Technical Luncheon: The Effects of Blue Light – Fact or Fiction?

IES Technical Luncheon
  • February 5, 2020
    11:30 am - 1:00 pm

This is an introductory course related to blue light and its effect on sight, the human body, food, and pharmaceuticals. This course will explain the factual information and data that have been collected about blue light. It will also address some of the myths and effects yet to be scientifically proven. The goal of this class is to help those participating understand how to discuss blue light, its effects, and properly apply it in lighting design.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand that not all wavelengths of light have the same energy levels.
  • Discover the proven effects of blue light on human health and behavior.
  • Discuss the proven effects of blue light on foods and pharmaceuticals.
  • Identify the myths and unknowns of the effects of blue light
  • Apply the principles of the effects of blue light to lighting design and application.

Completion of this course qualifies for:
AIA – American Institute of Architects – 1.0 CES

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SPEAKER:
Kirk ChamberlainKirk Chamberlain, Regional Sales Mgr, Hubbell Lighting
Kirk has spent over 25 years in the electrical industry. He has been a lighting specialist in distribution as well as Regional Sales Manager for lighting manufacturers. He is currently the Regional Sales Manager for Hubbell Lighting in the South Central, covering Texas and New Mexico, working with all facets of the lighting industry. He has been a member of IES since 2010 and LC certified since 2013.

Venue:  

Venue Phone: (505) 345-0240

Venue Website:

Address:
5011 Pan American Fwy NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87109, United States