PRESS RELEASE: London’s Royal Institute hosts lighting event on 22nd February 2016

TRILUX brings successful Akademie event to London

Expert speakers offer insights into Light for Life: Human Centric Lighting at free one-day seminar

  • The London event will offer examples of good practice while encouraging open discussion on the latest research, case studies and future applications.
  • Speakers from leading universities and practising lighting engineers will be sharing their insights.
  • This free-to-attend event has a maximum of 80 participants, so early booking is recommended

 The Royal Institute in London will be host to a free one-day seminar on Light for Life: Human Centric Lighting on the 22nd February 2016.

Confirmed Speakers include:

  • Debra Skene – Professor of Neuroendrocrinology – University of Surrey
  • Rob Lucas – Professor of Neurobiology – Manchester University
  • Luke Price – Public Health England

Further speakers will be added to the list shortly.

The aim of the conference is to encourage discussion and debate on the latest research into human-centric lighting. Speakers will be demonstrating the dynamic and multi-facted aspects of how light affects building occupants. The focus will be very much on current examples of practical applications, and where they might lead in the future.

The event is suitable for lighting designers, electrical consultants, architects, facilities managers and all those with an interest in the effect of light on humans. Full details and online registration are available at

Rebecca Ryan, head of the Trilux Akademie in the UK, says:  “The London Light for Life day follows a highly successful 2015 event in Manchester where lighting experts gathered for a fascinating day of learning, discussion and practical insights.”

For more information and to register for attendance please visit


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