Amir Nezamdoost, UO Architecture PhD and ESBL graduate research fellow, was selected as a finalist for the prestigious SLL Young Lighter of the Year 2017 competition. Nezamdoost is one of three young researchers shortlisted for the international award – the finalists’ presentations and announcement of the winner to follow at the LUX Awards at ExCel in London in November.
For more information on the competition: SLL Young Lighter 2017
Additionally, Nezamdoost received the Richard Kelley Grant for 2016 – an award established by the New York Section
of the Illuminating Engineering Society in 1980. “The purpose is to recognize and encourage creative thought and activity in the use of light. Award(s) are granted to the person(s) who preserve and carry forth Richard Kelly’s ideals, enthusiasm and reverence for light.” – IESNYC
For more information on the Richard Kelly Grant: IESNYC
Congratulations to Amir for success in his lighting research!