IES Event Calendar

The IES has an active calendar that includes multiple opportunities to network and socialize with industry peers. Browse educational courses as well as various society and section events. To keep abreast with our upcoming events follow the calendar below. To Save on fees and learn more about the benefits of membership, click here.

Webinar: Dynamic Lighting Tunable Color, Circadian and Color Changing

IES Albany Section

The IES Albany Section is proud to present our January 2021 virtual AIA Presentation, Dynamic Lighting; Tunable Color, Circadian and Color Changing, presented by Jen Nekuda, PE, Controls Sales Engineer with H.E. Williams Inc. DESCRIPTION: Dynamic lighting, also known as tunable, color-changing, and circadian lighting, is being adopted and employed in current lighting designs. There are many studies showing the benefits of dynamic lighting in built environments. Early adopters have seeded the market and several lighting manufacturers now employ some level…


Webinar: Illumination Award Winning Project Presentation Chimelong Headquarters Building

IES Orange County Section

Chip Israel from Lighting Design Alliance (LDA) will be giving an in-Depth presentation on their 2020 Illumination award winning Project Chimelong Headquarters Building THIS PRESENTATION WILL BE VIRTUAL. A ZOOM LINK WILL BE EMAILED TO REGISTRANTS THE MORNING OF THE EVENT About the Speaker: Chip Israel has been a lighting designer for over 35 years. In 1992, he founded LIGHTING DESIGN ALLIANCE, a full-service architectural lighting design firm, where he built a highly-select team of lighting design professionals who now…

$5 – $10

Virtual Cooking Party

IES Chicago Section

Cheryl Knecht Munoz of Sugar Beet Schoolhouse will teach us how to make hand rolled Ricotta Gnocchi and a Simple Tomato Sauce for the perfect comfort meal on a winter work night. Show off your kids and pets. Show us your terrible or marvelous kitchens. Show off your lighting at home IES Chicago Community! Grab the recipe HERE, buy the ingredients, and let's cook a great meal together.

Virtual Tour of 2020 Lumen Award-Winning Project

IES New York City Section

Join Brett Andersen and other members of the Focus Lighting design team as they take us on a virtual tour of the Lumen Award of Merit-winning Royal Caribbean Terminal at PortMiami The inspiration for the lighting design was the image of two ships passing in the night and comes to life by showcasing the building’s bold, geometric forms and subtle storytelling. Programming allows the terminal to display unique color compositions for special events, but on most nights viewers see the…


IES Milwaukee’s After Holiday Party!

IES Milwaukee Section

Trivia Night hosted by Milwaukee's own Quizmasters!! Happy Hour starts at 6:30pm / Trivia starts at 7:00pm The more, the merrier, so ask family & friends to join your team! Socialize after event Gift card PRIZES for top 3 teams! $100 first prize $75 second prize $50 third prize Cost: $10 for professionals / $5 for family, friends & students Hope to see you for a fun night of trivia with IES Milwaukee!

$5 – $10

Empathetic Lighting: An Industry Snapshot of Material Transparency & Practices

IES Boston Section

Please join the IES Boston and Rhode Island section for a panel discussion on material transparency and industry sustainability practices. The architectural industry has made large strides in the last 5-10 years in its sustainable product offerings, building practices, cleaner materials, and regenerative ideals. But where does this leave the lighting industry? While some may bring up the substantial reductions in energy usage with LED technology, we must pause and ask ourselves if better efficiency and lower wattage are enough.…


IES Fundamentals of Lighting Course

IES St. Louis Section

This Course is approved for 2 IES CEUs, 20 USGBC CE hours and 2 AIA LUs with Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) credit and 20 pdhs.

$125 – $250

Webinar: Current Research on Roadway and Outdoor Lighting Application

IES Seattle Section

Discover the latest findings on the application of lighting on the roadway and outdoor lighting. Consideration of safety, user-health impact, environmental impacts, energy usage, and public perception will all be considered. Trade-offs between these sometimes competing considerations will be discussed. SPEAKER: Ronald Gibbons, PhD, Virginia Tech We are pleased to bring Ron Gibbons Ph.D. is the Director of the Center for Infrastructure Based Safety Systems (CIBSS) at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI). He is the Institute’s lead lighting research…


IESOC Fundamentals of Lighting Course (FOL) 2021

IES Orange County Section
The Center Light & Technology 3340 E. La Palma Ave., Anaheim

This is a comprehensive seven module program divided over the course of 3 days.