SLL announces Young Lighter finalists

The Society of Light & Lighting is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2011 Young Lighter of the Year competition.

The competition provides a chance for young lighting students and professionals to investigate a lighting subject of their choice, with the opportunity to gain professional recognition if they are selected as the ‘SLL Young Lighter of the Year’.

Following the submission of a written paper, the short-listed candidates have been whittled down to four finalists who, together with the Republic of Ireland regional winner, will be offered the chance to present their papers at the ARC show in January.

The five finalists and their chosen subjects are:

  • Kerem Asfurglu – Water as Daylight Control
  • Stylianos Axiotakis – Defining Chromatic Light Pollution
  • James Duff – An Examination into the use of Compact Fluorescent Lamps in the Domestic Environment – (Republic of Ireland Young Lighter winner)
  • Christopher Knowlton – User controlled environments within intelligent architectural spaces
  • Jemima Unwin – Night Lighting in Hospital Wards

At January’s presentation ceremony, three prizes will be awarded, best written paper selected by ILP, best presentation chosen by Worshipful Company of Lightmongers and the overall winner judged by SLL.

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