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From Daylight to Lighting 4.0

Montag/Monday, 06.11.2017, Empa Dübendorf

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A Workshop organized by the Swiss National Lab for Solid State Lighting
SSSL of the Swissphotonics National Thematic Networt NTN in Collaboration with CSEM and Empa.

Abstract
At the beginning of the 21st century, a technological revolution has radically changed the way to illuminate our residential and working environments. The replacement of incandescent bulbs and fluorescent tubes with solid-state lighting (SSL) sources has introduced a new paradigm for highly efficient illumination solutions and energy saving (the LEDification or Light 2.0). In the next decade, with the introduction of sensors and control systems in lighting products, a second important step has been done paving the way to smart lighting (or Lighting 3.0), which is meant to improve the quality of our everyday lighting experience. Nowadays, the lighting domain is undergoing a third new revolutionary phase in a very short period. Within the so-called Lighting 4.0, the intelligence provided to lighting systems is eventually going far beyond the simple concepts developed earlier, both bringing illumination products into the age of Internet of Things (IoT) and developing complex lighting systems combining daylight and SSL solutions for energy and cost saving as well as for improving comfort in automatized intelligent buildings.

Topics
- Daylighting and the combination of daylight with SSL
- Smart lighting
- Lighting & IoT
- Reliability of SSL systems

Target Public
Technical, R & D, companies (from SMEs to LMEs), but also light designers, architects and end-users (large retailers).

NEST
A visit at the Next Evolution in Sustainable Building Technologies NEST building will be organized as part of the Workshop program.

Agenda
10:30 Registration, Coffee. Sponsoring Swissphotonics NTN
11:00 Visit of the NEST (in 4 groups).  Meetingpoint: Empa Akademie
12:00 Lunch. Sponsoring Swissphotonics NTN
13:40 Talks
18:00 Apéro riche. Sponsoring Swissphotonics NTN

Conference language
English

Cost
This Workshop is free of charge, but registration is required.

Registration
Registration is required. The link is on top of the page.
If you would like to register more than one participant, please fill for each an individual form.
Deadline for registration 1. November 2017
There are still free places available.

Where?
Empa Akademie
Überlandstrasse 129, CH-8600 Dübendorf ZH
Addresses for GPS/sat nav:
Eduard-Amstutz-Strasse, 8600 Dübendorf
E. -Amstutz-Strasse, 8600 Dübendorf Zürich
Directions Empa


Organisation and Scientific Committee
- Dr. Rolando Ferrini, Section Head Micro-Nano Optics & Photonics, CSEM 4132 Muttenz BL and Coordinator Swiss National Lab for Solid State Lighting SSSL of Swissphotonics NTN
- Prof. Dr. Patrik Hoffmann, Head of Laboratory Advanced Materials Processing, Empa 3602 Thun BE and Adjunct Professor, Laboratory of Photonic Materials And Characterization LPMAT, Swiss Federal Institute for Science and Technology Lausanne EPFL, 1015 Lausanne VD

With the  Support of

Contact
Christoph S. Harder
President Swissphotonics NTN
+41 79 219 90 51


Beni Muller / Jennifer Pelikan, 7. November 2017
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Program
Dr. Rolando Ferrini; Section Head Micro-Nano Optics and Photonics at CSEM SA 4132 Muttenz BL / Coordinator of the Swissphotonics SSSL Moderation
Introduction to the Workshop Technical Program
Information on Swissphotonics NTN
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Prof. Dr. Jean-Louis Scartezzini; Head Solar Energy and Building Physics Laboratory LESO, EPFL 1015 Lausanne VD Empowering the Built Environment with Human Centric Lighting Icon Scartezzini (5.46 MB) 
Wilfried Pohl; ppa. Mag., Director Research, Member of the Management Board, Bartenbach GmbH, 6071 Aldrans Tyrol, Austria Smart SSL and Daylighting – a harmonization ? Icon Weninger (1.21 MB) 
Dr. Guido Giuliani; Associate professor in Optoelectronics, University of Pavia, 27100 Pavia, Italy Smart lighting with luminous tiles in the H2020 LUMENTILE Project Icon Giuliani (4.65 MB) 
Dr. Engin Türetken; Senior R&D Engineer and Project Manager, CSEM SA 2002 Neuchâtel Low-Cost Intelligent Vision Systems for Smart Lighting Applications Icon Turetken (9.07 MB) 
Alessandro Pasquali; Inventor & Co-Founder Slux Sagl, 6826 Riva San Vitale TI New Horizons of the Visible Light Icon Pasquali (3.38 MB) 
Dr. Benoit Bataillou; Senior Consultant Pi Lighting Sàrl,1950 Sion VS Paradigm changes in Lighting: What 2017 changed Icon Bataillou (2.83 MB) 
Patrik Deuss; Founder, CEO LEDCity AG
Florian Gärtner; Founder, CTO LEDCity AG, 8005 Zürich
From Startup to Light Icon Deuss (1.31 MB) 
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hauser-Ehninger; Departement Information, Institute for Photonics and ICT (IPI), HTW 7000 Chur GR Directional illuminates, comparative measurements Icon Hauser (7.07 MB) 
Dipl.-Phys. Max Wagner; Research Assistant, Laboratory of Lighting Technology, Technische Universität Darmstadt, 64289 Darmstadt, Germany LED degradation - recent data and internationally discussed methods for LED life time calculation Icon Wagner (1.53 MB) 
Dr. Derek Peden; Innovation Manager, Design LED Products Ltd., Livingston, United Kingdom Flexible Large Area LED Modules: Total Customisation & Smart Lighting Potential Icon Peden (28.31 MB) 
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