Multidisciplinary doc

Multidisciplinary Light Research Seminar
Time: Thursday 5th of February 2015, 09.15-12.00 and lunch
Venue: LU Open Innovation Center, Scheelevägen 15A, Alfa 2, Lund
“Open-up” conference room at Black Pearl
Light related research and the combined potential of ICT and LED is a game
changer enabling dynamic human-centric lighting and societal sustainable
development advantages. To enhance the ability to support the utilization of
these opportunities; SSL-erate and Lund University organize a multi-disciplinary dialogue to facilitate an out-of-the-box interaction between various
knowledge leaders.
This group has one starting point in the ongoing Multidisciplinary Light Research Dialogue that was initiated by the Pufendorf Institute, Lund University
in 2010. This round-table dialogue also invites a number of key knowledge
and development actors from international light organization, regional orga-
nizations and companies. The subject list is only included to describe the
breadth of represented subject areas.
Invited participants:
Name
Organization
Possible subject contribution
Joe Niemela
IYL 2015
UNESCO’s interest in better school lighting
Ingemar Johansson
LUCI
Smart Lighting Systems for Smart Cities
Lennart BM
Svensson
PhotonicSweden
The European Investments in Photonics
Nils Erkamp
TNO, SSL-erate
Deployment of Human-Centric Lighting
Kai Piippo
ÅF Lighting
Lighting Design for Human Enjoyment
Jeton Partini
CGM
Control rooms dynamic lighting for 24/7
Tord Wingren
Telecom business
Smart Sensors, ICT systems and Lighting
Cieplik Wojtek
LED Engin
Dynamic Lighting Product Development
Alexander Weiland
Aaxsus
Dynamic Lighting Product Development
Thomas Lanz
ELEKTROLANZ AB
Installation of smart LED Lighting
Isabel Dominguez
KTH Lighting Lab
The KTH Lighting Design Master projects
Sheila Galt
Chalmers
Building lighting interest among pupils
Monica Almqvist
Vattenhallen
Science Centers for creation of awareness
Anders Strange
EON
Science Centers for creation of awareness
Ann-Marie Pendrill
IYL2015 Sweden
Light is a broad scientific and technical
subject
Dan Hessman
Solid State Physics LED and Nano-threads
Mikkel Brydegaard
Laser Physics
Multi-color Measurement of light distributions
Jessika Luth
Richter
IIIEE
Recycling as driver for systemic renewal
Reine Karlsson
SSL-erate, LU
Open
The lighting sector in the Digital Age
Bengt Järrehult
Innovation
Innovate or Die
Jesper Arfvidsson
Building Research
Building sector, Lighting and control systems
Thomas Lindhqvist
IIIEE
Societal Control measures as drivers for
change
Marie Löwegren
Entrepreneurship
The entrepreneur as a change agent
Håkan Lagerquist
Business Research
Open Innovation for Smart SSL
Klas Sjöberg
Medicine
Medical considerations for light
Dan E Nilsson
Vision Science
Vision and measurement of light distributions
Thorbjörn Laike
CEEBEL
Environmental Psychology for Healthy Homes
Hillevi Hemphälä
Ergonomics
Ergonomic effects of bad and good lighting
Helene Vogelmann
LU Open
Societal Entrepreneurship
Patrik Ryden
LU Open
Innovative development of Smart cities
Peter Kisch
Future by Lund
Lund Municipality Innovation for SSL
Peter K Andersson
Malmö City
Dynamic Lighting for Schools and Elderly
Pia Kinhult
ESS
Dynamic Lighting to make Lund attractive
Björn Lagnevik
Region Skåne
Investment for Regional Development