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CIE 2018 Topical Conference on Smart Lighting, Taipei, Chinese Taipei, April 24 – 28, 2018
Abstract Submission Open




Call for Experts for CIE Technical Committees and Joint Technical Committees

(in case you like to contribute to one of the below, please revert directly via email to the TC Chair).

TC 6-66 Maintaining summer levels of 25OH vitamin D during winter by minimal exposure to artificial UV sources; requirements and weighing the (dis)advantages
Terms of Refererence:
Lack of available UVB radiation in sunlight leads to a seasonal cycle in vitamin D status in populations living at middle – high latitudes. When combined with a modern diet and lifestyle this can lead to undesirably low vitamin D status in the winter months. The TC will explore the evidence for maintaining summer vitamin D status, and whether this can safely be achieved by regular, controlled UV exposure (as defined by EN60335-2-27).
Chair: Ann Webb


TC 8-13 Colour Gamuts for Output Media
Terms of Reference:
To study and recommend methods for computing and communicating colour gamuts for output colour reproduction media
Chair: Kiran Deshpande

JTC 4 (D3/D6) Visual, Health, and Environmental Benefits of Windows in Buildings during Daylight Hours
Terms of Reference:
To review the scientific literature in all relevant fields and to produce a concise document that identifies the values of windows in buildings. Examples of such values could the provision of light for visibility, ventilation, means of egress; aesthetic benefits, access to a view, and light for physiological functioning, including circadian rhythm regulation. If possible, based on this literature, the committee will propose preliminary criteria for daylighting metrics (the metrics being already under development by TC 3-47) to support these functions.
Chair: Martine Knoop

JTC 5 (CIE-IEC) Review of IEC 62471/CIE S009
Terms of Reference:
To update CIE S009; to take account of revised exposure limit guidelines from the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection; to provide a clearer rational for the definition of the risk groups; and to improve the guidance on measurements in conjunction with Division 2. To work with IEC TC76 and IEC TC34 on the development of product-specific requirements of the revised standard. However, responsibility for the product-specific requirements will rest with IEC. To work with IEC to produce a dual-logo standard to replace CIE S009/IEC 62471.
Chair: John O'Hagan


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