CONFERENCE SEMINAR
Does Spectrum Matter?
THURSDAY – SEPTEMBER 6
8:00 – 9:00 am | Seminar S1
TARGET AUDIENCE
Architects | Engineers | Interior Designers | Landscape Architects | Lighting Designers | Other End Users
AUDIENCE LEVEL
Intermediate
QUALIFIES FOR
1.0 AIA LU | HSW; 1 BOMI CPD; 1 IDCEC; 1 USGBC CE
Additional learning units will be posted when confirmed
Nancy Clanton, PE, FIALD, FIES, LEED Fellow
CEO – Clanton & Associates, Inc.
ABOUT THE SESSION

Changing spectrum of light, during the course of the day and night, has become an important design issue – from both environmental and circadian aspects. There is a lot of confusion on deciding factors and design drivers. This seminar will explore implementation challenges, especially with design decisions on timing, intensity, and tunable white versus spectral tuning. Featuring three real-world case studies on spectrum including one for an interior high-stress environment.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • The importance of daylight and electric lighting design integration in achieving design goals.
  • Explore design drivers such as human health and/or environmental disruption.
  • Review current research…many times it may be conflicting.
  • Discuss design challenges especially in weighing the spectrum drivers with quality design.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Nancy Clanton - CEO - Clanton & Associates
Nancy Clanton, PE, FIALD, FIES, LEED Fellow
CEO
Clanton & Associates, Inc.

Nancy Clanton is president of Clanton & Associates, a lighting design firm specializing in sustainable and regenerative design. Nancy is a registered Professional Engineer in Colorado and Oregon. Nancy is a member of the National Academy of Science committee on the assessment of solid state lighting. Nancy received the 2014 ACEC Colorado Outstanding Woman Engineer Award and the International CleanDesign Award. Nancy has served on the USGBC LEED Environmental Quality Technical Advisory Group, was lighting group leader for Greening of the White House, led the lighting workshops for the C40 conference in Seoul, and was twice awarded the IES Presidential Award.