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Author(s): Kunkun Wang, Xiaoping Wang, Xiang Zhan, Zhihao Bian, Jian Li, Barry C. Sanders, and Peng XueQuantum metrology overcomes standard precision limits and plays a central role in science and tec … - Bell inequalities for falsifying mesoscopic local realism via amplification of quantum noise

Author(s): M. D. ReidMacroscopic realism (MR) per se specifies that a system which has two macroscopically distinct states available to it (such as a cat being dead or alive) is at all times predeterm … - Leggett-Garg tests of macrorealism for bosonic systems including double-well Bose-Einstein condensates and atom interferometers

Author(s): L. Rosales-Zárate, B. Opanchuk, Q. Y. He, and M. D. ReidWe construct quantifiable generalizations of Leggett-Garg tests for macro- and mesoscopic realism and noninvasive measurability that … - Linking phase transitions and quantum entanglement at arbitrary temperature

Author(s): Bo-Bo WeiIn this work, we establish a general theory of phase transitions and quantum entanglement in the equilibrium state at arbitrary temperatures. First, we derive a set of universal fu … - Gravitationally self-bound quantum states in unstable potentials

Author(s): Markku JääskeläinenQuantum mechanics at present cannot be unified with the theory of gravity at the deepest level, and to guide research towards the solution of this fundamental problem, we … - Entanglement criterion for tripartite systems based on local sum uncertainty relations

Author(s): Y. Akbari-Kourbolagh and M. AzhdargalamWe propose a sufficient criterion for the entanglement of tripartite systems based on local sum uncertainty relations for arbitrarily chosen observabl … - Singularities of Floquet scattering and tunneling

Author(s): H. LandaWe study quasibound states and scattering with short-range potentials in three dimensions, subject to an axial periodic driving. We find that poles of the scattering $S$ matrix can … - Kinematic study of ${\mathrm{O}}^{−}$-ion formation from dissociative electron attachment to ${\mathrm{SO}}_{2}$

Author(s): Irina Jana and Dhananjay NandiWe report a complete kinematic study of ${\mathrm{O}}^{−}$-ion formation due to dissociative electron attachment to ${\mathrm{SO}}_{2}$ using the velocity slic … - High-order harmonic generation from a two-dimensional band structure

Author(s): Jian-Zhao Jin, Xiang-Ru Xiao, Hao Liang, Mu-Xue Wang, Si-Ge Chen, Qihuang Gong, and Liang-You PengIn the past few years, harmonic generation in solids has attracted tremendous attention. Re … - From nodal-ring topological superfluids to spiral Majorana modes in cold atomic systems

Author(s): Wen-Yu He, Dong-Hui Xu, Benjamin T. Zhou, Qi Zhou, and K. T. LawIn this work, we consider a three-dimensional (3D) cubic optical lattice composed of coupled 1D wires with 1D spin-orbit coup … - Effects of quadratic coupling and squeezed vacuum injection in an optomechanical cavity assisted with a Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): A. Dalafi, M. H. Naderi, and Ali MotazedifardWe investigate theoretically a hybrid system consisting of a Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) trapped inside a laser-driven membrane-in-the-middle … - Two-beam pumped cascaded four-wave-mixing process for producing multiple-beam quantum correlation

Author(s): Shengshuai Liu, Hailong Wang, and Jietai JingWe propose a two-beam pumped cascaded four-wave-mixing (CFWM) scheme with a double-$\mathrm{Λ}$ energy-level configuration in $^{85}\mathrm{Rb}$ … - Demonstration of analyzers for multimode photonic time-bin qubits

Author(s): Jeongwan Jin, Sascha Agne, Jean-Philippe Bourgoin, Yanbao Zhang, Norbert Lütkenhaus, and Thomas JenneweinWe demonstrate two approaches for unbalanced interferometers as time-bin qubit analy … - Multiple transparency windows and Fano interferences induced by dipole-dipole couplings

