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000261457 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1159/000489584
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000261457 245__ $$aEPFL Smart Glass Field Study
000261457 260__ $$aBasel$$c2018-05-18$$bKARGER
000261457 269__ $$a2018-05-18
000261457 336__ $$aConference Papers
000261457 490__ $$aABSTRACTS
000261457 500__ $$aExtended abstract
000261457 520__ $$aThe objectives of this study are to evaluate (1) direct non-visual effects of red-impoverished daylight on circadian resetting and alertness and (2) the daily light-exposure pattern on indirect–circadian–effects. The novelty of this study is that it will be conducted on the EPFL campus in two identical classrooms outfitted with electrochromic windows from SageGlass. Studying non-visual effects under real-life conditions are essential to better understand the role of an adaptive glazing to improve alertness in the context of a classroom. We will also log irradiance and illuminance at eye level in order to document light received at the eye over two 6-day trials. We hope that recording light exposure during wake hours will help us to better understand the type of light people receive on a daily basis and if adaptive glazing technologies can help mitigate negative physiological responses normal working hours.
000261457 650__ $$aNeurosciences
000261457 650__ $$aPsychiatry
000261457 650__ $$aPsychology
000261457 650__ $$aNeurosciences & Neurology
000261457 650__ $$aPsychiatry
000261457 650__ $$aPsychology
000261457 700__ $$g281410$$aWebler, Forrest S.$$0251267
000261457 700__ $$aSoto Magán, Victoria Eugenia
000261457 700__ $$aAndersen, Marilyne
000261457 7112_ $$aSociety for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms 30th Annual Meeting$$cGroningen, The Netherlands$$dJune 21-24, 2018
000261457 773__ $$q37-37$$k1$$j76$$tNeuropsychobiology
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000261457 8564_ $$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/261457/files/SLTBR_2018_Proceedings.pdf$$zFinal$$s500947
000261457 8560_ $$fjoelle.eaves@epfl.ch
000261457 909C0 $$zBlanc, Chantal$$xU12325$$pLIPID$$mjoelle.eaves@epfl.ch$$0252313
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000261457 961__ $$avictoria.sotomagan@epfl.ch
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