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Monday, April 7 • 11:30am - 12:15pm
Poster Session

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The symposium will feature the following posters from an international array of researchers that highlight current investigations of the role of light and lighting in affecting human behaviors.  

P1 -   Effects  of Alterations in Daylight Distribution of Classrooms Caused by Students Grouping; Carolina C Bedoya Jaramillo, Federal University of Santa Catarina

P2 -  How Light in the Home in the Evening May Affect   Health;  Edward Carome, John Carroll University

P3 - Effects   of Light on Humans - Already Applicable?;  Peter Dehoff, Zumtobel Lighting

P4 -  Lighting, Behavior and Health of  Industrial Employees; Maira Dias, University of Campinas,   School of Civil Engineering

P5 - The   Application of Light Sensitivity to the Development of a Luminaire; Robert Dick, Canadian Scotobiology Group

P6 - The Seasonal   Effects of Dawn on Subjective Feelings of Sleep;  Kazuhiro Hatta, Panasonic

P7 -  Utilizing Biologically-Corrected LED  Lighting Solution;  Samantha   McLarty, Lighting Science

P8 -  Pedestrian-friendly Nighttime Lighting: Is  Glare a Factor?;  Naomi J Miller, PNNL

P9 - Spectral   Variability Within the Luminous Environment; Mojtaba Navvab, The University of Michigan

P10 -  Assessment of Existing Blue Light Exposure on the Relationship to Sleep and Cognition in Elderly Home Care Residents with and without Dementia; Amanda Nioi, Heriot-Watt University, School of the Built Environment

P11 -  The Effect of Lighting on the Caregivers'  Satisfaction in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit;  Nam-Kyu Park, University of Florida

P12 -  LightAide: Fun and Enlightened Learning; Catherine Rose, Philips Lighting

P13 - Balancing   Levels of Light; Monica Sater, Chalmers University of Technology

P14 - Reality   vs Fiction in Lighting DesignMonica Sater, Chalmers University of Technology

P15 - Fostering Activity and Enhancing Wayfinding with Interactive Urban BeaconsSusanne Seitinger, Philips Lighting

P16 -  The Photon Project;  Charlie Sharman, The Photon Project

P17 - Senior Living Environments: Evidence-Based Lighting Design Strategies;  Michael White, Schuler Shook

P18 -  Lighting Recommendations for Operating Theatres:  H. Hemphälä, Ergonomics, Design Sciences, Lund University, Lund, Sweden

Monday April 7, 2014 11:30am - 12:15pm PDT
Whitehall Room

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