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Welcome to the IES Dallas Section

The Illuminating Engineering Society, Dallas Section is the technical authority on illumination who caters to all lighting professionals. The IES, a non-profit membership organization, sets out to improve the lighted environment by bringing together those with lighting knowledge and by translating that knowledge into actions that benefit the general populace. The Illuminating Engineering Society was founded in 1906 to establish scientific lighting recommendations and to advance knowledge of the the lighted environment for the benefit and improvement of society.

The IES' vision is to build upon a century of outstanding excellence to create a premier lighting community that's dedicated to promoting the art and science of lighting to its members, allied profession organizations and to the public through inspiring events and through informative programs, presentations and networking events.

 

 

 
Dallas (North Texas) Section
Awards

Pictures from the IA Awards, April 16, 2014 - 

 

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Future Meetings:

When: July 16
"Summer Social"

Where: Craft & Growler

3601 Parry Ave (at First Ave)
Dallas, TX 75226
Pizza will be ordered from nearby Pizza Lounge

 There isn't going to be a speaker but those that attend will have YouTube discussions about what the Marfa Lights really are.

 

When: Wednesday June 18, 2014

Topic:  Post LightFair Lamp & Ballast Update
When: August 20
Topic: "Understanding Photometric Files" CityPlace
Where: 2711 North Haskell Ave, Dallas, TX
 
Regional chair Jennifer Jaques will explain how to read photometric files and afterward, discuss the state of IES.
 (See Attached Bio)