Aicha Diakite-Kortlever is a researcher and lighting engineer working in the field of daylighting, sustainable urban planning and environmental modelling. She is currently based in Berlin, completing her PhD at the Chair of Lighting Technology at the Technische Universität Berlin (TUB). Her doctoral research proposes spectral sky models to enable the integration of new daylighting strategies into the design of urban structures that support people’s well-being. Aicha received several awards for her work including the H.-J.-Helwig-Prize 2014 by the German Society of Lighting Technology, the Hans-Peter-Willumeit-Award by the Center of Human-Machine Systems and the Clara-von-Simson-Prize honoring women in science and engineering by the TUB.



Module B4.4

Alessandra Reggiani is a lighting designer architect. Her Studio AR lighting is based in Rome and it has been operating for 25 years and it’s highly specialized in lighting design. Her activity is mainly oriented in the field of Cultural Heritage – monuments, museums, archaeological sites, churches, historical buildings,….- but her activity also involved in other sectors such as offices, residential, retail… She’s particularly interested in the relationship between light, colours and surfaces (material and finishes) and really fascinated by a multisensorial approach in the design. She’s a teacher at IED – European Design Institute of Rome (a Lighting design course, 2nd year of the Design graduate program), at AANT – Academy of Arts and New Technologies in Rome (course in Lighting Design, 2nd and 3rd year of the Design graduate program and Director and teacher at the I level Master in Lighting Design). She’s also a lecturer at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. She’s the author of many publications, she collaborates with specialized magazines and she’s a member of the National Committee of AIDI – Italian Lighting Association. ALESSANDRA IS ON MODULES B2.5 AND B2.6



Mod. B2.5, B2.6

Angel is a sustainability and building simulation consultant with primary focus on daylight and visual human centric studies. Angel has a background in building engineering from the Polytechnic University on Madrid and a masters in sustainability from Lund University. He currently works for ACC glass and façade consultants at Stockholm. With a deep understanding of advanced daylight and view metrics, Angel has a wide portfolio of projects with both domestic and international certification systems. Together with Paul Rogers, he has participated in the development of the LEED pilot credit for Nordic Countries and assists Paul Rogers in his work with the WELL (IWBI) certification Light Concept Advisory Board. Angel has also served as assistant teacher for daylight courses at KADK university of Copenhagen and KTH university of Stockholm. Academic involvement also includes supervision of thesis work at KTH.



Module B4.6

Barbara Gherri is an Associate professor in Architectural Engineering at the University of Parma (IT) with more than 10 years of daylighting experience. Her primary interest in daylighting is about the integration of daylighting as a strategy to enhance indoor and outdoor thermal comfort. She is very passionate about the history of daylighting architecture and bioclimatic design. Her major focus is currently on urban open spaces' resilience to climate change, with reference to Nature-Based Solutions and passive design strategies. Moreover, the interest for sustainable use of innovative and vernacular building materials for the building envelope couple to energy-performance design and the retrofit of existing buildings, as well as on daylight evaluation, with regards to static and dynamic calculation methods and measurements. She is the author of two books on Daylight Assessment and Daylight calculation methods in buildings. Her works have been published in national and international Journals. Her publication can be found at: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Barbara-Gherri



Module B3.1

Carlo Micono is currently a Partner of Ai Studio and collaborates with Ai Engineering S.r.l. coordinating the Façade Engineering and Sustainability department. He has been involved in over 50 projects, from tender stage to construction phases and has collaborated with Italian excellence of the architectural scene, such as One Works, Massimiliano Fuksas, 5 + 1AA, Cino Zucchi and Carlo Ratti Associati. He is Adjunct Professor at the Politecnico di Torino in the Master Science Course in ‘Architecture for Sustainability’, and has been appointed “Ambassador of Design” for the General Consulate of Italy in Jerusalem, during the 2019 edition of the “Italian Design Day” promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.



