Enabling Human Centric Lighting

How do daylight and artificial light influence the human organism?

Which lighting technologies support Human Centric Lighting?

How does visual perception really work?

Who is it for?

These lectures, workshops and panel discussions offers answers starting with the basics of scientific findings and going on to the perception of light. The presentations and full-paper articles are for anyone seeking definitions, basics and solutions in the field of Human Centric Lighting.

Learn from the very Best

HCL Studies

Dr. Octavio L. Perez

Researcher
Mount Sinai Hospital & Lledo Lighting
USA

OBJECTIVES
Understanding the WELL building standard. Backgrounds to the Blue Light Hazard issue. Presentation of real world pilot installations.

HCL Research

Kumpei Kobayashi

Executive Fellow
Toshiba Materials
JAPAN

OBJECTIVES
Latest Research results on HCL.
Influence of the lighting spectra. Chronobiologic verifications.

Eye Health

Dr. Stephen Archer Mason

Optometrist and Managing Director Sustainable Eye Health Py
AUSTRALIA

OBJECTIVES
To educate the audience on the seriousness of the global problem of some serious eye-health issues. To show how LED lighting can be applied to reduce the risk of myopia and macular degeneration. To motivate LED manufacturers and vendors to offer an innovative method to support eye health.

HCL Discussion - Moderator

Jan Denneman

HCL Ambassador
Global Lighting Association
THE NETHERLANDS


OBJECTIVES
In the panel we will discuss why it is important that people get enough quality light every day, also indoors. And we will discuss how we can make it happen that indoor lighting levels is not only focussed at vision but also on creating the positive biological effects of human centric lighting.

HCL Discussion - Panelist

Annette Steinbusch

Manager Standards & Regulations
Chair HCL Working Group @ LightingEurope
Signify
THE NETHERLANDS

HCL Discussion - Panelist

Dieter Lang

Researcher
LEDVANCE
GERMANY

HCL Discussion - Panelist

Dipl. Designer
Till Armbrüster

Head of Product Design
Licht Kunst Licht
GERMANY

Mag. rer. nat. Wilfried Pohl

Studied mathematics and physics, started 1985 at Bartenbach, since 1998 Member of Managing Board and Director Research, dealing with artificial lighting, daylighting and building physics, visual perception and light and health. Leader of various international planning and R&D-projects in these fields. Lecturer at different universities, university teaching position at the Lighting Academy Bartenbach (a branch of the University of Innsbruck), several scientific papers and presentations, participation in international advisory boards.

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