This workshop contains two sections. The first section is the overview and the update for the latest standards for LED and LED lighting from industry and the US governments. In particular, the recent work being carried at ANSI, IESNA, NEMA, UL, IEEE, SEMI, ASABE, US EPA, etc. for LED lighting applications. The second section introduces the standardized methods of measurements for LED packages and LED lighting systems. It provides detailed explanations for the objectives, procedures, and rationale for measuring, testing and projecting the long-term behaviors of the LEDs and LED lighting characteristics including photometry, colorimetry, luminous flux and color maintenance, thermal resistance, failure rate, etc.
Jianzhong Jiao, JZJ Consulting, Inc.,
Dr. Jianzhong Jiao is an internationally recognized expert for LEDs and lighting and a consultant for technology, product and business strategies, standards, regulations and compliances. He is the past Chair of the SAE Lighting Committee and current Chair or active member of the committees in IES, ANSI, UL, ASABE, etc. He is titled to 9 U.S. Patents and has authored over 40 technical papers.
Cameron Miller, Photometry Project Leader, NIST
Cameron is active in standards organization and professional societies, such as IES – Testing Procedure Committee (SSL Committee Chairman), CIE (USA Div 2 voting), CIEUSA (Technical VP), ANSI/ISO TAG (Vice Chairman), ASTM, ISCC, NEMA, and CORM. He is also an NVLAP assessor for the Energy Efficient Lighting Program and the Calibration Program.
Measurement of SSL devices in lab and production sounds like a simple task, but a number of pitfalls and hurdles are in the way to obtain reliable results from your equipment. The workshop will start with basics in photometry and measurement equipment and help you to decide which equipment is needed for which task. In addition, we will address the most relevant standards for the industry. Latest challenges in photometric and radiometric testing such as UV-LEDs, VCSEL diodes, Micro LEDs, uncertainty budgets etc. will be discussed. A live demonstration of a typical laboratory test setup will give attendants the opportunity to gather hands-on experience.
Thomas Attenberger, Vice President, Sales, Instrument Systems GmbH
Dr. Thomas Attenberger received his PhD in Physics in the field of high resolution spectroscopy in 1992. After a few years in a German R&D company for optical sensors, he joined Instrument Systems in 2001 as product manager for LED test and measurement equipment. Today he is head of the sales department of Instrument Systems, a position which brings him in close contact with the top players in the LED and SSL lighting industry.
Günther Leschhorn, Head of Product Management, Instrument Systems GmbH
Dr. Leschhorn received his PhD during his work with the Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics in Munich, Germany. He specialized in the field of single molecule spectroscopy and ultra-fast laser interaction. After a post-doc position in Freiburg, he joined Instrument Systems as product manager for Spectroradiometry and Solid-State Lighting. Today he is head of the product management department.
Tobias Roesener, Product Manager, Instrument Systems GmbH
Dr. Tobias Roesener works as product manager for Instrument Systems since 2015. Research, development and project management in the III-V solar cell industry followed his PhD on III-V Solar Cells on Silicon. His thesis on optical characterization and modelling of 3D photonic crystals complete his nearly ten years of experience in the fields of optics and semiconductors
Justin Blanke, International Sales Manager, Instrument Systems
Justin Blanke received his degree in physical engineering in the field of measurement technology in 1995. After 4 years working as an application engineer for non-destructive testing, he started at Instrument Systems as International Sales Manager, covering various area and key account responsibilities over the years.
This design charrette workshop explores the primary relationship between light and architecture by designing a building that delivers optimal light. A short design brief is given that sets the requirements for the project. Then participants divide into teams to develop design solutions, while speakers serve as advisors-at-large to the teams. Each team, competing to win the project, then presents to the speakers, serving as owners’ representatives. The workshop is intended for anyone in lighting, architecture, construction, operations, or maintenance who wants a better understanding of how lighting – natural and electric – can drive architecture through an integrated design process.
Jeremy Steinmeier, Lighting Designer and Architect, Gensler
Jeremy is a modernist architect and lighting designer with a passion for design and construction. His award-winning projects include single and multi-unit housing, retail facilities, and commercial projects. Evident in his work is an underlying commitment to thoughtful design, environmental stewardship, leadership through consensus building, and an appeal to the emotional experience of the user. He was a Senior Architect and Lighting Designer with Architecture and Light in San Francisco, and completed several projects with prominent architects, providing conceptual design, renderings, calculations and specifications for many award-winning architects including Studios Architecture, Tigerman McCurry, Wong Logan Architects, Tom Elliot Fisch, and Heidi Richardson.
Elizabeth Bishop, Senior Designer Façade Engineering, Arup
A licensed architect in the US, Elizabeth has more than 10 years practicing on complex, high profile projects in the US and UK, such as Burj Khalifa while at SOM and KAPSARC while working at Zaha Hadid Architects. Both architecturally and from a façade engineering standpoint she has worked through all design and construction phases from early competition stages to design development through to fabrication, installation, and construction administration. Before Arup, she was a Lead Designer at Zaha Hadid Architects in London for 5 years, and an Architectural Designer at Skidmore, Owings, Merril in Chicago for three years. She has a Masters in Architecture from Tulane University and a Masters in Environmental Design and Architecture from Yale University.
