20th Electromagnetic and Light Scattering Conference
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
We are pleased to announce the 20th International Conference on Electromagnetic and Light Scattering which will take place 14-19 May 2023 in Almuñecar, Spain. The main goal of the ELS conference series is to bring together scientists and engineers studying various aspects of light scattering by irregular particles and to provide a relaxed academic atmosphere for in-depth discussions of theoretical advances, measurements, and applications.
The scientific scope of this conference along with relevant background information can be found at:
- Abstracts submission deadline: Friday, March 3rd, 2023
- Early-bird registration: Friday March 17th 2023.
For the ELS conference we have secured availability of a limited number of rooms at the conference venue (Hotel Bahía Tropical). We strongly recommend you to book your accommodation as soon as possible. The hotel reservation at the agreed ELS fair must be done via the conference website.
- Plenary van de Hulst Award 2020 lecture by Gérard Gouesbet, Institut National des Sciences Appliquées, Normadie University, France
- Plenary van de Hulst Award 2022 lecture by Ping Yang, Texas A&M University, USA
- Romain Ceolato, “Characterizing microparticles with multispectral small-angle light scattering.” The French Aerospace Lab-University of Toulouse, France.
- Yevgen Grynko, "Light backscattering from large particles and dense particulate media: solving a multi-scale electromagnetic problem". Paderborn University, Paderborn, Germany
- Sungsoo Kim, “The Danuri Moon Mission/PolCam first results”, Korea Aerospace Institute, Daejon, South Korea.
- Hannakaisa Lindqvist “Estimating CO2 by modeling the contribution of aerosol scattering on satellite measurements." Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland.
- Daniel Mackowski, "multiple sphere T-Matrix code", Auburn University, USA.
- Alessandro Magazzù, “Manipulating individual dust particles with optical forces”. CNR-IPCF, Istituto per i Processi Chimico-Fisici, Messina, Italy.
- Francois Menard,"light scattering by circumstellar dust disks", Université Grenoble Alpes, France.
- Antti Penttila,“Asteroid modeling”. University of Helsinki, Finland.
- Daphne M Stam,“Characterizing exo-planetary atmospheres with polarimetry”, Technical University of Delft, the Netherlands.
- Ann Carine van Daele, "Role of dust in the Martian atmosphere", Royal Belgian Institute for Aeronomie, Belgium.
- Anne Virkki, "Solar System surfaces characterization by modeling radar scattering". University of Helsinki, Finland.
- Hester Volten,"Citizen scientists monitoring air quality". National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, the Netherlands.
We hope to meet you all in Almuñecar!
Olga Muñoz on behalf of the ELS LOC