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[c] 2012 The Illuminating Engineering Society of North America doi: 10.1582/LEUKOS.2012.09.02.001
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April 3-5: The Illuminating Engineering Society of North America announces Light+Color, an international lighting research and application symposium to be held at the Gaithersburg Hilton Hotel in Gaithersburg, MD, near Washington, D.C.
The Lumen Awards, sponsored by the IESNY, are part of the International Illumination Design Awards (IIDA) program of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA).
Calkins: A good source is the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA).
"Architects and lighting designers have been specifying and installing initial design levels of illumination above the required levels to compensate for accumulation of dirt, resulting in increased upfront costs and more electrical power wasted daily," says Norma Frank, past president of NALMCO and chairman of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America's (IESNA) Lighting Maintenance Committee.
Miller, Exploring flicker in solid-state lighting: What you might find, and how to deal with it, in Illuminating Engineering Society of North America Annual Conference 2011, October: Austin, TX.
New York (NY): The Illuminating Engineering Society of North America. 1328 p.
The Lumens, which are sponsored by the IESNY, are part of the International Illumination Design Awards program of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America. Lighting projects that receive Lumen Awards or Citations of Merit from the New York Section become eligible for regional and international IIDA Awards and will be feted at the 2006 Lumen Gala on June 14, 2006 in New York City.
The Illuminating Engineering Society of North America recommends a minimum illumination of 30 foot-candles for areas of general ambulation in long term care facilities.