Engineering

IES Appoints New Technical Director of Standards
Posted on
IES Appoints New Technical Director of Standards

Brian Liebel is appointed as the Society’s new Technical Director. More

German Company Makes Glow-in-the-Dark Concrete
Posted on
German Company Makes Glow-in-the-Dark Concrete

Yes, it's true: glow-in-the-dark concrete now exists, thanks to German-based... More

One-on-One with Robert Davis
Posted on
One-on-One with Robert Davis

While working in lighting for close to 30 years—first in industry, then in... More

Should Lighting Designers Be Licensed?
Posted on
Should Lighting Designers Be Licensed?

From the Archive presents articles from the past 25 years, with new commentary... More

Posted on
Border Lines

Light plays a critical role in meeting both the design and security requirements for U.S. land port of entry stations. More

Unsung Heroes
Posted on
Unsung Heroes

When it comes to the practice of lighting there historically have been two... More

Posted on
Campus Lighting Retrofit Forum

Registration for the 2009 Campus Lighting Retrofit Forum is now open. Co?hosted by the California Lighting Technology Center (CLTC), UC Davis, and UC Irvine, the forum is intended for facility and energy managers, engineers, and sustainability experts on issues relating to energy-saving lighting technologies for campuses. More

Posted on
IES Merges Mid-Hudson Section into New York City Section

The IES announces the merger of the Mid-Hudson Section into the IESNYC. More

Cree Opens Engineering Center In China To Teach LED Product Design And Construction
Posted on
"Bye Bye Incandescent?" Lecture Series, Part 5: Compact Fluorescents, Mercury, and Writing a Non-toxic Lighting Specification

On Feb. 13, 2008, the New York chapter of the Illuminating Engineering Society held the fifth installment of its "Bye Bye Incandescent?" lecture series. The focus of this segment included critical information and discussion regarding the impact of mercury sources in our landfills, the challenges of recycling fluorescent and mercury lamps, as well as what lighting specifiers need to know to address these issues. More

RSS
Close X