Come see our joint workshop on “Simulating Circadian Effects” with the teams from EPFL and MIT at SimAUD’s Workshop Day in Delft on June 4th.
Organized into 3 sessions, this workshop will provide a theoretical and practical introduction to measurement, modelling and simulation for the non-image forming (NIF) effects of light in buildings. The first session, offered by Martine Knoop, Aicha Diakite, and Frederic Rudawski from the TU Berlin, will present spatially resolved spectral sky measurements and new techniques for developing spectral sky models to appropriately characterize daylight. The second session, taught by Jon Sargent from Solemna, will introduce ALFA – Adaptive Lighting for Alertness – a lighting design software providing physically accurate simulations of spectral lighting in architectural and non-architectural environments. In the third session, Marilyne Andersen and Siobhan Rockcastle from OCULIGHT dynamics will present OCUVIS, a web-based tool for visualizing building-scale simulation results for non-visual as well as visual performance.
Learn more: http://simaud.com/2018/call_for_workshops.php