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Basic Information
Name AKASHI, Yukio   
Affiliation Graduate School of Engineering, Architecture and Civil Engineering
Title Professor
Address 3-9-1 Bunkyo, Fukui City, Fukui 910-8507
Tel Number +81-776-27-8498
Fax Number +81-776-27-8746
E-mail akashi@u-fukui.ac.jp
Homepage URL http://anc.anc-d.u-fukui.ac.jp/~akashi/index.html

Career
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.Senior Researcher(1985.04-1998.11)
Lighting Research Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteResearch Assistant Professor(1999.01-2007.06)
University of FukuiAssociate Professor(2007.06-)
University of FukuiProfessor(2012.10-)
Degrees
PhD in Engineering(Musashi Institute of Technology)
Research Topics
Lighting for the elderly
Lighting for mesopic conditions
Major Awards >> Show All
The Teacher of the Year 2012(2013.01)
The Teacher of the Year 2011(2012.01)
The Teacher of the Year(2009.01)
Major Publications/Books (Author,Translator,etc) >> Show All
Assessment of Headlamp Glare and Potential Countermeasures: The Effects of Headlamp Mounting Height (DOT HS 810 947), U.S. Department of Transportation, 2008.10
Sensitivity Analysis of Headlamp Parameters Affecting Visibility and Glare (DOT HS 811 055), U.S. Department of Transportation, 2008.06
Investigation of Safety-Based Advanced Forward-Lighting Concepts to Reduce Glare (DOT HS 811 033), U.S. Department of Transportation, 2008.06
Major Publications/Papers >> Show All
Several views of metal halide and high-pressure sodium lighting for outdoor applications, Lighting Research & Technology, 2009.12
Spectral characteristics and efficiency of lamps - with a teaching aid, a simplified spectrometer, JELMA Journal, 2009.10
The Effect of Yellowing Human Crystalline Lens on the Mesopic Vision, CIE Light and Lighting Conference, 2009.05
Response of night-migrating songbirds in cloud to colored and flashing light, North American Birds, 2007.06
Visual mechanisms and implementations of sparkle, Proceedings of the 26th session of the International Commision on Illumination, 2007.06
Major Artistic Works and Technological Products >> Show All
LED luminaire simulating a Japanese traditional candle, 2011.03
spectrometer, 2009.10
Lighting of Pentagon Memorial, 2008.09
Academic Societies
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America, Architectural Institute of Japan, Illuminating Engineering Institute of Japan
 
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