This article presents an end-to-end functional bidirectional deep-learning (DL) model for three-dimensional chiral metamaterial design and optimization. This ML model utilizes multitask joint learning features to recognize, generalize, and explore in detail the nontrivial relationship between the metamaterials’ geometry and their chiroptical response, eliminating the need for auxiliary networks or equivalent approaches to stabilize the physically relevant output. This model efficiently realizes both forward and inverse retrieval tasks with great precision, offering a promising tool for iterative computational design tasks in complex physical systems. Other potential applications include photodetectors, polarization-resolved imaging, and circular dichroism (CD) spectroscopy.
July 1, 2020
Ashalley, Eric; Acheampong, Kingsley; Besteiro, Lucas V.; Yu, Peng; Neogi, Arup; Govorov, Alexander O. et al.
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