Computational studies of linear Raman scattering
Title: Computational studies of linear Raman scattering
SNIC Project: SNIC 2014/1-54
Project Type: SNAC Medium
Principal Investigator: Faris Gelmukhanov <>
Affiliation: School of Biotechnology, Royal Institute of Technology
Duration: 2014-03-01 – 2015-03-01
Classification: 10407


Since the discovery of Raman effect by C.V. Raman (1928), several spectroscopic techniques of Raman spec- troscopy have been developed. There are today more than 25 available types of linear and nonlinear Raman spectroscopes. Those widely used in areas such as chemical and material science, art restoration, and in military and biomedical applications are e.g. resonance and nonresonance Raman scattering, coherent anti-Stokes Ra- man scattering (CARS), Hyper Raman Scattering (HRS) and surface Raman scattering (SERS). This project focus on the calculations and applications of Linear Raman scattering i.e. non-resonance and resonance effect. In resonance scattering we focus on the applications of short time approximation (using CPP approach) and fast scattering.