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Bremen Zoom Workshop on Light Scattering 2023

Leibniz-Institut für Werkstofforientierte Technologien - IWT, Bremen, Germany

20. + 21 March 2023

Registration by sending title of talk: 1. Feb. 2023

Word template for abstracts. Deadline 1. March 2023

There will be no fee.

Preliminary list of talks

  • Carlo Forestiere: Static surface mode expansion for the full-wave scattering from arrays of penetrable objects
  • Jajie Wang: Controlling the properties of photonic jets by adjusting the illumination condition
  • Ivan Lopushenko: Monte Carlo simulation of shaped light with spin and orbital angular momenta propagating in turbid tissue-like media
  • Alexander Kichigin: Discrete dipole simulations of electron energy-loss spectroscopy and cathodoluminescence for particles near substrate
  • Gérard Gouesbet: Forces exerted on particles by laser radiation: optical forces and photophoresis
  • Jonas Gienger: Imaging with scattered light in flow cytometry
  • Carynelisa Haspel: Attempts at Reproducing Measured Values of Extinction and Scattering by Organic Carbon and Black Carbon Aggregate
  • Yuri Eremin: Discrete source method for modeling light scattering by plasmonic nanoparticles with mesoscopic boundary conditions
  • David Barrios: Forward Scattering Ratios, Average Crossing Parameters and Scattering and Absorption Coefficients New Expressions  Using Diffuse Differential Equations of Four Flux Model
  • Maxim Yurkin: Analytical integration of the Green’s tensor in the discrete dipole approximation
  • Stefania Glukhova: Scattering simulations for Bessel beams near a plane substrate in the framework of the discrete dipole approximation
  • Konstantin Inzhevatkin: Acceleration of the discrete dipole approximation for multiple incident fields and refractive indices
  • Ulyanova Maria: Characterization of spherical homogeneous particles by their light scattering patterns using neural networks
  • Christos Mystilidis: Capturing the nonlocal response of plasmonic nanowires and nanoparticles with a boundary element method
  • Mirza Karamehmedović: Far-field super-resolution imaging using a steerable photonic nanojet
  • Isam Ben Soltane: A description of MOSEM - Multiple-Order Singularity Expansion Method - and its interest for studying light scattering

 

This year we like to focus on:

  • Scattering with focused/shaped beams
  • Scattering by aspherical/irregular/inhomogeneous particles
  • Scattering by biological objects (cells,...)

Other topics:

  • T-Matrix Methods
  • Generalized Multipole Methods
  • Discrete Dipole Approximation
  • Particle surface scattering interaction
  • Evanescent wave scattering
  • Near field enhancement
  • Plasmonics
  • Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy in the low loss region
  • Generalized Lorenz-Mie Theory

Former Workshops

Bremen Workshop on Light Scattering 2017

Bremen Workshop on Light Scattering 2020

Bremen Zoom Workshop on Light Scattering 2021

Bremen Zoom Workshop on Light Scattering 2022

If you like to present a talk or present some input for discussion register by sending you title by 1. Feb. 2023.

Please send a four page abstract  to one of the organizers by 1. March 2023 using this Word template.
Printed proceedings will be published as usual following the workshop.

Email

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Programme

start at 9.00 on 20.3.2022

end at 17.00 on 21.3.2022

duration for talks 20 mins + 10 mins discussion

Venue via Zoom

Leibniz-Institut für Werkstofforientierte Technologien - IWT
Badgasteiner Str. 3
28359 Bremen
Germany

Proceedings

The proceedings and the final program will be sent by email prior to the workshop. Printed proceedings will be published as usual following 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., Process & Chemical Engineering, Leibniz-Institut für Werkstofforientierte Technologien - IWT, Bremen, Germany

Jonas Gienger, Department 8.3 Biomedical Optics, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstal (PTB), Berlin, Germany

nanobem

nanobem is a Matlab toolbox for the solution of Maxwell's equations for metallic and dielectric nanoparticles using a Galerkin boundary element method (BEM) approach.

http://www.iwt-bremen.de/en/process-chemical-engineering/powder-and-particle-measurement/workshop-2017/workshop-travel

Lunar corona simulation

  • Link (22 Jan 2014)

Code Fortran Mie Theory by Marchant Benjamin.
Code pour calculer les proprietes optiques d'une sphere (theorie de Lorenz-Mie)
En sortie: Qe, W0, g, P11, P12/P11, P33/P11 et -P34/P11

Reference: Hong Du: Mie-Scattering Calculation, Applied Optics, Vol. 43, Issue 9, pp. 1951-1956 (2004)

 

Acoustic and Electromagnetic Scattering Analysis Using Discrete Sources

Adrian Doicu, Yuri Eremin and Thomas Wriedt

http://ars.els-cdn.com/content/image/3-s2.0-B9780122197406X5000X-cov150h.gif

Fortran program by Jiuzhi Xue and D. Pine to calculate the transport mean free path listed in the thesis by Peter D. Kaplan: Optical Studies of the Structure and Dynamics of Opaque Colloids. University of Pennsylvania, Dissertation, 1993.

  • Link (28 Oct 2011)

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