Today is the first session from the Patent Workshop provided by Jerome Maes from Signify.
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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.
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 […]
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 […]
Partner presentation from Arup by Florence Lam Click this link to follow
Zumtobel will be presenting their company on Friday 29-04-2022 at our SLIM seminar via TEAMS. This is a great opportunity to learn more about Zumtobel, and ask questions directly. Looking forward to seeing you all online. SLIM meetings are organized at each last Friday of the month, from 11.00-12.00 CET.Contact us if you want to […]
Half way our project we were finally able to meet in person at the third and first live Lightcap Season School. The Lightcap consortium gathered in Eindhoven for training, presentations, Case Studies and networking opportunities. Looking back at a great and succesful week!
LUX EUROPA 2022 14th European Lighting Conference 20-22 September 2022 Hotel Olympik, Artemis Prague, Czech Republic
On behalf of the LightCap ITN Consortium we wish you happy holidays!
Experience Sampling Methodology (ESM). Dr. Karin Smolders will discuss protocols for frequent short questionnaires to track subjective states in daily life; why and when the method is useful, our experience with different versions and possibilities to combine this with ambulatory tracking in Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA)