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Author(s): J. S. Høye and I. BrevikFrom energy considerations there is reason to expect that the work done by Casimir forces during a slow displacement of the parallel plates reflects the free energy … - Potassium tune-out-wavelength measurement using atom interferometry and a multipass optical cavity

Author(s): Raisa Trubko, Maxwell D. Gregoire, William F. Holmgren, and Alexander D. CroninThe longest tune-out wavelength for potassium atoms, λ_{zero}=768.9701(4) nm, was measured using an atom inter … - Universal experimental test for the role of free charge carriers in the thermal Casimir effect within a micrometer separation range

Author(s): G. Bimonte, G. L. Klimchitskaya, and V. M. MostepanenkoWe propose a universal experiment to measure the differential Casimir force between a Au-coated sphere and two halves of a structured … - Probing weak dipole-dipole interaction using phase-modulated nonlinear spectroscopy

Author(s): Zeng-Zhao Li, Lukas Bruder, Frank Stienkemeier, and Alexander EisfeldPhase-modulated nonlinear spectroscopy with higher harmonic demodulation has recently been suggested to provide informat … - High-sensitivity spin-based electrometry with an ensemble of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond

Author(s): Edward H. Chen, Hannah A. Clevenson, Kerry A. Johnson, Linh M. Pham, Dirk R. Englund, Philip R. Hemmer, and Danielle A. BrajeWe demonstrate a spin-based, all-dielectric electrometer based o … - Lévy statistics of interacting Rydberg gases

Author(s): Thibault Vogt, Jingshan Han, Alexandre Thiery, and Wenhui LiA statistical analysis of the laser excitation of cold and randomly distributed atoms to Rydberg states is developed. We first de … - Multielectron effects in the photoelectron momentum distribution of noble-gas atoms driven by visible-to-infrared-frequency laser pulses: A time-dependent density-functional-theory approach

Author(s): Mitsuko Murakami, G. P. Zhang, and Shih-I ChuWe present the photoelectron momentum distributions (PMDs) of helium, neon, and argon atoms driven by a linearly polarized, visible (527-nm) or … - Attosecond counter-rotating-wave effect in xenon driven by strong fields

Author(s): M. Anand, Stefan Pabst, Ojoon Kwon, and Dong Eon KimWe investigate the subfemtosecond dynamics of a highly excited xenon atom coherently driven by a strong control field at which the Rabi f … - Shot-noise-dominant regime for ellipsoidal nanoparticles in a linearly polarized beam

Author(s): Changchun Zhong and F. RobicheauxResults on the heating and the parametric feedback cooling of an optically trapped anisotropic nanoparticle in the laser-shot-noise-dominant regime are pres … - Fermion pairing in mixed-dimensional atomic mixtures

Author(s): Junichi Okamoto, Ludwig Mathey, and Wen-Min HuangWe investigate the quantum phases of mixed-dimensional cold atom mixtures. In particular, we consider a mixture of a Fermi gas in a two-dime … - Fate of Weyl semimetals in the presence of incommensurate potentials

Author(s): Yucheng Wang and Shu ChenWe investigate the effect of an incommensurate potential on Weyl semimetal, which is proposed to be realized in ultracold-atomic systems trapped in three-dimensiona … - Time-of-flight expansion of trapped dipolar Fermi gases: From the collisionless to the hydrodynamic regime

Author(s): Vladimir Veljić, Antun Balaž, and Axel PelsterA recent time-of-flight (TOF) expansion experiment with polarized fermionic erbium atoms measured a Fermi surface deformation from a sphere to … - Dual cascade and dissipation mechanisms in helical quantum turbulence

Author(s): Patricio Clark di Leoni, Pablo D. Mininni, and Marc E. BrachetWhile in classical turbulence helicity depletes nonlinearity and can alter the evolution of turbulent flows, in quantum turbule … - Core filling and snaking instability of dark solitons in spin-imbalanced superfluid Fermi gases

Author(s): Matthew D. Reichl and Erich J. MuellerWe use the time-dependent Bogoliubov–de Gennes equations to study dark solitons in three-dimensional spin-imbalanced superfluid Fermi gases. We explore … - Nonlinear effects in modulated quantum optomechanics

