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Preface, Electromagnetic and light scattering by nonspherical particles XVIII

Bi, L., M. Mishchenko, J. Wang, and P. Yang (2020), Preface, Electromagnetic and light scattering by nonspherical particles XVIII, J. Quant. Specrosc. Radiat. Transfer, 245, 106820, doi:10.1016/j.jqsrt.2019.106820.
Abstract: 

The 18th Electromagnetic and Light Scattering Conference (ELS- XVIII) was held at the Zhejiang University, Hangzhou city, Zhejiang province, China during the week of 10–14 June 2019. This confer- ence followed the previous highly successful meetings held in Am- sterdam (1995) [1] , Helsinki (1997) [2] , New York (1998) [3] , Vigo (1999), Halifax (20 0 0) [4] , Gainesville (20 02) [5] , Bremen (20 03) [6] , Salobreña (2005) [7] , St.Petersburg (2006) [8] , Bodrum (2007) [9] , Hatfield (2008) [10] , Helsinki (2010) [11] , Taormina (2011) [12] , Lille (2013) [13] , Leipzig (2015) [14] , College Park (2017) [15] , and College Station (2018) [16] , as well as three closely re- lated workshops held in Bremen (1996, 1998) and Moscow (1997). As with the other conferences, the main objective of the ELS- XVIII was to bring together scientists, engineers, postdocs, and PhD students studying diverse aspects of light scattering by par- ticles and particle groups and thereby provide a stimulating at- mosphere for thorough and comprehensive discussions of scatter- ing theory, measurements, and practical applications. The program and abstracts of conference presentations are available at the offi- cial conference web sites http://www.els- xviii- 2019.org/home.html and https://www.giss.nasa.gov/staff/mmishchenko/ELS-XVIII.

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