On November 28 and 29, 2012 the next training will take place in the CIE Central Bureau in Vienna and will be chaired by Prof. Dr. Janos Schanda.
You can participate either in “real life” in the Central Bureau in Vienna or wherever you are during the seminar by using our live streaming facility and our online training tool.
Its Goal: Summarizing fundamental differences in the measurement of traditional light sources and LEDs as well as LED modules.
Its Target group: Anybody interested in solid state lighting, the photometry and colorimetry of solid state devices, especially LEDs and LED modules.
Subjects to be covered are the following:
Fundamental differences between LEDs, LED modules and LED lamps as well as traditional light sources (LED structure, thermal differences, aging and life-time)
1. The most basic terms used with LEDs and
2. Photometry of LED devices (differences
compared to traditional light sources):
a. Gonio-photometry, with special emphasis of
absolute photometry of LED sources
b. Integrating sphere photometry
c. Spectroradiometry, with special emphasis on
band-width and stray light effects.
3. Colorimetry of LEDs and LED modules
a. Tristimulus colorimetry
b. Problems with the CIE 1931 colorimetric system
c. CIE TC 1-36 based colorimetry and
The lectures will be accompanied by demonstrations and hands-on experiments.
Please, note: places are limited and will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis.
Price: EUR 800,-- + 20% VAT. (On discounts for members, students and corporate packages for companies please contact the CIE Central Bureau at email@example.com
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. In case you tick the option “online participation” in the registration system further details as well as a guide on how to access the training will be provided to you in due course.
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