Professional Education Services Company, ltd

Training for Professionals by Professionals

Light Emitting Diode Theory and Applications

Course Outline

 Physical principals

- Properties of light

- Measurement units

- Color Rendering

- Efficiency


- Semiconductors

- Circuits and power supplies

- Diffusers and Reflectors

- Comparison with other light sources


- General lighting

- Specialized lighting

 Federal and Industry Standards

 Economic Efficiency

Developer: Michael Georgalis, BS Physics, LCP


Mike has a BS in Physics, cum laud from Cleveland State University and he is a Lighting Certified Professional (LCP) through the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions (NCQLP). Mike is currently employed in the LED lighting industry. His experience includes the design of LED lighting applications for commercial, retail and industrial customers. Mike also has experience in the design and application of High Intensity Discharge lighting systems.


Instructor: Nicholas Georgalis, MSEE, PE


Nicholas Georgalis is a registered professional engineer with the State of Ohio. He has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Case Institute of Technology and a Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering. Mr. Georgalis worked at AT&T and its affiliates for over 20 years as a staff manager conducting engineering economic studies as one of his responsibilities. He also helped to establish the Quality District for Ameritech. His experience includes the engineering and project management of Intelligent Communications Systems. He has given talks and conducted training on a variety of engineering related subjects to military organizations, public agencies and private corporations. Mr. Georgalis has also worked as a patent examiner for the United States Patent and Trademark Office and he is a patent holder.

Course is qualified for:

On-line hours



Professional Engineers



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