Professor Warren Julian

Title: Professor
Name: Warren Julian
Position: Coordinator, Illumination Design program
Location: Room 479, Wilkinson Building (G04), 148 City Road, The University of Sydney, NSW 2006
Phone: +61 2 9351 5599
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Curriculum Vitae

Academic Awards
BSc(Syd), 1967 majors: Pure Mathematics and Physics.
BE(Hons II/1) (Syd), 1969 majors: Electronics and Communications. Thesis: The Application of Voice Frequency Techniques to Railway Signalling and Control.
DipBdgSc(Syd), 1973
MSc(Arch) (Syd), 1974 Thesis: The Development of a High Level Interactive Interface for use with Low Speed Terminals (Using APL).
PhD(Syd), 1984 Thesis: The Design of the Visual Environment for the Aged Partially Sighted.

Prizes and awards
Building Science Prize, 1970 for History of Building Science.
AP Turnbull Award, 1978 Illuminating Engineering Society for an outstanding contribution to lighting education.
Life Fellowship, 1988 Illuminating Engineering Society for an outstanding contribution to the art and science of lighting in Australia.

Employment history
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.

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

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

Publications / Papers

Books and book chapters

Julian, WG. and Portelli, P. Saving energy through lighting management, AGPS, Canberra, 1994, 45pp.

Smith, P.R. and Julian, W.G., Building Services, Applied Science Publishers Ltd., 1976, pp.xi+313.

Julian, W.G., (principal author) DR89107 Interior Lighting Part 1: General principles and recommendations. Public review part revision of AS1680-1976 to be known as AS1680.1. Standards Australia, Sydney, 1989,??pp

Julian, W.G., (principal author) AS1680.1-1990 Interior Lighting Part 1: General principles and recommendations. Standards Australia, Sydney, 1990,??pp

Gero, J.S. and Julian, W.G. Interaction in the Planning of Buildings (= Chapter 7, pp.184-229) in Spatial Synthesis in Computer-Aided Building Design, ed. C.M. Eastman, Applied Science Publishers Ltd., 1975, pp.xii+333.

Gero, J.S. and Julian, W.G., High-Level Non-Graphical Interaction in Computer-Aided Design (=Chapter, pp.241-266) in CAD Systems, ed. J.J. Allen, North Holland Publishing Company, 1977, pp.ix+457.

Julian, W.G., Studies in Natural Lighting (=Section 7.4, pp.101-106) in Building Science Laboratory Manual, H.J. Cowan and F.J. Dixon, Applied Science Publishers, 1978, pp.xi+156.

Julian, W.G., Subjective Studies in Lighting (=Section 7.5, pp.106) in Building Science Laboratory Manual, H.J. Cowan and F.J. Dixon, Applied Science Publishers, 1978, pp.xi+156.

Julian, W.G., Electrical Work (=Section, pp.63-65) in Low Cost Country Home Building, Dept. Env. and Planning, NSW Government, 1981, pp.119.

Julian, W.G., Lighting entries in Dictionary of Architectural and Building Technology, H.J. Cowan and P.R. Smith (eds.), Elsevier Applied Science Publishers, London, 1986.

Julian, W.G., Units and Measurements in Lighting (pp.2); Colour Measurement Systems (pp.2) and Electrical Measurements (pp.2) in Encyclopaedia of Building Technology, Prentice Hall, 1987

Julian, W.G., Lighting (Chapter 19 pp 308-322) in Handbook of Architectural Technology, ed Cowan, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 1991, pp. 490

Julian, WG. AS1680.1 – 1990, The important technical changes in Interior Lighting in the workplace, Standards Australia (SEM 33-91), April/May 1991, pp6-16

Julian, W.G. (ed.), Light 200 – Proceedings 34th IES National Convention, Illuminating Engineering Society, Sydney, Sydney,1988. 142 pp.

Julian, WG. (ed) Discomfort glare in interior lighting. CIE Publication 117, CIE, Vienna, 1995, 50pp

Julian, W G 2001, Interior lighting. Part 4., Maintenance of electric lighting systems, Standards Australia, Sydney, NSW

Julian, W G 2002, Bringing the world together - The Lux Pacifica, Directory of the Lighting Industry in India, Indian Society of Lighting Engineers, Mumbai, 31-33


Teaching books

Julian, W.G., Introduction to the Science of Architectural Materials, Dept. Arch. Sc., University of Sydney, 1971, pp.110 (latest revision, 1983).

