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LFI 2013 Institute Courses - Lightfair International

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LIGHTFAIR Institute

1-DAY AND 2-DAY COURSES

Sunday, April 21 – Monday, April 22, 2013

Immersion courses provide

the knowledge you need

for growth and success

These pre-set 1-day and 2-day immersion courses provide

intensive training from industry experts – only at the

LIGHTFAIR Institute.

1-DAY COURSES

$440 Advance Pricing / $540 After March 28, 2013

2-DAY INSTITUTE PACKAGE (SUN – MON)

$740 Advance / $840 After March 28, 2013

Select either one 2-day LIGHTFAIR Institute ® course,

two 1-day courses or a combination of a 1-day course

and two Workshops to fill two days and create your own

personalized 2-day Institute program for Sunday and Monday.

Does not include LFI Innovation Awards ® on Tuesday.

5-DAY FULL CONFERENCE PACKAGE (SUN – THURS)

$1,095 Advance Pricing / $1,295 After March 28, 2013

Select one 2-day Institute course, two 1-day courses or a

combination of a 1-day and two Workshops to fill two days

for Sunday and Monday. Plus, choose a combination of

Seminars / Workshops for Tuesday – Thursday. Package

includes LFI Innovation Awards ® , Institute Luncheons and

Exhibit Hall access. Does not include Lunch & Learn.

Prices for all LIGHTFAIR Institute ® 1-day

and 2-day courses include:

Exhibit Hall Access

Tuesday – Thursday

Networking / Keynote Luncheons on course days

(Lunch & Keynote Speaker)

Sunday or Monday, 12:45pm – 2:15pm

Must be selected during registration.

Refer to page 19 for Course Level and Credit information.

Please arrive 15 – 30 minutes prior to start time to allow for entry process.

Handouts will be provided for 1-day and 2-day courses. Workshop handouts

can be downloaded one week before the conference; they will not be provided

on-site.

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LIGHTDESIGN INC | © TOSHIO KANEKO


SUNDAY, APRIL 21 &

MONDAY, APRIL 22

(2-DAY COURSES)

9:30am – 5:30pm

L13L01

BASIC LIGHTING (2-day course)

KEVIN HOUSER, PhD, PE, LC, LEED, AP, MIES

Associate Professor, Penn State University

This course will lay the foundations for the practice of

lighting design. Participants will develop a sound

understanding of lighting fundamentals, a qualitative

feel for lighting quantities and an appreciation of how

these concepts dovetail with the lighting design process.

LEVEL: 1

L13L02

INTERMEDIATE LIGHTING (2-day course)

CRAIG BERNECKER, PhD, FIESNA, LC

Founder & Director, The Lighting Education Institute

Assuming a fundamental knowledge of lighting

science, vocabulary and technologies, this course

presents a framework for lighting design from

conception to implementation, including design

considerations, selection criteria for lamps and

luminaires and basic layout / calculation techniques.

LEVEL: 2

L13L03

ADVANCED LIGHTING (2-day course)

ROBERT DAVIS, PhD, FIESNA, IALD/ LIRC

Litecontrol

The goal of the advanced lighting course is to create

a greater in-depth understanding of lighting design,

and assumes that participants have more than just a

fundamental knowledge of lighting science, vocabulary

and technologies.

LEVEL: 3

L13L04

COMPUTER-AIDED LIGHTING ANALYSIS

WITH AGi32 BASIC COURSE (2-day course)

RALPH HOWARD

Customer Care Technician, Lighting Analysts, Inc.

JASON MATUSIAK

Applications Engineer, Lighting Dynamics

This class will provide the student with the basic

skills needed to incorporate AGi32 lighting design

software into their lighting design and analysis

projects, beginning with an overview of the user

interface, and proceeding through a site lighting

project and then an interior project that incorporates

electric lighting and daylighting.

LEVEL: 1-2

L13L05

COMPUTER-AIDED LIGHTING

ANALYSIS WITH DIALux (2-day course)

FRIEDRICH WILHELM BREMECKER, IES, LITG

Head of Sales, DIAL GmbH

A hands-on training session to learn how to use the

new DIALux evo for lighting design, and to create

simple rooms or complex buildings and exterior areas.

