Monday, May 7 - Lightfair International

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Monday, May 7 - Lightfair International

Pre-ConferenCe

Lightfair Daylighting institute ®

Lightfair institute ®

Monday, May 7 –

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

traDe Show & ConferenCe

Wednesday, May 9 –

Friday, May 11, 2012

Las Vegas Convention Center

Las Vegas, nV

www.lightfair.com

LIGHTFAIR ®

INTERNATIONAL

The World’s Largest Annual Architectural &

Commercial Lighting Trade Show & Conference

In collaboration with

The International

Association of

Lighting Designers

In collaboration with

The Illuminating

Engineering Society

of North America

Produced &

Managed by

AMC, Inc.


See innoVation in a new Light.

onLY at Lightfair ®

internationaL.

The IALD and the IES, along with AMC, are pleased to welcome exhibitors, attendees, members of

the press and educators as well as all the members of both societies to LIGHTFAIR International.

LIGHTFAIR promotes the art and science of quality lighting and showcases innovative design by

providing a venue where everyone comes together for the most anticipated event in the North

American lighting industry. LIGHTFAIR will continue to deliver cutting-edge product information,

exceptional education offerings and valuable networking opportunities.

We appreciate you joining us in Las Vegas this year for this 23rd edition of LIGHTFAIR and thank

you for being part of this event!

Sincerely,

KeVin theoBaLD, iaLD

President, IALD, 2012-2013

1 LIGHTFAIR ® International 2012

DeniS LaVoie, ieS

President, IES, 2011-2012

JeffreY L. PortMan, Sr.

President, AMC, Inc.

Lfi ®

Show

ManageMent

rochelle Burt, CeM

Managing Director

+1 404.220.2218

rochelleb@lightfair.com

elly a. McCloud, CeM

Executive Director

Marketing, Conference

& Attendee Relations

+1 404.220.2822

ellym@lightfair.com

Kristina Unger, CeM, CMP

Executive Director

Sponsorship Sales & operations

+1 404.220.2251

kristinau@lightfair.com

Ben Coleman

Senior Sales Manager

+1 404.220.2004

benc@lightfair.com

Michelle Moore, CeM

Conference Manager

+1 404.220.2231

michellem@lightfair.com

Lisa Kay Bokovoy

Manager of AMC Corporate

Communications & LFI Marketing

+1 404.220.2116

lisab@lightfair.com

Jo ann Marshall

Executive Vice President

Tradeshows

AMC, Inc.

+1 404.220.2235

jmiller@americasmart.com

Mike turnbull

Senior Vice President

Strategic Relations

AMC, Inc.

+1 404.220.2101

mturnbull@americasmart.com

photo creditS [coVer]

[Left anD right] Dee anD CharLeS wYLY theatre LIGHTING DESIGN:

Suzan Tillotson, IALD, Christopher Cheap, Associate IALD, Tillotson

Design Associates | ARCHITECTS: Joshua Prince-Ramus, Rem Koolhaas,

Rexioma | PHoToGRAPHy: © Iwan Baan, © Tim Hursley

[right] art CoLLeCtor'S Loft LIGHTING DESIGN: Richard Renfro,

IALD, Sarah Randall, Fabio Tuchiya, Andrew Thompson, Renfro Design

Group | ARCHITECTS: Ben Van Berkel, Arjan Dingste, Marianthi

Tatari, Unstudio | PHoToGRAPHy: © Iwan Baan, Iwan Baan Studio

In collaboration with

The International

Association of

Lighting Designers

In collaboration with

The Illuminating

Engineering Society

of North America

Produced &

Managed by

AMC, Inc.


ContentS

Calendar of Events 5-6

Networking & Special Events 7-8

Exhibitor Listing 13-14

Conference overview 18

LIGHTFAIR Daylighting Institute ®

19-21

LIGHTFAIR Institute ®

& Workshops 23-29

Design Symposia 31-32

Seminars 33-39

Publications List 41

Acknowledgements & QR Code Contest 44

Hotel & Travel Information 45-46

Registration Information & Form 47-49

Sponsors Back Cover

the world's largest

annual architectural and

commercial lighting

trade show & conference

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Lightfair ®

at a glance

internationaL

lightfair ® iNterNatioNal is the premier event for the lighting industry, connecting

innovative design, cutting-edge technology and continuing education courses. For

23 years, LFI has provided a forum for lighting manufacturers to connect with industry

professionals from around the world.

THIS YEAR AT LIGHTFAIR ®

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Pre-conference conference & trade show

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Keynote luncheons exhibit hall / trade show

3 LIGHTFAIR ® International 2012

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THE INDUSTRY

Connect with key industry professionals at the many

Networking and Special Events at lightfair ® .

• LFI Innovation Awards ® Presentation

• The Nuckolls Fund for Lighting Education Luncheon

• 29th Annual IALD International Lighting Design Awards

• The NCQLP LC Luncheon

• New Attendee orientation

• Lighting Education Meet & Greet

• Emerging Professionals Mixer

• Spotlight Lounge featuring speakers, raffles and more!

• 8 on-site lounges

• Cocktail Hour

• Welcome Reception

INNOVATIVE pRODUCTS

Explore the industry’s leading companies in the

LFI Exhibit Hall.

• 475+ exhibitors

• LEDs, oLEDs, luminaires, energy-efficient products,

solutions and innovative design

• 5 unique pavilions: Building Integration, Daylighting,

Design, Global Light + Design, New Exhibitor Pavilion

HERE’S wHAT OUR ATTENDEES

ARE SAYING AbOUT LFI:

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Say they would

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EDUCATION

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The LFI Conference offers you more

than 220 hours of accredited educational

options – all developed to cover a broad

spectrum of today’s most relevant topics.

• 11 Daylighting Institute ® Workshops

• one 2-day Daylighting Fundamentals course

• one full-day Daylight Modeling Daysim course

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LEDs, Revit ® , Photoshop and Visual Software

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including in-depth software courses

• Four Design Symposia

• 32 seminars in 7 tracks

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photo creditS: [top right] eXPo aXiS at the worLD eXPo Shanghai LIGHTING DESIGN: Dr. yun Weimin, Dr. Chu Xingwu, Lee yingyuan,

Wang Delin, Bai Ting, Shanghai Grandar Light Art & Technology Co Ltd | ARCHITECT: SBA GMBH | PHoToGRAPHy: © Duan Hongjun

Learn More:

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oF EXHIBIToRS.

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Pre-ConferenCe

Lightfair Daylighting

institute ®

Lightfair institute ®

Monday, May 7 –

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

traDe Show &

ConferenCe

Wednesday, May 9 –

Friday, May 11, 2012

eXhiBit haLL DateS

anD hoUrS

wednesday, May 9, 2012

10:00am – 6:00pm

thursday, May 10, 2012

10:00am – 6:00pm

friday, May 11, 2012

9:00am – 3:00pm

Las Vegas Convention

Center

Las Vegas, nV

WWW.lightfair.CoM 4


Lfi ®

2012

CALENDAR

oF EVENTS

pRE-CONFERENCE

LIGHTFAIR Institute ®

and Daylighting Institute ®

MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY!

CONFERENCE

wednesday – friday

Seminars

thursday

Symposia

TRADE SHOw HOURS

wednesday & thursday

10:00am – 6:00pm

friday

9:00am – 3:00pm

5 LIGHTFAIR ® International 2012

Lightfair Daylighting institute ®

Courses

and Lightfair institute ®

Courses

12:15pm – 1:45pm

MonDaY, MaY 7

KeYnote LUnCheon

L12KL1 A Curriculum for the 21 st Century –

Don Marinelli

Lightfair DaYLighting inStitUte ®

9:00am – 5:00pm

L12D01 Daylighting Fundamentals

(2-day course, continued on tuesday)

L12D02 Daylighting and Photosensor Control

Systems Modeling in Daysim

9:00am – 12:00pm

L12D03 Daylighting Strategies in

High Performance Schools

L12D04 Circadian Correct Daylighting: Connecting

the Dots between Health, Science and

Practical Application

2:00pm – 5:00pm

L12D05 Interior Window Treatment Impacts on

Daylighting Design

L12D06 Parametric Daylight Design and Analysis

Lightfair inStitUte ® 2-Day CoUrSeS

9:00am – 5:00pm

(2-day courses, continued on tuesday)

L12L01 Basic Lighting

L12L02 Intermediate Lighting

L12L03 Advanced Lighting

L12L04 Computer-Aided Lighting Analysis with

AGi32 (Basic)

L12L05 Computer-Aided Lighting Analysis

with DIALux

Lightfair inStitUte ® 1-Day CoUrSe

9:00am – 5:00pm

L12L06 LED Luminaire Design

L12L07 Autodesk ® Revit ® and 3ds Max ®

Design for Lighting & Daylighting

Simulation

Lightfair inStitUte ® worKShoPS

9:00am – 12:00pm

L12w01 LED Performance: Myths and Facts –

An Industry Update

L12w02 Electrical Specifications of Lighting

Equipment for Designers

L12w03 Dimming LED Sources: What's Working &

What Still Needs Fixing

L12w04 Human Factors in Lighting

from Adolescents to Senior Citizens

2:00pm – 5:00pm

L12w05 optimizing Energy Audits for

Facility Upgrades

L12w06 LED Challenges for Today's Museums

L12w07 Photometry 101

L12w08 The Benefits of Wireless Lighting

Control Systems

tUeSDaY, MaY 8

KeYnote LUnCheon

12:15pm – 1:45pm

L12KL2 Avatar and Beyond: Lighting Hollywood's

Real and Virtual Actors – Paul Debevec

Sponsored by Cooper Lighting, Booth 2524

Lightfair DaYLighting inStitUte ®

9:00am – 5:00pm

L12D01 Daylighting Fundamentals (Part 2 of 2-day course)

9:00am – 12:00pm

L12D07 High Performance Daylighting

Design for Net-Zero Energy &

LEED Platinum Buildings

L12D08 Challenges Associated with Weather-Based

Annual Daylight Simulations

2:00pm – 5:00pm

L12D09 Daylighting Design Solutions for High

Performance Building Results

L12D10 Daylight Performance Metrics from

Annual Simulations

L12D11 Daylighting Design: Concept

to Construction

Lightfair inStitUte ® 2-Day CoUrSeS

9:00am – 5:00pm (Part 2 of 2-day course)

L12L01 Basic Lighting

L12L02 Intermediate Lighting

L12L03 Advanced Lighting

L12L04 Computer-Aided Lighting Analysis with

AGi32 (Basic)

L12L05 Computer-Aided Lighting Analysis

with DIALux

Lightfair inStitUte ® 1-Day CoUrSe

9:00am – 5:00pm

L12L08 Advanced Computer-Aided Lighting

Design with Visual

L12L09 Photography "Boot Camp" for Lighting

Industry Professionals

Lightfair inStitUte ® worKShoPS

9:00am – 12:00pm

L12w09 Environmental Enrichment through Color

L12w10 Choosing a Light Source: Which Is Best

for your Application?

L12w11 optimization, Tips and Tricks in Revit ®

for Effective Lighting Design

L12w12 Advanced Drawing Techniques for Landscape

Lighting: on Rendering Gardens & Parks

2:00pm – 5:00pm

L12w13 Enhancing Lighting Design Capability in

Revit ® with ElumTools

L12w14 ZHAGA Modularity for LED Sources

L12w15 High Dynamic Range Imaging:

A Tool for Lighting Designers

L12w16 Healthcare Lighting – Responding to the

Research, Trends and Current Practice


LIGHTFAIR ®

weDneSDaY, MaY 9

networKing & SPeCiaL eVentS

8:30am – 10:00am

L12SP1 LFI Innovation Awards ®

& Continental Breakfast (8:00am)

10:00am – 11:00am

L12SP2 New Attendee orientation

11:30am – 12:00pm

L12SP3 Lighting Education Meet & Greet

and Student Portfolio Review

12:00pm – 1:00pm

L12SP4 Student Tours of the LFI Exhibit Hall

12:15pm – 1:45pm

L12ne1 The Nuckolls Fund for Lighting

Education Luncheon

5:00pm – 6:00pm

L12SP5 Welcome Reception

5:30pm

L12SP6 Raffle

SeMinarS

2:00pm – 3:30pm

L12S01 Metrics Used in Iterative

Daylighting Design l s

L12S02 Commercial Building Energy & Green Code

Requirements for Lighting Controls s t

L12S03 Daylighting Codes vs. Energy Codes:

A Changing Paradigm s t

L12S04 Fundamentals of Light Source

Technologies P t

4:30pm – 6:00pm

L12S05 LED for Roadway, Area and Parking Facility

Applications l t

L12S06 Energy Modeling: What All Lighting

Professionals Need to Know s

L12S07 An Evolution in Efficiency: The Benefits of

Next-Generation Lighting Controls t

L12S08 What's New in Lamps and Ballasts ru t

thUrSDaY, MaY 10

networKing & SPeCiaL eVentS

11:00am – 12:00pm

Bottled Water Break

Sponsored by Bartco Lighting, Booth 1208

12:15pm – 1:00pm

L12SP7 Emerging Professionals Mixer

12:15pm – 1:45pm

L12ne2 National Council on Qualifications

for the Lighting Professions (nCQLP)

LC (Lighting Certified) Luncheon

Lfi ® CaLenDar of eVentS LegenD

Trade Show and Conference

thUrSDaY, MaY 10 (continued)

networKing & SPeCiaL eVentS

3:00pm – 4:00pm

L12SP8 Show Keynote – Ambassador Bruce J. oreck

4:30pm – 5:30pm

L12SP9 Cocktail Hour

5:30pm

Lightfair DaYLighting inStitUte ®

SeMinarS

Lightfair inStitUte ® CoUrSeS & worKShoPS

DeSign SYMPoSia

networKing & SPeCiaL eVentS

L12SP10 Raffle

6:00pm – 12:00am

L12ne3 29th Annual IALD International Lighting

Design Awards Presentation & IALD

Education Trust Benefit Dinner

DeSign SYMPoSia

8:30am – 10:00am

L12DS1 Healthcare Lighting:

Cleveland Clinic Case Study

10:30am – 12:00pm

L12DS2 Light Spaces in Wright Places

2:00pm – 3:30pm

L12DS3 Creating Choreographed Experiences:

A Sensory Exploration of Interiors

4:00pm – 6:00pm

L12DS4 Lighting in Hospitality Interior Design

SeMinarS

8:30am – 10:00am

L12S09 Museums in the Balance: Daylight,

LED and Conservation l

L12S10 Using BSDF Data to Simulate Daylight

and Energy Performance of Innovative

Fenestration Products s t

L12S11 A Guided Tour of SSL Area Light Sources

– Past, Present & Future t

L12S12 Integrating Lighting Control: Using

Building Automation for Increased Energy,

operational & Installation Savings id ru

10:30am – 12:00pm

L12S13 New Modeling Methods in

Daylighting Design l P

L12S14 Application of LED Lighting

in Horticulture l

L12S15 A Building in the Cloud: Lighting Controls

for the Future t

L12S16 Lighting Retrofits: A Better option Now

Than Ever Before ru

2:00pm – 3:30pm

L12S17 Lighting 101: Fundamentals of Lighting

for Architects & Interior Designers hf l

thUrSDaY, MaY 10 (continued)

SeMinarS (continued)

2:00pm – 3:30pm (continued)

L12S18 Transforming a 1980's Era office

to All LED Lighting: A Designer &

Customer Perspective ru s

L12S19 How to Use the DoE Lighting Facts,

Resources & Tools to Evaluate LED

Products for your Needs P t

L12S20 Through the Eyes of the Beholder:

Using Post occupancy Evaluations

(PoEs) to Guide our Way hf

4:30pm – 6:00pm

L12S21 Sensory Enlightenment: Light Art &

Lighting Design hf l

L12S22 Regulations & Codes – What's in Store

for the Lighting Industry? id s

L12S23 LED Standards and Measurement Methods t

L12S24 opportunities for Daylight Harvesting

in Existing office Buildings ru s

friDaY, MaY 11

networKing & SPeCiaL eVentS

10:00am – 11:00am

L12SP11 Media Panel

1:00pm – 1:30pm

L12SP12 Grand Prize Raffle

SeMinarS

8:30am – 10:00am

L12S25 Liberated Pixels l

L12S26 Lighting Design Challenges for

Net-Zero Energy Homes l s

L12S27 Seeing Beyond CRI: How to overcome

the Industry's Color Quality Challenge

to Harness the Power of LEDs t

L12S28 Light, Perception & Health:

The Effects of Daylight & Electric

Light on Human Well-Being hf

10:30am – 12:00pm

L12S29 A Story of Daylighting, PV-Powered

LED Lights & a Very Large Array id

L12S30 Standards and Programs for the SSL

Marketplace P t

L12S31 Taking Plasma Lighting from

Technology to Application t

L12S32 BIM & Integrated Lighting

Documentation id P

SeMinar traCKS

hf hUMan faCtorS in Lighting P ProfeSSionaL DeVeLoPMent

iD integrateD DeSign

L Lighting aPPLiCation

t teChnoLogY

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energY, enVironMent

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enJoY networKing

at Lfi

CoMPLiMentarY

Lfi innovation awards ® Lounge –

Booth 3927

A visual presentation of the LFI Innovation Award ®

winners. See the best in innovative design and

technology on display in this unique lounge.

Spotlight Lounge – Booth 6746

• IES & IALD Gallery of Awards

• Show Keynote

• Raffles

Lfi Cyber Café – Booth 633

Lighting education Lounge –

Booth 6525

The meeting place for students, educators

and all supporters of lighting education.

