(Atlanta, GA) - Offering five days and over 225 hours of educational options, LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL 2004 will again present the world's largest and most comprehensive annual architectural and commercial lighting conference.

November 4, 2004

Contact: Renee Gable (404) 220.2217,
Tiffany Wiederhold (404) 220 -2205,


(Atlanta, GA) - Offering five days and over 225 hours of educational options, LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL 2004 will again present the world's largest and most comprehensive annual architectural and commercial lighting conference. With course levels ranging from General Interest to Intermediate to Masters, it is the most technically challenging lighting education resource available.

The LIGHTFAIR Institute and Seminars have been carefully developed to be complimentary to the Daylighting Institute, offering the most robust and thorough lighting applications conference series ever produced, providing AIA, ASID, IIDA, IESNA, and IFMA accreditation (upon individual association approval). The LIGHTFAIR Institute will be comprised of five Immersion courses, four Masters Courses, and ten Workshops. The Conference Seminars will consist of 27 broad based, in -depth architectural lighting seminars, and will take place simultaneously with the Trade Show, Wednesday, March 31 - Friday, April 2, 2004, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Daylighting Institute Courses, Monday, March 29 - Tuesday, March 30, 2004:

Daylighting Institute course topics and speakers will be announced in November 2003.

LIGHTFAIR Institute Courses, Monday, March 29 - Tuesday, March 30, 2004:

Basic Lighting
Craig Bernecker, The Lighting Education Institute

Intermediate Lighting
Dee Ginthner, University of Minnesota
Stefan Graf, Illuminart
Fred Oberkircher, Texas Christian University

The Luminous Analysis of Architecture
David DiLaura, University of Colorado

AGI32: Recommended Practices for Lighting Simulation
Leora Radetsky, Lighting Analysts

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

Masters Courses, Monday, March 29, 2004:

Ian Lewin on Spectral Effects
Ian Lewin, Lighting Sciences, Inc.

George Brainard on Health
George Brainard, Thomas Jefferson University

Kaoru Mende on Design
Kaoru Mende, Lighting Planners Associates, Inc.

Naomi Miller on The Aging Eye
Naomi Miller, Naomi Miller Lighting Design

Workshops, Tuesday, March 30, 2004:

Energy Codes Update 2004
James Benya, Benya Lighting Design

Daylighting - What You Really NEED to Know
Matthew Tanteri, Tanteri + Associates LLC

The Anatomy of the LED
Kevin Dowling, Color Kinetics
George Mueller, Color Kinetics

Cutting Edge Retrofitting and Relighting
Fred Hauber, Eastern Energy Services, Inc.
Stan Walerczyk, Lighting Wizards

Are the Challenges of Maintenance, Energy and Code Compliance the end of Effective Retail Lighting Design? David Apfel, David Apefel Lighting Design
Megan Carroll, Philips Lighting Company
Ronald Kurtz, Randy Burkett Lighting Design

Speaking Photometrically
Kevin Houser, University of Nebraska -Lincoln

Designing the Green Building…Design for LEED Certified Buildings
Dorene Maniccia, The Watt Stopper
Michael Zeuger, Astorino

LED's Today…Solid State Lighting for Architectural Applications
Ian Ashdown, TIR Systems Ltd.
Grant Harlow, TIR Systems Ltd.
Brent York, TIR Systems Ltd.

Safe Specs: Specifying and Commissioning Controls
Joseph Good, Spectrum Engineers

Lighting Certification: An LC Exam Review Workshop
William Daiber, Lighting Consultant
Fred Oberkircher, Texas Christian University
Thomas Scott, Winona Lighting

Food for Thought - A Gastro -Illuminating Tour
David Singer, Arc Light Design

Seminars, Wednesday, March 31 - Friday, April 2, 2004:

Understanding LEED and the Impact of Lighting on Sustainable Design
Marc Cohen, CTG Energetics, Inc.

Hospitality Lighting…What's Fabulous and Trendy
Babu Shankar, Integrated Lighting Design

LEDs…Innovation, Application, and Product Evolution
Steve Johnson, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Nadarajah Narendran, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Techniques in Architectural Cove Lighting
Peter Ngai, Peerless Lighting

Preserving the Night…A History of Light Pollution, it's Causes, Effects, and Solutions
David Crawford, International Dark Sky Association
Scott Davis, International Dark Sky Association

Bon Appetit…Techniques for Successful Restaurant Lighting Design
David Singer, Arc Light Design

Health Care Providers See the Light and Want the Light
Jill Klores, 2clighting

Lighting and the National Electrical Code
Robert Schentur, Integrated Engineering Consultants, Inc.

Light, Color, and Humans: Light as the link Between Ambience and Humans
Susanne Weber, L + RC

Asian Influence in Design
Lien Chou, Brandston Partners, Inc

The Great Debate…T5 vs. HID
James Benya (Moderator), Benya Lighting Design
John Green, Holophane
David Parkansky, Alanod Aluminum GmbH
Paula Ziegenbein, Osram Sylvania

Daylighting Control
Rick Mistrick, Penn State University
Douglas Paton, The Watt Stopper
Francis Rubinstein, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Creating One Emotion
Paul Gregory, Focus Lighting, Inc

The Ilumination of Glass
James Baney, Schuler & Shook, Inc.
Michael DiBlasi, Schuler & Shook, Inc.
Robert Shook, Schuler & Shook, Inc.

Designing and Implementing an Urban Lighting Master Plan - Beyond Footcandles to Economic Growth
Marc Morfei, Center City District
Sandra Stashik, Grenald Waldron Associates

Designing for Humans
Michael Essers, FU - Berlin
Michael Rohde, L -Plan, Lighting Design

Lighting Software Help Desk
Michael Cassidy, Arup
Matt Franks, Arup

Functional & Friendly: Lighting Design for the Aging
Dawn De Grazio, Holophane

Lamp & Ballast Update 2004
Jim Anderson, Phillips Lighting
Roy Sierleja, GE Lighting
Howard Wolfman, Osram Sylvania

The Art of Light and Space
Nobuho Nagasawa, SUNY Stony Brook University

What's, How's, and Why's of Residential Lighting
Steven Klein, Klein Lighting, LLC

Lighting for Videoconferencing Today
Andrew Beldecos, CDAI Incorporated
Brooke Carter, Domingo Ganzalez Associates
Renee Cooley, Cooley Monato Studio
Lee Hedberg, Engineered Lighting Products
James Yorgey, Lutron

Surfaces and Sources…To Light or Not to Light
Robert Prouse, Brandston Partnership Inc.

How Lighting Can Satisfy, Stimulate, and Motivate
Carol Jones, Battelle / Pacific NW National Laboratory

Roadway Lighting Research Past, Present and Future
Richard Stark, ERS Engineering

Stimulating the Mind…The Impact of Lighting on Learning
Craig Bernecker, The Lighting Education Institute

Love Your Contractor - Partnership in Design Build
Robert Lanteigne, Lighting Designer


• Over 17,500 architectural, engineering, design and end user professionals
• The world's largest architectural and commercial lighting Conference will take place over five days with over 225 hours of education
• The multi -media New Product Showcase & Awards Presentation will feature more products than ever
• Exciting awards ceremonies and the BEST industry association events will coincide with the largest event to date!

LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL is sponsored by the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA). The event is produced and managed by AMC, Inc. For exhibit information, contact Eva Behrendt, Trade Show Manager, at 404 -220 -2218 ( For Conference and Marketing information, contact Tiffany Wiederhold, Conference & Marketing Manager, at 404 -220 -2205 ( Registration information will be available January 2004.


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