Is where we met Martin Aubé and we asked his conclusions on LPTMM:
Q: How did it go to Jouvence? Impressions? Echoes?
Martin Aubé: What I heard it’s very positive, people exchanged a lot. We had a meeting at the end of the conferences that aimed to make the people who work in modelling (theorists) to talk with those who are measuring to see how we can make the process more effective. We wanted to see the people needs – what the guys that measure expect from those who are modelling and those that models to have a feed-back. It was amazing, a great success. It must be said that this is the second edition of LPTMM and we noted a growth of about 25% in participation. It remains little in terms of number of participants but even in the world there are about 100 people working in the field so it’s normal.
Q: What do you expect from this event?
Johanne Roby: We expect that all international specialists presents here allow us to discuss and advance in the field of artificial light in order to find solutions that will be effective and, in the same time, good for the night environment.
Q: And how was the organization? Everything is going as planned?