Myriam Aries holds a MSc in Building Technology (TU Delft, NL) and a PhD in Building Physics/Lighting (TU Eindhoven, NL). Following the completion of her PhD she has worked as a post-doctoral fellow of Lighting (NRC Canada) for two years, and as an Indoor Environment and Health researcher (TNO Built Environment and Geosciences, NL). After a M.Sc. project with regard to visual comfort, she has expanded her knowledge of human lighting demands and health requirements in office buildings during her PhD-research. During the two-year post-doctoral fellowship she continued her work with light and health with the lighting group of NRC Canada. She worked on (statistical) models explaining the relationship between the physical aspects of the (work) environment, environmental satisfaction, health, and job satisfaction. At TNO, her work had focused predominantly on practical and socially relevant (health) assessment research and tools. Currently, she is working as an assistant professor lighting at the technical university in Eindhoven. She has expertise in the field of daylight application, visual comfort, and human light and health demands in offices.
Systematic review on the interaction between office light conditions and occupational health: Elucidating gaps and methodological issuesIndoor and Built Environment (2019)
Systematic review on the interaction between office light conditions and occupational health : elucidating gaps and methodological issuesIndoor and Built Environment (2019)
Dimming strategies for open office lightingLighting Research and Technology (2019)
A multidirectional spectral measurement method and instrument to investigate non-image-forming effects of lightMeasurement Science and Technology (2018)
Lokal versus ZentralLicht : Planung, Design, Technik, Handel (2017)
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