Julian, W.G., Lighting, Dept. Arch. Sc., University of Sydney, 1972, pp.120.

Julian, W.G., 2.311 Laboratory Manual, Dept. Arch. Sc., University of Sydney, 1973, pp.76.

Julian, W.G., 3.101 Laboratory Manual, Dept. Arch. Sc., University of Sydney, 1974, pp.80.

Julian, W.G., Lighting, Dept. Arch. Sc., University of Sydney, 1975, pp.75.

Julian, W.G., (ed.) Lighting - Basic Concepts, Dept. Arch. Science, University of Sydney, (1st Edn. 1979; 2nd edn. 1980; 3rd edn. 1983; 4th edn. 1984; reprinted 1985,1986,1987, 1988,1989, 1990, 1991 and 1992), pp.viii+203.

Julian, W G 2003, Lighting Basic Concepts, Sydney : Dept. of Architectural Science, Sydney

Journal editor

Julian, W.G. Lighting in Australia, Vol. 3, 1983, 192 pp.

Julian, W.G. Lighting in Australia, Vol. 4, 1984, 192 pp.

Julian, W.G. Lighting in Australia, Vol. 5, 1985, 192 pp.

Julian, W.G. Lighting in Australia, Vol. 6, 1986, 192 pp.

Julian, W.G. Lighting in Australia, Vol. 7, 1987, 192 pp.

Julian, W.G. Lighting in Australia, Vol. 8, 1988, 192 pp.

Julian, W.G. Lighting in Australia, Vol. 9, 1989, 192 pp.

Julian, W.G. Lighting in Australia, Vol. 10, 1990, 212 pp.

Julian, W.G. Lighting in Australia, Vol. 11, 1991, 212 pp.

Julian, W.G. Lighting in Australia, Vol. 12, 1992, 212 pp.

Julian, W.G. Lighting in Australia, Vol. 13, 1993, 212pp.

Julian, W.G. Lighting Vol. 14, 1994, 240pp

Julian, W.G. Lighting Vol. 15, 1995, 320pp

Julian, W G 2001, Lighting - Editor, Lighting, 21

Book Reviews
Julian, W G 2010, Book Reviews: Daylighting, Architecture and Health and Colour for Architecture Today, Architectural Science Review, 53(3), 348-353

Smith, P R, Rosenman, M A, Julian, W G 2011, Architectural Science Review | Book Reviews 54:4, Architectural Science Review, 54(4), 356-362


Journals and conference proceedings

Julian, W.G., Daylight Factor, IES Ltg. Rev., (37, 6), 1975, p.153.

Julian, W.G., What is PSALI?, IES Ltg. Rev., (37, 6), 1975, p.163.

Julian, W.G., Sunlight and Daylight in Cities, Collected Papers 1977 ANZAAS /ANZAScA Conference, 1978, also in Proc. 13th Annual Conference of Ergonomics Society of Aust. & N.Z., 1979.

Fricke, F.R. and Julian, W.G., Intersensory Perception, Proc. N.Z. Acoustical Society Conference, 1979.

Julian, W.G., Liskowski, L. and Morand, F., Revealing Texture and Form in Floodlighting, IES Ltg. Rev., (41, 1) 1979, pp.9-10.

Julian, W.G., Modern Building Materials and Gloom, Proc. 1981 ANZAScA Conference.

Julian, W.G., Effet de Surfaces a faibles facteurs de reflexion dans les batiments modernes, (French abstract), Lux, (14) 1981.

Julian, W.G., Glare Effects from Daylight in Modern Building, Proc. Daylight and Energy Conservation Symposium UNSW, 1982, pp.8.1-8.10.

Julian, W.G., The Limitation of Unwanted Spill Light from Floodlighting, Ltg. in Aust., (2, 1), 1982, p.25.

Julian, W.G., Valg af Overflader og Deres Indflydelse pa Belysningskvaliteten ngere Udviklingstendenser. (Modern Trends in Building Finishes and their influence on the quality of lighting), Lampetten, (17, 1), 1982, pp.32-42.

