Technische Universität Berlin
PI: Interactions and Interfaces for Shaping Space
Martine Knoop is a lecturer at the Chair of Lighting Technology, Technische Universita ̈t Berlin. Before taking up her assignment at TU Berlin, she was a senior application specialist at Philips Lighting in the Netherlands, and part-time visiting professor at Eindhoven University of Technology. In her current position, she is responsible for research and education on indoor lighting, daylighting and colorimetry. Her research focuses on the unique characteristics of daylight. It aims to promote and improve daylight design, as well as to develop new adaptive electric lighting solutions, to enhance user well-being and performance in interiors.
1. A. K. Diakite and M. Knoop. “Data-driven spectral sky models: A review.” In: Journal of the International Colour Association 23 (2019), pp. 55–61.
2. M. Knoop, K. Broszio, A. Diakite, C. Liedtke, M. Niedling, I. Rothert, F. Rudawski, and N. Weber. “Methods to describe and measure lighting conditions in experiments on non-image-forming aspects.” In: LEUKOS: The Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society (2019). https://doi.org/10.1080/15502724.2018.1518716.
3. K. Broszio, M. Niedling, M. Knoop, and S. Vo ̈lker. “Effective radiant flux for non-image forming effects – is the illuminance and the melanopic irradiance at the eye really the right measure.” In: Proceedings of the Lux Europa 2017. Ljubljana, 2017, pp. 31–36.
4. A. Diakite, M. Knoop, S. Bremer, and S. Vo ̈lker. “Practical applicability of spectral sky models in an urban planning process.” In: Proceedings of LICHT 2016. Karlsruhe: KIT Scientific Publishing, 2016, pp. 343–350.
5. J. A. Veitch, F. Bisegna, S. Hubalek, M. Knoop, Y. Koga, H. Noguchi, C. Schierz, P. Thorns, and A. de Vries. Research Roadmap for Healthful Interior Lighting Applications. Vienna: Commission Internationale de l’Eclairage, 2016.
6. M. Knoop, A. K. Diakite, and F. Rudawski. “Methodology to create spectral sky models to enable the inclusion of colorimetric characteristics of daylight in research and design.” In: Proceedings of the 28th session of the CIE. Manchester: Commission Internationale de l’Eclairage, 2015, pp. 564–573.
7. C. Liedtke, S. Vo ̈lker, and M. Knoop. “The Construction Process in the Spatial Light Perception.” In: Proceedings of the 28th session of the CIE. Manchester: Commission Internationale de l’Eclairage, 2015, pp. 1981–1986.
8. M. Knoop, E. Dikel, L. Dokuzer O ̈ztu ̈rk, N. Miller, E. Mochizuki, A. Ne ́methne ́ Vi- dovszky, J. Schanda, and P. Thorns. CIE 205-2013 Review of Lighting Quality Measures for Interior Lighting with LED Lighting Systems. Vienna: Commission Internationale de l’Eclairage, 2013.
9. C.Liedtke,S.Vo ̈lker,andM.Knoop.“TheLightDirectionandDirectionalLight:Towards a new Quantification of an Essential Lighting Quality Criterion.” In: Proceedings of CIE Centenary Conference. Paris: Commission Internationale de l’Eclairage, 2013, pp. 542–551.
10. L. Xia, Y. Tu, L. Liu, S. Peng, M. Knoop, and I. Heynderickx. “A study on overhead glare in office lighting conditions.” In: Journal of the Society for Information Display 19.12 (2012), pp. 888–898.