• Groene Loper, Vertigo 6

    Eindhoven

    Nederland

  • P.O. Box 513, Department of the Build Environment

    5600 MB Eindhoven

    Nederland

Organisatieprofiel

Introductie / missie

Major technology advances are enabling smart lighting solutions and LED technology is linking lighting technology to the digital world. This brings a wide range of new challenges.

Highlighted phrase

Developing truly smart lighting solutions based on an optimal balance

Over de organisatie

Building Lighting (BL) is the lighting research group of the Building Physics and Services (BPS) unit at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Research addresses daylight as well as artificial lighting, including both fundamental and applied research, and evolves around people as well as technology.  Human Centric Lighting, which refers to lighting systems with some kind of intelligent behavior aiming at enh

Building Lighting (BL) is the lighting research group of the Building Physics and Services (BPS) unit at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Research addresses daylight as well as artificial lighting, including both fundamental and applied research, and evolves around people as well as technology.  Human Centric Lighting, which refers to lighting systems with some kind of intelligent behavior aiming at enhancing the quality of the built environment for the users. Application domains include work environments, public outdoor spaces and private homes.

The optimal integral design of a building requires bridging gaps and exploring synergies between light and the other physical aspects related to buildings, as well as synergies between light and the non-physical aspects of buildings. This requires knowledge of all human related aspects of lighting as well as the physics of both daylight and artificial lighting. The group works closely within the Intelligent Lighting Institute and associated industrial partners.
Light is essential for human life and functioning. It influences people’s wellbeing in physiological, psychological and biological ways. As such, light is a key element in the design of our buildings and our built environment.
The research areas Building Lighting can be summarized as:

  • Light & Energy
  • Light & Environment
  • Light & Health

Our goal is to help develop applications that optimally balance these three aspects of Human Centric Lighting.
Research covers a wide variety of interrelated topics:

  • Visual and non-visual aspects of lighting in building design in general and on office workers and elderly people in particular
  • Energy usage and sustainability
  • Sustainable and energy efficient buildings in relation to visual and non-visual user demands
  • Identifying and analyzing the parameters that lead to the creation of an optimally lit environment, and on the implementation of these parameters in the built environment
  • Embedded sensors and actuators that communicate with their environment
  • Analyzing collected data to optimize lighting system performance
  • Implementation and exploitation of daylight as a design parameter
  • Analyzing which light parameters determine whether a building is well or poorly designed

ancing the quality of the built environment for the users. Application domains include work environments, public outdoor spaces and private homes.

The optimal integral design of a building requires bridging gaps and exploring synergies between light and the other physical aspects related to buildings, as well as synergies between light and the non-physical aspects of buildings. This requires knowledge of all human related aspects of lighting as well as the physics of both daylight and artificial lighting. The group works closely within the Intelligent Lighting Institute and associated industrial partners.

Light is essential for human life and functioning. It influences people’s wellbeing in physiological, psychological and biological ways. As such, light is a key element in the design of our buildings and our built environment.

The research areas Building Lighting can be summarized as:

  • Light & Energy
  • Light & Environment
  • Light & Health

Our goal is to help develop applications that optimally balance these three aspects of Human Centric Lighting.

Research covers a wide variety of interrelated topics:

  • Visual and non-visual aspects of lighting in building design in general and on office workers and elderly people in particular
  • Energy usage and sustainability
  • Sustainable and energy efficient buildings in relation to visual and non-visual user demands
  • Identifying and analyzing the parameters that lead to the creation of an optimally lit environment, and on the implementation of these parameters in the built environment
  • Embedded sensors and actuators that communicate with their environment
  • Analyzing collected data to optimize lighting system performance
  • Implementation and exploitation of daylight as a design parameter
  • Analyzing which light parameters determine whether a building is well or poorly designed

Vingerafdruk Duik in de onderzoeksthema's waar Building Lighting actief is. Deze onderwerplabels komen voort uit het werk van deze leden van de organisatie. Samen vormen ze een unieke vingerafdruk.

Lighting Engineering en materiaalwetenschappen
work environment Sociale wetenschappen
Glare Engineering en materiaalwetenschappen
Health Engineering en materiaalwetenschappen
Energy conservation Engineering en materiaalwetenschappen
Luminance Engineering en materiaalwetenschappen
Energy utilization Engineering en materiaalwetenschappen
Office buildings Engineering en materiaalwetenschappen

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Profielen

Foto van Mariëlle P.J. Aarts

Mariëlle P.J. Aarts

Persoon: UD : Universitair Docent

20012019
Geen foto van Sila Akman Asik

Sila Akman Asik, MSc

Persoon: TOIO : Technologisch Ontwerper In Opleiding

Foto van Myriam B.C. Aries

Myriam B.C. Aries

Persoon: UD : Universitair Docent

20022019

Projecten 2016 2020

OptiLight

Linnartz, J. M. G., Bonarius, J. H., de Kort, Y. A. W., Smolders, K. C. H. J., Vogels, I. M. L. C., Peeters, S. T., Dangol, R., Kruisselbrink, T. W., Özçelebi, T., Eijkemans, C., Vereggen - Tielemans, T., Vereggen - Tielemans, T., de Kort, Y. A. W. & Hegh, L.

1/11/1631/10/20

Project: Onderzoek direct

Onderzoeksoutput 2000 2020

1 Citaat (Scopus)
1 Downloads (Pure)

A comparison of lighting control strategies for open offices

Lashina, T., van der Vleuten-Chraibi, S., Despenic, M., Shrubsole, P., Rosemann, A. & van Loenen, E., 1 feb 2019, In : Building and Environment. 149, blz. 68-78 11 blz.

Onderzoeksoutput: Bijdrage aan tijdschriftTijdschriftartikelAcademicpeer review

work environment
Lighting
resetting
office
comparison
5 Citaties (Scopus)
7 Downloads (Pure)

A morphological approach for kinetic façade design process to improve visual and thermal comfort: Review

Hosseini, M., Mohammadi, M., Rosemann, A., Schröder, T. & Lichtenberg, J., 15 apr 2019, In : Building and Environment. 153, blz. 186-204 19 blz.

Onderzoeksoutput: Bijdrage aan tijdschriftArtikel recenserenAcademicpeer review

Thermal comfort
kinetics
Kinetics
climate
literature review
49 Downloads (Pure)

Angle-dependent optical properties of advanced fenestration systems—finding a right balance between model complexity and prediction error

Capperucci, R., Loonen, R. C. G. M., Hensen, J. L. M. & Rosemann, A. L. P., 1 feb 2019, In : Building Simulation. 12, 1, blz. 113-127 15 blz.

Onderzoeksoutput: Bijdrage aan tijdschriftTijdschriftartikelAcademicpeer review

Open Access
Bestand
Optical properties
Liquid crystals
Energy efficiency
Glass

Prijzen

Bachelor lecturer of the year 2017

Alexander L.P. Rosemann (Ontvanger), 7 jun 2018

Prijs: AndersOverigWetenschappelijk

education

COINS grand challenge

C. Bakker, de (Ontvanger), 8 feb 2017

Prijs: AndersOverigWetenschappelijk

Fulbright scholarship

C. Bakker, de (Ontvanger), 22 mei 2018

Prijs: AndersBeurzenWetenschappelijk

Activiteiten 2002 2019

Journal of Daylighting (Tijdschrift)

Thijs W. Kruisselbrink (Lid redactieraad)
28 nov 2019

Activiteit: Types publicaties van collegiale toetsing en redactioneel werkPublicatie peer-reviewWetenschappelijk

The Daylight Academy (DLA) (Externe organisatie)

Mariëlle P.J. Aarts (Voorzitter)
14 nov 201915 nov 2019

Activiteit: Types lidmaatschapLidmaatschap van commissieProfessioneel

The Bee-Eye: een praktische luminantie camera geschikt voor IoT applicaties.

Thijs W. Kruisselbrink (Spreker)
13 nov 2019

Activiteit: Types gesprekken of presentatiesAangemelde presentatieProfessioneel

Scripties/masterproeven

An explorative study on daylight, view and stress in an operating theatre

Auteur: Weltevrede, A., 24 sep 2019

Begeleider: Aarts, M. (Afstudeerdocent 1), van Loenen, E. (Afstudeerdocent 2) & Morsink, K. (Afstudeerdocent 2)

Scriptie/masterproef: Master

Experimental and computational study on the visual and thermal performance of the Lumiduct façade system

Auteur: van Oirschot, T., 31 aug 2018

Begeleider: Hensen, J. (Afstudeerdocent 1), Loonen, R. (Afstudeerdocent 2) & Varela Souto, A. (Afstudeerdocent 2)

Scriptie/masterproef: Master

Bestand

Glare quantification for indoor volleyball

Auteur: Pakkert, M., 31 aug 2017

Begeleider: Rosemann, A. (Afstudeerdocent 1), van Duijnhoven, J. (Afstudeerdocent 2) & Donners, M. (Externe coach)

Scriptie/masterproef: Master

Bestand