Julian, W.G., Lighting of Low Maintenance Room Surfaces - A Cautionary Tale, Ltg. in Aust., (3, 1), 1983, pp.13-15.

Julian, W.G., Some Thoughts on the Revision of AS1680, Ltg. in Aust., (3, 3), 1983, pp.25-27.

Julian, W.G., The Requirements for an Australian Standard on the Presentation of Photometric Data, IES National Convention, Perth, 1984.

Julian, W.G., Provision of Good Seeing Conditions in Health Care Buildings, in Lighting for Health Buildings, Hosplan, Sydney, 1985, pp.3-15.

Julian, W.G., CIE Division VII General Aspects of Lighting. Proceedings of 32nd National Convention, IES (Aust), 1986, 6 pp.

Julian, W.G., Professional Responsibility: The Future of the Lighting Engineer, in New Problems: New Opportunities, Centre for Continuing Education, Victoria University of Wellington, 1986, pp.1-6.

Julian, W.G., The Influence of Lighting in Architectural Design, in Science and Architectural Form, ANZAScA, 1986, pp. 2.1-2.7

Barry, K. and Julian, W.G., Guidance on the Design of Emergency Evacuation Lighting, Lighting in Australia, (6,4) 1986, pp.21-36.

Furzey, S. and Julian, W.G., Low Voltage Tungsten Halogen Lamps, Lighting in Australia (6,5), 1986, pp.15-22

Julian, W.G., Projektering af syns-milij√łet for √¶ldre, svagtsynede, Lampetten, (21, 2) 1986, pp. 76-89

Julian, W.G., The Avoidance of Lighting & Visual Hazards by the Provision of Good Seeing Conditions, Seminar Notes, National Occupational Health & Safety Commission, Sydney, 1986.

Julian, W.G., Who is to Design the Windows? Electrical Design, (1, 12) 1986, pp. 30-32

Julian, W. G., Report on WS4: Integration of lighting, engineering and architecture through education, Proc. 21st Session of CIE, Vol. 2, CIE, Vienna, 1987, pp70-1

Julian, W.G., Considerations in the use of extra low voltage tungsten halogen lamps, Lighting in Australia, (8,2) 1987, 18-23

Julian, W.G., Integration of lighting, engineering and architecture through education, Proc. 21st Session of CIE, vol.1, Commission International de L'Eclairage, Vienna, 1987, pp20-21

Julian, W.G., What the CIE is and its importance to Australian and New Zealand lighting, Lighting in Australia, (7,4), 1987, pp25-31

Julian, W.G. Towards the New AS1680, in Proc. 34th IES Nat. Conv., Illuminating Engineering Society, Sydney, 1988, pp. 103-108.

Shepherd, A.J., Julian, W.G., Purcell, A.T., Gloom in Buildings, in Proc. 34th IES Nat. Conv., Illuminating Engineering Society, Sydney, 1988, pp. 67-72.

Julian, W.G. Considerations in Modern Lighting Design, Lighting in Australia, (8, 4), 1988, pp. 14-23.

Julian, W.G. New Developments in Lighting, Australian Building News, July 1988, pp. 17-18.

Julian, W.G., The Revealing Light, Architecture Australia, July 1988, pp. 95-97.

Julian, WG. AS1680-1 – the Lighting Standard that can be applied, Proceedings of the 35th Australian and 2nd NZ IES National Convention, IES NZ, 1989, pp. 91–96.

Julian, WG. International Cooperation in Lighting. Proceedings of the 35th Australian and 2nd NZ IES National Convention, IES NZ, 1989, pp. 17–22.

Julian, WG. Australia, the CIE and the IES, International Lighting Review,. 40(1), 1989, p. 41 (in English, French, German and Spanish editions).

Julian, WG. Challenges to the future of lighting design, Proceedings of First Pacific Basin Lighting Conference (Lux Pacifica), Illuminating Engineering Society of China (Shanghai), pp. 7–20.

Julian, WG. Gloom in Buildings. Electrical Design, 4(4), April 1989, pp. 34–36.

Julian, WG. Lux Europa and CIE Meetings, Lighting in Australia, 9(6), December 1989, pp. 20–22.

