Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Workshop, seminar, course or exhibition › Scientific
1. Students will be able to explain why we have color vision, what light is, how light interacts with materials and the visual system.
2. Students will be able to list the basic components of the human visual system and describe the major processes involved in the conscious perception of light and color.
3. Students will be able to define key concepts and quantities in radiometry, photometry and basic colorimetry, be able to explain the differences between them and select the appropriate measures (quantities) for a given task.
4. Students will be able to list the most commonly used color differences formula, color spaces and color appearance models, to discuss their basic structure and differences, and to relate their structure to the basic processes involved in color vision.
5. Students will be able to be able to list and discuss the most important factors determining light quality (CCT, Duv, CRI, UGR, uniformity and flicker).
6. Students will be able to explain color rendition and list, discuss and differentiate between different approaches and color rendition measures published in literature. They will also be able to explain and use the IES TM30 color rendition framework to evaluate light color rendition of white light sources.
7. Students will be able to describe the basic concepts in human centric lighting.
8. Students will be able to calculate the quantities, measures and indices discussed in this course using the Python package for lighting and color science, Luxpy, or implement a Python function according to its definition in literature.
9. Students can report on the key ideas, methodology and findings in a standard, a technical report or a scientific paper on lighting and color science.