Author(s): Tai-Shuang Yin, Xin-You Lü, Li-Li Zheng, Mei Wang, Sha Li, and Ying WuThe nonlinear quantum regime is crucial for implementing interesting quantum effects, which have wide applications in m … - Perfect absorption and no reflection in disordered photonic crystals

Author(s): Jin-Hui Wu, M. Artoni, and G. C. La RoccaUnderstanding the effects of disorder on the light propagation in photonic devices is of major importance from both fundamental and applied points o … - Coexistence of stable dark- and bright-soliton Kerr combs in normal-dispersion resonators

Author(s): P. Parra-Rivas, D. Gomila, and L. GelensUsing the Lugiato-Lefever model, we analyze the effects of third-order chromatic dispersion on the existence and stability of dark- and bright-solito … - Refractive-index measurement of Si at γ-ray energies up to 2 MeV

Author(s): M. M. Günther, M. Jentschel, A. J. Pollitt, P. G. Thirolf, and M. ZepfThe refractive index of silicon at γ-ray energies from 181 to 1959 keV was investigated using the GAMS6 double crystal … - Population of collective modes in light scattering by many atoms

Author(s): William Guerin and Robin KaiserThe interaction of light with an atomic sample containing a large number of particles gives rise to many collective (or cooperative) effects, such as multiple … - Isolating strong-field dynamics in molecular systems

Author(s): Gal Orenstein, Oren Pedatzur, Ayelet J. Uzan, Barry D. Bruner, Yann Mairesse, and Nirit DudovichStrong-field ionization followed by recollision provides a unique pump-probe measurement whic … - Two-dimensional Fermi gas in antiparallel magnetic fields

Author(s): Takaaki Anzai and Yusuke NishidaWe study a two-dimensional Fermi gas with an attractive interaction subjected to synthetic magnetic fields assumed to be mutually antiparallel for two differ … - Quantum-mechanical inclusion of the source in the Aharonov-Bohm effects

Author(s): Philip Pearle and Anthony RizziFollowing semiclassical arguments by Vaidman [Phys. Rev. A 86, 040101(R) (2012)], we show that the phase shifts arising in the Aharonov-Bohm (AB) magnetic or … - Quantized vector potential and alternative views of the magnetic Aharonov-Bohm phase shift

Author(s): Philip Pearle and Anthony RizziWe give a complete quantum analysis of the Aharonov-Bohm (AB) magnetic phase shift involving three entities: the electron, the charges constituting the soleno … - Optimal quantum rotosensors

Author(s): C. Chryssomalakos and H. Hernández-CoronadoWe look for optimal quantum rotosensors, i.e., quantum spin states that are optimal in detecting rotations by a given angle. The exact quantity to … - Enabling quantum non-Markovian dynamics by injection of classical colored noise

Author(s): J. I. Costa-Filho, R. B. B. Lima, R. R. Paiva, P. M. Soares, W. A. M. Morgado, R. Lo Franco, and D. O. Soares-PintoThe non-Markovian nature of quantum systems recently turned to be a key su … - Complementarity between entanglement-assisted and quantum distributed random access code

Author(s): Alley Hameedi, Debashis Saha, Piotr Mironowicz, Marcin Pawłowski, and Mohamed BourennaneCollaborative communication tasks such as random access codes (RACs) employing quantum resources have … - Relativistic corrections for the ground electronic state of molecular hydrogen

Author(s): Mariusz Puchalski, Jacek Komasa, and Krzysztof PachuckiA calculation of the ground-state energy of the hydrogen molecule with significantly improved numerical accuracy reveals an unexpected … - Spin-incoherent Luttinger liquid of one-dimensional spin-1 Tonks-Girardeau Bose gases: Spin-dependent properties

Author(s): H. H. Jen and S.-K. YipSpin-incoherent Luttinger liquid (SILL) is a different universal class from the Luttinger liquid. This difference results from the spin incoherence of the system when … - Four fermions in a one-dimensional harmonic trap: Accuracy of a variational-ansatz approach

