Aysheh Alshdaifat (University of Sheffield): I had the chance to discuss with PhD students and professional experts in lighting research, presented my work and got feedback in a very friendly atmosphere. Big value event, but small enough for really good conversations.
Jose Fermin Balda (University of Liege): I really enjoyed LumeNet 2022. Being able to talk with all those experts on light really helped me out to get more insight in the light field, and I also received tons of feedback about my research
Simon Belgers (Technical University Eindhoven): The discussion with leading experts in the field was even more valuable and made LumeNet an experience I would not have wanted to miss … they provided feedback in a respectful and insightful manner, which contributed to the overall pleasant atmosphere. This feedback gave me a better grip on my research
Nikodem Derengowski (Technical University of Berlin): Lumenet was a fantastic opportunity to get feedback from lighting experts and other PhD fellows from around the world. The reviewing mentors were from different fields (lighting engineering, phenomenology of human-light interaction, statistics, colorimetry, outdoor lighting, daylighting) which made their feedback extremely valuable, regardless of which stage of PhD you were on. The atmosphere was friendly and semi-formal, which made everyone felt welcomed and encouraged.
Myrta Gkaintatzi-Masouti (Eindhoven University of Technology): It was a very positive and constructive experience for me. I really liked the opportunity to meet and discuss with other PhDs that are working on similar topics.