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CIE Divisions

The technical activities of CIE are carried out under the responsibility of the Divisions each covering one sector of light and lighting. At present there are 6 active Divisions:

 

 


Division 1: Vision and Colour

Terms of Reference : To study visual responses to light and to establish standards of response functions, models and procedures of specification relevant to photometry, colorimetry, colour rendering, visual performance and visual assessment of light and lighting.

Australian Division Member: Wendy Davis,
division1@cie.org.au.

For more information on the CIE's Division 1 activities, please visit the international CIE Division 1 site.

 


Division 2: Physical Measurement of Light and Radiation

Terms of Reference : To study standard procedures for the evaluation of ultraviolet, visible and infrared radiation, global radiation, and optical properties of materials and luminaires, as well as the optical properties and performance of physical detectors and other devices required for their evaluation.

Australian Division Member:  Tony Bergen, division2@cie.org.au.

For more information on the CIE's Division 2 activities, please visit the international CIE Division 2 site.

   


Division 3: Interior Environment and Lighting Design

Terms of Reference: To study and evaluate visual factors which influence the satisfaction of the occupants of a building with their environment, and their interaction with thermal and acoustical aspects, and to provide guidance on relevant design criteria for both natural and man-made lighting; as well as to study design techniques, including relevant calculations, for the interior lighting of buildings; incorporating these findings and those of other CIE Divisions into lighting guides for interiors in general, for particular types of interiors and for specific problems in interior lighting practice.

Australian Division Member: Veronica Garcia Hansen,
division3@cie.org.au.

For more information on the CIE's Division 3 activities, please visit the international CIE Division 3 site.

  


Division 4: Transportation and Exterior Applications

Terms of Reference: To study and prepare guides for the design of exterior lighting and light signalling.

Subdivisions:

a. Fundamentals in outdoor lighting
b. Lighting and signalling for transport
c. Exterior Applications

Australian Division Member: Gillian Isoardi, division4@cie.org.au.

Australian Alternate Division Member: Kevin Monaghan

For more information on the CIE's Division 4 activities, please visit the international CIE Division 4 site.

 


Division 5

Division 5 (Exterior Lighting and Other Applications) was merged with Division 4 at the CIE Midterm Meeting 2017.

 


Division 6: Photobiology and Photochemistry

Terms of Reference: To study and evaluate the effects of optical radiation on biological and photochemical systems (exclusive of vision).

Australian Division Member: Urbain du Plessis, division6@cie.org.au.

For more information on the CIE's Division 6 activities, please visit the international CIE Division 6 site.

 


Division 7

Division 7 (General Aspects of Lighting) was closed down at the CIE Session 1999, its activities were distributed among the other CIE Divisions, the CIE Central Bureau and the Board of Administration.

 


Division 8: Image Technology

Terms of Reference: To study procedures and prepare guides and standards for the optical, visual and metrological aspects of the communication, processing and reproduction of images, using all types of analogue and digital imaging devices, storage media and imaging media.

Australian Division Member: Alp Durmus, 
division8@cie.org.au.

For more information on the CIE's Division 8 activities, please visit the international CIE Division 8 site.

 

 

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