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Workshop: Smart Lighting

Freitag/Friday, 30.10.2015, EPFL

Smart Lighting 11:00 - 17:00
A joint Workshop organized by - Swiss National Lab for Solid State Lighting SSSL of Swissphotonics - Institute of Condensed Matter Physics ICMP of EPFL - CSEM - LASSIE-FP7

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Abstract
Lighting is undergoing a revolution, which has been recently triggered by the emergence of versatile and highly efficient solid state light sources. The unique compactness of inorganic white LEDs or the large size OLED panels enable a nearly unlimited variety of designs and applications in residential and commercial buildings. Aside a superior luminous efficacy, compared to the well-established fluorescent lamp technology, solid state lighting devices are especially well-suited for sensor based lighting control systems. In addition they offer an unprecedented color tuning. Smart lighting is therefore more than energy savings, it will improve the quality of our everyday-life environment.

Topics
Digital lighting: - Intelligent buildings - City lighting - Lifi
Current and future technologies: - LEDs/OLEDs - Laser lighting
LED and human concerns: - Risk and circadian cycle - Color quality - Natural light vs LED light

This is the follow-up of the Large-area SSL Workshop held last year in Muttenz

Cost
This Workshop is free of charge including Labtour, Lunch, Break and Apéro.

Registration compulsory
(Link on top of the page.)

Deadline for registration
26. 10. 2015
There are still free places available.

Conference language
English

Venue
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Forum - Rolex Learning Center
Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, EPFL
1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
Map
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Agenda
11h00: Registration in the Rolex Forum, Table Top Exhibition
11h30: Labtour (blue LEDs and lasers: from materials synthesis to device testing)
13h00: Lunch offered by Swissphotonics
14h00: Welcome
14h10: Presentations (4x20 min)
15h30: Networking break offered by Swissphotonics
16h00: Presentations (4x20 min)
17h20: Vérée offered by Swissphotonics

Additional Partners - AMIRES - EPIC
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Beni Muller, 29. 12. 2015
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Program
Prof. Dr. Nicolas Grandjean; Director Institute of Condensed Matter Physics ICMP, EPFL, Lausanne VD Welcome Icon (36 KB) 
Dr. Rolando Ferrini; Section Head Integrated Light Management at CSEM SA, Muttenz BL / Project Coordinator LASSIE-FP7 Moderation Icon Ferrini (1.55 MB) 
Dr. Christian Hochfilzer; Technical Director, Member of the Management Board Regent Lighting AG Basel Beyond Illumination – Views on Smart Lighting Icon Hochfilzer (2.41 MB) 
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hauser-Ehninger, Toni Venzin; Departement Information, Institut für Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien IKT, University of Applied Sciences HTW, Chur GR Lamps and illuminants, a customer’s viewpoint Icon Hauser (2.59 MB) 
Dr. Stephan Junger; Senior Scientist Department Integrated Circuits and Systems, Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, Erlangen, Germany Color sensors for smart lighting applications Icon Junger (1.97 MB) 
Dr. Marco Rossetti; Project Manager, Exalos AG, Schlieren ZH High power blue lasers for white light generation Icon Rossetti (2.18 MB) 
Andreas Richner; CEO Ribag Licht AG, Safenwil AG Fascination OLED Icon Richner (1.77 MB) 
Daniel Föger; Msc, Development Project Manager, Bartenbach GmbH, Aldrans, Tirol, Austria Modern lighting systems which puts human needs in the foreground Icon Foeger (2.29 MB) 
Prof. Marilyne Andersen; Professor of Sustainable Construction Technologies, Head of Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Performance-Integrated Design (LIPID), Dean of ENAC, EPFL, Lausanne VD Perceptual, comfort and health aspects of natural lighting in a space Icon Andersen (4.11 MB) 
Erny Niederberger; El. Ing. HTL, MAS BA, Senior Scientist CC Electronics, Hochschule Luzern HSLU - Technik & Architektur, Horw LU LED Luminaire for Human centric, smart and energy efficient residential lighting Icon Niederberger (2.86 MB) 
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