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2016 - Padova

Hosted by: Roberto Zecchin, Giorgio Butturini, Andrea Fornasiero, and Silvia Discoto (Manens-Tifs); Luca Baglivo and Giuseppe De Michele (EURAC)

Workshop Website: http://www.2016radiancews.org

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Monday 29 August 2016
9:30 - 10:00 Roberto Zecchin (Manens-Tifs SpA)
Introductions/Overview
10:00 - 10:35 Greg Ward (Anyhere Software)
What is new in Radiance for 2016
10:55 - 11:30 Greg Ward (Anyhere Software), Eleanor Lee (LBNL)
Validation of F-matrix and 6-phase Method
11:30 - 12:05 Carsten Bauer [on behalf of Roland Schregle]
Out-of-Core Photon Mapping: When More Isn't Enough
12:05 - 12:40 John Mardaljevic (Loughborough University)
The Sunlight Beam Index A Simple Method to Rate Windows and Shading Systems
13:40 - 14:15 David Geisler-Moroder (Bartenbach GmbH)
Validation of the Radiance 5-Phase-Method against field measurements
14:15 - 14:50 Carsten Bauer (Radzilla)
EvalDRC a new, versatile frontend for climate-based daylight assessment
14:50 - 15:25 Nozomu Yoshizawa (Tokio University of Science)
An expression of three-dimensional distribution of light in architecture with photon flows
16:20 - 16:55 Andy McNeil (Terrestrial Light) [on behalf of Chris Humann]
Terrestrial Light’s Skyometer: Leveraging real-time, temporal and spatial HDR sky-maps for building automation controls
16:20 - 16:55 Islam A. Mashaly, Khaled Nassar (The American University in Cairo)
Using radiance to design a low cost prismatic stationary concentrator for photovoltaic modules
16:55 - 18:00 Lars Grobe (Ismir Institute of Technology), Giuseppe De Michele (EURAC), Luca Papaiz (Pellini Industrie)
Research of the modeling and measuring of solar shadings with very peculiar behavior

 

Tuesday 30 August 2016
09:00 - 09:35 Alen Mahic (University of Oregon)
Dynamic Visualization of Annual Building Simulation Data
09:35 - 10:10 John Mardaljevic (Loughborough University)
Daylight in Heritage Spaces
10:10 - 10:45 Eleonora Brembilla (Loughborough University)
Inter-model comparison of CBDM techniques
11:05 - 11:40 Eleonora Brembilla (Loughborough University)
Online survey on CBDM workflows
11:40 - 12:15 Andy McNeil (Independent daylight consultant)
Rendering omni-directional stereo images with Radiance and More
12:15 - 12:50 Kynthia Chamilothori (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)
Immersive scenes with Radiance in a Virtual Reality Headset: comparison of virtual and real environments
13:50 - 14:25 Lucio Boscolo Mezzopan (Far System)
Blender for Radiance images processing and results visualization
14:25 - 15:00 Carsten Bauer (Radzilla)
Radzilla 2.0 - Carsten Bauer (Radzilla)
15:00 - 15:35 Miri Majid (SWECO AB)
iPhone app (Aftab Luminance)
15:35 - 16:10 David Geisler-Moroder, Hauer Martin (University of Innsbruck)
Artlight 2.0 – an optimized TRNSYS-model for coupled thermal and daylight simulation based on the three-phase-method
16:30 - 17:05 Jan Weinold (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)
Evalglare 2.0: New features, faster and more robust HDR-image evaluation
17:05 - 17:40 Bruno Bueno (Fraunhofer ISE)
A web-based simulation platform for the energy, daylight and glare evaluation of fenestration systems
17:40 - 18:15 Mostapha Sadeghipour Roudsari, Sarith Subramaniam (Penn State University)
Automating radiance workflows using Python [webconference]

 

Workshop, Wednesday 19 August 2015
09:00 - 09:35 Andreas Noback (TU Darmstadt)
Comparison of BSDF data generated by a virtual and a real goniophotometer (PG2)
09:35 - 10:10 Parisa Khademagha (Eindhoven University)
Application of a spectral sky in Radiance for daylighting calculations including non-image-forming light effects
10:15 - 10:45 Raghuram Kalyanam (Technische Universitaet Kaiserslautern)
Ensure the Visual comfort and Thermal comfort of the occupants in an office space by maximizing the Utilization of Daylight using Electrochromic glass
11:05 - 11:40 Santiago Torres (Arup)
Analysis of a light shaft with variable reflectance
11:40-12:15 Giorgio Butturini
Image composting and visualization data with an open-source data analysis and visualization application.
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Manens-Tifs, in collaboration with EURAC Research, is pleased to host the 15th Annual International Radiance Workshop from Monday, August 29th to Wednesday, August 31th  2016 at Manens-Tifs headquarters, located in Padua (Italy).

With a long tradition of gathering academics, consultants and anyone interested in lighting related subjects using Radiance software, this event is a great opportunity to learn and exchanging ideas.

Attendees are invited to share examples of work they have performed using Radiance, or that is in progress, in a prepared 30-minutes presentation. Come to share your knowledge and/or learn about the latest Radiance features, developments, and opportunities to apply Radiance in your professional practice. Connect with enthusiasts from around the world who apply Radiance in research,  lighting design, daylighting, animation, simulation, and rendering activities.

If you are interested in presenting your work, which is highly encouraged, please propose a short abstract (300 words or less). Separate proposals from a single presenter on more than one topic or project are acceptable. Presentations will be made available after the workshop on the web.

Registration is open from May 1st to July 31st, 2016. Presenters will receive a €50 discount on their registration fee, students are entitled to a 50% discount.

For event information, registration and abstract submittal, please click here: http://www.2016radiancews.org

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