TiL 2019 - Full Program & Schedule
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DAY 1 - SEPT 24Preliminary Program
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Saal BodenseeParkstudioPropter Homines
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08.30
Registration08.30
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How Smart and Intelligent Can
Lighting Be?
New Lighting Design Approaches in ApplicationsHuman Centric Lighting - Deeper Insights
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10.00
Innovative PC-App with Camera for Adjusting the Perfect Light Colour Fully Automatic
Peter HAUMER
LUMITECH, Austria
Hospitality Lighting Design
Theodore D. KONTORIGAS,
Kontorigas LD, Greece
Critical Opinion on the Current Development Status of HCL Solutions
Wilfried POHL, Mag
Bartenbach, Austria
10.00
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Smart Lights with Machine Learning for Truly Smart Living
Harry EDELMAN, Dr. Arch. Prof.
Tampere University, Finland
Ambient Lighting Design for Persuasive Environments Using Social Media Data
Yasaman MAVVAJ, MSc
Körner Design, The Netherlands
Lighting Beyond Light
Alexander WILM, DI
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors, Germany
10.30
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The Rise of Pixel Art: The Lasting Effects of Affordable Addressable LEDs
Stefan Yazzie HERBERT
The Paranormal Unicorn, Austria
Inside the Pyramids - Light Where There Should be Darkness
Ruairi O'BRIEN, Professor
Ruairi O'Brien Lighting Design, Egypt
Impact of Solid-State Lighting on Health and Safety
James Norman BARDSLEY, PhD
ISA, USA
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Lunch11.30
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The Light - The New AwarenessWomen in Light - The Digital EraUser Centric Lighting
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Light as Essential Part of the Concept
Sergei Tchoban, Arch.
Tchoban Voss Architekten, Germany
PANEL
Women in Lighting: The Digital Era, a Step Back a Step Forward
Mahdis ALIASGARI & Barbara RODRIGUEZ, MA Arch, LD
Lighting Design Collective, Spain
A European Workplace Lighting Survey
Ganix LASA, PhD
Mondragon University, Spain
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Langsames Licht / Slow Light - From Theory Into Practice and From Art Into Function
Siegrun APPELT
Siegrun Appelt, Austria
PANEL
Women in Lighting: The Digital Era, a Step Back a Step Forward
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An Interactive Approach to the Optimization of Public Space Lighting with Resident's Participation
Boris A. PORTNOV, PhD
University of Haifa, Israel
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14.00
Daylight and Light Design Intertwining
Isabel VILLAR, Maha SHALABY, MSc
White Arkitekter, Sweden
Dynamic LED Public Lighting Solutions: Citizen Perceptions and Evaluations
Nicolas HOUEL, PhD Student
AAU Laboratory, France
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14.30
Break14.30
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Keynotes
Room: Grosser Saal
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16.00
Dietmar ZEMBROT
Trilux, Germany
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Keith BRADSHAW
Speirs + Major, UK
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TBD
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17.30
Come Together17.30
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18.30
Showfloor18.30
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DAY 2 - SEPT 25Preliminary Program
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Room
Saal BodenseeParkstudioSeefoyerRoom
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New Smartness for Cities and BuildingsVisual Perception and Health DemonstrationInternet of Things (IoT) - A Game ChangerDALI Session 1:
DALI-2
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08:30
Sensor Ready and MasterConnect: Simple, Scalable, Standardized
Peter DUINE
Signify, The Netherlands
WORKSHOP
LED Lighting Concepts: Visual Perception and Health – Demonstrations
Wilfried POHL, Mag.
Bartenbach, Austria
Monetizing the Cloud for Lighting Control
Patrick DURAND
Future Electronics, Canada
DALI-2: The Global Standard for Smart, Digital Lighting Control
Scott Wade
DiiA
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09.00
Intelligent Lighting for Smart Buildings and Smart Cities Enabled by Integrated Sensing Solutions
Richard FIX, Dr.
Bosch, Germany
WORKSHOP
LED Lighting Concepts: Visual Perception and Health – Demonstrations
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IoT System Architecture Testing as Part of Continuous Integration
Jürgen WÖLFLE
Tridonic, Austria
Expanding DALI-2 Certification for Complete System Coverage
Ronald Tol
DiiA/Signify
09.00
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09.30
WORKSHOP
LED Lighting Concepts: Visual Perception and Health – Demonstrations
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The Transformation from a Luminaire Manufacturer to a Smart Building Enabler
Fabian GERSCHWILER
Regent, Switzerland
New DiiA Specifications and Collaborations
Scott Wade
DiiA
09.30
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09.00
Break09.00
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Innovations in Lighting Design -
Thinking Out of the Box
Nutritional LightConnected Lighting and IoT -
New Functions for Lighting Systems
DALI Session 2:
DALI in Action
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11.00
Lighting, Dynamic Urban Spatial Art and Teaching
Ruairi O'BRIEN, Professor
Ruairi O'Brien Lighting Design, Egypt
To be published soon.80-20 Vision HCL: How to Conduct an Orchestra of Tunable White Lights to Deliver Affordable HCL
Patrick V. KELLY, PhD
ROBUS, Ireland
Energy Efficiency, Safety and Comfort with DALI Lighting Management
Dirk Dronia
WAGO
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11.30
When Lighting Design Meets Design Thinking: Putting People First
Sabine DE Schutter, MA Architectural LD
Studio De SCHUTTER, Germany
Luminaires and the Internet of Things – A Feasible Approach for Retail Applications
Meike BARFUSS, Prof.
