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: UV-C Germicidal Products – Regulatory Requirements in Canada

IES Toronto Section

In the face of a global pandemic, germicidal UV luminaires utilizing a UV-C technology offers a layer of disinfection against bacteria, viruses, and fungal spores. Air and surface disinfection can play an important role in a broad range of applications, such as schools, offices, industry, (food) retail and museums.


Webinar: Current Trends in Outdoor Lighting

IES Calgary Section

SPEAKER: James Solecki James Solecki has been involved in the lighting industry since the ripe old age of 14; getting his feet wet and catching the lighting bug while managing stage and live event lighting gigs. He went on to found INTEGRA Bespoke Lighting in 1999 growing it into one of Ontario’s leading outdoor lighting companies. Focused on providing residential and commercial properties with green, environmentally friendly and dark sky friendly lighting systems James carved a niche in the lighting…

$10 – $20

Webinar: A Second Language of Light

IES Education

We are all in sales of some kind. Designers sell ideas and concepts that require the sale of light fixtures. Engineers lay out precise solutions that require the purchase of product and the labor of installation.

Free – $20

Webinar: Flicker Metrics and other Quandries

IES Seattle Section

This talk will address why LEDs are more prone to flicker than conventional sources, how to spot flicker, and how to avoid it.


Webinar: Top 10 (Surprising!) Things That Impact Lighting

IES Nashville Section

This presentation is taken straight from real-life past project experiences, and all the times a designer said something like, "Oh, I didn't know dark maroon walls, plus black floors and ceilings were going to impact the lighting."