Electromagnetic and Light Scattering by Particles

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July 2018

Issue 85

 

Meetings

 

The next International Conference on Electromagnetic and Light Scattering XVIII (ELS-XVIII) will take place at the Zhejiang University, Hangzhou city, Zhejiang province, China, on June 9-14, 2019.

 

For further details and updates, please, see

http://www.els-xviii-2019.org

https://www.giss.nasa.gov/staff/mmishchenko/ELS-XVIII

 

Sincerely, ELS-XVIII Organizing Committee 

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Bremen Workshop on Light Scattering 2019

 

Leibniz-Institut fuer Werkstofforientierte Technologien - IWT, Bremen

19 + 20 March 2019

Word template for abstracts. Deadline 1. Feb. 2019

https://scattport.org/index.php/conferences-menu/653-bremen-workshop-on-light-scattering-2019

 

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Books

 

The Generalized Multipole Technique for Light Scattering, Recent Developments

Editors: Wriedt, Thomas, Eremin, Yuri (Eds.)

Springer International Publishing 2018

https://scattport.org/index.php/7-news-section/651-the-generalized-multipole-technique-for-light-scattering

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Dear colleagues:

 

It is my pleasure to announce SPRINGER SERIES in LIGHT SCATTERING.

https://www.springer.com/de/book/9783319707952

- no publication fees

- color figures free

- no novelty is required (review papers)

- double spaced 40-60 pages

 

I serve as the Editor of the Series. I appreciate very much, if you have a chance to send your paper to this Series.

 

Please, provide me with the title to start with.

Best wishes,

 

Alexander Kokhanovsky

VITROCISET Belgium SPRL, Bratustrasse 7, D-64293 Darmstadt, Germany

Tel:  +49(0)6151 9573410, Fax: +49(0)6151 9573426 Email: a.kokhanovsky@vitrocisetbelgium.com

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Software

 

Dear ADDA users,

 

ADDA contributors are working hard to bring ADDA out of stagnation, and we expect a new release (v1.4) by the end of this year. Meanwhile, we are finishing migration of ADDA to GitHub, and it brings several changes:

- We have moved the wiki pages to its designated position at https://github.com/adda-team/adda/wiki. The previously used branch "wiki" will soon be removed to avoid confusion. If you used or saved the links to wiki pages at this branch, having ".../adda/blob/wiki/<WikiName>.md" in their address, update the latter to ".../adda/wiki/<WikiName>".

- All downloads and release notes are now in one place at https://github.com/adda-team/adda/releases. In particular, there is a permanent link to the latest release https://github.com/addateam/adda/releases/latest .

- The version 1.3b4 (released in 2014) has been retroactively designated as a stable one, since it stood the test of time. It has solid release notes https://github.com/adda-team/adda/releases/tag/v1.3b4 and up-to-date description of features https://github.com/adda-team/adda/wiki/Features.

- We have made available version 1.4.0-alpha of the manual at https://github.com/adda-team/adda/tree/master/doc (both .docx and .pdf). The main difference from 1.3b4 is updated links to wiki pages, issues, etc.  But please do not refer to it (e.g., in publications), since it does not have a permanent address (until the release is ready).

 

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to send them to adda-discuss@googlegroups.com

 

Best regards, Maxim Yurkin.

 

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