B2.2, B2.4, B3.4

Cecilia Canziani is an independent curator and adjunct professor of Contemporary Art History at the University of Rome Tor Vergata and the American University in Rome and IED Rome.  Recent curatorial projects: I say I Galleria Nazionale di Arte Moderna di Roma, with Lara Conte and Paola Ugolini (February 2021), Anastasia Potemkina, MAXXI Aquila (January 2021); The right measure  with artist Chiara Camoni (ongoing - Palazzo Bentivoglio, Bologna 2018; Murate Art District Firenze 2019; Società delle api, Grasse 2019, MOSTYN, UK; 2020 GAM, Torino 2020); Autoritratti. Bettina Buck/Chiara Camoni (Murate Art District, Florence 2019); Shape, color, taste, sound and smell. Adelaide Cioni / Guy Mees (p420, Bologna 2019), She regularly collaborates with Flash Art, and her texts appear in catalogs and monographs. She is co-founder of the art publishing project Les Cerises and of the curatorial space IUNO.


Module B2.6

Eftychia Stamataki is an architectural enginner with a specialization in daylight and solar shading of highly glazed buildings. She has 2 years of professional experience as an architect and for the past 3 years she is working as a daylight specialist in ACC Glas och Fasadkonult.  Eftychia's specialization lies within daylight certifications and daylight and sunlight access in urban level. In her dreams spaces are well lit and daylight and electrical light work together towards a more sustainable and well-lit world!



Module B4.6

Eleonora Brembilla is an Assistant Professor in the Building Physics and Services group at the TU Delft Faculty of Architecture, in The Netherlands.  Her expertise is in daylight modelling and monitoring, including annual daylight simulation, weather files, solar radiation data, and operational daylight performance. Her PhD thesis “Applicability of Climate-Based Daylight Modelling” tackled current daylight simulation practice and unveiled the uncertainties found in widespread daylight performance metrics. She is actively collaborating with industrial companies and with professional associations, such as the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and the International Building Performance Simulation Association (IBPSA).



Module B5.4

Emanuele Naboni (BArch, MArch, MPhil, PhD in Building Science, LEED AP, Licensed Architect) is, since 2010, Associate Professor at the Institute of Technology of the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen, School of Architecture (KADK). He teaches and researchers in the field of Sustainable Design at different scales: Urban, Buildings and Components with a focus in linking Ecosystems and Humans via Performative, yet qualitative, Design. He is teaching at various Programs, with a major focus on the Master of Architecture in Extreme Climates, and he is Co-director of the Building Performance Simulation Lab, which focuses on Environment simulation. He teaches in the PhD School running a course on Research Methods. Emanuele worked for years in the field of sustainable design contributing to 47 buildings design, 36 of which are built. He sketches and draws sustainable architectural designs, performs simulation, measures post construction performances. He consulted foremost international architectural offices including BIG, William McDonough and Mario Cucinella Architects, with his office e3Lab founded in 2010 (www.e3lab.org). He has consulted for the implementation of sustainable strategies for a series of Sustainable systems in USA, Europe, and Asia and developed new façade types for various manufacturers that are now in the market (2003-13). He consulted Autodesk for the development of Building Performance Simulation Tools for building performance modelling. Emanuele was sustainable design specialist and analyst at the “Performance Design Studio” of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP for 4 years. He developed prefabricated facades prototypes with a spin-off of Gehry Technologies. He won several sustainable design competitions. His projects and research are published in magazines such as DETAIL, Architectural Record, Domus.


Module B3.0

Federica Corbisiero is graduated in Building Engineering-Architecture at University of Naples Federico II with a research thesis in Lighting Design and Architectural Drawing. She studied the use of Virtual Reality in the lighting design research field.



Mod. B3.2, B3.3

Federica Giuliani is a researcher in the Faculty of Engineering at the Università Niccolò Cusano, Rome, Italy. Her research work focuses on design processes and the integration of daylight. She is also an architect and therefore tries to integrate knowledge from her profession into her research work. She profoundly believes in the importance of a holistic approach that can combine design needs and requirements with building technology. She both leads the international projects DAYKE (Daylighting Knowledge in Europe) and NLITED (New Level of Integrated TEchniques for Daylighting education). She is a member of the CIE-Italia and TC 3-54.



Mod. B2.1, B2.4

Federica Pompili is an art historian. She graduated from the Faculty of Cultural heritage studies, University of Tuscia. She has a 1st Level Master degree in Landscape. She also works as a Licensed tourist guide in Rome.



