- LASSI Integration with Argus, Kale Harbick, Ph.D., Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, February 21, 2018.
Recent publications from Tessa Pocock, Senior Research Scientist, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and GLASE Principal Investigator
- LED efficacy, UV, and plant feedback highlight horticulture presentations – LED Magazine article highlighting Tessa Pocock’s plenary talk at the US Horticultural Lighting Conference on using the physiological state of the plant to control the light.
- Influence of light-emitting diodes (LED) on lighting sensing and signaling networks in plants. Chapter 3 in Light Emitting Diodes for Agriculture: Smart Lighting.
- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Study Demonstrates that Both High Yields and Nutritional Quality of Leafy Greens Can Be Achieved With LUXEON SunPlus Lime LEDs
- RPI Study Demonstrates that Both High Yields and Nutritional Quality of Leafy Greens Can Be Achieved With LUXEON SunPlus Lime LEDs
- Spectroscopy of Mn4+ in Double Perovskites, La2LiSbO6 and La2MgTiO6: Deep Red Photon Generators for Agriculture LEDs
From the 2017 American Society for Horticultural Sciences Annual Conference, read summaries of, listen to or view these talks:
- Impact of Green, Far-red, and White Light on Lettuce Grown Under Sole Source Lighting – Neil Mattson, Associate Professor, Cornell University, and GLASE PI
- The Biological Effects of Different Phosphors Used in LED Down Conversion – Tessa Pocock, Senior Research Scientist, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and GLASE PI
- Environmental Practices to Optimize the Growth, Development, and Nutritional Quality of Microgreens – Jonathan Allred, graduate student (Mattson Lab), Cornell University.
Mattson also delivered a talk on Light Spectrum Effects on Edible Pansy filling in for lead author Wan Soon Kim, The University of Seoul, who could not attend. Mattson and research associate Kale Harbick were also co-authors of Creating Lighting Uniformity in the Greenhouse. GLASE executive director was co-author of Automated Determination and Maintenance of Optimal Light Levels for Controlled Environment Agriculture.
A Chlorophyll Fluorescence-based Biofeedback System to Control Photosynthetic Lighting in Controlled Environment Agriculture [J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 141(2):169–176] – co-authored by Erico Mattos, GLASE Executive Director and received the American Society for Horticultural Sciences Outstanding Cross-Commodity Publication for papers published in 2016.
Proposed Product Label for Electric Lamps Used in the Plant Sciences, by a team of researchers led by GLASE collaborator A. J. Both, Rutgers University was published in the Technology and Product Reports section of HortTechnology in August 2017. HortTechnology 27(4):544-549.