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Workshop on solid state lighting in Muttenz

The Swiss National Lab for Solid State Lighting (SSSL) of Swissphotonics organizes with partners (LASSIE-FP7, CSEM, AMIRES, EPIC and a workshop on 12th December 2016 from 8:30 to 17:00 at the Pantheon in Muttenz.

Topic of the workshop is intelligent efficient solid-state lighting and it is the follow-up of the Large-area SSL Workshop held 2015 in Lausanne. The introduction of light emitting diodes (LEDs) as solid state lighting (SSL) sources is now recognized as one of the technological revolutions at the verge of the 21st century. Currently, we have entered a new phase: For the first time in the human history, it is possible to develop smart and human centric lighting systems.

The workshop is divided into two sessions:

  • Final results of the European Project LASSIE-FP7, with focus on the development of large-area intelligent SSL modules with high efficiency and high lighting quality for professional and architectural lighting.
  • Technical developments and industrial applications in the field of smart lighting. We will span from components to systems, as well as on the potential of SSL for innovative solutions for human centric lighting.

The workshop is free of charge including lunch, break and apero, conference language is English. Deadline for the compulsory registration: 5th December 2016 via the webpage.

Registration and more information

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