Topic: Lighting Calculations: Who, What, Why, and How
Attendees will gain a general understanding of the difference between quality and quantity of light and become familiar with various lighting software programs and considerations when selecting software to use. The need for lighting calculations will be discussed along with the factor and information needed to produce the most accurate calculations. Realizations and considerations of software programs and their accuracy when conducting calculations will be shared.
Speaker: Jennifer Jaques, IES President
Jennifer entered the lighting industry in 1995 when she joined Wide-Lite Corporation and worked for five years as an application engineer. She founded Lighting Application Sciences, LLC in 2000 to provide photometric and technical services to a variety of clients from large corporations to small start-up companies. These services include: lighting design verification through calculations, IES file format standardization, catalog logic creation/review, Photometrically accurate high definition renderings and animation, and lighting design recommendations.
She’s been LC certified since 2007 and is the Authorized Texas instructor for all levels of the Lighting Analysts’ AGi32 lighting software.
She has been a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society since 1995. During that time, she served in many leadership roles with the Austin section. She was IES Conference steering committee chair in 2012 and 2013 and 2014 advisory member. In 2013 and August 2018, she received the IES Presidential Award for her work in efforts to promote the society. As IES South Regional director for two terms, she worked with districts 3 and 4 and served as their voice on the IES board of directors. In 2018-2019 her service included board liaison for the Membership Advisory Panel, and chair of the Global Development Committee. She is currently the IES President for 2019-2020 working on, among other things, the next 5-year strategic plan for the society.
When: Wednesday, October 30th, 2019 11:30 AM-1:00 PM
Where: TCU Kelly Alumni Center – Murphy Room
2820 Stadium Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76129
Cost: Seminar & Lunch
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*Parking is free. Visitors may park at the Kelly Center Parking Lot 6. If the lot is full please park at the Frog Alley Parking Garage. Guests may also take a ticket from the kiosk at the entrance to the garage and get it validated at the Kelly Center front. This validated ticket will be used to exit the lot.