Under the title "The Future of Daylight and Artificial Lighting in Healthy Built Environments", lighting experts exchanged ideas on the topics of light and health. The seventh Light Symposium was organized by the master's program Architectural Lighting Design at Wismar University of Applied Sciences together with the university's own research company Forschungs-GmbH Wismar. The presentations are to be made available promptly at 2020.lightsymposium.de.
New partner from Denmark
This year, Aalborg University Copenhagen (AAU) was announced as a new partner, which will host the next Light Symposium. It is planned to hold this symposium in the Baltic region in an annualrhythm starting in 2022. Alternating with the Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm (KTH) and the Master's program Architectural Lighting Design at the University of Applied Sciences Wismar, the Light Symposium has been organized every two years so far.
Prof. Michael F. Rohde (initiator Light Symposium) and Prof. Achim Hack (Dean of the Faculty of Architecture and Design) in the production studio of Wismar University of Applied Sciences before the joint opening speech of the Light Symposium 2020/21.