TracePro® Winter European Training Courses 2020

Lambda Research Corporation is excited to invite you to one of our extensive training courses on our TracePro product. Tutorial classes will be held at the University of Cologne, Germany, and given in English.

Each course is one day in length and will focus on a variety of topics. We strongly recommend students take or have taken TracePro 101 before moving on to the more advanced courses. A student taking all 3 days of training will leave with an extensive knowledge of TracePro and its features and capabilities, and be ready to use that knowledge on a daily basis.

Please contact us is you have any questions on these courses.

Please note that the TracePro 101 course should be considered a pre-requisite for the second and third days of training.

TracePro 101

February 5th, 2020

Day 1: 

  • Introduction to TracePro
  • Importing geometry and creating geometry in TracePro
  • Applying properties
  • Defining sources
  • Raytracing
  • Analyzing the results

This class is an excellent introduction to TracePro. If you are new to TracePro or if you are an experienced TracePro user, you will certainly find this course informative and helpful. We will start at the beginning by building models in TracePro, importing CAD models, applying properties, defining light sources, running raytraces, and analyzing the results. We will cover many of the features in TracePro. Numerous examples will be used in this class, including luminaires, lenses, light guides, and displays. At the end of this class attendees will have a good working knowledge of TracePro that they can take back to their workplace.

TracePro 102

February 6th, 2020

Day 2:

  • Making custom properties in TracePro
  • Stray light analysis
  • Importance Sampling
  • The Scheme macro language and macro programming in TracePro

This course will introduce users to the more advanced features such as making custom properties, the Scheme macro language, and stray light analysis. We will introduce concepts such as the property editors, the tools in TracePro for making new properties, importance sampling, BSDF, and the macro recorder. Once again, numerous examples will be used throughout the day. TracePro 101 or a good working knowledge of TracePro should be considered a prerequisite for this course.

Optimization with TracePro

February 7th, 2020

Day 3:

  • Introduction to the TracePro Interactive Optimizer
  • Principles of optimization
  • Creating geometry in the optimizer
  • Defining variables
  • Defining optimization operands or goals

This course introduces students to the Interactive Optimizer in TracePro. We will discuss the theory and operation of the optimizer in TracePro. We will also cover setting up an optimization as well as the parameters necessary for this process. Numerous examples will be used throughout the day, including lenses, reflectors, and light guides. After this course students will have a good working knowledge of the optimizer and be able to apply it to their own applications and problems. TracePro 101 or a good working knowledge of TracePro should be considered a prerequisite for this course.

Registration Form

Classes will be held from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm each day. Training will be held in the Multimedia-Room (ZO6-10). Directions will be provided on request. Tuition includes all materials, individual use of a computer, and lunch. Please notify your sales representative if you have any food allergies or require a vegan or vegetarian lunch. We will do our best to accommodate your request. Tuition must be paid in full prior to attendance.

ATTENDANCE IS LIMITED. PRE-REGISTRATION WITH PAYMENT MUST BE MADE AT LEAST TWO WEEKS BEFORE THE START OF THE COURSE. THE FEE IS REFUNDABLE UP TO THAT POINT (A FEE IS CHARGED FOR LATER CANCELLATIONS).

Graf-Gessler-Str. 13-15 & Deutzer Freiheit 99, 50679 Köln-Deutz

Gummersbacher Str. 6, 50679 Köln

Theodor-Hürth-Str. 2-4, 50679 Köln

Deutz-Kalker Str. 52, 50679 Köln

Address:
Technische Hochschule Koeln · University of Applied Sciences Fakultaet 07 · Institut fuer Angewandte Optik und Elektronik Raum HW2-39 · Betzdorfer Strasse 2 · 50679 Koeln · Germany.

Lodging is available at nearby hotels. Attendees are responsible for their own room arrangements and should make reservations directly with the hotel. Here are two recommendations:

www.hotelstadtpalais.de
Deutz-Kalker Str. 52, 50679 Köln

www.messehotel-deutz.de
Theodor-Hürth-Str. 2-4, 50679 Köln

www.hotelbb.de
Gummersbacher Str. 6, 50679 Köln

https://www.hotelaltdeutz.eu/en/default.html
Graf-Gessler-Str. 13-15 & Deutzer Freiheit 99, 50679 Köln-Deutz

Pre-registration with payment must be made at least three weeks before the start of the course. The fee is refundable up to that point (a $800 fee is charged for later cancellations).