Author(s): D. Pęcak, A. S. Dehkharghani, N. T. Zinner, and T. SowińskiA detailed analysis of a system of four interacting ultracold fermions confined in a one-dimensional harmonic trap is performed. T … - Comment on “Spatial optical solitons in highly nonlocal media”

Author(s): Milan S. Petrović, Najdan B. Aleksić, Branislav N. Aleksić, Aleksandra I. Strinić, and Milivoj R. BelićIn a recent paper [Alberucci, Jisha, Smyth, and Assanto, Phys. Rev. A 91, 013841 (2015 ... - Reply to “Comment on ‘Spatial optical solitons in highly nonlocal media”'

Author(s): Alessandro Alberucci, Chandroth P. Jisha, Noel F. Smyth, and Gaetano AssantoIn their Comment, Petrović et al. claim that some of the results previously published by us on the use of the “ac ... - Controlling speedup in open quantum systems through manipulation of system-reservoir bound states

Author(s): N. Behzadi, B. Ahansaz, A. Ektesabi, and E. FaiziIn this paper, we give a mechanism for controlling speedup of a single-qubit open quantum system by exclusively manipulating the system-rese … - Non-Hermitian description of the dynamics of interchain pair tunneling

Author(s): X. Z. Zhang, L. Jin, and Z. SongWe study interchain pair tunneling dynamics based on an exact two-particle solution for a two-leg ladder. We show that the Hermitian Hamiltonian shares a com … - Optimal continuous-variable teleportation under energy constraint

Author(s): Jaehak Lee, Jiyong Park, and Hyunchul NhaQuantum teleportation is one of the crucial protocols in quantum information processing. It is important to accomplish an efficient teleportation un … - Construction of nonlocal multipartite quantum states

Author(s): Zhi-Chao Zhang, Ke-Jia Zhang, Fei Gao, Qiao-Yan Wen, and C. H. OhFor general bipartite quantum systems, many sets of locally indistinguishable orthogonal product states have been constructe … - Photodetachment microscopy in time-dependent fields

Author(s): H. Ambalampitiya and I. I. FabrikantPhotodetachment of negative ions in combined laser and low-frequency fields is investigated. The time-dependent Green's function method is used for … - Precise determination of the quadrupole transition matrix element of ^{40} Ca ^{+} via branching-fraction and lifetime measurements

Author(s): H. Shao, Y. Huang, H. Guan, C. Li, T. Shi, and K. GaoWe report the experimental determination of the 4s^{2}S_{1/2} ↔ 3d^{2}D_{5/2} quadrupole transition matrix element in ^{40}Ca^{+} by mea … - Loading a linear Paul trap to saturation from a magneto-optical trap

Author(s): J. E. Wells, R. Blümel, J. M. Kwolek, D. S. Goodman, and W. W. SmithWe present experimental measurements of the steady-state ion number in a linear Paul trap (LPT) as a function of the ion- … - Fulde-Ferrell-Larkin-Ovchinnikov state to topological superfluidity transition in bilayer spin-orbit-coupled degenerate Fermi gases

Author(s): Liang-Liang Wang, Qing Sun, W.-M. Liu, G. Juzeliūnas, and An-Chun JiRecently a scheme has been proposed for generating the two-dimensional Rashba-type spin-orbit coupling (SOC) for ultracol … - Hidden long-range order in a spin-orbit-coupled two-dimensional Bose gas

Author(s): Shih-Wei Su, I-Kang Liu, Shih-Chuan Gou, Renyuan Liao, Oleksandr Fialko, and Joachim BrandA spin-orbit-coupled two-dimensional Bose gas is shown to simultaneously possess quasi- and true lo … - Dynamic Kosterlitz-Thouless transition in two-dimensional Bose mixtures of ultracold atoms

Author(s): L. Mathey, Kenneth J. Günter, Jean Dalibard, and A. PolkovnikovWe propose a realistic experiment to demonstrate a dynamic Kosterlitz-Thouless transition in ultracold atomic gases in two dim … - Measuring the dispersive frequency shift of a rectangular microwave cavity induced by an ensemble of Rydberg atoms

