Conference Proceedings of the International Conference "Lighting design − 2017" is now published

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The 4th International research-to-practice Conference Lighting Design 2017 was held on October 12-13 at the New stage of Alexandrinsky Theatre. The event brought together Russian expert from nine Russian regions and foreign experts from Europe, Asia, North and South America, totaling in 540 participants. As a result, the collection of abstracts from the conference Proceeding was published in the Web of Science journal.

The editorial board of the abstract collection included Internationally recognised experts such as Natalia Bystriantseva, Marc Fontoynont, Roger Narboni, and Alexey Bakholdin, the teaching staff and students of ITMO, Aalborg University, Moscow Architectural Institute, and Eastern Federal University. The main theme of the conference, "Identity Through Light Environment", reveals current issues and research methods and describes the latest achievements of educational programs in Russia and Europe in the field of Architecture, New Media, Lighting Design, and Engineering. You can find out more here...


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