A new interdisciplinary team is forming to address a research gap at the intersection of circadian lighting and circadian health outcomes. The results will guide the design of urban environments that reinforce human health and performance. The IEE Seed Grant will empower the team to construct and test wearable sensors capable of measuring light in various indoor and outdoor environments as well as capturing multiple health and behavioral outcomes to create rich in-situ datasets that will be used as preliminary data in external funding proposals.
A research team is constructing and testing wearable sensors capable of measuring light in various indoor and outdoor environments to increase understanding of circadian lighting and circadian health outcomes.
Assistant Professor in Architectural Engineering, Architectural Engineering