Report on 5th Lighting Conference of China, Japan and Korea – Tokyo

Reported by Organization Committee (IEIJ) of CJK Lighting Conference


The 5th Lighting Conference of China, Japan and Korea was held in Tokai University, Takanawa Campus, Minato-ku, Tokyo on Aug.24, 2012


This 5th Lighting Conference, following to holding the 1st’s in Beijing in Oct. 2008 as designated in “Lighting Conference of China, Japan and Korea”, the 2nd’s in Sapporo in 2009, the 3rd’s in Seoul in 2010 and the 4th’s in Dalian in 2011 was held in Tokyo in August of this year, which presented 116 papers of the most numbers in past conferences and joined over 190 participants. In addition, most of them grew up closer by joining both sociable events of the banquet and the night bus tour in Tokyo after this conference ended. All of those were completed satisfactorily.

The 10th CJK organization committee assigned for holding the 6th Lighting Conference in Korea in 2013.

Opening Date & Time and Venue

  • August 24, 2012, Friday and 8:40-17:30 excluding sociable events
  • Tokai University, Takanawa Campus, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Details in Conference

  • Theme of conference
    Lighting Environment and Energy Science
  • Topics of conference
    Solid State lighting and Application, Lighting Design and Energy Efficiency
  • Key-note speech
    “Lighting for Sustainable Development” by Mr. Taishi SUGIYAMA, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry (CRIEPI)
  • Total 116 presenting papers including key-note’s
    Presenting Paper numbers per country:
    45 papers of Japan, 26’s of China and 45’s of Korea
    24 oral presentations and 84 poster’s including 12 short oral’s
    7 presentations of residential lighting session
    36 presentations of students (10’s of Japan, 3’s of China and 23’s of Korea)
  • Best paper award
    6 papers (3’s for oral presentations and 3’s for poster’s)
  • Award of encouragement for students
    All students’ papers participated in conference
  • 192 people of participation (100’s of Japan, 26’s of China and 66’s of Korea)
  • Others
    Two presenting rooms were provided for oral presentations as well as the 4th ones’ were done on last year.
    12 papers out of 84 poster ones were nominated for short oral presentations.

  • Key-note Presentation by Mr. T. Sugiyama

  • Award Ceremony of Best Papers’ Presentations

  • Award Ceremony of Encouragement for Students

  • Assembly of Participants Following to Closing Ceremony