International Day of Light

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Når:
16/05/2018@10:00-16:00 Europe/Oslo Tidssone
2018-05-16T10:00:00+02:00
2018-05-16T16:00:00+02:00
Hvor:
DOGA Design og arkitektur senteret i oslo
Hausmanns gate 16
0182 Oslo
Norge
Pris:
800NOK
Kontakt:
Marianne Kleimann Sevåg
64 94 35 77
International Day of Light @ DOGA Design og arkitektur senteret i oslo | Oslo | Norge

UNESCOs International Day of Light

Designing Healthy Light?

Seminar on Light, Lighting design and Health

DogA Norwegian Design and Architecture Center in Oslo

May 16, 2018, 10:00 – 16:00

Registration by payment to account 1503 97 98007  or by “Vipps” to 138187

800 NOK / 80€

9:30: Registration

10:00 Opening words by Marianne Kleimann Sevåg                                                                                 

Part I

10:15 – 11:10 Prof. Michael Rohde.  Professor at the University of Wismar for Architectural Lighting Design since 2006, M. Rohde is also a free-lance lighting designer (more information: L-Plan Lighting Design  http://www.l-plan.de/en/home.html).  He is particularly renowned for his research on light & health. Further information can be found on the website of the “Light Symposium Wismar” 2008, 2012 and 2016  www.LIGHTSYMPOSIUM.DE

Topic:  „Light & colour: supporter of health – transmitter of Architecture”

 

11:15 -12:10 Dr. Alexander Wunsch MD, PhD is a world class expert on photobiology, exposing the hidden dangers of blue light and light-emitting diodes (LED) lighting which most people are completely unaware of. https://vimeo.com/alexanderwunsch/about                                                                                                   Topic:  „LED warning messages – what you should know before using solid state lighting… “

 

12:20 – 13:00 Dr. Uwe Geier is managing director of the WirkSensorik GmbH (www.empathic-food-test.com). In 2016 he started the first experiments on the effects of different lighting systems with regard to food quality and students` behavior.  https://www.lichtfragen.info/de/

Topic: “What effect does artificial light have on our children?”

 

Lunch Break 13:00– 14:00

Part II

14:00 Opening of Part II   Marianne Kleimann Sevåg

 

14:05 Prof. Abraham Haim is a full professor at Israel Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Chronobiology,  Departments of Evolutionary & Environmental Biology,
University of Haifa, Israel. Professor Haim is a leading researcher in the field of light pollution. http://www.abrahamhaim.com

Topic: “Light and dark cycles”.

 

14:35 Octavio L. Perez holds a PHD in Philosophy, Multidisciplinary Science, specializing on  lighting and healthcare (Rensselaer/RPI, NY, USA); https://www.wellcertified.com/en

Topic: “The intersection of lighting, health, and wellness in the built environment”.

 

 

15:05 Karl Ryberg is an architect and psychologist. He has studied laser biology with professor Tina Karu in Moscow. Karl`s specialty is therapeutic photobiology and color ergonomics.      http://www.monocrom.se

Topic: Light for architects and humans

 

15:35  Summary and questions – Marianne Kleimann Sevåg

 

16:00 CLOSURE

 

 

Practical information:

 

Costs: 800 NOK / 80€ (Ink. Lunch)

 

Registration by payment to account 1503 97 98007  or by “Vipps” to 138187

Contact : Randi Marie Eide eide40@gmail.com

 

Organized by Nordic Light Association and International Light Association in partnership with DOGA, The Norwegian Design and Architecture Center in Oslo.

Event Address: DogA, Hausmanns gate 16, 0182 OSLO

 

More information: https://international-light-association.org/event/conf-2018/special-events

 

Organized by: Nordic Light Association

in collaboration with International Light Association

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