Young Lighter of the Year shortlist announced

The eight shortlisted individuals will not have to submit their developed entries and videos

The Society of Light and Lighting (SLL) Young Lighter of the Year awards shortlist has been announced.

The eight shortlisted individuals, together with their submissions titles are:

  • Martina Alagna – Biophilic Design: LED Lighting for Biological Maintenance of ornamental plants in environments with daylight deficiency
  • Hannah Baxter-Gale – Illunacy: Lighting the Black Dog
  • Aleix Llenas – Spectrally Tunable Lighting for the Real World: A UK case study in tracking human behaviour and implications for future technology
  • Aluwaine Manyonga – Off-grid Solar Lighting and Chigubhu Lantern Concept: Africa’s education system game changer
  • Giorgia Rossi – Open Beams: A laser lighting system for the future
  • Dipali Shirsat – Redefining the Image of a City: Lighting for Disabled Spaced
  • Ashley Vo – To create an integrative and modern lighting system for schools
  • Farida Zohair – Light Pollution in Singapore

They will each now have to submit their developed entries and a short video presentation by 21 August, with the four finalists selected by the judging panel to be announced at the end of September.

For more information visit the SLL website.