Module B2.1

Francesca Fragliasso, MSc, PhD is a researcher in Lighting Design and Building Physics. Her research activity deal with lighting, daylighting, strategies for interaction between daylight and electric light, smart lighting systems and automatic controls, non-visual effects of lighting, lighting for cultural heritage. She is member of Italian Lighting Association (AIDI) and of the Italian National Committee of the CIE (Commission Internationale d’Éclairage), Division 3 - Interior Environment and Lighting Design.



Module B3.2

Francesco De Luca (PhD, Architect) is Senior Researcher at Tallinn University of Technology. His work stands at the intersection of architectural and urban design, performance analysis, environmental and computational design and is finalized to develop solutions, methods and tools to help planners and designers tackling the pressing issues of resource depletion, healthiness and climate change. He has been Lecturer at Sapienza University of Rome and Visiting Associate Professor at TalTech Tartu College. He lectured in several universities among which Aalto University, Oslo School of Architecture, Cornell University, TU Delft, University of Oulu and Université de Montréal. He is author of several peer-reviewed publications for journals and presented his work at conferences such as SimAUD, IBPSA, CAAD Futures, eCAADe and ACADIA. He participated in several research programmes such as Central Baltic Cooperation in Energy Efficiency & Feasibility in Urban Planning, Centre of Excellence in Zero Energy and Resource Efficient Smart Buildings and Districts and Finest Twins Smart City Center of Excellence. During his practice as chartered architect he received awards in architectural design competitions and he realized buildings which received the EDGE certification for energy efficiency through passive design solutions.



Module B3.1

Giovanni Traverso, is a practicing Architect and Lighting Designer. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Venice (IUAV), Italy and he specialized on daylight at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, UK. In 1994 he has been nominated CIBSE Young Lighter of the Year for his art gallery daylight control system. Giovanni is the founder of Traverso-Vighy Architetti studio, based in Vicenza, Italy; specializing in sustainable architecture and experimental projects, related to the use of light. The practice is dedicated to sharing and inspiring the idea of a more people-centric architecture & landscape design, with awareness on the experience of well-being and environmental conservation. The zero energy building Tvzeb, the social farm Corte Bertesina, and the new Salvagnini Headquarters in Sarego (Italy) and Cincinnati (USA) are recent examples of the studio design approach. Giovanni has taught courses in daylight, artificial lighting and architecture at the Sapienza University of Rome (2004), and at the University of Venice (2003, 2004, 2009). He directed in 2012 the University of Frlorida “Daylight Thinking” summer course, Veneto/Italy . He is currently a lecturer at the School of Architecture at University of Florida/USA (2007-present). He is an author of Modelling Daylight: A Manual for Natural Light Experimentation, this book is also available in Italian and German language.



Module B2.0



Mod. B2.2, B2.4

Graduated in architecture at Roma Tre University in 2004, he’s been working with VELUX Italia for 12 years, first as a technical consultant and then as a training specialist. Since 2017, he’s been involved in research, consultancy and especially training on the issue of natural lighting in architecture, providing courses and workshops for professionals and students all over Italy. He has active collaborations with Roma Tre University and Politecnico di Milano and since march 2021 writes a regular column on the renowned monthly magazine Arketipo, where he investigates and comments projects and processes connected to professional daylighting design in architecture. He’s particularly interested in the way daylight and sunlight are normally conceived and used in ordinary projects, especially residential buildings (both new buildings and renovations) and in the way this topic is treated in cultural and academic contexts but especially by small design firms and single architects while they deal with local and national standards, regulations and approval processes, local market. In the last few years, he’s trying to build a methodology for reading the relationship between daylight and the built space and to drive the architectural process in a consistent way, based on quantitative tools and visual categories and supported by a continuous research on language and definitions.



Module B2.3

Giuseppe De Michele is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Renewable Energy at Eurac Research. He carries out his research within the Energy Efficient Building group focusing on the development of methodologies to evaluate the thermo-optical performance of Complex Fenestration Systems by means of simulations and measurements.



Module B5.4

Helle Foldbjerg Rasmussen is Head of Performance & Simulations at MicroShade A/S. She holds a M.Sc. in Engineering from Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and has more than 20 years of experience working with Daylight, Indoor climate and Energy in buildings. Her works focus on solar shadings and the complex balance of the façade for contributing to more sustainable buildings. Helle is a member of CEN and ISO standardization committees on Daylight.



