Presentation Archive

Event DateSpeakerTopic(s)Link to
2/19/2015Willem Sillevis-SmittEmerging Professionals Event: The Science behind LEDs
1/21/2015Toby LewisEmbracing Biological Needs in Lighting Design
1/21/2015Jay ShulerLighting and the Internet of Things
1/21/2015Scott Summit3D Printing
6/26/2014Mudit SaxenaUsing Climate Based Daylight Metrics
6/26/2014Jim PhelanLighting Control Technology for Digital and Dynamic Luminaires
6/26/2014David MalmanOutdoor Lighting
4/30/2014Naomi MillerFlicker in Solid State Lighting
4/30/2014Naomi MillerLight at Night
4/17/2014Konstantinos Papamichael, Ph.D.Light Health Design Strategies
1/23/2014Craig BerneckerEmerging Technologies
11/21/2013Francis RubinsteinDemand Responsive Lighting
10/17/2013Charles knuffkeTitle 24 - Interior
10/17/2013Charles knuffkeTitle 24 - Power
10/17/2013Ron FranceCED - Title 24
10/17/2013Halley FitzpatrickTitle 24 2013 - Lighting Design
6/20/2013Charles KnuffkeCalifornia Title 24 2013 Update
6/20/2013Dr. Mike Lu, PhDA Guided Tour of SSL Area Light Sources
6/20/2013Halley FitzpatrickTitle 24 2013 Part 6 – Lighting Design
6/20/2013Dr. Ron GibbonsThe New IES RP-8 – Recommended Practice for Advancing Roadway Safety, Comfort and Energy Savings
2/21/2013Terry ClarkFuture of Lighting
1/23/2013Derek AndersonEmerging Technologies | Smart Building
1/23/2013Kevin SchaderEmerging Technologies | EMerge
1/23/2013Ryan BaumannEmerging Technologies | Controlling your Controls
2/16/2012Konstantinos PapamichaelDaylighting Design and Electric Lighting Controls for Daylight Harvesting
1/19/2012Rick MillerEmerging Technologies | Controls
11/17/2011Bob HornerIES Public Policy
6/16/2011Charles KnuffkeLighting Control Market
6/16/2011Dennis SpauldingTraditional lighting Sources and Systems Update June 2011
6/17/2011Barbara HamiltonTools for High-Performance Lighting Design
10/28/2010Jody GoodSurvey of the Lighting Parts of LEED
6/17/2010Kristina Skierka
Jenna Caseco
California's Lont-Term Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan - The Lighting Chapter
4/22/2009Rita HarroldHow the IES Works for You