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Share Your Expertise at LEDucation

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LEDucation 400cx275July 1, 2022

The annual LEDucation trade show and conference is seeking dynamic, lighting-industry presentations for its March 7-8, 2023 event at the New York Hilton Midtown in Manhattan.

LEDucation 2023 is looking for speakers who are passionate about sharing their knowledge and research in lighting, and who can deliver the best possible content relevant for the show audience. LEDucation presents innovative sessions that speak to emerging trends and provide context with real-world case studies.

If you have experience with advanced technologies, can offer examples of emerging tools and regulatory issues, or can present new approaches to the value chain, consider sharing your knowledge at LEDucation as an educational session speaker.

LEDucation draws highly experienced lighting and architectural professionals along with those who are new to the industry, many seeking AIA CES credits and other CEUs. Be sure your submission includes actionable takeaways: practical guidance that participants can immediately apply in their work. Proposals from a panel are also encouraged in order to share multiple perspectives on a topic.



LEDucation is seeking submissions in the following areas:

Architectural Lighting Design

Lighting Trends + Research

Lighting Codes

Lighting Controls

Lighting for Health + Wellbeing

UV Lighting

Lighting Technologies

Smart Lighting + IOT

Human-centric Lighting

Environmental Lighting

Emergency/Egress Lighting

Energy Efficient Lighting

Submit your topic here by July 31, 2022

Have questions? Email here 

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