirmation by May 15th, 2015
Full papers submissions by June 30th, 2015
LpS 2015 - Sept. 22-24, 2015
Eligibility Criteria for LED professional Scientific Award
Submitting author should have a scientific/technical qualification. Submitting author cannot be a member of the LED professional Advisory Panel and/or part of the evaluation committee for the Scientific Award.
Only universities, research institutes and organizations conducting scientific research/substantially oriented towards scientific research will be eligible for the award. Companies or other organizations involved in manufacturing, production or sales, having the profit motive and/or conducting scientific research for commercial purposes, will not be eligible for the award.
The submitted paper must be based on a scientific/technical topic and present hitherto unpublished, original work of the submitting author and acknowledge all others involved in the research. The abstract and full paper must be submitted within the deadlines established by the conference organizers (extensions are only possible with agreement from the LED professional Symposium organisers). Evaluators will not rank submissions from their own organisations/colleagues/co-workers and/or students.
The award will be presented to the submitting author. The financial contribution of the award will be paid to the organization/department nominated by the submitting author.