Well-Conditioned 2D Models of Rod Arrays for Accelerating 3D Simulations of Photonic Crystals and Plasmonic Structures

2021-01-01
Hatipoglu, Murat Enes
Sever, Emrah
Dikmen,Fatih
Eris, Ozgur
Ergül, Özgür Salih
Rod arrays consisting of finite-length cylinders are commonly used in the design of high-frequency resonance scattering assemblies, such as plasmonic, photonic-crystal, and near-zero-index structures. During the optimization of these three-dimensional structures by means of genetic algorithms, analyses with three-dimensional solvers, such as the multilevel fast multipole algorithm, create a time bottleneck On the other hand, simulation results in many applications show features that are independent of longitudinal dimensions. For this reason, the idea of using well-conditioned solvers in two dimensions is found worth being evaluated and it is aimed to compare the two types of solvers in this study.
International Symposium of the Applied-Computational-Electromagnetics-Society (ACES)

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M. E. Hatipoglu, E. Sever, F. Dikmen, O. Eris, and Ö. S. Ergül, “Well-Conditioned 2D Models of Rod Arrays for Accelerating 3D Simulations of Photonic Crystals and Plasmonic Structures,” presented at the International Symposium of the Applied-Computational-Electromagnetics-Society (ACES), ELECTR NETWORK, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/94986.