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Author(s): Philip J. D. Crowley and A. G. GreenWe derive a microscopic model for dissipative dynamics in a system of mutually interacting qubits coupled to a thermal bath that generalizes the dissipat … - Time-invariant entanglement and sudden death of nonlocality

Author(s): Bi-Heng Liu, Xiao-Min Hu, Jiang-Shan Chen, Chao Zhang, Yun-Feng Huang, Chuan-Feng Li, Guang-Can Guo, Göktuğ Karpat, Felipe F. Fanchini, Jyrki Piilo, and Sabrina ManiscalcoWe investigate bot … - Local versus global strategies in multiparameter estimation

Author(s): P. A. Knott, T. J. Proctor, A. J. Hayes, J. F. Ralph, P. Kok, and J. A. DunninghamWe consider the problem of estimating multiple phases using a multimode interferometer. In this setting we … - Short-range photoassociation of LiRb

Author(s): D. B. Blasing, I. C. Stevenson, J. Pérez-Ríos, D. S. Elliott, and Y. P. ChenWe have observed short-range photoassociation of ^{7}Li^{85}Rb to the two lowest vibrational states of the d^{3}Π … - Theoretical description of the mixed-field orientation of asymmetric-top molecules: A time-dependent study

Author(s): Juan J. Omiste and Rosario González-FérezWe present a theoretical study of the mixed-field-orientation of asymmetric-top molecules in tilted static electric field and nonresonant linearly p … - Angular dependence of photoemission time delay in helium

Author(s): Sebastian Heuser, Álvaro Jiménez Galán, Claudio Cirelli, Carlos Marante, Mazyar Sabbar, Robert Boge, Matteo Lucchini, Lukas Gallmann, Igor Ivanov, Anatoli S. Kheifets, J. Marcus Dahlström, … - Femtosecond time-domain observation of atmospheric absorption in the near-infrared spectrum

Author(s): T. J. Hammond, Sylvain Monchocé, Chunmei Zhang, Graham G. Brown, P. B. Corkum, and D. M. VilleneuveAs light propagates through a medium, absorption caused by electronic or rovibrational tra … - Shortcut to adiabatic population transfer in quantum three-level systems: Effective two-level problems and feasible counterdiabatic driving

Author(s): Yi-Chao Li and Xi ChenShortcuts to adiabaticity in various quantum systems have attracted much attention with their wide applications in quantum information processing and quantum control. … - Theoretical investigation of three-dimensional quasi-phase-matching photonic structures

Author(s): Tamara Pogosian and Ngoc Diep LaiWe present a full theoretical analysis of quasi-phase-matching (QPM) in three-dimensional (3D) periodic structures and point up optimum nonlinear structures … - Motion of solitons in one-dimensional spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Lin Wen, Q. Sun, Yu Chen, Deng-Shan Wang, J. Hu, H. Chen, W.-M. Liu, G. Juzeliūnas, Boris A. Malomed, and An-Chun JiSolitons play a fundamental role in the dynamics of nonlinear excitations … - Error-rejecting quantum computing with solid-state spins assisted by low-Q optical microcavities

Author(s): Tao Li (李涛) and Fu-Guo Deng (邓富国)We present an efficient proposal for error-rejecting quantum computing with quantum dots (QDs) embedded in single-sided optical microcavities based on the i … - Quantum-information approach to dynamical diffraction theory

Author(s): J. Nsofini, K. Ghofrani, D. Sarenac, D. G. Cory, and D. A. PushinWe present a simplified model for dynamical diffraction of particles through a periodic thick perfect crystal based on repea … - EUV two-photon-ionization cross sections of helium from the solution of the time-dependent Schrödinger equation, and comparison with measurements using free-electron lasers

Author(s): Theodoros Mercouris, Yannis Komninos, and Cleanthes A. NicolaidesTwo recent experimental papers reported the first measurements of absolute two-photon-ionization cross sections σ(2) of heli … - Strong-field ionization and gauge dependence of nonlocal potentials

Author(s): T. C. Rensink and T. M. Antonsen, Jr.Nonlocal potential models have been used in place of the Coulomb potential in the Schrödinger equation as an efficient means of exploring high-field las … - Dynamic localization in optical and Zeeman lattices in the presence of spin-orbit coupling

