- Stephan Völker and Jan Winter
- Berlin Technical University
- Fundamental issues of lighting for drivers: where they look, the influence of glare, and establishing background luminance
Winter J, Fotios S, Völker S. The effect of assuming static or dynamic gaze behaviour on the estimated background luminance of drivers. Lighting Research and Technology. 2018. First published online: February 15, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1177/1477153518757594.
Winter J, Fotios S, Völker S. The effects of glare and inhomogeneous visual fields on contrast detection in the context of driving. Lighting Research and Technology. first published on October 7, 2016 as doi:10.1177/1477153516672719.
- Maria Johansson
- Lund University
- Lighting for pedestrians – how to measure the effect of lighting on our evaluations of other people
- Currently co-supervising a PhD student project at Lund investigating social interactions between pedestrians in public squares.
Kent M, Fotios S, Altomonte S. Discomfort glare evaluation: The influence of anchor bias in luminance adjustments. Lighting Research and Technology. First Published October 13, 2017. doi.org/10.1177/1477153517734280.
- Yandan Lin
- Fudan University
- Experiments about how we look at other people
- Stephen Farrall
- Sheffield University School of Law
- Measuring reassurance
- Kevin Houser
- Penn State University, USA
- Methodology for spatial brightness evaluation
- Ásta Logadóttir
- Aalborg University
- Stimulus range bias in the method of adjustment
Logadóttir Á, Fotios SA, Christoffersen J, Hansen SS, Corell DD, Dam Hansen C, Investigating the use of an adjustment task to set preferred colour of ambient illumination, Colour Research & Application, 2013; 38(1); 46-57. DOI: 10.1002/col.20714.