Brought to you by the Illuminating Engineering Society, the IES GO Lighting Podcasts contain valuable insights into the art and science of quality lighting. Episodes focus on lighting education, the latest in lighting technology disruption, interviews with the lighting community’s most influential contributors, and more.
Forces of Change | Revisiting the Impact of COVID-19 on Lighting Professionals: Eight Months Later
We recorded a special Forces of Change video interview in March 2020 to provide a report on the impact of COVID-19 on lighting professionals from the vantage point of some prominent individuals representing various roles within our industry. Now in November 2020, eight months after the initital discussion, we're revisiting the impact of COVID-19 on Lighting Professionals.
Forces of Change | The Impact of COVID-19 on Lighting Professionals
We have recorded a special Forces of Change video interview to provide a report on the impact of COVID-19 on lighting professionals, during these difficult times, from the vantage point of some prominent individuals representing various roles within our industry. Hear from Diane Borys (Noctiluca Lighting Design and Consulting), Megan Carroll (New York Digital), Erik Ennen (MNCEE), Bob Preston (Capital Electric Supply), Randy Reid (Edison Report), and moderator Mark Lien (Illuminating Engineering Society).
Forces of Change | History of Electric Lighting with Hal Wallace of the Smithsonian Institution
Harold (Hal) Wallace, the Curator of the Electricity Collection at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History sits down with host Mark Lien for a fascinating conversation about the history of electric lighting on another edition of Forces of Change.
Forces of Change | DOE 2020 and Beyond
Dr. Karma Sawyer of the DOE is Mark Lien’s guest and they discuss where the DOE is heading in 2020 and beyond specifically with regards to lighting.
Forces of Change | Intelligent Lighting Systems
Mark Lien sits down with Dr. Robert Karlicek of LESA at RPI to discuss how Intelligent Lighting Systems can transform how people live and work.
Trailblazers & Icons | Dr. James Brodrick
Probably no one in North America is more responsible for energy-saving dollars in lighting than James Brodrick over the last two decades. Jim reflects with Mark Lien on his work at the DOE and what he planning to do now and into the future.