Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Lighting Design Research Group combines architecture, engineering and technology in a human centric approach to lighting solutions that seek to improve our built environment with applied knowledge of lighting design.   Experiments through scale models, photo-realistic simulations and 1:1 dynamic lighting design mock-ups on site, are developed to study how light can affect people in different environments.   The experiments address these needs through contextual analysis, concept design and development, prototyping, information technology and programming, autonomous controlled lighting and technical hardware solutions, including sensors, a mobile lighting laboratory, thermal camera tracking, EEG, smartphone applications, and anthropological qualitative research methodologies.   

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Lighting Engineering & Materials Science
Weed control Engineering & Materials Science
work environment Social Sciences
Robotics Engineering & Materials Science
illuminating Physics & Astronomy
Virtual reality Engineering & Materials Science
Students Engineering & Materials Science
Docks Engineering & Materials Science

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Projects 2016 2021

Research Output 2015 2020

Dynamic lighting balancing diffuse and direct light

Hansen, E. K. & Mathiasen, N., 2020, ARCH19: BUILDING FOR BETTER HEALTH : Research & innovation in architecture & urban design for care & health. Polyteknisk Boghandel og Forlag

Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceedingArticle in proceedingResearchpeer-review

illuminating
sky
inspiration
ceilings
light sources

Dynamic lighting in office environments creating natural flow of light

Hansen, E. K., Pajuste, M., Stoffer, S. & Xylakis, E., 2020, VIA-Verlag.

Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceedingConference abstract in proceedingResearch

Lighting
Color
Sensors
Temperature

Entrainment and Disruption: Lessons Learned from Implementing Circadian Lighting

Schledermann, K. M., Bech-Larsen, P., Mullins, M. & Flyvholm, A., 2020, ARCH19: BUILDING FOR BETTER HEALTH : Research & innovation in architecture & urban design for care & health.

Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceedingArticle in proceedingResearchpeer-review

Prizes

PLDC Award for Education 2017, Aalborg University Copenhagen

Ellen Kathrine Hansen (Recipient), Jakob Markvart (Recipient), Georgios Triantafyllidis (Recipient), Ásta Logadóttir (Recipient), Marc Fontoynont (Recipient), Henrik Clausen (Recipient) & Michael Mullins (Recipient), 2017

Prize: Other prizes

Activities 2007 2019

Fødsel og Forskning

Stine Maria Louring Nielsen (Lecturer)
22 Nov 2019

Activity: Talks and presentationsTalks and presentations in private or public companies

Journal of Hospital Management and Health Policy (Journal)

Stine Maria Louring Nielsen (Peer reviewer)
13 May 2019

Activity: Editorial work and peer reviewPeer review of manuscriptsResearch

External Consulting

Stine Maria Louring Nielsen (Other)
8 Feb 2019

Activity: Other

Press / Media

Betydningen af Kunst på Hospitaler

Stine Maria Louring Nielsen

13/11/2019

1 Media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media

Danske forskningsprojekter om belysning præsenteret på PLDC

Mette Hvass, Georgios Triantafyllidis & Ellen Kathrine Hansen

31/10/201931/10/2019

2 items of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

Lærernes nye værktøj - lys som pædagogisk redskab i skolen

Ellen Kathrine Hansen

28/10/2019

1 item of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media