Lambros T. Doulos was born in Athens, Greece on September 19, 1975. He received the Dipl. in Physics from the University of Athens, Physics Department, in 1999, the MSc Dipl. in Environmental Physics from the University of Athens, Physics Department, in 2002 and the PhD Dipl. from the National Technical University of Athens in 2010. He is an expert in lighting design, rational use of energy in lighting systems, use of daylight in buildings, development of innovative photosensors, road and tunnel lighting measurements. He works at Lighting Laboratory (NTUA) as a Researcher and as an Adjunct Professor in the MA program “Lighting Design” at Hellenic Open University where he teaches the course “Lighting Technology and connection with production”. He is the writer of number of publications, and books dealing with lighting, lighting controls and energy saving. Several research projects have implemented by the researcher. He also offers consultancy services in lighting design, RELUX Certified Training Courses and building's low energy techniques.
Some of the research interests are rational use of energy in lighting systems, use of daylight in buildings, development of innovative photosensors, road lighting, tunnel lighting and road and tunnel lighting measurements. In the context of his PhD research (Development of a system of automatic adjustment of artificial lighting for the optimized exploitation of daylight) he developed a new type of photosensor that alters its field of view regarding its position on the ceiling in order to have greater energy savings, optical comfort and unerring function of the photosensor. Furthermore other research interests are evaluation of lighting installations in open road and tunnels, luminance and illuminance measurements of tunnels and open roads (static measurements), luminance measurements of tunnels and open road (dynamic from a moving vehicle), lighting design and energy retrofit lighting.