The Mie Theory
Basics and Applications
Series: Springer Series in Optical Sciences, Vol. 169
Hergert, Wolfram; Wriedt, Thomas (Eds.)
2012, XIV, 259 p. 78 illus., 56 in color.
Generalized Multipole Techniques for Electromagnetic and Light Scattering
Volume 4 in Computational Methods in Mechanics
Edited by Thomas Wriedt
Optical Characterization of Atmospheric Aerosols
November 5-7 2013, Smolenice, Slovak Republic.
The Optical Characterization of Atmospheric Aerosols workshop will take place at the Congress Centre Smolenice SAS.
The main goal of the workshop is to present an opportunity for scientist in different fields to meet and form efficient collaborations in the research of atmospheric aerosols.
For further information see http://www.ocaa2013.sav.sk/
Acoustic and Electromagnetic Scattering Analysis Using Discrete Sources
Adrian Doicu, Yuri Eremin and Thomas Wriedt
The 14th Electromagnetic and Light Scattering Conference ELS-XIV will be held in Lille, France from 17 to 21 of June 2013.
Jones Vector (Electric Field) Monte Carlo for simulation of Enhanced Backscattering in biological media byAndrew Radosevich.
"Light Scattering: Simulation and inversion"
University of Bremen, Bremen, 27. + 28. May 2013
Ray-tracing rendering of 3D clusters of plasmonic nanoparticles with arbitrary positions, sizes, and orientations.
cda package implements the coupled-dipole approximation for electromagnetic scattering by sparse collections of subwavelength particles, with a particular focus on plasmonic nanoparticles in the visible regime. The interaction matrix, and the solution of the linear system of coupled-dipole equations are executed in
C++ code for speed; convenient wrapper functions are provided at the
R level to generate the particle clusters, calculate the extinction, scattering, and absorption of light by particles with linearly and circularly polarised light. Functions are also provided to calculate orientation-averaged circular dichroism, and display clusters of nanoparticles in three dimensions using OpenGL or povray.
The special issue of the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer (JQSRT) dedicated to Peter Waterman is now available.
Peter Waterman (1928–2012) is the creator of the T-matrix method and one of the pioneers of the theory of multiple scattering of electromagnetic and acoustic waves by multi-particle systems. To commemorate his landmark contributions to science and his profound and lasting impact on JQSRT, a special issue of JQSRT titled “Peter C. Waterman and his scientific legacy” has been published.
JDAY by Alex Yuffa is a Fortran code for a new integral equation method for direct electromagnetic scattering in homogeneous media
developed by choosing an electric field and its normal derivative as the boundary unknowns.