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Module B4.4

Jens Christoffersen joined the VELUX Group in 2010, where he work in the Knowledge Center for Daylight, Energy and Indoor Climate group (DEIC). Jens completed his PhD at the Technical University of Denmark in 1995 and worked at the Danish Building Research Institute until he moved to VELUX. In VELUX, the role of Jens Christoffersen and the department is to be knowledge and competence centre in the area of daylight, energy and indoor climate – related to the effects of VELUX products in buildings. In addition, Jens has been active in the development of the European Standard EN 17037 Daylight in Buildings, and a member of several international standardization committees.



Mod. B4.5, B4.5a

John Mardaljevic is the founder/director of Daylight Experts Ltd. Previously, he held the position of Professor of Building Daylight Modelling at Loughborough University (UK). He has been at the forefront of applied daylighting research for over 25 years. Following the definitive daylight validation study on Radiance, he pioneered Climate-Based Daylight Modelling. Practice-based work includes: The New York Times Building; Central Park Tower; and, acting as Expert Witness in major rights to light cases. He served as the 'UK Principal Expert on Daylight' for the European Committee for Standardisation (2011-2019), and is an Associate Editor for Lighting Research & Technology.



Module B5.0

Katja Bülow is an architect educated at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture. She specialises in daylight and artificial light as integrated elements within architecture. She is Associate Professor in Architectural Lighting at Institute of Architecture and Design at The Royal Danish Academy - Architecture, Design and Conservation. She is responsible for the Light Lab facilities of the Academy, is a lecturer and consultant within the subject of architectural lighting and affiliated to the master program “Spatial Design” as tutor. Her teaching and research focus is the experience and meaning of light and how these are closely connected to architectural concepts and strategies. She is a member of the institute’s research cluster on light in design and architecture and the research centre “Centre of Interior Studies”. https://adk.elsevierpure.com/da/persons/katja-b%C3%BClow



Module B4.1

Laura Bellia, MSc, PhD is full professor of Lighting Technology and Building Physics. Her research's interests include lighting, daylighting, smart lighting systems and automatic controls, non-visual effects of lighting, lighting for cultural heritage. She led national research programs about indoor lighting quality and daylight harvesting. Currently, she acts as technical-scientific manager in the Italian Lighting Association (AIDI). She is member of the IES (Illuminating Engineering Society) of North America. She is scientific manager of the Italian National Committee of the CIE (Commission Internationale d’Éclairage), Official Member of the CIE Division 6 “Photobiology and Photochemistry” and co-chair of the CIE JTC 6 “Energy Performance of Lighting in Buildings”.



Module B3.2

Mandana S. Khanie is an Assistant Professor in Daylighting and Lighting at the section for Indoor Environment at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). She specializes in daylighting and visual comfort through her research at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), at the Laboratory of Performance-Integrated Design (LIPID), and later on at DTU. Her research and teaching focus on façade strategies, integrated lighting and daylighting strategies, gaze–photometry, human performance, and exposure-response characterization to spectral lighting.  Mandana is currently the course responsible for a highly populated course at DTU on Daylighting and Lighting in buildings where different aspects of the two topics from façade strategies, performance, and visual comfort and health potentials to calculations and evaluations related to then are taught through exercises, examples, and cases. Since she joined DTU, she has supervised several master and bachelor students where they have explored indoor quality where light, acoustics, overheating and natural ventilation. She has been funded externally from different resources, which has enabled her initiate a daylighting lab at the section of indoor environment with research and education prospects.



Mod. B5.2, B5.3

Marcello is an Italian architect. He spent the first decade of his career in Italy, collecting experience in the field of construction and being acquainted with the burdens and honors of the profession. After he attended a master in sustainable architecture at the Danube University of Krems - Lower Austria, he moved to Vienna dealing mainly with sustainability and cooperating with the Architect Georg Reinberg. In 2018, he founded his own office in Vienna and he undertook the role of independent researcher in the field of sustainability and regenerative architecture and cities. He was member of the COST Action RESTORE; currently he is a member of the COST Action Positive-Energy-Districts European Networks and he cooperates with Georg Reinberg in the research Vitality District Project on Building Integrated Photovoltaic. He is co- organizer of the Green.Building.Solutions Summer University in Vienna where he is also lecturer on the topics of daylight optimization in buildings and outdoor comfort. He was keynote speaker on the topics of Passive House standard and regenerative architecture in many conferences in China. From November 2021 he is PhD candidate at the University of Parma, Italy, on the topic of climate change resilience and design of Nature Base Solutions.