Author(s): M. Stammeier, S. Garcia, T. Thiele, J. Deiglmayr, J. A. Agner, H. Schmutz, F. Merkt, and A. WallraffIn recent years the interest in studying interactions of Rydberg atoms or ensembles there … - Structure of polarimetric purity of three-dimensional polarization states

Author(s): José J. Gil, Ari T. Friberg, Tero Setälä, and Ignacio San JoséIt has recently been demonstrated that a general three-dimensional (3D) polarization state cannot be considered an incoherent s … - Power drainage and energy dissipation in lossy but perfect lenses

Author(s): Gilad Rosenblatt and Meir OrensteinIt has recently been shown that passive lens designs can retain perfect lensing despite intrinsic loss in the comprising left-handed materials. Here we sh … - Synchronization of an optomechanical system to an external drive

Author(s): Ehud Amitai, Niels Lörch, Andreas Nunnenkamp, Stefan Walter, and Christoph BruderOptomechanical systems driven by an effective blue-detuned laser can exhibit self-sustained oscillations of … - Erasing the orbital angular momentum information of a photon

Author(s): Isaac Nape, Bienvenu Ndagano, and Andrew ForbesQuantum erasers with paths in the form of physical slits have been studied extensively and proven instrumental in probing wave-particle dualit … - Measuring the polarization of electromagnetic fields using Rabi-rate measurements with spatial resolution: Experiment and theory

Author(s): J. Koepsell, T. Thiele, J. Deiglmayr, A. Wallraff, and F. MerktWhen internal states of atoms are manipulated using coherent optical or radio-frequency (rf) radiation, it is essential to kno … - Adjoint master equation for quantum Brownian motion

Author(s): Matteo Carlesso and Angelo BassiQuantum Brownian motion is a fundamental model for a proper understanding of open quantum systems in different contexts such as chemistry, condensed-matter p … - Path of a tunneling particle

Author(s): Charis Anastopoulos and Ntina SavvidouAttempts to find a quantum-to-classical correspondence in a classically forbidden region leads to nonphysical paths involving, for example, complex tim … - Entangling two oscillators with arbitrary asymmetric initial states

Author(s): Chui-Ping Yang, Qi-Ping Su, Shi-Biao Zheng, Franco Nori, and Siyuan HanWe present a Hamiltonian which can be used to convert any asymmetric state |φ〉_{a}|ϕ〉_{b} of two oscillators a and b i … - Universal quantum control in zero-field nuclear magnetic resonance

Author(s): Ji Bian, Min Jiang, Jiangyu Cui, Xiaomei Liu, Botao Chen, Yunlan Ji, Bo Zhang, John Blanchard, Xinhua Peng, and Jiangfeng DuThis paper describes a general method for the manipulation of nuc … - Role of the recoil ion in single-electron capture and single-ionization processes for collisions of protons with He and Ar atoms

Author(s): P. Focke, R. E. Olson, N. D. Cariatore, M. Alessi, and S. OtrantoIn this work the single-electron capture and single-ionization processes are studied for proton collisions with He and Ar at … - Thermometry of a deeply degenerate Fermi gas with a Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): Rianne S. Lous, Isabella Fritsche, Michael Jag, Bo Huang (黄博), and Rudolf GrimmWe measure the temperature of a deeply degenerate Fermi gas, by using a weakly interacting sample of heavier b … - Superradiant phase transition in the ultrastrong-coupling regime of the two-photon Dicke model

Author(s): L. Garbe, I. L. Egusquiza, E. Solano, C. Ciuti, T. Coudreau, P. Milman, and S. FelicettiThe controllability of current quantum technologies allows one to implement spin-boson models where t … - Erratum: Cramér-Rao bound for time-continuous measurements in linear Gaussian quantum systems [Phys. Rev. A 95, 012116 (2017)]

Author(s): Marco G. Genoni[Phys. Rev. A 95, 059908] Published Tue May 23, 2017 - Erratum: High-harmonic generation from hydrogen atoms driven by two-color mutually orthogonal laser fields [Phys. Rev. A 88, 063419 (2013)]

Author(s): Mitsuko Murakami, Oleg Korobkin, and Marko Horbatsch[Phys. Rev. A 95, 059909] Published Tue May 23, 2017 - Modified quantum-speed-limit bounds for open quantum dynamics in quantum channels

