Machine learning classification for field distributions of photonic modes

@inproceedings{Barth2018MachineLC,
  title={Machine learning classification for field distributions of photonic modes},
  author={Carlo Barth and Christiane Becker},
  year={2018}
}
Machine learning techniques can reveal hidden structure in large data amounts and can potentially extent or even replace analytical scientific methods. In nanophotonics, modes can increase the light yield from emitters located inside the nanostructure or near the surface. Optimizing such systems enforces to systematically analyze large amounts of three-dimensional field distribution data. We present a method based on finite element simulations and machine learning for the identification of… CONTINUE READING

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