Daylighting Lounge – Booth 5519

Design Lounge – Booth 2240

Sponsored by Architectural Lighting –

Booth 1847

Building integration Lounge –

Booth 6311

global Light + Design Lounge –

Booth 2130

Conference Café –

room n110

open to all conference participants.

7 LIGHTFAIR ® International 2012

Lightfair internationaL ®

2012

NETWoRKING & SPECIAL EVENTS

LFI is THE place for professionals with an interest in lighting to come together and celebrate,

support and honor the best the industry has to offer. Choose from our exciting array of

Networking & Special Events and find your best opportunity to join like-minded professionals

from around the world in sharing ideas, promoting new thinking and finding inspiration.

Please note: Networking & Special Event pricing is at the discretion of the organizer of that

event. Please register early for all events as seating is limited and offered on a first-come,

first-served basis.

MonDaY, MaY 7

L12KL1

KeYnote LUnCheon #1: a CUrriCULUM

for the 21St CentUrY: StorYteLLing,

arChiteCtUre, teChnoLogY anD eXPerienCe

12:15pm – 1:45pm

SPeaKer: Don Marinelli, PhD, Executive Producer

Entertainment Technology Center

Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

CoSt: $55 in aDVanCe / $65 after aPriL 12, 2012

(included in Institute Registration)

LoCation: Room N109

21st century digital natives deserve a 21st century

curriculum. The Carnegie Mellon University's Themed

Entertainment Association (ETC) has devised one.

It is an approach to learning that places traditional

subject matter into both a concrete and virtual

world view.

tUeSDaY, MaY 8

L12KL2

KeYnote LUnCheon #2: aVatar anD BeYonD:

Lighting hoLLYwooD'S

reaL anD VirtUaL aCtorS

Sponsored by

– Booth 2524

12:15pm – 1:45pm

SPeaKer: Paul Debevec, PhD, Associate Director,

Graphics Research, USC Institute for Creative

Technologies, Los Angeles, CA

CoSt: $55 in aDVanCe / $65 after aPriL 12, 2012

(included in Institute Registration)

LoCation: Room N109

Photoreal digital actors have become a practical

reality in the last decade and are poised to

revolutionize the entertainment industry. Paul

Debevec from USC’s Institute for Creative

Technologies will explain the technical progression

and application of his lab’s LED-based “Light Stage”

facial scanning systems which have helped produce

photoreal digital actors for movies such as Spider-Man

2, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Avatar.

weDneSDaY, MaY 9

L12SP1

Lfi innoVation awarDS ® &

ContinentaL BreaKfaSt

8:30am – 10:00am

(breakfast at 8:00am)

CoSt: $55 in aDVanCe / $65 after aPriL 12, 2012

(included in Full Conference Package)

LoCation: Room N109

The Best in Innovative Thinking and Design – only at

LFI. Join us for your morning cup and all that’s new

at the LFI Innovation Awards. LFI presenters will

introduce the latest in product innovation…all you

need to know in 60 minutes! Rise and shine and don’t

be late for this quick overview of hundreds of

products to be introduced this year. LIGHTFAIR ® will

honor and celebrate the industry’s most innovative

products and designs during the awards, taking place

on Wednesday, May 9, at 8:30am at the Las Vegas

Convention Center, just before the opening of the LFI

exhibit hall at 10:00am.

L12SP2

new attenDee orientation

10:00am – 11:00am

CoSt: free for StUDentS / $20 in aDVanCe / $25

after aPriL 12, 2012

LoCation: Room N119

A presentation and orientation session to help

new attendees navigate both the conference program

and trade show floor of LIGHTFAIR ® International.

This session will be entirely interactive, allowing

participants to ask specific questions about their first

LFI experience and also meet other first-time attendees.

L12SP3

Lighting eDUCation Meet & greet anD

StUDent PortfoLio reView

11:30am – 12:00pm

LoCation: Lighting Education Lounge – Booth 6525

Students, educators, industry professionals and

supporters of lighting education are all invited to

meet and mingle in the Lighting Education Lounge

while Lighting Designers and industry professionals

provide critical input to students’ work and review their

portfolios. Beverages will be provided, so connect,

network and catch up!


weDneSDaY, MaY 9 (continued)

L12SP4

StUDent toUrS of the Lfi eXhiBit haLL

12:00pm – 1:00pm

LoCation: Lighting Education Lounge – Booth 6525

Join an industry expert or lighting designer and take

a tour of the LFI Exhibit Hall under the guidance of a

seasoned professional. Open to students and

emerging professionals only.

L12ne1

the nUCKoLLS fUnD for Lighting

eDUCation LUnCheon: gLoBaL

DeVeLoPMentS in Lighting eDUCation

offiCe for ViSUaL interaCtion

12:15pm – 1:45pm

CoSt: $60

LoCation: Room N107

Jean SUnDin, iaLD, ieSna, PLDa

Global Developments in Lighting Education

As international recognition of lighting design

continues, the lighting education community is

more global than ever before. This presentation will

highlight key international developments including

the introduction of a global lighting research database,

universal lighting design syllabus and expansion of

established degree programs. Attendees will also

learn about several resources for lighting students,

educators and designers developed during Jean

Sundin's term as Professional Lighting Designers'

Association's Director for Education.

L12SP5

weLCoMe reCePtion

5:00pm – 6:00pm

LoCation: Spotlight Lounge – Booth 6746

Join your peers for a glass of wine or a cold beer as

you relax and network.

L12SP6

raffLe

5:30pm

LoCation: Spotlight Lounge – Booth 6746

Drop your business card for a chance to win

valuable prizes. Raffle is open to LFI attendees.

one card per attendee for all days.

thUrSDaY, MaY 10

L12SP7

eMerging ProfeSSionaLS MiXer

12:15pm – 1:00pm

LoCation: Spotlight Lounge – Booth 6746

Emerging professionals, students and industry

professionals can connect here to network and

exchange information. Don't miss this opportunity

to connect and meet professionals who are new to

this industry.

thUrSDaY, MaY 10 (continued)

L12ne2

nCQLP LC Lightfair LUnCheon 2012

PaSt, PreSent & fUtUre of SoLiD-State Lighting

12:15pm – 1:45pm

CoSt: $60

LoCation: Room N107

a PaneL PreSentation ChaireD BY:

naDaraJah narenDran

Professor / Director of Research

Lighting Research Center,

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

The evolution of solid-state lighting (SSL) – white

light LED technology in particular – has provided a

"game-changer" for both the lighting industry and

governments around the globe seeking energy savings.

The steps taken along this evolutionary path to

improve and advance white LEDs for use in lighting

applications have been critical to the technology

reaching its current standing as a promising source

for general illumination. How did the white LED

come to this point? And where is it going from here?

Join us for this engaging panel presentation as they

map out the evolutionary path for LED devices,

systems and applications, and describe the current

state of each, as well as ASSIST’s contributions.

L12SP8

Show KeYnote: the U.S. aMBaSSaDor

to finLanD, BrUCe J. oreCK

3:00pm – 4:00pm

LoCation: Spotlight Lounge – Booth 6746

iLLUMinating DiPLoMaCY: oPPortUnitieS

of the Lighting reVoLUtion in foreign

CoMMerCe anD geoPoLitiCS

SPeaKer: Bruce J. oreck

United States Ambassador to Finland

Chair of the League of Green Embassies

Electricity will be the single biggest driver of energy

demand in the coming years. By 2040, demand for

electricity will be up 80% and electrical generation

will account for more than 40% of global energy

consumption. Hence the remarkable gains in energy

efficiency provided by the revolution in lighting

technology will have profound geopolitical impact.

The wide scale implementation of energy efficiency

can be the foundation for vibrant growth in world

economies. Failure to adopt these efficiencies is

projected to result in energy price escalations and

supply shortages that will devastate economies and

lead to political instability.

The international significance of these issues,

combined with the opportunity for job growth and

exports, makes energy efficiency a central area of

concern and action by the Department of State and

the Department of Commerce. Ambassador oreck

will address the political challenges and business

prospects of our new relationship with energy.

tiP froM the teaM: BRING

PLENTy oF BUSINESS CARDS

To LIGHTFAIR.

—BEN C.

thUrSDaY, MaY 10 (continued)

L12SP9

CoCKtaiL hoUr

4:30pm – 5:30pm

LoCation: New Exhibitor Pavilion

Explore this exciting new pavilion featuring first-time

exhibitors and enjoy a glass of wine or a cold beer.

L12SP10

raffLe

5:30pm

LoCation: Spotlight Lounge – Booth 6746

Drop your business card for a chance to win valuable

prizes. Raffle is open to LFI attendees. one card per

attendee for all days.

L12ne3

29th annUaL iaLD internationaL Lighting

DeSign awarDS PreSentation & iaLD

eDUCation trUSt Benefit Dinner

6:00pm – 12:00am

CoSt: iaLD / LirC Members: $250

non-Members: $350

LoCation: Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

The IALD International Lighting Design Awards is the

year’s premier gala event recognizing aesthetic and

technical excellence in lighting design. Held in

coordination with the IALD Education Trust Benefit

Dinner, proceeds from this event enable the IALD

Education Trust to support lighting design education

through its various efforts. This event includes a

cocktail reception, seated formal dinner and the

IALD Awards Program.

A portion of all tickets is tax deductible as a charitable

gift. Table sponsorship is also available at the following

levels: Platinum ($10,000 USD), Gold ($7,500 USD)

and Silver ($5,000 USD).

Please contact Kelly Ashmore at the IALD for

more information at +1 312.527.3677 or

via email at kelly@iald.org.

friDaY, MaY 11

L12SP11

MeDia PaneL

10:00am – 11:00am

LoCation: Spotlight Lounge – Booth 6746

L11SP12

granD Prize raffLe

1:30pm

LoCation: Spotlight Lounge – Booth 6746

Drop your business card for a chance to win the

grand prize. open to LFI attendees. one card

per attendee for all days.

WWW.lightfair.CoM 8


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and designs introduced over the past 12 months.

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8:30am – 10:00am

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8:00am – 8:30am

9 LIGHTFAIR ® International 2012

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the technical innovation award

the Judges’ Citation award (at judges’ discretion)

the Most innovative Product of the Year award

CoSt

$55 advance; $65 after april 12, 2012 & on-Site

includes Continental Breakfast

photo creditS: hoteL enCanto LIGHTING DESIGN: Gustavo Avilés, IALD, LIGHTEAM

ARCHITECT: Miguel Angel Aragonés | PHoToGRAPHy: © Paul Czitrom


PDF VERSION

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KEyNoTES

INSTITuTE KEyNoTES*

1

2

A CURRICULUM FOR THE 21 ST CENTURY:

STORYTELLING, ARCHITECTURE,

TECHNOLOGY & ExpERIENCE

don Marinelli

21 st century digital natives deserve a 21 st century curriculum. The Carnegie

Mellon University's Themed Entertainment Association (ETC) has devised one.

It is an approach to learning that places traditional subject matter into both a

concrete and virtual world view.

MonDaY, MaY 7, 12:15pm – 1:45pm

Room N109

Donald Marinelli is a tenured Professor of Drama and Arts Management at Carnegie

Mellon University and the Executive Producer of the Entertainment Technology Center,

which he co-founded. He is currently leading the expansion of the Entertainment

Technology Center internationally. Mr. Marinelli completed his undergraduate degree

at the University of Tampa, attended Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, where he

received a M.A. in Clinical Psychology specializing in Existential-Phenomenological

Psychology and attended the University of Pittsburgh, where he received his Ph.D.

in theatre history, literature and criticism.

AVATAR AND bEYOND: LIGHTING HOLLYwOOD'S

REAL AND VIRTUAL ACTORS

paul debevec

Photoreal digital actors have become a practical reality in the last decade and are

poised to revolutionize the entertainment industry. Paul Debevec from USC’s

Institute for Creative Technologies will explain the technical progression and

application of his lab’s LED-based “Light Stage” facial scanning systems, which

have helped produce photoreal digital actors for movies such as Spider-Man 2,

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Avatar.

tUeSDaY, MaY 8, 12:15pm – 1:45pm

Room N109

Paul Debevec leads the Graphics Laboratory at the University of Southern California's Institute

for Creative Technologies and is a Research Associate Professor in the USC Computer Science

Department. He earned degrees in Math and Computer Engineering at the University of Michigan

and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from UC Berkeley. Mr. Debevec is a member of ACM

SIGGRAPH, and has received recognition such as: ACM SIGGRAPH's first Significant New

Researcher Award, a Gilbreth Lectureship from the National Academy of Engineering and a

Visionary Award from the Electronic and Animated Arts. His work has appeared in films such

as Spider-Man 2 & 3, King Kong, Superman Returns, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

and Avatar.

11 LIGHTFAIR ® International 2012

* Keynote Luncheons are included with every Daylighting or LIGHTFAIR Institute ® course

or workshop – or that specific day if selected during registration (Monday and / or Tuesday)

Don Marinelli, PhD

Executive Producer

Entertainment Technology Center

Carnegie Mellon University

Pittsburgh, PA

Paul Debevec, PhD

Associate Director, Graphics Research

USC Institute for Creative Technologies

Los Angeles, CA

Sponsored by

– Booth 2524


KEyNoTES

SHoW KEyNoTE

3

ILLUMINATING DIpLOMACY:

OppORTUNITIES OF THE LIGHTING

REVOLUTION IN FOREIGN COMMERCE

AND GEOpOLITICS

ambassador Bruce J. oreck

Electricity will be the single biggest driver of energy demand in the coming

years. By 2040, demand for electricity will be up 80% and electrical

generation will account for more than 40% of global energy consumption.

Hence the remarkable gains in energy efficiency provided by the revolution

in lighting technology will have profound geopolitical impact. The wide

scale implementation of energy efficiency can be the foundation for vibrant

growth in world economies. Failure to adopt these efficiencies is projected

to result in energy price escalations and supply shortages that will devastate

economies and lead to political instability.

The international significance of these issues, combined with the

opportunity for job growth and exports, makes energy efficiency a central

area of concern and action by the Department of State and the Department

of Commerce. Ambassador oreck will address the political challenges and

business prospects of our new relationship with energy.

thUrSDaY, MaY 10, 3:00pm – 4:00pm

Spotlight Lounge – Booth 6746

Bruce J. oreck was sworn in as United States Ambassador to Finland on August 12, 2009.

Ambassador oreck obtained his Bachelor of Arts from The Johns Hopkins University, Juris

Doctorate from Louisiana State University and Masters of Law (Taxation) from New york

University. He practiced law for over 25 years, served as General Counsel and Executive Vice

President for the oreck Corporation and worked as a real estate developer restoring and

redeveloping historic properties. This work caused him and his wife to become more and more

engaged in “green” building and, ultimately, focused on climate change and renewable /

alternative energy.

Bruce J. Oreck

United States Ambassador to Finland

Chair of the League of Green Embassies

Helsinki, Finland

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ExHIbITor LIST

AT LIGHTFAIR ® INTERNATIONAL

a

A.A.G. STUCCHI

NoRTH AMERICA, INC.

A.L.P. LIGHTING

CoMPoNENTS, INC.

ABS LIGHTING

ACA (ALUMINUM CoIL

ANoDIZING CoRP.)

ACCESS LIGHTING

ACCLAIM LIGHTING / ELATIoN

LIGHTING

ACUITy BRANDS

ADVANCED LAMP CoATINGS

AECo LIFE

AIR CyCLE CoRPoRATIoN

ALANoD GMBH & Co. KG

ALBEo TECHNoLoGIES, INC.

ALCHEMy LIGHTS

ALEDDRA By LIGHTEL

TECHNoLoGIES, INC.

ALMECo USA, INC.

ALPHALITE, INC.

ALTMAN LIGHTING

AMERICA ELEX, INC.

AMERICAN BALLAST CoRP.

AMERICAN BRIGHT

LIGHTING, INC.

AMERICAN FLUoRESCENT

CoRPoRATIoN

AMERICAN GREENPoWER

(USA) INC.

AMERICAN ILLUMINATIoN, INC.

AMERLUX

AMF LIGHTING

TECHNoLoGy, INC.

ANoLIS / RoBE LIGHTING, INC.

ANTARES LIGHTING

APHoS LIGHTING, LLC

APoLLo DESIGN TECHNoLoGy

ARCHIPELAGo LIGHTING

ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING

ARCHITECTURAL SSL

MAGAZINE

ARK LIGHTING

ARRoW ELECTRoNICS

ATG ELECTRoNICS

ATLANTIC LIGHTING, INC.

AURoRA LIGHTING, INC.

AURoRALIGHT, INC.

AUTANI

AVNET ELECTRoNICS

MARKETING

B

2012 exhibitor advisory committee members

B PLUS L TECHNoLoGIES, INC.

B-K lightiNg & teKa

illUMiNatioN

BACNET INTERNATIoNAL

BARTCo LIGHTING

BENJAMIN ELECTRIC

13 LIGHTFAIR ® International 2012

BEST LIGHTING PRoDUCTS, INC.

Beta led

BETA-CALCo, INC.

BIRCHWooD LIGHTING

BJB ELECTRIC L.P.

BL INNoVATIVE LIGHTING, LTD.

BLUETEC GMBH

BoCK LIGHTING

BRANDENBURG GMBH

BRIDGELUX, INC.

BRoWNLEE LIGHTING

BRUCK LIGHTING / WILA

LIGHTING

BUILDINGS – INTERIoRS &

SoURCES

BULBRITE INDUSTRIES

C

C.C. DEW, INC.

CABLE GRIPPERS, INC.

