SPEAKER SUBMISSION INFORMATION
NOW ACCEPTING SPEAKER PROPOSALS
Submit your speaker proposals using the online form.
Complete and submit no later than February 28, 2020*
LED Specifier Summit invites the submission of topics that offer the latest trends, information, insight and perspective on the various aspects of commercial and architectural lighting for our audience of industry professionals.
*It is highly recommended to submit proposals as soon as possible as spaces will be filling up quickly. In order for nominations to be considered, the proposal form must be complete along with all the presenters’ names, titles and contact details.
SPEAKER PROPOSAL INFORMATION
Seminars run on Thursday, October 15 at Colorado Convention Center.
Submission Timeline (all dates subject to change)
February 28, 2020 – Deadline to submit proposals for consideration
May 15, 2020 – Speakers notified
June 1, 2020 – Signed Speaker Agreements Due
September 9, 2020 – Presentations due
LED Specifier Summit does not compensate for speaker fees, travel, accommodations or expenses. All selected speakers will receive a complimentary conference pass* in appreciation for participation.
*Non-Exhibiting Suppliers will be required to pay the NES fee ($595) to gain access to the exhibit hall.
LED Specifier Summit relies on feedback from attendees and input from its advisory board in developing the conference program. These individuals, who represent the lighting and built industries and the design community, have volunteered their time to help develop a high-quality professional education program for their peers, including recommending the topics listed below for inclusion on the educational program.
While topics other than those recommended will be considered, the proposal must make a clear case for its inclusion. LED Specifier Summit will give first consideration to proposals that feature speakers that are lighting designers and architects. We urge vendors to encourage their clients to submit speaking proposals.
Seminars may include both traditional presentations and panel discussion sessions.
SUGGESTED SEMINAR TOPICS
End-user case studies will be taken into high consideration.
• Regional Codes and Standards
• Tunable White
• Trends in Design Software
• Control Systems
• Applications/Installations with Various Light Sources
• Health in Lighting/Circadian
• New Design Trends
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