2005 LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE TOPICS AND SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED

(Atlanta, GA) - Offering five days and more than 190 hours of educational options, LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL 2005 will again present the world's largest and most comprehensive annual architectural and commercial lighting Conference.

(Atlanta, GA) - Offering five days and more than 190 hours of educational options, LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL 2005 will again present the world's largest and most comprehensive annual architectural and commercial lighting Conference. With course levels ranging from Basic to Intermediate to Masters, it is the most technically challenging lighting education resource available.


The 2005 Conference will feature dynamic Keynote Speakers during the LIGHTFAIR Daylighting Institute and LIGHTFAIR Institute programs on Sunday, April 10, and Monday, April 11. William McDonough of William McDonough + Partners will address the luncheon on Monday, April 11, which will be co -sponsored by MechoShade and Philips Lighting Company. An exciting speaker for the Keynote Luncheon on Sunday will be announced soon!

Course options have been carefully developed to cover a wide array of the most relevant topics in the industry and provide AIA, ASID, IIDA, IESNA, and IFMA accreditation (upon individual association approval). Choose from among the fifteen Daylighting Institute courses; five two -day Institute courses; four Masters courses, eleven Workshops; or one of twenty -eight Seminars. LIGHTFAIR Daylighting Institute courses and LIGHTFAIR Institute courses, including Masters and Workshops, will be held Sunday, April 10 - Monday, April 11, 2005. Seminars will take place with the Trade Show, Tuesday, April 12 - Thursday, April 14, 2005, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York.

LIGHTFAIR Daylighting Institute Courses, Sunday, April 10 - Monday, April 11, 2005:

Why Daylight Matters
Lisa Heschong, Heschong Mahone Group

Fundamentals Course
Rick Mistrick, Penn State University

Overview of Best Practices
Greg Franta, ENSAR Group

Toplighting
David Weigand, New Buildings Institute

Retail
Victor Olgyay, ENSAR Group
Nancy Clanton, Clanton & Associates

Sidelighting
Joel Loveland, Seattle Daylighting Lab

Universities & Libraries
Victor Olgyay, ENSAR Group
David Eijadi, The Weidt Group

Selection and Installation of Daylighting Controls
Russ Leslie, Lighting Research center
Andrew Bierman, Lighting Research Center

Educational Facilities (K -12)
Greg Ander, Southern California Edison
Jim Benya, Benya Lighting Design

Natural Light and Health
Mark Rea, Lighting Research Center
Mariana Figueiro, Lighting Research Center

Lessons Learned
Abby Vogen, The Energy Center of Wisconsin

Technology: Toplighting Photometrics/Skycalculations
Jon McHugh, Heschong Mahone Group, Inc.

New York Times Project
Glenn Hughes, The New York Times
Eleanor Lee, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Active Daylighting Systems: Sunlight Inside Initiative
Jeff Muhs, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Integrated Design
Dean Evans, New Jersey Institute of Technology


LIGHTFAIR Institute Courses, Sunday, April 10 - Monday, April 11, 2005:

Basic Lighting
Kevin Houser, University of Nebraska

Intermediate Lighting
Craig Bernecker, The Lighting Education Institute

AGI32: Recommended Practices for Lighting Simulation (Beginner)
David Speer, Lighting Analysts

AGI32: Recommended Practices for Lighting Simulation (Intermmediate)
Leora Radetsky, Lighting Analysts

Lumen Designer: Recommended Practices for Lighting Simulation
Lance Livingston, Lighting Technologies


Masters Courses, Sunday, April 10, 2005:

Murdoch on Math
Joe Murdoch, University of New Hampshire

Benya on Maximizing Sustainability
Jim Benya, Benya Lighting Design


Masters Courses, Monday, April 11, 2005:

Bob Levin on Color
Dr. Bob Levin, Osram Sylvania Inc.

DiLaura on Advanced Topics in Illuminating Engineering
David DiLaura, University of Colorado


Workshops, Monday, April 11, 2005:

Becoming a LEED™ Accredited Professional
Greg Franta, ENSAR Group

Speaking Photometrically
Greg Subisak, Holophane

Energy and Environmental Codes
William Attardi, Attardi Marketing
Willard Warren, Willard L. Warren Assoc.

LED Technology
Keith Scott, Lumileds Lighting
James Stratford, Universal Science
Scott Grzenda, Fraen Lighting
Dr. James Gaines, Advance Transformer
Grant Harlow, TIR Systems

Exterior Lighting of Urban Spaces
Pedro Garza, Mantenimiento Arquitectonico Integral

Lighting of Educational Facilities
Nancy Clanton, Clanton & Associates

Lighting Certification: An LC Exam review
Tom Scott, Winona Lighting, NCQLP Past President
William Daiber, NCQLP Exam Committee Chair
Fred Oberkircher, TCU Center for Lighting Education, NCQLP Board Member

Videoteleconferencing
Renee Cooley, Cooley Monato Studios
C. Brooke Carter, Domingo Gonzalez Associates
Jim Yorgey, Lutron
Lee Hedberg, Engineered Lighting Products
Andrew Beldecos, CDAI Incorporated