CALIFoRNIA EASTERN

LABoRAToRIES

CALIFoRNIA LIGHTING

TECHNoLoGy CENTER,

UC DAVIS

CANTALUPI USA

CAo GRoUP, INC.

CARCLo TECHNICAL PLASTICS

CARLISLE SyNTEC, INC.

CARMANAH TECHNoLoGIES

CAST LIGHTING

CATHoDE LIGHTING

SySTEMS INC.

CAVET TECHNoLoGIES, INC.

CEC INDUSTRIES, LTD.

CERAVISIoN LIGHTING LTD.

CHINA ECoNoMIC

NEWS SERVICE

CIRALIGHT GLoBAL, INC.

CITIZEN ELECTRoNICS

Co., LTD.

CITy THEATRICAL, INC.

CIVILIGHT SHENZHEN

SEMICoNDUCToR LIGHTING

Co., LTD.

CoDE LIGHTING CoRP.

CoLE LIGHTING

CoMMERCIAL BUILDING

PRoDUCTS MAGAZINE

CoMPUCASE CoRP.

CoN-TECH LIGHTING

CoNNECT-AIR INTL

CoNTINENTAL AUToMATED

BUILDINGS ASSoCIATIoN

(CABA)

CoNTRAST LIGHTING, INC.

CooL LUMENS, INC.

CooPER LIGHTING

& CoNTRoLS

cree, iNc.

cree, iNc. (lightiNg)

creStroN

CRS ELECTRoNICS, INC.

CRUCIAL PoWER PRoDUCTS

CRySTAL LIGHTING CoRP.

CSA INTERNATIoNAL

CSL A DIVISIoN oF TRoy –

CSL LIGHTING, INC.

CyCLoNE LIGHTING, INC.

D

DABMAR LIGHTING, INC.

DAEJIN DMP Co. LTD.

DAINTREE NETWoRKS

DASAL INDUSTRIES LTD.

DECo LIGHTING

DEEP RooF LIGHTING

DEKRA-LITE INDUSTRIES

DETAS SPA DLEDS DIVISIoN

DEXIN INTERNATIoNAL, INC.

DG LIGHTING SUPPLIES, INC.

DIAL GMBH

DICoN LIGHTING

DIFFERENTIAL ENERGy

GLoBAL, LTD., A LEADER /

FAIRWEATHER CoMPANy

DIGI LIGHTING, INC.

DIMoNoFF, INC.

DMF LIGHTING

DoUGLAS LIGHTING CoNTRoLS

DRAPER, INC.

DREAMSCAPE LIGHTING

MFG., INC.

DSM&T Co., INC.

DVT GRoUP

e

EAGLE LIGHTING, INC.

ECLIPSE LIGHTING, INC.

ECoLUMINA TECHNoLoGIES,

INC.

ECoSENSE LIGHTING INC.

EDGE LIGHTING / PURE

LIGHTING

EDISoN oPTo CoRPoRATIoN

EEMA LIGHTING GRoUP

EIKo, LTD.

ELCo LIGHTING

ELDoLED AMERICA, INC.

ELEC-TECH INTERNATIoNAL

Co., LTD.

ELECTRICAL CoNTRACToR

MAGAZINE

ELECTRo ELF, INC.

ELP (ENGINEERED

LIGHTING PRoDUCTS)

EMERGE ALLIANCE

ENCELIUM TECHNoLoGIES

ENERGETIC LIGHTING

ENERGy BRIGHT LIMITED

ENERGy PLANNING

ASSoCIATES CoRP.

ENERGy SoLUTIoNS INT'L

ENERGy STAR

ENLIGHTED, INC.

ENoCEAN ALLIANCE

ESPEN TECHNoLoGy, INC.

ETC

EVENLITE, INC.

EVERBRITE LIGHTING

EVERLIGHT / ZENARo

EVoNIK CyRo LLC

EXCELLENCE oPTo, INC.

EXCELSyS TECHNoLoGIES LTD.

EyE LIGHTING INTERNATIoNAL

f

FC LIGHTING / SSL

FEIT ELECTRIC

FIRESToNE BUILDING

PRoDUCTS

FIRSTECH LIGHTING

CoRPoRATIoN, AN

AMGLo CoMPANy

FLyBACK ENERGy, INC.

FoCUS INDUSTRIES, INC.

FRAEN CoRPoRATIoN

FRAUNHoFER HEINRICH

HERTZ INSTITUTE (HHI)

FRESNEL TECHNoLoGIES, INC.

FULHAM Co., INC.

FULL SPECTRUM SoLUTIoNS

FUNCTIoNAL DEVICES

FUTURE LIGHTING SoLUTIoNS

FX LUMINAIRE

g

GAM PRoDUCTS, INC.

GE LIGHTING

GENESIS PLASTICS

TECHNoLoGIES

GENESyS SySTEMS

GLITE TECHNoLoGIES

GLoBAL LIGHTING

TECHNoLoGIES

GLoBALMARKET GRoUP

(ASIA), LTD.

GREENLITE LIGHTING

GREENTEK LIGHTING

GRIPLoCK SySTEMS, LLC

GRIPPLE, INC.

GULF ADVANCED LIGHTING

h

HALCo LIGHTING

TECHNoLoGIES

HARRIS LIGHTING, INC.

HATCH TRANSFoRMERS

HAVELLS USA

HEATRoN, INC.

HEICo LIGHTING

HENGDIAN GRoUP ToSPo

LIGHTING Co., LTD.

HEP GRoUP USA, INC.

HERA LIGHTING, L.P.

HERITAGE CASTING &

IRoNWoRKS, LTD.

HESS AMERICA

HEVI LITE, INC.

HI-LITE MFG.

HK LIGHTING GRoUP

HoMERUN HoLDINGS, INC –

QMoTIoN SHADES

HoNEyWELL

HoNEyWELL – EARTHTRoNICS

HoRNER APG

HUBBELL BUILDING

AUToMATIoN

i

IALD

IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC.

IES (ILLUMINATING

ENGINEERING SoCIETy)

ILUMINARC

IMPERIA INTERNATIoNAL, LLC

INDICE ECoTECH PTy LTD

INDUSTRIAL LIGHTING

PRoDUCTS, INC.

INGEN SoFTWARE

INTELLIGENT LIGHTING

CoNTRoLS, INC.

INTELLILIGHT CoRP.

INTELLISWITCH S.A. DE C.V.

INTENSE LIGHTING

INTERLECTRIC CoRPoRATIoN

INTERTEK

INTRA LIGHTING

INVERTER SySTEMS, INC.

IoTA ENGINEERING

ISoLITE CoRPoRATIoN

J

JESCo LIGHTING GRoUP

JLC-TECH LLC

K

KEE TAT LIGHTING

HoLDINGS LTD.

KHAToD oPToELECTRoNIC SRL

KMW USA INC.

KoJIN, INC.

KoNICA MINoLTA

SENSING AMERICA

KREoN N.V.

L

L.A. LIGHTING MFG. Co.

L.C. DoANE

LAMAR LIGHTING Co., INC.

LAMBDA RESEARCH

CoRPoRATIoN

LAMP ELVES, INC.

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT &

SPECIFIER NEWS

LASERLIGHT, INC.

LECo LIGHTING

LED LIVING TECHNoLoGy

LED PRoFESSIoNAL

LED RoADWAy LIGHTING LTD.

LED SMART, INC.

LED WAVES

LEDDyNAMICS, INC.

LEDENGIN, INC.

LEDNoVATIoN, INC.

LEDS MAGAZINE

LEDTRoNICS, INC.

LEDZWoRLD

LEE FILTERS

LEHIGH ELECTRIC

PRoDUCTS Co.

LEoTEK ELECTRoNICS

USA CoRP.

LEVIToN MANUFACTURING

Co., INC.


LIGHT CoRPoRATIoN / KANEPI

INNoVATIoNS

LIGHT EMISSIoN

TECHNoLoGy, LTD.

LIGHT EMITTING DESIGNS

LIGHTING ALTERNATIVES, INC.

LIGHTING ANALySTS, INC.

LIGHTING FoR ToMoRRoW

LIGHTING SCIENCE GRoUP

LIGHTSEARCH.CoM

LIGMAN LIGHTING USA

LINKCoM MANUFACTURING

Co., LTD.

LSI INDUSTRIES

LTI oPTICS, LLC

LUMAN LIGHTING LIMITED

LUMENERGI, INC.

LUMENETIX

LUMENoPTIX

lUMeNpUlSe

LUMINIS

LUMINIT LLC

LUMINUS DEVICES

LUTRoN ELECTRoNICS

Co., INC.

LUX DyNAMICS

LUXIM

M

MAGTECH INDUSTRIES

CoRPoRATIoN

MATRIX LIGHTING

MAXIM INTEGRATED

PRoDUCTS

MAXLITE

MECHoSHADE SySTEMS, INC.

MHT LIGHTING

MITRoNIX, INC.

MITSUBISHI PLASTICS, INC.

MoDULAR INTERNATIoNAL,

INC.

MoleX

Mp lightiNg, iNc.

MSI SoLID STATE LIGHTING

MUNDoCoLoR ILUMINACIoN

TECNICA

n

interested in exhibiting at lightfair? contact ben coleman at +1 404.220.2004

or benc@lightfair.com or rochelle burt at +1 404.220.2218 or rochelleb@lightfair.com.

NALMCo (INTERNATIoNAL

ASSoCIATIoN oF LIGHTING

MANAGEMENT CoMPANIES)

NANJING NEW-HIGH JINGWEI

ELECTRIC Co., LTD.

NATIoNAL ASSoCIATIoN oF

INDEPENDENT LIGHTING

DISTRIBUToRS, INC. (NAILD)

NATIoNAL CoUNCIL oN

QUALIFICATIoNS FoR THE

LIGHTING PRoFESSIoNS

(NCQLP)

NATIoNAL ELECTRICAL

MANUFACTURERS

ASSoCIATIoN

NATIoNAL LIGHTING

NATIoNAL SPECIALTy

LIGHTING

NATURAL LIGHTING Co.

INTERNATIoNAL

NEDAP LIGHT CoNTRoLS

NETLINK CoNTRoLS

NEXXUS LIGHTING, INC.

NICHIA AMERICA

CoRPoRATIoN

NICoLAUDIE AMERICA, INC.

NICoR, INC.

NINGBo LIAoyUAN LIGHTING

NINGBo yAMAo LIGHTING

ELECTRIC APPLIANCE Co., LTD.

NoRA LIGHTING

NoVA LIGHTING Co.

NUVENTIX, INC.

NXP SEMICoNDUCToRS

o

oCL ARCHITECTURAL

LIGHTING

ooo MURANo

oPTILED TECHNoLoGy LLC

oRTECH INDUSTRIES, INC.

oSRAM oPTo

SEMICoNDUCToRS

oSRAM SyLVANIA

oVERDRIVE LIGHTING –

GLoBAL CoNSUMER

PRoDUCTS, INC.

P

PEMCo LIGHTING PRoDUCTS,

INC.

philipS lightiNg

PHoENIX CoNTACT

PHoENIX PRoDUCTS Co., INC.

PHoTo RESEARCH

PINNACLE ARCHITECTURAL

LIGHTING, INC.

PIXELRANGE, INC.

PLC – MULTIPoINT, INC.

PLUSRITE / FANLIGHT

PoINT LIGHTING

CoRPoRATIoN

PoLECo LIMITED

PoLyBRITE INTERNATIoNAL

PoWER VECToR

PoWERBoX USA, INC.

PRECISIoN – PARAGoN (P2)

PREMIER LIGHTING LTD.

PRoFESSIoNAL LIGHTING

DESIGN MAGAZINE

PRoMoLUX LIGHTING INTL

PRoSPERITy LAMPS &

CoMPoNENTS, LTD.

PRUDENTIAL LIGHTING

PRUF LED

Q

QSSI LIGHTING + ELECTRICAL

PRoDUCTS GRoUP

QUALITE SPoRTS

LIGHTING, INC.

r

RAB LIGHTING

RAMBUS

RAyoN LIGHTING GRoUP

RECESSo LIGHTS

REDWooD SySTEMS

REEVES EXTRUDED

PRoDUCTS, INC.

reggiaNi lightiNg

USa, iNc.

RELUME TECHNoLoGIES

RIG-A-LITE

RIPLEy LIGHTING CoNTRoLS

RIZE ENTERPRISES

RLR INDUSTRIES, INC.

RoSCo LABS

RoyAL PACIFIC

S

S3J ELECTRoNICS, LLC

SATCo PRoDUCTS, INC.

SAVWATT USA, INC.

SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC

(JUNo LIGHTING GRoUP)

SCHREDER LIGHTING, LLC

SEBCo INDUSTRIES, INC.

SELC

SELF ELECTRoNICS Co., LTD.

SENSITILE SySTEMS

SEoUL SEMICoNDUCToR

SHANGHAI yUANMING

LIGHTING TECHNoLoGy

Co., LTD.

SHARP ELECTRoNICS

SHAT-R-SHIELD, INC.

SHIN-ETSU SILICoNES

oF AMERICA

SICHUAN JIUZHoU ELECTRIC

GRoUP Co., LTD.

SLP LIGHTING

SlV lightiNg

SMC LED

SoL INC.

SoLAIRA HEATING

TECHNoLoGIES –

INFoRESIGHT

SoLAVANTI LIGHTING, LLC /

EFFICIENT-TEC

INTERNATIoNAL

SPECIALIZED LIGHTING

SoLUTIoNS, LLC

SPECTRUM LIGHTING

SPJ LIGHTING, INC.

STARFIELD CoNTRoLS INC.

STEINEL

STRESSCRETE GRoUP

STRoNG ENTERTAINMENT

LIGHTING

SUNLITE MANUFACTURING –

SUNSHINE LIGHTING

SUNPARK ELECTRoNICS

CoRPoRATIoN

SWitch lightiNg

SyNoPSyS, INC.

t

TCP, INC.

tech lightiNg –

geNeratioN BraNdS

TECNoLUX, INC.

easily the best concentration of lighting vendors and

products in one place in the U.S. all year! It's vital to our

business to have this as a product resource.

—chrIStopher bell, 2011 lIghtfaIr ® attendee

2012 eXhiBitorS AS

oF JANuAry 6, 2012

TEMPo INDUSTRIES, INC.

TERRAGLo LIGHTING

TERRALUX

THE BLACK TANK, INC.

THE CooKE CoRP.

THoMAS & BETTS

THoMAS RESEARCH

PRoDUCTS

THoMAS SIGN & AWNING

CoMPANy INC.

TIGER DRyLAC PoWDER

CoATINGS

TIMES SQUARE LIGHTING

TMB

TMS LIGHTING

ToKISTAR LIGHTING, INC.

ToPANGA TECHNoLoGIES

ToPAZ LIGHTING

ToSHIBA LED LIGHTING

ToUCHE CoNTRoLS

TRASTAR, INC.

TRAXoN TECHNoLoGIES /

E:CUE LIGHTING CoNTRoL

TW LIGHTING

U

U.S. ENERGy SCIENCES

UL – UNDERWRITERS

LABoRAToRIES

ULTRASAVE LIGHTING LTD.

UNILUMIN GRoUP Co., LTD.

UNITED LIGHT GRoUP (ULG)

UNIVERSAL FIBRE oPTICS

UNIVERSAL LIGHTING

TECHNoLoGIES

US DoE SoLID-STATE LIGHTING

USAI, LLC

USHIo AMERICA, INC.

USPAR ENTERPRISES, INC.

UTILITy METALS

V

VANTAGE LIGHTING

VAoPTo

VENTURE LIGHTING

INTERNATIoNAL, INC.

VEoLIA ES TECHNICAL

SoLUTIoNS, LLC

VERBATIM AMERICAS, LLC

VISIoN 3 LIGHTING

VISIoN QUEST LIGHTING

VISIoNAIRE LIGHTING

VISTA PRoFESSIoNAL

oUTDooR LIGHTING

VISUAL LIGHTING

TECHNoLoGIES

VoLUME LIGHTING

w

WAC LIGHTING Co.

WAGo CoRPoRATIoN

WALDMANN LIGHTING

WASCo PRoDUCTS, INC.

WASTE MANAGEMENT

LAMPTRACKER

WATTSToPPER

WESTINGHoUSE LIGHTING

WESTPAC LED LIGHTING, INC.

WHITE oPTICS

WILGER TESTING Co., INC.

WING WAH LIGHTING

(HoNG KoNG) Co., LTD.

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bUILDING INTEGRATION

The Building Integration Pavilion features

companies displaying solutions and products

used to maximize and create energy-efficient

buildings. Don't miss this close-up and

in-depth look at building integration’s most

successful projects.

photo creditS | HoNEyWELL – HARLoW CIVIC CENTER

DAYLIGHTING

As the green industry continues to flourish, the

Daylighting Pavilion focuses on architectural

daylighting, daylight harvesting, energy

efficiency and conservation, solar shading and

natural light. It’s the perfect venue to learn

more about pioneering, sustainable solutions.

photo creditS | WASCo PRoDUCTS, INC. – ToWN CENTER AT CoBB

DESIGN

We reserved a premier area of the trade

show floor for the vibrant Design Pavilion.

A showcase of modern and classic decorative

lighting, these high-style products will inspire.

photo creditS | SLV LIGHTING

GLObAL LIGHT + DESIGN

The Global Light + Design Pavilion presents

the world’s finest decorative lighting

designs from internationally recognized

manufacturers based outside the U.S.

photo creditS | MP LIGHTING, INC. – oUTDooR

NEw ExHIbITOR pAVILION

New for 2012, the New Exhibitor Pavilion will feature

first-time exhibitors from around the globe showcasing

their products and technological advances for the

architecture and commercial industry. This will be

a must-see part of LIGHTFAIR.

