The possibilities of human-centric lighting
About the talk
Lighting, which is often selected based on installation costs, can actually help us improve how we work, help with jetlag, and even improve our sleep. Researcher Sarah Klein believes we need to think of light differently — not just as illumination, but as a tool for our emotional and biological well-being.
About the speaker
Sarah Klein · Lighting researcher
Sarah Klein works as a marketing manager for lighting and is particularly passionate about "human-centric lighting" -- lighting systems that are designed to help human health and well-being, and a topic to which she devoted her master thesis. She loves learning about new market dynamics, projects and strategies. She completed her Bachelor in business management with Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, and in 2017, completed her Master’s degree in business psychology. 2018 marks Klein's tenth year with Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany and her third year studying human-centric lighting.