CIE Aralık 2018 Haber Bülteni

CIE Aralık 2018 Haber Bülteni

CIE Newsletter            December 2018 / #29



Officers of the Commission 2019 - 2023
 

As part of the regular quadrennial cycle of the CIE are the appointments of the various members of the CIE Board of Administration (BA). The CIE BA is comprised of two groups of members, the Officers of the Commission and the Division Directors, the appointments to the first group being the responsibility of the National Committees (NCs).

The Officers of the Commission are comprised of the President, President- Elect (Past-President), Vice-Presidents with portfolia (Technical, Publications and Standards), the Treasurer, BA Secretary and several Vice-Presidents without portfolio. In October this year a General Assembly meeting of the NCs was held by WebEx to consider the election of the various candidates who had been nominated and supported by various National Committees.

In this newsletter we are pleased to announce those who will serve the CIE for the quadrennial 2019 - 2023, which will commence at the end of the 29th Quadrennial Session. For short biographies of the Officers of the Commission, click below:



 


CIE Events
 

We are sure that our regular readers are keeping up to date with news about the 29th Quadrennial Session of the CIE, CIE 2019, that will be held in Washington next year.

In addition to CIE 2019  there are other Division level events in the various stages of planning, with the one particularity exiting opportunity being an expert tutorial on the recently published CIE S 026:2018. This tutorial will be an opportunity to learn first hand from the authors, and other experts, about how this standard was developed, and how to apply it. This expert tutorial will be held in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, March 14 - 15, 2019. Registration opens soon for this expert tutorial, more information can be found about this CIE Division 6 led event on the CIE website.

 



Call for Experts for CIE Technical Committees and Research Forum
 
In case you would like to contribute to one of the below, please revert directly via email to the (J)TC Chair.


TC 2-92: International Standard Format for the Electronic Transfer of Luminare Optical Data

The purpose of this TC is to provide an internationally agreed-upon data exchange format supporting most lighting applications, including colour-changing and horticultural luminaires. The new data exchange format will be defined in terms of the W3C Extensible Markup Language XML Schema 1.0 Fifth Edition, and be compatible with the ANSI/IES TM33 and UNI 1603054.

Chair: Ian Ashdown


TC 4-58: Obtrusive Light from Colourful and Dynamic Lighting and its Limitation

The purpose of this TC is to provide guidelines for the implementation and usage of colourful and dynamic lighting in outdoor applications aiming at limitation of obtrusive light with respect to astronomical observations, humans and night-time environment. In addition, this TC aims to develop metrics for obtrusive light from colourful and dynamic lighting systems and to propose suitable methods for limitation or prevention of obtrusive light from such systems

Chair: Steve Lau


TC 4-59: Guide for Lighting Urban Elements

The purpose of this TC is to revise and update the publication CIE 94:1993 ‘Guide for floodlighting’, introducing additional and updated information on the importance of lighting urban elements and the techniques and technology available for this lighting task. In addition, this TC aims to extend the decorative/aesthetical focused guidelines by technical practice and research based recommendations on other issues such as economic, functional, environmental and urbanistic aspects and to consider the particular case of cultural heritage in order to contribute to its preservation.
 
Chair: Diana del Negro
 

JTC 14: (CIE-ISO) Integrative Lighting

The purpose of this JTC is to undertake an analysis of published scientific studies and review experience from published application studies on non-visual effects of light on humans, with the aim to provide guidance for safe and beneficial use in lighting applications beyond illumination for vision.

Chair: John O'Hagan


JTC 15: (CIE-ISO) Lighting of Indoor Workplaces  

The purpose of this JTC is to revise ISO/CIE 8995-1 in response to its systematic review.

Chair: Etsuko Mochizuki
 

JTC 16 (D1/D8): Validity of Chromatic Adaptation 
 
The purpose of this JTC is to review the existing CATs and propose modifications by including a two-step transform to take the effect of white light chromaticity on degree of chromatic adaptation into consideration.

Chair: Minchen (Tommy) Wei

 
JTC 17 (D1/D2/D8): Gloss measurement and gloss percetion: A framework for the definition and standardization of visual cues to gloss
 
The purpose of this JTC is to describe recommendations for standardised visual assessment conditions of individual, established cues to gloss, to make reommendations for the definition of a standard gloss observer for individual diagnostic cues and, based on the findings from the above, to suggest optical met hods and metrics for describing gloss in correlation with the established gloss cues.

Chair: Frederic Leloup

 
RF - 01: Spectral Imaging

The purpose of this Research Forum is to discuss the future prospect of multispectral and hyperspectral imaging technology and identify the work items to be performed in the next step. This RF is open to all individuals with interest and expertise in this topic.

Chair: Masahiro Yamaguchi