LED professional Symposium +Expo 2012 announces this year’s program

From September 25th to 27th, 2012, global key players from the fields of industry and research will be meeting in Bregenz, Austria for the second time to discuss the latest developments in LED technology.


Siegfried Luger, founder and CEO of Luger Research e.U. made the following comments about the program for 2012: “After the success of our first symposium, this year the “Call for Papers” resulted in double the amount of submissions. The high quality of the papers made the selection process extremely difficult, but with the help of our advisory board with its two new members, we were able to cover a wide area of subjects and fields of interest.  Due to the excellence of this year’s submissions, we decided to incorporate an additional session.”   


The contents of the symposium are multi-faceted, current and relevant to the subject of LEDs in relation to the Digital Agenda for Europe, research & development as well as industrial and end user applications.

There will be 8 sessions with a total of 26 presentations which will cover topics such as Disruptive LED and Light Conversion Technology, LED Optics and Electronic Systems Design, LED Production Technologies & Materials, LED System Standardisation & Measurement, LED System Reliability and LEDs in Outdoor Lighting Applications.


All speakers, including the three key note speakers are specialists in their fields and either have an academic or industrial background. Michael Ziegler (Photonics Unit at the EU Commission), Dr. Hans Nicol (Philips Lighting) and Prof. DI Andreas Schulz (CEO LichtKunstLicht AG) will address recent EU initiatives, LED technology trends, strategies for future lighting systems and challenges and opportunities of LEDs in lighting projects. The speakers will also be available for detailed technical discussions during the event.


The subject of the workshop lead by Prof. DDr. Sergei Ikovenko (MIT) is competitive patent circumvention techniques using TRIZ with examples from LED lighting and other industries.  Due to the rapidly growing amount of patent applications which is hindering further research and slowing the development process, patent circumvention techniques become a very important tool to speed up the growth of new technologies.


The Early Bird discount of 15% for delegates is available until June 30th.  To take advantage of this offer you can go to www.lps2012.com and register now.


LpS (LED professional Symposium) is Europe’s foremost LED lighting technology event for lighting experts in industry and research. The symposium covers LED lighting technologies for luminaries, lamps and modules focusing on new system approaches, latest components and the most up to date design methodologies with state-of-the-art solutions.

LED lighting technology has a big influence on the development of new lighting solutions and is applied in all stages of lighting, from light generation to optical systems and lighting measurements.  The LpS2011 was a huge success with more than 50 exhibitors, over 700 visitors, 24 speakers, 3 key note speakers and a very well received workshop.

The symposium makes dialogues between research, industry, product development and application possible and has already established itself as one of the leading LED Lighting Technology Events in Europe.

Dr. Gerhard Kuhn, Head of the worldwide team for the BU Solid State Lighting, OSRAM Opto Semiconductors commented at the 2011 event: “High class presentations and good networking opportunities. It seems that the LpS in Bregenz will become an important meeting place for solid state lighting professionals.” 

LpS 2012 is an ideal forum for discovering the latest developments, exchange ideas with specialists from industry and academia and to showcase products and services at the LpS exhibition. Information about the exhibition is available at www.lps2012.com.


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