26 Feb We sponsor the LIGHT SYMPOSIUM WISMAR 2020/21
We know how the daylight and artificial light affect the mental and physical health of humans. For the last 10 years we have been actively taking part in world-recognized conferences presenting topics related to the Human Centric Lighting and widely discussing the quality of light, its influence on the biological rhythms of humans, their sleep, mood and functioning.
We are a manufacturer of lighting auditing system to support the lighting verification process by connecting CAD lighting design software with on-site measurements.
That is why we have become a proud sponsor of the LIGHT SYMPOSIUM Wismar 2020/21. The three-day event will aim to bring together the latest insights into the future of daylight and artificial lighting with respect to research, theory, technologies, design and applications. The LSW 2020/21 will be held from Wednesday, March 10th, till Friday, March 12th, 2021. The symposium will take place on the Zoom online platform, to meet the Corona framework conditions.
The title of this year’s LSW 2020/21 event is „The Future of Daylight and Artificial Lighting in Healthy Built Environments”. It acknowledges a world that is changing dramatically with human health and well-being at the forefront of global interest and concern. The impact of illumination and the opportunities it presents are hard to define right now which is why they are the subject of our debate. Also, today and in the future, daylight and architectural lighting design need to acknowledge the need for interdisciplinary collaboration between scientists, medical researchers, the lighting industry, and lighting designers better. Therefore, education and continuing education in the form of such an event is, and will remain, the basis for all developments in the field of lighting design as a discipline and profession.
Fifteen renowned speakers from countries including Germany, Italy, France, Austria, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, Great Britain (UK) and the United States of America (USA), with insights about their field of expertise (architecture, daylight, lighting design, environmental science, biology, astronomy, and medical science) will present their speeches related to research and practice.