LEVEL: 2-3

L13L06

LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEMS

HANDS-ON WORKSHOP (2-day course)

XIN AI, PhD

President, Smart for Energy Efficiency

STEVEN MESH, LC, IESNA

Principal, Lighting Education & Design

Lighting control systems can be difficult to understand,

specify, install and commission. Hands-on approach to

wired and wireless controls. Participants will assemble,

install and commission one wired and two wireless

systems.

LEVEL: All

SUNDAY, APRIL 21

(1-DAY COURSES)

9:30am – 5:30pm

L13L07

DAYLIGHTING FUNDAMENTALS (1-day course)

CHRIS MEEK, AIA, IES, IALD

Research Associate Professor, University of Washington

KEVIN VAN DEN WYMELENBERG

Assistant Professor, Director, University of Idaho

This course provides a solid foundation to

daylighting design for high quality, visually and

thermally comfortable and energy efficient

buildings. The course explains the complexity of

using daylight as a light source in buildings and

demonstrates design strategies by graphically

analyzing several high-quality built examples and

presenting contemporary simulation methods.

LEVEL: 1-2

L13L08

FUNDAMENTALS OF ROADWAY LIGHTING

(1-day course)

RON GIBBONS, MIES

Director, Center for Infrastructure-Based Safety

Systems, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute

RICK KAUFFMAN, IES

Chief Manager, Kauffman Consulting, LLC

This course is designed to provide attendees with

fundamental understanding of the concepts and

elements necessary to design and evaluate roadway

applications for lighting.

LEVEL: All

L13L09

VISUAL 2012 TRAINING (1-day course)

DAVID DiLAURA, FIES

Principal, Illuminating Engineer, Acuity Brands Lighting

RANDALL KING, IES

Director, Illuminating Engineering Services, Acuity

Brands Lighting

TIM SEARS, MIES

Lead Illuminating Engineer, Acuity Brands Lighting

This is an intermediate course for users familiar

with Visual 2.6 or Visual 2012. We will review the

new Visual 2012 interface, advanced modeling

techniques and product selection. Discuss / perform

lighting calculations, renderings and daylighting

calculations in new Print Editor.

LEVEL: 2

MONDAY, APRIL 22

(1-DAY COURSES)

9:30am – 5:30pm

L13L10

INTERACTIVE DAYLIGHTING

CHARRETTE (1-day course)

JOSEPH DERINGER, AIA, LEED AP

Executive Director, Institute for the Sustainable

Performance of Buildings (SuPerB)

VINAY GHATTI, LEED AP BD+C

Energy Specialist, The Weidt Group

DANE SANDERS, PE, LEED AP BD+C

Principal, Clanton & Associates

This hands-on daylighting charrette explores design,

materials, analysis and metrics. Integrated design

issues such as architectural, mechanical, interior

design, controls and costs are assessed with the

Project Requirements and commissioning process.

LEVEL: 2-3

L13L11

ROADWAY LIGHTING ANALYSIS

(1-day course)

RON GIBBONS, MIES

Director, Center for Infrastructure-Based Safety

Systems, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute

RICK KAUFFMAN, IES

Chief Manager, Kauffman Consulting, LLC

This course is designed to provide attendees with

more advanced understanding of the concepts and

elements necessary to design and evaluate roadway

applications for lighting with concentration on

comprehensive systems analysis.

LEVEL: 2

L13L12

ADVANCED LED LUMINAIRE DESIGN

(1-day course)

BOB HOUSEHOLDER

Director, LED Solutions Engineering, Universal

Lighting Technologies

MARK McCLEAR, IES

VP Applications Engineering, Cree, Inc.

DAVID VENHAUS, IES

President, Illumination Optics

BERNIE WEIR

Director of Applications, LED Lighting,

ON Semiconductor

HANK ZABAWSKI, IES, ASME

Director of Technology, Heatron

This course takes the popular Fundamentals of LED

Luminaire Design course to the next level, focusing

on inter-disciplinary integration and delivering quality

LED luminaires that exceed the performance of

traditional lighting technologies.

