Event and Speaker Profiles

IESLA Neon Bus Cruise

Thursday November 17, 2016

Please join us for the popular award winning Neon Bus tour. From the classic movie marquees of downtown Los Angeles’ theater districts to the glittering lights of Hollywood and the glowing pagodas of Chinatown we will observe amazing examples of contemporary neon art as well as innovative electrical advertising. We will travel the streets of Los Angeles on the top deck of a convertible British Bus with a knowledgeable guide to enlighten and entertain us!

Time and meeting location:
Corner of 4th and Main (Downtown LA)

$45 for members
$55 for non-members

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20th Annual IESLA Golf Classic

Friday September 30, 2016

Please join us for a great day of golf and celebration at the 20th Annual IESLA Golf Classic to benefit the IESLA Student Education Fund. Your continued support will insure that our 20th year celebration will be extra special with lots of special prizes and treats throughout the day! Reservations due by 9-21-2016.

Rio Hondo Golf Course
10627 Old River School Road
Downey, CA 90241

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For more information, please contact Michael Shearer at
949-294-6983 or via email at mshearer@scilights.com

2016 Title 24 Requirements and Changes

Thursday October 27, 2016

Louis Poulsen Showroom at the Helms Design Center
8745 Washington Boulevard, Suite E
Culver City, CA 90232

Charles Knuffke

Charles is Wattstopper's Systems Vice President and Evangelist, overseeing all product activity relating to the company’s Digital Lighting Management System.

For the past 30+ years, he has worked with engineers, contractors, distributors and owners to design, specify, and start up Lighting Control Systems for almost every kind of Commercial and Industrial project. The products have run the gamut from simple standalone occupancy sensors to networked Lighting Control Systems for multi-building campuses. After the systems have been installed, Charles has spent thousands of hours working with the facility engineers ensuring that they are educated on their new systems and are using them to their fullest capabilities

Charles serves on the IESNA’s Lighting Commissioning Committee and has also attended numerous California Energy Commission meetings during the development of the various Title 24 Energy Codes to provide real world commentary to the policy makers. He has shared his expertise on Title 24 at numerous industry events including Lightshow West, other IES section meetings, the Berkeley Lab - Energy Technologies Area (ETA), and has also been interviewed several times by the Lighting Controls Association.

Appetizers, drinks and free valet parking will be provided. This event is expected to reach capacity so advance registration is encouraged!

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