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Lightcap Symposium – Invisible workings of light

Lightcap Symposium – Invisible workings of light

From our satellite site in Eindhoven we witnessed live how professor Till Roenneberg and professor Alberto Campo Baeza were revealed as the #TheDaylightAward 2024 laureates. Congratulations to both for great achievement. Thank you Per Arnold Andersen and Gertrud Grabbert of Velux Stiftung for this great collaboration. And thank you Karin Smolders for representing the satellite site of Eindhoven University of Technology in the live Q&A session. In addition, this ceremony was […]

LightCAP Symposium Day 1 – The invisible workings of light

LightCAP Symposium Day 1 – The invisible workings of light

Yvonne de Kort opened the closing Symposium for the Lightcap ITN project – The invisible working of light – for a room filled with architects, designers, industry partners and (young) researchers focusing on light cognition attention and perception. This two day event takes place at the Ketelhuis in Eindhoven, a great venue with plenty of […]

Registration for Lightcap Symposium now open!

Registration for Lightcap Symposium now open!

( See our page for more info Symposium May 2024 ) Ticket sale open for The invisible workings of light 15 + 16 May 2024 in Eindhoven Subscribe NOW via Eventbrite Discount Link: http://www.eventbrite.nl/e/875802939167/?discount=LightcapReferral -/- €15 discount available until April 30 2024 @ 23.00 More info: https://lightcap.eu/symposium-may-2024/

SYMPOSIUM 15+16 May 2024 – The invisible workings of light

SYMPOSIUM 15+16 May 2024 – The invisible workings of light

Go to Symposium page Celebrating the completion of LIGHTCAP we proudly present our young researchers and the latest insights we gained in this interdisciplinary research project. The two-day symposium will be filled with high-level talks by experts in the field, detailed accounts of the most recent investigations by our graduates, and panel discussions with industry […]

Fellows Aysheh and Nima have submitted their theses

Fellows Aysheh and Nima have submitted their theses

Our fellows Aysheh Alshdaifat (ESR 10) and Nima Hafezparast Moadab (ESR 11) both researchers at the University of Sheffield have submitted their PhD thesis! Congratulations with this achievement and good luck with your defence! Nima focused on “Countering distractions to visual detection when driving after dark.” On main roads, such as motorways and dual carriageways, […]

Patent Workshop by Jerome Maes (Signify) SLTBR 2023 + Lightcap

SLTBR 2023 + Lightcap

Lightcap is present on the SLTBR 2023 conference and have earned their place in the schedule. Many consortium members will be there live. In addition to the conference, workshops are planned on Intellectual Property and potential protections against misuse.

Lightcap Consortium Meeting in Liege

Lightcap Consortium Meeting in Liege

The Lightcap consortium has gathered in Liege. The goal of these days was om sharing information. We were welcomed by our host Dr. Gilles Vandewalle on the premises from the University of Liege and we were treated on a very nice presentation by Athena Demertzi, who gave the keynote talk for us. During the meeting […]

Lightcap in the news

Lightcap in the news

The TU/e story teller wrote a very nice article on research live cycle support. The article on “Research Life Cycle Support” in our own Lightcap ITN project made it to the front page of the TU/e and was found on many social media such as facebook, twitter, and instagram. The article features our fellows Nima […]

SLIM Seminar 29 May 2022 @ 11.00-12.00 – Arup (Florence Lam)

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