Light Metrology Workshops
If you are working with LEDs or SSL lighting products of any type, joining our workshop will help you to:
- Give you and your business a competitive advantage
- Understand the jargon and metrics used to express light and lighting
- Learn best practices to meet national requirements and IES Test and Measurement Guidelines
- Understand the equipment and functions needed to perform metrology of light sources
- Gain hands-on experience making accurate measurements of flux, color and intensity
- Properly express the performance of your products
With the knowledge gained in this workshop, attendees will be equipped to specify products correctly, measure product color accurately, understand photometric measurements and communicate effectively both with suppliers and customers. Overall, you gain a competitive advantage in your job and for your company.
The regional workshops are split between presented materials and then applying the knowledge gained to practice hands-on experience with the latest, state-of-the art measurement equipment.
Anaheim, CA -- Wednesday January 11
Lyndhurst, NJ -- Wednesday February 15
Chicago, IL -- Thursday March 23
Atlanta, GA -- TBD 2017
Durham, NC -- TBD 2017
About the Presenter:
Greg McKee is the Chief Technologist and Product Marketing Manager at Labsphere Inc. USA He brings over twenty-eight years of leadership and experience in engineering, marketing and business development in complex environments with high technology light metrology products. Prior to that he held the positions of Vice President of Engineering and General Manager of Systems Business Development where he was responsible for creating and executing strategic business plans for standard and customer specific product development in the lighting and imaging test markets. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electro-Optics Engineering from the University of Houston.
Mr. McKee served as an Executive Officer on the Council for Optical Radiation Measurements (CORM) Board of Directors for nine years. He has also served as Chairman of CORM Technical Committee Subcommittee CR-4 Integrating Flux Devices and Chairman of the Illuminating Engineers Society of North America (IESNA) Technical Procedures Committee for the Photometry of Light Source where he managed the creation and revisions of standard test procedures of light sources. Mr. McKee has given talks globally including but not limited to CORM, SPIE, Strategies in Light, and The LED Show as well as numerous publications, articles webcasts, and seminars.