IES & DOE 2024 Research Symposium

March 5, 2024

New this year! The IES and US Department of Energy will co-host the biennial Research Symposium.

This event is structured to address specific areas of interest through invited participation of internationally recognized experts who present the most current knowledge on the topics. As in all our events, we seek to engage and collaborate with the broad diversity of interests contained within the lighting research community.

The 2024 Symposium will offer an expanded focus on study trends for next-generation lighting tools, new recommendations and methods to evaluate health impacts, innovative approaches to environmental stewardship and support of sustainable lighting practices, novel tools for post-occupancy evaluations, and design for resiliency.

Symposium dates: 15 – 16 May, 2024

Location: OMSI, 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214

More information available here

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