Lighting for People

jeu, 13/10/2016 - 10:00 to 17:00
Hotel Thon EU, Rue de la Loi 75, 1040 Brussels

The Lighting for People project connects science to lighting as the most powerful regulator of the day-night-rhythm of people. The project creates awareness for cities that Solid State Lighting is important for the social and economic dimensions of a sustainable development.  And the project fosters the collaboration between companies and stakeholders across the value chain by the Open Innovation approach.
The objective of this final event is the presentation of striking results from the project and of case studies from cities and companies.
Date: Thursday, 13 October 2016
Time: 10:00 – 17:00 followed by a reception
Location: Hotel Thon EU, Rue de la Loi 75, 1040 Brussels
Agenda sections and speakers:
10.00     Welcome and opening – Pieter Bolt, TNO
10:10    Human centric lighting – insights and practical recommendations
              Moderator:  Diederik de Stoppelaar, LightingEurope
10:15    Key-note -  Prof. Dr. Christian Cajochen, Centre for Chronobiology, University Basel
10.40    Metrics for human centric lighting - Dieter Lang, Osram
11:00    Recommendations and opportunities for implementation – Yvonne de Kluizenaar, TNO
11:20    Malmö school case: benefits of human centric lighting in the class room - Anna Odder Milstam, teacher, Malmö
11.40    Human centric lighting in elderly homes (speaker to be confirmed)
12:00    Lunch
13:00    City experiences with indoor and outdoor LED lighting, Moderator: Reine Karlsson -  Lund University
13.05     Key-note:  Drs. Mary-Ann SchreursElderman of Eindhoven City (to be confirmed)
13:30    Malmö school case: governance aspects, interoperability, sharing experience with other cities – Olle Strandberg, Malmö Stad
13.50    LED outdoor lighting experiences - Jarl Hoogstad, Ingjerd Bratterud, Stavanger Kommune
14:10    Human centric lighting for indoor night applications in prison wards -  Pranciskus Vitta, Vilnius, Lithuania (to be confirmed)
14:30    Advanced indoor lighting in the city domain - Mark Burton-Page, LUCI
14:50    Coffee & tea
15:20    Accelerating solid state lighting business development through the Open Innovation approach, Moderator: Peter Bracke, Green Light Flanders 
15:25    Opening message – Prof.  Wim Vanhaverbeke, ESADE business school, Barcelona

15:35    Key note – Marc Steen, TNO
16.00    Human centric lighting based product and service development - Alberto Sozza, Luce in Veneto 
16:20    Malmö school case: development of a HCL lighting system for a class room -  Peter Anderson, Brainlit AB, Sweden 
16:40    Lessons learned from open innovation in the SSL business context – Peter Bracke, Green Light Flanders
17:00    Closure and receptionPieter Bolt, TNO
In order to register for participation please send an e-mail to   Please notice that there will be limited space and that we may have to limit participation.
I look already forward to meeting you in Brussels.
Kind regards,
Pieter Bolt                                        
FP7 SSL-erate / Lighting for People project coordinator