Workshop: Visual ergonomics and digital display use: progress on the development of technical report CIE TC 3-58. CIE Australia Lighting Research Conference 2021
Long J (2020) Unifying the art and function of light in the built environment – the collaborative roles of visual ergonomists and lighting designers. Illuminating Engineering Society Forum for Illumination Research, Engineering and Science (FIRES). Published online 10 July 2020.
Jennifer Long interviewed by the Australian Institute of Health & Safety in July 2019 for article What is the real impact of LED and blue light on health and safety? Published online 23 July 2019.
Long J (2019) Visual discomfort associated with ceiling luminaires: observations, trends and challenges 2009 – 2018. Proceedings of the 29th CIE session, Washington DC, USA, June 14-22 2019.
Long J (2016) Healthy, safe, comfortable and productive workplaces: a visual ergonomics perspective.
Proceedings of the 51st Annual Conference of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society of Australia, Gold Coast, Australia.
Long J (2013) Workplace lighting – adjustability is the key.
Lighting: Art & Science for International Designers, October/November 2013, page 42-44
Long J (2008) Energy efficient lighting and OHS.
OHS Alert, CCH Australia Limited, Issue 9, 5th November 2008, page 7-9
Long J (2008) Energy efficiency, ergonomics and eyes.
IES:The Lighting Convention 2008, 9-11 October 2008 Queenstown, New Zealand
Long J (2007) Methodology for the assessment of glare in indoor work environments.
In Bust (ed) (2007) Contemporary Ergonomics 2007, proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Ergonomics Society, Nottingham, UK, April 2007. Taylor & Francis, 2007, page 421-426
Long J (2007) Putting a check on indoor glare.
Advanced Safety, Summer 2007, 28-29
Conferences + Seminars.
Here are the conferences and events that I will be speaking at in 2021:
Previous seminars and conferences from the past few years:
WEBINAR: You can’t see!!!! Who’s responsible – the worker or the workplace? Or both? Australian Institute of Health and Safety (AIHS). North west Sydney / Central Coast safety group.
WEBINAR: Working from Home Resources Launch – Human Factors & Ergonomics Society of Australia online professional development event