Emeritus Professor Warren Julian

PhD, Sydney; MSc(Arch), Sydney; DipBdgSc, Sydney; BE(Hons II/1), Sydney; BSc, Sydney.
Coordinator, Illumination Design program

G04 - Wilkinson Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 5599

Biographical details

Professional Experience

1964-1968 Trainee Engineer, NSW Department of Public Works.

Jan-May 1969 Design Engineer (Gr I), Government Architect's Branch, NSWPWD.

May 1969-Nov 1970 Construction Engineer (Gr II), Government Architect's Branch, NSWPWD.

Nov 1970-March 1971 Design Engineer (Gr II) Government Architect's Branch NSWPWD.

March 1971-Dec 1976 Lecturer, Department of Architectural Science, University of Sydney.

1977-1984 Senior Lecturer, Department of Architectural Science, University of Sydney.

Since 1979 Director of Lighting Studies, Department of Architectural and Design Science.

Since Jan 1985 Associate Professor, Department of Architectural and Design Science.

1986-1997 Dean, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney.

Visiting appointments overseas

Aug 1975-March 1976 Visiting Lecturer, Department of Civil Engineering, City University, London. May 1981-Aug 1981 Visiting Lecturer, Department of Civil Engineering, City University, London.

May 1984-Aug 1984 Visiting Research Scientist, Electricity Council Research Centre, Capenhurst, Chester.

Author of 180 books, book chapters scientific papers and articles on lighting-related subjects.

Associations

Major University appointments

Dean, Faculty of Architecture, Design & Planning

Member, Advisory Committee on Continuing Education

Member, Security Policy Committee

Member, Academic Board

Member, Sydney College of the Arts Board

Member, Graduate School of Business Board

Senate appointee, University of Sydney Union Board of Directors (since 1987)

University's appointee, CASMAC – Executive and Management Reporting Module

Member, CASMAC Steering Committee

Site Planning and Facilities Management committees for the Strategy Plan and the Precinct Plans

Deans' Committee

Member, Planning Research Centre

Member, Ian Buchan Fell housing Research Centre

Member, Key Centre of Design Quality Members' Board

Major honorary appointments

President, National Council, Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand (IESANZ).

President, NSW Council, IESANZ.

Editor, Lighting (bimonthly journal of the IESANZ)

Member, (then) Lighting Standards Board, Standards Australia.

Member, Electrical Standards Advisory Committee, Standards Australia.

Member, Committees LG/1, LG/10 and LG/13, Standards Australia.

Vice-President (Publications), Commission Internationale de l'Eclairage (CIE)

Vice-President (Technical), Commission Internationale de l'Eclairage (CIE)

Member, (for Australia) General Assembly, CIE

Chair, Publications Board, CIE

Chair, Divisional Directors, CIE

Member, Board of Administration, CIE

Member, Lux Pacifica Organisation

Chair, Organising Committee of 22nd Session of the CIE

Australian Member, Division VII, CIE

Chair, Australian National Committee on Illumination (now CIE Australia)

Correspondent, Lighting Research and Technology (UK)

Regular contributor, Electrical Design (UK)

Editorial Board, Light and Engineering (Svetotekhnika-in-English) (Russia)

Editorial Board, Applied Human Science – Journal of Physiological Anthropology (Japan)

Editor, CIE Technical Report (TC 1-16), Lighting Needs of the Partially Sighted

Chair, CIE Technical Committee 5-12, Obtrusive Light.

Editor, CIE Special Interest Group Lighting Education Newsletter

Selected grants

2001

  • Daylighting Buildings in the 21st Century; Julian W; DIST Aus Industry Technology Diffusion Program/Research Grant.

2000

  • Daylighting Buildings in the 21st Century; Julian W; Department of Industry, Science & Resources/Research Grant.

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Julian, W. (2003). Lighting Basic Concepts. Sydney: Sydney : Dept. of Architectural Science.

Edited Books

  • Julian, W. (2001). Interior lighting. Part 4., Maintenance of electric lighting systems. Sydney, NSW: Standards Australia.

Book Chapters

  • Julian, W. (2002). Bringing the world together - The Lux Pacifica. Directory of the Lighting Industry in India, (pp. 31-33). Mumbai: Indian Society of Lighting Engineers.

