• Les comités techniques sont le fondement du succès et de l’activité de la CIE. Ils sont formés d’experts du monde entier qui préparent des rapports, des recommandations et des normes basées sur des connaissances scientifiques.
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Comités techniques actifs ayant des membres canadiens (2011)

Division 1: Vision et couleur

Comités techniques

Titre et termes de référence

Membres canadiens


Supplementary System of Photometry
To establish a system of photometry to assess lights in terms of their comparative brightness relationship

W. Cowan


Colour Appearance in Peripheral Vision
To prepare a technical report on colour appearance zones for coloured lights in terms of unique hues in peripheral vision.

S. M. McFadden


Uniform Colour Space for Industrial Colour Difference Evaluation To derive a new uniform colour space for industrial colour difference evaluation using existing experimental data.

A. R. Robertson


Standards in Colorimetry
To prepare an ISO/CIE Standard(s) that describes 1.) the method of calculating CIE tristimulus values and chromaticity coordinates, 2.) a uniform colour space and its associated metrics, and 3.) a formula for industrial colour difference evaluation.

A. R. Robertson (chair)
J. C. Zwinkels


Contrast Sensitivity Function for Detection and Discrimination
1.) To specify a baseline achromatic CSF with its reference conditions and reference observer. 2.) To specify CSF extensions based on discrimination thresholds, as well as chromatic CSFs for both detection and discrimination.

S. M. McFadden


Terminology for Vision, Colour and Appearance
To monitor the terminology requirement of Division 1 including the revision of the present ILV terms and the addition of new terms.

S. McFadden  (Chair)


The Effects of Dynamic and Stereo Visual Images on Human Health
To write a technical report on the physiological and psychophysical effects of dynamic and stereo visual images in terms of photosensitive seizures, visually induced motion sickness and eyestrain.

B. Tansley


Colour Rendering of White Light Sources
To prepare a CIE Technical Report on recommended new metric (or system of metrics), including calculation procedures and justification for recommendation. Chair: Wendy Davis (US)

I. Ashdown


Tristimulus Integration
To investigate methods for computing weighting tables for the calculation of tristimulus values from abridged data.

B. Jordan


Improvement of the CIE Whiteness and Tint Equations
To recommend improvements or modifications to the existing CIE Equations for Whiteness and Tint to extend their scope of application to a wider range of instrument conditions and white materials; e.g. various tints and levels of fluorescence.

B. Jordan
J. C. Zwinkels


Research Methods For Psychophysical Studies Of Brightness Judgements
1) To document the correlation between performance on colour matching, colour discrimination, colour naming, and colour deficiency tests and factors such as variation in the peak spectral sensitivity of the M and L cones, density of the lens, density of macular pigment, variation in the optical density of the cones, L to M cone ratio, rod intrusion, illumination level, stimulus size, gender, stimulus duration and identify any substantive gaps in the existing literature. 2) Using the above database, develop a model or models that will allow the prediction of the effect of the above factors on colour discrimination, colour matching, and colour naming performance.

K. Niall


Update CIE Publication 15:2004 Colorimetry
To update CIE Publication 15:2004 taking into consideration the current CIE/ISO standards on colorimetry and the work of TC1-36 Fundamental Chromaticity Diagram with Physiologically Significant Axes.

A. R. Robertson

Liaison to ISO TC6/WG3

Paper, Board, & Pulps – Optical Properties

J. C. Zwinkels


Division 2: Measures physiques de la lumière et des radiations

Comités techniques

Titre et termes de référence

Membres canadiens

TC 2-28

Methods of Characterizing Spectrophotometers
Write a CIE report on the characterization of spectrophotometers by means of reference materials and other methods, with particular reference to linearity, wavelength error, stray light, and integrating sphere errors.

J.C. Zwinkels
A.R. Robertson

TC 2-47

Characterization and Calibration Methods of UV Radiometers
To prepare a CIE recommendation on methods of characterization and calibration of broad-band UV radiometers in the spectral ranges of UVA and UVB for industrial applications.

L.P. Boivin
B. McArthur

TC 2-48

Spectral Responsivity Measurement of Detectors, Radiometers and Photometers To rewrite the Technical Report CIE 64-1984 "Determination of the spectral responsivity of optical radiation detectors" to update device and measurement technology, and include the spectral irradiance responsivity measurement for radiometers and photometers from UV to near IR.

L.P. Boivin
R. McArthur

TC 2-53

Multi-Geometry Colour Mesurements of Effect Materials
To write recommendations for the colour measurement of effect materials

J.C. Zwinkels

TC 2-57

Revision of CIE S 014-2
To revise CIE Standard S 014-2 (CIE Standard Illuminants) to include Illuminant D50.

A.R. Robertson (Chairman)
J.C. Zwinkels

TC 2-59

Characterisation of Imaging Luminance Measurement Devices
To prepare a Technical Report on methods for the characterisation of imaging luminance measurement devices.

T. Moggridge


Effect of Instrumental Bandpass Function and Measurement Interval on Spectral Quantities To prepare a Technical Report that describes the effect of instrumental bandpass functions and measurement wavelength interval on spectrally resolved quantities and to provide recommendations on suitable methods to minimise the error introduced by instrumental bandpass functions on spectrally integrated or weighted quantities.

J.C. Zwinkels
R. Baribeau


Optical Measurement of High-Power LEDs
To develop a CIE recommendation on methods for the operation of high-power LEDs in DC and in pulse mode, at specified junction temperatures, for optical measurements.

V. Venkataramanan


Photometric Measurements in the Mesopic Range
1) To produce a Technical Report setting out measurement requirements and procedures for implementation of the CIE task-based system for mesopic photometry. 2) To consider the implications of the new system for mesopic photometry for existing Div.2 publications.

