Aug 15, 2016

2022 IES Annual Conference

Conference dates: Aug 18 – 20th 2022
Location: Hilton New Orleans Riverside
2 Poydras St, New Orleans, LA 70130

Theme

The theme for the 2022 IES Annual Conference is Lighting the Way. This year’s IES Annual Conference theme focuses on leadership both in the lighting community and by the lighting community. The world around us continues to change in unexpected ways, and lighting professionals are at the forefront of those changes. Through research, code changes, technology advancements and more, lighting professionals are leading the way in this rapidly evolving world, and are dedicated to influencing it for the better.

Congratulations to Our 2022 Award Recipients

Congratulations to Our 2022 IES Illumination Awards Recipients.

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Congratulations to Our 2022 Society Technical and Service Achievement Award Recipients:

MEDAL AWARD: Dr. George “Bud” Brainard 

LOUIS B. MARKS AWARD: Kim Mercier

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD: Robert Cilic, Michelle Prew, Mark Roush, Lisa Reed, and Ardra Zinkon

FELLOW DESIGNATION: Cameron Miller, and Erik Page

PRESIDENTIAL AWARD: Cheryl English, Antonio Garza, Rita Harrold, and Kathie Leslie

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2022 CONFERENCE AGENDA

Workshop

8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Emerging Professionals Workshop

This workshop is included for all EP Registered Attendees.
Pre-Registration is required.

SESCO Lighting

EP Workshop Sponsor

Workshop

8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Leadership Forum

The IES Leadership Forum is traditionally a full day in-person program, designed by the IES Leadership Forum Committee.
Pre-Registration is required.

Landscape Forms

Leadership Forum Sponsor

Meetings

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Technical Committee Meetings

Technical committees are responsible for the creation and oversight of a technical document(s). Members of technical committees are individuals who have a recognized proficiency or interest in a specific field.

Awards

5:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Illumination Awards Reception/Gala/After Party

The IES Illumination Awards program recognizes individuals for professionalism, ingenuity, and originality in lighting design based on the individual merit of each entry.
Pre-Registration is required.

Break

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

Breakfast

Greetings

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM

Morning Session

Welcome to the 2022 IES Annual Conference. 

Location: Grand Ballroom B/C

Opening Event

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Keynote Address

The Color of Desire

Adam Rogers is the author of Full Spectrum: How the Science of Color Made Us Modern  

Location: Grand Ballroom B/C

Speaker

Adam Rogers
Adam Rogers

Senior Tech Correspondent, Insider, Inc.

ETC Connect

Keynote Sponsor

Seminars

10:15 AM – 11:15 AM

Educational Sessions

  • Call for Collective – An Open Forum for Change

    Location: Marlborough A

  • Innovating the Lighting Design Process: Computational Tools to Illuminate and Empower Architecture

    Location: Marlborough B

  • The Utopia of Darkness and Lighting: After we get the stars back

    Location: Prince of Wales

Speakers

Elizabeth Williams – Illuminart
Nathan Sharnas – SmithGroup 
Patrick McBride – SmithGroup
Mat Nosek – SmithGroup
Jane Slade – Spec-Lines
Amardeep M Dugar – Lighting Research and Design

Session

10:15 AM – 11:15 AM

Paper Sessions

  • Applying Curve-Fitting Correction for Non-Linear Dimming Response of LED
    Location: Churchill B
  • Temporal Light Modulation Waveform Generation, Distortion, and Correction
    Location: Churchill B
  • Comparison of UVC light disinfection versus enhanced liquid disinfection practices on high-touch surfaces during the COVID19 Pandemic
    Location: Churchill C
  • Towards More Consistency in Reporting the Properties of Upper Room Germicidal Ultraviolet Installations
    Location: Churchill C

Speakers

Rugved Kore – Pennsylvania State University
Dorukalp Durmus – Pennsylvania State University
Eduardo Rodriguez-feo Bermudez – PNNL
Lia Irvin – PNNL
Steve Reinecke – Proximity Systems
Belal Abboushi – PNNL

Seminars

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Educational Sessions

  • Adapting The Past To An LED Future
    Location: Marlborough A
  • Health and Wellness Lighting and Energy Efficiency Converge
    Location: Marlborough B
  • Understanding Solar Lighting
    Location: Prince of Wales

Speakers

Ryan Stockton – New Grand Light, LLC
Robert Soler – BIOS Lighting 
Sandra Stashik – Selux
Nancy Clanton – Clanton & Associates, Inc.
AJ Pualani – Selux
David Schmitt – Clanton & Associates