Julian, WG. View from Afar – Boom Time Down Under, Electrical Design, 4(3), February 1989, p 13.

Julian, W.G. CIBSE National Lighting Conference 1990, Lighting in Australia, 10(3), 84, June 1990

Julian, W.G. View from Afar, Electrical Design, 5(11), 19, November 1990

Julian, W.G. View from Afar, Electrical Design, 5(4), 15, April 1990

Julian, W.G., AS 1680.1-1990 – the introduction of maintenance illuminance. Invited keynote paper. Proceedings of Prakash '91 International Lighting Conference, New Delhi, October 1991, pp

Julian, W.G., Challenges to the future of lighting design in the office environment. Workshop at the 1991 Asia Pacific Public Works Congress, Bribane, September 1991. (Transcript on MS-DOS disk. Record on video)

Julian, W.G. View from Afar – Calling on the recession busters Electrical Design, 6(5), 15, May 1991

Julian, W.G. View from Afar – Where are the tolerances in lighting design? Electrical Design, 6(11), 19, November 1991

Julian, W.G. Playing the numbers game, Electrical Design, 7(1),35-36, January, 1992

Julian, W.G. Where are the tolerances in lighting design?, Lighting in Australia, 12(2), 42-44, April, 1992

Julian, WG. Lighting a coathanger, Elecrtical Design, 7(11), 12, Nov/Dec 1992

Julian, WG. Lighting a bridge too far. Lighting 14, 3 (June 1994) ppxx

Julian, WG. New approaches to office lighting. Buliding Products News, 30, 4 (April 1995) pp31-32

Julian, WG., Issues in lighting design, Proceedings 38th National Convention, Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand, Adelaide, November, 1993 (on disk, printed pp54-59)

Julian, W.G. and Gero, J.S., High Level Interaction in Layout Planning, Proc. Int. Conf. on Internal Activity, 1973, pp.3-5-1 to 3-5-6.

Julian, W.G., Domestic Lighting, Arch. Sc. Rev., (16, 3) 1973, pp.147-151.

Gero, J.S. and Julian, W.G., Interaction Interfaces and Design, Proc. 11th International Design Automation Workshop, June, 1974, pp.241-256

Julian, W.G., High Level APL Interactive Interface for Use with Low Speed Terminals in Architectural Design, Proc. CIB W52 Symposium - Computer Languages in Building, 1975, 18pp.

Julian, W.G., New Efforts in Laboratory Work for Undergraduate Students, Arch. Sc. Rev., (18, 2), 1975, pp.37-39.

Julian, W.G., Integration of Lighting and Other Services, Proc. 3rd Lux Europa, 1977, pp.15.

Julian, W.G., A Simplified Appraisal Form, IES Ltg. Rev., (39, 6) 1977, pp.144-148.

Julian, W.G., Sunlight and Daylight in Cities, IES Ltg. Rev., (39, 3), 1977, pp.75-79.

Julian, W.G., Lighting Education in Australia, Proc. 19th Session CIE, August, 1979, (CIE Publication No.50), pp.292-296.

Julian, W.G., The Effects of Low Surface Reflectances in Modern Buildings, Proc. 4th Lux Europa, 1979.

Julian, W.G., AS1680 - The New Australian Lighting Code, Arch. Sc. Rev., (22, 1), 1979, pp.14-18.

Julian, W.G. and McLean, P.S., The Use of Automatic Dimming Equipment in Schools, Proc. Illumination - Power Economy Conference (MEE/CIE), 1981.

Cornell, D. and Julian, W.G., Hidden Plane Elimination and Surface Shading of Polygons Representing Buildings Using APL, APL Quote-Quad, (12, 1), 1981, pp.74-82.

Julian, W.G. and Higgins, T., Lighting Energy and Maintenance, IES Ltg. Rev., (43, 2), 1981, pp.21-25.

Julian, W.G., Domestic Lighting Revisited, Ltg. in Aust., (2, 3), 1982, pp.15-24.

Julian, W.G., Surface Problems, Building Services, (4, 1), 1982, pp.32-34.

Julian, W.G., The Design of the Visual Environment of the Aged Partially Sighted, Arch. Sc. Rev., (26, 3/4), 1983, pp.112-115.

