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Tuesday, March 18
 

7:00am PDT

EXHIBITOR SET-UP
All exhibitors must have booths set up and ready for display by no later than 11:30 pm.  Preliminary viewing by Press, Platinum Sponsors guests and Docent Walk Thru will begin promplty at 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm.

Show will officially open to general public at 1:00 pm.

Tuesday March 18, 2014 7:00am - 11:30am PDT
EXPO Floor - Metropolitan Ballroom

9:00am PDT

Registration Desk Opens
Tuesday March 18, 2014 9:00am - 7:00pm PDT
2nd floor lobby

11:00am PDT

Using LED in Traditional Sourced Architectural Lighting Applications
Limited Capacity seats available

This presentation is focused at the Interior Designer  to provide a closer look into using LED sourced lighting in interior and exterior spaces.  Following the presentation, a special pre-show tour of the EXPO show floor will be hosted by local Docents from 12:00 - 1:00 pm providing opportunities for session attendees to ask questions and secure answers from manufacturers and Docent hosts.

At the conclusion of the presentation, the attendee will:

1)      Learn several practical ways in which lighting can enhance interior and exterior spaces

2)      Understand six attributes of any lighting system and how to compare alternatives

3)      Observe examples of excellent lighting projects

4)      Realize the advantages that newer LED lighting systems frequently offer the designer

5)      Learn the warning signs of a lighting retrofit that is not necessarily an upgrade

TO REGISTER TO ATTEND - PLEASE GO TO WWW.LEDUCATION.ORG/REGISTRATION


Speakers
avatar for John Selander, LC, LEED® AP, IES

John Selander, LC, LEED® AP, IES

Northeast Regional Sales Manager, The Lighting Quotient
John is the Northeast Regional Sales Manager for The Lighting Quotient. Previously he was Director of Specification Sales for Acuity Brands Lighting. He is has been active in the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America as a member of five sections, and is currently a member... Read More →



Tuesday March 18, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm PDT
Empire East Conf Room

11:00am PDT

PRESS Conference and Pre-show Viewing
Limited Capacity seats available

To request a Press Pass to attend LEDucation, please email Cindy Foster-Warthen at press@cfwevents.com or complete the online Press Pass Request form at the following link:

http://www.leducation.org/press.html

Moderators
avatar for Cindy Foster-Warthen

Cindy Foster-Warthen

Principal, CFW Marketing Communications

Tuesday March 18, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm PDT
DLF Lounge - (Lenox Room)

12:00pm PDT

PRE-SHOW PRIVATE VIEWING for Platinum Sponsor - Mark Architectural Lighting
Limited Capacity seats available

  • PRE-SHOW PRIVATE VIEWING: Platinum Sponsors are provided the opportunity to host invited guests to an early review of the LEDucation show floor prior to general admission opening.  Pre-show access is scheduled for Tuesday, March 18th from 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm.   (all guests must have expo pass) – Limit 50 guests max.

 

Sponsored by:


Sponsors


Tuesday March 18, 2014 12:00pm - 1:00pm PDT
EXPO Floor - Metropolitan Ballroom

1:00pm PDT

LED's Budget Breaker or Project Maker - Financial Considerations of LED Lighting and Installations
Limited Capacity seats available

  • Differentiate and explain the difference between the COST of LED vs the PRICE of LED
  • Calculate key financial metrics for evaluation of an LED project; for non-accountants
  • Understand and explain cash flow projections and the change in Market Value of a property created by an LED installation.
  • Recommend additional streams of financial benefit to improve return of LED projects
  • Identify and explain key non-financial factors in a manner that conveys their importance to a financial decision makers and influencers.



