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Prepared by Charles Cameron MIES, IALD Chief Lighting Officer, Studio C2 Inc, Lighting Area Coordinator, New York School of Interior Design 2011-2012 President, IES New York City Section

The purpose of this program is to introduce the lighting practitioner to the basics of luminaires and optics related to lighting.

Participants will be able to…

  • Understand the various phenomena that affect light
    • Reflection
    • Refraction
    • Transmission and absorption
    • Interference
    • Polarization
  • Understand how these phenomena are useful in luminaire design
  • Recognize the methods by which a luminaire controls light
  • Review lamp source types and technology
  • Recognize mounting options and applications for luminaires
Instructor Materials include: 
  • Background information
  • Text of the seminar
  • PowerPoint CD, with notes (Softcover only)
  • PowerPoint Slides/Handouts
  • Seminar Quiz/Answer Key
  • IES Seminar-related administrative/professional development program material

Softcover 3-Ring Binder or Secure PDF: 210 pages / 6 files to download
Publisher: Illuminating Engineering Society (2012)
SKU: SEM-10-12-IM
Dimensions: 10” x 11½″

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 1.5 × 11.5 in

Digital, Softcover