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Solid State Lighting Sources and Systems (SSL)

November 13, 2018
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers St, Suite 609
New York, NY 10007

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This seminar is an intermediate level course for all those who want to improve their knowledge of solid state lighting.
It is recommended that participants have already completed the IES Fundamentals of Light course, or have comparable experience and knowledge.

At the end of the seminar, participants will be able to:

  • Understand similarities and differences between solid-state lighting and conventional light sources
  • Describe the components of solid-state luminaires
  • Recognize technology issues impacting the performance of a solid-state lighting installation
  • Identify applications particularly suited to solid-state lighting

Scott Hershman, LC, MIES
Executive Vice President of Design & Product Development, LF Illumination LLC
Scott is a leading architectural lighting designer with more than 20 years in the field and several national product lighting awards for his designs, as well as industry recognition from both the IALD and IES. He has worked on a wide range of prestigious projects that includes museums, libraries, hotels, residences, airports, retail, office towers, and more. Scott trained in stage lighting and earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in architectural lighting design from Parsons, where he now teaches a master's degree course in luminaire design. Scott is active in many industry organizations and currently serves the IALD as Co-Chair of Steering Committee for the LIRC.

1.5 CEU or AIA/HSW

Participants should purchase the IES student material for this seminar at the IES Online Bookstore.
A PDF is available for download.
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