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PROMILL - Promoting Illuminating
Engineering Studies, Research
and Continuing Co-operation Between Europe and China.

 
 
 
 

Project news

  • Joint lecture and training session on road lighting measurements was held at Fudan University in Shanghai on April 11-12, 2006. The session included lectures and practical training in road lighting measurements. The professors and students from each university actively participated. Representatives of Chinese lighting industry were also the participants of the event..


  • The International Symposium on Automotive Lighting ISAL2005 was held on september27-28, 2005 at TUD in Germany. The symposium was a big success. Overall 455 participants from 21 countries participated. The Symposium provided a large forum for the project partners to present their research to the world-wide lighting community.


  • International seminar on Road and Tunnel Lighting was held on March 11, 2005 in Nanchang, China. The project partners from all three universities participated in the seminar together with representatives from the Chinese lighting industry and road lighting authority. An excursion was arranged to the YanLie Shan Tunnel, which has newly been illuminated with induction lamps.


  • Joint Lecture Session was organised at Fudan University, Shanghai on March 9-10, 2005 (programme-doc). Professors and PhD students of Helsinki University of Technology, Darmstadt University of Technology ad Fudan University gave presentations on road lighting and vision. CIE Div 4 Director Pentti Hautala, Finland gave also lectures on road lighting and CIE Div 4 activities in the field. Chinese lighting industry was widely represented in the session.


  • Joint post-graduate seminar was organised in Finland at HUT Lighting Laboratory on August 24-26, 2004. The seminar was titled ”LEDs in Lighting and Visibility in Traffic” (seminar programme - pdf)