Lux (disambiguation)

Lux (disambiguation)

Lux may refer to:

Real people

* Adam Lux, German revolutionary
* Gwen Creighton Lux (1908-2001), an American sculptor
* Lux Interior, a singer for The Cramps
* Thomas Lux, American poet who currently holds the Bourne chair in poetry at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Fictional characters

* Lux Lisbon, a fictional 14-year-old character in the 1993 novel "The Virgin Suicides" and the 1999 film of the same name, in which she is portrayed by Kirsten Dunst.

Places

* Lux, Côte-d'Or, in the Côte-d'Or "département", a Commune in France
* Lux, Haute-Garonne, in the Haute-Garonne "département", a Commune in France
* Lux, Saône-et-Loire, in the Saône-et-Loire "département", a Commune in France
* a small country in Western Europe

Other meanings

* Luxembourg-Findel International Airport (IATA Airport Code LUX)
* Lux, a unit of measurement of illuminance or illumination
* Conway's LUX method for magic squares, an algorithm for creating magic squares of order 4n+2, where n is a positive natural number
* LUX, an organization established to promote and support artists' moving image work
* Lux (choir) is the in-residence choir of the Episcopal Church at the Princeton University Chapel
* Lux (computer game), a computer strategy game
* Lux (soap), a soap from Unilever
* Lux International AG [http://www.luxinternational.com/en/history.html] , now independent manufacturer of high-end household appliances, former direct selling division of Electrolux, the Swedish manufacturer of vacuum cleaners and other household appliances; [http://www.electrolux.com/node162.aspx?id=13792] Electrolux remains the main supplier and an important partner. [http://www.prnewswire.co.uk/cgi/news/release?id=50073]
* Large Underground Xenon Detector, often abbreviated LUX.


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