Author(s): Xin Liu, Wei Wu, and Chao WangThe minimal evolution time between two distinguishable states is of fundamental interest in quantum physics. Very recently Mirkin et al. [Phys. Rev. A 94, 0521 ... - Qudit hypergraph states

Author(s): F. E. S. Steinhoff, C. Ritz, N. I. Miklin, and O. GühneWe generalize the class of hypergraph states to multipartite systems of qudits, by means of constructions based on the d-dimensional P ... - Full self-consistency in the Fermi-orbital self-interaction correction

Author(s): Zeng-hui Yang, Mark R. Pederson, and John P. PerdewThe Perdew-Zunger self-interaction correction cures many common problems associated with semilocal density functionals, but suffers from a ... - Electronic stopping power of slow-light channeling ions in ZnTe from first principles

Author(s): Chang-kai Li, Fei Mao, Feng Wang, Yan-long Fu, Xiao-ping Ouyang, and Feng-Shou ZhangNonadiabatic dynamics simulations are performed to investigate the electronic stopping power of a helium ... - Determination of the absolute carrier-envelope phase by angle-resolved photoelectron spectra of Ar by intense circularly polarized few-cycle pulses

Author(s): Shinichi Fukahori, Toshiaki Ando, Shun Miura, Reika Kanya, Kaoru Yamanouchi, Tim Rathje, and Gerhard G. PaulusThe angle-resolved photoelectron spectra of Ar are recorded using intense circu ... - Correlation-driven charge migration following double ionization and attosecond transient absorption spectroscopy

Author(s): Maximilian Hollstein, Robin Santra, and Daniela PfannkucheWe theoretically investigate charge migration following prompt double ionization. Thereby, we extend the concept of correlation-dri ... - Cross sections for photoionization of fullerene molecular ions C_{n} ^{+} with n = 40, 50, 70, 76, 78, and 84

Author(s): C. M. Thomas, K. K. Baral, N. B. Aryal, M. Habibi, D. A. Esteves-Macaluso, A. L. D. Kilcoyne, A. Aguilar, A. S. Schlachter, S. Schippers, A. Müller, and R. A. PhaneufAbsolute cross-section ... - Experimental demonstration of a Rydberg-atom beam splitter

Author(s): J. Palmer and S. D. HoganA beam splitter with a two-dimensional electrode array is developed for spatially separating Rydberg helium atoms with high principal quantum numbers, which may fin ... - Full counting statistics of time-of-flight images

Author(s): Izabella Lovas, Balázs Dóra, Eugene Demler, and Gergely ZarándInspired by recent advances in cold atomic systems and nonequilibrium physics, we introduce a characterization scheme, the time ... - Quantitative studies of the critical regime near the superfluid-to-Mott-insulator transition

Author(s): Hao Lee, Shiang Fang, and Daw-Wei WangWe investigate the critical behaviors of correlation length and critical exponents for strongly interacting bosons in a two-dimensional optical lattice ... - Local photoemission spectra and effects of spatial inhomogeneity in the BCS-BEC-crossover regime of a trapped ultracold Fermi gas

Author(s): Miki Ota, Hiroyuki Tajima, Ryo Hanai, Daisuke Inotani, and Yoji OhashiWe theoretically investigate single-particle excitations in the BCS-BEC-crossover regime of an ultracold Fermi gas. Inc ... - Dynamics of disordered states in the Bose-Hubbard model with confinement

Author(s): Mi Yan, Hoi-Yin Hui, and V. W. ScarolaObservations of center-of-mass dynamics offer a straightforward method to identify strongly interacting quantum phases of atoms placed in optical latti ... - Quantum effects in the cooperative scattering of light by atomic clouds

Author(s): Lorenzo Pucci, Analabha Roy, Tiago Santiago do Espirito Santo, Robin Kaiser, Michael Kastner, and Romain BachelardScattering of classical light by atomic clouds induces photon-mediated effe ... - Relation between PT-symmetry breaking and topologically nontrivial phases in the Su-Schrieffer-Heeger and Kitaev models

