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Explore, evaluate and educate yourself on the latest technology, products and services in advanced lighting and controls!

Whether you’re a customer, contractor, industry professional or manufacturer, the Michigan Advanced Lighting Conference is a leading event to learn about the advantages of these dynamic technologies. Learn how you can reduce energy and operating costs, provide superior light quality, improve health and wellness, enhance security, leverage controls and smart lighting, and improve your bottom line.

This annual event has become the place where the end-users, service-providers and manufacturers that make up Michigan’s advanced lighting ecosystem come together to learn, share ideas and case studies, conduct business and explore the latest technology. Join us on October 29th to discover how you can harness the power of advanced lighting to enhance the spaces where we work, live and play.

2015 Keynote: Beyond Illumination: Expanding Possibilities in Experience, Health, and Wellness through Lighting Innovations

Advanced lighting technology – digital, connected and intelligent – presents a plethora of additional benefits beyond energy savings. The presentation will cover benefits beyond illumination in different domains from healthcare to homes and cities. Different examples will illustrate these trends and some of the new business models associated with them.

Meet the speaker

Nadya Piskun PhotoNadya Piskun PhD is the director of engineering, head of global controller hardware and architecture luminaries R&D, Philips Lighting. She leads multisite organization and works closely with Philips business groups around the world. Previously, she led the diode laser characterization group at Polaroid Semiconductor division and was a member of the system integration group at AGFA for solid-state laser lithography in printing application. Nadya received her PhD in physics from Ohio State University conducting research on OLED technology development. She held Fellow and Instructor positions at Harvard Medical School, holding a patent on a Pediatric Vision Screener based on LED technology. In 2013 she published “Color consistency reliability of LED systems” chapter in the Solid State Lighting Technology and Application series.

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