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Polarization independent silicon-on-insulator nanowires are highly sought after, due the inherent high birefringence of this material platform. State-of-the-art designs of non-birefringent waveguides include ridge waveguides and square nanowires, which either imply large dimensions, multiple etching steps, low fabrication tolerances or high wavelength dependence. In this work, we overcome all the aforementioned limitations through tilted subwavelength structures which provide anisotropy controldoi:10.1109/jphot.2019.2942973 fatcat:3wkstr7pgnghlopsjm2hmaw2nm