Journals

  • Julian, W. (2013). Opinion: Seeing is believing? Lighting Research and Technology, 45(3), 266. [More Information]
  • Smith, P., Rosenman, M., Julian, W. (2011). Architectural Science Review | Book Reviews 54:4. Architectural Science Review, 54(4), 356-362. [More Information]
  • Zhang, Y., Julian, W., Purcell, A. (2010). A Direct Way to Show the Relationship of Contrast Sensitivity and Adaptation Luminance. Journal of Light and Visual Environment, 34(2), 82-86. [More Information]
  • Julian, W. (2010). Book Reviews: Daylighting, Architecture and Health and Colour for Architecture Today. Architectural Science Review, 53(3), 348-353.
  • Julian, W. (2010). Opinion: Lighting’s parallel universes. Lighting Research and Technology, 42(2), 133-133. [More Information]
  • Julian, W. (2006). Detecting le nuvole (in Italian). Luce e Design, 17(3), 22-23.
  • Julian, W. (2006). Floodlighting the Sydney Opera House. Outlook - Building Perspectives, 05, 16-19.
  • Julian, W. (2005). Message from Australia and New Zealand. Journal of Light and Visual Environment, 25(1), 1-2.
  • Julian, W. (2004). The value of lighting education. Lighting, 24(2), 54-64.
  • Julian, W. (2003). A Quantum Leap is Needed in the Use of Daylight. Lighting, 23(1), 20-29.
  • Julian, W. (2003). Professional annular scotomas. Clinical and Experimental Optometry, 86(6), 361-362.
  • Julian, W. (2002). Beautification needs educated lighting Designers. Light and Lighting (Chinese), 26(1), 30-30.
  • Julian, W. (2002). Compelling interiors. Lighting, 22(1), 22-25.
  • Julian, W. (2002). Jason Bird Luminaire Designer. Lighting, 22(5), 39-41.
  • Julian, W. (2002). The human needs of lighting. Luminaires et Eclairage, 1(1), 12-22.
  • Reiley, B., Julian, W. (2001). 1999 IESANZ International Lighting Awards. Lighting, 20(3), 11-27.
  • Julian, W. (2001). Restaurant and bar lighting. Lighting, 21(4), 22-35.
  • Hayman, S., Julian, W. (2001). Sky analysis from CCD images: cloud cover. Lighting Research and Technology, 33, 211-222.
  • Julian, W. (2001). The inverse square law and the mother of invention. Lighting, 21(6), 12-14.

Edited Journals

  • Julian, W. (2007). (delete - see 1109888xPUB617) Lighting Art and Science. Lighting, 27(2).
  • Julian, W. (2001). Lighting - Editor. Lighting, 21.

Conferences

  • Zhang, Y., Julian, W. (2010). Image processing in lighting. Annual International Conference for Academic Disciplines, Austria: International Journal of Arts and Sciences.
  • Julian, W. (2009). 6th LUX Pacifica | Light without Borders. 6th Lux Pacifica, Sydney: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Zhang, Y., Julian, W., Purcell, A. (2009). A way of simulating effect of change of adaptation on contrast sensitivity. 43rd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association ANZAScA 2009, Australia: University of Tasmania.
  • Julian, W. (2006). LEDs - Strengths and Weaknesses. Guangzhou International Lighting Technology Symposium.
  • Julian, W. (2006). Lighting Masterplanning - Achieving Successful City Lighting? The Lighting Society Convention 2006.
  • Julian, W. (2006). Urban Lighting in Sydney - a Cultural Comparison with China. 2nd Forum of Lighting Culture of Modern Cities.
  • Julian, W. (2005). LUX PACIFICA: Towards a Sustainable Lighting Future. 5th Lux Pacifica 2005, Canberra: The Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand Limited.
  • Julian, W. (2003). Achieving successful city lighting for tourism. Expert International Symposium on City Lighting, singapore: National University of Singapore.
  • Julian, W. (2003). City Lighting and its Effect on Sky-Glow Generation - Powerpoint presentation. IAUXXV, chile.
  • Julian, W. (2003). Realising the potential of daylight in buildings. International Lighting and Colour Conference.
  • Julian, W. (2002). Challenges for Designers in Implementing Advanced Lighting Systems. 2002 Korean Solar Energy Society International Symposium.
  • Julian, W. (2002). Considerations in the design of the visual environment for the aged partially sighted. Lux Pacifica 2002.
  • Julian, W. (2002). Making the most of Australia's advantages. 47th IES Lighting Convention, Australia: The Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand Limited.
  • Julian, W. (2002). The Need for Lighting Education. Seventh International Conference on Education and Training in Optics and Photonics, online: OPETA.

