CIE Newsletter March 2023 #47
256 abstract from 33 countries were submitted for inclusion at CIE 2023. These abstracts are now undergoing a double blind review by a team of CIE experts from around the world. After this the programme for the three day conference, three parallel sessions each day, will be created. We'll update you soon abut this along with news about our line-up of Invited Speakers and Workshops.
This key CIE event would not be complete without an exhibition platform – a place for exhibitors to share products or service information and for visitors, to provide opportunities to connect, and for business exchange to take place. The facilities at Cankarjev Dum, our home for CIE 2023, provide ample space for exhibitors, close to the main action of the conference and our attendees from around the world.
This CIE Division 4 led tutorial is designed to support the understanding and use of CIE 234:2019. The tutorial is hosted by CIE NC Turkey, Aydınlatma Türk Milli Komitesi (AMTK).
What you will learn: Fundamental concepts and methodology of lighting masterplanning. Who should initiate and prepare a lighting masterplan. How to build-up a masterplanning team and what consultation groups should be involved. Relationship between urban planning, transportation and lighting. What is important to analyse and consider in details. How to create the luminous concept and to draft lighting solutions. Why to take into account environmental impacts of lighting and what measures can reduce unnecessary light spills. Financial and operational considerations in planning for lighting implementation.
CIE Governing Board September and Division Directors2023 - 2027
Congratulations to the new Governing Board Members and Division Directors! The global CIE community is certainly here to support their work over the coming Term.
CIE National Committees
Call for Experts for CIE Technical Work
JTC 20 will prepares a technical report that will review current state-of-the-art of wearable alpha-opic light dosimetry methods in the scientific literature and beyond. It will also define limitations of current CIE-recommended practices for wearable alpha-opic light dosimeters, propose a calibration protocol for wearable alpha-opic light dosimeters adding to current CIE-recommended practices, discuss limitations of wearable dosimeters vis-a-vis the physiologically relevant quantification of alpha-opic light exposure. Finally it will provide an inventory of needs and options for metadata and data schemes for alpha-opic dosimetry data collections.
Dr Paolo di Lecce was recently appointed as the new Chair of TC 4-62. He has opened a call for additional participants for the TC 4-62.