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
- T-Matrix Methods
- Generalized Multipole Methods
- Discrete Dipole Approximation
- Particle surface scattering interaction
- Evanescent wave scattering
- Near field enhancement
- Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy in the low loss region
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Mie Simulator GUI
This is a Mie Simulator GUI application. Mie Simulator GUI tool is capable of calculating
- Scattering coefficient
- Scattering cross section
- Reduced scattering coefficient
- Phase function
- S1 and S2
- Average cosine of the phase function
for a single or series of wavelengths
PAME (Plasmonic Assay Modeling Environment) by
is a graphical Python application for simulating plasmonic biosensors, particularly fiberoptic biosensors with nanoparticles.
Virtual Tissue Simulator
Virtual Tissue Simulator (VTS) is a modular and scalable computational platform, to provide an integrated suite of computational tools to define, solve, visualize, and analyze relevant forward and inverse radiative transport problems in biomedical optics. This is a beta release of a MATLAB interoperability package that works with the Windows version of MATLAB.
for90-MoM2 by Jouni Mäkitalo is a Method of Moments electromagnetic wave scattering solver implemented in Fortran 90 for EM scattering from dielectric/lossy/plasmonic/PEC objects.
This code by Giuseppe Toscano is an extension to the COMSOL 4.2a RF Module. It is based on the hydrodynamic model which incorporates nonlocal effects in the optical response of nanoplasmonic structures. The extension can only handle 2D structures.
Scattering by Aggregates on Surfaces
Series: ScattPort Series, Vol. 1
Wriedt, Thomas; Eremin, Yuri (Eds.)
epubli, Berlin 2014, Softcover 31,59 €
MAXDGTD by Hassan Fahs is a discontinuous Galerkin code for solving Maxwell's equations in the time-domain (DGTD). It is a Fortran code.
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a non-destructive electromagnetic investigative tool used in many diverse applications across the fields of engineering and geophysics.