NEW YORK, October 5, 2017 — LEDucation, the LED-only tradeshow and educational forum organized by the Designers Lighting Forum of New York (DLFNY), has announced its 2018 Call for Presentation Proposals. The deadline is November 19. Speakers are invited to share knowledge and expertise on subjects related to and about LED Lighting, including applications, practices, control, construction, innovation and other aspects of the lighted environment. Interested parties should set up an account via the online submission portal at https://ww4.aievolution.com/led1801/index.cfm
Speakers will be notified by December 4 if their proposal has been accepted. If so, draft presentations are due January 28, 2018, and final presentations are due February 23, 2018.
For examples of past presentations, the archive of the past five years of conference proceedings (LEDucation 7 through LEDucation 11) is available via the LEDucation website.
All questions regarding the LEDucation Call for Speakers are to be addressed to email@example.com
LEDucation is the largest LED-only tradeshow and educational forum in the US. Organized by the Designers Lighting Forum of New York, LEDucation is the ultimate marketplace for solid-state lighting innovations, giving industry professionals a chance to experience new technologies as well as continue their eduction through a wide range of AIA/CEU accredited seminars. LEDucation is a non-profit event, and its proceeds help stimulate future LED advancements by supporting a variety of grants, scholarships and lighting programs. http://leducation.org/index.html
About the Designers Lighting Forum of New York
The Designers Lighting Forum of New York is committed to exploring and presenting the power of lighting in design. Founded in 1934, the Designers Lighting Forum is a not-for-profit organization, led by a volunteer Board of Managers and sustained by member dues and the generous support of corporate sponsors. They enthusiastically provide designers, architects, manufacturers and their representatives, contractors, educators, and students the opportunity to meet and experience the wonder of lighting in New York City and beyond. The DLFNY also supports formal lighting education through contributions to local universities and design schools, as well as national funds. http://dlfny.com/