Priority Themes

 

No.

Name of Theme:

Team Leader:

PROJECT

OMS

STU

SAV

1

Change of spectral distribution of light through nanotechnologies (nanotechnologies for luminaires))

RNDr. Eva Majková, DrSc.

Ing. Dušan Sabol

Mgr. Roman Dubnička

Dr. Peter Šiffalovič, PhD.

2

Thermal management

Ing. Dušan Nečas

Ing. Dušan Nečas

Ing. Jana Raditschová, PhD.

Dr. Peter Šiffalovič, PhD.

3

UV degradation of materials and structural stability

RNDr. Eva Majková, DrSc.

Ing. Dušan Sabol

Mgr. Roman Dubnička

Dr. Peter Šiffalovič, PhD.

4

Research of possibilities to reduce the energy demandingness of the lighting systems

Doc. Ing. Dionýz Gašparovský, PhD.

Ing. Tomáš Hutta

Doc. Ing. Dionýz Gašparovský, PhD.

Dr. Peter Šiffalovič, PhD.

5

Research of conditions for stating the maintenance factor from the point of view of optimising the costs for the lighting system operation

Doc. Ing. Dionýz Gašparovský, PhD.

Ing. Marek Mácha

Doc. Ing. Dionýz Gašparovský, PhD.

Dr. Peter Šiffalovič, PhD.

6

Research of applying direct light on the quality of the working environment

Ing. Dušan Sabol

Ing. Dušan Sabol

Prof. Ing. Alfonz Smola, PhD.

Dr. Peter Šiffalovič, PhD.

 

The priority themes from the project description – breakdown of targets:

1. Change of the spectral composition of light through nanotechnologies (nanotechnologies for luminaires)

• nanoparticles for changing the spectral composition of light

 

2. Thermal management

• innovative active cooler for the HPLED technologies

 

3. UV degradation of materials and structural stability

• study of the UV degradation of materials for utilisation in the fluorescent luminaires

• analysing the phase stability of materials

 

4. Research of possibilities to reduce the energy demandingness of the lighting systems

• optimising the operating parameters for the LED light sources connected with the possibility to utilise them for illuminating various types of spaces

• investigating the possibilities for reducing the operating costs for lighting of industrial spaces

 

5. Research of conditions for stating the maintenance factor from the point of view of optimising the costs for the lighting system operation

• reduction of the luminous flow due to the environment pollution

• influence of ageing the luminaires´ optical materials

 

6. Research of applying direct light on the quality of the working environment

• influence of the light sources´ composition of spectral radiation on the circadian rhythm of people – research

• development of a principle for controlling the luminaire optical parts fulfilling the change of requirements on the room’s illumination in dependence on the activity which is realised inside of it

• research of glare and possibilities to prevent glare in both the exterior and interior conditions

 

Partial Sub-Themes

 

1. Change of the spectral composition of light through nanotechnologies (nanotechnologies for luminaires)

1/1 Selecting suitable semi-conductor nanoparticles for deposition on the luminaire surface

1/2 Deposition of nanoparticles by the LS method

1/3 Description of the spectral composition of the diffusely distributed light from the nanoparticle surfaces

 

2. Thermal management

2/1 Testing the compact thin film thermogenerator devices for utilisation in the HPLED technology

2/2 Optimising and development of the thermogenerator prototype

3. UV degradation of materials and structural stability

3/1 Modification of the spectroscopic elipsometer by supplying intensive UV radiation source

3/2 Testing stability measurements of polymer and other materials when radiating by UV

 

4. Research of possibilities to reduce the energy demandingness of the lighting systems

4/1 Methodology for calculating the public lighting

4/2 Design of regimes for switching the public lighting

4/3 Numerical indicator for energy effectiveness of the public lighting (SLEEC)

4/4 Energy potential of the interior and exterior lighting with an emphasis on the LED implementation

 

5. Research of conditions for stating the maintenance factor from the point of view of optimising the costs for the lighting system operation

5/1 Stating the LMF component of the maintenance factor (luminaire pollution) for selected applications

5/2 Stating the RSMF component of the maintenance factor (surface pollution) for selected applications

5/3 Reserach of LMF component of the maintenance factor for the existing luminaires

5/4 Cost effectiveness and optimisation of the maintenance factor during lighting system operation

 

6. Research of applying direct light on the quality of the working environment

6/1 Verifying the design of the new lighting in real conditions after reconstruction

6/2 Influence of the light sources´ composition of spectral radiation on the circadian rhythm of people – research

6/3 Research of glare and possibilities to prevent glare in both the exterior and interior conditions

6/4 Proposal for a new system of lighting quality assessment