Julian, W.G., The Use of APL Primitives and Function Domains to Produce General APL Solutions to Problems Involving Discontinuities, APL Quote-Quad, (13, 1), 1982, pp.146-153.

McLean, P. and Julian, W.G., Criteria for the Selection of Dimming Equipment in Schools, Arch. Sc. Rev., (25, 2), 1982, pp.37-40.

Julian, W.G., The Use of APL Primitives and Function Domains to Produce General APL Solutions to Structures Graphic Problems Involving Discontinuities, Proc. APL/Australia/1983 Conference, 1983, 9pp.

Julian, W.G., The Use of Light as an Aid for the Aged Partially Sighted, Proceedings of the 20th Session, CIE, Paris, 1983, pp.D116/1-4.

Julian, W.G., The Uses of Light to Improve the Visual Performance of People with Low Vision, Proc. 20th Session CIE, August 1983, (CIE Publication No.56) pp.D116/1-4.

Julian, W.G., and Lesuik, S.L., The Use of External Planting for Thermal and Lighting Modification of Window Performance, Proc. Windows in Building Design and Maintenance Conference, 1984.

Radford, A. and Julian, W.G., Sizing of Windows for Passive Solar Energy in Obstructed Situations, 1984, pp.6, Proc. Windows in Building Design and Maintenance Conference, 1984, 6pp.

Julian, W.G., Variation in Near Visual Acuity with Illuminance for a group of 27 Partially Sighted People, Ltg. Res. and Tech., (16, 1), 1984, pp.

Julian, W.G. and Baxter, P.A., The Control of Unwanted Spill Light from Outdoor Lighting Installations, Proceedings 5th Lux Europa, Union Suisse Pour la Lumiere, 1985.

Julian, W.G., Who is to Design the Windows? Proc. International Conference on the Environment in Buildings, Singapore, 1985, 5pp.

Julian, W.G. and Verriest, G., Progress in lighting for the partially sighted, Proc. 21st Session of CIE, Vol.1, Commission International de L'Eclairage, Vienna, 1987, pp.98-99

Julian, W.G., Lighting: an Urgent Case For a Major Research Effort in Architectural Science, Building and Environment, (22,3), 1987, pp155-61

Julian, W.G. The importance of good lighting for occupational health and safety in interiors, Int. Conf. on Ergonomics, Occupational Safety and Health and the Environment, Chinese Society of Metals, Beijing, 1988, pp. 482-489.

Julian, W.G. The use of APL 68000 access to the Macintosh Quickdraw system for the production of shadows east by buildings, APL Quote Quad, Vol. 18, No. 2, 1988, pp. 178-182.

Shepherd, AJ, Julian, WG and Purcell, AT. Surface luminance and gloom in Human Factors in Architectural Design, Forwood, b and Hayman, s (eds) Proceedings of joint ANZAScA/ANZSES, Hobart, 1989, 237-239.

Shepherd, AS, Julian, WG and Purcell, AT. Surface luminances and gloom, Proceedings of 6th Lux Europa, Hungarian Electrotechnical Association, 1989, Vol. 1., pp. 31–40.

Shotbolt, T and Julian, WG. Obtrusive light from outdoor floodlighting installations, Proceedings of 6th Lux Europa, Hungarian Electrotechnical Association, 1989, Vol. 2, pp. 360–366.

Shepherd, AJ, Julian, WG and Purcell, AT. Gloom as a psychophysical phenomenon, Lighting Research and Technology 21(3), 1989,. pp. 89–97.

Julian, W.G. Issues in Daylight/Electric Lighting Design, Proceedings of the International Daylighting Conference – 1990, Moscow 8-9 October 1990, Research Institute of Building Physics (Moscow), paper No C28 (in press)

Julian, W.G. Towards the Limitation of Obtrusive Light, Proceedings of the 4th International Lighting Conference of the AIDI, Taormina, 24-26 October 1990, AIDI, pp315-324.

Shepherd, AJ, Julian, WG and Purcell, AT . Lightness, Brightness and Gloom in Interior Lighting, Proceedings CIBSE National Lighting Conference, Cambridge, 8-11 April 1990, CIBSE, pp73-86.