Author(s): Yaroslav V. Kartashov, Vladimir V. Konotop, Dmitry A. Zezyulin, and Lluis TornerThe dynamic localization of a two-level atom in a periodic potential under the action of spin-orbit coupling … - Metastability of Bose and Fermi gases on the upper branch

Author(s): André LeClair, Itzhak Roditi, and Joshua SquiresWe study three-dimensional Bose and Fermi gases in the upper branch, a phase defined by the absence of bound states in the repulsive interact … - Charge-induced optical bistability in thermal Rydberg vapor

Author(s): Daniel Weller, Alban Urvoy, Andy Rico, Robert Löw, and Harald KüblerWe investigate the phenomenon of optical bistability in a driven ensemble of Rydberg atoms. By performing two experiments … - Entanglement detection on an NMR quantum-information processor using random local measurements

Author(s): Amandeep Singh, Arvind, and Kavita DoraiRandom local measurements have recently been proposed to construct entanglement witnesses and thereby detect the presence of bipartite entanglement. … - Dynamics of a single trapped ion immersed in a buffer gas

Author(s): Bastian Höltkemeier, Pascal Weckesser, Henry López-Carrera, and Matthias WeidemüllerWe provide a comprehensive theoretical framework for describing the dynamics of a single trapped ion inte … - Hydrodynamic versus collisionless dynamics of a one-dimensional harmonically trapped Bose gas

Author(s): Giulia De Rosi and Sandro StringariBy using a sum-rule approach we investigate the transition between the hydrodynamic and the collisionless regime of the collective modes in a one-dimensio … - Transformation-optics simulation method for stimulated Brillouin scattering

Author(s): Roberto Zecca, Patrick T. Bowen, David R. Smith, and Stéphane LaroucheWe develop an approach to enable the full-wave simulation of stimulated Brillouin scattering and related phenomena in a … - Synchronization of micromasers

Author(s): C. Davis-Tilley and A. D. ArmourWe investigate synchronization effects in quantum self-sustained oscillators theoretically using the micromaser as a model system. We use the probability dis … - Erratum: Correlation control for pure and efficiently generated heralded single photons [Phys. Rev. A 91, 013819 (2015)]

Author(s): Jefferson Flórez, Omar Calderón, Alejandra Valencia, and Clara I. Osorio[Phys. Rev. A 94, 069901] Published Wed Dec 07, 2016 - Reformulating noncontextuality inequalities in an operational approach

Author(s): Zhen-Peng Xu, Debashis Saha, Hong-Yi Su, Marcin Pawłowski, and Jing-Ling ChenA new theory-independent noncontextuality inequality is presented [R. Kunjwal and R. W. Spekkens, Phys. Rev. Let ... - Grassmann phase-space methods for fermions: Uncovering the classical probability structure

Author(s): Evgeny A. PolyakovThe phase-space description of bosonic quantum systems has numerous applications in such fields as quantum optics, trapped ultracold atoms, and transport phenomena. Extens ... - Nonlinear Compton scattering in a strong rotating electric field

Author(s): Erez Raicher, Shalom Eliezer, and Arie ZiglerThe nonlinear Compton scattering rate in a rotating electric field is explicitly calculated. For this purpose, an approximate solution to the Kl ... - Simulating single photons with realistic photon sources

Author(s): Xiao Yuan, Zhen Zhang, Norbert Lütkenhaus, and Xiongfeng MaQuantum information processing provides remarkable advantages over its classical counterpart. Quantum optical systems have been pr ... - Suppressing gate errors in frequency-domain quantum computation through extra physical systems coupled to a cavity

Author(s): Satoshi Nakamura, Hayato Goto, Mamiko Kujiraoka, and Kouichi IchimuraWe propose a scheme for frequency-domain quantum computation (FDQC) in which the errors due to crosstalk are suppressed ... - Two-qubit gates using adiabatic passage of the Stark-tuned Förster resonances in Rydberg atoms

Author(s): I. I. Beterov, M. Saffman, E. A. Yakshina, D. B. Tretyakov, V. M. Entin, S. Bergamini, E. A. Kuznetsova, and I. I. RyabtsevWe propose schemes of controlled-Z and controlled-not gates with u ... - Finite approximation of unitary operators for conditional analog simulators

