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Fast surrogate-assisted simulation-driven optimisation of add-drop resonators for integrated photonic circuits

ABSTRACT:

Computationally possible and efficient simulation-driven optimisation of add-drop resonators for integrated photonic circuits is mentioned. The approach exploits modelling of crucial features of the otherwise highly non-linear responses, and almost linear dependence of those features on designable parameters. This, furthermore a appropriate formulation of the objective function and embedding the optimisation process within the trust-region framework, allows us to greatly scale back the computational effort in terms of the amount of full-wave simulations of the photonic element of interest necessary to seek out its optimised design. Operation and efficiency of the proposed technique is demonstrated using the instance of a six-µm high index contrast add-drop microring resonator.


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