J.C. Zwinkels


Standards for the Measurement of Reflection And Transmittance Properties of Materials
To draft three new CIE standards that describe the minimum requirements for any instrument intended to measure the optical properties of planar, uniform, homogeneous (or nearly so) materials, The standards will define the geometric and spectral requirements, the processes for calibration or standardization of the scales and the required level of uncertainty for the measurement of spectral diffuse reflectance and reflectance factor, spectral regular transmittance, spectral diffuse transmittance, and spectral regular reflectance.

J. C. Zwinkels
N. Rowell

Liaison to ISO TC6

Paper, Pulp and Board

J. C. Zwinkels

Liaison to ISO TC145/SC 2

Safety colour and safety signs

J. C. Zwinkels


Division 3: Environnement intérieur et étude de l’éclairage

Comités techniques

Titre et termes de référence

Membres canadiens

TC 3-34

Protocols for Describing Lighting
To establish a catalogue of application-independant descriptors of lighting. To provide relevant, specific, objective definitions of supporting concepts associated with lighting. To develop a measurement protocol for each of the descriptors, with the goal of achieving protocols for use equally by researchers, in recommendations, and in design. To prepare a strategy and action plan for widespread promulgation and application of these protocols and definitions by researchers, journal editorial boards, lighting educators, CIE Technical Committees and Standards, and in other lighting organisations.

J. Veitch (Chairman)
D. Smith (Corresponding Member)

TC 3-42

Indoor Work Space Application Guide
To determine areas of application to be included and review the CIE 29.2 text and to cross-reference the Standards established in CIE S 008-2001.

K. Pero (Chairman)

TC 3-46

Research Roadmap for Healthful Interior Lighting Applications
The TC will review relevant CIE publications and the more recent scientific literature to identify the information that is needed before such lighting application may take place. The output will be a technical report which will describe a research roadmap intended to stimulate fundamental research into questions relevant to lighting applications. This technical committee follows from the publication of CIE 158:2004 and the two CIE expert symposia on light and lighting and health in 2004 and 2006.

J. Veitch (Chairman)

TC 3-47

Climate-based Daylight Modeling
To describe the state-of-the-art in CBDM and determine levels of research activity; To identify themes in ongoing areas of CBDM research and forecasting of future developments; To identify key areas of core or supporting research which are either lacking or with insufficient activity; To determine key application areas for CBDM and the required data pre-requisites; To codify an authoritative workflow for CBDM that is compliant with agreed quality assurance criteria; To provide guidance on the application of CBDM to predict emerging daylight metrics.

I. Ashdown

TC 3-49

Decision Scheme for Lighting Controls for Tertiary Lighting in Buildings
To offer guidelines in order to balance lighting quality, user comfort and energy efficiency in lighting controls solutions for tertiary lighting in buildings (i.e. for commercial, institutional and industrial buildings). To work on a decision scheme with focus on the user requirements (visual comfort, performance, personal control) to determine the most applicable control solution, including the consequences for possible savings. In this, it needs to be assumed that there are no technological or financial hurdles.

C. Suvagau
J. Veitch (Corresponding Member)

TC 3-50

Lighting Quality Measures for Interior Lighting with LED Lighting Systems
To review relevant CIE publications and standards to evaluate the suitability of existing lighting quality measures when applied to tertiary (commercial) interior light-emitting diode (LED) lighting systems. To identify the gaps and weaknesses in existing quality measures, exhibited in one of two ways: either the criterion is valid, but the evaluation method is not (e.g. colour rendering) or a new criterion needs to be taken into consideration (e.g., overhead glare, binning). To prepare a Technical Report, which will include the findings of the review and recommendations for new lighting quality measures and evaluation methods. as well as suggestions for new research if appropriate quality measures and evaluation methods are missing.

E. Dikel (Corresponding Member)

TC 3-52

Energy Performance of Buildings – Energy Requirements for Lighting
To develop a CIE standard based on the coming revision of the existing EN 15193?"Energy performance of buildings – Energy requirements for lighting" in?line with the activities of ISO and CEN on the revision of all ISO/EN standards for the energy performance of buildings. EN 15193 was developed to establish conventions and procedures for the estimation of energy requirements of lighting in buildings, and gives a methodology for a numeric indicator of energy performance of buildings.

A. Rosemann


Division 4: Éclairage et signalisation pour les transports


Division 5: Éclairage extérieur et autres applications


Division 6: Photobiologie et photochimie

Comités techniques

Titre et termes de référence

Membres canadiens

TC 6-49

Infrared Cataract
To evaluate current biophysical data related to infrared and heat-induced cataractogeneses and report on the potential mechanisms - both thermal and photochemical

A.P. Cullen

TC 6-55

Light Emitting Diodes
To report on the differing methods of assessing the photobiological safety of Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs). The assessment measures in the CIE Lamp Safety Standard, CIE S009/E:2002 will be compared to the measures in IEC 60825-1-2001. This entails a review and report on the known effects from a physiological standpoint and a determination of the dose relationships that pose a potential risk for eye injury from excessive irradiation.

J.D.Y. Deslauriers

TC 6-62

Photobiological Strategies for Adjusting Circadian Phase to Minimize the Impact of Shift Work and Jet Lag.
Terms of reference: To evaluate currently available biological research data relating to chronobiological effects and neurorendocrine effects, to include alerting effects with the aim of develop strategies for countering the effects of shift work and jet lag, as well as other sleep-wake disorders.

M. Dumont


Division 8: Division 8: Technologie des images

Comités techniques

Titre et termes de référence

Membres canadiens

TC 8-10

Office Lighting for Imaging
To report on the spectral power distribution and illumination levels used to view images in office lighting conditions. The report is to be based on empirical research.

B. Jordan
J. Veitch