Textual Creative Works

  • Julian, W. (2011). 2nd Taiwan International Lighting Show. Lighting, 31(2) April/May 2011, (pp. 75 - 78). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2011). Lighting Awards - Innovation and Quality Abound. Lighting, (pp. 34 - 34). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2011). Moving Forward. Lighting, (pp. 12 - 12). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2011). Not Seeing the Light at the End of the Tunnel. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2011). Now You See It, Now You Don't. Lighting, (pp. 18 - 23). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2011). Taken Completely By Surprise. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2011). We Need A Brighter Future. Lighting, (pp. 8 - 8). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2010). 80 years of Voluntarism. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2010). Beware of those terrible cavities. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2010). Extinctions: (Year of the) Tiger - Standards Australia. Lighting, (pp. 6 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2010). LED led EXPO. Lighting, (pp. 6 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2010). Opinion: Lighting's parallel universes. Lighting Research and Technology, 2010 42:(2), Oxford, UK, Australia: Sage Publications.
  • Julian, W. (2010). Seeing Red. Lighting, (pp. 10 - 10). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2010). The Year of LED Questions. Lighting, (pp. 6 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2009). As Safe as Houses. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2009). Cities and Light. Lighting, (pp. 8 - 8). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2009). Good News in Gloomy Times. Lighting, (pp. 10 - 10). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2009). Oh No, Not Again. Lighting, (pp. 8 - 8). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2009). The Passing of a Pioneer. Lighting, (pp. 6 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2009). The year of the LED. Lighting, (pp. 6 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2008). A Poverty of Ideas but a Richness of Surpluses. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2008). Eyes Wide Open. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2008). Judge Not Lest Ye Be Judged. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2008). The Devil's in the Detail. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2008). The Road to Oblivion. Lighting, (pp. 10 - 10). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2008). Tipping Points and Run-Away Events. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2007). Green with Energy, Rather than Envy. Lighting, 27(1), (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2007). Politicians .. are operating under a psychotic premise. Lighting, 27(5), (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2007). Shock and Awe. Lighting, (pp. 6 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2007). The End of the Incandescent Lamp? Lighting, (pp. 8 - 9). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2007). The Importance of Seeing Energy Saved. Lighting, (pp. 6 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2006). Time for a new lighting awards category. Lighting, 26(5), (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..

Other Works

  • Julian, W. (2009). Interior lighting Part 0: Safe movement. Australian/New Zealand Standard, 2009, (pp. 1 - 15). Sydney, Australia: Standards Australia/ Standards New Zealand.
  • Julian, W. (2008). Interior and Workplace Lighting. Australian/ New Zealand Standard, 2008, (pp. 1 - 124). Sydney, Australia: Standards Australia.
  • Julian, W. (2006). AS/NZS 1680.1:2006 Interior and workplace lighting - General principles and recommendations, AS/NZS 1680.1:2006, (pp. 1 - 124). Sydney, Australia: Standards Australia/ Standards New Zealand.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Julian, W. (2011). Led. China Solid State Lighting.
  • Julian, W. (2007). Streetlighting in Pune not up to mark: Experts. Indian Express.
  • Julian, W. (2001). The lighting future - a human approach Part 1. Electricity and Control, , 39-43.

Reference Works

  • Cowan, H., Smith, P., Chow, W., Fricke, F., Holland, G., Julian, W., Leifer, D., Marsh, C., Noble, D., Rowe, D., Tuzmen, A., et al (2004). Dictionary of architectural and building technology. In Henry J Cowan, Peter R Smith (Eds.), Dictionary of architectural and building technology. Taylor and Francis.
  • Julian, W. (2004). lighting and electrical contributions. In Cowan, HJ and Smith, PR (Eds.), Dictionary of Architectural and Building Technology, 4th Ed. London: Spon Press.

