Rocky Mountain Lighting Academy 2018 Courses – June 21 – 24
The Rocky Mountain Lighting Academy (RMLA) is proud to announce its 2018 lighting courses. The RMLA Technical Course and the RMLA Design Course are offered concurrently from June 21 – 24.
While participants in both courses will learn the fundamentals of light and vision, visual perception, the IES TM-30 color metrics, light and health, LED systems, the lighting design process and the aesthetics of light, each course will also offer opportunities for in-depth learning in specialized break-out sessions:
The Technical Course offers an intensive hands-on exploration of photometry, optics, and luminaire design software.
The Design Course emphasizes how to develop strong design concepts for interior lighting applications and how to integrate daylighting with electric lighting.
RMLA courses prepare you to excel in your job by providing:
- Actionable knowledge and skills in lighting science and lighting design to boost your capability and productivity
- A curriculum, designed and taught by lighting educators and industry innovators, that balances lecture content with lots of hands-on practical problem solving.
- An interactive and inspiring learning environment in beautiful Boulder, Colorado.
For additional details and registration information, please visit http://www.colorado.edu/rmla/.
Hotel rooms are availalbe for $199 and are under IESALC room block
Technology Meeting Registration:
- Early Registration $715 – Ends August 15, 2018
- Registration $815 – August 16, 2018 to September 26, 2018
- Onsite Registration $915 – After September 26, 2018
We are offering again this year a Special Discount for the second attendee of airport maintenance group.
Please contact Faith Adams, 2018 IESALC Chair with any questions, email@example.com
LEDs are the go to light source for the replacement of existing lamps and luminaires providing a significant reduction in energy and an extended lifespan. LEDs can fit any form factor, and are extremely malleable compared to what we’ve been using in the past. However, dimming LEDs require careful coordination of lamps, drivers and controls to ensure proper performance. The session walks through dimming expectations for LEDs vs. incandescent such as dimming floor, color temperature, and linearity; the most common problems with LED dimming such as power line noise and how to address them. Participants to this webinar are eligible for one (1) IES Continuing Education Unit (CEU).