SLL LightBytes Online
Following developments relating to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the decision to cancel the remaining face to face events in the current LightBytes series.
In order to help you maintain your CPD remotely, and to deliver the informative, peer reviewed content the Society has developed the SLL LightBytes Online webinar series instead.
All webinars will be taking place from 11:00 - 12:00 (BST)
05 May 2020 Recording - SLL LightBytes Online: People
12 May 2020 Recording - SLL LightBytes Online: Space
02 June 2020 - SLL LightBytes Online: Time
09 June 2020 - SLL LightBytes Online: Place
Recordings will be available following each session.
The 2019-20 series focuses on light and wellness, with presentations divided into four overarching sessions;
LightBytes Online will consist 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.
Each webinar will be chaired by current SLL President, Jim Shove FSLL and will include a live Q&A with the speakers.
Whilst there is still a very apparent need for further research and conclusive evidence concerning circadian lighting or the application of lighting for wellness, there is no substitute for daylight in relation to the stimulation of the circadian system and support of human health.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org 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 is sponsored by:
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