2013

  • Julian, W. (2013). Opinion: Seeing is believing? Lighting Research and Technology, 45(3), 266. [More Information]

2011

  • Julian, W. (2011). 2nd Taiwan International Lighting Show. Lighting, 31(2) April/May 2011, (pp. 75 - 78). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Smith, P., Rosenman, M., Julian, W. (2011). Architectural Science Review | Book Reviews 54:4. Architectural Science Review, 54(4), 356-362. [More Information]
  • Julian, W. (2011). Led. China Solid State Lighting.
  • Julian, W. (2011). Lighting Awards - Innovation and Quality Abound. Lighting, (pp. 34 - 34). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2011). Moving Forward. Lighting, (pp. 12 - 12). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2011). Not Seeing the Light at the End of the Tunnel. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2011). Now You See It, Now You Don't. Lighting, (pp. 18 - 23). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2011). Taken Completely By Surprise. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2011). We Need A Brighter Future. Lighting, (pp. 8 - 8). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..

2010

  • Julian, W. (2010). 80 years of Voluntarism. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Zhang, Y., Julian, W., Purcell, A. (2010). A Direct Way to Show the Relationship of Contrast Sensitivity and Adaptation Luminance. Journal of Light and Visual Environment, 34(2), 82-86. [More Information]
  • Julian, W. (2010). Beware of those terrible cavities. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2010). Book Reviews: Daylighting, Architecture and Health and Colour for Architecture Today. Architectural Science Review, 53(3), 348-353.
  • Julian, W. (2010). Extinctions: (Year of the) Tiger - Standards Australia. Lighting, (pp. 6 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Zhang, Y., Julian, W. (2010). Image processing in lighting. Annual International Conference for Academic Disciplines, Austria: International Journal of Arts and Sciences.
  • Julian, W. (2010). LED led EXPO. Lighting, (pp. 6 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2010). Opinion: Lighting's parallel universes. Lighting Research and Technology, 2010 42:(2), Oxford, UK, Australia: Sage Publications.
  • Julian, W. (2010). Opinion: Lighting’s parallel universes. Lighting Research and Technology, 42(2), 133-133. [More Information]
  • Julian, W. (2010). Seeing Red. Lighting, (pp. 10 - 10). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2010). The Year of LED Questions. Lighting, (pp. 6 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..

2009

  • Julian, W. (2009). 6th LUX Pacifica | Light without Borders. 6th Lux Pacifica, Sydney: Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney.
  • Zhang, Y., Julian, W., Purcell, A. (2009). A way of simulating effect of change of adaptation on contrast sensitivity. 43rd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association ANZAScA 2009, Australia: University of Tasmania.
  • Julian, W. (2009). As Safe as Houses. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2009). Cities and Light. Lighting, (pp. 8 - 8). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2009). Good News in Gloomy Times. Lighting, (pp. 10 - 10). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2009). Interior lighting Part 0: Safe movement. Australian/New Zealand Standard, 2009, (pp. 1 - 15). Sydney, Australia: Standards Australia/ Standards New Zealand.
  • Julian, W. (2009). Oh No, Not Again. Lighting, (pp. 8 - 8). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2009). The Passing of a Pioneer. Lighting, (pp. 6 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2009). The year of the LED. Lighting, (pp. 6 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..

2008

  • Julian, W. (2008). A Poverty of Ideas but a Richness of Surpluses. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2008). Eyes Wide Open. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2008). Interior and Workplace Lighting. Australian/ New Zealand Standard, 2008, (pp. 1 - 124). Sydney, Australia: Standards Australia.
  • Julian, W. (2008). Judge Not Lest Ye Be Judged. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2008). The Devil's in the Detail. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2008). The Road to Oblivion. Lighting, (pp. 10 - 10). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2008). Tipping Points and Run-Away Events. Lighting, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..

2007

  • Julian, W. (2007). (delete - see 1109888xPUB617) Lighting Art and Science. Lighting, 27(2).
  • Julian, W. (2007). Green with Energy, Rather than Envy. Lighting, 27(1), (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2007). Politicians .. are operating under a psychotic premise. Lighting, 27(5), (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2007). Shock and Awe. Lighting, (pp. 6 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2007). Streetlighting in Pune not up to mark: Experts. Indian Express.
  • Julian, W. (2007). The End of the Incandescent Lamp? Lighting, (pp. 8 - 9). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2007). The Importance of Seeing Energy Saved. Lighting, (pp. 6 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..

