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The 19th Electromagnetic and Light Scattering Conference

The 19th Electromagnetic and Light Scattering Conference (ELS-XIX) will be held at the ITMO University, St. Petersburg, Russia, from 29 June - 3 July 2020.

19th Electromagnetic and Light Scattering Conference is postponed to 2021.

Deadline for abstracts 15. March 2020

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)

13th International Conference on Laser-light and Interactions with Particles

August 23-28th, 2020, Warsaw, Poland

postponed to *August 21-26, 2022*,Warsaw, Poland

Note the *special issue LIP2020*scheduled in the 
Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative
Transfer is maintained (gate opens/closes in July/October 2020). Do not hesitate to submit any
article that would fall within the scope of
LIP conferences!




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)

Travel and Hotel Information
Leibniz-Institut für Werkstofforientierte Technologien - IWT
Badgasteiner Str. 3
28359 Bremen

An extensive overview about Bremen can be found here:


- Airplane
Information about Bremen airport is available here

Note: On 1st of April 2007 Ryan air started operation from and to Bremen
Airport. Therefore relatively cheap flights are available.
Starting from June 2007 Bremen is connected via Ryan air to the
following airports:
London (Stansted), Dublin, Oslo (Torp), Stockholm (Skavsta), Tampere,
Riga, Paris (Beauvais), Bratislava, Verona, Venice (Treviso),
Milan (Orio al Serio), Pisa, Alghero (Sardinia), Trapani (Sicily),
Malta, Girona (Barcelona), Murcia, Malaga
For more information see Ryan air Homepage

The airport has a direct connection with the city center via tram line '6'.
For more information see topic 'Public Transport in Bremen'.

- Train / timetables
The 'Deutsche Bahn' provides an online timetable:

- Car / routeplan planing
A route planing tool / citymap can be found here:

- Public transport in Bremen
Information about public transport and timetables are available here:

The workshop can be reached easily by tram line '6'.


Please have a look at the campus plan.

The conference takes place at the Institut für Werkstofftechnik / IWT.

By tram
First you should reach for Bremen Central Railway / Tram / Bus Station.
>From central tram station take tram line 6.
The ride takes approx. 15 Minutes.
Note: Tram 6 goes into two directions. Make sure that you reach for
'Universität' - it starts from railtrack E = Gleis E.
Leave the tram at tram stop 'Universität / Zentralbereich'.
The stops are announced in the trams.
Hint: The stop comes after a 90 degree right turn and is next to a huge
building with glass walls.
When leaving the tram you stand in front of the huge building with glass
Turn left and walk along this building, parallel to the tram tracks
(following the tram you just left).
Walk 50m until you meet a little statue. Turn right and follow the path
between two elongated buildings made from
dark red bricks and which are connected by several glass bridges.
After the second bridge you will reach the main entrance of the IWT -
pass it until you reach the third bridge.
Enter the door on the right handside under the bridge.

By car
Reach for the Highway / Autobahn A27.
>From the interchange Bremer Kreuz drive into direction of Bremerhaven.
Leave the highway at exit Horn-Lehe / Universität.
This is a 'double' exit, when it splits follow the exit 'Universität'.
It will bring you to the crossing 'Autobahnzubringer Universität' /
Turn right and follow the 'Hochschulring'.
When you reach the (143m high) 'Fallturm' (Freefall-Tower) turn left
(leaving the tower behind you).
On the right handside you will find a parking lot.
The fee for parking there is 0.60 EURO / day.
Leave the lot by walking between the two buildings and you will reach
the main entrance of the IWT.
Turn left and under the first bridge enter the door on the right.


If you plan to arrive by plane or train we suggest to take a hotel in
the area around central railway station.

This area is easy to reach from the airport: the tram line '6' will
bring you directly there (15 minutes).
You will also have no difficulties to reach the workshop: the tram line
'6' will bring you
directly to the venue (15 minutes).
Another advantage: the centre of Bremen with its tourist features is
within walking distance.
It takes you not more than 5-10 minutes to reach most of the places of

You will find different types of hotels there with a broad bandwidth of

Intercity Hotel

IBIS Hotel 'Centrum'

IBIS Hotel 'Altstadt' (another IBIS, not so close to central station)

Mercure Columbus

Best Western Hotel 'Schaper-Siedenburg'

Best Western Hotel 'Zur Post'

Hotel Buthmann

If you plan to travel by car and prefer a hotel closer to the venue:

Hotel Horner Eiche / Deutsche Eiche

Hotel Munte

Atlantic Hotel Universum

For those who will use car and are looking for a (very) inexpensive,
(simple) hotel
(a little bit further away and only recommendable for people with car):

ETAP Hotel Bremer Kreuz

If you would like to stay in a youth hostel:


For any questions related to entry requirements and visa please have a
look at the web pages of the

German Foreign Office ( Auswärtiges Amt )

The entry requirements and visa request forms are accessible at

A list of the German Embassies ist accesible via

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)

International Conference on Electromagnetic and Light Scattering XVIII (ELS-XVIII)

will take place at the Zhejiang University Hangzhou city, Zhejiang province, China from 9-14 June 2019.

Abstract submission deadline: March 15, 2019

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:

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 15th Electromagnetic and Light Scattering Conference will be held in Leipzig, Germany from 21 to 26 of June 2015.

  • Link (18 Aug 2014)


Detailed Information about upcoming and past conferences.
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