Session

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Paper Sessions

  • Assessing the accuracy of emerging lighting simulation tools: Predicting spectral power distribution

    Location: Churchill B

  • Advancements in daylight modeling for visual and non-visual effects

    Location: Churchill B

  • Is my smart light smart enough? A preliminary text-mining analysis of reviews on smart light devices

     Location: Churchill C

  • Integrative Solid-State Lighting & Heating: An Application Case Study of Self-De-Icing LED Signal

    Location: Churchill C

Speakers

Robert Davis – PNNL
Sarah Safranek – PNNL
Taoning Wang – Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Giorgia Chinazzo – Northwestern University
Hongyi Cai – University of Kansas

Break

12:15 PM – 2:00 PM

Lunch / General Session

Seminars

2:15 PM – 3:15 PM

Educational Sessions

  • Tracking Developments in Connected Lighting Systems
    Location: Marlborough B
  • How to Avoid Common Visual Issues in an Operating Room
    Location: Prince of Wales

Speakers

Nick Albert – Chromatic 
Ruth Taylor – PNNL
Dan Blitzer – Practical Lighting Workshop
Richard Wyton – Kurtzon

Session

2:15 PM – 3:15 PM

Paper Sessions

  • Wearable light loggers: a review of analysis procedures and application in a health care facility

    Location: Churchill B

  • Energy Impacts of Human Health and Wellness Recommendations Considering Daylight and Electric Light

    Location: Churchill B

  • In-Situ Assessment of Approaches to Germicidal Ultraviolet Disinfection

     Location: Churchill C

  • Revising Germicidal Ultraviolet Irradiation Devices From Users’ Perspectives

    Location: Churchill C

Speakers

Belal Abboushi – PNNL
Sarah Safranek – PNNL
Bob Davis – PNNL
Craig Bernecker – Parsons School of Design

Session

3:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Progress Report

Presentation of this years accepted products and innovations submissions.

Reception

5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Tabletop Reception & Exhibits

View the latest products from lighting manufacturers.

Networking

6:30 PM – 9:00 PM

NOLA Scavenger Hunt

 

Break

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

Breakfast

Greetings

8:30 AM – 9:00 AM

Morning Session

Location: Grand Ballroom B/C

Session

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Keynote Address

Phototects Light the Way

The think tank PhoScope (Gk. photo “light,”skopos “aim”) takes a “socio-photocentric” stance on the built environment to advance the practice, education and critical study of light. Reclaiming the Greek etymology of light, PhoScope also redefines and repositions the lighting design discipline as Phototecture (Gk. tektōn “builder”): its neologisms serve as a manifesto and are woven into all of its initiatives. Over the years, the nonprofit has become an experimental platform to pursue technical and social innovation and critical study through research and projects.
Works presented include the charitable global solar lighting initiative “Light Reach” – with ongoing programs in Puerto Rico and Lebanon; “Dermaphotor” – which questions and resolves our industry’s pervasive bias towards fair skin; and “Phomo Sapiens,” – whose evolved vision substitutes for today’s lighting devices and optics needed by our seeing bodies.
As it pushes visual and technical boundaries to investigate minimal and ecological lighting solutions, PhoScope seeks to empower wide new audiences with lighting knowledge and best practices, and to scaffold a new agency for pivotal change and social justice in lighting.
Location: Grand Ballroom B/C 

Speaker

Nathalie Rozot
Nathalie Rozot

President, CEO, PhoScope

Landscape Forms

Keynote Sponsor

Seminars

10:15 AM – 11:15 AM

Educational Sessions

  • Lark 2.0 – a simulation tool to support the design of healthy indoor environments
    Location: Marlborough A
  • Identifying when emergency or egress lighting actually required
    Location: Marlborough B
  • Light and emotions: the importance of context
    Location: Prince of Wales

Speakers

Clotilde Pierson – Oregon State University 
Samuel Haberman – Alvine Engineering
Orquidea Vara – Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Session

10:15 AM – 11:15 AM

Paper Sessions

  • Quantification of Perceived Spatial Brightness Relevant to Interior Reflectance and Light Distribution
    Location: Churchill B
  • Comparing perceptions of web-based 2D perspective and 360-degree navigable images with measurements from a physical space and a virtual reality headset
    Location: Churchill B
  • The benefits of 3D printed antennas in connected lighting systems
    Location: Churchill C
  • Investigating current and temperature dependencies of UV-A light-emitting diodes
    Location: Churchill C