Enrique Peiniger, Chief Innovation Officer, Office of Visual Interaction, New York
As a principal and co-founder of OVI, Enrique has integrated cutting-edge lighting technology for leading historical, contemporary, and avant-guard structures. Utilizing his former experience in the lighting manufacturing industry combined with his architectural training and expert lighting knowledge to he frequently spearheads collaborations with manufacturers to develop innovative custom luminaires for one-of-kind projects that incorporate specialized finishes, advanced manufacturing techniques, and emerging light sources. In developing a new LED Streetlight for New York City, he facilitated the creation of a ‘modular’ concept for LED luminaires vs. completely soldered circuit boards, now standard in the luminaire industry. For the Canadian Parliament, Enrique worked on highly specialized optical designs to meet HDTV Broadcast requirements for a state-of-the-art facility for the new Chamber and Committee Rooms.
Clifton Stanley Lemon, CEO, Clifton Lemon Associates
Clifton is the founder and CEO of Clifton Lemon Associates, which provides education, strategy, product development, and marketing consulting and advisory services to manufacturing, technology, design, and funding organizations. He was formerly Marketing Communications Manager for Soraa and Director of Business Development at Integral Group. He is the President of the Illuminating Engineering Society, San Francisco Section, and is on the Advisory Boards of Strategies in Light/The LED Show, Lightspace CA, and LightShow West.
Where do I start? This is often the question facing the Luminaire designer. The Marketing Product Manager has requested a new product design of the engineering team. Often the starting point is the form and aesthetics, second may be the thermal for an expected loading and surface area. Then the mechanical designer will build the puzzle from the pieces. Often at the end thought is given to light control. This talk will look at the high-level optical design both when boxed in and ideally when freedom is given to meet the lighting requirements. LED selection should be done in parallel with the overall light control but choices can be confusing. With midpower, highpower, COB, CSP, DOB, linear, round, etc. LED packaging and configuration options, the previous product is generally a point of reference. A practical approach will be presented using a spreadsheet to help define the best LED package choice, size and configuration and driver selection including optical and electrical losses looking at the system metrics of lumens / watt and lumens / $.
Mr. Bob Householder, Technical Business Development, Avnet’s LightSpeed Program
Mr. Householder has 20+ years of experience in the field of optics and holds degrees in optics from Rochester Institute of Technology and Tuft's University. He has concentrated his career in laser and medical optics and LED illumination. Mr. Householder is in Technical Business Development for Avnet’s LightSpeed program.
Building patent rights in your product is more important than ever. And from a purely legal standpoint, always patenting is the safest approach. But this patent-everything approach rarely makes good buisness sense. Using LED product hypotheticals as teaching points, this highly interactive course will show you how to develop ample patent protection in the US and internationally. And you will learn the smart way to do it, so that time and money are not wasted on patents that should never have been filed. Second, we will discuss how to avoid getting hammered by the patents of others. The proliferation of patents over the past decade has necessitated the development of a new skill set for dealing with the currently existing global patent thicket. To do this, you will learn how to recongnize when problem patents exist in your space. Then, we will discuss how these patents can be; (i) navigated to avoid infringement if valid; (ii) identified and ignored where they are bogus; and (iii) killed if necessary using new procedures.
Marshall Honeyman, Intellectual Property Lawyer/Partner, Erise IP
Marshall Honeyman is a patent attorney representing numerous clients in the lighting field, i.e., LED product implementations and vehicle headlights. He is a partner at Erise IP, but prior to entering private practice, he worked in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) as an Associate Solicitor, handling law suits brought against the USPTO as well as ex parte appeals to the Court of Appeals for the Federal Court. Before that, Marshall served as a USPTO Patent Examiner making patentability decisions regarding inventions relating to illumination technologies.
Design is universal, but reactions to color and light are personal. This workshop explores design from two unique perspectives. The first turns to Mother Nature in a theory described by Gloria Jaroff in her book, “The Nature of Color in Interior Design,” which includes a Contrast Color System with high and low contrast palettes. The second part argues that a spectrometer is an essential tool for lighting professionals. Les Kacev reviews the electromagnetic spectrum, additive and subtractive colors, how we see color, color consistency, stability and metamerism, LEDs in lighting, measurement of LEDs, types and techniques.
Gloria Jaroff, Owner, Architect and Interior Designer, Gloria Jaroff Design
Gloria Jaroff, AIA is the published author of a book on the Nature of Color in Interior Design, with 40+ years of both residential and
commercial architecture, and interior design projects worldwide. Projects include bank and corporate center renovations for Wells Fargo,
as well as theme park design in Japan, California and Paris for Walt Disney Imagineering and Universal Studios. Her partial client list
includes Deloitte and Touche, IBM, movie director, Robert Altman, author, E. L. Doctorow and TV minister Rev. Ike.
Les Kacev, Principal, LEDmetric
Les founded LEDmetric and has led the company through its various phases since its inception. Les Kacev has been intimately involved in the LED
and solid state lighting business for over a decade both as principal and consultant. He worked on the team that developed the first commercially
viable LED lighting for the jewelry industry which created fire and sparkle in diamonds and other precious stones and metals. He is an avid
collector of art and photography which led him to develop an LED luminaire for museums, galleries and collectors to show art and photography
in their best light, balancing the age-old “preservation versus presentation” issue while rendering colors perfectly. These fixtures are optimal for
various other niche markets not mentioned above including professional scanning and printing, art restoration, color matching and many more.