Abstract

We applied nonlinear optimization to design metamaterials as free-space polarizers, integrated fiber couplers, polarization/wavelength splitter, and other linear mode converter devices. Such devices exhibit at least comparable or better performance than their conventional counterparts, but occupy a much smaller size.

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