Aalborg University, Copenhagen 16-17 August 2018
Organised in conjunction with the 2018 CIE Research Methods Tutorial

LumeNet 2018


Place of Study
Seda Kaçel
Istanbul Technical University Faculty of Architecture
Post-occupancy evaluation in the field of lighting
Aleksandra Liachenko Monteiro
University of Sheffield
Road lighting and reassurance: cognitive, emotional and behavioural responses
Yichong Mao
University of Sheffield
Facial expression and obstacle detection under various lighting conditions
Marta Waczyńska
Gdańsk University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture, Department of Urban Design and Regional Planning
Lighting strategy for museum building – research method for analyzing and evaluating daylight in the architectural design process
Forrest Webler
Kai Broszio
TU Berlin, Chair of Lighting Technology
Spatial dependency of non-image forming effects
Imke Wies van Mil
The Royal academy of fine arts – department of architecture and design (plus: Henning Larsen Architects as an industrial research partner)
Artificial lighting design for primary learning environments
Eman Mayah
Glasgow School of Art
The optimisation of classroom façade design for daylighting under overcast sky
Kiran Maini Gerhardsson
Lund University, Department of Architecture and the Built Environment
Non-image forming effects and aspects of home lighting
Scott Fox
University of Sheffield
Lighting, distraction and driving
Ayesha Batool
University of Nottingham, Department of Architecture and Built Environment
View and glare
Johanna Enger
Lund University, Faculty of Engineering, Environmental Psychology
Visual and emotional experience of light for design, planning and evaluation of light environments
Juliëtte van Duijnhoven
Eindhoven University of Technology
Office luminous exposure in relation to employees’ health and satisfaction
Clotilde Pierson
Université catholique de Louvain (UCL, Belgium) – Architecture et Climat
Culture and other factors influencing discomfort glare perception in daylighting
Christel de Bakker
Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of the Built Environment
Local lighting control in open-plan offices
Thijs Kruisselbrink
Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of the built environment
Measuring lighting quality using the luminance distribution
Arpan Guha
Durham School of Architectural Engineering and Construction, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Development of a Prototype Wireless Occupancy Sensing System to Support Aging In-Place
Stephanie Briers
ETH Zurich, Institute for Science Technology and Policy, Department of Architecture
Public lighting infrastructure in informal settlements - Cape Town, South Africa
Michael Kuhlenengel
University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Architectural Engineering
Investigation of school environmental effects on student achievement looking at lighting, acoustics, thermal comfort, and indoor air quality
Khalid Hamoodh
School of Architecture, University of Sheffield
How can we use lighting to help pedestrians be safe and feel safe?
Samantha Peeters
Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of Human Technology Interaction
Optimizing human centric lighting, towards quantified human models
Shahabedin Zeini Aslani
Edinburgh Napier University, School of Arts and Creative Industries
Lighting design principles for world heritage sites
Xiangzhen Kong
Department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences, Eindhoven University of Technology
Temporal colour perception (Modelling the behaviour of human colour perception for lighting applications)
Jaka Potočnik
Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering of University of Ljubljana
The influence of architectural features on the occurrence of biological darkness in buildings
Kevin Michael Renz
Cardiff Metropolitan University | School of Architecture
The daylighting strategies of Frank Lloyd Wright
Alessandra Luna Navarro
Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge
Façade design: satisfaction with daylight and glare
Sandy Buschmann
Technische Universität Berlin, Chair of Lighting Technology
Development of a new measurement method to determine reflection characteristics of road surfaces


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with the subject “Registration [your name]”.

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