It is expected that an outcome for participants at this tutorial will be clarity on how light can be quantified and assessed for its ability to achieve important biological effects relevant for human health, performance and well-being, without depending on visual images – in this way the sub-title for this tutorial is “Methods and principles to define light for responses beyond vision”.
The focus of the tutorial is the implementation of the new international standard CIE S 026:2018 in lighting metrology, design and applications. Invited experts will present lectures that explain the basic concepts of the newly defined CIE metrics and quantities, discuss their implications, and provide practical examples for various application contexts, such as workplaces, schools, hospitals and elderly (care) homes. Tutorial participants will learn how to quantify optical radiation for its ability to stimulate each of the five retinal photoreceptors (three cones, rods and melanopsin-containing ipRGCs) that can contribute to the non-visual responses to light, and how these responses affect people’s health, functioning and well-being.
- General Information (Venue, hotels, etc.)
- Registration Open (no on-site registration)
- Standard deadline March 7, 2019
- Tutorial Content
- Tutorial Programme
- Tutor Profiles
- Social Events
- Optional and free-of-charge guided tour at the Signify Lighting Application Center (LAC), March 14, 2019, 08:45 AM – 10:00 AM
- Tutorial Dinner, March 14, 2019
- Background Information
For this Tutorial and Workshop the participation numbers are restricted, so early registration is highly recommended.
Registration for the event will open mid-December, with early registrations closing February 7, 2019. The standard registration rates will be available until March 7, 2019 – there will be no on-site registration available.
If you are interested to register for the tutorial and workshop you can send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org, you will then be notified as soon as further details about the programme, speakers, and registration are available
CIE wishes to thank the hosts and local organizers of this tutorial,Ms Geertje Hazenberg and Ms Annette Steinbusch.