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Full control of spontaneous emission is essential in various fields of optics. This work presents an inverse designed light-emitting scattering optical element that includes full control of spontaneously emitted photons (i.e., enhancement at a central frequency and suppression at neighboring frequencies) and directionality of the output beam. This is achieved by embedding a one-dimensional optical active element inside a cluster of square shaped gallium arsenide dielectric rods whose positionsdoi:10.1103/physrevlett.96.153902 pmid:16712158 fatcat:5yibv62shfcqpf26yr57shphrq