Author(s): Kimin Park, Petr Marek, and Radim FilipSimulating unitary dynamics unavailable in nature by finite perturbative expansion of its Hamiltonian is a straightforward and intuitive approach whic ... - C^{1} Σ^{+} , A^{1} Σ^{+} , and b^{3} Π_{0^{+} } states of LiRb

Author(s): I. C. Stevenson, D. B. Blasing, Y. P. Chen, and D. S. ElliottWe present the first spectroscopic studies of the C^{1}Σ^{+} electronic state and the A^{1}Σ^{+}–b^{3}Π_{0^{+}} complex in ^{7}L ... - Observation of broad p-wave Feshbach resonances in ultracold ^{85} Rb− ^{87} Rb mixtures

Author(s): Shen Dong, Yue Cui, Chuyang Shen, Yewei Wu, Meng Khoon Tey, Li You, and Bo GaoBroad entrance-channel p-wave magnetic Feshbach resonances with widths up to about 140 G are observed in ultrac ... - Density redistribution effects in fermionic optical lattices

Author(s): Medha Soni, Michele Dolfi, and Matthias TroyerWe simulate a one-dimensional fermionic optical lattice to analyze heating due to nonadiabatic lattice loading. Our simulations reveal that, si ... - Photodissociation dynamics of weakly bound HeH_{2} ^{+} in intense light fields

Author(s): Tamás Szidarovszky and Kaoru YamanouchiPhotoinduced dynamics of a weakly bound triatomic molecule HeH_{2}^{+} exposed to electromagnetic radiation is investigated by time-dependent quantum ... - ε-pseudoclassical model for quantum resonances in a cold dilute atomic gas periodically driven by finite-duration standing-wave laser pulses

Author(s): Benjamin T. Beswick, Ifan G. Hughes, Simon A. Gardiner, Hippolyte P. A. G. Astier, Mikkel F. Andersen, and Boris DaszutaAtom interferometers are a useful tool for precision measurements of ... - Self-similar localized pulses for the nonlinear Schrödinger equation with distributed cubic-quintic nonlinearity

Author(s): Amitava Choudhuri, Houria Triki, and K. PorsezianWe obtain the exact analytical self-similar bright-, dark-, and kink-solitary-wave solutions of the nonlinear Schrödinger equation with loca ... - Singularities and internal rotational dynamics of electron beams

Author(s): D. Velasco-Martínez, V. G. Ibarra-Sierra, J. C. Sandoval-Santana, J. L. Cardoso, and A. KunoldWe study the internal rotational dynamics of electronic beams in relation to the phase singular ... - Generation of polarization-entangled photon pairs in a planar waveguide

Author(s): Divya Bharadwaj and K. ThyagarajanIn this paper, we show that the polarization-entangled photon pairs can be generated using spontaneous parametric down conversion in a dual periodically po ... - Nonreciprocal few-photon routing schemes based on chiral waveguide-emitter couplings

Author(s): Carlos Gonzalez-Ballestero, Esteban Moreno, Francisco J. Garcia-Vidal, and Alejandro Gonzalez-TudelaWe demonstrate the possibility of designing efficient, nonreciprocal few-photon devices b ... - Superconducting resonator and Rydberg atom hybrid system in the strong coupling regime

Author(s): Deshui Yu, Alessandro Landra, María Martínez Valado, Christoph Hufnagel, Leong Chuan Kwek, Luigi Amico, and Rainer DumkeWe propose a promising hybrid quantum system, where a highly excited ... - Quantum state transfer through time reversal of an optical channel

Author(s): M. R. Hush, C. D. B. Bentley, R. L. Ahlefeldt, M. R. James, M. J. Sellars, and V. UgrinovskiiRare-earth ions have exceptionally long coherence times, making them an excellent candidate for ... - Quantum counterfactual communication without a weak trace

Author(s): D. R. M. Arvidsson-Shukur and C. H. W. BarnesThe classical theories of communication rely on the assumption that there has to be a flow of particles from Bob to Alice in order for him to se ... - Quantum gates and architecture for the quantum simulation of the Fermi-Hubbard model

