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Bremen Workshop on Light Scattering 2018

Institut für Werkstofftechnik, IWT, Bremen

19. + 20. March 2018

Word template for abstracts. Deadline 1. Feb. 2018

This time we like to have a focus on multiple particle scattering and experiments.

Travel and Hotel information

Preliminary list of talks (2.2.18)

    • Vasyl Choliy: Custom targets in DDscat.C++ software

      Stuart C. Hawkins: Mixed configuration multiple scattering using the T-matrix

      Hany L. S. Ibrahim: Multiple Scattering of a Focused Laser Beam by a Cluster Consisting of Nonconcentric encapsulated Particles

      Michael Kahnert: Information content of lidar observations

      Franz Kanngießer: Calculation of optical properties of light-absorbing carbon with weakly absorbing coating

      Gerhard Kristensson:  Multiple scattering by a collection of randomly located obstacles distributed in a dielectric slab

      Johannes Markkanen:  Radiative Transfer solution for scattering by dense discrete random medium of irregular particles

      Romain Pierrat: Light scattering by cold atoms: the flash effect

      Dmytro Plutenko: Longitudinally Polarized Purely Electric and Magnetic Photonic Nanojets

      Thomas Prevenslik: Invalidity of Thermal Fluctuations at the Nanoscale

      Tom Rother: Plane wave scattering on bispheres: iterative solution and sum rules

      Sanghyeon Yu: Strong Concentration of Electromagnetic fields by Nearly Touching Plasmonic Spheres

      Thomas Voigtmann: Simulation of Dynamic Light Scattering from Spheres with internal multiple scattering

      Irina Volkovskaya: Second-Harmonic Generation by Mie-resonant Nanoparticles Made of Noncentrosymmetric Dielectrics

      Adrian Doicu:

      Ivan Lopushenko:

      Yuri Eremin: Analysis of GNOR model for light scattering via Discrete Sources

      Naima Khebbache: Genearalized Multipole Method for light scattering by arbitary shaped particles.

      Ulrich Krieger:

      Karsten Schmidt: Numerical investigations of the scattering behavior of bispheres in the context of remote sensing applications

      Philip Born: THz extinction spectroscopy on dense particle cluster

    • Lukas Pflug: Multi-material Optimization of Nanoparticles by Discrete Dipole Approximation and Sequential Global Programming 

      Artur L Gower: Characterising particulate random media from near-surface backscattering: a machine learning approach to measure particle size and concentration.

Workshop Light/Matter Interactions at the nanoBIO interface

Nov 28-29, 2016 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Link (22 Sep 2016)

Laser-Light and Interactions with Particles

The 2018 conference will take place on March 5th-9th, 2018 in College Station, Texas.

The 16th Electromagnetic and Light Scattering Conference

The 16th Electromagnetic and Light Scattering Conference (ELS-XVI) will be held at the University of Maryland/College Park, MD, USA from 19-25 March 2017.

  • Link (1 Apr 2016)

ELS-XVII

The 17th Electromagnetic and Light Scattering Conference (ELS-XVII) will be held at the Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA from 4-9 March 2018. ELS-XVII will be held in parallel with the 11th International Conference on Laser-light and Interactions with Particles.

Bremen Workshop on Light Scattering 2016

Institut für Werkstofftechnik, IWT, Bremen, 7. + 8. March 2016

Word template for abstracts. Deadline 1. Feb. 2016

Travel and Hotel information

Preliminary list of talks (16.2.16)