Smart Sustainable Lighting Network (SSLNet)
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs), unlike conventional lighting offer direct electrical to light conversion and hence the highest possible efficiency. LEDs are one of the most rapidly emerging technology markets. With ever increasing awareness on energy conservation, concurrent with rapid scientific developments, LED technology is currently an exploding sector. The Impact Centre (IMC) at University of Toronto has started a Smart Sustainable Lighting Network (SSLNet) to catalyze Canadian adoption of LEDs and other sustainable lighting technologies.
The network is be devoted to the advancement of Smart Sustainable Lighting in Canada by bringing together researchers, industries, end-users and agencies, and foster constant dialogues, knowledge sharing and facilitate collaborative projects between its members.
The Impact Centre strives to bring science to society.
We believe that science is the foundation for a better quality of life. Research, invention, and innovation are considered among the key contributors to economic development and sustainability of communities in Canada and around the world.
Our vision is to be a place where you can connect with exceptional research, talent, innovative companies, and government to create products and services that benefit society.
We leverage the expertise and resources of universities to create real products and solutions for our clients.
We look forward to connecting with you to create even more impact!
For further information about SSLNet, please contact:
Dr. Venkat Venkataramanan
Director, Scienctific Operations
University of Toronto
60 St. George St., Suite 331
Toronto, M5S 1A7. Ontario
Ph: 416 978 7082
Fax: 416 978 3936