Poster presentations
  1. Ámundadóttir, M. L., Andersen, M., & Lockley, S. W. Nonvisual light-response model: A preliminary approach to integrating recent findings in biology into a lighting simulation process.
  2. Bellia, L., Barbato, G., & Pedace, A. Effects of daylight and artificial light on melatonin suppression in educational environment.
  3. Borisuit, A., Maierova, L., Scartezzini, J-L., & Münch, M. Light preference and mood in extreme chronotypes in response to different office lighting conditions: Preliminary results.
  4. De Anda González, A. Lighting objects and their implications in humans.
  5. de Souza, E. P. N. Experiencing light: Review of light's impacts on human health.
  6. Gonçalves, E., Ferreira, A. M., & Christiaans, H. Non-linear adaptive lighting model as a more holistic approach to urban lighting design.
  7. Govén, T., & Laike, T. The experience of ambient light from common light sources with different spectral power distribution – Light emitting diodes (LED) vs. 3-phosphorus fluorescent tubes (T5).
  8. Hubschneider, C., de Boer, J., Steidle, A., Werth, L., & Sedlbauer, K. Luminance environments and their impact on performance, fatigue and preferences.
  9. Innes, M. The perception of brightness at conservation light levels in museum environments.
  10. Le, D., Offermans, S., & van Essen, H. Le Cube: designing interactive-lighting furniture in modern lighting system to enhance user experience.
  11. Lo, W. L., & Steemers, K. Application of the state-of-the-art HDR imaging analysis in lighting research: A pilot study on King’s College Antechapel, Cambridge.
  12. Maierova, L., Borisuit, A., Scartezzini, J-L., & Münch, M. The impact of different lighting conditions on extreme chronotypes: Effects on physical comfort and alertness.
  13. Martau,B. T., Hidalgo, M. P., Luz, C., Kubaski, F., & Corrêa, F. H. User-based research approach for assessment of non visual lighting effects.
  14. Nugteren, I. M., Aarts, M. P. J., & Schoutens, T. Daylight to fulfill lighting needs for demented elderly.
  15. Petersen, K. Y., Kristensen, O., & Søndergaard, K. Experiencing LED lighting: New form and experiential qualities emerging in lighting systems using LED.
  16. Scarazzato, P. S., Souza, D. F., & Dias, M. V. HDR images for binocular vision evaluation in the perception of architectural space: A first approach.
  17. Steidle, A., Gibson, A., & Werth, L. Abstract thoughts or concrete experiences: Darkness triggers cognitive and affective preferences.
  18. Steidle, A., Werth, L., Hanke, E-V., & Kolb, P. Come together! Light, temperature, and social behavior.
  19. Talebian,K., & Kahouei, S. K. "Day for Night" LED digital screens in urban public spaces, any risk for occupants?