The Light & Health Forum will return for its third year. Light has been shown to impact humans well beyond providing for optimal visual performance. This forum continues to explore the non-visual effects of light not only on humans, but also plants and wildlife. Current knowledge of the impact of light on biological health and overall well-being will be addressed with more detailed exploration into the new metrics and design guidelines that are guiding circadian lighting applications. The Light & Health Forum is sponsored by VISA LIGHTING, Booth 2061.
The Light & Health Forum is a one-day series of six sessions on Wednesday, May 9 that covers circadian lighting, metrics, long-wavelength light, exterior lighting and more. Sessions are available as a Forum package or à la carte.
See below for overview and click here to search by 'Type of Session' (in the right sidebar menu) and select 'Light & Health Forum' to access course descriptions, speaker bios and other detailed information.
|8:30am-9:30am||L17LH01||The Truth About Circadian Lighting 2.0||Robert Soler|
|10:00am-11:00am||L17LH02||Lighting Metrics for Well-being: Characterizing Visual and Non-visual Responses||Robert Davis | Tess Perrin | Andrea Wilkerson|
|11:30am-12:30pm||L17LH03||Seeing Red: How Long-Wavelength Light can Impact Humans, Plants, and Animals||Mariana G. Figueiro | Jaimin Patel | Leora Radetsky | Mark S. Rea|
|2:00pm-3:00pm||L17LH04||How To Do Tunable WELL: Points, Pitfalls and Potential||Craig Casey | Andrea Wilkerson | Jie Zhao|
|3:30pm-4:30pm||L17LH05||Circadian Lighting Solutions for Office Workplaces||Rachel Fitzgerald | Katherine Stekr | Steve Warren|
|5:00pm-6:00pm||L17LH06||Starving for Darkness – How Exterior Lighting Affects Our Wildlife||Jane Slade|