Speakers Announced for SPARC International Lighting Event 2015
The international community’s favourite lighting event, SPARC, has announced speakers for their upcoming 2015 event. There’s an impressive line-up of both internationally and nationally renowned experts in lighting design, education, research and architecture.
Held at the Sydney Exhibition Centre on the 27-29 of May, SPARC 2015 will once again align with Vivid Sydney, a celebration of light, music, and ideas that takes over Glebe Island.
SPARC 2015 features an educational seminar program alongside an exhibition of global and future developments in lighting that can assist attendees with their professional development requirements.
The speaker program includes the following:
Colour Preference-based LED Lighting
Dr Yoshi Ohno, NIST Fellow, Sensor Science Division at the US National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Consumer Choice for Lighting Products and the Feasibility of DC Circuits for Lighting
Assoc. Professor Inês Azevedo, Associate Professor of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University and Co-Director at the Centre for Climate and Energy Decision-Making (CEDM).
Simm Steel, Senior Lighting Technician at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Early lessons learned from the introduction of SSL to the market
Marc Ledbetter, Manager of Advanced Lighting at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Light and colour in the built environment
Joint talk with Principal of Lighting Design Studio PointOfView, Mark Elliott and Vice Principal of Specifier Service, Xicato Roger Sexton.
The potential health issues of solid-state lighting
Dr Christophe Martinsons, Head of the lighting and electromagnetism division at the Center for Building Science and Technology (CSTB) in France.
The results of quality testing of residential LED lamps
Professor Georges Zissis, Full professor Toulouse 3 University (France), Professor Honoris Causa St Petersburg State University (Russian Federation), Vice President IEEE Industrial Application Society.
Daylight in the built environment
Anthony Di Mase, Principal architect of Di Mase Architects.
International standards for lighting products
Dr Alan Prest, International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Technical Committee 34.
“SPARC will enable thousands of participants to experience the latest in lighting technology through leading edge lighting exhibitions and will provide a world-class program of invited speakers,” said SPARC CEO Bryan Douglas.
“For those within the design, lighting design, industrial design, engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, building and project management, facility management, and major end users of architectural, retail and commercial lighting sectors, SPARC offers a wonderful opportunity to experience the very latest in lighting design and technology.”
SPARC has now sold over 65 percent of its exhibitor space. For those companies still wishing to exhibit, contact firstname.lastname@example.org at your earliest convenience, to avoid missing out.
For more information on SPARC 2015 contact email@example.com or visit www.sparcevent.org