Date: Thursday, April 24, 2014, 2 p.m. ET
AIA/CES LU (HSW) 1.0 Learning Unit
IDCEC (IIDA/ASID/IDC) 0.1 CEU
NKBA 0.1 CEU (self-reporting)
NARI 0.1 CEU
The course is a comprehensive summary and overview of LED and Solid State Lighting technologies. Emphasis is on the basic facts of how LEDs and Solid State Lighting perform as sustainable and energy-efficient products. Participants in the course will learn about which LED technologies are currently available in the marketplace, and they also will learn how to make decisions when making judgments about alternative LED products. The course will be of interest to anyone with an interest in how LED is reshaping the world of lighting design.
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Joseph A. Rey-Barreau, AIA
Joseph A. Rey-Barreau, is an architect and lighting designer with over twenty-five years of experience as a design professional. He is an Associate Professor with tenure in the College of Design at the University of Kentucky where he has won numerous teaching awards. Joe has worked on over 1,000 projects as either the principal lighting designer and/or architect. These have included residential projects, offices, government buildings, stores, industrial, warehouse, educational and health care facilities. Since 1995 he has served as the Director of Education for the American Lighting Association and has developed hundreds of lighting education courses for both the lighting industry and for allied professionals such as architects, engineers and interior designers. He is one of the most recognized lighting experts in the United States, and has been quoted and referenced widely in many publications.
He also has presented over 500 continuing education programs over the past twenty years to groups such as the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Illuminating Engineering Society of North American (IESNA), American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), International Interior Design Association (IIDA), American Lighting Association (ALA), Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) and the Urban Land Institute (ULI).