LpS and TiL get ready for their co-hosted 2018 event

(Austria) – LpS 2018 will see nearly 2000 leaders in light technology come together to share and debate the latest updates for researchers, engineers and system architects in the fields of LEDs, OLEDs, drivers, controls, optics, thermal management, materials, standardisation, testing, technology trends, and luminary design.

LpS, the international symposium and exhibition, has kept up with the rapid rate of change that has taken place in the sector. LpS has been through the lighting revolution, developing its format and content at the same rate as the changes in the technologies themselves.

Over the last eight years, LpS has earned its title as the leading European lighting conference because it calls on the leading experts from academia and industry to present their latest research, developments, innovations and expectations for future technologies to its highly-qualified audience.

This year it will not only be the technologies that LpS will focus on; the multiple knock-on-effects created by this boom in development means that LpS will welcome specialists in cyber security, miniaturisation, the human centric approach, productivity, manufacturing and economics.

The Trends in Lighting (TiL) conference successfully launched last year. A combined 1800 delegates joined leading light experts from international companies including Zaha Hadid Architects, Amazon, Philips Lighting, Osram and Zumtobel Group.

This year TiL returns with a new focused ambition, it is dedicated to bridging the gap between technologies and design to reinvigorate concepts of lighting designers, architects, engineers, consultants, planners and investors so they can collectively realise the full potential and value of lighting design.

Today, TiL believes lighting designs must adopt​ a human centric approach. Designs for smart buildings and cities must be agile to keep up with rapidly changing user behaviors and new functionality requirements. By bringing together the most fascinating innovators, inventors and industry leaders, TiL will inspire and encourage attendees to build a future for lighting design that is relevant and secure.

The organisation behind TiL 2108 is Luger Research; the team behind the globally successful LpS series of conferences and the widely respected LED professional Review publication. With over fifteen years dedicated to technologies in lighting, this group of experts recognise the need to bring the two worlds of technology and design together to open up the dialogue and allow the experts to explore the future of lighting design together.

A panel of experts carefully selects the papers for the co-hosted 2018 event. If you want to be considered for a speaker session, submissions can be made via the TiL website until 16 February.

www.trends.lighting
www.led-professional-symposium.com