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CoNFErENCE AT A GLANCE

LIGHTFAIR ®

INTERNATIONAL 2012

Pre-ConferenCe

Lightfair DaYLighting inStitUte ® (CoUrSeS anD worKShoPS)

Monday, May 7 – tuesday, May 8, 2012

LFI’s one-of-a-kind program! Intensive courses of instruction

on selected topics relating to daylighting. Choose a 2-day,

highly focused Fundamentals course, a 1-day Photosensor

Control Systems Modeling in Daysim course or one of

9 three-hour workshops.

Lightfair inStitUte ® (CoUrSeS anD worKShoPS)

Monday, May 7 – tuesday, May 8, 2012

Intensive courses of instruction on selected topics relating to a

particular field within lighting. Choose 1-day or 2-day highly focused

immersion courses or select from 16 three-hour workshops.

tiP froM the teaM: SELECT INDIVIDUAL CoURSES oR MIX-AND-MATCH

FRoM BoTH INSTITUTES To CREATE THE MoST BENEFICIAL CoURSE

PACKAGE FoR yoUR NEEDS.

ConferenCe

SeMinarS

wednesday, May 9 – friday, May 11, 2012

90-minute lectures on specified topics.

DeSign SYMPoSia

thursday, May 10, 2012

90-minute courses presented by architects, designers

and innovators from affiliated industries.

All courses include Exhibit Hall entrance (Wednesday – Friday).

the 2012 Lightfair ® internationaL Conference is authorized for CeUs

and credits as indicated in accordance with guidelines set forth by:

Many national, state and local licensing boards and professional organizations,

including state boards for Professional Engineering certification, will grant

Continuing Education Credit for Conference attendance when you submit the

course outline and proof of attendance. Please contact your own board or

organization to find out the requirements. Certificates of Completion can be

downloaded after the event via the online registration link.

Choose from 72 unique

CeU / LU-accredited

course offerings!

Course options have been carefully developed

to cover a wide array of the most relevant

topics in the industry and provide AIA, ASLA,

BoMI, IDCEC and IES accreditation. Choose

from among the 11 Daylighting Institute ®

courses, 5 two-day Institute courses, 4

one-day Institute courses, 16 Institute

Workshops, 4 Design Symposia or one of

32 Seminars.

the LargeSt

Lighting ConferenCe

in the worLD

note: aia members are required to complete the AIA form which will be sent

to the AIA by LIGHTFAIR ® . aSLa members should check with local chapters

regarding national accreditation as those can vary from state to state.

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Lightfair

®

Daylighting institute

Monday, May 7 – Tuesday, May 8, 2012

the only one of its kind

in the industry!

LFI’s pre-eminent educational program, the LIGHTFAIR

Daylighting Institute ® , returns to Las Vegas with more

course variety than ever before. Register early for these

highly sought-after courses and workshops, offering the

industry’s only comprehensive, targeted instruction in

the ever-growing, in-demand topic of Daylighting.

note: aSLa members should check with local chapters regarding national

accreditation as those can vary from state to state.

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inDiViDUaL worKShoPS

$220 advance Pricing per 3-hour

workshop / $270 after april 12, 2012

1-DaY aDVanCeD DaYLight

MoDeLing in DaYSiM

$370 advance /

$395 after april 12, 2012

Price for all Daylighting Institute ®

courses and workshops includes:

exhibit hall access

Wednesday – Friday

Keynote Luncheon included on day of

workshop (Lunch & Keynote Speaker)

Monday or Tuesday

12:15pm – 1:45pm

Must be selected during registration.

2-DaY DaYLighting

fUnDaMentaLS (SeSSion # D01)

is a complete, pre-set 2-day

immersion course.

$670 advance Pricing by april 12, 2012 /

$745 after april 12, 2012

2-DaY inStitUte PaCKage

Four workshops can be selected as

individual courses to fill 2 days. or

mix-and-match by selecting workshops

from BoTH the Daylighting and the

LFI Institute ® and create your own

personalized 2-Day Institute program

for Monday and Tuesday. Does not

include LFI Innovation Awards ®

on Wednesday.

$670 advance /

$745 after april 12, 2012

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: eLeanor anD wiLSon greatBatCh PaViLion LIGHTING DESIGN: Matt Franks,

Brian Stacy, IALD, Molly McKnight, Arup Lighting | ARCHITECTS: Toshiko Mori, Sonya Lee,

Toshiko Mori Architect, PLLC | PHoToGRAPHy: © Iwan Baan and Paul Warchol


CoUrSe LeVeLS

1. Beginner:

Limited lighting experience

2. interMeDiate:

Moderate technical and / or

design knowledge; equivalent

of IES ED 150; up to 10 years

working in lighting industry

3. aDVanCeD:

Advanced technical or design

knowledge and / or experience;

10+ years experience in lighting

worKShoP

CreDitS

eaCh worKShoP ProViDeS

aia 3.0 Learning Units,

HSW and SD Credits

aSLa 3 Professional

Development Hours

BoMi 3 Continuing

Professional

Development Points

iDCeC 0.3 Core CEU Credits

ieS 3.0 CEU Credits

1-DaY aDVanCeD

DaYLight MoDeLing in

DaYSiM worKShoP

aia 6.0 Learning Units,

HSW and SD Credits

aSLa 6 Professional

Development Hours

BoMi 6 Continuing

Professional

Development Points

iDCeC 0.6 Core CEU Credits

ieS 6.0 CEU Credits

2-DaY fUnDaMentaLS

CoUrSe

aia 12.0 Learning Units,

HSW and SD Credits

aSLa 12 Professional

Development Hours

BoMi 12 Continuing

Professional

Development Points

iDCeC 1.2 Core CEU Credits

ieS 12.0 CEU Credits

Certificate of Course attendance

available post-event via registration link.

MonDaY, MaY 7

L12D01

DaYLighting fUnDaMentaLS: a PriMer in

fUnDaMentaL DaYLighting StrategY

(2-day course)

9:00am – 5:00pm

rhonDa Lowe, M.arCh., CeM

Specialist

Pepco Energy Services, Charlotte, NC

JiM weBSter, ieS

Product Development

Pepco Energy Services, Arlington, VA

By combining a textbook approach to the fundamentals of

daylighting with actual analysis from existing projects, this

course addresses the wider range of variables that make

successful daylighting so challenging. In addition to gaining

a strong foundational understanding of daylighting, the

participant will begin developing sensible daylighting strategies

within the parameters of their own project.

aUDienCe: Architects, Educators, Energy Consultants,

Energy Specialists, Engineers, Facility Managers, Interior

Designers, Lighting Designers, Manufacturers, owners,

Students

LeVeL: 1-2

L12D02

DaYLighting anD PhotoSenSor ControL

SYSteMS MoDeLing in DaYSiM

(1-day course)

9:00am – 5:00pm

riCharD MiStriCK, PhD, Pe, fieS

Associate Professor

Penn State University, University Park, PA

This hands-on workshop provides in-depth coverage of

the application of annual daylight metrics in daylighting

design. The layout, specification, calibration and analysis

of photosensor control systems, the available types of

photosensor control and the importance of photosensor

placement, spatial sensitivity and control algorithms in

the performance of these systems will be discussed.

NOTE: Bring your laptop.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Educators, Electrical

Contractors, Electrical Engineers, Energy Consultants,

Energy Specialists, Engineers, Lighting Designers,

Manufacturers, Reps, Students

LeVeL: 2-3

L12D03

DaYLighting StrategieS in

high PerforManCe SChooLS

9:00am – 12:00pm

eriC CoreY freeD, LeeD aP, hon figP

Founding Principal

organicARCHITECT, San Francisco, CA

This workshop focuses on daylighting strategies, from initial

planning, through design and operation. It provides a roadmap

for greening school buildings, including the best low-cost /

high-value strategies for major renovations and for a healthy

high performance indoor environment. The workshop covers

CHPS, LEED for Schools extending into methods for

integrated project delivery.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Educators, Electrical

Engineers, End-users, Energy Consultants, Energy

Specialists, Engineers, Facility Managers, Interior Designers,

Lighting Designers, Manufacturers, owners, Reps, Students

LeVeL: 2

L12D04

CirCaDian CorreCt DaYLighting:

ConneCting the DotS Between heaLth,

SCienCe & PraCtiCaL aPPLiCation

9:00am – 12:00pm

JaMeS BenYa, fieS, fiaLD, Pe

Principal

Benya Burnett – humanizing light, West Linn, oR

DeBorah BUrnett, aSiD, CMg, aaSM

Lighting Designer

Benya Burnett – humanizing light, Nashville, TN

With thought-provoking demonstrations, discover the daylight

design potential to link scientific discovery with human health

outcomes while considering all aspects of a project, including

costs for buildings, healthcare issues and human factors.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 2

L12D05

interior winDow treatMent iMPaCtS

on DaYLighting DeSign

2:00pm – 5:00pm

Brennen MatthewS, aia

North American Specifications Sales Manager

Lutron Electronics Co., Inc., Coopersburg, PA

This course will review the impact interior shading devices

have on occupant comfort and electric light energy reduction.

Various shading materials, configurations and control

approaches will be demonstrated. A discussion of how the

incorporation of daylight / shade control achieves advanced

credits in the new LEED rating system (3.0) will also

be addressed.

aUDienCe: Architects, Electrical Engineers, End-users,

Energy Consultants, Energy Specialists, Interior Designers,

Lighting Designers

LeVeL: 1-2

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FoR MoRE DETAILED CoURSE

DESCRIPTIoNS AND Learning

oBJeCtiVeS.

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MonDaY, MaY 7 (continued)

L12D06

ParaMetriC DaYLight DeSign anD anaLYSiS

2:00pm – 5:00pm

DanieL gLaSer, PhD, ieS, LeeD aP BD+C

Principal

Light Foundry, Boulder, Co

Matthew tanteri, fieS

Director, Lighting Education

Tanteri+Associates, Parsons The New School

for Design, Irvington-on-Hudson, Ny

Parametric design and analysis can be a powerful tool

for designing optimal daylight spaces. This workshop

will discuss the advantages and limitations of using

parametric design and analysis, cover the tools that

support this type of inquiry, examine case studies of

use and lead participants through a hands-on analysis.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: All

tUeSDaY, MaY 8

L12D07

high PerforManCe DaYLighting

DeSign for net-zero energY & LeeD

PLatinUM BUiLDingS

9:00am – 12:00pm

JoSePh Deringer, aia, LeeD aP

Executive Director

SuPerB, Berkeley, CA

VinaY ghatti, LeeD aP BD+C

Energy Specialist

The Weidt Group, Minnetonka, MN

Dane SanDerS, Pe, LeeD aP BD+C

Principal

Clanton & Associates, Inc., Boulder, Co

The workshop presents daylighting strategies that

evolved during the integrated design process for two

Net-Zero Energy and one LEED Platinum projects.

The daylighting strategies were tested with multiple

metrics and addressed complex program and urban

context issues to arrive at successful solutions.

aUDienCe: Architects, Educators, Electrical

Engineers, End-users, Energy Consultants, Energy

Specialists, Engineers, Facility Managers, Interior

Designers, Landscape Architects, Lighting Designers,

owners, Students

LeVeL: 2

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L12D08

ChaLLengeS aSSoCiateD with weather-

BaSeD annUaL DaYLight SiMULationS

9:00am – 12:00pm

JaCK BaiLeY, ieS, LC, LeeD aP

Partner

ONE LUX Studio, New york, Ny

Pierre-feLiX Breton

Product Designer

Autodesk, Montreal, QC, Canada

This workshop will outline the important steps required

to successfully predict how a building performs with

regard to daylighting over the course of a year.

aUDienCe: Architects, Energy Consultants, Energy

Specialists, Facility Managers, Lighting Designers,

owners, Students

LeVeL: All

L12D09

DaYLighting DeSign SoLUtionS for high

PerforManCe BUiLDing reSULtS

2:00pm – 5:00pm

grant graBLe, LeeD aP

Vice President, Value Stream Leader

Sunoptics – An Acuity Brands Company

Sacramento, CA

This workshop will explore high performance top

lighting solutions and their effects on long-term

energy reduction. Electric lighting load reduction,

misconceptions of the impact on HVAC loads and

improvements in occupant productivity will also

be presented.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 1-2

L12D10

DaYLight PerforManCe MetriCS

froM annUaL SiMULationS

2:00pm – 5:00pm

LiSa heSChong, ieS

Managing Principal

Heschong Mahone Group, Inc., Gold River, CA

KeVin Van Den wYMeLenBerg, ieS

Principal, Assistant Professor

University of Idaho – Integrated Design Lab, Boise, ID

This workshop will present two new daylight performance

metrics, spatial Daylight Autonomy (sDA) and Annual

Sunlight Exposure (ASE), and how they are used to

evaluate the performance of a daylit space.

aUDienCe: Architects, Educators, Electrical Engineers,

Energy Specialists, Lighting Designers, Students

LeVeL: 2-3

the conference allowed us to have good education for our

newer employees. It was beneficial to them and us, as well

as cost-effective.

—Ian fIreStone, groom energy SolUtIonS, llc, 2011 lIghtfaIr ® attendee

L12D11

DaYLighting DeSign:

ConCePt to ConStrUCtion

2:00pm – 5:00pm

Kat CheneY, aSSoC. aia, DeSign iaLD, MieS

Lighting Designer

Pivotal Lighting Design | Affiliated Engineers, Inc.

Seattle, WA

This workshop explores ideas for implementing

daylighting strategies as part of architectural design,

specifically covering concepts of program, furniture

choice & layout, materials, glazing options, electric

lighting design, controls and costs.

aUDienCe: Architects, Educators, End-users,

owners, Reps

LeVeL: 1-2

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Lightfair institute

1-DaY anD 2-DaY CoUrSeS

Monday, May 7 – Tuesday, May 8, 2012

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.

note: aSLa members should check with local chapters regarding national

accreditation as those can vary from state to state.

23 LIGHTFAIR ® International 2012

1-DaY CoUrSeS

$370 advance Pricing /

$395 after april 12, 2012

2-DaY CoUrSeS

$670 advance /

$745 after april 12, 2012

Price for all LIGHTFAIR Institute ®

1-day and 2-day courses include:

exhibit hall access

Wednesday – Friday

Keynote Luncheons on course days

(Lunch & Keynote Speaker)

Monday or Tuesday, 12:15pm – 1:45pm

Must be selected during registration.

2-DaY inStitUte PaCKage

Monday, May 7 – tuesday, May 8, 2012

Select either one 2-Day LIGHTFAIR

or DAyLIGHTING Institute course,

two 1-Day courses or a combination

of courses and workshops to fill two

days and create your own personalized

2-Day Institute program for Monday

and Tuesday. Does not include LFI

Innovation Awards ® on Wednesday.

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: the eaSt harLeM SChooL LIGHTING DESIGN: Peter L. Gluck, Stacie Wong,

Bethia Liu, Thomas Patterson, Associate IALD, Carlos Hano, Peter Gluck and Partners + Lux Populi

ARCHITECT: Peter Gluck and Partners | PHoToGRAPHy: © Erik Freeland, © Theo Morrison


CoUrSe LeVeLS

1. Beginner:

Limited lighting experience

2. interMeDiate:

Moderate technical and / or

design knowledge; equivalent

of IES ED 150; up to 10 years

working in lighting industry

3. aDVanCeD:

Advanced technical or design

knowledge and / or experience;

10+ years experience in lighting

CoUrSe

CreDitS

1-DaY Lightfair

inStitUte ® CoUrSeS

ProViDe

aia 6.0 Learning Units,

HSW and SD Credits

aSLa 6 Professional

Development Hours

BoMi 6 Continuing

Professional

Development Points

iDCeC 0.6 Core CEU Credits

ieS 6.0 CEU Credits

2-DaY Lightfair inStitUte ®

CoUrSeS ProViDe

aia 12.0 Learning Units,

HSW and SD Credits

aSLa 12 Professional

Development Hours

BoMi 12 Continuing

Professional

Development Points

iDCeC 1.2 Core CEU Credits

ieS 12.0 CEU Credits

Certificate of Course attendance

available post-event via registration link.

MonDaY, May 7 &

tUeSDaY, May 8

(2-DaY CoUrSeS)

L12L01

BaSiC Lighting

(2-day course)

9:00am – 5:00pm

(6 hours each day plus both Keynote Luncheons)

KeVin hoUSer, PhD, Pe, LC, LeeD aP

Associate Professor

Penn State University, University Park, PA

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.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Educators, Electrical

Contractors, Electrical Engineers, Engineers, Interior Designers,

Lighting Designers, Reps, Students

LeVeL: 1

L12L02

interMeDiate Lighting

(2-day course)

9:00am – 5:00pm

(6 hours each day plus both Keynote Luncheons)

Craig BerneCKer, PhD, fieSna, LC

Founder and Director

The Lighting Education Institute, Exton, PA

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.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 2

L12L03

aDVanCeD Lighting

(2-day course)

9:00am – 5:00pm

(6 hours each day plus both Keynote Luncheons)

roBert DaViS, PhD, fieSna, iaLD / LirC

Director, Product Management

Litecontrol, Hanson, MA

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.

aUDienCe: Lighting Designers, Engineers, Researchers,

Educators

LeVeL: 3

L12L04

CoMPUter-aiDeD Lighting anaLYSiS

with agi32 (BaSiC)

(2-day course)

tiP: REMEMBER To SELECT yoUR KEyNoTE LUNCHEoNS

DURING REGISTRATIoN.

