We demonstrate a possibility of using geometry to deterministically control nonlocal correlation of waves undergoing mesoscopic transport through a disordered waveguide. In case of nondissipative medium, we find an explicit relationship between correlation and the shape of the system. Inverting this relationship, we realize inverse design: we obtain specific waveguide shape that leads to a predetermined nonlocal correlation. The proposed technique offers an approach to coherent control of wave propagation in random media that is complementary to wave-front shaping.
M. Koirala et al., "Inverse Design of Long-Range Intensity Correlation in Scattering Media," Physical Review B, vol. 100, no. 6, American Physical Society (APS), Aug 2019.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.100.064203
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Keywords and Phrases
Wave propagation; Wavefronts, Coherent control; Disordered waveguides; Intensity correlation; Mesoscopic transport; Nonlocal correlations; Scattering media; Wave front shaping; Wave propagation in random media, Waveguides
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01 Aug 2019