Wednesday, Jul 1, 2015

For those who missed out on seeing our great line up of speakers or those who want to view the presentations well we have some good news.

Presentations from the following speakers are now available at: http://sparcevent.org/index.php/speaker-program/
“Colour preference-based LED lighting” - NIST Fellow, Sensor Science Division at the US National Institute of Standards and Technology, Dr Yoshi Ohno.  
“Consumer choice for lighting products and the feasibility of DC circuits for lighting” - Associate Professor of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University and Co-Director at the Center for Climate and Energy Decision-Making (CEDM), Assoc. Professor Inês Azevedo.
“Transitions in Museum Lighting Design” - Senior Lighting Technician at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Simm Steel.
“Early lessons learned from the introduction of SSL to the market” - Manager of Advanced Lighting at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Marc Ledbetter.
 “The potential health issues of solid-state lighting” - Head of the lighting and electromagnetism division at the Center for Building Science and Technology (CSTB) in France, Dr Christophe Martinsons.
“The results of quality testing of residential LED lamps” - Full professor Toulouse 3 University (France), Professor Honoris Causa St Petersburg State University (Russian Federation), Vice President IEEE Industrial Application Society, Professor Georges Zissis.
“Daylight in the built environment” - Principal architect of Di Mase Architects, Antony Di Mase.
“International standards for lighting products” - International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Technical Committee 34, Dr Alan Prest.