Measurement Courses

  • 2020 IES Society and Staff Update

    The annual update is kicked off with the Strategic Plan, Society Awards including Louis B Marks, Medal, DSA, Fellows, and the Presidential Awards. Immediately following, the IES Staff provides perspective on the year's efforts in Outreach, Research, Education and Standards, ending with a special preview of the IES online Lighting Library.

  • 2020 Light for Life: Circadian Metrics: From the Laboratory to the Built Environment

    In this session of Light for Life, The Illuminating Engineering Society presents "Circadian Metrics: From the Laboratory to the Built Environment" with Andrea Wilkerson. “Light for Life” is a global conversation about the impact of light on the lives of humans, plants, and animals. As hosts of this collaborative webinar series, the IES facilitated 17 webinars with curated content from partner organizations around the world. No CEU is offered for this presentation.

  • 2020 Light for Life: How do we measure our experience of daylight (and should we even try?)

    In this session of Light for Life, the Society of Light & Lighting presents "How do we measure our experience of daylight (and should we even try?)" with Ruth Kelly Waskett. “Light for Life” is a global conversation about the impact of light on the lives of humans, plants, and animals. As hosts of this collaborative webinar series, the IES facilitated 17 webinars with curated content from partner organizations around the world. No CEU is offered for this presentation.

  • 2021 Light for Life: Lifehacks for Horticultural Lighting - Light-Hacks from Nature

    In this session of Light for Life, VNISI Russian Lighting Institute and Russian State Agrarian University - Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy present "Lifehacks for Horticultural Lighting - Light-Hacks from Nature" with Dr. Ivan G. Tarakanov. In fascinating detail, Dr. Tarakanov describes the role of LED lighting in horticultural lighting, including developments in predictive (simulation) software. Learn about "light recipes" including the role of spectral composition and quality in photosynthetic activity.

  • 2021 Light for Life: Towards an Integrated Discomfort Glare Measure

    In this session of Light for Life, IEIJ presents "Towards an Integrated Discomfort Glare Measure" with Toshie Iwata. Prof. Iwata defines the visual and cultural interpretations of glare and discusses the impact glare has on our perception of the built environment. As of this collaborative webinar series, the IES facilitated webinars with curated content from partner organizations around the world.

  • A Second Language of Light

    Light is a fundamental element of our existence, but we need to learn a second language of light if we are to share this amazing gift with the world. Join David K. Warfel for a romp through the lighting industry where no one is safe from over-simplification and pithy remarks but where everyone can laugh a little and see the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel.

  • A Second Language of Light (No CEU)

    Light is a fundamental element of our existence, but we need to learn a second language of light if we are to share this amazing gift with the world. Join David K. Warfel for a romp through the lighting industry where no one is safe from over-simplification and pithy remarks but where everyone can laugh a little and see the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel.

  • ASHRAE 90.1 Lighting Model

    A look into how the ASHRAE 90.1 lighting model works, and the inputs and outputs of the model.

  • ASHRAE 90.1 Lighting Model (No CEU)

    A look into how the ASHRAE 90.1 lighting model works, and the inputs and outputs of the model.

  • Course Package: Lighting, GUV, and COVID-19

    COVID-19 has changed the lighting profession. With new interest in GUV, changes in our work environments, and projections about the future - these five courses provide insight into who we are, how we light, and what it means to practice lighting in the midst of a global pandemic.