Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IES)

The Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IES) is the recognized technical authority on illumination. For over 100 years; its objective has been to communicate information on all aspects of good lighting practice to its members, to the lighting community, and to consumers, through a variety of programs, publications, and services. IES is a forum for the exchange of ideas and information, and a vehicle for its members' professional development and recognition. Through technical committees, with hundreds of qualified individuals from the lighting and user communities, IES correlates research, investigations, and discussions to guide lighting professionals and lay persons via consensus-based lighting recommendations. The Society publishes nearly 100 varied technical publications, and works cooperatively with related organizations on a variety of programs and in the production of jointly published documents and standards. For more information visit

Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort descending
The Photometric Connection - Part 4 Robert E. Levin Dec 01, 1982
A General Illuminance Model for Daylight Availability Gary Gillette, William Pierpoint, Stephen Treado Jul 01, 1984
Toward a Model of Visual Performance: Foundations and Data Mark S. Rea Jul 01, 1986
Pupillary Size Differences under Incandescent and High-Pressure Sodium Lamps S. M. Berman, D. L. Jewett, L. R. Bingham, R. M. Nahass, F. Perry, G. Fein Jan 01, 1987
On Near-Field Photometry P. Y. Ngai Jul 01, 1987
Application Distance Photometry Steve Stannard, John Brass Jan 01, 1990
Second-Level Post-Occupancy Evaluation Analysis Belinda L. Collins, PhD, Will Fisher, Gary Gillette, Robert W. Marans, PhD Jul 01, 1990
Halogen-IR Lamp Development: A System Approach R. S. Bergman Jul 01, 1991
Modeling Skylight Angular Luminance Distribution from Routine Irradiance Measurements R. Perez, R. Seals, J. Michalsky Jan 01, 1993
Nondiffuse Radiative Transfer 2: Planar Area Sources and Receivers David L. DiLaura Jul 01, 1996