The International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) have announced the speakers for Lightfair International 2002. To fill the 10 pre-conference workshops and almost 30 broad-based architectural lighting seminars, the sponsors of the conference, which will be held June 3, 2002 through June 5, 2002 at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, recruited industry and academic speakers from around the world.

More than 17,000 architects, engineers, designers, and end-users are expected to attend the conference that will host more than 400 manufacturers in 1,150 booths.

The pre-conference workshops include the following:

  • LED Technology - presented by Kathryn M. Conway, Dr. Makarand Chipalkatti, Joe Jablonski, Scott Jennato, and Andy Lipman

  • Office Lighting Design Studio – presented by Diana Mesh

Seminars will cover several topics, including:

  • LEDs: Past, Present, and Future – presented by Jeff McDonald and Dr. Nadarajah Narendran

  • Sports Lighting – presented by Craig Robinson and John Waite

  • Lamp and Ballast Update – presented by Roy Sierleja and Howard Wolfman

  • It’s a Material Thing: Optical Control – presented by Peter Murphy and Scott Santoro

  • A Specifier’s View of DALI (Digital Automated Lighting Interface) - presented by Richard Miller

  • Lighting for Schools – presented by Barbara Erwine and Lisa Herschong

  • Managing Outdoor Lighting – presented by John Van Derlofske

  • Retail Maintenance – presented by Deborah Lisheid, Sean O’Connor, Gary Popovics, and Cynthia Turner

For registering information, visit www.lightfair.com.