UC Davis Newswatch – UC Davis is the first large institution in California to commit to a new statewide mandate to cut the energy it uses for lighting by sixty percent in the next decade.
Smart Planet – What types of smart lights will power our homes and offices in the next five to ten years? At the California Lighting Institute at UC Davis, Professor Michael Siminovitch shows us a giant integrated sphere that acts as an advanced light meter. He also discusses an array of LED and fluorescent lighting technologies including, down lighting systems for residential use, and exterior LED lighting for garages and parking lots.
University Office of the President – The California Lighting Technology Center at the University of California, Davis works in partnership with industry, end users and others to improve illumination technology.
Michael Siminovitch, Director of the California Lighting Technology Center, presents the interesting history of the compact fluorescent light. The discussion that follows includes Tim Tutt of the California Energy Commission and Michael Neils, of M. Neils Engineering.
UC Davis – UC Davis' "smart" outdoor lighting network incorporates state-of-the-art technologies developed through CLTC.
Sierra magazine visits CLTC on its tour of the many energy-saving, waste-reducing, forward-thinking factors that make UC Davis America's "Coolest School."
PG&E—LED retail lighting showcase allows boutique owners to see, firsthand, how LED lamps perform in a realistic store setting.
CLTC Co-Director Kosta Papamichael presents on a CITRIS project CLTC undertook in collaboration with UC Berkeley. The advanced algorithms developed and demonstrated through this project will continually adjust electric light output based on real-time and historical data, gathered through both local and remote data streams.