LEDs with Architectural Applications: Wallwashing
Keith Scott, Lumileds Lighting
Ann Reo, io Lighting
Grant Harlow, TIR Systems
Dr. Kevin Dowling, Color Kinetics
Jeffrey Gerwin, SmithGroup
Duilio Passariello, Lighting Designer

Residential Lighting
Speaker to be Determined

Daylighting Best Practices
Lisa Heschong, Heschong Mahone Group


Seminars, Tuesday, April 12 - Thursday, April 14, 2005:

Daylighting: A European Approach
Helmut Koester, Koester Lichtplanung (Lighting Design)

Healing Environments
Naomi Johnson Miller, Naomi Miller Lighting Design
Leslie North, OWP/P Engineers

LEDs…Innovation, Application, and Product Evolution
Kevan Shaw, Kevan Shaw Lighting Design

Daylighting & Electric Lighting Integration
Dorene Maniccia, The Watt Stopper
Naomi Johnson Miller, Naomi Miller Lighting Design

Bright Lights, Big City
To be Determined by NY IES Section

Light, Sight and the Senses
Dale Tiller, University of Omaha

Beyond Footcandles: Capturing the True Efficiency of White Light
Craig Bernecker, The Lighting Education Center

Lamp and Ballast Update 2005
Howard Wolfman, Osram Sylvania - ECS
Tom Bosworth, Advance Transformer/Philips Lighting Co.
Roy Sierleja, G E Consumer & Industrial Products

Color in Lighting Design
Dawn Hollingsworth, Visual Terrain
Brad Hutchinson, TIR Systems

Light: Discovery, Spirit and Consequences
William Warfel, Warfel Schrager Architectural Lighting, LLC

Landscape Lighting Design
Robert Lanteigne, Lightbob.com

Lighting of Surfaces and Textures
Glenn Shrum, Ziger/Snead
Nelson Jenkins, Thompson and Sears Lighting

Lighting Elements of the LEED™ Green Building Rating System
Barbara Erwine, Paladino & Company
Mark Frankel, Paladino & Company

Watts in Store: Retail Lighting
Leslie Davis, Auerbach Glasow Lighting Consultants
Larry French, Auerbach Glasow Lighting Consultants

Techniques for Teaching Lighting
Fred Oberkircher, Texas Christian University
Mark Roush, Dialight

Casino Lighting: It`s Not Just Las Vegas Anymore
Chip Israel, Lighting Design Alliance

Demystifying Lighting Control Protocols
Leslie Davis, Auerbach Glasow Lighting Consultants
Howard Wolfman, Osram Sylvania - ECS
Richard Miller, RNM Engineering, Inc.
Francis Rubinstein, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Stephen Treado, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Portable Design
Carrie Knowlton, eLumit inc. / Horton Lees Brogden Lighting Design
Gary Dulanski, The Dulanski Group
Lance Livingston, Lighting Technologies Inc.
Chris McQuillan, ERCO Lighting, Inc.
Denise Fong, Candela

A History of Light and Design in the 20th Century
Robert Prouse, Brandston Partnership Inc.

Fęte de la Lumičre de Lyon
Vincent Laganier, Architecte Eclairagiste Rédacteur

Emerging HID Technologies
John Cummings, Advance Transformer Company
Manuel Oomen, Philips Lighting Company
Helen Diemer, The Lighting Practice, Inc.

Looking at Lighting
Julle Oksanen, Julle Oksanen Lighting Design Ltd
Philip Gabriel, Gabriel/design

Perspectives on Period Lighting
Bo Sullivan, Rejuvenation

Material Things
Ray Yeager, Holophane

Lux Libris
Gregory C. Hansen, Balzhiser & Hubbard

Measuring the True Value of Light
Randy Burkett, Randy Burkett Lighting Design, Inc.

Lighting and Codes: Staying ahead of the Regulators
Joseph Good, Spectrum Engineers

Lighting for Museums as Cultural Icons
Mary Claire Frazier, Candela



LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL 2005 Facts at a Glance:

• Over 20,000 architectural, engineering, design and end -user professionals
• Our largest Conference ever - more than 190 hours of CEU -accredited Institutes, Workshops, and Seminars, covering the topics most relevant to your business and conducted by the industry's top names, including exciting Keynote Luncheon speakers!
• More than 650 manufacturers in over 1,500 booths, showcasing the latest product innovations, technological advancements, and design solutions by the world's leading manufacturers
• New Product Showcase & Awards Presentation, featuring the industry's newest product introductions and the trends of tomorrow
• Networking events, bringing together the world's foremost architects, engineers, designers, manufacturers, and end -users


LIGHTFAIR Daylighting InstituteSM, Sunday, April 10 - Monday, April 11, 2005
LIGHTFAIR InstituteSM, Sunday, April 10 - Monday, April 11, 2005
Trade Show & Conference, Tuesday, April 12 - Thursday, April 14, 2005


LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL is sponsored by the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) and the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD). The event is produced and managed by AMC, Inc. For exhibit information, contact April McAllister, Sales Manager, at 404 -220 -2004 (aprilm@lightfair.com). For Conference and Marketing information, contact Lauren McGarity, Conference & Marketing Coordinator, at 404 -220 -2221 (laurenm@lightfair.com).

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