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Speakers
avatar for Jeff Codd

Jeff Codd

Senior Vice President, Wiedenbach Brown
Jeff Codd has spent his 10 year lighting career split between functions in finance/operations and business development.  As Senior Vice President at Wiedenbach Brown, Jeff helps customers develop lighting solutions and services for new construction, replenishment and facilities in... Read More →
avatar for Don McDougall

Don McDougall

Vice President and General Manager, Solid State Capital Services
Don McDougall is the Vice President and General Manager of Solid State Capital Services.  Many of the services and procedures used in the Certification for the EPAct tax deductions were pioneered by him.  This includes the utilization of sampling techniques for larger portfolio... Read More →


Tuesday March 18, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm PDT
Empire East Conf Room

1:00pm PDT

EXPO Floor Opens
Tuesday March 18, 2014 1:00pm - 7:00pm PDT
EXPO Floor - Metropolitan Ballroom

2:30pm PDT

Changing the Outdoor Landscape with LED
Limited Capacity seats available

How Technology has Helped Professionals Overcome Obstacles and Create New Opportunities within the World of Low Voltage Exterior Lighting

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explore LED outdoor lighting design techniques that add depth and create interest for clarity and beauty in the landscape;
  2. Identify the ways in which LED technology has positively impacted low-voltage outdoor lighting costs -- both up-front and over the life of the system -- due to changes in material requirements and installation techniques;
  3. Differentiate energy-consumption calculations of LED outdoor lighting systems versus “traditional” incandescent systems;
  4. Understand how these consumption calculations impact the way in which LED outdoor lighting systems are designed and installed;
  5. Demonstrate The Cabling Efficiency Calculator, a simple yet powerful tool created to help design LED outdoor lighting systems that are safe, efficient and reliable;

 

TO REGISTER TO ATTEND - PLEASE GO TO WWW.LEDUCATION.ORG/REGISTRATION


Speakers
avatar for Darin Ayres

Darin Ayres

National Specification Sales Manager, FX Luminaire
Darin Ayres currently holds the position of National Specification Sales Manager for FX Luminaire, manufacturer of specification-grade, low-voltage outdoor lighting components. His territory includes the lower 48 as well as Canada. Darin has been with FX since February of 2007. Prior... Read More →



Tuesday March 18, 2014 2:30pm - 3:30pm PDT
Empire East Conf Room

3:00pm PDT

Coffee Break
Tuesday March 18, 2014 3:00pm - 4:00pm PDT
DLF Lounge - (Lenox Room)

4:00pm PDT

Innovation - How LED's Have Altered Luminaire Design and Construction
Limited Capacity seats available

Attendees will:

• Understand the fundamental changes in moving from a fluorescent to an LED environment.
• Understand component lifetime and how LEDs have changed the relationship between end-user and manufacturer.
• Understand the aspects of maintaining fixtures that are meant to last decades.
• Understand industry terminology regarding luminaire performance and be able to accurately compare the performance of different luminaires.
• Compare LED and fluorescent light sources using typical interior layouts and using similar fixture vocabulary.

TO REGISTER TO ATTEND - PLEASE GO TO WWW.LEDUCATION.ORG/REGISTRATION

Speakers
avatar for Stephen Blackman

Stephen Blackman

President & Chief Design Officer, BlackJack Lighting
Stephen Blackman is President & Chief Design Officer of Blackjack Lighting Inc. With more than 30 years of experience and a vast portfolio of lighting designs sold by America’s largest lighting manufacturers, Blackman is an industry-leading designer and thinker whose ideas have... Read More →
avatar for Tom Ward, LC, MEIES

Tom Ward, LC, MEIES

Area Vice President, Training and Development, Finelite, Inc., Finelite, Inc.
Tom Ward has more than 30 years experience in the lighting industry including 17 years with Finelite and 18 years with Penn Lighting in Philadelphia where he was an Associate Principal. Mr. Ward has participated with the New York City School Construction Authority to develop best... Read More →


Tuesday March 18, 2014 4:00pm - 5:00pm PDT
Empire East Conf Room

5:00pm PDT

DLFNY Hospitality Reception
The DLFNY is proud to host a one hour cocktail reception for all LEDucation attendees. Come join us on the Expo show floor for some beverages and snacks and mingle with LEDucaiton attendees and exhibitors.

