LEDucation 10 ‘Call for Speakers’ Opens

The Designers Lighting Forum of New York has officially opened the “Call for Speakers” to be considered to present at LEDucation 10 on March 29-30, 2016. LEDucation will be celebrating its 10th year as a large tabletop expo and educational event dedicated solely to LED technology. The annual trade show exhibition and educational conference will return to New York City on Tuesday, March 29 and Wednesday, March 30, 2016 at the N.Y. Hilton.

The LEDucation Committee is requesting industry professionals to submit abstracts for consideration covering the latest topics and informative sessions on all areas of solid-state technology. The event will continue to focus on industry critical topics, including controls, code and emerging technologies, as well as project construction and “the Beauty of Design”. Presentations must fulfill CEU criteria for a variety of one-hour sessions and/or group panels. Session topics can cover projects and case studies, controls / integration, daylighting, luminaire design, hospitality, retail, landscape, residential, financial / ROI on LEDs, LED source selection and more.

Consistently ranked as one of the most attended and fastest growing educational events and expos, the LEDucation conference program features the industry’s top authorities to address and discuss the latest advancements, trends and regulations in solid-state lighting. These sessions attract attendees from the architectural, engineering, OLED and LED technology, theatrical, educational, interior design, construction, building management, energy-efficient lighting and controls, and wireless industries.

Speaker proposals will be accepted through 5 p.m. EST, Nov. 15, 2015. Proposals should be submitted online at: http://www.leducation.org/call-for-presenters.html. A full list of potential topics to be covered during LEDucation conference program and an online Speaker Submission Form are available on the LEDucation website.

Hosted by the Designers Lighting Forum of New York, LEDucation has become one of the lighting industry’s most popular events among both attendees and manufacturers. The annual events consistent growth and attendance has reached greater than 15,000 attendees over the events history and a sold out show floor of more than 220 exhibitors.

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