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Topology-Optimized Multilayered Metaoptics

Author(s): Lin, Z; Groever, B; Capasso, F; Rodriguez, Alejandro W; Lončar, M

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Abstract: We propose a general topology-optimization framework for metasurface inverse design that can automatically discover highly complex multilayered metastructures with increased functionalities. In particular, we present topology-optimized multilayered geometries exhibiting angular phase control, including a single-piece nanophotonic metalens with angular aberration correction, as well as an angle-convergent metalens that focuses light onto the same focal spot regardless of the angle of incidence.
Publication Date: 2018
Citation: Lin, Z, Groever, B, Capasso, F, Rodriguez, AW, Lončar, M. (2018). Topology-Optimized Multilayered Metaoptics. Physical Review Applied, 9 (10.1103/PhysRevApplied.9.044030
DOI: doi:10.1103/PhysRevApplied.9.044030
Type of Material: Journal Article
Journal/Proceeding Title: Physical Review Applied
Version: Author's manuscript

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