Author(s): Pierre-Luc Dallaire-Demers and Frank K. WilhelmQuantum computers are the ideal platform for quantum simulations. Given enough coherent operations and qubits, such machines can be leveraged ... - Net force on an asymmetrically excited two-atom system from vacuum fluctuations

Author(s): M. DonaireA net force on a system of two dissimilar atoms, one of which is excited, is shown to result from their van der Waals interaction. It is accompanied by a net transfer of linear mo ... - Multilevel perspective on high-order harmonic generation in solids

Author(s): Mengxi Wu, Dana A. Browne, Kenneth J. Schafer, and Mette B. GaardeWe investigate high-order harmonic generation in a solid, modeled as a multilevel system dressed by a strong infrared laser ... - Local management of the nonlinearity of Bose-Einstein condensates with pinched potentials

Author(s): A. Guerreiro and Nuno A. SilvaWe present a proposal for the local control of the nonlinearity in quasi-one-dimensional Bose-Einstein condensates induced by a local pinching of the transvers ... - Observation of quantum equilibration in dilute Bose gases

Author(s): Linxiao Niu (牛临潇), Pengju Tang (唐鹏举), Baoguo Yang (杨保国), Xuzong Chen (陈徐宗), Biao Wu (吴飙), and Xiaoji Zhou (周小计)We investigate experimentally the dynamical relaxation of a nonintegrable quan ... - Phase-space views into dye-microcavity thermalized and condensed photons

Author(s): Jakov Marelic, Benjamin T. Walker, and Robert A. NymanWe have observed momentum- and position-resolved spectra and images of the photoluminescence from thermalized and condensed dye-microca ... - Optomechanics with a polarization nondegenerate cavity

Author(s): F. M. Buters, M. J. Weaver, H. J. Eerkens, K. Heeck, S. de Man, and D. BouwmeesterExperiments in the field of optomechanics do not yet fully exploit the photon polarization degree of freedo ... - Spatially homogeneous entanglement for matter-wave interferometry created with time-averaged measurements

Author(s): Kevin C. Cox, Graham P. Greve, Baochen Wu, and James K. ThompsonWe demonstrate a method to generate spatially homogeneous entangled, spin-squeezed states of atoms appropriate for maintainin ... - Superintermolecular orbitals in the C_{60} -pentacene complex

Author(s): G. P. Zhang, A. Gardner, T. Latta, K. Drake, and Y. H. BaiWe report a group of unusually big molecular orbitals in the C_{60}-pentacene complex. Our first-principles density-functional calc ... - Scrutinizing Al-like ^{51} V ^{10+} , ^{53} Cr ^{11+} , ^{55} Mn ^{12+} , ^{57} Fe ^{13+} , ^{59} Co ^{14+} , ^{61} Ni ^{15+} , and ^{63} Cu ^{16+} ions for atomic clocks with uncertainties below the 10^{−19} level

Author(s): Yan-mei Yu and B. K. SahooWe investigate the transition between the fine structure levels of the ground state, 3p^{2}P_{1/2}→3p^{2}P_{3/2}, of the highly charged Al-like ^{51}V^{10+},^{53}C ... - Complex structure of spatially resolved high-order-harmonic spectra

Author(s): F. Catoire, A. Ferré, O. Hort, A. Dubrouil, L. Quintard, D. Descamps, S. Petit, F. Burgy, E. Mével, Y. Mairesse, and E. ConstantThe origin of the characteristic features in the spatial dist ... - Laser-induced dissociative ionization of H_{2} from the near-infrared to the mid-infrared regime

Author(s): Qingli Jing and Lars Bojer MadsenWe apply the Monte Carlo wave packet (MCWP) approach to investigate the kinetic energy release (KER) spectra of the protons following double ionization in H ... - Single-mode instability in standing-wave lasers: The quantum cascade laser as a self-pumped parametric oscillator

Author(s): Tobias S. Mansuripur, Camille Vernet, Paul Chevalier, Guillaume Aoust, Benedikt Schwarz, Feng Xie, Catherine Caneau, Kevin Lascola, Chung-en Zah, David P. Caffey, Timothy Day, Leo J. Missag ... - Leveraging beam deformation to improve the detection of resonances

