SLL LightBytes Online
The Society of Light and Lighting is pleased to announce a brand new SLL LightBytes Online series for 2021:
You can have it all: Minimum Energy, Minimum Resource, Maximum Comfort
The series will begin on 07 April 2021, with weekly sessions running from 11:00 - 12:30 GMT. Registration for the new series will be available shortly.
The speakers include Steve Shackleton, Fagerhult; Helen Loomes FSLL, Trilux; and Tim Bowes MSLL, Whitecroft. This series will also include guest speakers.
The 2021 SLL LightBytes Online series is supported by:
In order to help you maintain your CPD remotely, all of the presentations will be peer reviewed.
Members of the SLL will be able to register for live webinars and on-demand access to the recordings for free as a benefit of membership.
Watch recordings from all four of the SLL LightBytes Online 2020 webinars:
The 2019-20 series focused on light and wellness, with presentations divided into four overarching sessions;
LightBytes Online consisted of four webinars, each focusing on one of the sessions above, with peer reviewed presentations delivered by the following speakers; Dr Eleonora Brembilla, Research Associate in advanced building daylight modelling; Richard Caple FSLL, Marketing & Applications Director for Thorlux; Roger Sexton FSLL, Vice President Specifier Support for Xicato; and Graeme Shaw MSLL, Technical Applications Manager for Zumtobel.
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com or telephone 0208 772 3685.
Watch CPD presentations from the 2018 - 19 SLL LightBytes series via the CIBSE Youtube channel.
The 2019-20 SLL LightBytes series was supported by Thorlux Lighting, Xicato and Zumtobel Group.
Past topics include:
Design, Specify, Build, Future
Inside Out: Light & Architecture
Light for Life
Quality UP, Energy DOWN
Beyond the Code
One Building a Minute
Low Carbon Challenge
Lighting for the Future
The Drivers of Design
Update on legislation and case studies
New Technology, New Legislation, New Opportunities
The Realities of Lighting