9:00am – 5:00pm

(6 hours each day plus both Keynote Luncheons)

Dawn De grazio, ieS, LC

Director of Customer Education

Lighting Analysts, Inc., Littleton, Co

DoUg roSS

Customer Care Specialist

Lighting Analysts, Inc., Littleton, Co

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.

note: Own laptop is required; software information will be

sent prior to course.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Educators, Electrical

Contractors, Electrical Engineers, Engineers, Facility Managers,

Interior Designers, Landscape Architects, Lighting Designers,

Manufacturers, Reps, Students, Urban Planners

LeVeL: 1

L12L05

CoMPUter-aiDeD Lighting

anaLYSiS with DiaLux

(2-day course)

9:00am – 5:00pm

(6 hours each day plus both Keynote Luncheons)

frieDriCh wiLheLM BreMeCKer, ieS

Product Designer

DIAL GmbH, Luedenscheid, Germany

This class will provide the student with the basic skills

needed to incorporate DIALux lighting design software,

including photo-realistic images, into their interior lighting

design and analysis projects, beginning with an overview

of the features and functions, and following with practiceoriented

exercises.

note: Own laptop is required, and downloading a copy of

DIALux (free at www.dialux.com) is recommended prior to

the course.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 2-3

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DESCRIPTIoNS AND Learning

oBJeCtiVeS.

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lIghtfaIr InStItUte ® SchedUle

MonDaY, MaY 7

(1-DaY CoUrSeS)

L12L06

LeD LUMinaire DeSign

(1-day course)

9:00am – 5:00pm

BoB hoUSehoLDer, ieS

Director, LED Solutions Engineering

Universal Lighting Technologies, Round Rock, TX

MarK MCCLear, ieS

Global Director, Applications Engineering

Cree, Durham, NC

DaViD VenhaUS

President

Illumination Optics, Wauwatosa, WI

Bernie weir

Director of Applications, LED Lighting

On Semiconductor, Phoenix, AZ

hanK zaBawSKi, ieS, aSMe

Director, LED Technology

Heatron, Inc., Arlington Heights, IL

Learn the high-level attributes of each discipline in

LED fixture design (optical design, electrical design,

thermal management and mechanical design) followed

by a systems level review comprising an LED luminaire.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Educators,

Electrical Contractors, Electrical Engineers,Energy

Consultants, Energy Specialists, Engineers, Lighting

Designers, Manufacturers

LeVeL: 1-2

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L12L07

aUtoDeSK ® reVit ® anD 3ds MaX ® DeSign

for Lighting & DaYLighting SiMULation

(1-day course)

9:00am – 5:00pm

Pierre-feLiX Breton

Senior Associate, Lighting Designer

Autodesk, Montreal, QC, Canada

optimize your usage of Revit and 3ds Max for

lighting simulation in a hands-on class.

note: Own laptop is required; software information

will be sent prior to the course.

aUDienCe: Architects, Electrical Engineers, Energy

Consultants, Energy Specialists, Engineers, Interior

Designers, Lighting Designers, Manufacturers

LeVeL: 2-3

tUeSDaY, MaY 8

(1-DaY CoUrSeS)

L12L08

aDVanCeD CoMPUter-aiDeD Lighting

DeSign with ViSUaL

(1-day course)

9:00am – 5:00pm

SteVen MeSh, LC, ieS

Principal

Lighting Education + Design, San Francisco, CA

Learn how to create complex 3D models to study

lighting for an office project as well as a 3-story

stairwell, using Visual software. Advanced methods

for inputting structures and furniture as well as

formatting results will be explored.

note: Own laptop is required; software information

will be sent prior to the course.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 2-3

lfI provides a one-stop

shopping place for new and

existing technologies and

a gold mine of fast-track

educational seminars

and courses.

— brIan benhaIm

UnIverSIty of maryland

2011 lIghtfaIr ® attendee

L12L09

PhotograPhY "Boot CaMP" for Lighting

inDUStrY ProfeSSionaLS

(1-day course)

9:00am – 5:00pm

DoUgLaS SaLin, iaLD PreSS affiLiate

owner

Douglas Salin Photographer, San Francisco, CA

Learn the photo secrets of a photo guru. Learn how

to capture and produce quality photographic lighting

images. From composition tools to Photoshop tricks,

your photo skills will be changed and improved.

note: Bring your laptop with a recent version of

Photoshop installed.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 1-2


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3-hoUr worKShoPS

Monday, May 7 – Tuesday, May 8, 2012

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.

note: aSLa members should check with local chapters regarding national

accreditation as those can vary from state to state.

27 LIGHTFAIR ® International 2012

inDiViDUaL worKShoPS

$220 advance Pricing /

$270 after april 12, 2012

Price for all Institute Workshops and

Packages include:

exhibit hall access

Wednesday – Friday

Keynote Luncheons on day of workshops

(Lunch & Keynote Speaker)

Monday & Tuesday, 12:15pm – 1:45pm

Must be selected during registration.

2-DaY inStitUte PaCKage

$670 advance /

$745 after april 12, 2012

Choose 4 workshops to fill two days, or

mix-and-match by selecting workshops

and 1-Day courses from both the

Daylighting and LIGHTFAIR Institute ®

and create your own personalized

2-Day Institute program for Monday

and Tuesday. Does not include LFI

Innovation Awards ® on Wednesday.

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: UniVerSitY of oregon, John e JaQUa aCaDeMiC Center for StUDent athLeteS

LIGHTING DESIGN: Mark Godfrey, Interface Engineering | ARCHITECTS: Randy Stegmeier, ZGF,

Gene Sandoval, ZGF, Bob Snyder, ZGF | PHoToGRAPHy: © Stephen Cridland, © Mark Godfrey


CoUrSe LeVeLS

1. Beginner:

Limited lighting experience

2. interMeDiate:

Moderate technical and / or

design knowledge; equivalent

of IES ED 150; up to 10 years

working in lighting industry

3. aDVanCeD:

Advanced technical or design

knowledge and / or experience;

10+ years experience in lighting

worKShoP

CreDitS

eaCh worKShoP ProViDeS

aia 3.0 Learning Units,

HSW and SD Credits

aSLa 3 Professional

Development Hours

BoMi 3 Continuing

Professional

Development Points

iDCeC 0.3 Core CEU Credits

ieS 3.0 CEU Credits

inStitUte PaCKage

(4 worKShoPS) ProViDeS

aia 12.0 Learning Units,

HSW and SD Credits

aSLa 12 Professional

Development Hours

BoMi 12 Continuing

Professional

Development Points

iDCeC 1.2 Core CEU Credits

ieS 12.0 CEU Credits

Certificate of Course attendance

available post-event via registration link.

MonDaY, MaY 7

L12w01

LeD PerforManCe: MYthS anD

faCtS – an inDUStrY UPDate

9:00am – 12:00pm

John CUrran, PhD

President

LED Transformations, LLC, Lebanon, NJ

LED technology and the associated data are in a constant

state of flux. How well is the industry keeping up with these

changes? This workshop will update the status of various

aspects of product performance and reporting, including likely

failure modes; fixture design trade-offs and maintenance

will be discussed.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 1-2

L12w02

eLeCtriCaL SPeCifiCationS of Lighting

eQUiPMent for DeSignerS

9:00am – 12:00pm

JoDY gooD, LC, fieS, iaLD

Principal

Spectrum Engineers, Salt Lake City, UT

This course will introduce the lighting professional to the

basic aspects of electricity and the electrical requirements

of lighting and lighting control equipment.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Energy Consultants, Facility

Managers, Interior Designers, Lighting Designers, Reps

LeVeL: 1-2

L12w03

DiMMing LeD SoUrCeS: what'S worKing

& what StiLL neeDS fiXing

9:00am – 12:00pm

ethan BierY

Principal Faculty

Lutron Electronics, Coopersburg, PA

MiChaeL PoPLawSKi, ieS, ieee

Senior Lighting Engineer

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Portland, oR

LEDs are touted as being easy to dim, yet many experiences

with commercially available products continue to suggest

otherwise. This presentation will review the technical challenges

involved with dimming LEDs and recent progress in overcoming

them. Advice will be offered to industry players on how to

work towards achieving successful LED dimming.

aUDienCe: Architects, Electrical Engineers, Energy Consultants,

Energy Specialists, Engineers, Interior Designers, Lighting

Designers, Manufacturers, Reps, Students

LeVeL: 2

Learn More: VISIT www.Lightfair.CoM

FoR MoRE DETAILED CoURSE

DESCRIPTIoNS AND Learning

oBJeCtiVeS.

L12w04

hUMan faCtorS in Lighting froM

aDoLeSCentS to Senior CitizenS

9:00am – 12:00pm

Mariana g. figUeiro, PhD

Program Director

Lighting Research Center, Troy, Ny

MarK rea, PhD

LRC Director

Lighting Research Center, Troy, Ny

Light can impact our ability to see, sleep and safely navigate

through space regardless of age. We will discuss a 24-hour

lighting scheme designed with specific performance

requirements for adolescents and older adults.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: All

L12w05

oPtiMizing energY aUDitS

for faCiLitY UPgraDeS

2:00pm – 5:00pm

LinKoLn DiXon, ieS, LC

Solutions Specialist

Hubbell Lighting, Greenville, SC

MarK Lien, ieS, LC, LeeD aP, hBDP, CLeP, CLMC

Director, Lighting Solutions Center

Hubbell Lighting, Greenville, SC

Attendees will discover ten simple steps to performing

lighting energy audits and be able to identify the tools

necessary to complete the task. In addition, this workshop

will explore the opportunities of including controls options

with facility upgrades for additional increased savings.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Electrical Contractors,

Electrical Engineers, End-users, Energy Consultants, Energy

Specialists, Engineers, Facility Managers, Lighting Designers,

Manufacturers, owners, Reps, Students, Urban Planners

LeVeL: 1-2

L12w06

LeD ChaLLengeS for toDaY'S MUSeUMS

2:00pm – 5:00pm

JiM DrUziK

Senior Conservation Scientist

Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, CA

naoMi MiLLer, fieS, fiaLD, LC

Senior Lighting Engineer

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Portland, oR

SCott roSenfeLD, ieS

Lighting Designer

The Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC

The color quality, light output and beam quality of some

LED products are as good as some halogen lamps used in

museums. But are they burning holes in our most sacred

art and historical objects? How are the curators, the artists

and the public reacting? Hear from a lighting designer, a

conservation scientist and an energy geek.

aUDienCe: Architects, Educators, Electrical Engineers,

End-users, Energy Consultants, Energy Specialists, Interior

Designers, Lighting Designers, Manufacturers, owners,

Reps, Students

LeVeL: 2-3

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lIghtfaIr InStItUte ® SchedUle

MonDaY, MaY 7 (continued)

L12w07

PhotoMetrY 101

2:00pm – 5:00pm

SteVen MeSh, LC, ieSna

President

Lighting Education + Design, San Francisco, CA

greg SUBiSaK, Pe, LC, fieS

Product Marketing Manager

Holophane, Acuity Brands Lighting, Granville, oH

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.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 1

L12w08

the BenefitS of wireLeSS

Lighting ControL SYSteMS

2:00pm – 5:00pm

CharLie hUizenga

Chief Scientist and Co-Founder

Adura Technologies, San Francisco, CA

This workshop explains how wireless lighting controls

work. It will teach participants about wireless mesh

networks for lighting control including the hardware

and software involved, installation issues, control

strategies and energy-saving benefits.

aUDienCe: Contractors, Electrical Contractors,

Electrical Engineers, Energy Consultants, Energy

Specialists, Engineers, Facility Managers, owners

LeVeL: 2

tUeSDaY, MaY 8

L12w09

enVironMentaL enriChMent

throUgh CoLor

9:00am – 12:00pm

DeniSon SChwePPe, iaLD, DLf

President

Schweppe Lighting Design, Inc., Concord, MA

Without light there is no color. We will explore the

complexities of color and our perceptions of it in

order to create a more vibrant environment. Through

live and AV demonstrations we will delve into this

magical world to see how we can manipulate it to

express our unique visions.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Educators,

Electrical Engineers, End-users, Facility Managers,

Interior Designers, Landscape Architects, Lighting

Designers, Manufacturers, Students

LeVeL: 1-2

L12w10

ChooSing a Light SoUrCe: whiCh iS

BeSt for YoUr aPPLiCation?

9:00am – 12:00pm

Dan BLitzer, LC

Team Leader Sales

Philips Lighting Application Center, Somerset, NJ

29 LIGHTFAIR ® International 2012

Bewildered by the barrage of new light sources?

Uncertain about which will perform effectively in your

application? This course compares current and new

light sources and systems with the goal of helping

participants make better decisions regarding system

performance, operation, sustainability and economics.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 1-2

L12w11

oPtiMization, tiPS anD triCKS in reVit ®

for effeCtiVe Lighting DeSign

9:00am – 12:00pm

LarS iVerSon

Electrical Designer

Coffman Engineers, Spokane, WA

JaCK SChneiDer, Pe, LC, LeeD aP BD+C

Electrical Engineer

Coffman Engineers, Spokane, WA

This workshop will provide an understanding on

attaching an IES file to a fixture and using Revit to

perform lighting calculations directly. Learn how to

create families and how to use IES Web when

creating your lighting families and its importance in

calculations and renderings.

aUDienCe: Architects, Electrical Engineers, Energy

Consultants, Energy Specialists, Engineers, Interior

Designers, Lighting Designers, Manufacturers, Reps,

Students

LeVeL: 2

L12w12

aDVanCeD Drawing teChniQUeS for

LanDSCaPe Lighting: on renDering

garDenS & ParKS

9:00am – 12:00pm

george grUeL, naPP

owner

Oddstick Studio, Troy, Ny

nathaLie rozot

Principal

Nathalie Rozot Planning & Design, New york, Ny

This workshop showcases advanced Adobe Photoshop

(AP) techniques as a tool for the successful visualization

and communication of landscape lighting projects,

from gardens to urban parks.

aUDienCe: Architects, Educators, Landscape Architects,

Lighting Designers, Students, Urban Planners

LeVeL: 2

L12w13

enhanCing Lighting DeSign CaPaBiLitY

in reVit ® with elumtools

2:00pm – 5:00pm

JoeL SPahn, ieS

Director of Engineering

Lighting Analysts, Inc., Littleton, Co

DaViD SPeer, ieS

Programmer

Lighting Analysts, Inc., Littleton, Co

Any lighting professional with beginning Revit

proficiency can learn how to perform detailed

illuminance calculations inside of Revit 2012

Architecture or MEP using ElumTools. This workshop

will cover all program functions, both in ElumTools

and Revit, to foster the confidence necessary to

tackle any lighting project.

aUDienCe: Architects, Educators, Electrical Engineers,

Engineers, Interior Designers, Lighting Designers,

Manufacturers, Reps, Students

LeVeL: 1

L12w14

zhaga MoDULaritY for LeD SoUrCeS

2:00pm – 5:00pm

Matthew SaLLee, aLa, neMa

Global Business Innovation – SSL

UL, Denver, Co

Zhaga is an industry-wide cooperation aimed at

the development of standard specifications for the

interfaces of LED light engines. This workshop

discusses the industry implications of the Zhaga

consortium work. From new lamp designs to a view

into the future of lighting interoperability, all audiences

will leave with a fresh vision of the future of lighting.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 2

L12w15

high DYnaMiC range iMaging: a tooL

for Lighting DeSignerS

2:00pm – 5:00pm

roB gUgLieLMetti, ieSna, LeeD aP

Engineer

National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Co

Jennifer SCheiB, ieSna, LeeD aP

Engineer

National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Co

This workshop introduces the concepts and techniques

of high dynamic range imaging (HDRI). HDRI allows

one to take a common digital camera and turn it into

a high resolution luminance and illuminance meter,

greatly improving the lighting practitioner’s lighting

survey capability.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Educators, Energy

Consultants, Energy Specialists, Engineers, Interior

Designers, Lighting Designers, Students

LeVeL: 2-3

L12w16

heaLthCare Lighting – reSPonDing to the

reSearCh, trenDS anD CUrrent PraCtiCe

2:00pm – 5:00pm

JiLL KLoreS, ieS

owner

Essential Light Design Studio, LLC, Dallas, TX

Research on light and health is advancing rapidly.

What should we do to ensure we are providing the

best lighted environment for the patients, the staff

and the family? Explore the current research and

design solutions in this interactive workshop on light

and health.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Educators, Energy

Consultants, Energy Specialists, Engineers, Interior

Designers, Lighting Designers, Students

LeVeL: 2


LIGHTFAIR


lIghtfaIr deSIgn SympoSIa

Design Symposia

Thursday, May 10, 2012

a unique forum –

only at Lightfair

our Design Symposia offer 90 minutes of one-of-a-kind

knowledge from affiliated industries’ leading experts.

Architects, designers and innovators share their work

and their vision.

note: aSLa members should check with local chapters regarding national

accreditation as those can vary from state to state.

31 LIGHTFAIR ® International 2012

anY one SYMPoSiUM

$95 per Symposium advance Pricing

$115 per Symposium after april 12, 2012

Price is per Symposium and includes

3 days of Exhibit Hall access.

fULL ConferenCe PaCKage

$545 advance Pricing

$595 after april 12, 2012

Package includes LFI Innovation

Awards ® , any 8 Seminars / Symposia

and Exhibit Hall access.

StUDent fULL

ConferenCe PaCKage

$120 advance Pricing

$150 after april 12, 2012

Package includes LFI Innovation

Awards ® , any 8 Seminars / Symposia

and Exhibit Hall access.

VALID STUDENT ID REQUIRED.

