The MyCIE (Malaysia CIE) organised a talk on Photometry of LED Lighting Devices and Video Conferencing on The CIE System for Mesopic Photometry based on Visual Performance (CIE 191:2010) on 16th July 2012 (Monday) at MMU, Cyberjaya with an overwhelming 96 participants. The talk was supported by TEEAM and Standards Malaysia.
Prior to the talk, MMU organised a Faculty of Engineering (FOE) lab tour, during which the participants had the opportunity to visit most of the FOE labs in MMU to view the research activities, lab facilities and student’s experiments.
The talk on Photometry of LED Lighting Devices was presented by Mr Tony Bergen, an invited speaker from CIE Australia. He is the Technical Director of Photometric Solutions International, Melbourne, Australia and has served on more than 15 international technical committees creating standards and technical reports. He is also the Vice President of CIE Australia and Australian Representative for CIE Division 2. The talk ended with an interactive Q&A session.
Thereafter, Ms Teresa Goodman presented on the CIE System for Mesopic Photometry based on Visual Performance (CIE 191:2010) via video conferencing. Ms Teresa Goodman is a Principal Research Scientist of the Optical Radiation Measurement Group at National Physical Laboratory in the UK. She is active in many national and international committees, including the International Commission on Illumination, or CIE, where she serves as Vice President (Publications). She played a leading role in the development of the recently-agreed CIE system for mesopic photometry and now chairs the CIE Technical Committee on practical measurements in the mesopic region.
During the Q&A session, participants had the opportunity to extend their questions personally to Ms Teresa Goodman.
Overall the two talks had benefited all the participants.