The Lighting Research Center (LRC) will hold its intensive three-day LED Lighting Institute on April 21-23, 2004. Seating is limited for this popular program, so we recommend early registration. For more information, contact Dan Frering at (518) 687-7149 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
LRC experts will provide instruction for lighting fixture designers and manufacturers, lighting specifiers, and other professionals interested in learning more about this rapidly evolving lighting technology. The course provides in-depth training and hands-on experience in working with the latest LED technologies for a variety of applications.
Students will observe hands-on demonstrations, learn to design lighting installations using LEDs, learn to select and specify LED lighting system components, experiment with LED lighting technology, learn to match application requirements with available technologies, learn about the latest LED research and testing information, earn 20 Continuing Education Units, and receive an LRC Continuing Education Certificate in LED lighting.
Nadarajah Narendran, Ph.D., Research Associate Professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and the LRC's Director of Research. Dr. Narendran is one of the world's leading authorities in LED and solid-state lighting technologies.
John Van Derlofske, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor at Rensselaer and Head of Transportation Lighting at the LRC. Dr. Van Derlofske is an expert in non-imaging illumination system and optical design.
Jean Paul Freyssinier, lighting design specialist at the LRC. Mr. Freyssinier works with other LRC staff in designing and evaluating lighting applications and demonstrations, in conducting and presenting research projects, and in developing curriculum.
April 21: LED Basics, Hands-on Laboratory Session
April 22: Lighting Design Workshop, LED fixture design considerations, LRC Research Update
April 23: Fixture Development and Application, Hands-on Sessions
Fees and Registration<
Fee: $1,200 includes all course materials, manuals, continental breakfasts, and buffet lunches
Deposit: $600 with balance due by April 9, 2004
Registration form: (at www.lrc.rpi.edu/ledinstitute/ledform.html)
Earn Continuing Education Units
Participants earn twenty CEUs (Continuing Education Units) and receive a Continuing Education Certificate in LED lighting technology.
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NY State Scholarship
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) may fund scholarships for this course. NY State residents may apply for these scholarships by checking appropriate box on the registration form.