2(top 8%)
Impact Factor
2.1(top 8%)
extended IF
52(top 8%)
H-Index
376
authors
1.3K
papers
15.9K
citations
1.2K
citing journals
3.9K
citing authors

Most Cited Articles of Lighting Research and Technology in 2012

TitleYearCitations
Modelling the spectral sensitivity of the human circadian system2012173
The ‘adaptive zone’ – A concept for assessing discomfort glare throughout daylit spaces2012136
A framework for predicting the non-visual effects of daylight – Part I: photobiology- based model201288
What do pedestrians look at at night?201240
Horticultural lighting – present and future challenges201237
Conceptual design metrics for daylighting201234
Effects of blue-enriched light on the daily course of mood, sleepiness and light perception: A field experiment201233
Bright light effects on working memory, sustained attention and concentration of elderly night shift workers201231
Proposed UK guidance for lighting in residential roads201229
Performance assessment of commercial circadian personal exposure devices201227
Alerting effects of daytime light exposure – a proposed link between light exposure and brain mechanisms201227
Detection and acceptability of stroboscopic effects from flicker201222
Optimization of colour quality of LED lighting with reference to memory colours201221
Will switching to LED outdoor lighting increase sky glow?201220
Comparative control strategies of exterior and interior blind systems201219
Energy efficiency of alternative lighting control systems201217
White light brightness–luminance relationship201216
Hybrid lighting systems: Performance and design201214
Integrated design and real-time implementation of an adaptive, predictive light controller201214
Optimal pruning for selecting LEDs to synthesize tunable illumination spectra201213
Differential evolution for the optimisation of multi-band white LED light sources201212
The Trotter Paterson Lecture 2012: Whatever happened to visual performance?201211
A modified CIE mesopic table and the effectiveness of white light sources201211
A practical method of comparing luminous intensity distributions201211
Lighting and display screens: Models for predicting luminance limits and disturbance20126