4 reasons not to miss the LUCI Annual General Meeting in Seoul


The LUCI Annual General Meeting, the unique international form for cities on urban lighting, will be taking place from the 2nd to the 6th of November 2016 in Seoul, South Korea.

Here are 4 reasons why you shouldn’t miss it:


1. Conferences on how this dynamic Asian metropolis of 10 million inhabitants develops and manages its urban lighting strategy:

  • context and policy of urban lighting in Seoul
  • implementation and challenges of the Seoul lighting policy
  • lighting the future in Seoul
  • including issues such as enhancing historical and cultural heritage, light pollution and building a smart city

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2. International panel discussions on smart lighting and on social lighting to improve quality of life, featuring, amongst others:

  •  Cathy Johnston, Group Manager at Glasgow City Council
  • Don Slater, Professor and head of Configuring Light at the London School of Economics
  • Kim Joeongsu, Korean lighting designer
  • Kim Hak Jin, General Director of the Seoul City Urban Development Bureau
  • Ed Ebrahimian, Director of the Bureau of Street Lighting, City of Los Angeles



3. The latest urban lighting trends, projects and initiatives from municipalities across the world such as Paris, Helsinki, Glasgow, Oulu, and more in the Open Conference sessions.

Namsan Mountain


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4. The chance to meet and network with close to 500 participants including front-running cities and key players in urban lighting worldwide.


See the LUCI AGM 2016 event programme here

Register here to attend the event



Images: © City of Seoul






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