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SLL Young Lighter of the Year

SLL Young Lighter of the Year

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Entry is now closed for the 2016 SLL Young Lighter of the Year Competition. The Competition, now in its 22nd year, provides a high profile opportunity to help promote younger members of the lighting profession.

Each year, entry are open to anyone with an interest in light and lighting, and the Society is encouraging all to participate.

The competition provides a unique platform for young lighters and are open for all to enter. The written paper and the presentation allow the young lighters to illustrate their knowledge and research on a lighting subject, hone their presentation skills, and raise their profile within the industry.

Once shortlisted, each finalist will give their 15 minute presentation to a full audience at LuxLive on 24 November 2016. All of the finalists receive a cash prize, along with a year's free membership of the Society.

By entering, you have an opportunity to join previous winners including Seda Kacel, Christopher Knowlton, Sabine De Schutter, Rachael Nicholls, Janna Aronson and the current Young Lighter of the Year, Youmna Abdallah with the prestigious title of Young Lighter of the Year. 

Youmna Abdallah named Young Lighter of the Year 2015!

Read Youmna's final paper here!

The Young Lighter impressed the judges with her presentation and paper, Light Poverty in Precarious Environments within Developing Countries during the LuxLive exhibition, London ExCel Centre, on Thursday 19 November 2015.


SLL Young Lighter of the Year, Youmna Abdallah with SLL President, Liz Peck and LET Chair, Bob Venning

Other finalists included Inessa Demidova (GIA Equation) who won the Best Presentation Award for Practical Implementation of Circadian Lighting in Office Environments, Christina Hébert (Nulty+) with her paper, A Symbol of Urban Identity and Zeynep Keskin with her paper, Daylight and Seating Preference in Open-Plan Spaces. Youmna also won the Best Written Paper. These categories were judged by the Lighting Education Trust (LET), who also provided the cash prizes.

 

Take a look at the finalists video blogs below!


Christina Hébert - A Symbol of Urban Identity




Inessa Demidova - Practical Implementation of Circadian Lighting in Office Environments





Youmna Abdallah - Light Poverty in Precarious Environments within Developing Countries




Zeynip Keskin - Daylight and Seating Preference in Open-plan Spaces