Biological Lighting – effects on health and wellbeing Metropolis:By LIGHT, Lighting Metropolis

Hansen, E. K. (Lecturer)

Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations


We know the effect that daylight has on humans. Human-centric lighting systems use LED technology and intelligent lighting control systems to match light characteristics that map to humans’ natural circadian rhythms. The intent of these systems is to enhance productivity and performance and to address the psychological and physiological problems that are created by disruptions to our circadian clock. While circadian rhythms are built into the human body, they adapt to the environment using external cues – these cues are primarily daylight. 
Period13 Sep 2018
Event titleMetropolis By light
Event typeConference
LocationLund, Sweden
Degree of RecognitionInternational