Author(s): Marcel Klett, Holger Cartarius, Dennis Dast, Jörg Main, and Günter WunnerNon-Hermitian systems with PT symmetry can possess purely real eigenvalue spectra. In this work two one-dimensional ... - Quasiparticles in an interacting system of charge and monochromatic field

Author(s): P. MatiThe spectrum of an exactly solvable nonrelativistic system of a charged particle interacting with a quantized electromagnetic mode is studied with various polarizations. Quasiparticl ... - Off-resonance coupling between a cavity mode and an ensemble of driven spins

Author(s): Hui Wang, Sergei Masis, Roei Levi, Oleg Shtempluk, and Eyal BuksWe study the interaction between a superconducting cavity and a spin ensemble. The response of a cavity mode is monitored whi ... - Experimental implementation of a quantum walk on a circle with single photons

Author(s): Zhi-Hao Bian, Jian Li, Xiang Zhan, Jason Twamley, and Peng XueWe experimentally implement a quantum walk on a circle in position space. Using a different arrangement of linear optical eleme ... - Compressed quantum computation using a remote five-qubit quantum computer

Author(s): M. Hebenstreit, D. Alsina, J. I. Latorre, and B. KrausThe notion of compressed quantum computation is employed to simulate the Ising interaction of a one-dimensional chain consisting of n q ... - Velocity selection of Rydberg positronium using a curved electrostatic guide

Author(s): A. M. Alonso, B. S. Cooper, A. Deller, L. Gurung, S. D. Hogan, and D. B. CassidyWe report experiments in which a slow Rydberg positronium (Ps) beam was produced by velocity selection using ... - Tan's contact and the phase distribution of repulsive Fermi gases: Insights from quantum chromodynamics noise analyses

Author(s): William J. Porter and Joaquín E. DrutPath-integral analyses originally pioneered in the study of the complex-phase problem afflicting lattice calculations of finite-density quantum chromody ... - Momentum-resolved and correlation spectroscopy using quantum probes

Author(s): Francesco Cosco, Massimo Borrelli, Francesco Plastina, and Sabrina ManiscalcoWe address some key conditions under which many-body lattice models, intended mainly as simulated condensed-matt ... - Optical kinks and kink-kink and kink-pulse interactions in resonant two-level media

Author(s): Denis V. NovitskyAn optical kink is a shock-wave-like field structure which can appear in a resonant two-level medium as a result of the nonlinear process of self-steepening. We numerically ... - Guided modes in the plane array of optical waveguides

Author(s): I. Ya. Polishchuk, A. A. Anastasiev, E. A. Tsyvkunova, M. I. Gozman, S. V. Solov'ov, and Yu. I. PolishchukIt is known that for the isolated dielectric cylinder waveguide, the modes wit ... - Resonant-state expansion of light propagation in nonuniform waveguides

Author(s): S. V. Lobanov, G. Zoriniants, W. Langbein, and E. A. MuljarovA rigorous approach for precise and efficient calculation of light propagation along nonuniform waveguides is presented. Resonan ... - Observation of spatial quantum correlations in the macroscopic regime

Author(s): Ashok Kumar, Hayden Nunley, and A. M. MarinoSpatial quantum correlations in the transverse degree of freedom promise to enhance optical resolution, image detection, and quantum communicatio ... - Deep-subwavelength lithography via graphene plasmons

Author(s): Xiaodong Zeng, Longfei Fan, and M. Suhail ZubairyWe propose a scheme to overcome diffraction limit in optical lithography via graphene-plasmon (GP) interference. Taking advantage of the nov ... - Indistinguishability-induced classical-to-nonclassical transition of photon statistics

Author(s): Ao Shen, Bo Du, Ze-Hao Wang, Yang Dong, Xiang-Dong Chen, Guang-Can Guo, and Fang-Wen SunPhoton statistics is one of the key properties of the photon state for the study of quantum coherence ... - Tighter uncertainty and reverse uncertainty relations

Author(s): Debasis Mondal, Shrobona Bagchi, and Arun Kumar PatiWe prove a few state-dependent uncertainty relations for the product as well as the sum of variances of two incompatible observables. The ... - Practical repeaters for ultralong-distance quantum communication

