Focusing on Energy, Standards and Quality
The Society of Light & Lighting (SLL) and the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, Ireland Region (CIBSE) will present an international conference on lighting in the Spring of 2013. A panel of world-renowned lighting experts — from the UK, Ireland and further afield — is currently being assembled. They will cover everything from legislation through to codes of practice, quality, new product developments and LED technology. The common thread throughout will be energy usage and energy efficiency in relation to lighting.
Dr Peter Boyce
Dr Peter Boyce has spent most of his career working in the field of lighting. From1966-1990 he was a Research Officer at the Electricity Council Research Centre. There, he conducted research on visual fatigue, the influence of age on visual performance, visual problems associated with viewing computer screens, hue discrimination, safe lighting for emergency conditions, and security lighting. From 1990–2004 he was Head of Human Factors at the Lighting Research Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York. There, he conducted research on visual performance, visual comfort, circadian effects, emergency lighting, perceptions of safety, and lighting for driving and directed lighting evaluations and product testing. He has been actively involved in the preparation of many lighting guidance documents including the SLL Lighting Handbook and is a recognized authority on the interaction of people and lighting.
Iain Macrae is president of the SLL and heads the global applications and standards team in Thorn Lighting. Ian joined the lighting industry by chance as a Mechanical Engineer, designing luminaires and researching breathable exterior luminaries before moving into production management and then finding the world of lighting application design. Since then he has worked on lighting schemes in all applications indoor and outdoor. Iain is a renowned speaker at SLL Masterclasses and other events in a wide range of lighting topics
Peter Raynham is a Senior lecturer in the Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, University College London and the principal Author of the SLL Code for Lighting. He has been involved in lighting for over 35 years, during that time he has worked at lighting equipment makers as well as his current post at UCL. Peter is currently running two research projects looking a various aspects of road lighting as well teaching lighting to master’s degree students. Peter is active in a number of bodies and is immediate past president of the SLL, and a director of the IALD. He has worked on lighting standards for a number of years and currently chairs the BSI committee on Light and Lighting and is convener of the CEN (European Standards) working group on daylight as well as being principal UK expert on number of other European standards working groups.
Mike Simpson is Technical and Design Director with Philips Lighting UK. He is a former President of SLL, ILP and CIBSE. He has been in the lighting profession for 35 years in a variety of technical and design roles. He has been instrumental in developing lighting guides and codes and presented many papers on lighting technology and its application. He teaches on lighting programmes at UCL and Rose Bruford, and is supporting the development of the UK’s first undergraduate course in lighting at Brunel.
|8:00am - 8:45am||Registration|
|9:00am||Introduction||Professor Brian Norton, Honorary Fellow of CIBSE and President of the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)|
Mr Derek Mowlds, CIBSE Chairman and PM Group
Introduction to the schedule for the day by Dr Kevin Kelly DIT, Conference coordinator and SLL President elect
|9:15am||Session 1||Standards and Energy|
Chaired by: Mr Iain Macrae, President SLL
|9:15am||Keynote speaker: Mr Peter Raynham, The Bartlett, University College London, Immediate Past President SLL, author of the SLL Code|
|9:40am||James Duff, ARUP and DIT Ireland|
|10:00am||Dr John Mardaljevic, Loughborough University|
|10:20am||Questions and Answers|
|11:15am||Session 2||Energy with an International View |
Chaired by: Mr Sean Dowd, Vice Chair, CIBSE Ireland
|11:15am||Keynote speaker: Mr Iain Macrae, SLL President and Thorn Lighting|
|11:40am||Yoshizawa, Mochizuki and Iwata from Japan|
|12:00pm||Munoz, Moreno, Esquivias, Acosta and Navarro, University of Seville|
|12:20pm||Questions and Answers|
|2:00pm||Session 3||Quality and Energy|
Chaired by: Dr David Carter, former President SLL and Liverpool University
|2:00pm||Keynote speaker: Dr Peter Boyce, Fellow of SLL|
|2:25pm||Ulas & Roos, Steensen Varming, Denmark/Australia/Hong Kong|
|2:40pm||Whittaker, Gore and Mucklejohn, Ceravision UK|
|2:55pm||Questions and Answers|
|3:30pm||Session 4||Innovations In Energy|
Chaired by: Mr Derek Mowlds, CIBSE Chairman and PM Group
|3:30pm||Mr John Gorse and Mr Mike Simpson, Philips Lighting|
|3:50pm||Kelly, Painter, Mardaljevic and Irvine, De Montfort University, UK|
|4:10pm||Questions and Answers|
|4:30pm||Sum up and survey – Kevin Kelly|
|4:35pm||Closing by Mr Iain Macrae, SLL President and Thorn Lighting|
Also a printable version if required: SLL/CIBSE International Lighting Conference Dublin - Final Programme
There is a special corporate deal for companies wishing to be formally associated with and support the conference. There is no major sponsor and all companies are treated equally. The corporate package is €500 (£400 to UK companies and $600 to American companies). This covers 2 company delegate places at the conference and inclusion of company logos on a rolling PowerPoint on TV screens in common areas; in addition, company names are prominently displayed on strategically placed poster boards within the conference area proper, and throughout the common break-out areas. The PowerPoint also operates as a backdrop to the main conference during intermissions and other breaks. All companies supporting the conference in this way and paying in advance will also have their logos displayed on much of the advertising literature circulated with the conference pamphlet once it is finalised in December.
The conference is being held in the Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin.
- Croke Park Conference Centre
- Jones Road
- Dublin 3, Ireland
The conference centre is centrally located and can be reached by a number of methods of public transport. A handy guide can be found here. Free WIFI is available for all delegates. The Map below shows you the location of the conference centre. Click on the map below, where you can use Google Maps to plan your journey from anywhere.
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