Course Description

This course is an advanced-level course which stresses individual study, self-motivation, the skills required to research information, oral and written presentation, and client communication skills. It provides an opportunity for students to investigate a problem in either lighting technology or lighting applications (e.g., a behavioural or perceptual effect) with a faculty member, or an adjunct such as the National Research Council, or an independent consultant, or an industry lamp/luminaire manufacturer. The student may define the research question in collaboration with the supervisor, or may work on an ongoing research practicum with a faculty member, and will define, conduct, and report on the investigation that answers the question.


Prerequisites: CDID 500, CDID 505, CDID 510, CDID 520, CDID 540 and CDID 560

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