FH Südwestfalen, Germany
New Opportunities for DALI with D4i in Outdoor Lighting Applications
Jan Fitters
Signify
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12.00
Evolution of Lighting Design Processes in Digital Times
Bert JUNGHANS, DI
Zumtobel, Austria
Sensing Outside the Box – The Lighting and Building Automation Convergence
Tom GRIFFITHS
ams, USA
Case Study: A Cloud-monitored, Fully Integrated, Large-scale DALI System
Fabian Mayer
Trilux
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Lunch12.30
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CEO Panel
Zumtobel, Nichia, ...
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Light and Lighting Design -
Thinking Different
Lighting Design in Digital TimesHuman Centric Lighting - Research & UsageDALI Session 3:
DALI Developments and Next Steps
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14.30
Development of Neurotechnology in Lighting Design
Olga TUZOVA, MA
Politecnico di Milano, Italy
WORKSHOP
Evolution of Lighting Design Processes in Digital Times
Holger LEIBMANN, DI Architect
Zumtobel, Austria

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Critical Evaluation of Adverse Effects of LED Light Sources
Markus CANAZEI, PhD
Bartenbach, Austria
Get WELL with DALI
Alan Jackson
Helvar
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15.00
Illuminance, Apparent Brightness and Circadian Rhythms. A New Era in Lighting Design?
Alexandra KALIMERI, MA
ME Engineers, UK
WORKSHOP
Evolution of Lighting Design Processes in Digital Times
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Photobiomodulation: A New Dimension to Human Centric Lighting
Martijn DEKKER, Dr.
Seaborough, The Netherlands
Standardizing Luminaire Technology with DALI-powered Interfaces
Jens Herter
Tridonic
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Good Night = Good Light. New Ways to Reduce the Use of Artificial Lighting - Especially During Night
Ofer KEREN
Keren Energy, Israel
WORKSHOP
Evolution of Lighting Design Processes in Digital Times
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Human Centric Lighting for Top Performance –
Learnings from Light Stimulation of World Class Athletes
Andreas WOJTYSIAK, Dr.
OSRAM, Germany
Where does DALI Fit in a Wireless World?
DIIA
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Break16.00
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The Process of Modern Lighting DesignsLED World Market Leader Showcases the Latest TrendsFuture Luminary Design
PANEL
DALI Session 4: PANEL
What is the future of DALI?
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17.00
Stakeholders: How Can They be Organized in Order to Achieve the Desired Quality of Public Lighting in 2030?
Iris DIJKSTRA, MSc
Atelier LEK, The Netherlands
WORKSHOP
Experience How New LED Technologies Raise the Bar in Human Centric Lighting
Giovanni Vecchio
Nichia, Germany
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To be published soon.Panellists from major lighting companies will give their company's perspective on the critical question.

What is the future of DALI?
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Light Designer's Role in Complex Projects
Diana GALIC, Master LD
NOVA-LUX, Hungary
WORKSHOP
Experience How New LED Technologies Raise the Bar in Human Centric Lighting
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Get-Together / Award Ceremony18.30
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23.30
EilGutHalle
Harbour Lindau
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DAY 3 - SEPT 26
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Saal BodenseeParkstudioPropter Homines
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Digitalization in Lighting - Impacts on Users and UsagesHow to Install a Bluetooth Mesh Lighting Control SystemLED Technologies for Street-Lighting and Disinfection
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09.00
Light Connects – The Symbiosis of Light and Digital Content Creates New Levels of Customer Experience
Andreas HENRICH, DI
fh+p
WORKSHOP
Setting up a Robust Lighting Control System with Bluetooth Mesh - From Commissioning Basics to Troubleshooting
Silvair, Poland
Aspects of Different LED Spectra for Street Lighting
Markus HOFMANN, DI
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors, Germany
09.00
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09.30
Lighting Control - Truly Wireless
Matthias KASSNER, DI
EnOcean, Germany
WORKSHOP
Setting up a Robust Lighting Control System with Bluetooth Mesh - From Commissioning Basics to Troubleshooting
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Real Environment Research Laboratory with Light Pollution Optimized Street Light Luminaires
Ferenc SZABÓ, PhD
LightingLab Calibration Laboratory, Hungary
09.30
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10.00
Best Practice in Wireless Lighting Controls
Antonio ARTECHE
Casambi, Finland
WORKSHOP
Setting up a Robust Lighting Control System with Bluetooth Mesh - From Commissioning Basics to Troubleshooting
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Are UV LEDs a Credible Alternative for Disinfection?
François MIRAND
Future Electronics, France
10.00
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10.30
BreakLight-Guides and OLED Workshop10.30
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Latest LED Technology TrendsEPIC WORKSHOPLight in Applications - Transportation & Horticulture
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11.00
Tunable Lighting Systems for Optimal Health in Humans and Plants
Tom JORY, MBA
Luminus Devices, USA
WORKSHOP
Next Generation Lightguides, OLED and R2R Manufacturing
Jose POZO, Dr.
EPIC
How to Reduce Jetlag by Innovative Cabin Lighting
Achim LEDER, Dr.
jetlite, Germany
11.00
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Morning to Evening - Healthy Lighting
Sangwook JUNG, Dr.
Seoul Semiconductor, Germany
WORKSHOP
Next Generation Lightguides, OLED and R2R Manufacturing
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UL 8800 Update and New Performance Label for Horticultural Lighting
Hans LASCHEFSKI, Dr.
UL, Germany
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WORKSHOP
Next Generation Lightguides, OLED and R2R Manufacturing
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Lunch12.30
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Event Closing13.30
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