IEEE-Madison Section January Meeting


  • January Section Meeting: "LED Lighting: Innovation in the marketplace"

  • Date: Thursday, January 15th, 2015
  • Speaker: Ingrid McMasters, LC
  • Details: Lecture and Tour of ETC, starting at 5:30PM
  • Appetizers and Beverages will be served Free of Charge.
  • Please Register Below
  • NOTE:  This is an EVENING Meeting!

  •   Date and Time




    • Date: 15 Jan 2015
    • Time: 05:30 PM to 08:00 PM
    • All times are (GMT-06:00) US/Central
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    • 3031 Pleasant View Rd.
    • Middleton, Wisconsin
    • United States 53562
    • Building: Electronic Theater Controls

    • For more information email Scott Olsen at the link shown.
    • Starts 23 December 2014 10:00 AM
    • Ends 15 January 2015 12:00 PM
    • All times are (GMT-06:00) US/Central
    • No Admission Charge


    Ingrid McMasters Ingrid McMasters


    LED Lighting: Innovation in the marketplace

    Biography: Ingrid McMasters, LC is a lighting designer by trade, having worked on all types of interior and exterior lighting in commercial and residential projects over the past 19 years. She is a true lighting geek and is a past president and program chair for the Illuminating Engineering Society - Madison Section. She is Lighting Certified through the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions (NCQLP) and currently serves as the NCQLP Test Committee chairperson. She teaches Lighting at Madison College and calls on the Madison and Eau Claire specifier community for Enterprise Lighting and Control as a sales representative and is their continuing educator coordinator for the state of Wisconsin.


    Address:5404 Anthony Street, , McFarland, Wisconsin, United States, 53558

    Ingrid McMasters


    LED Lighting: Innovation in the marketplace



    Address:McFarland, Wisconsin, United States


    Talk: Ingrid McMasters

    will discuss the reasons why LED lighting is quickly becoming the

    most specified light source in the market and provide a reality

    check on the pros and cons of the technology. She will share some

    of the most common applications and identify some of the myths of

    LEDs. She will also touch on why LEDs can be difficult to specify

    and use when compared to traditional lighting technologies.

    Tour: Following the talk

    we will have a tour of Electronic Theater Controls facility. ETC

    is a global leader in the manufacture of lighting and rigging

    technology for entertainment and architectural applications.

    Founded in Madison, Wisconsin, in 1975, ETC was a college project

    that grew into a major business, with Fred Foster as the current

    chief executive officer. ETC’s international headquarters is

    located in Middleton, Wisconsin. The company also has offices in

    Mazomanie (Wisconsin), New York, Hollywood, Orlando, Hong Kong,

    Copenhagen, Ede (the Netherlands), Rome, London, Berlin, and

    Holzkirchen (Germany). ETC employs nearly 900 people around the