Author(s): E. C. Diniz, H. S. Borges, and C. J. Villas-BoasWe investigate the optical properties of a two-level system (TLS) coupled to a one-dimensional array of $N$ other TLSs with dipole-dipole cou … - Selected highly charged ions as prospective candidates for optical clocks with quality factors larger than ${10}^{15}$

Author(s): Yan-mei Yu and B. K. SahooThe ${\mathrm{Ni}}^{12+}, {\mathrm{Cu}}^{13+}, {\mathrm{Pd}}^{12+}$, and ${\mathrm{Ag}}^{13+}$ highly charged ions (HCIs) are proposed for making very accurate opt … - Scrambling of quantum information in quantum many-body systems

Author(s): Eiki Iyoda and Takahiro SagawaWe systematically investigate scrambling (or delocalizing) processes of quantum information encoded in quantum many-body systems by using numerical exact diago … - Measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution with correlated source-light-intensity errors

Author(s): Cong Jiang, Zong-Wen Yu, and Xiang-Bin WangWe present an analysis for measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution with correlated source-light-intensity errors. Numerical result … - Weighted polygamy inequalities of multiparty entanglement in arbitrary-dimensional quantum systems

Author(s): Jeong San KimWe provide a generalization for the polygamy constraint of multiparty entanglement in arbitrary-dimensional quantum systems. By using the $β\mathrm{th}$ power of entanglement o … - Strong-field ionization with twisted laser pulses

Author(s): Willi Paufler, Birger Böning, and Stephan FritzscheWe apply quantum trajectory Monte Carlo computations in order to model strong-field ionization of atoms by twisted Bessel pulses and calcu … - Controlling electron quantum paths for generation of circularly polarized high-order harmonics by ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}{}^{+}$ subject to tailored ($ω$, $2ω$) counter-rotating laser fields

Author(s): John Heslar, Dmitry A. Telnov, and Shih-I ChuRecently, studies of high-order harmonics (HHG) from atoms driven by bichromatic counter-rotating circularly polarized laser fields as a source … - Robust calibration of an optical-lattice depth based on a phase shift

Author(s): C. Cabrera-Gutiérrez, E. Michon, V. Brunaud, T. Kawalec, A. Fortun, M. Arnal, J. Billy, and D. Guéry-OdelinWe report on a method to calibrate the depth of an optical lattice. It consists of … - Two-photon processes based on quantum commutators

Author(s): F. Fratini, L. Safari, P. Amaro, and J. P. SantosWe developed a method to calculate two-photon processes in quantum mechanics that replaces the infinite summation over the intermediate stat … - Probing the limits of the rigid-intensity-shift model in differential-phase-contrast scanning transmission electron microscopy

Author(s): L. Clark, H. G. Brown, D. M. Paganin, M. J. Morgan, T. Matsumoto, N. Shibata, T. C. Petersen, and S. D. FindlayThe rigid-intensity-shift model of differential-phase-contrast imaging assumes … - Utilizing strongly absorbing materials for low-loss surface-wave nonlinear optics

Author(s): Nicolai B. Grosse, Philipp Franz, Jan Heckmann, Karsten Pufahl, and Ulrike WoggonOptical media endowed with large nonlinear susceptibilities are highly prized for their employment in freque … - Optical binding with cold atoms

Author(s): C. E. Máximo, R. Bachelard, and R. KaiserDielectric spheres moving in a dissipative medium are subjected to the effects of optical binding, i.e., a net force resulting from the collective s … - Universal relations for spin-orbit-coupled Fermi gas near an $s$-wave resonance

Author(s): Pengfei Zhang and Ning SunSynthetic spin-orbit-coupled quantum gases have been widely studied both experimentally and theoretically in the past decade. As shown in previous studies, this mo … - Controllability in tunable chains of coupled harmonic oscillators

Author(s): L. F. Buchmann, K. Mølmer, and D. PetrosyanWe prove that temporal control of the strengths of springs connecting $N$ harmonic oscillators in a chain provides complete access to all Gaussian … - Continuous-variable measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution with virtual photon subtraction

Author(s): Yijia Zhao, Yichen Zhang, Bingjie Xu, Song Yu, and Hong GuoThe method of improving the performance of continuous-variable quantum key distribution protocols by postselection has been recent … - Continuous-variable measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution with photon subtraction

Author(s): Hong-Xin Ma, Peng Huang, Dong-Yun Bai, Shi-Yu Wang, Wan-Su Bao, and Gui-Hua ZengIt has been found that non-Gaussian operations can be applied to increase and distill entanglement between Ga … - Hyperfine structure of ${}^{2}\mathrm{Σ}$ molecules containing alkaline-earth-metal atoms

Author(s): Jesus Aldegunde and Jeremy M. HutsonUltracold molecules with both electron spin and an electric dipole moment offer new possibilities in quantum science. We use density-functional theory to … - Laser-modified Coulomb scattering states of an electron in the parabolic quasi-Sturmian-Floquet approach

Author(s): A. S. Zaytsev, S. A. Zaytsev, L. U. Ancarani, and K. A. KouzakovElectron scattering states in combined Coulomb and laser fields are investigated with a nonperturbative approach based on the … - Producing superfluid circulation states using phase imprinting

Author(s): Avinash Kumar, Romain Dubessy, Thomas Badr, Camilla De Rossi, Mathieu de Goër de Herve, Laurent Longchambon, and Hélène PerrinWe propose a method to prepare states of given quantized circul … - Strongly interacting Sarma superfluid near orbital Feshbach resonances

Author(s): Peng Zou, Lianyi He, Xia-Ji Liu, and Hui HuWe investigate the nature of superfluid pairing in a strongly interacting Fermi gas near orbital Feshbach resonances with spin-population imbalanc … - Spatiotemporal light-beam compression from nonlinear mode coupling

Author(s): Katarzyna Krupa, Alessandro Tonello, Vincent Couderc, Alain Barthélémy, Guy Millot, Daniele Modotto, and Stefan WabnitzWe experimentally demonstrate simultaneous spatial and temporal compre … - Photon scattering from a system of multilevel quantum emitters. I. Formalism

Author(s): Sumanta Das, Vincent E. Elfving, Florentin Reiter, and Anders S. SørensenWe introduce a formalism to solve the problem of photon scattering from a system of multilevel quantum emitters. Our … - Photon scattering from a system of multilevel quantum emitters. II. Application to emitters coupled to a one-dimensional waveguide

Author(s): Sumanta Das, Vincent E. Elfving, Florentin Reiter, and Anders S. SørensenIn a preceding paper we introduced a formalism to study the scattering of low-intensity fields from a system of mult … - Optical-nanofiber-based interface for single molecules

Author(s): Sarah M. Skoff, David Papencordt, Hardy Schauffert, Bernhard C. Bayer, and Arno RauschenbeutelOptical interfaces for quantum emitters are a prerequisite for implementing quantum networks. H … - Relativistic spin-orbit interactions of photons and electrons

Author(s): D. A. Smirnova, V. M. Travin, K. Y. Bliokh, and F. NoriLaboratory optics, typically dealing with monochromatic light beams in a single reference frame, exhibits numerous spin-orbit interact … - Topological photonic orbital-angular-momentum switch

Author(s): Xi-Wang Luo, Chuanwei Zhang, Guang-Can Guo, and Zheng-Wei ZhouThe large number of available orbital-angular-momentum (OAM) states of photons provides a unique resource for many important ap … - Neural-network-designed pulse sequences for robust control of singlet-triplet qubits

Author(s): Xu-Chen Yang, Man-Hong Yung, and Xin WangComposite pulses are essential for universal manipulation of singlet-triplet spin qubits. In the absence of noise, they are required to perform arbi … - Mode entanglement of Gaussian fermionic states

Author(s): C. Spee, K. Schwaiger, G. Giedke, and B. KrausThe entanglement properties of multipartite Gaussian fermionic states are investigated. It is shown that there exist no nontrivial Gaussian loc … - Leakage and sweet spots in triple-quantum-dot spin qubits: A molecular-orbital study

Author(s): Chengxian Zhang, Xu-Chen Yang, and Xin WangA triple-quantum-dot system can be operated as either an exchange-only qubit or a resonant-exchange qubit. While it is generally believed that the … - Towers of generalized divisible quantum codes

Author(s): Jeongwan HaahA divisible binary classical code is one in which every code word has weight divisible by a fixed integer. If the divisor is ${2}^{ν}$ for a positive integer $ν$, then one can … - Isotope shifts from collinear laser spectroscopy of doubly charged yttrium isotopes

Author(s): L. J. Vormawah, M. Vilén, R. Beerwerth, P. Campbell, B. Cheal, A. Dicker, T. Eronen, S. Fritzsche, S. Geldhof, A. Jokinen, S. Kelly, I. D. Moore, M. Reponen, S. Rinta-Antila, S. O. Stock, a … - Fully differential cross sections for the single ionization of helium by fast ions: Classical model calculations

Author(s): L. SarkadiFully differential cross sections (FDCSs) have been calculated for the single ionization of helium by 1- and 3-MeV proton and 100-MeV/u ${\mathrm{C}}^{6+}$ ion impact using the cl … - Transmission of low-energy negative ions through insulating nanocapillaries

Author(s): Qi Zhang, Zhonglin Liu, Pengfei Li, Bo Jin, Guangyin Song, Dingkun Jin, Ben Niu, Long Wei, Shuai Ha, Yiming Xie, Yue Ma, Chengliang Wan, Ying Cui, Peng Zhou, Hongqiang Zhang, and Ximeng Che … - Mobile bound states of Rydberg excitations in a lattice

Author(s): Fabian Letscher and David PetrosyanSpin-lattice models play a central role in the studies of quantum magnetism and nonequilibrium dynamics of spin excitations—–magnons. We show that a spin … - Dispersive detection of radio-frequency-dressed states

Author(s): Sindhu Jammi, Tadas Pyragius, Mark G. Bason, Hans Marin Florez, and Thomas FernholzA method is developed to dispersively detect alkali-metal atoms in radio-frequency-dressed states, allowin … - Precursor of superfluidity in a strongly interacting Fermi gas with negative effective range

Author(s): Hiroyuki TajimaWe investigate theoretically the effects of pairing fluctuations in an ultracold Fermi gas near a Feshbach resonance with a negative effective range. By employing a many-body … - Low-lying excitations of vortex lattices in condensates with anisotropic dipole-dipole interaction

Author(s): Lijuan Jia, An-Bang Wang, and Su YiWe investigated the low-lying collective excitations of quasi-two-dimensional dipolar Bose-Einstein condensates confined in a rotating harmonic potential … - Transient dynamics of a nonlinear magneto-optical rotation

Author(s): Raghwinder Singh Grewal, S. Pustelny, A. Rybak, and M. FlorkowskiWe analyze nonlinear magneto-optical rotation (NMOR) in rubidium vapor subjected to a continuously scanned magnetic field. B … - Nonreciprocal signal routing in an active quantum network

Author(s): A. Metelmann and H. E. TüreciAs superconductor quantum technologies are moving towards large-scale integrated circuits, a robust and flexible approach to routing photons at the quantum leve … - Optimization of anisotropic photonic density of states for Raman cooling of solids

Author(s): Yin-Chung Chen, Indronil Ghosh, André Schleife, P. Scott Carney, and Gaurav BahlOptical refrigeration of solids holds tremendous promise for applications in thermal management. It can be ac … - Subcycle interference upon tunnel ionization by counter-rotating two-color fields

Author(s): S. Eckart, M. Kunitski, I. Ivanov, M. Richter, K. Fehre, A. Hartung, J. Rist, K. Henrichs, D. Trabert, N. Schlott, L. Ph. H. Schmidt, T. Jahnke, M. S. Schöffler, A. Kheifets, and R. DörnerI … - Partially coherent axiconic surface plasmon polariton fields

Author(s): Yahong Chen, Andreas Norrman, Sergey A. Ponomarenko, and Ari T. FribergWe introduce a class of structured polychromatic surface electromagnetic fields, reminiscent of conventional optical a … - Stabilizing effect of driving and dissipation on quantum metastable states

Author(s): Davide Valenti, Angelo Carollo, and Bernardo SpagnoloWe investigate how the combined effects of strong Ohmic dissipation and monochromatic driving affect the stability of a quantum system w … - Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen steering and coherence in the family of entangled three-qubit states

Author(s): J. K. Kalaga, W. Leoński, and J. Peřina, Jr.Considering the system of three interacting qubits, we analyze four families of states from the point of view of bipartite correlations appearing … - Vacuum fluctuations and radiation reaction contributions to the resonance dipole-dipole interaction between two atoms near a reflecting boundary

Author(s): Wenting Zhou, Lucia Rizzuto, and Roberto PassanteWe investigate the resonance dipole-dipole interaction energy between two identical atoms, one in the ground state and the other in the exci … - Wavelength and intensity dependence of recollision-enhanced multielectron effects in high-order harmonic generation

Author(s): Paul M. Abanador, François Mauger, Kenneth Lopata, Mette B. Gaarde, and Kenneth J. SchaferUsing a model molecular system (${A}_{2}$) with two active electrons restricted to one dimension, w … - Normal-state properties of a resonantly interacting $p$-wave Fermi gas

Author(s): Juan Yao and Shizhong ZhangMotivated by the recent experimental progress in the study of $p$-wave resonant Fermi gases, we investigate the normal-state properties of such a gas. We calculat … - Quantizing the electromagnetic field near two-sided semitransparent mirrors

Author(s): Nicholas Furtak-Wells, Lewis A. Clark, Robert Purdy, and Almut BeigeThis paper models light scattering through flat surfaces with finite transmission, reflection, and absorption rates, with … - Bound states in the continuum on periodic structures surrounded by strong resonances

Author(s): Lijun Yuan and Ya Yan LuBound states in the continuum (BICs) are trapped or guided modes with their frequencies in the frequency intervals of the radiation modes. On periodic structures, a … - Experimental study of the third-order nonlinearity of atomic and molecular gases using 10-μm laser pulses

Author(s): J. J. Pigeon, S. Ya. Tochitsky, E. C. Welch, and C. JoshiWe present measurements of the third-order optical nonlinearity of Kr, Xe, ${\mathrm{N}}_{2}, {\mathrm{O}}_{2}$, and air at a wavele … - Photon catalysis acting as noiseless linear amplification and its application in coherence enhancement

Author(s): Shengli Zhang and Xiangdong ZhangPhoton catalysis is an intriguing quantum mechanical operation during which no photon is added to or subtracted from the relevant optical system. However, w … - Exotic quantum dynamics and purely long-range coherent interactions in Dirac conelike baths

Author(s): A. González-Tudela and J. I. CiracIn this work we study the quantum dynamics emerging when quantum emitters exchange excitations with a two-dimensional bosonic bath with a Dirac cone disper … - Comment on “Null weak values and the past of a quantum particle”

Author(s): D. SokolovskiIn a recent paper [Phys. Rev. A 95, 032110 (2017)], Duprey and Matzkin investigated the meaning of vanishing weak values and their role in the retrodiction of the past of a pre … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Null weak values and the past of a quantum particle”’

Author(s): Q. Duprey and A. MatzkinWe discuss the preceding Comment [D. Sokolovski, preceding Comment, Phys. Rev. A 97, 046102 (2018)] and conclude that the arguments given there against the relevance … - Experimental nonlocality-based randomness generation with nonprojective measurements

Author(s): S. Gómez, A. Mattar, E. S. Gómez, D. Cavalcanti, O. Jiménez Farías, A. Acín, and G. LimaAn experiment on randomness generation is performed with a quantum optical setup, which shows that no … - Stochastic gradient ascent outperforms gamers in the Quantum Moves game

Author(s): Dries SelsAre human players suitable to deliver good strategies for developing quantum protocols? While recent results suggest a positive answer to this question, here a simple stochastic l … - Many-body atomic speed sensor in lattices

Author(s): Salvatore Marco Giampaolo, Andrea Trombettoni, Peter Krüger, and Tommaso MacrìWe study the properties of transmissivity of a beam of atoms traversing an optical lattice loaded with ultracol … - Geometric effects resulting from square and circular confinements for a particle constrained to a space curve

Author(s): Yong-Long Wang, Meng-Yun Lai, Fan Wang, Hong-Shi Zong, and Yan-Feng ChenInvestigating the geometric effects resulting from the detailed behaviors of the confining potential, we consider squ … - Practical quantum appointment scheduling

Author(s): Dave Touchette, Benjamin Lovitz, and Norbert LütkenhausA quantum appointment-scheduling protocol based on coherent states and basic linear optics operations is proposed. The protocol is sho … - Many-body strategies for multiqubit gates: Quantum control through Krawtchouk-chain dynamics

Author(s): Koen Groenland and Kareljan SchoutensWe propose a strategy for engineering multiqubit quantum gates. As a first step, it employs an eigengate to map states in the computational basis to eig … - Simple expression for the quantum Fisher information matrix

Author(s): Dominik ŠafránekQuantum Fisher information matrix (QFIM) is a cornerstone of modern quantum metrology and quantum information geometry. Apart from optimal estimation, it finds applications … - Quadruple coincidence measurement of electron correlation in strong-field molecular double ionization

Author(s): Arthur Zhao, Chuan Cheng, Spiridoula Matsika, and Thomas WeinachtWe study strong-field dissociative molecular double ionization with momentum-resolved quadruple coincidence measurements, me … - Multichannel high-order harmonic generation from solids

Author(s): Tao-Yuan Du, Dong Tang, Xiao-Huan Huang, and Xue-Bin BianWe studied the ultrafast dynamics of high-order harmonic generation (HHG) from solids numerically. It is found that a superposition … - Fast-responding property of electromagnetically induced transparency in Rydberg atoms

Author(s): Qi Zhang, Zhengyang Bai, and Guoxiang HuangWe investigate the transient optical response property of an electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT) in a cold Rydberg atomic gas. We show … - Transverse spin in the scattering of focused radially and azimuthally polarized vector beams

Author(s): Ankit Kumar Singh, Sudipta Saha, Subhasish Dutta Gupta, and Nirmalya GhoshWe study the effect of focusing of the radially and azimuthally polarized vector beams on the spin angular momentum … - Volume integral equation for electromagnetic scattering: Rigorous derivation and analysis for a set of multilayered particles with piecewise-smooth boundaries in a passive host medium

Author(s): Maxim A. Yurkin and Michael I. MishchenkoWe present a general derivation of the frequency-domain volume integral equation (VIE) for the electric field inside a nonmagnetic scattering object … - Theoretical investigation of confocal microscopy using an elliptically polarized cylindrical vector laser beam: Visualization of quantum emitters near interfaces

Author(s): Stepan BoichenkoWe theoretically study laser-scanning confocal fluorescence microscopy using elliptically polarized cylindrical vector excitation light as a tool for visualization of arbitr … - Dynamical control of the emission of a square microlaser via symmetry classes

Author(s): S. Bittner, A. Loirette-Pelous, C. Lafargue, I. Gozhyk, C. Ulysse, B. Dietz, J. Zyss, and M. LebentalA major objective in photonics is to tailor the emission properties of microcavities whi … - Energy-absorption spectroscopy of unitary Fermi gases in a uniform potential

Author(s): Pengfei Zhang and Zhenhua YuA method is proposed to extract local transport properties of unitary Fermi gases with energy-absorption spectroscopy, where such measurements of the kinetic coe … - Raising the $\mathcal{PT}$-transition threshold by strong coupling to neutral chains

Author(s): Kaustubh S. Agarwal, Rajeev K. Pathak, and Yogesh N. JoglekarThe $\mathcal{PT}$-symmetry-breaking threshold in discrete realizations of systems with balanced gain and loss is determined by … - Classical verification of quantum circuits containing few basis changes