Speakers

An Hsu – Parsons, School of Constructed Environments 
Craig Bernecker – Parsons School of Design
Robert Davis – PNNL
Akila Udage – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Sachintha DeVas Gunawardena – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Indika Perera – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Seminars

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Educational Sessions

  • Beyond Diversity: Making an Honest Effort Toward Equity and Inclusion
    Location: Marlborough A
  • Seeing UGR Clearly: A Study on Background and Application Use of UGR
    Location: Marlborough B
  • How Can BIM Deliver on its Promise?
    Location: Prince Of Wales

Speakers

Alana Shepard – Intangible Light 
Harold Jepsen – Legrand North & Central America
Melissa Ricketts – Acuity Brands
James Gaines – Signify
Michael Poplawski – PNNL
Star Davis – Focal Point

Session

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Paper Sessions

  • Dining in the Dark: Mesopic Vision and Visual Food Experience
    Location: Churchill B
  • Repurposing Lighting: Maximizing Efficiency, Improving Quality, Minimizing Waste and Improving Accessibility
    Location: Churchill B
  • New Flicker Research Results and How to Fix It
    Location: Churchill C
  • Glare Perception in Outdoor Sports Lighting Applications: A Field Study
    Location: Churchill C

Speakers

Craig Bernecker – Parsons School of Design
Naomi Miller – PNNL
Wangyang Song – Penn State University
Dorukalp Durmus – Penn State University
Yuwei Wang – Penn State University

Session

12:30 PM – 2:30 PM

Lunch / Closing Session / Game Show 

Seminar

2:15 PM – 3:15 PM

Educational Session

  • Why the Lighting Industry Needs To Stop Talking to Itself and Start Talking to the Public
    Location: Marlborough A

Speaker

JP Bedell – Delivered Lumens

Session

2:15 PM – 3:15 PM

Paper Sessions

  • Outcomes from a tunable lighting office feasibility study: What worked and what didn’t?
    Location: Churchill B
  • Window View Quality: Assessment framework, ongoing efforts, and future research needs
    Location: Churchill B
  • Investigating Lighting Design for Improved Alertness
    Location: Churchill C

Speakers

Jessica Collier – PNNL 
Naomi Miller – PNNL 
Eduardo Rodriguez-Feo Bermudez – PNNL
Won hee Ko – New Jersey Institute of Technology
Alexander Price – Air Force Institute of TechnologY

Workshops

2:15 PM – 5:15 PM

Educational Workshops

  • Designing with Luminance and Exitance

    Location: Churchill A1

  • Digital Design Tools to Enhance Productivity and Presentation Panache

    Location: Churchill A2

Speaker

Craig Bernecker – Parson’s School of Design
Emlyn Altman – DLR Group 
Travis Taulie – DLR Group

