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Illuminating Engineering Society Presents: LED Lighting–What’s Next?
January 20, 2016 @ 5:15 pm - 7:30 pm EST$30.00
Our lighting community may cease to exist in its current form as SSL is assimilated into other building products. Jeff Bezos said recently that he sells compact discs because some customers still prefer artifacts. The stand alone fixture and lamp model will be an artifact when lighting becomes an integrated component of the building architecture providing intuitive and adaptive light from flooring, walls, windows, desk surfaces and ceiling materials using communication signals, audio and video in some or all of these integrated solutions. Industries are aligning and trajectories of change are converging. What remains alarming is the velocity of change toward a strange new world facing both lighting professionals and users. Color tunable LED lighting and applications, IoT, OLED’s, white lasers and more are poised to dissolve our industry as we know it. With change comes opportunity but only for those who understand and can prepare.
Presenter: Mark Lien LC, CLEP, CLMC, HBDP, LEED BD&C
Mark has designed lighting systems for a wide range of applications including residential, retail, healthcare and both conventional and nuclear power plants. He has provided lighting education, presenting and teaching throughout North America, Asia and the Middle East. Mark has served on the Board of Directors of the Illuminating Engineering Society. he is a member of multiple IES, NEMA, ALA and ASHRAE Committees. He is a columnist for Lighting Design and Application Magazine writing on the Forces of Change in our industry. Mark serves as Chair of the NEMA Light Source Committee and Vice-Chair of the National Lighting Bureau.
He has attained the Lighting Certified (LC) designation from NCQLP and is a Certified Lighting Efficiency Professional (CLEP) with the Association of Energy Engineers. In addition Mark is a Certified Lighting Management Consultant (CLMC) with NALMCO and is a LEED Accredited Professional BD&C. He has attained the High-Performance Building Design Professional (HBDP) certification from ASHRAE. Mark ran the educational centers for both Cooper and Hubbell Lighting and is currently the Director of Government & Industry Relations for OSRAM SYLVANIA in Danvers, MA.
5:15 – Registration
5:30 -Open Bar and Networking
6:00 – Dinner
6:30 – 7:30 Presentation