2023 IES Annual Conference – Submissions for Speakers & Workshops Deadline Looming

by | Feb 23, 2023 | News

Time is quickly running out to submit your ideas for the 2023 IES Annual Conference!

Time is quickly running out to submit your ideas for the 2023 IES Annual Conference!

This year’s theme, Light Responsibly, focuses on the responsibility that the lighting industry has to itself, to the architectural and construction industry, and to the world at large to ensure that lighting has a net positive impact on the built environment.

Share your presentation, workshop, paper, or poster at IES Annual Conference to:
• Demonstrate your expertise with industry colleagues
• Grow your network within the global lighting community
• Gain immediate feedback and reactions to your work

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The IES Annual Conference offers subject-matter experts a platform to present their ideas, research, and project experience to a premier community of lighting professionals. In addition to speaker presentations, the Conference program will consist of a long-format workshop, technical papers, and posters on a wide range of lighting-related topics.

• Speaker Sessions – 60 min (Deadline March 5)
• Pre-Conference Workshops – 3 hours (Deadline March 5)
• Conference Papers & Technical Presentations – 30 min (Deadline April 2)
• Posters (Deadline April 30)

For more information on the submission process and requirements, please visit the Annual Conference homepage.

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About the Theme: Light Responsibly

As the world continues to change in new and unexpected ways, the lighting community continues to change with it. Every year, there is more and more evidence that lighting and lighting quality have a direct impact on health, well-being, and the environment. Whether through technology, codes and standards changes, education, outreach, or some other method, we all have an obligation to push toward solutions that are socially, economically, and technologically responsible.

The theme Light Responsibly is a call to action to the entire lighting community to use our knowledge, skills, and experience to affect positive change in the industry.