Seminar

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Educational Session

  • Strategies for Achieving Life Cycle Goals
    Location: Marlborough A

Speaker

Alexandra Gadawski – HMFH Architects
DATE TIME TOPIC
Thursday, August 18 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM Registration Desk Open
Thursday, August 18 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM EP WORKSHOP
This workshop is included for all EP Registered Attendees.
[Registration Required]
Thursday, August 18 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM LEADERSHIP FORUM
[Registration Required]
Thursday, August 18 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM TECHNICAL COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Thursday, August 18 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM ILLUMINATION AWARDS RECEPTION/GALA/AFTER PARTY
[Registration Required]
Friday, August 19 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Breakfast
Friday, August 19 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM Registration Desk Open
Friday, August 19 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM MORNING SESSION
Location: Grand Ballroom
Friday, August 19 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Adam Rogers
Location: Grand Ballroom
Friday, August 19 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM EDUCATIONAL BREAKOUT SESSIONS
  • Lamplighter Coalition
    Location: Marlborough A
  • Innovating the Lighting Design Process: Computational Tools to Illuminate and Empower Architecture
    Location: Marlborough B
  • The Utopia of Darkness and Lighting: After we get the stars back
    Location: Prince of Wales
Friday, August 19 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM PAPER SESSIONS
  • Applying Curve-Fitting Correction for Non-Linear Dimming Response of LED
    Location: Churchill B
  • Temporal Light Modulation Waveform Generation, Distortion, and Correction
    Location: Churchill B
  • Comparison of UVC light disinfection versus enhanced liquid disinfection practices on high-touch surfaces during the COVID19 Pandemic
    Location: Churchill C
  • Towards More Consistency in Reporting the Properties of Upper Room Germicidal Ultraviolet Installations
    Location: Churchill C
Friday, August 19 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EDUCATIONAL BREAKOUT SESSIONS
  • Adapting The Past To An LED Future
    Location: Marlborough A
  • Health and Wellness Lighting and Energy Efficiency Converges
    Location: Marlborough B
  • Understanding Solar Lighting
    Location: Prince of Wales
Friday, August 19 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM PAPER SESSIONS
  • Assessing the accuracy of emerging lighting simulation tools: Predicting spectral power distribution
    Location: Churchill B
  • Advancements in daylight modeling for visual and non-visual effects
    Location: Churchill B
  • Is my smart light smart enough? A preliminary text-mining analysis of reviews on smart light devices
    Location: Churchill C
  • Integrative Solid-State Lighting & Heating: An Application Case Study of Self-De-Icing LED Signal
    Location: Churchill C
Friday, August 19 12:15 PM - 2:00 PM Lunch / General Session
Friday, August 19 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM EDUCATIONAL BREAKOUT SESSIONS
  • Light Privilege – A Practical Framework for Holistic Lighting in Underserved Communities
    Location: Marlborough A
  • Tracking Developments in Connected Lighting Systems
    Location: Marlborough B
  • How to Avoid Common Visual Issues in an Operating Room
    Location: Prince of Wales
Friday, August 19 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM PAPER SESSIONS
  • Wearable light loggers: a review of analysis procedures and application in a health care facility
    Location: Churchill B
  • Energy Impacts of Human Health and Wellness Recommendations Considering Daylight and Electric Light
    Location: Churchill B
  • In-Situ Assessment of Approaches to Germicidal Ultraviolet Disinfection
    Location: Churchill C
  • Revising Germicidal Ultraviolet Irradiation Devices From Users’ Perspectives
    Location: Churchill C
Friday, August 19 3:00 PM - 5:00PM PROGRESS REPORT
Friday, August 19 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM TABLETOP RECEPTION & EXHIBITS
Friday, August 19 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM NOLA SCAVENGER HUNT
Saturday, August 20 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Breakfast
Saturday, August 20 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM MORNING SESSION
Location: Grand Ballroom
Saturday, August 20 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM KEYNOTE: ADDRESS Nathalie Rozot
Location: Grand Ballroom
Saturday, August 20 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM EDUCATIONAL BREAKOUT SESSIONS
  • Lark 2.0 – a simulation tool to support the design of healthy indoor environments
    Location: Marlborough A
  • Identifying when emergency or egress lighting actually required
    Location: Marlborough B
  • Light and emotions: the importance of context
    Location: Prince of Wales
Saturday, August 20 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM PAPER SESSIONS
  • Quantification of Perceived Spatial Brightness Relevant to Interior Reflectance and Light Distribution
    Location: Churchill B
  • Comparing perceptions of web-based 2D perspective and 360-degree navigable images with measurements from a physical space and a virtual reality headset
    Location: Churchill B
  • The benefits of 3D printed antennas in connected lighting systems
    Location: Churchill C
  • Investigating current and temperature dependencies of UV-A light-emitting diodes
    Location: Churchill C
Saturday, August 20 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EDUCATIONAL BREAKOUT SESSIONS
  • Beyond Diversity: Making an Honest Effort Toward Equity and Inclusion
    Location: Marlborough A
  • Seeing UGR Clearly: A Study on Background and Application Use of UGR
    Location: Marlborough B
  • How Can BIM Deliver on its Promise?
    Location: Prince Of Wales
Saturday, August 20 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM PAPER SESSIONS
  • Repurposing Lighting: Maximizing Efficiency, Improving Quality, Minimizing Waste and Improving Accessibility
    Location: Churchill B
  • New Flicker Research Results and How to Fix It
    Location: Churchill C
  • Glare Perception in Outdoor Sports Lighting Applications: A Field Study
    Location: Churchill C
Saturday, August 20 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM LUNCH / CLOSING SESSION / GAME SHOW
Saturday, August 20 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM EDUCATIONAL BREAKOUT SESSION
  • Why the Lighting Industry Needs To Stop Talking to Itself and Start Talking to the Public
    Location: Marlborough A
Saturday, August 20 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM PAPER SESSIONS
  • Outcomes from a tunable lighting office feasibility study: What worked and what didn’t?
    Location: Location: Churchill B
  • Window View Quality: Assessment framework, ongoing efforts, and future research needs
    Location: Churchill B
  • Investigating Lighting Design for Improved Alertness
    Location: Churchill C
Saturday, August 20 2:15 PM - 5:15 PM EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOPS
  • Designing with Luminance and Exitance
    Location: Churchill A
  • Digital Design Tools to Enhance Productivity and Presentation Panache
    Location: Churchill D
Saturday, August 20 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOP
  • Strategies for Achieving Life Cycle Goals
    Location: Marlborough A
Registration Type Rate
(Jun 27-Aug 18)
Full Registration with Illumination Awards Gala (IES Members) $999 USD
Full Registration with Illumination Awards Gala (Non-Member) $1,269 USD
Full Registration (IES Member) $799 USD
Full Registration (Non-Member) $1,069 USD
Full Registration with Illumination Awards Gala (Emerging Professional) $699 USD
Full Registration with Illumination Awards Gala (Student) $499 USD
Full Registration without IA Gala (Emerging Professional) $499 USD
Full Registration with Illumination Awards Gala (Retired/Emeritus Member) $699 USD
Full Registration without IA Gala (Retired/Emeritus Member) $499 USD
Member One-Day Pass $499 - $599 USD
Non-Member One-Day Pass $669 - $869 USD
Registration Type Early Bird
(through June 26)
Regular
(Jun 27-Aug 18)
Full Registration with Illumination Awards Gala (IES Members) $899 USD $999 USD
Full Registration with Illumination Awards Gala (Non-Member) $1,169 USD $1,269 USD
Full Registration (IES Member) $699 USD $799 USD
Full Registration (Non-Member) $969 USD $1,069 USD
Full Registration with Illumination Awards Gala (Emerging Professional) $629 USD $699 USD
Full Registration with Illumination Awards Gala (Student) $429 USD $499 USD
Full Registration without IA Gala (Emerging Professional) $429 USD $499 USD
Full Registration with Illumination Awards Gala (Retired/Emeritus Member) $629 USD $699 USD
Full Registration without IA Gala (Retired/Emeritus Member) $429 USD $499 USD

