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Ultra-broadband Nanophotonics via Adaptive Inverse Design

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Abstract

We present an inverse design method for achieving unprecedented performance and ultra wide bandwidth based on direct adaptive refinement of the device geometry. We experimentally demonstrate a 90/10 splitter with more than 200 nm bandwidth.

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