Argonne National Laboratory (ANL), APS Lower Gallery, 9700 S. Cass Ave., Argonne, IL
Thursday, March 22, 2018, 3 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Join leaders in design and engineering for an illuminating evening focused on making laboratory lighting more usable, energy efficient and sustainable. And top off the evening with a tour of the incredible Advanced Photon Source (APS)!
Two AIA credits or Continuing Educational Units available.
Note: ANL has strict security procedures.
Attendees must provide valid identification, i.e. Drivers License, State Id or Passport.
Please use your full name as it appears on your identification during Registration.
Please indicate if you are a US Citizen or Foreign National on the Additional Information – Order Notes field.
All attendees must be approved by ANL before the event. Additional vetting is performed on foreign nationals. Access is not guaranteed. Notifying ANL as early as possible gives foreign nationals the best chance of receiving access. On the day of the event, any non-citizen who arrives at ANL without prior approval to attend will be denied access at the gate and will not be able to attend the event. Once your name has been approved by ANL, you will receive a welcome email from Argonne with additional information.
3 p.m.: Registration and Happy Hour
4 p.m.: Recent Lighting Projects at ANL, George Doktorczyk, Principal Electrical Engineer, ANL
4:15 p.m.: Sustainable Lighting at ANL, Catherine Hurley, Sustainability Program Manager, ANL
4:30 p.m.: Lighting Control for Laboratory Applications, Aron Leah Wolfson & Joe Parent, Lutron Electronics
4:45 p.m.: Designing Lab Lighting, Joe Jozsa, Principal, Interactive Building Solutions
5:00 p.m.: Panel Discussion, Q&A
5:30 p.m.: ANL Advanced Photon Source Facility Tour
I2SL Members and Lab Owners/Users: $25
Non-Members and Non-Owners/Users: $50
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