Concepts in Electromagnetic Scattering for Particulate-Systems Characterization
MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIV MISSISSIPPI STATE
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This Special Issue was inspired by the workshop Concepts in Electromagnetic Scattering for Particulate-Systems Characterization that was held in Memphis, TN in May, 2012. The purpose of the meeting was to bring together experts in the field of electromagnetic scattering to discuss questions related to basic science research aimed at the characterization of particulate media. Cutting-edge research in both theoretical and experimental contexts was sought. The overarching goal of the workshop was to identify the avenues of research that would be most promising to advance the state-of-the-art through coordinated, interdisciplinary research efforts. In all, 20 scientists attended and 19 presentations were given. Specific topics included remote sensing, polarimetry, analytic and numeric electromagnetic theory, camouflage in nature, wavefront shaping, optical binding, single-particle fluorescence cavity ringdown, and digital holography of aerosols.
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