Lighting : Lighting April 2016 - Vol 36 Issue 2
56 LIGHTING MAGAZINE | April/May 2016 CONTRIBUTORS CLAIRE THOMPSON Claire has been working as a writer, editor and communicator for over 10 years. She has extensive experience in the health, education and R&D sectors and has worked as both a corporate communicator and creative writer. A keen reader of everything from poetry to technical manuals, Claire approaches her writing and editing work with the belief that everybody has a story worth telling. She is currently writing extensively on research and technology development and commercialisation for organisations that include the University of Technology Sydney and Gemaker. She has lived and worked in Canberra and Montreal and is now based in Sydney. WENDY DAVIS Wendy Davis is an Associate Professor, Associate Dean (Education), and Director of the Illumination Design program in the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning. She is interested in applications of emerging and next-generation lighting technologies for illumination. Her research also addresses ways to quantify the properties of light sources and illumination that correspond to human visual perception, with a particular focus on colour characteristics. email@example.com SAM CHARLWOOD Sam is a Sydney-based journalist with experience covering national issues for one of Australia’s largest media companies. He has been working as a full-time writer for the past six years. Sam currently covers the automotive sector, an area which has opened his eyes to industries such as lighting, metal casting and fabrication. A curious learner, Sam relishes the challenge of tackling new subjects and is an avid believer that we all learn something new every day. firstname.lastname@example.org DORUKALP (ALP) DURMUS Alp has a BSc in electrical engineering and an MSc in architectural lighting design. He is currently a PhD candidate in the University of Sydney where he focuses on photometry and colorimetry. His research project investigates the energy saving potential by optimising spectral power distribution for object reflectance. Alp continues to work as a lighting designer and tutor at the Illumination Design programme in the University of Sydney. email@example.com PAUL WILSON Paul Wilson (TechIES) is an independent lighting designer and senior consultant with Xyst Ltd and is a Certified International Park Professional (CIPP). Xyst specialises in providing consulting services to the parks and recreation sector principally in Australia and New Zealand. Paul is a graduate of the Massey University Graduate Certificate in Science and Technology (Lighting). http://xyst.biz/lighting firstname.lastname@example.org DongGuan | China THE HIGHEST COST EFFECTIVE THE WORLD OF FLOOD LIGHT FLOOD LIGHT THE HIGHEST HIGH BAY COST EFFECTIVE THE WORLD OF HIGH BAY 15W/30W/50W/80W/100W/150W/220W/300W Wattage Voltage Efficacy 90Lm/W 120~277V AC 50W/100W/150W/200W Wattage Voltage Efficacy Reflector 100Lm/W Aluminum 60°/120°, PC 120~277V AC We are professional manufacturer dedicatee on OEM and ODM design and manufacture for Branded Lighting Company & Channel Seller of all the world. We provide you the highest cost-effective LED lighting fixtures.
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