Julian, W.G., Shepherd, A.J. and Purcell, A.T. Directions for future studies of the gloom effect. Proceedings 22nd Session CIE, Vol 1 Melbourne, July 1991, Division 1 pp89-92

Julian, W.G. apl conference , APL Quotequad 22(2), 200-204, ACM, 1992

Kittler, R, Hayman, S, Ruck, N and Julian, W. Daylighting measurement data: Methods of evaluation and representation. Lighting Res & Tech, 24(4) 173-187, 1992

Shepherd, AJ, Julian, WG and Purcell, AT. Measuring appearance: Parameters indicated from gloom studies. Lighting Res & Tech. 24(4) 203-214. 1992

Julian, WG. Out with the uniform array of luminaires – in with quality design. CIBSE National Lighting Conference, Cambidge, March 1994, CIBSE, pp158-162

Julian, WG., Ruck, N., Stevens, G., and Hayman, S. Sky luminance measurement and analysis in Sydney, Australia. (in Russian) Svetotekhnika, 1994, No 9, pp5-12

Julian, WG., Ruck, N., Stevens, G., and Hayman, S. Sky luminance measurement and analysis in Sydney, Australia. Light and Engineering, 1995

Hayman, S, Prasad, N, Ruck, N, and Julian WG. International Daylight Measurement Programme in Australia: sky luminance research. Proceedings 7th European Lighting Conference (Lux Europa), Edinburgh, April 1993, pp795-798, 1993

Hayman, S N, Julian, W G 2001, Sky analysis from CCD images: cloud cover, Lighting Research and Technology, 33, 211-222

Julian, W G 2001, The inverse square law and the mother of invention, Lighting, 21(6), 12-14

Julian, W G 2002, Beautification needs educated lighting Designers, Light and Lighting (Chinese), 26(1), 30-30

Julian, W G 2002, Compelling interiors, Lighting, 22(1), 22-25

Julian, W G 2002, Jason Bird Luminaire Designer, Lighting, 22(5), 39-41

Julian, W G 2002, Challenges for Designers in Implementing Advanced Lighting Systems, 2002 Korean Solar Energy Society International Symposium, Unknown, unknown, 75-86

Julian, W G 2002, Considerations in the design of the visual environment for the aged partially sighted, Lux Pacifica 2002, Unknown, unknown, 270-276

Julian, W G 2002, Making the most of Australias advantages, 47th IES Lighting Convention, The Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand Limited, Australia, 5pp

Julian, W G 2002, The Need for Lighting Education, Seventh International Conference on Education and Training in Optics and Photonics, OPETA, online, 4588, 155-162

Julian, W G 2002, The human needs of lighting, Luminaires et Eclairage, 1(1), 12-22

Julian, W G 2003, A Quantum Leap is Needed in the Use of Daylight, Lighting, 23(1), 20-29

Julian, W G 2003, Professional annular scotomas, Clinical and Experimental Optometry, 86(6), 361-362

Julian, W G 2003, City Lighting and its Effect on Sky-Glow Generation - Powerpoint presentation, IAUXXV, Unknown, chile

Julian, W G 2003, Realising the potential of daylight in buildings, International Lighting and Colour Conference, Unknown, unknown, 1, 157-164

Julian, W G 2004, The value of lighting education, Lighting, 24(2), 54-64

Julian, W G 2005, Message from Australia and New Zealand, Journal of Light and Visual Environment, 25(1), 1-2

Julian, W G 2005, LUX PACIFICA: Towards a Sustainable Lighting Future, 5th Lux Pacifica 2005, The Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand Limited, Canberra

Julian, W G 2006, LEDs Strengths and Weaknesses, Guangzhou International Lighting Technology Symposium, Unknown, unknown, 10pp

Julian, W G 2006, Lighting Masterplanning Achieving Successful City Lighting?, The Lighting Society Convention 2006, Unknown, unknown, 67-79

Julian, W G 2006, Urban Lighting in Sydney a Cultural Comparison with China, 2nd Forum of Lighting Culture of Modern Cities, Unknown, unknown, 16pp

Julian, W G 2006, Detecting le nuvole (in Italian), Luce e Design, 17(3), 22-23

Julian, W G 2006, Floodlighting the Sydney Opera House, Outlook - Building Perspectives, 05, 16-19