LEVEL: 2-3

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®

LIGHTFAIR Institute

3-HOUR WORKSHOPS

Monday, April 22, 2013

The industry's largest

and best selection of

in-depth workshops

The largest offering of workshops with a variety of different

topics and a range of course levels to suit every need.

INDIVIDUAL WORKSHOPS

$220 Advance Pricing / $270 After March 28, 2013

2-DAY INSTITUTE PACKAGE

$740 Advance / $840 After March 28, 2013

Select either one 2-day LIGHTFAIR Institute ® course,

two 1-day courses or a combination of a 1-day course

and two Workshops to fill two days and create your

own personalized 2-day Institute program for Sunday

and Monday. Does not include LFI Innovation Awards ®

on Tuesday.

5-DAY FULL CONFERENCE PACKAGE (SUN – THURS)

$1,095 Advance Pricing / $1,295 After March 28, 2013

Select one 2-day Institute course, two 1-day courses or a

combination of a 1-day and two Workshops to fill two days

for Sunday and Monday. Plus, choose a combination of

Seminars / Workshops for Tuesday – Thursday. Package

includes LFI Innovation Awards ® , Institute Luncheons and

Exhibit Hall access. Does not include Lunch & Learn.

Prices for all LIGHTFAIR Institute ® 1-day

and 2-day courses include:

Exhibit Hall Access

Tuesday – Thursday

Networking / Keynote Luncheons on course days

(Lunch & Keynote Speaker)

Sunday or Monday, 12:45pm – 2:15pm

Must be selected during registration.

Refer to page 19 for Course Level and Credit information.

Please arrive 15 – 30 minutes prior to start time to allow for entry process.

Handouts will be provided for 1-day and 2-day courses. Workshop handouts

can be downloaded one week before the conference; they will not be

provided on-site.

PHOTO CREDITS: LIGHTING ANALYSTS, INC.


MONDAY, APRIL 22

9:30am – 12:30pm

L13W01

WHERE DO NEW SSL STANDARDS

COME FROM? HINT: NOT THE STORK

MICHAEL GRATHER, IES

Principal Engineer, Underwriters Laboratories

BECKY KUEBLER, IES, CORM, SVC

Engineering Technician, A.L.P. Lighting Components

CAMERON MILLER, PhD

Photometry Project Leader, NIST

The standards developed in the IES Testing Procedures

Committee for Solid State Lighting are currently

being used worldwide as the accepted testing

methodology. How these standards are developed,

how they fit into the international and regulatory

community and what is the actual scope of the

standard test methods is presented.

LEVEL: 2

L13W02

AN INTERACTIVE DESIGN CHARETTE

FOR INTERIOR DESIGNERS & ARCHITECTS

KEVIN DANNA, ASSOCIATE IALD, LC

Designer, C.M. Kling & Associates, Inc.

ANDREA HARTRANFT, IALD, LC, FIALD

Senior Lighting Designer, C.M. Kling & Associates, Inc.

An interactive design session where participants receive

feedback on proposed lighting design solutions during a

facilitated design charette. Application-based

discussions provide an opportunity for the introduction

of good lighting principles and consideration of the

impact of various design approaches.

LEVEL: 2

L13W03

DESIGNING WITH LEDs IN

DIRECTIONAL AND DISPLAY LIGHTING

JAMES BENYA, PE, FIES, FIALD

President, Benya Lighting Design

A comprehensive introduction to LEDs and how to

effectively use them in directional and display

lighting in order to provide both higher quality of

light and energy savings.

LEVEL: 1-2

L13W04

LATEST TRENDS FOR LIGHTING IN

BUILDING ENERGY CODES: ASHRAE 90.1

AND CA TITLE 24

BERNIE BAUER, LC, IES

Owner, Integrated Lighting Concepts

MICHAEL LANE, LC, IES, ASHRAE

Senior Energy Management Engineer,

Puget Sound Energy

JON McHUGH, PE, ASHRAE, IES

Principal, McHugh Energy Consultants Inc.

Taught by developers of the lighting portions within

ASHRAE / IES 90.1 and California’s Title 24 building

energy efficiency standards, this course provides an

overview of the lighting requirements and describes

new lighting requirements from LPD’s to daylighting

controls.