TABLETOP REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Yes, that’s right! You can now register for a tabletop exhibit at our IES Annual Conference this coming August.

Tabletop Exhibit Policies:

Tabletop Sessions
FORMAT
Cloth covered tables (6’ X 30”) upon which equipment and literature are displayed. IES policy strictly limits the amount of material brought to the tabletop exhibit to fit on a six-foot table: No stand-alone backdrops, no floor displays or oversized products will be permitted.
SCHEDULE
Friday, August 19, 2022 Exhibit Reception at Hilton New Orleans Riverside: 6:30pm-8:00pm
IES WILL PROVIDE
One six-foot cloth covered table (6’ x 30”) upon which equipment and literature are displayed. Electrical power outlet 500 watts (5 amp) if needed for an additional fee. Company sign and exhibitor badge credentials for one person to work at your table.
CANCELLATION
An administrative fee of 50% of the contract fee will be charged for any cancellation occurring within 30 days of the conference start date of July 19, 2022.
INSTRUCTIONS
Will be sent upon receipt of this agreement from the IES office and will include confirmation of payment, set-up and break-down times, conference information and exhibitor shipping instructions. By registering you agree to follow IES Policy that strictly limits the amount of material brought to the tabletop exhibit to fit on a six-foot table. No stand-alone backdrops, no floor displays or oversized products will be permitted.
FEE
IES Member Pricing $2,200 for each table Non-Member Pricing $2,750 for each table Space is limited. Registration closes for tabletops on August 8, 2022.

Thank you to our 2022 Annual Conference Sponsors!

For information regarding the 2022 IES Annual Conference in New Orleans, please contact Nikole TenBrink – [email protected].
Acuity Brands
PLATINUM SPONSOR
Cooper Lighting Solutions
Registration & Lanyard Sponsor
Current
Illumination Awards Reception Sponsor
Traxon e-Cue
Ice Breaker Sponsor
Landscape Forms
Saturday Keynote Sponsor
ETC Connect
Friday Keynote Sponsor

Thank you to our 2022 Emerging Professional Scholarship Sponsors!

Interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at the IES 2023 Annual Conference? Contact Tiffany Teal at [email protected].