The Lighting Research Center announces the third Fiber Optics Lighting Institute sponsored by leading remote-source lighting manufacturers
for lighting specifiers, contractors, and designers.
Participants will learn to specify, install, commission, and maintain fiber optic lighting systems. Upon successful completion
of the course, participants will earn a Fiber Optic Lighting Institute Continuing Education Certificate from the LRC.
This seminar is ideal for designers, contractors, and specifiers who plan to take advantage of the explosive boom of fiber optic lighting applications. Fiber optic technology is now found in an increasing number of outdoor, retail, decorative, clean room, and even residential applications.
What: Fiber Optic Lighting Institute
When: June 6 - 8, 2001
Where: Lighting Research Center 21 Union Street, Troy, NY 12180
Dr. Nadarajah Narendran, of the LRC, will lead the three-day seminar. Dr. Narendran is one of the world's foremost experts in fiber optic lighting technologies. He has developed the three-day curriculum covering all aspects of fiber optic design and installation. Students will learn through classroom instruction, as well as hands-on experience in the field using equipment donated by sponsors and the LRC. LRC faculty and researchers, as well as experienced fiber optic contractors, will assist Dr. Narendran.
Students will benefit by the small class size: enrollment is limited to just 30. The fee for the seminar is $750, which includes continental breakfasts, buffet lunches, and one dinner, as well as all course materials and manuals. The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) may fund a scholarship for this course. New York residents may apply.
For more information about the seminar, continuing education credits, or the NYSERDA scholarship, contact Russ Leslie at the Lighting Research Center at (518) 687-7100.