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Nanophotonic Inverse Design Using Artificial Neural Network

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We propose a neural network approach to inverse design nanophotonic objects. Using a fully connected artificial neural network, the method finds the geometry of a spherical nanoparticle that match a desired scattering spectrum - either at a single wavelength, or at a broad-band.

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