Dynamic Light in Public Spaces: Ecology – Economy – Social Needs

On 28th of February 2018, LiTG organizes a specialist event as part of the EU funded project »INTERREG Central Europe CE452 »Dynamic Light«. This project promotes the development of innovative dynamic lighting solutions for public spaces that combine an improved quality of light appropriate to the user's needs with energy savings.

The specialist event is designed for

  • members of European and national standardisation bodies
  • city representatives
  • members of the European parliament
  • manufacturer
  • provider of public lighting

The event will

  • show strategies to integrate dynamic lighting into EN 13201 in order to harmonize national street lighting standards
  • present innovative pilot solutions
  • give advice how to detect the users' needs


12:00 - 13:00

Registration and light meal

13:00 - 17:00


13:00 Welcome and Presentation of the EU funded project Dynamic Light
»Dynamic Light: Sustainable user centered lighting«

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Römhild, University of Wismar, Lead Partner

13:30 Keynote Lighting Engineering
»Multi-variable light distributions in road lighting increase safety and reduce the energy demand«

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stephan Völker, Technical University Berlin, Department Lighting Engineering

14:00 Keynote Lighting Design
»Dynamic light and light quality – Challenges and potentials for lighting public spaces«

Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Schulz, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Hildesheim, European representative of IALD (International Association of Lighting Designers)

14:30 Standardization and Dynamic Light
»Results of the comparative analysis of the selection of lighting classes according to EN 13201 and proposals for harmonization including Dynamic Lighting«

Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Axel Stockmar, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Hannover, Chairman of DIN Committee Exterior Lighting

15:15 Presentation of pilot installations of the Dynamic Light project

  • Rostock, Germany
    »Sampling of dynamic lighting in Rostock considering the legal framework«
    Stephanie Lakti, City of Rostock
  • Cesena, Italy
    »Municipality of Cesena: green public areas lighted on a human scale«
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Römhild, University of Wismar
  • Sušice, Czech Republic
    »Pilot installation in Townof Sušice«
    Miroslav Šafarík, Porsenna o.p.s.

16:00 Discussion with all speakers and participants

Moderation: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Römhild, University of Wismar


Light walk through Brussels showing innovative urban lighting installations

guided by Mathilde Prete, Schréder S.A.

Please scroll down and click the white flash to register.

After signing up, you will get an email confirming your registration.

In case of any difficulties, please contact: britta.hoelzemann@litg.de

28. Februar 2018 13:00 - 17:00
Weitere Infos/
Further information

Free of charge, registration obligatory.

Teilnahmeplätze/ participation places 50
Contact Person
Britta Hölzemann
E-Mail: britta.hoelzemann@litg.de
Internet: https://www.thonhotels.com/de/hotels/belgien/brussel/thon-hotel-eu/
Downloads dynamic-light_save_the_date.pdf 832.2 KB

Für diese Veranstaltung anmelden / Sign up for this event

Ticket Anzahl / number of tickets

Vorname Teilnehmer/ first name participant *

(LiTG) oder Name der Partner-Gesellschaft/ (LiTG) or name of the partner Institution

Version/ ticket rate

Nachname Teilnehmer/ last name participant *

Mitgliedsnummer der LiTG oder der Partnergesellschaft/ membership LiTG or number partner Institution