Our dedicated team at IIIEE, consisting of 14 MESPOM students and associate professors Thomas Lindhqvist & Mikael Backman.   Lighting Metropolis & the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE)

  Lighting Metropolis is joining forces with another Interreg project, Cleantech TIPP (Cleantech Testbed for Innovative Public Procurement) to develop clearer legal guidelines for how to better utilise EU’s new

The Swedish magazine ‘Landscape’ features an article about the city of Malmö’s innovative approach to light, in general, and their contribution to Lighting Metropolis in particular in their latest issue.

Copenhagen Capacity, the official organization for investment, promotion and business development in Greater Copenhagen, are offering interested companies across Greater Copenhagen the opportunity to meet five of South Korea’s largest lighting

Philips is taking light beyond illumination, with its connected systems. Philips has been revolutionizing lighting for over 125 years. They pioneered the world changing development of electric light and LED,

    With lighting infrastructure increasingly seen as the key enabler of the Smart City, many different parties are now entering the arena to claim ownership of the latest practises

  The city of Roskilde is warming up to their annual Light Fest at the Cultural Alley (28/10) by inviting awardwinning artist Fabrizio Chrisafulli to light up the iconic Energy Tower

  The first graduates last June from Aalborg University’s pioneering new MSc in Lighting Design, entered a market craving for a new type of lighting designer. Half of the students

The time is ripe for a life cycle review of LED, say Associate Professors Thomas Lindhqvist & Mikael Backman. Two researchers at Lund University have just launched a new project

Innovation Centre Denmark is looking for one more Danish small or medium sized enterprise (SME) to join the Danish Prime Minister in Seoul for a Smart Cities Innovation Camp on