Welcome to the IES NJ Illuminating Engineering Society Edison Section

We are a professional industry group comprised of members and volunteers dedicated to the advancement and evolution of Illumination in the built environment

We draw our membership across a broad and diverse range of lighting designers, architects, engineers, consultants, contractors, manufacturers and lighting professionals to share ideas, to inspire, and to educate.


Daylighting, the Measurable & the Immeasurable

Presented by: Elliot J. Glassman AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C

  • Building Performance Specialist - WSP Built Ecology, New York
  • Bachelors of Architecture-New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • Masters of Design Studies in Sustainable Design - Harvard Graduate School of Design

Not all light is electric! Now more than ever lighting designers, specifiers and practitioners need to coordinate and collaborate with design teams to optimize artificial lighting products with natural and day-lighting features. Find out more about theory, practice, system optimization and M&V (Measurement and Verification) of daylighting.

The location is the Courtyard Edison Woodbridge, NJ

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