Speakers List 2013

Speakers list

Invited speakers

  1. Chris Baddiley - Modelling Sky Glow from luminaire designs
  2. Helmuth Horvath - Basic aerosol light scattering and the role of back scattering for sky radiance
  3. Christian Luginbuhl (1) - The Impact of Light Source Spectral Power Distribution on Sky Glow
  4. Dan Duriscoe - Night Sky Quality across Protected Areas of the United States: The National Park Service Night Skies Program Database
  5. Miroslav Kocifaj (1) - Modeling the night-sky radiances modeling and inversion of multiangle and multispectral radiance data
  6. Martin Aubé (1) – Three new spectral indices to infer potential impacts of artificial lights on melatonin suppression, vegetation photosynthesis, and star visibility
  7. Robert Dick - Applied Scotobiology in Luminaire Design

Regular speakers

  1. Bülent Aslan - Sky brightness measurement and light pollution mapping Case study: Eskisehir city center and surroundings
  2. Peter den Outer - Luminance measurements and modelling
  3. Seyyed Hamed Mirzakhalil – A New Definition of Light Pollution Based on the Status of Light Pollution in Iran
  4. Stanislav Darula – Windows in buildings: potential source of light pollution
  5. Dan M. Duriscoe (1) – The relation of outdoor lighting characteristics to sky glow from distant cities – Indicators of visual sky quality derived from V-band all-sky CCD images
  6. Dan M. Duriscoe (2) – Indicators of visual sky quality derived from V-band all-sky CCD images
  7. Jan Hollan – Which ies/eulumdat fits the given geomery of street lighting best? Selecting a luminaire from thousands of luminaire photometries
  8. Christopher Kyba - New sources of skyglow data
  9. Kai Pong Tong - Results of International SQM Survey Campaign 2011 and 2012 and the Implication to possible Ecological Impact
  10. Constance E. Walker - Measuring and Characterizing Sky Brightness over the Nighttime in Tucson and Surrounding Observatory Mountaintops
  11. Henk Spoelstra - The Dutch Light Pollution Model IPO-Light
  12. Amy Jones - An Improved Scattered Moonlight Model for the Sky Background
  13. Zoltan Kollath - On the feasibility of sky glow tomography
  14. Jean-Pierre Lavallée - Optimized Optical Filter for LED Lighting
  15. Thomas Posch - Night Sky Brightness Measurements and Night Sky Spectroscopy performed at the Vienna University Observatory
  16. Johanne Roby - Impact of Light Pollution before and after the Creation of the First International Dark Sky Reserve, OMM, Quebec, Canada
  17. Alejandro Sanchez de Miguel - Evolution of the energy consumed by street lighting in Spain estimated with DMSP-OLS data
  18. K. Pushkala - Environment light affects the prevalence of breast cancer
  19. Christian Luginbuhl (2) - How effective are lighting codes?
  20. Miroslav Kocifaj (2) - Night-sky luminance under clear sky conditions: theory vs. experiment. Field campaign in Frýdek-Místek
  21. Martin Aubé (2) – An online mapping of sky radiance contribution and sensitivity from sky radiance model ILLUMINA.
  22. Salvador J. Ribas - Measuring Light Pollution in Montsec: a protected area
  23. Solano Lamphar - Development of a device to measure sky glow levels with the use of CCD cameras
  24. Günther Wuchterl (1) - Astronomy and World Heritage - Finding and Monitoring Starlight Reserves
  25. Günther Wuchterl (2) - Energy content and sources of urban light domes
  26. Brian Espey - Light Pollution Measurements in Ireland
  27. Jaime Zamorano - Night Sky Brightness and Light Pollution at Madrid Area
  28. Petr Závada - Environmental Zones Classification in the Czech Republic
  29. P. Ďuriš (1) – Poloniny Dark-Sky Park
  30. P. Ďuriš (2) – First results of continuous night sky brightness monitoring at Poloniny Dark-Sky Park, Slovakia
  31. Camille-Antoine Ouimet - Monitoring the sky brightness of the first international dark sky reserve at Mont-Mégantic, Canada.
  32. Nicolas Bourgeois - International Dark Sky Reserve of Pic du Midi de Bigorre: a great potential for the study of light pollution

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