This page provides links to 2016 articles describing the latest developments in the area of solid-state lighting.

DECEMBER 2016

LED Watch: Science, Not Sound Bites
James Brodrick, U.S. Department of Energy
LD+A Magazine
http://www.ies.org/lda/members_contact.cfm

The Role of Presented Objects in Deriving Color Preference Criteria from Psychophysical Studies
Michael Royer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, et al.
Leukos
http://ies.tandfonline.com/toc/ulks20/current

What is the Reference? An examination of alternatives to the reference sources used in IES TM-30-15
Michael Royer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Leukos
http://ies.tandfonline.com/toc/ulks20/current

OCTOBER 2016

Tuning the Light in a Senior-Care Facility
James Brodrick, U.S. Department of Energy
LD+A Magazine
http://www.ies.org/lda/members_contact.cfm

AUGUST 2016

LED Watch: Specifying Color-Tunable LED Luminaires
James Brodrick, U.S. Department of Energy
LD+A Magazine
http://www.ies.org/lda/members_contact.cfm

Human Perceptions of Color Rendition Vary with Average Fidelity, Average Gamut, and Gamut Shape
Michael Royer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, et al.
Lighting Research and Technology
http://lrt.sagepub.com/

JUNE 2016

LED Watch: A Return to the Wild West
James Brodrick, U.S. Department of Energy
LD+A Magazine
http://www.ies.org/lda/members_contact.cfm

APRIL 2016

LED Watch: Good Isn’t Quite Good Enough
James Brodrick, U.S. Department of Energy
LD+A Magazine
http://www.ies.org/lda/members_contact.cfm   

FEBRUARY 2016

LED Watch: For Industry, It’s ‘Transform or Go Away’
James Brodrick, U.S. Department of Energy
LD+A Magazine
http://www.ies.org/lda/members_contact.cfm   

Past as Prologue: What’s Ahead for Solid-State Lighting?
James Brodrick, U.S. Department of Energy
NEMA electroindustry (ei)
www.nema.org/ei