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Laser-light and Interactions with Particles, August 25-29th, 2014, Marseille, France

  • Link (22 July 2013)

Bremen Workshop on Light Scattering 2020

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

16. + 17. March 2020

Word template for abstracts. Deadline 1. Feb. 2020

Travel and Hotel information

Preliminary list of talks

OPC2014 (International Conference on Optical Particle Characterization )

AIST Tokyo Waterfront, Tokyo, Japan, from March 10 to 14, 2014, organized by Doshisha University

Athens-Moscow-Bremen Workshop
EELS- and Light Scattering Simulation  2018

Leibniz-Institut für Werkstofforientierte Technologien - IWT, Bremen

22. October 2018, 8:30 - 14:00

If you like to participate at this workshop please send an email to

Thomas Wriedt This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

There is no fee.

Workshop "Scattering by aggregates (on surfaces)"

Institut für Werkstofftechnik, IWT, Bremen, 24. + 25. March 2014

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Photo of the group

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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 Zoom Workshop on Light Scattering 2022

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

21. + 22. March 2022

Word template for abstracts. Deadline 1. March 2022

Preliminary list of talks

  • Yuri Eremin Moscow State University (invited talk): Analysis of Spatial Dispersion Influence on the Absorption Properties of Magnetoplasmonic Core-Shell Nanoparticles
  • David Barrios, Universidad Politécnica Salesiana, Guayaquil, Ecuador: Light Scattering Parameters of Polymer Dispersed Liquid Crystals Obtained by Inversion of Experimental Data
  • Gunnar Niklasson, Uppsala University, Sweden: Inversion of Light Scattering Experiments by Using the Four-Flux Theory
  • Francisco V. Ramirez Cuevas, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Chile: A fluctuational electrodynamics approach for orientation-averaged light scattering

  • Andrey Evlyukhin, Leibniz University Hannover: Secondary multipole analysis in the optics of nanostructures.
  • Alexander Putz, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB): Pulse-shape Analysis for Aspherical Particles in Flow Cytometry
  • Jonas Gienger, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB): Modeling of angle-resolved near-forward light-scatter pulses in flow cytometry using Generalized Lorenz-Mie Theory
  • Pu Zhang, Huazhong University of Science of Technology: Bright Optical Eigenmode of 1 nm3 Mode Volume
  • Connor Barker, Royal Holloway University of London: Experimental Investigation and T-Matrix Modelling of Near-Field Effects in Mie Scattering from Optically Trapped Neighbouring Particles
  • Stefania Glukhova, Novosibirsk State University: Simulating the Bessel beam scattering by particles near the plane substrate
  • Franz Kanngießer, Chalmers University of Technology: Testing DDA orientation averaging schemes for calculating remote sensing-relevant properties.
  • Alexander Kichigin, Novosibirsk State University: Simulating electron energy loss spectroscopy for particles near substrate.
  • Konstantin Inzhevatkin, Novosibirsk State University: Optically-soft limit of the geometric optics for acceleration of the discrete dipole approximation
  • Krzysztof Czajkowsk, Institute of Geophysics, University of Warsaw: Extracting the dressed T-matrix of a particle on a substrate using discrete dipole approximation
  • Carynelisa Haspel, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem: The Sparsely-Spaced-Spherical-Scatterers Scheme
  • Christopher Wirth, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Case Western Reserve University: Investigation and Analysis of Scattered Light from Colloidal Spheroids with Scattering Morphology Resolved Total Internal Reflection Microscopy (SMR-TIRM). 
  • Adrian Doicu: 

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 (6.3.18)

    • 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

      Alina Vasilyeva: Modelling of electromagnetic scattering by axisymmetric particle near a plane surface and imaging of the scattered field

      Ivan Lopushenko: Exitation of plasmonic nanoparticles with electron beam (EELS) accounting for nonlocal effect.

      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: SERS pH Nanoprobes in Single, Levitated Aerosol Particles

    • 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.

Bremen Zoom Workshop on Light Scattering 2021

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

22. + 23. March 2021

Word template for abstracts. Deadline 1. March. 2021

Preliminary list of talks

  • Yuri Eremin: The Discrete Sources Method for investigation of the influence of non-local effect on the absorption of bimetallic plasmonic nanoparticles
  • Adrian Doicu: Radiative transfer equation for discrete random media illuminated by a Gaussian beam
  • Mandana Jalali: The Simulation Scenario of Quantum Tunneling in Gold Nanodimers within a Classical Framework
  • Michael Tribelsky (invited talk): Resonant Light Scattering by Subwavelength Particles: New Aspects of Old Problem
  • Gunnar A. Niklasson: Light Scattering Parameters by Inversion of Experimental Data: The Case of Sunscreen Lotions
  • Alexander G. Ramm (invited): Creating materials with a desired refraction coefficient
  • Kevin Vynck: Global polarizability matrix method for efficient modeling of light scattering by dense ensembles of non-spherical particles in stratified media
  • Junxin Wang: Extraction of light absorption and scattering coefficients of gold nanocomposites
  • Krzysztof Czajkowski: Multiple scattering of light in substrate-supported amorphous arrays of dielectric nanoparticles
  • Navid Daryakar: Nonlinear Optical Response in amorphous thin films described with Maxwell-Garnett Approximation
  • Matin Dehghani: Light Scattering from Rough Silver Surfaces in Multilayered systems
  • Fatih Dikmen: On Regularization of the T Matrix Method for Cylindrical Ob-jects with Arbitrary Cross Section
  • Carlo Forestiere: Resonance frequency and radiative Q-factor of plasmonic and dielectric modes of small objects
  • Stefania Glukhova: Implementation of scattering of generalized Bessel beams in the framework of the discrete dipole approximation
  • Yevgen Grynko: Light backscattering from large clusters of densely packed irregular particles
  • Carynelisa Haspel: Considerations Concerning Backscattering in the Scattering Order Formulation of the Discrete Dipole Approximation as Applied to Non-Absorbing Scatterers
  • Konstantin Inzhevatkin: Optimization of the discrete-dipole approximation for large optically soft particles using the modified Wentzel-Kramers-Brillouin approximation
  • Michael Kahnert: Existence and uniqueness of the solution to the implicit T-matrix equation
  • Alexander A. Kichigin: Simulating Nanoparticles Interaction with Electrons
  • Aristeidis G. Lamprianidis: Overcoming the Rayleigh Hypothesis with sources distributed on the topological skeleton of the scatterer: a numerical demonstration of the method
  • Baseerat Romshoo: Modelling Techniques for Black Carbon Optical Properties
  • Shuaibu Uba: Effect of Soot in radiative properties of Desert aerosols at different wavelengths
  • Maxim A. Yurkin: The Fluctuation-Dissipation Theorem for a Point Dipole
  • Gerhard Kristensson: The coherent electromagnetic field by a particulate media - numerical implementation in a planar geometry
  • Franz Kanngiesser: Depolarisation by randomized, non-cubical sea salt aerosol particles
  • Amos Egel: Live demonstration of Smuthi Python-Code,  scattering by multiple particles in thin-film systems
  • Minas Kouroublakis: Modified-Method-of-Auxiliary-Sources Computation of the Eigenvalues of Two-Dimensional Waveguides
  • Nikolaos Tsitsas: On Numerical Methodologies Employing Auxiliary Sources for Two-Dimensional Penetrable Acoustic Problems
  • Claire-Helene Guidet: Poles and ideal absorption for the dipolar case


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.


Detailed Information about upcoming and past conferences.
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