2006

  • Julian, W. (2006). AS/NZS 1680.1:2006 Interior and workplace lighting - General principles and recommendations, AS/NZS 1680.1:2006, (pp. 1 - 124). Sydney, Australia: Standards Australia/ Standards New Zealand.
  • Julian, W. (2006). Detecting le nuvole (in Italian). Luce e Design, 17(3), 22-23.
  • Julian, W. (2006). Floodlighting the Sydney Opera House. Outlook - Building Perspectives, 05, 16-19.
  • Julian, W. (2006). LEDs - Strengths and Weaknesses. Guangzhou International Lighting Technology Symposium.
  • Julian, W. (2006). Lighting Masterplanning - Achieving Successful City Lighting? The Lighting Society Convention 2006.
  • Julian, W. (2006). Time for a new lighting awards category. Lighting, 26(5), (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Rala Information Service Pty. Ltd..
  • Julian, W. (2006). Urban Lighting in Sydney - a Cultural Comparison with China. 2nd Forum of Lighting Culture of Modern Cities.

2005

  • Julian, W. (2005). LUX PACIFICA: Towards a Sustainable Lighting Future. 5th Lux Pacifica 2005, Canberra: The Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand Limited.
  • Julian, W. (2005). Message from Australia and New Zealand. Journal of Light and Visual Environment, 25(1), 1-2.

2004

  • Cowan, H., Smith, P., Chow, W., Fricke, F., Holland, G., Julian, W., Leifer, D., Marsh, C., Noble, D., Rowe, D., Tuzmen, A., et al (2004). Dictionary of architectural and building technology. In Henry J Cowan, Peter R Smith (Eds.), Dictionary of architectural and building technology. Taylor and Francis.
  • Julian, W. (2004). lighting and electrical contributions. In Cowan, HJ and Smith, PR (Eds.), Dictionary of Architectural and Building Technology, 4th Ed. London: Spon Press.
  • Julian, W. (2004). The value of lighting education. Lighting, 24(2), 54-64.

2003

  • Julian, W. (2003). A Quantum Leap is Needed in the Use of Daylight. Lighting, 23(1), 20-29.
  • Julian, W. (2003). Achieving successful city lighting for tourism. Expert International Symposium on City Lighting, singapore: National University of Singapore.
  • Julian, W. (2003). City Lighting and its Effect on Sky-Glow Generation - Powerpoint presentation. IAUXXV, chile.
  • Julian, W. (2003). Lighting Basic Concepts. Sydney: Sydney : Dept. of Architectural Science.
  • Julian, W. (2003). Professional annular scotomas. Clinical and Experimental Optometry, 86(6), 361-362.
  • Julian, W. (2003). Realising the potential of daylight in buildings. International Lighting and Colour Conference.

2002

  • Julian, W. (2002). Beautification needs educated lighting Designers. Light and Lighting (Chinese), 26(1), 30-30.
  • Julian, W. (2002). Bringing the world together - The Lux Pacifica. Directory of the Lighting Industry in India, (pp. 31-33). Mumbai: Indian Society of Lighting Engineers.
  • Julian, W. (2002). Challenges for Designers in Implementing Advanced Lighting Systems. 2002 Korean Solar Energy Society International Symposium.
  • Julian, W. (2002). Compelling interiors. Lighting, 22(1), 22-25.
  • Julian, W. (2002). Considerations in the design of the visual environment for the aged partially sighted. Lux Pacifica 2002.
  • Julian, W. (2002). Jason Bird Luminaire Designer. Lighting, 22(5), 39-41.
  • Julian, W. (2002). Making the most of Australia's advantages. 47th IES Lighting Convention, Australia: The Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand Limited.
  • Julian, W. (2002). The human needs of lighting. Luminaires et Eclairage, 1(1), 12-22.
  • Julian, W. (2002). The Need for Lighting Education. Seventh International Conference on Education and Training in Optics and Photonics, online: OPETA.

2001

  • Reiley, B., Julian, W. (2001). 1999 IESANZ International Lighting Awards. Lighting, 20(3), 11-27.
  • Julian, W. (2001). Interior lighting. Part 4., Maintenance of electric lighting systems. Sydney, NSW: Standards Australia.
  • Julian, W. (2001). Lighting - Editor. Lighting, 21.
  • Julian, W. (2001). Restaurant and bar lighting. Lighting, 21(4), 22-35.
  • Hayman, S., Julian, W. (2001). Sky analysis from CCD images: cloud cover. Lighting Research and Technology, 33, 211-222.
  • Julian, W. (2001). The inverse square law and the mother of invention. Lighting, 21(6), 12-14.
  • Julian, W. (2001). The lighting future - a human approach Part 1. Electricity and Control, , 39-43.

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