Applying ANSI/IES TM-30 Metrics in Lighting Design
About this Course
The IES offers Educational Webinars throughout the year, purposefully spanning a broad range of topics and speaker expertise.
Description: This webinar offers an overview of the application of color rendering in lighting design, from schematic design to design development to documentation and beyond. It focuses on Annex E of TM-30 along with the forthcoming LP-30, which both provide guidance on the use of TM-30. Annex E provides recommendations for specifying light source color rendition and is a valuable tool for selecting light sources that meet color rendering requirements. LP-30, expected to be released later this year, will be a specifier-oriented document that explains how to optimize each step of the color rendering design process to achieve the most desirable results. This webinar is an ideal opportunity to learn how to evaluate and specify the color properties of light sources. Gain a deeper understanding of specifying color rendering using TM-30.
Michael P. Royer
Dr. Michael Royer is a chief engineer at PNNL, where he primarily works on the Advanced Lighting Science and Technology Research program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy. His research focus is human factors in lighting. Michael is a Fellow of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) and serves on the IES Vision Science Committee and the IES Color Committee. He is an associate editor for the journal Lighting Research & Technology.
Senior Lighting Designer
Hugo Solano, MSc, LC, MIES is a senior lighting designer at Lux Populi and a professional with 12 years of experience in architectural lighting design. He holds a Master of Science degree in Light and Lighting from The Bartlett in the U.K. which he earned with honors. His work has been recognized with an IES Award of Distinction, amongst other awards from the Iluminet Biennale. In addition to his expertise in lighting design, Hugo has a strong interest in color science and is an active member of the IES Color Committee. He aims to bring lighting science and color science together in his architectural lighting design practice.