Please join us as we present the 2016 winners of the IES Rochester's Annual Lighting Awards.
Each year, the IES - Rochester Section recognizes excellence in design for local lighting projects. We invited Rochester area Engineers, Architects, Designers, Contractors, Lighting Reps and anyone else to submit their best projects in three different categories.
The winners of those awards will be presented at this lunch meeting on Tuesday April 11th at Rick’s Prime Rib - 898 Buffalo Road - $30 (includes lunch)
Event flyer can be seen HERE
Click HERE to register/pay.
The IES Rochester Section is pleased to present this Lighting Fundamentals course. Designed for individuals new to the lighting industry - or those needing a refresher course - this will highlight many of the topics covered in the IES of North America's Fundamentals of Lighting.
You can see details on our flyer HERE
Please register online HERE
As key inventors, innovators, and implementers for the processes and equipment that manufactured the world’s first active matrix OLED display and the highest brightness light panel, OLEDWorks has significant OLED production experience and unique insight into manufacturing strategies specifically tailored to lighting.
This lunch time meeting will include a background of OLED and where the technology is headed. Lunch will be provided as well as a tour of their facility.
There are no credits available for this meeting.
This program will cover objectives to consider on sports lighting applications including steps to planning a successful project. Additionally, there will be discussion on the evolution of sports lighting technology and control solutions including the application of either LED or HID as the source to choose.
(Qualifies for (1) IES CEU/ PDH, (1) AIA HSW LU & (1) NY State PDH credit)
Nathan K. Lindsay - Upstate New York Field Sales Representative for MUSCO Sports Lighting, LLC. Bradley D, Schlesselman, LC - Application Engineering Manager for New York and the Eastern US for MUSCO Sports Lighting, LLC
Program flyer can be seen HERE
Rick’s Prime Rib ~ 898 Buffalo Road, 14624
$30 per person ($40 if credits are needed) - includes buffet style lunch
Please RSVP for this event no later than 10/19 to Diane Montrois at 585.254.8010
Payment by credit/debit card in advance can be done HERE. Cash/check/CC payment at the door.
OFF is the new ON: Challenging the Assumptions of Lighting Energy Consumption - Presented by Kim Mercier
Centuries of progress have created the environment we now enjoy….we are the creators of light. And, as is the case with other skills we have attained, it is difficult to recall the thinking we had when we could not create light. In this presentation, Kim will explore the new perspectives required by "users of light” to embrace the technology features that are the future of lighting systems. She will share thought leader opinions about the future of lighting technologies and controls, pilot project occupant survey findings that will inform approach to future lighting designs, and suggestions for challenging the lighting energy assumptions of your design teams and project managers.
Details and RSVP info can be found HERE - You may also Register & Pre-pay HERE
About the Presenter: Kimberly Mercier is the Managing Principal of Lighting Design Innovations, a NYS Certified WBE. She is a lighting designer and professional engineer in the United States and Canada. Kim holds an MBA from SUNY at Buffalo and her experience includes managing electrical departments for consulting engineering firms across North America. Kimberly is a LEED Accredited Professional and a Certified Lighting Efficiency Professional and has worked on a number of design teams achieving LEED rating Certifications of Silver, Gold, and Platinum.
Ms. Mercier served as President of the Illuminating Engineering Society (of North America). Kimberly is a frequent speaker on topics related to the lighting industry and sustainability and has served as adjunct instructor for Lighting in the Master of Architecture program at the University of Calgary. Ms. Mercier currently serves as Vice Chair of the Department of Interior Design Advisory Board at SUNY College at Buffalo (Buffalo State)
Michael Benvenuto, Northeast Specification Sales Manager, Juno Lighting
Providing an overview of how/why LED technology holds great promise for helping optimize lighting design for aesthetics, enjoyment, productivity, and health & well being, this is an introduction to Human Centric Lighting - with a focus towards optimized design aesthetics, increased productivity, and improved health and well-being of humans in an architectural environment. Topics covered will include color temperature of light using accurate terminology, the limitations of (and alternatives to) CRI in characterizing color rendering, the relationship of light, human circadian rhythms, wellness/productivity and how to harness LED technology to create optimized Human Centric Lighting. Qualifies for 1 hr of continuing education credits including AIA(HSW), IDCEC(HSW) and USGBC/GBCI - PDH Pending
Please check out the flyer HERE for RSVP information.
This is a reschedule for our November 2015 meeting which had to be canceled at the last moment. This meeting will focus on changes to the NYS Commercial Energy Code (effective Jan 2015) and the proposed changes scheduled for the first quarter of 2016 to the 2015 International Energy Code which impact interior lighting design and controls, daylighting & exterior lighting. More details about the meeting can be found HERE
Also at this meeting, we will reveal the winners of the IES Rochester annual lighting awards.
Please RSVP ASAP for this meeting.