Julian, W G 2007, Lighting Art and Science, Lighting, 27(2)


Zhang, Y, Julian, W G, Purcell, A T 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, University of Tasmania, Australia, 8 pages

Zhang, Y, Julian, W G 2010, Image processing in lighting, Annual International Conference for Academic Disciplines, International Journal of Arts and Sciences, Austria

Zhang, Y, Julian, W G, Purcell, A T 2010, A Direct Way to Show the Relationship of Contrast Sensitivity and Adaptation Luminance, Journal of Light and Visual Environment, 34(2), 82-86

Julian, W G 2010, Opinion: Lightings parallel universes, Lighting Research and Technology, 42(2), 133-133


Research reports

Gero, J.S., Julian, W.G. and Holmes, W.N., The Development of a System for Heuristic Optimization of Topological Layouts Using High Level Interaction, Computer Report, Dept. Arch. Sc., University of Sydney, CR22, 1973.

Aynsley, R.A., Dean, M. and Julian, W.G., The Characteristics of Mean Wind Speed Profiles and their Reproduction in a Wind Tunnel, Models Laboratory Report, MR12, Dept. Arch. Sc., University of Sydney, 1976.

Aynsley, R.A. and Julian, W.G., Sun Shading in PNG, Dept. of Architecture and Building, PNG University of Technology, Lae, 1982.

Julian, W.G. and Boyce, P.R., The Use of Magnification in the Inspection of Printed Circuit Materials During Manufacture, Capenhurst Research Memorandum, Electricity Council, U.K., 1985.

Ruck, NC, Dinh, CT, Julian WG and Hayman, SN. Lighting system integration for the efficient use of daylight in buildings. Energy Research and Development Corporation Project 1480, May 1993. 70pp

Consulting reports

Available Sunlight in the AMP Plaza (AMP Society).

Shadow Study of Proposed Shopping Centre in Chatswood (MEPC Australia).

Shadow Study of Sydney Square (Noel Bell - Ridley Smith, Arch.).

Thermal Problems in the Edgecliff Centre (Abbey-Orchard Properties).

Effects of Overshading in Arundel Street, Glebe (property owner).

Environmental Impact of Proposed Floodlighting of T.G. Milner Field (Nexus - Environmental Consultants).

Performance of Lighting Equipment in Indoor Tennis Courts, Silverwater (owner).

Report on Spill Light from Outdoor Tennis Courts, Riverwood (owner).

Design of Lighting for Partially Sighted - Three Houses (Bexley, Lane Cove, Cobar).

Fenestration Study of Missle Maintenance Facility, Garden Island (Ancher, Mortlock and Wooley).

Floodlighting of Great Hall Windows (University of Sydney Works Office, University of Sydney).

Reflective Glazing Study of Kern Corp. Building, Brisbane, (David, Heather and Dysart).

Shadow Study of Extensions to St. Vincents Hospital (NSW PWD).

Shadow Study of Proposed Development (Kerr, Smith Malone).

Shadow Study of Proposed North Sydney Development (Byrnes, Smith and Assoc.).

Spill Light in Port Botany Container Terminal (OCL).

Facade design testing of Grosvenor Street project (Harry Siedler & Assoc.).

Fenestation Study of Hong Kong Development (Lincolne Scott).

Report on Road Accident Scene (Lighting) at Kingsgrove (AJI Services).

Shadow Study of Christie Street, North Sydney, Development (Hassel & Partners).

Shadow Study of North Sydney Development (Sabemo).

Shadow Study of St. Thomas Church, North Sydney (Cox Tanner Pty Ltd).

Shadow Study of Victoria Cross Development (Civil and Civic).

Brief Preparation for Mail Centre Lighting Study (Australia Post).

Daylight Illuminances in Orange Art Gallery (NSW PWD).

Fenestation Study of IBM Complex Baulkham Hills (Lincolne Scott).

Insulation Study on Continental Hotel Treasury Buildings (Fisher Hudson).

Shadow Study of Envelope Proposals for Reschs Site, Moore Park (Rice and Daubney).

Shadow Study of Envelope Proposals for Sydney Cove (SCRA).

