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Technical University Eindhoven, 10-11 November 2020
Organised in conjunction with Experiencing Light

LumeNet 2020

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Name
Place of Study
Topic
Hannah Rolf
Technical University of Berlin and Federal Institute of Occupational Safety and Health
Non-visual effects of different lighting on alertness
Scott Ryan Fox
University of Sheffield
Investigating the Influence of Lighting and Distraction on Drivers’ Hazard Detection
Intisar Husain
University of Sheffield
The conflict between daylight and privacy 
Khalid Hamoodh
University of Sheffield
Using Road lighting to help pedestrians be safe and feel safe. Dose Face visibility Matter?
Maan Balela
University of Sheffield
Aiding the Deterrence of Crime through Lighting and the Promotion of Walking
Kathrine Marie Schledermann
Chromaviso A/S and Aalborg University Copenhagen
The Implementation of Circadian Lighting in Healthcare Facilities and its effects on the Work Environment and Wellbeing of Staff
Cehao Yu
Delft University of Technology
Spatial and temporal changes of light fields: Effects on perception of material and space
Seyede Samine Samiee Kashi
Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University
The impact of window view on hospitalized patients' glare tolerance
Susan Lambert
Bond University
Courting Daylight: Using the Courtyard Paradigm to bring Daylight into Residential Architecture on East Coast Australia
Xhoana Kristo
Ferrara University and Polis University
Investigating the relationship between the qualitative and quantitative aspects of light through the architect's tools
Muhammad Hegazy
Osaka University
Immersion and Interaction in daylighting subjective evaluation
Marina Leontopoulos
Technical University of Berlin
Investigation of Luminance Adaptation and Perceived Luminance in Virtual Reality Scenes with Daylight
Silke Leontopoulos
Technical University of Berlin
Influence of Individual Photometric Parameters on the Simulation of Daylight Scenes on a VR-HMD
Sneha Jain
École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
Influence of ocular and environmental factors on visual discomfort in workplace scenarios
Namrata Dhamankar
TERI School of Advanced Studies
Evaluating the Visual and Non Visual Determinants of Daylight in Teaching-Learning Environments
Samuel Fiedelak
Technical University of Berlin
Dynamic Street Light for Berlin
Helga Iselin Wåseth
University of South-eastern Norway
Design for darkness
Maria Englezou
University of Cyprus
Natural Lighting Performance in Healthcare Facilities and the effects on the Health and Well-being of Patients
Maaike Kompier
Eindhoven University of Technology
Dynamic lighting in offices – effects of comfort, alertness and arousal
Sophia Frick
Eindhoven University of Technology
The role of light and sleep in burnout development
Elise Beckers
University of Liège
Boosting a neuromodulatory system relevant to Alzheimer's disease to enhance memory
Islay Campbell
University of Liège
High resolution imaging of the impact of light on the subcortical brain areas
Aysheh Alshdaifat
University of Sheffield
How lighting conditions affect safety at pedestrian crossings
Steffen Hartmeyer
École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
Light Exposure Patterns in the Built Environment
Richard Jedon
Eindhoven University of Technology
Effects of light spectrum on cognition, attention and perception in mesopic outdoor situations
Megan Danell
École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
Non-visual responses and visual comfort within primarily daylit interior conditions
Myrta Gkaintatzi-Masouti
Eindhoven University of Technology
Implementing the effects of light on humans in the lighting design process
Nima Hafezparast Moadab
University of Sheffield
Lighting for driving and hazard detection
Elifnaz Geçer
Eindhoven University of Technology
Quantifying the spectral and temporal modulation in acute NIF effects of light on attention and cognition during daytime
Vaida Verhoef
Eindhoven University of Technology
Effects of light on attention and sleep in persons with sleep disorders
Fatemeh (Mahsa) Fazlali
University Psychiatric Clinics Basel (UPK Basel) & University of Basel
Dose-response relationships of evening light on human CAP, circadian physiology and sleep
Rafael Lazar
University Psychiatric Clinics Basel (UPK Basel) & University of Basel
Circadian Timing System and Its Moderating Role for Light’s CAP Effects in Teenagers
Ashwathi Prithviraj
University of Manchester
Melanopsin vision in laboratory rodents
Qian Huang
University of Manchester
Melanopsin vision in laboratory rodents
Parisa Mahmouzadeh
Eindhoven University of Technology
Alertness, stress and rest as a function of optimized light distribution
Tamoor Malik
University of Liège
Non-Image-forming impact of light on subcortical structures
Roya Sharifpour
University of Liège
NIF effects of light on the brain in teenagers