March 21, 2017 - 14:00 - 15:30 GMT
Jan De Boer
Jan de Boer of Fraunhofer Institute of Building Physics in Stuttgart and the project manager (Operating Agent) for IEA SHC Task 50: Advanced Lighting Solutions for Retrofitting Buildings will discuss an integrative approach to allocate potentials in lighting retrofits.
Bio: Jan de Boer – 1994: Diploma (M.Sc.) in Electrical Engineering at the University of Bochum. 1994-1995: Consulting engineer in a lighting design office. 1995-1996: Research associate at the Chair of Building Physics at the University of Stuttgart. Since 1996: group manager Lighting Technology and Passive Solar Systems in the Department of Energy Efficiency and Indoor Climate at the Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics (IBP) in Stuttgart. 2004: PhD at the University of Stuttgart. Since 2005: teaching assignment at the University of Stuttgart. 2009 Master of Business Administration at the RWTH Aachen and HSG St. Gallen. Member and coordinator of several standardization commissions and working groups on energy efficient lighting. Speaker of the scientific technical Committee of the LiTG on the topic “daylighting”. Operating agent IEA-SHC Task 50 “Advanced Lighting Solutions for Retrofitting Buildings”.
Martine Knoop of the Technical University of Berlin will discuss the technical retrofit solutions for daylighting, electric lighting and light management.
Bio: Martine Knoop is a Lecturer at the Technische Universität (TU) Berlin. She received her PhD degree from the Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology in 2000. Before taking up her assignment at the TU Berlin, she was a senior application specialist at Philips Lighting, the Netherlands and part-time visiting professor at Eindhoven University of Technology. She was chair of the CIE technical committee looking into quality measures for indoor lighting with LED lighting systems (CIE publication 205:2013). Her current research projects look into the unique characteristics of daylight responsible for the user preference for this light source, in order to promote and improve daylight design, as well as to develop new adaptive electric lighting solutions, to enhance user well-being and performance in indoor spaces. She was the Leader of Subtask B: Daylighting and Electric Lighting System Solutions within IEA SHC Task 50: Advanced Lighting Solutions for Retrofitting Buildings.
Simon Wössner of Fraunhofer Institut of Building Physics in Stuttgart will present the interactive electronic source book and toolbox, The Lighting Retrofit Adviser.
Bio: Civil engineering studies at the University of Stuttgart. Since 2002 research associate in the department of heat technology at the Fraunhofer Institute of Building Physics, Stuttgart. He is experienced in developing and implementing software concepts. (EnEVnet, Energy Concept Adviser, Talisys, IBP18599kernel, Tool for complex fenestration systems). Contributor in various IEA projects (Task31, Annex36, Annex 46) Leads module 3 of the German EnerKey Project.