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

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

on-site.

Photo CreDitS: eXPo aXiS at the worLD eXPo Shanghai LIGHTING DESIGN: Dr. yun Weimin,

Dr. Chu Xingwu, Lee yingyuan, Wang Delin, Bai Ting, Shanghai Grandar Light Art & Technology Co Ltd

ARCHITECT: SBA GMBH | PHoToGRAPHy: © Duan Hongjun


CoUrSe LeVeLS

1. Beginner:

Limited lighting experience

2. interMeDiate:

Moderate technical and / or

design knowledge; equivalent

of IES ED 150; up to 10 years

working in lighting industry

3. aDVanCeD:

Advanced technical or design

knowledge and / or experience;

10+ years experience in lighting

SYMPoSia

CreDitS

eaCh SYMPoSia ProViDeS

aia 1.5 Learning Units,

HSW and SD Credits

aSLa 1.5 Professional

Development Hours

BoMi 1.5 Continuing

Professional

Development Points

iDCeC 0.15 Core CEU Credits

ieS 1.5 CEU Credits

Certificate of Course attendance

available post-event via registration link.

thUrSDaY, MaY 10

L12DS1

heaLthCare Lighting:

CLeVeLanD CLiniC

CaSe StUDY

8:30am – 10:00am

John D'angeLo, Pe, CMVP

Senior Director of Facilities

Cleveland Clinic

Cleveland, oH

Principally through lighting conversion projects, Cleveland

Clinic has achieved a 20% reduction in energy usage over

the last four years while improving patient outcomes,

patient safety and patient experience.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 2

L12DS2

Light SPaCeS

wright PLaCeS

10:30am – 12:00pm

Lira LUiS, aia, riBa,

LeeD aP BD+C

Principal Architect

atelier lira luis, LLC

Chicago, IL

Regarded as a living architectural laboratory, Frank Lloyd

Wright's Taliesin became an illustration of daylighting

strategies in design and construction including a lifestyle

rooted on native prairies and organic farming. Luis discusses

her experience living in Taliesin shelters including a

learning-by-doing methodology at one of America's

architectural landmarks and how this demonstrates the

value of defining architectural spaces with light.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 2

L12DS3

Creating ChoreograPheD

eXPerienCeS: a SenSorY

eXPLoration of interiorS

2:00pm – 3:30pm

zia hanSen, aia, nCarB

Associate Senior Designer

Wimberly Interiors (WATG)

Irvine, CA

How do we choreograph progression through space and

stage experiences that stir emotions, refresh and enhance

our lives? Great design explores, investigates and exploits

the power and magic of light and spatial volume to lend

daring, seductive and enhancing experiences. our ultimate

goal is to project a unique sense of place, enable guests to

feel desirable and display a high level of energy – or exude

a unique sense of relaxation; to exploit the characteristics

of the space, location and theme being evoked. Today’s

travelers expect distinctive experiences: a sparkling

daytime framework for spectacular interiors and a rich,

intimate ambience at night. Like a chameleon our spaces

change experience and appearance, while altering moods.

The transformation can be provocative or sublimely subtle.

If you have ever sensed you were on a stage in a visit to a

hospitality venue, you are not alone. Hospitality lighting is

about theatrical lighting and choreographed experiences,

and it must shape the guest’s experience to make them

feel enchanted, from the reservation experience to the tip

of the valet, by controlling the layers of emotions. Lighting

is part of a powerful message that says: let’s play!

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: All

L12DS4

Lighting in hoSPitaLitY

interior DeSign

4:30pm – 6:00pm

gerrY JUe

Principal

BAMO

San Francisco, CA

BAMo is an award-winning interior design firm specializing

in luxury hospitality projects all over the world. This

course will be an overview of hospitality lighting design

from the interior designer's perspective, using images and

documentation from completed and current BAMo work.

Topics may include: hospitality lighting design concepts

and strategies; working with a hospitality lighting designer;

custom fixture design and documentation.

aUDienCe: Interior Designers, Architects, Hotel

operators, Students

LeVeL: All

Learn More: VISIT www.Lightfair.CoM

FoR MoRE DETAILED CoURSE

DESCRIPTIoNS AND Learning

oBJeCtiVeS.

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Seminars

90 MinUteS

Wednesday, May 9 – Friday, May 11, 2012

7 Seminar tracks

for 2012

you can select courses in your area of interest for a focused

study, or mix-and-match courses from different tracks

for a big-picture view. Either way, our TRACK system

makes it easier to find the topics important to you.

note: aSLa members should check with local chapters regarding national

accreditation as those can vary from state to state.

33 LIGHTFAIR ® International 2012

anY one SeMinar

$95 per Seminar advance Pricing

$115 per Seminar after april 12, 2012

Price is per Seminar and includes

3 days of Exhibit Hall access.

fULL ConferenCe PaCKage

$545 advance Pricing

$595 after april 12, 2012

Package includes LFI Innovation

Awards ® , any 8 Seminars / Symposia

and Exhibit Hall access.

StUDent fULL

ConferenCe PaCKage

$120 advance Pricing

$150 after april 12, 2012

Package includes LFI Innovation

Awards ® , any 8 Seminars / Symposia

and Exhibit Hall access.

VALID STUDENT ID REQUIRED.

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: Jr aMagaSaKi Station north nK BUiLDing LIGHTING DESIGN: Hiroyasu yoshino,

Akari+Design Associates | ARCHITECTS: Masahiro Morita, Gou Watanabe, Takenaka Corporation

PHoToGRAPHy: © Hiroyasu yoshino, © Taizo Furukawa


CoUrSe LeVeLS

1. Beginner:

Limited lighting experience

2. interMeDiate:

Moderate technical and / or

design knowledge; equivalent

of IES ED 150; up to 10 years

working in lighting industry

3. aDVanCeD:

Advanced technical or design

knowledge and / or experience;

10+ years experience in lighting

SeMinar

CreDitS

eaCh SeMinar ProViDeS

aia 1.5 Learning Units,

HSW and SD Credits

aSLa 1.5 Professional

Development Hours

BoMi 1.5 Continuing

Professional

Development Points

iDCeC 0.15 Core CEU Credits

ieS 1.5 CEU Credits

Learn More: VISIT

www.Lightfair.CoM

FoR MoRE DETAILED

CoURSE DESCRIPTIoNS

AND Learning oBJeCtiVeS.

Certificate of Course attendance

available post-event via registration link.

seminar tracKs

hf hUMan faCtorS in Lighting

This track will explore the latest research into lighting’s

impact on productivity, as well as physiological and

psychological health and well-being. Presentations will

depict the application of this research to actual lighting

installations. Topics touching such diverse subject matter as

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), the aging eye, employee

health and satisfaction in the work environment and light

therapy techniques are addressed.

L12S17: Lighting 101: fundamentals of Lighting for

architects & interior Designers

L12S20: through the eyes of the Beholder: Using Post

occupancy evaluations (Poes) to guide our way

L12S21: Sensory enlightenment: Light art & Lighting Design

L12S28: Light, Perception & health: the effects of Daylight &

electric Light on human well-Being

iD integrateD DeSign

This track encompasses integrated building design

processes, as well as component technologies, that work

together as a system to improve building performance. Many

owners today are demanding high-performance buildings

which address issues such as sustainability, quality of

working / living environment, maintenance, life cycle cost

and other interrelated considerations. A holistic design

process that considers the building as an integrated system

is important to achieving these goals. Integrated Project

Delivery which provides for an earlier and closer interface of

all design consultants and the building contractor, combined

with the digital interoperability and the visualization power

of Building Information Modeling, is becoming more

commonplace for complex projects.

L12S12: integrating Lighting Control: Using Building

automation for increased energy, operational

& installation Savings

L12S22: regulations & Codes – what's in Store for the

Lighting industry

L12S29: a Story of Daylighting: PV-Powered LeD Lights

& a Very Large array

L12S32: BiM & integrated Lighting Documentation

L Lighting aPPLiCation

This “Lighting Design Track” comprises a wide range of

practical, theoretical and cutting-edge subjects. The topics

will showcase the different lighting design theories and

approaches: design trends, practical application of lighting

and use of light sources and equipment.

L12S01: Metrics Used in iterative Daylighting Design

L12S05: LeD for roadway, area and Parking facility applications

L12S09: Museums in the Balance: Daylight, LeD & Conservation

L12S13: new Modeling Methods in Daylighting Design

L12S14: application of LeD Lighting in horticulture

L12S17: Lighting 101: fundamentals of Lighting for

architects & interior Designers

L12S21: Sensory enlightenment: Light art & Lighting Design

L12S25: Liberated Pixels

L12S26: Lighting Design Challenges for net-zero energy homes

P ProfeSSionaL DeVeLoPMent

This track focuses on business development strategies as

well as professional skills. Topics include subjects related to

the intricacies of running a business and issues impacting the

profession. The target audience for these topics can include

anyone who is involved in the day-to-day operation of a

business, as well as individuals interested in increasing or

balancing their development as professionals in their fields.

L12S04: fundamentals of Light Source technologies

L12S13: new Modeling Methods in Daylighting Design

L12S19: how to Use the Doe Lighting facts, resources &

tools to evaluate LeD Products for Your needs

L12S30: Standards and Programs for the SSL Marketplace

L12S32: BiM & integrated Lighting Documentation

rU retrofit & UPgraDe

Recent economic developments have brought the improving

and repurposing of existing building stock into focus. This

track concentrates on technologies and strategies for lighting

interventions in buildings or projects that are already built.

Presentations will explore the challenges and advantages of

integrating new lighting fixtures, controls and infrastructure

into existing buildings to improve the visual environment and

energy use.

L12S08: what's new in Lamps and Ballasts

L12S12: integrating Lighting Control: Using Building

automation for increased energy, operational

& installation Savings

L12S16: Lighting retrofits: a Better option now

than ever Before

L12S18: transforming a 1980’s era office to all LeD Lighting:

a Designer & Customer Perspective

L12S24: opportunities for Daylight harvesting in

existing office Buildings

S energY, enVironMent anD SUStainaBiLitY

This track addresses how the lighting community is currently

contributing to the efforts in the construction industry toward

more environmentally responsible projects. Speakers will

discuss cutting-edge ideas in design, new developments in

the industry, the use and integration of alternative lighting

systems and improvements in manufacturing processes,

techniques and materials to not only meet the new energy

code requirements, but also address some of the broader

issues of environmental stewardship.

L12S01: Metrics Used in iterative Daylighting Design

L12S02: Commercial Building energy & green Code

requirements for Lighting Controls

L12S03: Daylighting Codes vs. energy Codes:

a Changing Paradigm

L12S06: energy Modeling: what all Lighting Professionals

need to Know

L12S10: Using BSDf Data to Simulate Daylight and energy

Performance of innovative fenestration Products

L12S18: transforming a 1980's era office to all LeD Lighting:

a Designer & Customer Perspective

L12S22: regulations & Codes – what's in Store

for the Lighting industry?

L12S24: opportunities for Daylight harvesting

in existing office Buildings

L12S26: Lighting Design Challenges for net-zero energy homes

t teChnoLogY

These seminars focus on the latest advances in equipment

technologies (source, ballast, luminaire, controls) that

optimize system performance. Presentations include hardware

examples and demonstrate applications that address current

lighting design trends, sustainability, source efficacy, luminaire

design and efficiency and energy management.

L12S02: Commercial Building energy & green Code

requirements for Lighting Controls

L12S03: Daylighting Codes vs. energy Codes:

a Changing Paradigm

L12S04: fundamentals of Light Source technology

L12S05: LeD for roadway, area and Parking

facility applications

L12S07: an evolution in efficiency: the Benefits of

next-generation Lighting Controls

L12S08: what's new in Lamps and Ballasts

L12S10: Using BSDf Data to Simulate Daylight and energy

Performance of innovative fenestration Products

L12S11: a guided tour of SSL area Light Sources –

Past, Present & future

L12S15: a Building in the Cloud: Lighting Controls

for the future

L12S19: how to Use the Doe Lighting facts, resources &

tools to evaluate LeD Products for Your needs

L12S23: LeD Standards and Measurement Methods

L12S27: Seeing Beyond Cri: how to overcome the industry's

Color Quality Challenge to harness the Power of LeDs

L12S30: Standards and Programs for the SSL Marketplace

L12S31: taking Plasma Lighting from technology to application

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SemInar SchedUle

weDneSDaY, MaY 9

L12S01 L S

MetriCS USeD in iteratiVe

DaYLighting DeSign

2:00pm – 3:30pm

Brian StaCY, iaLD LeeD aP

VP Director of Sales and Marketing

Arup, New york, Ny

Yann weYMoUth, aia, LeeD ® aP

Senior Vice President / Design Principal

HOK, Tampa, FL

Beautifully daylit architecture and energy efficient

projects that are without glare are now the gold

standard. Through case study investigations of at

least 3 different projects, HoK and Arup will describe

their working process, the iterative daylighting design

and analysis techniques used and all the successes

and failures along the way.

aUDienCe: Architects, Interior Designers, Lighting

Designers, Students

LeVeL: 1-2

L12S02 S t

CoMMerCiaL BUiLDing energY

& green CoDe reQUireMentS for

Lighting ControLS

2:00pm – 3:30pm

MiChaeL JoUaneh, LeeD aP BD+C

Marketing Manager

Lutron Electronics Co., Inc., Coopersburg, PA

Brent ProtzMan, LC

Energy Applications Leader

Lutron Electronics Co., Inc., Coopersburg, PA

Lighting controls can eliminate 60% or more of the

wasted lighting energy in buildings while enhancing

occupant comfort and productivity. This session will

review the mandated current and future lighting

control requirements in standards / codes such as

ASHRAE 90.1 2010 and IECC 2012.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 1

L12S03 S t

DaYLighting CoDeS VS. energY CoDeS:

a Changing ParaDigM

2:00pm – 3:30pm

heLen SanDerS, PhD

Vice President, Technical Business Development

SAGE Electrochromics, Fairbault, MN

Architects love to design with glass. occupants like

the natural light and outdoor connection. Energy

efficiency concerns, however, are pushing a trend to

fewer and smaller windows. Learn how advanced

glazings and an integrated facade approach can turn

windows from an energy liability to an efficiency asset.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Energy Consultants,

Energy Specialists, Facility Managers, Interior

Designers, Lighting Designers, owners

LeVeL: 2

35 LIGHTFAIR ® International 2012

L12S04 P t

fUnDaMentaLS of Light

SoUrCe teChnoLogieS

2:00pm – 3:30pm

Craig BerneCKer, PhD, fieSna, LC

Founder and Director

The Lighting Education Institute, Exton, PA

This seminar will help establish a strong foundation

for understanding and applying lamp and ballast

technologies, and serves as a perfect complement to

the “What's New in Lamps and Ballasts” seminar,

for those who wish to take both.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Educators, Electrical

Contractors, Electrical Engineers, End-users, Energy

Consultants, Energy Specialists, Engineers, Facility

Managers, Lighting Designers, Manufacturers, owners,

Reps, Students, Urban Planners

LeVeL: 1

L12S05 L t

LeD for roaDwaY, area anD

ParKing faCiLitY aPPLiCationS

4:30pm – 6:00pm

ChriS BaiLeY, ieS, LeeD aP, BD+C

SSL Technology Strategist

Hubbell Lighting, Greenville, SC

LinKoLn DiXon, ieS, LC

Solutions Specialist

Hubbell Lighting, Greenville, SC

LED products can now provide sound solutions

for roadway, area and parking facility applications.

The seminar will share the current status of LED

solutions for roadway, area and parking facilities

and how topics such as scotopic / photopic ratio

modifiers, task efficiency and controls can help

select LED luminaires.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Educators, Electrical

Contractors, Electrical Engineers, End-users, Energy

Consultants, Energy Specialists, Engineers, Facility

Managers, Lighting Designers, Manufacturers, owners,

Reps, Students, Urban Planners

LeVeL: 1-2

L12S06 S

energY MoDeLing: what aLL Lighting

ProfeSSionaLS neeD to Know

4:30pm – 6:00pm

eLizaBeth giLLMor, Pe, LC, aiaLD, MieS, LeeD aP BD+C

Lighting Energy Engineer

Group14 Engineering, Denver, Co

As energy codes become more stringent, more focus

is placed on performance-based energy use metrics

(building modeling), it is vital for the lighting

professional to understand the inner workings of

an energy model in order to understand and

communicate the lighting energy use and savings

of their own projects.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Educators,

Electrical Contractors, Electrical Engineers, Energy

Consultants, Energy Specialists, Engineers, Interior

Designers, Lighting Designers, Manufacturers,

owners, Reps, Students

LeVeL: 1-2

L12S07 t

an eVoLUtion in effiCienCY: the BenefitS

of neXt-generation Lighting ControLS

4:30pm – 6:00pm

franCiS rUBenStein, fieS

Principal Investigator

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA

MiChaeL C. SKUrLa

Sr. Product Manager

Philips Lighting Systems and Controls N.A.

Rosemont, IL

toDD SMith

Regional Product Marketing Manager, Indoor Controls

Osram Sylvania, Danvers, MA

DannY YU

CEo

Daintree Networks, Mountain View, CA

Lighting control systems have the opportunity to be as

impactful to the lighting industry as LEDs. This course

will review how wireless networking and other controls

technology advancements are improving building

sustainability, reducing complexity and installation

costs and making advanced controls applicable to a

wider set of customers and manufacturers.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Electrical

Contractors, Electrical Engineers, End-users, Energy

Consultants, Energy Specialists, Engineers, Facility

Managers, owners

LeVeL: All

L12S08 rU t

what'S new in LaMPS anD BaLLaStS

4:30pm – 6:00pm

Craig DiLoUie, LC, ieS

Principal

ZING Communications, Inc., Calgary, AB, Canada

howarD woLfMan, Pe, ieS, ieee, CSa, UL

Principal

Lumispec Consulting, Northbrook, IL

An unbiased view of the latest trends and developments

in lamp and ballast technology over the past

12-18 months, along with the implications for how

lighting is designed and used.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 2

lIghtfaIr International

seminars provide me with the

continuing education I need to

keep current with technology,

application and best practice.

the information that is shared

by my peers is invaluable to my

growth as a professional.