Author(s): Rémi Pollès, Martine Mihailovic, Emmanuel Centeno, and Antoine MoreauDecades of work on beam deformation on reflection and especially on lateral shifts have spread the idea that a reflected ... - Reduced models and design principles for half-harmonic generation in synchronously pumped optical parametric oscillators

Author(s): Ryan Hamerly, Alireza Marandi, Marc Jankowski, M. M. Fejer, Yoshihisa Yamamoto, and Hideo MabuchiWe develop reduced models that describe half-harmonic generation in a synchronously pumped o ... - Reflection of waves from slowly decaying complex permittivity profiles

Author(s): S. A. R. Horsley, M. Artoni, and G. C. La RoccaWave propagation through rapidly but continuously varying media is surprisingly subtle, and in a pair of recent papers [Horsley et al., J. Opt ... - Energy backflow in strongly coupled non-Markovian continuous-variable systems

Author(s): G. Guarnieri, J. Nokkala, R. Schmidt, S. Maniscalco, and B. VacchiniBy employing the full counting statistics formalism, we characterize the first moment of energy that is exchanged during ... - Vacuum birefringence in high-energy laser-electron collisions

Author(s): B. King and N. ElkinaReal photon-photon scattering is a long-predicted phenomenon that is being searched for in experiment in the form of a birefringent vacuum at optical and x-ray frequenc ... - Parity-symmetry breaking and topological phases in a superfluid ring

Author(s): Xiurong Zhang, Francesco Piazza, WeiDong Li, and Augusto SmerziWe study analytically the superfluid flow of a Bose-Einstein condensate in a ring geometry in the presence of a rotating barri ... - Pulsed quantum interaction between two distant mechanical oscillators

Author(s): Nikita Vostrosablin, Andrey A. Rakhubovsky, and Radim FilipFeasible setup for pulsed quantum nondemolition interaction between two distant mechanical oscillators through an optical or micro ... - Steady-state generation of negative-Wigner-function light using feedback

Author(s): Cristian Joana, Peter van Loock, Hui Deng, and Tim ByrnesWe propose a method of producing steady-state coherent light with negative Wigner functions in nonlinear media combined with feedbac ... - Spectroscopic signatures of quantum friction

Author(s): Juliane Klatt, Robert Bennett, and Stefan Yoshi BuhmannWe present a formula for the spectroscopically accessible level shifts and decay rates of an atom moving at an arbitrary angle relativ ... - Light storage and cavity supermodes in two coupled optomechanical cavities

Author(s): Yong HeWe theoretically investigate a hybrid optomechanical system including two coupled optomechanical cavities in the presence of two strong pump fields and a weak probe field. The photon ... - Two coupled nonlinear cavities in a driven-dissipative environment

Author(s): Bin Cao, Khan W. Mahmud, and Mohammad HafeziWe investigate two coupled nonlinear cavities that are coherently driven in a dissipative environment. We perform semiclassical, numerical, and a ... - Collapse of the wave field in a one-dimensional system of weakly coupled light guides

Author(s): A. A. Balakin, A. G. Litvak, V. A. Mironov, and S. A. SkobelevThe analytical and numerical study of the radiation self-action in a system of coupled light guides is fulfilled on the basis o ... - Time-correlated blip dynamics of open quantum systems

Author(s): Michael Wiedmann, Jürgen T. Stockburger, and Joachim AnkerholdThe non-Markovian dynamics of open quantum systems is still a challenging task, particularly in the nonperturbative regime at l ... - Comparison of incoherent operations and measures of coherence

Author(s): Eric Chitambar and Gilad GourA resource theory of quantum coherence attempts to characterize the quantum coherence that exists in a given quantum system. Many different approaches to a reso ... - Quantum phase gate based on electromagnetically induced transparency in optical cavities

Author(s): Halyne S. Borges and Celso J. Villas-BôasWe theoretically investigate the implementation of a quantum controlled-phase gate in a system constituted by a single atom inside an optical cavity ... - Continuous-time quantum walks on directed bipartite graphs

