The event, to take place on 15-18 October, is aimed at scientists, policy makers and representative from the horticulture industry. It will include three days of presentations and a one day excursion.
Issues to be discussed include using natural and artificial light in horticultural production systems, plant and crop physiology, and technological aspects.
Speakers include scientists from around Europe, the USA and Japan.
More information can be found at www.lightsym2012.com.