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Laser-Light and Interactions with Particles

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

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)

Workshop Light/Matter Interactions at the nanoBIO interface

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

  • Link (22 Sep 2016)


The 11th international conference series on Laser-light and Interactions with Particles (LIP2016) which will be held from April 22 to 26, 2016 in Xi'an, China.

  • Link (27 Nov 2015)

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)

Bremen Workshop on Light Scattering 2015

Institut für Werkstofftechnik, IWT, Bremen, 2. + 3. March 2015

Word template for abstracts. Deadline 1. Feb. 2015

Travel and Hotel information

Preliminary list of talks

    • A. B. Evlyukhin: Multipole decomposition in the discrete dipole approximation.
    • Yuri Eremin: Fluorescent Enhancement in the Presence of Plasmonic Structures.
    • Nobuhiro Moteki: Volume Integral Equation Method Optimized for Black Carbon-Containing Aerosol Particles.
    • Vladimir Schmidt: Extinction spectroscopy.
    • Jens Hellmers: Scattering by erythrocytes: Comparision of methods.
    • Snow H. Tseng: Analyzing the time-reversed ultrasonically encoded (TRUE).
      technique by numerical solutions of Maxwell’s equations.
    • Sawitree Saengkaew: Fourier Interferometric Imaging.
    • A. Bescond: Speciation of soot aggregates in terms of organic compounds and textural properties by analysis of the visible extinction spectra.
    • Oleksandr Zhuromskyy: T-matrix simulation of light scattering on mesocrystalline particles.
    • Jerome Yon: Impact of the necking and overlapping of soot aggregates on their radiative properties.
    • Alex Gansen: 3D leapfrog Scheme for Electromagnetic Modelling of Arbi-trary Shaped Anisotropic Dielectric Objects using unstruc-tured meshes.
    • Ugo Tricoli: Comparison of the GDT-matrix code with the ADDA code and the SID single scattering measurements.
    • Manuel Rodrigues Gonçalves: Fano resonances in T-like and H-like plasmonic nanostructures.
    • Konrad Kandler: Electron Microscope Stereogrammetry for Modelling Mineral Dust.
    • Alex J. Yuffa: Near- and Far-Field Resonances.
    • Johannes Markkanen: On the accuracy of internal fields in the discrete-dipole ap-proximation.
    • Patrick Stegmann: GPGPU Calculation of Expansion Coefficients of Electro-magnetic Fields on Spherical and Spheroidal Vector Wave Bases.
    • David Dannhauser: Individual erythrocyte analysis in microfluidic flow by dif-ferent light scattering methods.
    • Ya Yan Lu: Vertical Mode Expansion Method for Plasmonics Applications.
    • Philip Born: Near-field enhancement of transmission in dense packings of dielectric spheres.
    • Igor Meglinsk:
    • Amos Egel: Coherent and Near Field Effects in Light Scattering at Disor-dered Spherical Particle Ensembles Embedded in Metal-Dielectric Thin Film Systems
    • Christopher Rosebrock:
    • Isabel Schick: