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Symposium

"Light Scattering: Simulation and inversion"

University of Bremen, Bremen, 27. + 28. May 2013

Programme

At the heart of many modern industrial applications is fast and accurate numerical solution of inverse light scattering problems. For example, in metrology inverse scattering techniques are used in applications ranging from the small-scale optical characterisation of micro- and nanostructures to large-scale radar imaging.

Light scattering more and more becomes an indispensible tool in this context. Particle surface contaminations have to be detected, sized and characterized. For aerosol characterization spectroscopic methods and Lidar are used. Soot aggregates in an industrial or environmental setting have to be characterized based on measured scattering characteristics.

A common challenge for inverse problems in applications is the need for a thorough theoretical understanding of the problem and the difficulties, as well as fast and reliable numerical algorithms for inversion. The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers working on different aspects of light scattering and inverse problems from theory to computations and real-life applications.

 

Former Workshops

Inverse Scattering and Impedance Tomography 2012

DDA Workshop 2007

Null-Field Method 2008

Near field computation 2010

Nano structures on surfaces and light scattering 2011

Topics

  • Light scattering theory
  • Inverse scattering
  • Multiple scattering
  • Characterization methods
  • Particle surface scattering interaction

If you are interested to participate in the workshop please send an email to register. If you like to present a talk or present some input for discussion please send a one to four page abstract  to one of the organizers by 1. May 2013 using this Word template.

Preliminary list of talks

  • Lukas Eng, (invited), Institut für Angewandte Photophysik, Technische Universität Dresden
    Tuning the linear and non-linear optical response of nanosystems
  • Imre Horvat, von Karman Institute, Belgium
    Characterisation of submicron particles by means of the Light Extinction Technique
  • Mirza Karamehmedović, University of Bremen
    A sparse numerical model for optical characterisation of nanoparticles on rough surfaces
  • Thorsten Hohage, (invited), Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
    A spectrally accurate method for direct and inverse dielectric obstacle scattering problems
  • Masoumeh Dashti, (invited), University of Sussex, UK
    Bayesian inverse problems for functions
  • Mario Bebendorf, (invited), Institut für Numerische Simulation, Universität Bonn
    Hierarchical matrix preconditioners -- recent advances
  • Johannes Elschner, (invited), Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics, Berlin
    Direct and Inverse Problems for Diffraction Gratings
  • Matthias Bollhöfer, (invited), Institut "Computational Mathematics", TU Braunschweig
    Fast Solution for Large-Scale Application Problems in Computational Electromagnetic
  • Valia Guerra-Ones, (invited), Institute of Applied Mathematics, Technische Universiteit Delft
    Randomized Methods for Large-Scale Linear Problems
  • Renata F. da Costa, Comissão Nacional de Energia Nuclear, Instituto de Pesquisas Energéticas e Nucleares, Sao Paulo, Brasil
    Lidar: Characteristics, Operation, and Applications
  • Karri Muinonen, (invited), Department of Physics, University of Helsinki
    Multiple scattering of electromagnetic waves in planetary regoliths
  • Stefan Thomas, Computational Physics, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
    Optimization of plasmonic nanostructures excited by light or electron beams: A Generalized Multiparticle Mie Solution study
  • Patrick Stegmann, Fachgebiet für Strömungslehre und Aerodynamik, Technische Universität Darmstadt
    Application of ray-tracing to large, complex scattering particles
  • Ben Hourahine, Department of Physics, University of Strathclyde
    Control of resonances and fields in nanoparticles
  • Steffen Kieß, Parallele Systeme, Universität Stuttgart 
    GPU-based Hardware Acceleration of DDA and FDTD Light Scattering Simulations
  • Lena Bressel, Institut für Chemie, Universität Potsdam
    Monte-Carlo study of light transport in highly turbid absorbing and scattering media

Time table

Start at 14:00 on Monday 27.5.2013

End at 18:00 on Tuesday 28.5.2013

Duration for talks 30 mins or 45 mins including 5-10 mins discussion

Conference dinner

Monday 19:00

Venue

Bremer Institut für Messtechnik,
Automatisierung und Qualitätswissenschaft (BIMAQ)

Room 2070
Linzer Straße 13
28359 Bremen
Germany

Travel and Hotel information

BIMAQ with Google Maps

University campus map, BIMAQ marked by red arrow

BIMAQ travel information (German)

Tram Line 6, Airport (Flughafen) - Central Railway Station (Hauptbahnhof) - University Campus, final stop: Klagenfurter Str.

Footpath: Stop: Klagenfurther Str. to  BIMAQ, Linzer Str.

Hotels near the Universty Campus

Proceedings

The proceedings and the final program will be sent by email prior to the workshop.

Fee

There will be no fee.

Organizing Committee


This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., ZeTeM, Inverse Problems, University of Bremen

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., ZeTeM, Numerics, University of Bremen

Lutz Mädler, Process & Chemical Engineering, University of Bremen

Gert Goch, Institute for Metrology, Automation and Quality Science, University of Bremen

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This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Process & Chemical Engineering, Institut für Werkstofftechnik, Bremen, Germany

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