Presentations from 2017 Solid State Lighting R&D Workshop

If you weren't able to attend the 2017 SSL R&D workshop in Long Beach, CA, you can experience and learn from some of the content that was presented with the presentaion links below.

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) continues to be a catalyst for promoting and enhancing the science and efficiency of solid state lighting.

Below are the agenda, topics and presenters from the conference. Click on the presenter name for the PDF version of the slide presentation shared at the conference. Links take you to the DOE website.

DAY 1


Workshop Welcome
James Brodrick, U.S. Department of Energy

Innovations in Solid-State Lighting
Shuji Nakamura, University of California, Santa Barbara

Turning Photons into Food: The Future of LEDs in Agriculture
Bruce Bugbee, Utah State University

Engineered Light: Action Spectrum and Beyond
Jeff Tsao, Sandia National Laboratories, Moderator
Wouter Soer, Lumileds
Po-Chieh Hung, Konica Minolta
Scott Rosenfeld, Smithsonian American Art Museum
Tessa Pocock, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Empowering Cities with Connected Lighting: Lessons from Los Angeles
Susanne Seitinger, Philips Lighting

The Storm Before the Storm: The Luminaire Industry Beyond LED Replacement
Martin Siegel, Zumtobel

Thinking Ahead for Domestic SSL Manufacturing
Mark Benguerel, Finelite
Mark Hand, Acuity Brands
Eric Haugaard, Cree
Warren Weeks, Hubbell Lighting

Workshop Mission
Morgan Pattison, SSLS, Inc.

DAY 2


DOE SSL R&D Program Direction
James Brodrick, U.S. Department of Energy

Lighting and Display Technology Synergy
Norman Bardsley, Bardsley Consulting, Moderator
Barry Young, OLED Association
Juanita Kurtin, Pacific Light Technologies
Charles Li, PlayNitride

Lighting Integration into Buildings
Monica Hansen, LED Lighting Advisors, Moderator
Scott Hershman, LF Illumination
Brad Koerner, Philips
Evan Petridis, Enlighted
Wen-Lin Tsao, Cisco

Leveraging DOE SSL R&D
Joel Chaddock, National Energy Technology Laboratory
Marc Ledbetter, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory


LED TRACK SESSIONS

Luminaire Integration, Drivers, and Controls
Morgan Pattison, SSLS, Inc., Moderator
Ramanujam Ramabhadran, GE Global Research
Alireza Safaee, Osram
Chad Stalker, Acuity Brands
Dorene Maniccia, Philips Lighting Research North America

New SSL Manufacturing Methods
Jeff Tsao, Sandia National Laboratories, Moderator
Sridhar Nimma, Eaton Corporation
Jonathan Owen, Columbia University
Seth Coe-Sullivan, Luminit
Juan Rivas-Davila, Stanford University


OLED TRACK SESSIONS

Challenges in Manufacturing
Norman Bardsley, Bardsley Consulting, Moderator
Michael Boroson, OLEDWorks
Herman Schoo, Holst Centre
Chris Brown, Kateeva
David Rowe, 3M

Product Design and Integration
Moderator: Lisa Pattison, SSLS, Inc.
Mike Lu, Acuity Brands
Jacky Qiu, OTI Lumionics
Alireza Safaee, Osram
Jeff Spindler, OLEDWorks
Larry Sadwick, InnoSys


DAY 3

A Market Perspective from Asia
Mark McClear, Seoul Semiconductor

Creating Value from Human Physiological Responses to Light
Morgan Pattison, SSLS, Inc., Moderator
Windy Boyd, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Jamie Zeitzer, Stanford University
Michael Herf, f.lux
Smith Johnston, NASA Johnson Space Center


LED TRACK SESSIONS

LED Optics and Down-Converters
Monica Hansen, LED Lighting Advisors, Moderator
Oleg Shchekin, Lumileds
Jonathan Melman, Lumenari
Jennifer Hollingsworth, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Ralph Tuttle, Cree

Progress on Materials and Device Research
Jeff Tsao, Sandia National Laboratories, Moderator
Colin Humphreys, University of Cambridge
James Raring, Soraa Laser
Jim Speck, University of California, Santa Barbara
Tetsuya Takeuchi, Meijo University

OLED TRACK SESSIONS


Light Extraction and Utilization
Lisa Pattison, SSLS, Inc., Moderator
Steve Forrest, University of Michigan
Greg Cooper, Pixelligent
Sebastian Reineke, Technische Universit├Ąt Dresden

Advances in Organic Materials and Electroluminescent Quantum Dots
Norman Bardsley, Bardsley Consulting, Moderator
Mark Thompson, University of Southern California
Jian Li, Arizona State University
Chris Giebink, Penn State University

Source: U.S. Department of Energy

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