Sunshading Study of Ayres Rock Tourist Facility (Phillip Cox).

Advice on lighting: Alexandria Mail Centre Vertical Sorting Divisions (Australia Post).

Design of Sunshading for the Architecture Building (University of Sydney).

Develpment of Roadlighting Computer Software (Barry Webb & Assoc.).

Electrical Loads, Ilparpa, N.T. (Tangentyere Council, Inc.).

Lighting Design for High School, Ashfield (CEO).

Shadow Study around Australia Square (Sydney City Council).

Shadow Study Joint Coal Board Development (Stephenson & Turner).

Shadow Study of Brisbane Development (Harry Seidler and Assoc. and Civil and Civic).

Task Performance Lighting Evaluation of Mail Centres (Australia Post).

Advice to Australia Post and APTU (Australia Post).

Canberra Convention Centre (Philip Cox).

Daylight and Conservation in the Art Gallery of NSW (NSW PWD).

Lighting of Index Machines (Australia Post).

Lighting of the Geological Museum (NSW PWD).

Reflected Sunlight from No.1 Pacific Highway, North Sydney (Philip Cox).

Reflected Sunlight, Gateway Project, Sydney (D.E.P.).

Reflected Sunlight, Maritime Centre, Sydney (Leighton Contractors).

Shadow Study of D2 Development, Sydney (Planning Workshop).

Shadow Study of Proposal for David Jones' site, George Street (Mirvac).

Spill Light from Tennis Courts (Collaroy Tennis Club).

Design Guidelines for Lighting Mail Processing Centres (Australia Post).

EIS Report on D2 Development, Sydney (Planning Workshop).

Shadow Study for Building in George and Philip Streets, Parramatta (John Andrews International).

Shadow Study of C11 Development, Sydney (Planning Workshop).

Shadow Study of Proposal for No. 1 Bridge Street, Sydney (Rice & Daubney).

Tests on Light Output and Efficiency of a Proposed Powersaver (GED Baker Pty Ltd).

The Visual Environment in the Paintbox work areas (Australian Broadcasting Corporation).

Report on the Draft Development Plan for the Area around Siding Springs Observatory. (Anglo-Australian Telescope Board)

Report on the lighting in the Australian Taxation Office Building, Newcastle. (Australian Taxation Office)

Julian, W.G., Advice to Philips Lighting regarding patent contents in the matter of litigation concerning compact tubular fluorescent lamps.

Report on the provision of improved inspection facilities. BHP Coated Products Division, Wollongong

Appraisal of the Floodlighting of the World Trade Centre, Sydney for Colliers Jardine on behalf of Commonwealth Bank Officers Superannuation Fund

Julian WG. Report on the visual environment around an advertising structure for Gadens Solicitors

Administrative Reports

Hood, C., Franklin, N., Julian, W. and Rees, S. Committee of Review, Department of Town and Country Planning, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, 1988, 64 pp.

Julian, W.G. Faculty of Architecture Review Stage 1, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, 1988, 80 pp.

Julian, WG (Chair and ed) Report of the Committee of Review into the Art Workshop, University of Sydney, 1989, ??pp

Julian, W.G., (Chair) Report of the Committee of to report on co-location of the Art Workshop and the Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney, 1991, 5pp

Software

Julian, W.G. COURSES – Course, degree and staff information system, (200k Macintosh Application written in APL), Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, 1990

Julian, W.G. STUDENT – Student enrolment and information system (220k Macintosh Application written in APL), Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, 1990

Julian, W.G., REPORT – Course, degree and staff report generation system, (200k Macintosh Application written in APL), Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, 1991

Julian, W.G. COURSES Version 4 – Course, degree and staff information and reporting system, (300K Macintosh Application written in APL), Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, 1992

Julian, W.G. STUDENT Version 3 – Student enrolment and information system (350K Macintosh Application written in APL), Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, 1992

Julian, W.G., SCIMS – Student and Courses Information Management System (Version 1), 555k APL application, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, 1993

Software manuals

Julian, W.G. COURSES User's Manual, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, 1990, 40pp.

Julian, W.G., STUDENT User's Manual, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, 1990, 64pp.

Julian, W.G., SCIMS – Students and Courses Information Management System (Version 1), User's Manual, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, 1993, 130pp