The Rocky Mountain Lighting Academy (RMLA), established through the Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder will hold its 2018 lighting courses this summer from June 21 - 24, 2018. Participants will be introduced to the fundamentals of light and vision, visual perception, IES TM-30 color metrics, light and health issues, and LED systems, among other topics. The technical course provides “an intensive hands-on exploration of photometry, optics, and luminaire design software.” The design course “emphasizes how to develop strong design concepts for interior lighting applications and how to integrate daylighting with electric lighting.”
Courses are taught by RMLA faculty members, lighting industry and design professionals, Walter Beamer, Teal Brogden, Bob Davis, David DiLaura, Mark Jongewaard, Jill Mulholland, Jeff Quinlan, Jennifer Scheib, Joel Spahn, Gary Trott, and Sandra Vasconez.
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Full details, including course fees (early bird rates are valid through Apr. 30) can be found on the registration page of the RMLA website. The proceeds from the RMLA courses are put toward providing financial support to the architectural engineering program at the University of Colorado.