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CIE Australia Lighting Research Conference 2022

Tuesday 8th February 2022
09:00 to 17:00 AEDT (GMT + 11)

Online only
 

Welcome to the website of CIE Australia's 2022 Lighting Research Conference.  Researchers and members of the lighting community from Australia and overseas presented a variety of talks on topics relating to the core scientific work of the CIE in what was a high quality and informative one-day conference.

Originally the conference was planned to be at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, but was changed to online only due to uncertainty surrounding the omicron COVID-19 variant and rising cases in NSW.

 

Programme

The conference programme / abstract booklet is available for download and the schedule is shown in the table below.

08:50

Zoom meeting opens

09:00

Tony Bergen

Australia

Welcome

 

 

 

Keynote address

09:05

Peter Blattner

Switzerland

Comparison of calculation methods of spectrally derived quantities

 

 

 

Session 1:  Interior lighting and LEDs

Chair: Tony Bergen

09:35

Wenkai Bian

Australia

Initial simulations of gaze-dependent lighting

09:55

Crispin Rock

Australia

Chromaticity preferences for dimming white LED lighting

10:15

Rugved Kore

USA

Curve fitting considerations for nonlinear LED dimming correction

10:35

David Boughey

Australia

Update on progress with Australian LED MEPS

10:55

Break

 

 

 

Session 2:  Visibility and perception

Chair: Maitreyee Roy

11:15

Yuwei Wang

USA

Image quality assessment and big five personality traits

11:35

Mark Schier

Australia

The perception of traffic signal operation

11:55

Mei Ying Boon

Australia

Pilot study of relative conspicuity of cycling vests under four environmental lighting conditions

12:15

Break, attendee screenshot #1

 

 

 

Session 3:  Clinical applications

Chair: Gilian Isoardi

12:55

Stephen Dain

Australia

The specification of colour limits in lenses of eye protection for use when colour-contingent clinical observations are made

13:15

Ruth Genevieve Ong

Australia

Occupant-centered approach to assessing lighting conditions in patient rooms

13:35

Stephen Dain

Australia

Clinical observation – the neglected factor in hospital and clinical examination lighting?: A review

13:55

Break

 

 

 

Session 4:  Sky glow and road lighting

Chair: Steve Jenkins

14:15

Tony Bergen

Australia

On the mesopic performance of roadway lighting sources

14:35

Adrian Cupitt

Australia

Changes in sky brightness throughout the night and seasons

14:55

Gillian Isoardi

Australia

Assessing the sensitivity of sky glow measurements for evaluating the environmental impact of new development

15:15

Break

 

 

 

Session 5.  Photobiology and blue light hazard

Chair: Adrian Cupitt

15:35

Mushfiqul Anwar Siraji

Malaysia

Light exposure behaviour assessment (LEBA): A novel self-reported instrument to capture light exposure-related behaviour

15:55

Hind Saeed Alzahrani

Saudi Arabia

Evaluation of the safety of commercially available blue blocking lenses under different blue light exposures

16:15

Steve Coyne

Australia

Utilising photometric measurements to ascertain potential for blue light hazard risk

16:35

Mushfiqul Anwar Siraji

Malaysia

Influence of daytime short-wavelength dominant electric light exposure on human alertness and higher cognitive functions: A CIE S 026-based pilot study

16:55

Tony Bergen

Australia

Concluding comments, attendee screenshot #2

17:00

Close

18:00

Virtual afterparty

There were no published proceedings.

 

Conference afterparty

As per last year's conference, we couldn't have a conference dinner so we held an online afterparty after the end of the conference to relax with a glass of our favourate beveridge and have a chat.

 

Pricing

Online only conference attendance:

Registration type

 Price

Early-bird registration, CIE Australia member *:

 $120

Normal registration, CIE Australia member *:

 $145

Early-bird registration, non CIE Australia member:

 $220

Normal registration, non CIE Australia member:

 $245

CIE Australia honorary life members

Free

Early-bird registration, student *:

 $50

Normal registration, student:

 $75

* Participants wishing to register using CIE Australia membership must be financial members at the time of registration.  Members of CIE National Committees other than Australia are welcome to register at the CIE Australia member price, but will need to show proof of membership.  Students wishing to register must show either enrolment records or a letter from their supervisor or Head of Department.  Sustaining Organisation members can register up to five people at the CIE Australia member rate and Organisation Members can register up to three people at the CIE Australia member rate.

 

Registration

Registration is closed.

 

Committees

The following people are involved in the Scientific Committee:  Tony Bergen (Chair), Maitreyee Roy, Jennifer Long, Adrian Cupitt

 

More information

Please contact CIE Australia President Tony Bergen on president@cie.org.au for more information. 

 

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