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A Lighting Odyssey at the Philadelphia Convention Center

IES Philadelphia and the Electrical Association of Philadelphia present the Lights of Philadelphia 2010 Lighting Exposition & Educational Conference, coming to the Philadelphia Convention Center on September 22 & 23, 2010.

This well-established lighting exposition and educational conference gives mid-Atlantic regional leaders in the architectural lighting specification community the opportunity to put their services & products in front of their target audiences. Sponsorship opportunites are also available.

A full professional lighting trade show, 24 seminars and two keynote luncheons comprise the largest, most important lighting expo on the Mid-Atlantic coast. Nationally-known speakers will present on topics critical to architects, engineers and lighting designers. All seminars are fully accredited, offering CEUs needed for professional accreditation.

A preliminary list of speakers, topics and workshops offered for this Philadelphia professional conference:

Keynote Speakers:

Howard Brandston
David DiLaura


  • Mary Alcaraz and Angela Nudy, Ewing Cole – “Incorporating daylight harvesting and contemporary lighting into existing buildings”
  • Craig Barbieri, KlingStubbins – “Building Information Management, not just a concept anymore”
  • Dr. Wendy Davis, NIST – “The definition and testing of color rendering and what is wrong with it”
  • Helen Diemer, The Lighting Practice – “Lighting the Capitol Dome”
  • Craig Fox, Electronic Theater Controls – “Sustainable lighting design – still including accent and decoration”
  • Cheryl Fraga, Gardco – TBA Ray Grenald, Grenald Waldron Associates – “A retrospective of a Philadelphia lighting design Icon”
  • Frank Holleran, HB Frazer – “Designing it to be built: A look at the pit falls of installation”
  • Gersil Kay, Conservation Lighting – “Contemporary lighting, meet historic building: An introduction”
  • Mark Lien, Hubbell Lighting – “What the future holds for lighting and energy”
  • Tracey Merritt, KlingStubbins – “Basic Electricity and what your engineer needs from you”
  • Michael Meyer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory – “Standards for emerging technologies”
  • Jeff Quinlan, Acuity Brands – “The solid state of LED Technology”
  • David Rodstein, Rodstein Design – “Designers, Architects, and Engineers and the Dynamics of a team working from the Right Brain to the Left”
  • Anthony Vespoli, Vista Lighting – “Looking to the Future” Carl Watson, Applied Energy Solutions – “Energy Code update”

For more information about registration, sponsorship or other details about the Philadelphia 2010: A Lighting Odyssey event, visit http://www.lightsofphiladelphia.org.

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A Lighting Odyssey at the Philadelphia Convention Center

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