1 unit EDAC continuing education
1 unit AIA continuing education
CEU forms available for download during webinar
This webinar is free to our Affiliate+ members.
All members should log in before registering to get member benefits/pricing.
This webinar will offer an overview in the latest thinking about lighting and its impact. Since there have been so many presentations, magazine articles, and research studies on the circadian (24-hour body clock) side of Human Centric Lighting (HCL), the presenter will briefly touch upon these concepts to set context. More importantly, this this program will focus on the non-circadian side of lighting, which almost nobody in the lighting industry communicates about and, in many applications, is more important than circadian. HCL 1.0 is circadian. HCL 2.0 includes improved visual lighting quality. HCL 3.0 includes non-circadian concepts, such as people taking anti-depressants, migraine headaches, autism, dyslexia, etc. For HCL 3.0 there are many more pathways than the commonly touted eye to suprachiasmatic nucleus.
As HCL or other names for it have gotten popular, there are various statements, which are often contradictory. A set of tools, which can help you determine what is accurate and what is not, will be discussed. New hospital case studies will also be discussed.
Refine a general understanding of basic Human Centric Lighting, which is HCL 1.0.
Learn about the newly revealed benefits of the non-circadian side of Human Centric Lighting, which is HCL 3.0, and understand that these are often more important than the circadian benefits.
Grasp how to get a preliminary sense if various statements, which are sometimes contradictory, about Human Centric Lighting seem accurate.
Become aware of the recent Human Centric Lighting studies in hospitals in Europe and North America.
Principal, Lighting Wizards and Chair and Co-Founder
Human Centric Lighting Society
Stan Walerczyk is principal of Lighting Wizards and chair of the Human Centric Lighting Society. His 29 years lighting experience includes distribution, maintenance, retrofit contracting, 3rd party review, consulting, design, luminaire design, policy-making and research. He assisted DOE research on spectrally enhanced lighting. He has been a judge of the Architectural SSL Product Innovation and LEDs Magazine’s Sapphire Awards. He wrote 100+ white papers and published articles. The AEE published his book ‘Lighting & Controls: Transitioning to the Future’. He presented 1100+ seminars, including at 4 Lightfairs, 4 AEE WEECs, 3 IES Conferences, 3 E Source Annual Forums, 2 Strategies in Light, 1 LightShow West, 1 OLEDs Summit and 1 Department of Energy Solid State Lighting Conference. He is a Certified Lighting Energy Professional by the Association of Energy Engineers, and is on the review board for that. He is a Human Centric Lighting Professional. He abandoned his Lighting Certified by the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions. He worked on the IES Spectral Effects and Energy Management Committees. firstname.lastname@example.org