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SemInar SchedUle

thUrSDaY, MaY 10

L12S09 L

MUSeUMS in the BaLanCe:

DaYLight, LeD anD ConSerVation

8:30am – 10:00am

angeLa MathChiCa, Pe, LC, LeeP aP

Lighting Designer & Electrical Engineer

EwingCole, Philadelphia, PA

Energy conservation and new lighting technologies

have a major impact for museum design both on

conservation and in the visitor experience. This seminar

will use case studies to reveal successful design

methods for museum lighting which can create a

balance between new lighting trends and successful

museum exhibition.

aUDienCe: Architects, Educators, Electrical Engineers,

Energy Consultants, Engineers, Facility Managers,

Interior Designers, Lighting Designers, owners, Students

LeVeL: 2

L12S10 S t

USing BSDf Data to SiMULate DaYLight

anD energY PerforManCe of innoVatiVe

feneStration ProDUCtS

8:30am – 10:00am

JaCoB JonSSon, PhD

Scientific Engineering Associate

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Berkeley, CA

ChriStian KohLer

President

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Berkeley, CA

anDY MCneiL

Scientific Engineering Associate

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Berkeley, CA

This seminar describes how BSDF data (i.e.

bi-directional scattering distribution function data)

is collected for fenestration systems and can be

used to simulate daylight and energy performance

for innovative daylight technologies.

aUDienCe: Educators, Electrical Engineers, Energy

Consultants, Energy Specialists, Engineers, Lighting

Designers, Manufacturers, Reps, Students

LeVeL: 3

the lfI seminars were outstanding! I learned way more

than words can ever describe! Since lIghtfaIr 2011, my

customers tell me now you are brilliant! (lol) the lfI

seminars I attended dramatically improved my ability to

better serve my customers and grow my business.

— Steve wIllInger, lIghthoUSe SUpply company,

2011 lIghtfaIr ® attendee

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L12S11 t

a gUiDeD toUr of SSL area Light

SoUrCeS – PaSt, PreSent & fUtUre

8:30am – 10:00am

Jeannine M. fiSher, Pe, LC

Director, oLED Lighting Design and Application

Acuity Brands Lighting, Berkeley, CA

Min-hao MiChaeL LU, PhD

Director, oLED Technology

Acuity Brands Lighting, Berkeley, CA

While glare-free SSL area light sources are in the

minority among the arsenal of today’s lighting designers,

they offer new possibilities in luminaire and lighting

application design. We will introduce an array of existing

and upcoming technologies that enable area light

sources and the new applications they make possible.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: All

L12S12 iD rU

integrating Lighting ControL: USing

BUiLDing aUtoMation for inCreaSeD energY,

oPerationaL & inStaLLation SaVingS

8:30am – 10:00am

Don MiLLStein

Regional General Manager

Honeywell Lighting Solutions, Langhorne, PA

Facility professionals will learn how to greatly

increase the functionality and efficiency of their

intelligent building networks by integrating lighting

with building automation systems to optimize energy

management, conservation, demand response and

compliance with LEED, EPAct and other major

energy initiatives.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Daylighting

Designers, Electrical Contractors, Electrical

Engineers, End-users, Energy Consultants, Energy

Specialists, Engineers, Facility Managers, Lighting

Designers, Manufacturers, owners

LeVeL: 1-2

L12S13 L P

new MoDeLing MethoDS

in DaYLighting DeSign

10:30am – 12:00pm

J. aLStan JaKUBieC

Lead Developer, DIVA-for-Rhino

Solemma, Cambridge, MA

Kera LagioS

Lighting Designer

Lam Partners, Inc., Cambridge, MA

Jeff nieMaSz

Member of Solemma

Solemma, Minneapolis, MN

New digital tools are creating opportunities for

innovative new methods of designing with daylight.

Through videos and demonstrations, this seminar will

show attendees some of the ways these new tools are

being used to both expand design methods as well

as develop new ways of creating and presenting

daylighting studies.

aUDienCe: Architects, Educators, Energy Consultants,

Energy Specialists, Engineers, Lighting Designers,

Students

LeVeL: All

L12S14 L

aPPLiCation of LeD Lighting

in hortiCULtUre

10:30am – 12:00pm

eriK rUnKLe, PhD

Professor

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

DraKe StaLionS, ieSna

Leader Lighting

OSRAM Opto Semiconductors, Northville, MI

The horticulture lighting market is poised for rapid

adoption of LEDs due to the recent improvement of

LED efficiencies in key wavelengths for photosynthetic

growth. This presentation will be an introduction to

solid state lighting for horticulture and agricultural

illumination applications.

aUDienCe: Educators, Energy Consultants, Energy

Specialists, Engineers, Facility Managers, Lighting

Designers, Manufacturers, Students, Urban

Planners, Scientists

LeVeL: 1-2


thUrSDaY, MaY 10 (continued)

L12S15 t

a BUiLDing in the CLoUD:

Lighting ControLS for the fUtUre

10:30am – 12:00pm

eriK frYKhoLM, LC

Specification Manager

Juno Lighting Group by Schneider Electric

Collingswood, NJ

“Cloud Computing” has changed the way individuals

store, share and access data around the world. Now,

that same technology is beginning to revolutionize

the way energy in buildings is controlled, accessed

and monitored. The future of lighting control is here

and it lives in the cloud.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Educators,

Electrical Engineers, End-users, Energy Consultants,

Energy Specialists, Engineers, Interior Designers,

Lighting Designers, Reps, Students

LeVeL: 1-2

L12S16 rU

Lighting retrofitS: a Better

oPtion now than eVer Before

10:30am – 12:00pm

KUrt VogeL

President

Acuity Brands Lithonia Lighting, Conyers, GA

Lighting retrofits offer an excellent opportunity

for building owners and managers to reduce costs

and achieve sustainability goals. This session will

highlight the key opportunities, benefits, technology

advancements and specification considerations of

retrofits.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Educators, Electrical

Contractors, Electrical Engineers, End-users, Energy

Consultants, Energy Specialists, Engineers, Facility

Managers, Interior Designers, Lighting Designers,

owners, Reps

LeVeL: All

L12S17 hf L

Lighting 101: fUnDaMentaLS of Lighting

for arChiteCtS & interior DeSignerS

2:00pm – 3:30pm

arDra Paige zinKon, iaLD, MieS

Director of Lighting Design

Tec Inc Engineering & Design, Columbus, oH

Refresh your knowledge of lighting fundamentals,

new trends, technology and legislation. Discuss

traditional and LED sources, color, footcandles and

quality. Review case studies that illustrate the need

for thoughtful lighting for human factors, economics,

art and architecture. Get an overview of best practices

with a refreshed toolkit of lighting basics.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Educators, Facility

Managers, Interior Designers, owners, Students

LeVeL: 1-2

L12S18 rU S

tranSforMing a 1980’S era offiCe

to aLL LeD Lighting: a DeSigner &

CUStoMer PerSPeCtiVe

2:00pm – 3:30pm

KYLe gaffneY

Senior Principal

Skb Architects, Seattle, WA

Shannon gaffneY

Senior Principal

Skb Architects, Seattle, WA

MiCheL zwanenBUrg, PhD

Segment Marketing Manager office LED Lighting

Philips Lumileds, San Jose, CA

LED technology has now become a viable solution

for the workplace. Follow the transformation of a

70,000-square-foot conventionally lit office to a

100% LED solution. The design team and customer

will share project goals, design strategies and best

practices that led to a successful solution.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: All

L12S19 P t

how to USe the Doe Lighting faCtS,

reSoUrCeS & tooLS to eVaLUate LeD

ProDUCtS for YoUr neeDS

2:00pm – 3:30pm

MarCi SanDerS

Program Manager

D&R International, Saint Helens, oR

Lighting designers and specifiers will learn how to

make the LED product selection process easier for

them, by drawing on powerful Lighting Facts tools

such as: an enhanced product search page, a current

list of LED utility rebates, quick references to

benchmark performance data and Snapshot reports

that track performance trends.

aUDienCe: Architects, Energy Consultants, Facility

Managers, Interior Designers, Landscape Architects,

Lighting Designers

LeVeL: All

L12S20 hf

throUgh the eYeS of the BehoLDer:

USing PoSt oCCUPanCY eVaLUationS

(PoeS) to gUiDe oUr waY

2:00pm – 3:30pm

traCY BeeSon, LC

Energy and Environment Directorate

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA

nanCY CLanton, fieS

President

Clanton & Associates, Boulder, Co

CaroL JoneS, LC, aSSoCiate iaLD

Senior Project Manager, Application & Specification

Philips, Burlington, MA

Issues that were largely resolved for fluorescent

technology are renewed concerns with LEDs, such as

glare, flicker and color. Now we need to know, from

the perspective of the occupant – what is acceptable?

Come learn how major decision makers are using

PoEs as a new tool to give us occupant-based metrics

of quality.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Electrical

Contractors, Electrical Engineers, End-users, Energy

Consultants, Energy Specialists, Engineers, Facility

Managers, Interior Designers, Lighting Designers,

Manufacturers, owners, Reps, Students

LeVeL: 1-2

L12S21 hf L

SenSorY enLightenMent:

Light art & Lighting DeSign

4:30pm – 6:00pm

gLenn ShrUM, iaLD, ieS, PLDa

Principal

Flux Studio, Baltimore, MD

What would your work look like if the only requirement

was to inspire? This seminar expands understanding

of light as a creative medium and provides a context

for considering this question by taking a closer look

at artists whose primary intent is to investigate the

medium of illumination.

aUDienCe: Architects, Educators, Interior Designers,

Landscape Architects, Lighting Designers, Students,

Urban Planners

LeVeL: 1-2

L12S22 iD S

regULationS & CoDeS – what’S in Store

for the Lighting inDUStrY?

4:30pm – 6:00pm

CherYL engLiSh, LC, fieS

VP, Government & Industry Relations

Acuity Brands, Conyers, GA

gLenn heinMiLLer, iaLD, LC, LeeD aP

Principal

Lam Partners, Cambridge, MA

PaMeLa horner, LC, ieS

Director, Government and Industry Relations

OSRAM Sylvania, Danvers, MA

Back by popular demand – this team of experts will

provide an insightful update regarding issues and

restrictions that impact product availability and

lighting design solutions.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 2

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SemInar SchedUle

thUrSDaY, MaY 10 (continued)

L12S23 t

LeD StanDarDS anD

MeaSUreMent MethoDS

4:30pm – 6:00pm

Jianzhong Jiao, PhD

Director, Regulations and Emerging Technologies

OSRAM Opto Semiconductors Inc., Sunnyvale, CA

This seminar will introduce the latest developed

standards with an emphasis on the recommended

practices for the requirements in measuring LED

lighting products.

aUDienCe: Educators, Electrical Engineers, End-users,

Engineers, Lighting Designers, Manufacturers

LeVeL: 1-2

L12S24 rU S

oPPortUnitieS for DaYLight harVeSting

in eXiSting offiCe BUiLDingS

4:30pm – 6:00pm

MUDit SaXena, LeeD aP

Associate Director

Heschong Mahone Group, Gold River, CA

A study of existing office buildings in California will

help identify key characteristics that determine daylight

availability, how to quickly estimate potential savings

with the addition of photocontrols and how to further

optimize energy savings with improvements to space

design. New photocontrol requirements in California’s

Title 24 will be explained.

aUDienCe: Architects, Educators, Electrical

Contractors, Electrical Engineers, Energy

Consultants, Energy Specialists, Engineers, Facility

Managers, Lighting Designers, Manufacturers,

owners, Daylighting Designers, Interior Designers

LeVeL: All

friDaY, MaY 11

L12S25 L LS

LiBerateD PiXeLS

8:30am – 10:00am

SUSanne Seitinger, PhD

Researcher

Philips Color Kinetics, Burlington, MA

The wide spread availability of LEDs in combination

with programmability offers different possibilities for

designing ambient environments for cities.

aUDienCe: Architects, Educators, Facility Managers,

Landscape Architects, Lighting Designers, Students,

Urban Planners

LeVeL: 1-2

L12S26

Lighting DeSign ChaLLengeS

for net-zero energY hoMeS

8:30am – 10:00am

nathan gooD, aia, LeeD aP

Principal

Nathan Good Architects PC, Portland, oR

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eLLa MiLLS, ieS, aSSoCiate iaLD, LeeD aP

Principal

Biella Lighting Design, Portland, oR

Learn what constitutes a net-zero energy home,

certification options and criteria; learn about the

implications of establishing net-zero energy design

goals and understand the significance of an integrated

design approach.

aUDienCe: Architects, Contractors, Electrical

Contractors, Interior Designers, Lighting Designers,

Manufacturers, owners, Students

LeVeL: 1

L12S27 t

Seeing BeYonD Cri: how to oVerCoMe

the inDUStrY’S CoLor QUaLitY ChaLLenge

to harneSS the Power of LeDS

8:30am – 10:00am

ann SChifferS

Vice President Specifications Sales

USAI Lighting, New Windsor, Ny

Standard CRI references are not fully satisfactory

when considering LED light sources. This seminar

will discuss the necessity of defining color beyond

CRI limitations and future benefits that color-consistent

LED technologies will provide.

aUDienCe: Contractors, Electrical Contractors, Electrical

Engineers, End-users, Engineers, Interior Designers,

Lighting Designers, Manufacturers

LeVeL: 1-2

L12S28 hf

Light, PerCePtion & heaLth:

the effeCtS of DaYLight & eLeCtriC

Light on hUMan weLL-Being

8:30am – 10:00am

Kat CheneY, aSSoC. aia, DeSign iaLD, MieS

Lighting Designer

Pivotal Lighting Design | Affiliated Engineers, Inc.,

Seattle, WA

Electric light systems and daylighting can have a

critical impact upon an individual’s health, task

performance and visual perception. The seminar

will explore lighting design case studies for various

interior spaces and important aspects of health-related

lighting design which include topics such as effects

of color temperature, adaptation and visual contrast.

aUDienCe: Architects, Educators, End-users, Lighting

Designers, Manufacturers, owners

LeVeL: 2

L12S29 iD

a StorY of DaYLighting, PV-PowereD

LeD LightS & a VerY Large arraY

10:30am – 12:00pm

JaCK SChneiDer, Pe, LC, LeeD aP BD+C

Electrical Engineer

Coffman Engineers, Spokane, WA

This seminar will take a thorough (and sometimes

comical) look at the benefits (and disadvantages) of

integrating one building with daylighting controls,

self-powered photovoltaic LED area lights and one

big roof-mounted photovoltaic array.

aUDienCe: Architects, Electrical Engineers, Engineers,

Interior Designers, Lighting Designers

LeVeL: 1-2

L12S30 Pt

StanDarDS anD PrograMS

for the SSL MarKetPLaCe

10:30am – 12:00pm

Jennifer LawrenCe

Lighting Rebate Manager

CREE, Durham, NC

Jon Linn, Pe, LC

Commercial Programs Manager

NEEP, Belfast, ME

CaroLYn weiner

Sr. Product Manager

Pacific Gas & Electric Company, San Francisco, CA

New LED products are introduced to the market on a

daily basis and the technology is continually evolving.

Through this presentation and panel, participants

will learn how a new product can leverage the Design

Lights Consortium and utility energy efficiency programs

for market introduction.

aUDienCe: All

LeVeL: 1

L12S31 t

taKing PLaSMa Lighting froM

teChnoLogY to aPPLiCation

10:30am – 12:00pm

gregg hoLLingSworth, ieS

Vice President of Engineering

Topanga Technologies, Canoga Park, CA

Plasma technology has unique technological qualities

for high lumen applications. This session provides

an overview of electrodeless lamps, with examples

of current applications and a glimpse of the future of

plasma light sources.

aUDienCe: Contractors, Electrical Contractors, Electrical

Engineers, End-users, Engineers, Lighting Designers,

Manufacturers

LeVeL: 1-2

L12S32 iD P

BiM & integrateD Lighting DoCUMentation

10:30am – 12:00pm

CJ BroCKwaY, LC, aSSoCiate iaLD

Principal

NBBJ Studio 9 Lighting Design, Seattle, WA

KeVin frarY, ieS

Senior Associate / Lighting Designer

NBBJ, Seattle, WA

Inspired design is realized through good documentation.

Revit provides a new way to jointly collaborate designs

with Architects, Engineers, Contractors and other

design team members. The seminar will explore how

Revit can be used as a tool to prepare and assimilate

lighting design content and share it to ensure complete

documentation and specification.

aUDienCe: Architects, Electrical Engineers,

Engineers, Interior Designers, Lighting Designers

LeVeL: 2


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JeffreY L. PortMan, Sr., AMC, Inc.

KeVin theoBaLD, IALD

MiKe tUrnBULL, AMC, Inc.

MarSha tUrner, IALD

KriStina Unger, AMC, Inc.

