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SLL LightBytes Series



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The SLL Lighting Knowledge Series: LightBytes

A huge thank you to all those that attended during the 2017-18 series. The Society is currently planning the next Lighting Knowledge Series which is due to begin in October 2018. The series will travel around the UK and dates and locations will be announced shortly. 

If there is a particular subject that you would like to find out more about, please do email us at sll@cibse.org 

Click here to view the 2017-18 LightBytes flyer

In a reworking of the previous Masterclasses, each LightByte event provided a day of peer reviewed, bitsize presentations focusing on the key factors relating to the following topics:

- DESIGN

SPECIFY

- BUILD

- FUTURE


Each of the speakers delivered a presentation on an aspect of each of these four topics, with an opportunity for a discussion after each session. 

The speakers for the 2017-18 series were Les Thomas MSLL, Fagerhult, Helen Loomes FSLL, Trilux, Roger Sexton MSLL, Xicato and Graeme Shaw MSLL, Zumtobel. We were also joined by digital engineering specialist, Carl Collins, CIBSE.

Each year all of the presentations are brand new and peer reviewed, providing the opportunity to add 4.5 hours to your CPD.

The new structure will be continued for the 2018-19 series and is designed to cover the most relevant and pressing issues which currently face the lighting industry, as well as generating debate and discussion between those within the lighting community and in associated industries.

The 2017-18 SLL Lighting Knowledge Series was supported by:

Fagerhult  Trilux

Xicato   Zumtobel Group


Past topics include:

Inside Out: Light & Architecture
Light for Life
Quality UP, Energy DOWN
Beyond the Code
One Building a Minute
Low Carbon Challenge
Lighting for the Future
The Drivers of Design
Update on legislation and case studies
New Technology, New Legislation, New Opportunities
Lighting Design
The Realities of Lighting