Presented by the Designers Lighting Forum of New York

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March 16–17, 2021

Call for Speakers 2021

LEDucation 2021 Call for Speakers

The LEDucation Tradeshow and Conference seeks dynamic, lighting-industry presentations for the 2021 event.

We are seeking speakers from within the Lighting Industry who can share their knowledge and experience in any of (but not limited to) the following topics — all of which must include LED-related content:

  • 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

To submit a presentation you will need to provide the following information:
• Headshot
• Speaker Bio
• Preference of live in person and/or pre-recorded via hybrid platform
• Presentation Title
• Presentation Abstract  (Provide a brief overview of the subject matter of the presentation. Not to exceed 100 words)
• Indicate course level (Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced, Update)
• Prerequisite knowledge required. (25 word maximum)
• Four (4) learning objectives are required. (Objectives should cover what information or skills the participant will learn. Not to exceed 25 words each)

PLEASE NOTE: LEDucation is a program of the Designers Lighting Forum New York and is a 501C3, Not for Profit organization. Speaking for LEDucation is a voluntary service and speakers should not expect compensation for time or travel. Associated costs are solely the responsibility of each presenter. LEDucation will provide hotel accommodation for one (1) night of stay during the in-person show.

Submit your topic by November 30, 2020

LEDucation currently plans to proceed either in-person, virtually or both. We will continue to update the LEDucation website with information and resources to keep you informed on our plans for the show.

The health and safety of our community remains our top priority as we prepare for an in-person LEDucation 2021 event. As the tradeshow industry continues to respond to the rapid changes of the COVID-19, our team is working closely with New York City authorities to create a safe environment for all attendees. LEDucation is committed to adhering to all guidelines and standards set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and federal, state, and local agencies. We will work to implement health and safety protocols and ensure that industry best practices in and around LEDucation are followed.

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