LEVEL: 2

L13W05

MAXIMIZING Revit ® LIGHTING

FAMILIES

KEVIN LEDOUX, LEED, AP

Electrical Engineer, Cannon Design

IRA ROTHMAN, LC, IESNA, DLF

President, Radiance Resources

MATHEW ZELKOWITZ, LC, IALD

Principal, Available Light

This course will provide an in-depth understanding of

how Revit lighting families are constructed and the

strategies to apply their information.

LEVEL: 2-3

L13W06

CX: COMMISSIONING LIGHTING

AND DAYLIGHTING SYSTEMS

ELIZABETH GILLMOR, PE, LC, MIES, AIALD, LEED AP

Lighting Energy Engineer, Group14 Engineering

This seminar is led by the lighting team leader of a

whole-building commissioning group, and will take

you through the Cx process, from design through

construction and occupancy. We will share critical

“lessons learned” through multiple project case

studies and show you how in-depth “lighting

commissioning” should go far beyond simple

functional testing.

LEVEL: 1-2

2:30pm – 5:30pm

L13W07

HOW LEDs WORK

JOHN CURRAN, PhD

President, LED Transformations, LLC

This course will provide all the basic concepts of

solid-state lighting technology. Attendees will learn

LED concepts, the physics behind the technology as

well as its implications for specifiers, contractors

and users.

LEVEL: 1

L13W08

DAYLIGHT PERFORMANCE

METRICS FROM HUMAN STUDIES

& ANNUAL SIMULATION

LISA HESCHONG, IES

Principal, Heschong Mahone Group

KEVIN VAN DEN WYMELENBERG, IES, PhD

Assistant Professor / Director, University of Idaho

Integrated Design Lab

The course explains the basis for daylight

performance metrics and how to utilize them in

daylight and lighting design. Examples from real

spaces inform an intuitive understanding of the

metrics and corresponding criteria. Also discussed

are the capabilities of simulation tools to generate

them, the effect of assumptions about blinds

operation, implications for daylight performance and

visual comfort and the limitations of the metrics.

LEVEL: 2

L13W09

LED STREET LIGHTING: CHANGING

THE LANDSCAPE OF THE NIGHT SKY

ED EBRAHIMIAN

Director, Bureau of Street Lighting, City of

Los Angeles

EDWARD SMALLEY

Director, Municipal Solid State Street Lighting

Consortium, Seattle City Light

There are an estimated 26 million street lights in the

United States. This session will describe the

USDOE's LED Street Lighting Consortium's work to

assist in nationwide implementation of LED Street

Lighting and a case study of the City of Los Angeles'

conversion to 140,000 LED street lights.

LEVEL: 2

L13W10

THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS

ONE PERFECT LIGHTING SYSTEM

GERRY CORNWELL, IES, LC

Designer, Consultant, Educator, Gerry Cornwell

Lighting

PEPING DEE, JR., IES, LC, LEED AP

Principal, Inform Lightworks, Inc.

BENJAMIN KOYLE, LC

NAFTA Training Manager, Osram Sylvania

DAVID WEIGAND

Director of Sales, Encelium / Osram Sylvania

This course is designed to help participants identify

key characteristics of light sources, luminaires and

lighting controls in actual applications. When lighting

practitioners know the questions to ask, they can sift

through different technologies in order to select the

most appropriate lighting system for a job.

LEVEL: All

L13W11

LIGHTING DESIGN INSIDE Autodesk ®

Revit ® WITH ElumTools

JOEL SPAHN

Senior Developer, Lighting Analysts, Inc.

DAVID SPEER, IES

Director of Sales & Marketing, Lighting Analysts, Inc.

Detailed lighting analysis is now available within

Revit MEP or Architecture using ElumTools. In three

hours, learn how to leverage existing Revit content in

terms of geometry, luminaire families and materials

to quickly integrate complete point-by-point lighting

calculations and results with your Revit projects.

LEVEL: 2

L13W12

PHOTOMETRY 101

GREG SUBISAK, PE, LC, FIES

Lighting Educator, Acuity Brands Lighting

Review photometric reports including the supporting

lighting terminology. Understand the flow of data

from the photometric lab to the photometric report to

the use of IES files in computer lighting analysis tools.

LEVEL: 1

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