Author(s): Beat Tödtli, Monika Laner, Jouri Semenov, Beatrice Paoli, Marcel Blattner, and Jérôme KunegisThis paper investigates continuous-time quantum walks on directed bipartite graphs based on a gr ... - Modular quantum-information processing by dissipation

Author(s): Jeffrey Marshall, Lorenzo Campos Venuti, and Paolo ZanardiDissipation can be used as a resource to control and simulate quantum systems. We discuss a modular model based on fast dissipation ... - Energy-loss spectroscopy of C_{60} fullerenes with twisted electrons: Influence of orbital-angular-momentum transfer on plasmon generation

Author(s): Michael Schüler and Jamal BerakdarRecent experimental progress in creating and controlling singular electron beams that carry orbital angular momentum allows for new types of local spectros ... - Ultrafast coherent control of spinor Bose-Einstein condensates using stimulated Raman adiabatic passage

Author(s): Andreas M. D. Thomasen, Tetsuya Mukai, and Tim ByrnesWe propose the use of stimulated Raman adiabatic passage to offer a fast high fidelity method of performing SU(2) rotations on spinor Bo ... - Simulating generic spin-boson models with matrix product states

Author(s): Michael L. Wall, Arghavan Safavi-Naini, and Ana Maria ReyThe global coupling of few-level quantum systems (“spins”) to a discrete set of bosonic modes is a key ingredient for many applicati ... - Progress towards quantum-enhanced interferometry with harmonically trapped quantum matter-wave bright solitons

Author(s): Bettina Gertjerenken, Timothy P. Wiles, and Christoph WeissWe model the dynamics of attractively interacting ultracold bosonic atoms in a quasi-one-dimensional wave guide with additional ha ... - Non-Hermitian coupled-mode theory for incoherently pumped exciton-polariton condensates

Author(s): S. Khan and H. E. TüreciThe generalized Gross-Pitaevskii equation (gGPE) is an effective phenomenological description for the dynamics of incoherently pumped exciton-polariton condensates. ... - One- and two-photon scattering from generalized V-type atoms

Author(s): Eduardo Sánchez-Burillo, Luis Martín-Moreno, David Zueco, and Juan José García-RipollThe one- and two-photon scattering matrix S is obtained analytically for a one-dimensional waveguide and ... - Multiple-output microwave single-photon source using superconducting circuits with longitudinal and transverse couplings

Author(s): Xin Wang, Adam Miranowicz, Hong-Rong Li, and Franco NoriSingle-photon devices at microwave frequencies are important for applications in quantum information processing and communication in ... - Electromagnetically induced transparency and quantum heat engines

Author(s): S. E. HarrisWe describe how electromagnetically induced transparency may be used to construct a nontraditional near-ideal quantum heat engine as constrained by the second law. The engine is ... - Quantum smoothing for classical mixtures

Author(s): D. Tan, M. Naghiloo, K. Mølmer, and K. W. MurchWave functions and density matrices represent our knowledge about a quantum system and give probabilities for the outcomes of measurements. If … - Few-body route to one-dimensional quantum liquids

Author(s): Manuel Valiente and Patrik ÖhbergGapless many-body quantum systems in one spatial dimension are universally described by the Luttinger liquid effective theory at low energies. Essentially, … - Irreversible evolution of a wave packet in the rigged-Hilbert-space quantum mechanics

Author(s): Giulia Marcucci and Claudio ContiIt is well known that a state with complex energy cannot be the eigenstate of a self-adjoint operator, such as the Hamiltonian. Resonances, i.e., states wit … - Coherence-breaking channels and coherence sudden death

Author(s): Kaifeng Bu, Swati, Uttam Singh, and Junde WuQuantum noise is ubiquitous to quantum systems as they incessantly interact with their surroundings and results in degrading useful resources suc … - Measurement of the Yb I ^{1} S _{0} − ^{1} P _{1} transition frequency at 399 nm using an optical frequency comb

Author(s): Michaela Kleinert, M. E. Gold Dahl, and Scott BergesonWe determine the frequency of the Yb I ^{1}S_{0}−^{1}P_{1} transition at 399 nm using an optical frequency comb. Although this transiti … - Observation of the ^{1} S_{0} to ^{3} D_{1} clock transition in ^{175} Lu^{+}