 


Tuesday March 18, 2014 5:00pm - 6:00pm PDT
EXPO Floor - Metropolitan Ballroom
 
Wednesday, March 19
 

9:00am PDT

Registration Desk Opens
Wednesday March 19, 2014 9:00am - 7:00pm PDT
2nd floor lobby

10:00am PDT

Navigating the Shifting Landscape of Lighting Codes and How LED's Can Help
Limited Capacity seats available

  • Classify the differences between lighting codes, standards, and criteria
  • Assess which codes, standards and criteria apply to a given project and learn strategies for building project team consensus on your projects
  • Review recently published energy conservation standards to highlight the impact on code compliance and your design work
  • Identify opportunities to use LEDs for meeting (or surpassing) lighting criteria,
  • Identify and evaluate possible challenges with using evolving LED technology versus legacy lighting technology.

TO REGISTER TO ATTEND - PLEASE GO TO WWW.LEDUCATION.ORG/REGISTRATION


Speakers
avatar for Anne Cheney, LC, LEED®

Anne Cheney, LC, LEED®

Senior Designer, COOLEY MONATO STUDIO
Anne Cheney is a Senior Designer at the Cooley Monato Studio with 18 years design experience in hospitality, retail, museum, transportation, education, landscape, historic renovation, architainment, and event lighting design. And has previous stage lighting design experience for dance... Read More →
avatar for Marty Salzberg

Marty Salzberg

Senior Associate, Cline Bettridge Bernstein Lighting Design
Marty Salzberg is a Senior Associate at Cline Bettridge Bernstein Lighting Design, with over 28 years in lighting design.   She is a Professional Member of the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) where she serves as a member of the Energy & Sustainability Committee... Read More →


Wednesday March 19, 2014 10:00am - 11:00am PDT
Empire East Conf Room

10:00am PDT

EXPO Floor Opens
Wednesday March 19, 2014 10:00am - 7:00pm PDT
EXPO Floor - Metropolitan Ballroom

11:45am PDT

LEDucation Lunch hosted by the DLF
For attendees that dont want to miss any action or events during Wednesdays show, feel free to join us in the DLF Lounge for lunch.  Proudly sponsored by the DLFNY.


Wednesday March 19, 2014 11:45am - 1:15am PDT
DLF Lounge - (Lenox Room)

12:30pm PDT

Flicker Buzz and Color Change - the Crazy World of LED Dimming and Control
Limited Capacity seats available

CONTROLLING LEDS

 

5 things you'll learn (for AIA credit)

  • How LEDs work, understanding the basics
  • How LEDs dim, different approaches
  • What happens when LEDs dim – color, dimming curve, flicker, efficiency, life
  • Matchmaking – how to get LEDs, drivers, fixtures and dimmers to work well together
  • Application review – common application do's and don'ts

Abstract:

How do I make sure my LED lighting can be controlled like I want?  Why won't they dim? Why are they flickering? Controlling LEDs can be complicated, with more things to know and be concerned about than dimming other light sources. Our panel of experts will help you understand the issues and learn how to get your LED lighting under control.

 

TO REGISTER TO ATTEND - PLEASE GO TO WWW.LEDUCATION.ORG/REGISTRATION


Moderators
avatar for Gary Dulanski

Gary Dulanski

President, The Dulanski Group Inc.
• Founder and President of The Dulanski Group, a manufacturer's representativeagency covering the metropolitan New York area for lighting and lighting controlequipment.• Over 30 years of experience in the lighting industry, starting as a distributorcounterman during college. With... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Natalia Lupacheva

Natalia Lupacheva

Applications Engineer, ETC
Natalia has worked at ETC in the Applications Engineering department for six years and spends a good deal of time performing compatibility testing between ETC’s Architectural Control Systems and other manufacturer’s LED luminaires and drivers. Prior to ETC, she spent five years... Read More →
avatar for Greg Smith

Greg Smith

Director of Sales/Product Development, Tivoli, LLC
Greg Smith is currently the Director of Business and Product Development for Tivoli, LLC. Smith is an expert in the LED lighting industry with over 20 years experience. Smith has held many significant executive management, sales, marketing and product development positions during... Read More →


Wednesday March 19, 2014 12:30pm - 2:00pm PDT
Empire East Conf Room

2:30pm PDT

What NGL Tells Us About the State of the Arts in LED Luminaires
Limited Capacity seats available

Learning Points AIA and CEU Credits:

(1)   Help lighting designers and Specifiers learn how to effectively assess LED luminaires based on the evaluation criteria and methods developed over the last 5 years of NGL judging competitions.

