IES Video Series
This is part 1 of a two part course titled Architecture for Light. The course - as a whole - examines design considerations for creating built environments which embrace light.
This is part 2 of a two part course titled Architecture for Light. The course - as a whole - examines design considerations for creating built environments which embrace light.
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.
Through three 90-minute sessions, explore the intersection of lighting in the public realm with environmental justice and social equity. The moderated sessions examined 1) the history of lighting injustice; 2) current knowledge and policy opportunities; and 3) just lighting in practice (past and current). Earn up to 4.5 CEUs.
Dr. Robert Karlicek, Center Director and RPI Professor at LESA at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) takes us on a journey with staff and graduate students detailing some of the groundbreaking research that is being done at LESA. With the main topics of Cognition, VLC Communication, Efficient Buildings, Plant Science and Healthcare, Bob and his group demonstrate how LESA is “Teaching Lighting New Tricks”.
Mark Lien talks with James Brodrick, formerly of the Department of Energy at the 2019 IES Annual Conference in Louisville, KY. As the Solid-State Lighting Technology Manager in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, U.S. Department of Energy, Jim might be the most important figure in the widespread adoption of Solid-State Lighting in North America.
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