Lightfair ® internationaL 2012

ConferenCe aDViSorY CoMMittee

Craig BerneCKer, PhD, FIESNA,

The Lighting Education Institute

Jeff DaViS, IES, System Design Consultants

araM C. eBBen, Associate IALD, exp

anDY Lang, IALD, Lang Lighting Design, Inc.

eriC LinD, IES, Lutron Electronics

eriC riChMan, IES, Pacific Northwest National

Laboratory (Battelle)

JaMeS SULtan, IES, Studio Lux, LLC

Lee waLDron, IALD, Grenald Waldron Associates

Keith YanCeY, IALD, Lam Partners, Inc.

Lightfair ® internationaL 2012

eXhiBitor aDViSorY CoMMittee

JaSon BroaDhUrSt, Lumenpulse

JiLL DennarD, Philips Lighting

LinDa eLMer, Switch Lighting

MiChaeL MaLone, Crestron

ron naUS, B-K Lighting & Teka Illumination

SteVen ParKer, SLV Lighting

taMi tiMPerio, Cree, Inc. and Beta LED

John SaVoretti, Reggiani Lighting USA, Inc.

BLair SMith, MP Lighting, Inc.

Matthew VoLLMer, Tech Lighting – Generation Brands

LarrY wegner, Molex

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Bally's Las Vegas single $82

3645 Las Vegas Blvd S double $82

Caesars Palace single $202

3570 Las Vegas Blvd S double $202

Courtyard by Marriott single $114

3275 Paradise Rd double $114

flamingo Las Vegas single $72

3555 Las Vegas Blvd S double $72

LVh (formerly Las Vegas hilton) single / double (5/3–5/7) $75

3000 Paradise Rd single / double (5/8–5/13) $139

Las Vegas Marriott Convention Center single $129

325 Convention Center Dr double $129

Paris Las Vegas single $112

3655 Las Vegas Blvd S double $112

Planet hollywood resort & Casino single $109

3667 Las Vegas Blvd S double $109

Ph towers single $162

80 E Harmon Ave double $162

renaissance Las Vegas single $161

3400 Paradise Rd double $161

residence inn by Marriott single $119

3225 Paradise Rd double $119

the Venetian Las Vegas single / double (5/3–5/7) $199

3355 Las Vegas Blvd S single / double (5/8–5/13) $239

Shuttle Service Provided

Rates do not include current tax of 12% or applicable surcharges,

subject to change.

tIpS from the team: favorIte reStaUrantS

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab

Forum Shops @ Caesars Palace

3500 Las Vegas Blvd. South

Las Vegas, NV 89109

(702) 792-9222

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3708 Las Vegas Blvd S

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(702) 698-7930

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3325 Las Vegas Blvd S

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(702) 791-1800

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INFORMATION

ShUttLe SerViCe

Complimentary shuttle service will be available to and from the Las Vegas Convention Center beginning Monday, May 7, from the following locations:

(NoTE: Hotels are listed in route order. Shuttle stops are in Bold. Hotels in ITALICS* walk to Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino to catch the shuttle.)

waLK to ConVention Center

Courtyard by Marriott

LVH (formerly Las Vegas Hilton)

Las Vegas Marriott Convention Center

Renaissance Las Vegas

Residence Inn by Marriott

Shuttles will run every 20 – 30 minutes Shuttles will run every 15 minutes

MonDaY, MaY 7 tUeSDaY, MaY 8 weDneSDaY, MaY 9 thUrSDaY, MaY 10 friDaY, MaY 11

7:30 – 10:30am

4:30 – 7:00pm

7:30 – 10:30am

4:30 – 7:00pm

7:00 – 9:00pm limited service

traVeL & hoteL DiSCoUntS

ShUttLe roUte 1

Bellagio las Vegas

caesars palace las Vegas

eXCLUSiVe hoteL DiSCoUntS

Reserve your room at one of the Lightfair ® internationaL 2012

official hotels while discounted hotel rooms are still available!

Hotel reservation deadlines begin april 3, 2012 to guarantee the

discounted rates.

traVeL DiSCoUntS anD oPtionS

Book discounted travel options for your visit to LIGHTFAIR ®

International. Discounts, special rates or upgrades are available

from airline and car rental partners. To view full details, benefits

and additional services, visit www.lightfair.com/travel.

Las Vegas Monorail (local transportation)

This rail system provides service along the portion of Las Vegas

Boulevard known as the Strip and connects to the Convention

Center. Trains arrive about every five to ten minutes. For exclusive

monorail fare discounts, visit www.lightfair.com/travel.

7:30 – 10:30am

4:30 – 7:00pm

ShUttLe roUte 2

flamingo las Vegas

the Venetian las Vegas

7:30 – 10:30am

4:30 – 7:00pm

ShUttLe roUte 3

Bally's las Vegas

planet hollywood resort & casino

PH Towers*

Paris Las Vegas*

7:30 – 10:30am

3:00 – 6:00pm

tiP from the team:

USe the monoraIl to qUIckly get aroUnd

the StrIp and to connect to the

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tuesday, May 8, 2012 8:00am – 5:00pm

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registrant information

1

Please print or type all information as you wish it to appear on your badge.

Valid government-issued picture id must be presented on-site for admittance.

first name last name

comPanY

JoB title

address

citY state ZiP

ProVince / Postal code / countrY (if applicable)

daYtime Phone cell Phone*

email

in which hotel are You staYing?

do You reQuire sPecial ada assistance? (Please specify)

2

attendee Profile information (check appropriate boxes)

i. ProfeSSion (CheCK one onLY)

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❑ contractor (general)

❑ distributor (lighting)

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❑ educator

❑ electrical engineer

❑ energy consultant / specialist

❑ engineer

❑ esco

❑ facility manager / owner

❑ government official

❑ interior designer

❑ landscape architect / designer

❑ lighting designer (architectural)

❑ lighting designer (theatrical)

❑ lighting retailer / retailer

❑ manufacturer – eXhiBiting

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❑ media sales

❑ oem

❑ representative / sales rep

❑ retail designer / store Planner

❑ urban / regional Planner

❑ Visual merchandiser

❑ specifier

❑ student id# _____________

college ________________

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ii. whiCh inDUStrY Do YoU worK for / in –

or SPeCifY ProDUCt for? (UP to 3 anSwerS)

❑ commercial & office Buildings

❑ computers (& Peripherals)

❑ consumer / electronics

(appliances, televisions,

audio, etc.)

❑ educational facilities

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management

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restaurants, spas, etc.)

❑ industrial (construction,

electrical contracting, etc.)

❑ medical (hospitals, nursing /

assisted living, equipment, etc.)

❑ military (incl. aerospace,

security, equipment, etc.)

❑ religious

❑ residential

❑ retail

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motorcycles, airports,

railway systems, etc.)

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what products are you interested in seeing at lfi?

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❑ components

❑ controls and control software

❑ daylighting Products

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❑ exterior luminaires

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❑ other: _______________________________________

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V. are YoU an inDiViDUaL MeMBer of:

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Vi. iS YoUr CoMPanY eXhiBiting at

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registration oPtions

MonDaY – tUeSDaY

institutes

Prices include Keynote luncheon as well as exhibit hall access

wednesday – friday. lfi innovation awards ® not included.

choose from the institute options below, then select the

specific courses / workshops.

❍ indiVidual 3-hour institute worKshoPs

$220 each - $270 after april 12, 2012

❍ 1-daY courses

$370 advance Pricing - $395 after april 12, 2012

❍ 2-daY institutes / institute PacKage – saVe oVer $200!

$670 each - $745 after april 12, 2012

select either one 2-day lightfair or daYlighting institute course,

two 1-day courses or a combination of courses and workshops to fill

two days and create your own personalized 2-day institute program for

monday and tuesday. (includes Keynote luncheons. does not include

lfi innovation awards on wednesday.)

❍ student institute oPtions

50% off all institute courses & workshops (except l12l04, l12l05)

Valid student id reQuired.

lightfair daylighting institute ® 1- and 2-day courses

mondaY, maY 7, 2012 – tuesdaY, maY 8, 2012 9:00am – 5:00pm

❑ l12d01: daylighting fundamentals

mondaY, maY 7, 2012 9:00am – 5:00pm

❑ l12d02: daylighting & Photosensor control systems modeling in daysim

lightfair daylighting institute ® 3-hour workshops

mondaY, maY 7, 2012

❑ l12d03

daylighting strategies

in high Performance

schools

9:00am – 12:00pm

❑ l12d06

Parametric daylight

design and analysis

2:00pm – 5:00pm

tuesdaY, maY 8, 2012

❑ l12d07

high Performance

daylighting design for

net-Zero energy & leed

Platinum Buildings

9:00am – 12:00pm

❑ l12d10

daylight Performance

metrics from

annual simulations

2:00pm – 5:00pm

❑ l12d04

circadian correct

daylighting

9:00am – 12:00pm

❑ l12d08

challenges associated

with weather-Based

annual daylight

simulations

9:00am – 12:00pm

❑ l12d11

daylighting design:

concept to

construction

2:00pm – 5:00pm

lightfair institute ® 2-day courses

❑ l12d05

interior window

treatment impacts on

daylighting design

2:00pm – 5:00pm

❑ l12d09

daylighting design

solutions for

high Performance

Building results

2:00pm – 5:00pm

mondaY, maY 7 – tuesdaY, maY 8, 2012 9:00am – 5:00pm

❑ l12l01

Basic lighting

❑ l12l04

computer-aided

lighting analysis

with agi32 (Basic)

❑ l12l02

intermediate lighting

❑ l12l05

computer-aided

lighting analysis

with dialux

lightfair institute ® 1-day courses

mondaY, maY 7, 2012

❑ l12l06

led luminaire design

9:00am – 5:00pm

tuesdaY, maY 8, 2012

❑ l12l08

advanced computeraided

lighting

design with Visual

9:00am – 5:00pm

❑ l12l07

autodesk ® revit ® and

3ds max ® design for

lighting & daylighting

simulation

9:00am – 5:00pm

❑ l12l09

Photography "Boot

camp" for lighting

industry Professionals

9:00am – 5:00pm

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❑ l12l03

advanced lighting

lightfair institute ® workshops

mondaY, maY 7, 2012

❑ l12wo1

led Performance:

myths and facts

9:00am – 12:00pm

❑ l12wo4

human factors

in lighting

9:00am – 12:00pm

❑ l12wo7

Photometry 101

2:00pm – 5:00pm

tuesdaY, maY 8, 2012

❑ l12w09

environmental

enrichment

through color

9:00am – 12:00pm

❑ l12w12

advanced drawing

techniques for

landscape lighting

9:00am – 12:00pm

❑ l12w15

high dynamic

range imaging

2:00pm – 3:30pm

weDneSDaY – friDaY

❑ l12wo2

electrical specifications

of lighting equipment

for designers

9:00am – 12:00pm

❑ l12wo5

optimizing

energy audits for

facility upgrades

2:00pm – 5:00pm

❑ l12wo8

the Benefits of

wireless lighting

control systems

2:00pm – 5:00pm

❑ l12w10

choosing

a light source

9:00am – 12:00pm

❑ l12w13

enhancing lighting

design capability in

revit ® with elumtools

2:00pm – 5:00pm

seminars / design sYmPosia

❑ l12wo3

dimming led sources:

what's working and

what still needs fixing

9:00am – 12:00pm

❑ l12wo6

led challenges for

today's museums

2:00pm – 5:00pm

❑ l12w11

optimization, tips

and tricks in revit ®

9:00am – 12:00pm

❑ l12w14

Zhaga modularity

for led sources

2:00pm – 5:00pm

❍ 3-daY full conference PacKage (select 8 seminars / symposia below)

$545 advance Pricing – $595 after april 12, 2012

includes lfi innovation awards ® , any 8 seminars / symposia and exhibit hall access.

❍ indiVidual seminars / sYmPosia

$95 advance Pricing – $115 after april 12, 2012

Price is per seminar / symposia (select below) and includes exhibit hall access.

❍ student full conference PacKage

$120 advance Pricing – $150 after april 12, 2012

includes lfi innovation awards ® , any 8 seminars / symposia (select below)

and exhibit hall access. Valid student id reQuired.

seminars

wednesdaY, maY 9, 2012

❑ l12s01

metrics used

in iterative

daylighting design

2:00pm – 3:30pm

❑ l12s04

fundamentals of light

source technologies

2:00pm – 3:30pm

❑ l12s07

an evolution

in efficiency

4:30pm – 6:00pm

thursdaY, maY 10, 2012

❑ l12s09

museums in the

Balance: daylight,

led and conservation

8:30am – 10:00am

❑ l12s12

integrating

lighting control

8:30am – 10:00am

❑ l12s15

a Building in the cloud

10:30am – 12:00pm

❑ l12s18

transforming

a 1980's era office

to all led lighting

2:00pm – 3:30pm

❑ l12s21

sensory enlightenment:

light art &

lighting design

4:30pm – 6:00pm

❑ l12w16

healthcare lighting – responding to the

research, trends and current Practice

2:00pm – 5:00pm

❑ l12s02

commercial Building

energy & green

code requirements

2:00pm – 3:30pm

❑ l12s05

led for roadway,

area and Parking

facility applications

4:30pm – 6:00pm

❑ l12s08

what's new in

lamps and Ballasts

4:30pm – 6:00pm

❑ l12s10

using Bsdf data to

simulate daylight and

energy Performance

8:30am – 10:00am

❑ l12s13

new modeling methods

in daylighting design

10:30am – 12:00pm

❑ l12s16

lighting retrofits:

a Better option now

than ever Before

10:30am – 12:00pm

❑ l12s19

how to use the

doe lighting facts,

resources & tools

2:00pm – 3:30pm

❑ l12s22

regulations & codes –

what's in store for the

lighting industry?

4:30pm – 6:00pm

❑ l12s03

daylighting codes vs.

energy codes:

a changing Paradigm

2:00pm – 3:30pm

❑ l12s06

energy modeling

4:30pm – 6:00pm

❑ l12s11

a guided tour of ssl

area light sources –

Past, Present & future

8:30am – 10:00am

❑ l12s14

application of led

lighting in horticulture

10:30am – 12:00pm

❑ l12s17

lighting 101

2:00pm – 3:30pm

❑ l12s20

through the eyes

of the Beholder

2:00pm – 3:30pm

❑ l12s24

opportunities for daylight harvesting in existing office Buildings

4:30pm – 6:00pm

❑ l12s23

led standards and

measurement methods

4:30pm – 6:00pm

fridaY, maY 11, 2012

❑ l12s25

liberated Pixels

8:30am – 10:00am

❑ l12s28

light, Perception &

health: the effects

of daylight &

electric light on

human well-Being

8:30am – 10:00am

❑ l12s31

taking Plasma lighting

from technology

to application

10:30am – 12:00pm

eXhiBit hall onlY

❑ exhibit hall only ❑ non-exhibiting manufacturer

$75 advance Pricing $250 advance Pricing

$95 after april 12, 2012 $300 after april 12, 2012

❑ student exhibit hall only: free with student id

❑ ViP Pass #: ______________________ free

4

design sYmPosia

thursdaY, maY 10, 2012

❑ l12ds1

healthcare lighting:

cleveland clinic

case study

8:30am – 10:00am

❑ l12ds4

lighting in hospitality interior design

4:30pm – 6:00pm

networKing & sPecial eVents

❑ l12Kl1: Keynote luncheon #1 – (monday, may 7, 12:15pm)

$55 advance / $65 after april 12, 2012

❑ l12Kl2: Keynote luncheon #2 – (tuesday, may 8, 12:15pm)

$55 advance / $65 after april 12, 2012

❑ l12sP1: lfi innovation awards ® (wednesday, may 9, 8:30am –10:00am)

$55 advance / $65 after april 12, 2012

❑ l12sP2: new attendee orientation (wednesday, may 9, 10:00am)

$20 advance / $25 after april 12, 2012 / free for students

❑ l12sP3: lighting education meet & greet

(wednesday, may 9, 11:00am – 12:00pm) complimentary

❑ l12ne1: the nuckolls fund for lighting education luncheon

(wednesday, may 9, 12:15pm – 1:45pm) _____x $60

❑ l12sP5: welcome reception

(wednesday, may 9, 5:00pm – 6:00pm) complimentary

❑ l12sP7: emerging Professionals mixer

(thursday, may 10, 12:15pm – 1:00pm) complimentary

❑ l12ne2: ncQlP lighting certified luncheon

(thursday, may 10, 12:15pm – 1:45pm) _____x $60

❑ l12sP8: show Keynote: ambassador oreck

(thursday, may 10, 3:00pm – 4:00pm) complimentary

❑ l12ne3: iald 29th annual awards dinner

(thursday, may 10, 6:00pm – 12:00am)

(iald / lirc members)_____x $250

(non-members)_____x $350

method of PaYment

❑ check ❑ mastercard ❑ Visa ❑ american express

(Payable to lightfair ® international; payment must be in u.s. dollars

and drawn on a u.s. bank)

amount to charge $________________________________

card number exp. date

cardholder name (print)

Billing address

city state Zip

country / Province / Postal code (if applicable)

cardholder signature

❑ l12s26

lighting design

challenges for net-

Zero energy homes

8:30am – 10:00am

❑ l12s29

a story of daylighting,

PV-Powered led

lights and a Very

large array

10:30am – 12:00pm

❑ l12s32

Bim & integrated

lighting documentation

10:30am – 12:00pm

❑ l12ds2

light spaces

wright Places

10:30am – 12:00pm

❑ l12s27

seeing Beyond cri

8:30am – 10:00am

❑ l12s30

standards and

Programs for the

ssl marketplace

10:30am – 12:00pm

❑ l12ds3

creating

choreographed

experiences:

a sensory exploration

of interiors

2:00pm – 3:30pm


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