(2)   Help Specifiers understand what documentation to look for and why when trying to find high performance LED luminaires.

(3)   Help participants learn to assess tradeoffs between efficiency and quality when evaluating LED products.

(4)   Help participants understand how current LEDs compare to other traditional sources.

(5)   Help attendees gauge the progress of LED luminaire development by reviewing NGL products from the inception of the competition in 2008.

 

TO REGISTER TO ATTEND - PLEASE GO TO WWW.LEDUCATION.ORG/REGISTRATION

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Speakers
avatar for Craig A. Bernecker, Ph.D., FIESNA, LC

Craig A. Bernecker, Ph.D., FIESNA, LC

Professor in the Masters of Fine Arts in Lighting Design program, Parsons The New School for Design
Craig A. Bernecker, Ph.D., FIESNA, LC, is founder of The Lighting Education Institute (LEI), an educational initiative focusing primarily on lighting education for professionals in the lighting and buildings industry.   Dr. Bernecker is also a professor in the Masters of Fine Arts... Read More →
avatar for Ruth Taylor

Ruth Taylor

Program Manager, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Ruth Taylor currently serves as a project manager on the Advanced Lighting Team at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) where she contributes to a number of projects focused on the application and development of solid-state lighting (SSL). She began her career at PNNL... Read More →



Wednesday March 19, 2014 2:30pm - 3:30pm PDT
Empire East Conf Room

4:00pm PDT

Lighting for the Future of Healthcare -- Patient Room 2020
Limited Capacity seats available

CASE STUDY: PATIENT ROOM 2020

Striving to improve the patient experience and optimize caregiver performance, Christian Rae Studio collaborated with NXT Health and more than 35 service and product providers to design Patient Room 2020, a next-generation inpatient care environment.  The designers and suppliers involved with the project donated services and products to create an environment that will solve some of the greatest challenges facing healthcare design and delivery now and into the future. 

Lighting in a patient room reaches far beyond visibility concoerns.  It can help to create a safe, streamlined, restorative and engaging environment for patients and families. 

1. Learn how LED lighting and controls can create positive distractions, and soothe pain for patients

2. Learn how LED lighting can help maintain circadian rythms for patients & staff 

3. Learn how lighting can integrate with architecture and technology to take on many characteristics in this space.  

4. Learn how lighting and controls can assist in infection control.

5. Learn how LED lighting can assist doctors and nurses better diagnose patients

 

TO REGISTER TO ATTEND - PLEASE GO TO WWW.LEDUCATION.ORG/REGISTRATION


Speakers
avatar for RACHEL CALEMMO, LC,LEED® AP

RACHEL CALEMMO, LC,LEED® AP

Principal of Lighting Design, Christian Rae Studio, LLC
Lighting Designer, Rachel Calemmo, orchestrates light, color, materials and space to create visually appealing environments which ease the demands of modern life and rejuvenate the soul. An Interior Design graduate of Philadelphia University, Rachel engages all aspects of project... Read More →


Wednesday March 19, 2014 4:00pm - 5:00pm PDT
Empire East Conf Room

5:00pm PDT

DLFNY Hospitality Reception
The DLFNY is proud to host a one hour cocktail reception for all LEDucation attendees. Come join us on the Expo show floor for some beverages and snacks and mingle with LEDucaiton attendees and exhibitors.

 


Wednesday March 19, 2014 5:00pm - 6:00pm PDT
EXPO Floor - Metropolitan Ballroom