Commission Internationale de l'Eclairage (CIE)
International Commission on Illumination
1900 Paris France
1900, Paris (France), as Commission internationale de photométrie. Present name adopted 1913, Berlin (Germany).
Provide an international forum for the discussion of all matters relating to science, technology and art in the fields of light and lighting; develop basic standards and procedures of metrology; provide guidance in the application of the basic principles and procedures to the development of international and national standards; prepare and publish reports, recommendations and standards and maintain liaison and technical interaction with other international organizations concerned with matters relating to science, technology and art in the fields of light and lighting.
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General Assembly; Board of Administration; Central Bureau. Divisions (6) with Technical Committees (about 100). Meetings open.
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