Author(s): Scott E. Vinay and Pieter KokQuantum repeaters enable long-range quantum communication in the presence of attenuation. Here we propose a method to construct a robust quantum repeater networ ... - Experimental protection of arbitrary states in a two-qubit subspace by nested Uhrig dynamical decoupling

Author(s): Harpreet Singh, Arvind, and Kavita DoraiWe experimentally demonstrate the efficacy of a three-layer nested Uhrig dynamical decoupling (NUDD) sequence to preserve arbitrary quantum states in ... - Quantum dark solitons as qubits in Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): M. I. Shaukat, E. V. Castro, and H. TerçasDark solitons in a Bose-Einstein condensate could, according to calculations, function as qubits with long lifetimes.[Phys. Rev. A 95, 053618] Publ … - Diagrammatic approach to multiphoton scattering

Author(s): Tian Feng See, Changsuk Noh, and Dimitris G. AngelakisWe present a method to systematically study multiphoton transmission in one-dimensional systems comprised of correlated quantum emitter … - Detecting gravitational decoherence with clocks: Limits on temporal resolution from a classical-channel model of gravity

Author(s): Kiran E. Khosla and Natacha AltamiranoThe notion of time is given a different footing in quantum mechanics and general relativity, treated as a parameter in the former and being an observer … - Tunable inductive coupling of superconducting qubits in the strongly nonlinear regime

Author(s): Dvir Kafri, Chris Quintana, Yu Chen, Alireza Shabani, John M. Martinis, and Hartmut NevenFor a variety of superconducting qubits, tunable interactions are achieved through mutual inductive … - Contextuality and Wigner-function negativity in qubit quantum computation

Author(s): Robert Raussendorf, Dan E. Browne, Nicolas Delfosse, Cihan Okay, and Juan Bermejo-VegaWe describe schemes of quantum computation with magic states on qubits for which contextuality and nega … - High-fidelity hot gates for generic spin-resonator systems

Author(s): M. J. A. Schuetz, G. Giedke, L. M. K. Vandersypen, and J. I. CiracWe propose and analyze a high-fidelity hot gate for generic spin-resonator systems which allows for coherent spin-spin coup … - Three-dimensional modeling of resonant charge transfer between ion beams and metallic surfaces

Author(s): I. K. GainullinThis study addresses the numerical modeling of resonant charge transfer (RCT) during ion-surface interactions. In our approach we use the original ab initio three-dimensional … - Identification of competing ionization processes in the generation of ultrafast electron bunches from cold-atom electron sources

Author(s): Rory W. Speirs, Andrew J. McCulloch, Ben M. Sparkes, and Robert E. ScholtenWe make direct measurements of the duration of ultrafast cold-electron bunches produced by photoionization of lase … - Interaction-induced Bloch oscillation in a harmonically trapped and fermionized quantum gas in one dimension

Author(s): Lijun Yang, Lihong Zhou, Wei Yi, and Xiaoling CuiMotivated by a recent experiment by Meinert et al. [arXiv:1608.08200], we study the dynamics of an impurity moving in the background of a ha … - Antibunching in an optomechanical oscillator

Author(s): H. Seok and E. M. WrightWe theoretically analyze antibunching of the phonon field in an optomechanical oscillator employing the membrane-in-the-middle geometry. More specifically, a single- … - Radial index of Laguerre-Gaussian modes in high-order-harmonic generation

Author(s): Romain Géneaux, Céline Chappuis, Thierry Auguste, Samuel Beaulieu, Timothy T. Gorman, Fabien Lepetit, Louis F. DiMauro, and Thierry RuchonHigh-order-harmonic generation (HHG) is a tabletop … - Two-qubit entangling gates between distant atomic qubits in a lattice

Author(s): A. Cesa and J. MartinArrays of qubits encoded in the ground-state manifold of neutral atoms trapped in optical (or magnetic) lattices appear to be a promising platform for the realization o … - Versatile Gaussian probes for squeezing estimation

Author(s): Luca Rigovacca, Alessandro Farace, Leonardo A. M. Souza, Antonella De Pasquale, Vittorio Giovannetti, and Gerardo AdessoWe consider an instance of “black-box” quantum metrology in the Gauss …