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SLL Lighting Research & Technology Symposium 2018

In celebration of the 50th volume of Lighting Research & Technology, the Society held a celebratory LR&T Symposium on the inaugural International Day of Light, 16th May 2018 to mark the occasion. Contributors to the volume spoke, along with the LR&T Editor in Chief, Dr Peter Boyce about the papers included in Issue 1 of the 50th volume, as well as looking towards the future. 

The Symposium was introduced by the SLL President at the time, Richard Caple and the keynote speakers included Mike Simpson FREng FCIBSE FSLL and Peter Boyce Ph.D, CEng, MCIBSE, FSLL, FIESNA.



There were three session throughout the day, chaired by: SLL President Elect, Iain Carlile MSLL: SLL Vice President, Ruth Kelly Waskett Ph.D CEng, MCIBSE, FSLL and LR&T Editorial Board chair, Geoff Cook Ph.D, CEng, MCIBSE, FSLL.


Please find the presentations from the speakers below;

The Where and When of Lighting Vision Research, Mark S. Rea Ph.D, FSLL



Daylighting Buildings, John Mardaljevic Ph.D, FSLL, FIBPSA



Luminaires and Light Sources: Evolution and Future Development, Peter Thorns CEng, FCIBSE, FSLL



Plenary Session One - Mark Rea Ph.D FSLL, John Mardaljevic Ph.D FSLL FIBPSA, Peter Thorns CEng FCIBSE FSLL



The Future of Lighting Research, Peter Boyce Ph.D, CEng, MCIBSE, FSLL, FIESNA



Architectural Lighting Design, Kevin Mansfield Ph.D, FSLL



Non-Visual Effects of Light: Using Light to Promote Circadian Entrainment and Elicit Alertness, Mariana Figueiro, Ph.D



The Characteristics of Natural Images Help Predict Discomfort, Arnold Wilkins Ph.D



Lighting Controls: Evolution and Revolution, John Aston FSLL



Road Lighting for Pedestrians: Design Guidance Past, Present and Future, Steve Fotios Ph.D

The SLL Lighting Research & Technology Symposium was supported by: