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Early Bird Registration for IESANZ 2019 Conference Closes This Month!

06 May 2019


Join IESANZ at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 21-22 November 2019 for the inaugural IESANZ 2019 Conference: Light in Focus.

This two day program consists of invited international keynote speakers and a mix of plenary and concurrent sessions.

Focusing on topics that matter most to the lighting industry, Light in Focus will explore the creation and application of Human-Centred Design in lighting, and expand the conversation across engineering, construction, design, product development and technology.

Visit the conference website to view the preliminary program and to register.


Registration Prices:

  • Early Bird closes Friday 31 May 2019.

  • Member Full Registration $815 (save $160) 

  • Non-Member Full Registration $975 (Save $150)

  • Member One Day Registration $500

  • Non-Member One Day Registration $600

  • Student Registration $275

Exclusive One-Day Human-Centric Lighting Workshop

Offered exclusively to delegates of the 2019 Conference, IESANZ have arranged a full-day workshop where delegates can join an intimate group of peers and learn the latest research in human-centric lighting.

Led by two of the IESANZ international keynote speakers, Mariana G. Figueiro and Mark S Rea will discuss the following:

  • Basics of the human retina and neural channels

  • Benefit metrics related to human centric lighting

  • Visual Performance, both on-axis and off-axis

  • Glare, both disability and discomfort

  • Brightness perception, both indoor and outdoor

  • Circadian system regulation, both daytime and night-time

  • Limitations of current lighting metrics (e.g., CCT, lux) in specifying human centric lighting

  • Laboratory and field studies applying the benefit metrics

  • Design patterns for implementing human centric lighting solutions


Date:      Wednesday 20 November 2019

Time:      9:00am - 5:00pm

Venue:    Garden Rooms, Level 1, Crown Towers, Crown Melbourne

Cost:       Member $450,  Non-Member $525, Student $200

Capacity:This workshop is strictly limited to the first 50 registrations

Visit the conference website for further details and to register.

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