SID/IES Lighting Track – Display Week 2015

4th June, 2015.
San Jose, USA

There has always been a great deal of overlap in the technology behind lighting and displays.  In honour of The Year of Light and in recognition of the newly signed Friendship Agreement between SID and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA), the SID/IES Lighting Track mini-symposium aims to deliver in-depth coverage in a diverse range of topics of common interest to both lighting and display professionals.

Advanced Light Sources, Components and Systems I
•Edge-lit and other flat-panel LED light sources
•Advances in high-brightness white LEDs
(Invited) “Current status of OLED lighting panels”
Dr. Seongsoo Jang, LG Chem
(Invited) “LED Edge-lit flat panel light sources”
Brett Shriver, Global Lighting Technologies
Display Technologies for LED Lighting Part I: Optical Components
William Edmonds, 3M
Display Technologies for LED Lighting Part II: Scalable Optical Architectures Enabled by Modular Film-Based Components
William Edmonds, 3M
The Effect of Lighting and Lighting Application on Health and Perception
•Impact on Circadian Rhythm and Other Health Effects
•Visual neuroscience behind lighting or display design
•Perception of glare from light sources
•Visualizing lighting on displays
*** Special 40 min presentation ***
(Invited) “The contribution of melanopsin activation to contrast sensitivity”
Prof. Dingcai Cao, University of Illinois at Chicago
(Invited) “Stroboscopic effects of LED lighting”
Prof. Lili Wang, Southeast University
Invited) Perceptual Accuracy in the Visualization of Lighting Scenes
Dr. Michael J. Murdoch, Philips Research Eindhoven
Relation between Short-Term and Long-Term Assessment of Glare
Yan Tu, Dong Fei R&D Centre, School of Electronic Science and Engineering, Southeast University
Advanced Lighting Applications
•Display panels and projectors as illumination sources
•Luminaires/backlights with CCT and color-tuning
•OLED lighting application*
•Optics and optical design for Solid-State Lighting
(Invited) “Creating an effective lighting environment with task – surround –ambient lighting”
Peter Ngai, Acuity Brands Lighting
(Invited) Progress in Color Rendition Metrics for Lighting
Dr. Aurelien David, Soraa, Inc.
(Invited) “Standards for displays that illuminate”
Prof. Lorne Whitehead, University of British Columbia
Forward-Looking Sensor Utilization for Automatic Luminance Control
Paul Weindorf, Visteon Corp.
Advanced Light Sources, Components and Systems II
•Phosphors/quantum dots
•OLED technology status update*
•High-brightness LEDs and modules
(Invited) “Light Source Spectral Distribution for Specific Applications”
Dr. Po-Chieh Hung, Konica Minolta Laboratories
(Invited) “LED life versus LED system life”
Prof. Nadarajah Narendran, Lighting Research Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Speckle Contrast Reduction in a Blue-Laser-Diode-Pumped Micro-Vibrated Reflective Phosphor Paper for Lighting-Source Application
Shih-Yu Tu, GIPO and NTU

* There will be additional OLED sessions outside of this 1-day session for more in-depth discussions in OLED device physics and materials.  Access to this 1-day session is included for those attending the Display Week Symposium. It is also available as a stand-alone event to our guests from IESNA, for a third of the cost of overall Symposium attendance.  (SID membership will be required, as it is for all tech events.)

Register for Display Week 2015.

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