Module B3.1

Marie-Claude Dubois is senior lecturer at the Swedish University of Agriculture Sciences and associate professor at the Department of Architecture and the Built Environment, Lund University, Sweden. She has previously worked as expert on sustainable design for White architects (2012-2020), after employments as associate professor (2003-2010) at Laval University, Canada, and senior researcher (2001-2003) within the Daylight Group of the Danish Building Research Institute. After award of a PhD at the Faculty of Engineering of Lund University (2001), she has contributed to more 50 peer-reviewed scientific communications in the field of daylighting, building simulation, solar shading, solar energy and climatic design. She has previously been Subtask leader of International Energy Agency Task 50 (Lighting Retrofit) and Task 41 (Solar Energy and Architecture).


Module B1.1, B2.1

Mark S. Rea, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Department of Population Health Science and Policy at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He was formerly Professor of Architecture and Cognitive Sciences at the Lighting Research Center (LRC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and served as LRC Director from 1988 to 2017. Dr. Rea is well known for his research in circadian photobiology, mesopic vision, psychological responses to light, lighting engineering, and visual performance. He is the author of more than 250 scientific and technical articles related to vision, lighting engineering, and human factors and was the editor-in-chief of the 8th and 9th editions of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) Lighting Handbook. He has been elected Fellow of the Society of Light and Lighting (UK) and Fellow of the IES. In addition, he is recipient of the IES Medal. Rea has also been honored with the William H. Wiley Distinguished Faculty Award for those who have won the respect of the faculty at Rensselaer through excellence in teaching, productive research, and interest in the totality of the educational process. Dedicated to the notion that our society undervalues light because we do not properly measure its benefits, his recent book Value Metrics for Better Lighting brings together a wide range of research to illustrate how the effective use of light can benefit society and the environment



Module B1.3

Marta Waczynska is a research assistant at the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Faculty of Architecture, Gdansk University of Technology. Previously, she gained project experience in architecture and lighting design. She is currently completing her PhD thesis on the improvement of urban structures in terms of an access to daylight and a view out.



Mod. B4.0, B4.5c

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Module B5.1



Mod. B5.2, B5.3

Natalia Sokol is an assistant professor at the Gdansk University of Technology with 15 years of lighting design and teaching experience. Her work with stained glass, luminaire and lighting design led her to study daylight within the built environment.  Natalia’s research for the Faculty of Architecture focuses on daylight analysis tools (PhD), user’s perception of variously lit environments, daylighting for urban design areas and daylight education. In her work with students she aims to reveal the creative, scientific and a fun side of the lighting profession. Natalia is actively engaged in daylight educational projects DAYKE (Daylighting Knowledge in Europe) – the precursor of NLITED as well as in Daylight Academy’s Educational Package on Daylight, IEA and CIE reports on daylight and electric light



Module B4.0, B4.5c

Nicolas Roy is a Senior Daylight Specialist, VELUX A/S, Daylight, Energy and Indoor Climate Department. He has extensive experience in daylight tools and design, and the main architect behind VELUX Daylight Visualizer



Module B4.5

Niko is an associate senior lecturer at Department of Architecture and Built Environment at Lund University, Sweden.  In the past nine years, Niko has been working in the field of lighting and daylighting, mixing technical and observed-based evaluation. He blends his background in engineering with principles and methods from the domains of environmental psychology and architecture. His research focuses on the role of user in driving energy saving for integrated daylighting and electric lighting solutions, targeting mainly at the role of controls. He participated in the International Energy Agency (IEA) SHC Task 50 and led Subtask D of IEA SHC Task 61 / EBC Annex 77 together with Prof Werner Osterhaus, Aarhus University. He teaches in several courses related to daylighting and lighting at graduate level at Lund University, as well as on exchange in other universities (La Sapienza, Italy and Royal University of Bhutan). He recently co-authored the book "Daylighting and lighting under a nordic sky", available in most of online book shops.