Author(s): K. J. Arnold, R. Kaewuam, A. Roy, E. Paez, S. Wang, and M. D. BarrettWe report direct laser spectroscopy of the ^{1}S_{0} to ^{3}D_{1} highly-forbidden M1 clock transition in ^{175}Lu^{+}. … - Lattice-constant and electron-affinity effects on negative-ion conversion in atom–ionic-crystal-surface grazing scattering

Author(s): Wang Zhou, Hu Zhou, Meixiao Zhang, Lihua Zhou, Yuan Li, Bowen Li, and Ximeng ChenThe effects of the lattice constant and electron affinity on the negative-ion conversion of a neutral atom u … - Gamma-ray spectra from low-energy positron annihilation processes in molecules

Author(s): Xiaoguang Ma, Meishan Wang, Yinghao Zhu, Yang Liu, Chuanlu Yang, and Dehua WangThe theoretical γ-ray spectra from positron-electron annihilation process in a wide variety of atoms and molec … - Sequential and nonsequential double ionization of helium by intense XUV laser pulses: Revealing ac Stark shifts from joint energy spectra

Author(s): Chuan Yu and Lars Bojer MadsenDouble ionization of a model helium system by intense extreme ultraviolet laser pulses is investigated by solving the time-dependent Schrödinger equation and e … - Spin-orbit-induced resonances and threshold anomalies in a reduced-dimension Fermi gas

Author(s): Su-Ju Wang and Chris H. GreeneWe calculate the reflection and transmission probabilities in a one-dimensional Fermi gas with an equal mixing of the Rashba and Dresselhaus spin-orbit couplin … - Self-organization of atoms coupled to a chiral reservoir

Author(s): Zachary Eldredge, Pablo Solano, Darrick Chang, and Alexey V. GorshkovTightly confined modes of light, as in optical nanofibers or photonic crystal waveguides, can lead to large optical coup … - Erratum: Complete positivity, finite-temperature effects, and additivity of noise for time-local qubit dynamics [Phys. Rev. A 93, 052103 (2016)]

Author(s): Juho Lankinen, Henri Lyyra, Boris Sokolov, Jose Teittinen, Babak Ziaei, and Sabrina Maniscalco[Phys. Rev. A 94, 059904] Published Tue Nov 29, 2016 - Improved semidefinite programming upper bound on distillable entanglement

Author(s): Xin Wang and Runyao DuanAn additive and semidefinite programming (SDP) computable entanglement measure is introduced to upper bound the amount of distillable entanglement in bipartite quant … - Topological origin of universal few-body clusters in Efimov physics

Author(s): Yusuke Horinouchi and Masahito UedaEfimov physics is renowned for the self-similar spectrum featuring the universal ratio of one eigenenergy to its neighbor. Even more esoteric is the numer … - Suppression of Stokes scattering and improved optomechanical cooling with squeezed light

Author(s): Muhammad Asjad, Stefano Zippilli, and David VitaliWe develop a theory of optomechanical cooling with a squeezed input light field. We show that Stokes heating transitions can be fully suppr … - Spontaneous collapse: A solution to the measurement problem and a source of the decay in mesonic systems

Author(s): Kyrylo Simonov and Beatrix C. HiesmayrDynamical reduction models propose a solution to the measurement problem in quantum mechanics: the collapse of the wave function becomes a physical pro … - Determining stationary-state quantum properties directly from system-environment interactions

Author(s): F. Nicacio, M. Paternostro, and A. FerraroConsidering stationary states of continuous-variable systems undergoing an open dynamics, we unveil the connection between properties and symmetrie … - Three-input majority function as the unique optimal function for the bias amplification using nonlocal boxes

Author(s): Ryuhei MoriBrassard et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 250401 (2006)] showed that shared nonlocal boxes with a CHSH (Clauser, Horne, Shimony, and Holt) probability greater than 3+sqrt[6]/6 yield … - Decoherent histories and measurement of temporal correlation functions for Leggett-Garg inequalities

Author(s): J. J. HalliwellWe consider two protocols for the measurement of the temporal correlation functions of a dichotomic variable Q appearing in Leggett-Garg-type inequalities. The protocols meas …