1791 Tullie Circle Northeast Atlanta GA 30329
IES Atlanta invites you to join us Tuesday, November 13th for a seminar on Circadian Justified & Calculated for Well-Buildings. Our presenter will be Daniel Weiss, System Architect for Dynamic Lighting at Acuity Brands.
This event will qualify for 1 AIA LU | HSW CEU, 0.1 IDCEC CEU, or equivalent PDH for self-reporting organizations.
Networking starts at 5:30PM followed by the seminar from 6-7PM. A light dinner & refreshments will be provided. Cost for the event is $20 for IES Members or $25 for non-Members.
Description: Is “Circadian Lighting” just the latest trend to encourage use of a more expensive technology? In this program we will explore the justification behind this principle and show how International WELL Building Institute is incorporating it into their standards. This new metric reinforces the importance of quality lighting and promotes HEALTH as an important criteria for lighting design.
• Describe the impact of lighting on human health and wellness starting with the physiology behind the visual system and the link to circadian wellness.
• Identify 2 Circadian models: Equivalent Melanopic Lux (as Promoted by the International Well Building Institute) and Circadian Stimulus (as promoted by the Lighting Research Center)
• Explore the LIGHT feature within the International WELL Building Standard
• Propose a method for how to implement Circadian Health into Lighting Design.
Daniel Weiss is the System Architect for Dynamic Lighting at Acuity Brands and directs the development of Warm Dimming, Tunable White, and Tunable Spectrum systems. Using his background in controls and color science, he leads the implementation of control protocols and luminaire firmware to execute the Dynamic Features. Prior to joining Acuity Brands, Weiss received an M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Georgia Tech and a B.S. in Applied Physics from Emory University. He also worked as a theatrical lighting designer for theaters around Atlanta designing the lighting for musicals, plays, and concerts.
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Help women enter or re-enter the workforce with clean, ready-to-wear, office-appropriate clothing, shoes, handbags, briefcases, belts and jewelry. Donate articles of gently used (or new) women’s career attire at our November meeting.