Mod. B1.0, B1.1

Architect and daylight certification specialist at ACC glass and facade consultants in Sweden. Paul is team leader to a group of eight daylight certification specialists. He is principal author of two key reports regarding the modernization of Sweden’s daylight regulations and also involved in the development of daylight criteria for the Nordic Svanen, Miljöbyggnad and Breeam-SE certification systems. He has also served on Swedish Standard Institute's (SIS) national review board for the European daylight standard EN 17037:2018 and helped to formulate the LEED pilot credit for Daylight for Nordic Projects. He is Sweden Green Building Council's and Svanen Nordic label’s designated expert on Daylight and currently serves on the WELL (IWBI) certification Light Concept Advisory Board. He is a frequent author and lecturer on the subject of daylight and founder of ‘Svensk dagsljusberäkning’ (Swedish daylight calculation) with more than 500 members on LinkedIn



Mod. B4.5d, B4.6

Pimkamol Mattsson is associate senior lecturer at the department of Architecture and Built Environment, Lund University. She is with Environmental research group. Her lighting research concerns individuals’ use of lighting and lighting controls, and how these affects energy use and mental health. The research has been conducted in different types of environments (such as home, preschool, healthcare, office and urban environments) applying theories and methods from design, technology and psychology disciplines. Pimkamol is also interested in the design of built environments from both users’ and professionals’ perspectives. Her research relates to how energy-efficiency design and solutions interact with building users including young children, persons with vision impairment as well as older adults. She has been teaching in architecture and industry design programs, lecturing on light and colour, and their impacts on individuals.



Module B1.3

Toke Rammer Nielsen is an engineer with specialisation in energy engineering and building physics educated from DTU (Technical University of Denmark). He is Associate Professor and head of section for Energy and Services at the Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, DTU, and programme coordinator for the BSc education in Architectural Engineering at DTU. His research and teaching are on subjects related to building energy efficiency in the fields of building envelope components and technical systems. This includes methods for building performance simulation and design methods for ventilation, heating and lighting systems.



Module B4.1

Thorbjörn Laike is a psychologist and a professor of Environmental Psychology at Lund University. He has been working in the field of lighting since 1990s with particular interests in non-visual effects of light and colour, and how these environmental properties affect human health, well-being, behaviour and performance. His research interests also include the difference between artificial environments and natural environments in influencing human psychological processes and behaviour. He has been teaching in architecture and industry design programs and independent courses, and has supervised doctoral students in different research fields such as Environmental Psychology, Energy and Building Design, Housing Development and Management, and Building Physics.



Mod. B1.2, B1.3

Degreed “Summa cum laude” in Architecture with a thesis on visual comfort, PhD in “Building Physics” with a thesis on daylight simulation through sun/sky simulators. In 2006-07, post-doc fellowship at the National Research Council of Canada in Ottawa (Ontario, Canada). He’s currently an Associate Professor for the Department of Energy of the Politecnico di Torino.  Research topics concern the integration of electric lighting and daylighting for both energy saving and comfort and health for the occupants of indoor and outdoor spaces (visual and non-visual effects of light). Research is carried out innovative responsive façades (microalgae as shading systems, responsive glazing – thermochromic or electrochromic), through field analyses (measurements and surveys through questionnaires), software simulations and experiments in test-rooms or real environments.  He gives lectures in many courses (degree, post-degree, PhD) on lighting and daylighting, sustainable architecture and planning, ergonomics.  He authored over 80 scientific papers, published in international Journals, receiving the Leon Gaster Award for the best paper published (2010) on ‘Light Research & Technology’, and the best paper award for a paper published in Applied Energy (2019).  He’s author of the handbook ‘Guide on daylighting design’, and of 3 paragraphs of the ‘Lighting design handbook’ and of 1 paragraph of the book “Sustainable indoor lighting”.  He’s part of CIE (Commission Internationale de l’Eclairage). He’s associate editor of ‘Journal of Daylighting’ and he serves as reviewers for several international journals.



B2.2, B2.5, B3.4, B4.5b

Yannick Sutter is a building physics engineer with a PhD on daylighting and the use of shading systems. He is the owner of the LUMIBIEN lighting consultancy and an assistant professor at the National School of Architecture of Montpellier, France. He is also a researcher at the Ambiances, Architecture, Urbanity laboratory at the National School of Architecture of Nantes, France.



Module B4.2