Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Comparing Perceptions of LED Lighting Between a Physical Space and
Virtual Reality Display, Lighting Research and Technology, 2020. [Submitted for Review].
accepted to Building & Environment, Vol. 13, 2017. View at Science DirectA human-centric approach to assess daylight for non-visual health potential, visual interest and gaze behavior,
Contrast measures for predicting perceptual effects of daylight in architectural renderings, accepted in Lighting Research and Technology, Vol. 40, Issue 7, 2017. View in Journal
Measuring the Dynamics of Contrast & Daylight Variability in Architecture: A Proof of Concept Methodology, in Building and Environment, Vol. 81, 2014. View in Journal
Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers
M. Danell,and S. F. Rockcastle. Evaluating Temporal and Spatial Light Exposure Profiles for Typical Building Occupants, SimAUD 2020, Vienna, May 25 – 27, 2020. [accepted].
The case for occupant-centric daylight analytics: a comparison of horizontal illumination and immersive view.
Assessing the impact of contemporary urbanization on bioclimatic features of historic architecture through a two-step simulation process. Passive and Low-Energy Architecture, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2016. Full Text.
Towards a novel prediction model for visual interest in daylit renderings. 7th Symposium on Simulation for Architecture and Urban Design (SimAUD), London, UK, 2016. Full Text.
Human perceptions of daylight composition in architecture: a preliminary study to compare quantitative contrast measures with subjective user assessments in HDR renderings. International Conference of the International Building Performance Simulation Association, Hyderabad, 2015. Full Text.
Beyond illumination: An interactive simulation framework for non-visual and perceptual aspects of daylighting performance. BS2013 – 13th International Conference of the International Building Performance Simulation Association, Chambéry, France, 2013. Full Text.
Celebrating Contrast and Daylight Variability in Contemporary Architectural Design: A Typological Approach. LUX EUROPA, Krakow, Poland, 2013. Full Text.
Dynamic Annual Metrics for Contrast in Daylit Architecture. SimAUD 2012 – Symposium on Simulation for Architecture and Urban Design, Orlando, Florida, USA, 2012. [Best Paper Award] Full Text.
P. Ward, S. F. Rockcastle, J. Klein, K. Van Den Wymelenberg. The Impact of Lighting and Views on The Workplace of The Future. Published online August 12, 2019. [https://buildhealth.uoregon.edu/2019/08/12/university-of-oregon-publishes-white-paper-on-light-views-and-the-workplace-experience/]
Annual Dynamics of Daylight Variability and Contrast: A Simulation-Based Approach to Quantifying Visual Effects in Architecture. Springer, London, 978-1-4471-5232-3, Springer Briefs in Computer Science, 2013. View at Publisher.
Invited Book Chapters
S. F. Rockcastle. “Lamps, Luminaires, and Controls” Chapter 15 in Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, 13th Edition, pp. 699 – 758 by Walter Grondzik and Alison Kwok, Hoboken: Wiley, 2019.
Visualizing Perceptual Dynamics in Architecture, in Phoenix, Bauen im Bestand, vol. 1, p. 62-67, 2015. Publication Info
The Dynamics of Shadow: Architecture of Natural Light in Extreme Latitudes. The Dynamics of Darkness in the North, Reykjavik Iceland, 2015. Animation.