Author(s): Tommaso F. Demarie, Yingkai Ouyang, and Joseph F. FitzsimonsWe consider the task of verifying the correctness of quantum computation for a restricted class of circuits which contain at most … - Remote control of the dissociative ionization of ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}$ based on electron-${{\mathrm{H}}_{2}}^{+}$ entanglement

Author(s): Jun-Ping Wang and Feng HeThe single ionization of ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}$ in strong laser fields creates the correlated electron-${{\mathrm{H}}_{2}}^{+}$ pair. Based on such a correlation, we co … - Hierarchical relaxation dynamics in a tilted two-band Bose-Hubbard model

Author(s): Jayson G. CosmeWe numerically examine slow and hierarchical relaxation dynamics of interacting bosons described by a tilted two-band Bose-Hubbard model. The system is found to exhibit signa … - Thermalization dynamics of two correlated bosonic quantum wires after a split

Author(s): Sebastian Huber, Michael Buchhold, Jörg Schmiedmayer, and Sebastian DiehlCherently splitting a one-dimensional Bose gas provides an attractive, experimentally established platform to invest … - Optomechanical transistor with mechanical gain

Author(s): X. Z. Zhang, Lin Tian, and Yong LiWe study an optomechanical transistor, where an input field can be transferred and amplified unidirectionally in a cyclic three-mode optomechanical system. … - Cavity quantum electrodynamics in the nonperturbative regime

Author(s): Daniele De Bernardis, Tuomas Jaako, and Peter RablWe study a generic cavity-QED system where a set of (artificial) two-level dipoles is coupled to the electric field of a single-mode $LC$ r … - Erratum: Direct measurement of excited-state dipole matrix elements using electromagnetically induced transparency in the hyperfine Paschen-Back regime [Phys. Rev. A 93, 043854 (2016)]

Author(s): Daniel J. Whiting, James Keaveney, Charles S. Adams, and Ifan G. Hughes[Phys. Rev. A 97, 049902] Published Wed Apr 11, 2018 - Quasiprobability behind the out-of-time-ordered correlator

Author(s): Nicole Yunger Halpern, Brian Swingle, and Justin DresselTwo topics, evolving rapidly in separate fields, were combined recently: the out-of-time-ordered correlator (OTOC) signals quantum-in … - Smoothing of Gaussian quantum dynamics for force detection

Author(s): Zhishen Huang and Mohan SarovarBuilding on recent work by Gammelmark et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 160401 (2013)] we develop a formalism for prediction and retrodiction of Gaussian quantum … - Dark state polarizing a nuclear spin in the vicinity of a nitrogen-vacancy center

Author(s): Yang-Yang Wang (王洋洋), Jing Qiu (邱静), Ying-Qi Chu (褚莹琦), Mei Zhang (章梅), Jianming Cai (蔡建明), Qing Ai (艾清), and Fu-Guo Deng (邓富国)The nuclear spin in the vicinity of a nitrogen-vacancy (NV) ce … - Reservoir-engineered entanglement in a hybrid modulated three-mode optomechanical system

Author(s): Chang-Geng Liao, Rong-Xin Chen, Hong Xie, and Xiu-Min LinWe propose an effective approach for generating highly pure and strong cavity-mechanical entanglement (or optical-microwave entangle … - Quantum machine learning for quantum anomaly detection

Author(s): Nana Liu and Patrick RebentrostAnomaly detection is used for identifying data that deviate from “normal” data patterns. Its usage on classical data finds diverse applications in many import … - High-speed noise-free optical quantum memory

Author(s): K. T. Kaczmarek, P. M. Ledingham, B. Brecht, S. E. Thomas, G. S. Thekkadath, O. Lazo-Arjona, J. H. D. Munns, E. Poem, A. Feizpour, D. J. Saunders, J. Nunn, and I. A. WalmsleyOptical quantum … - Analog quantum simulation of generalized Dicke models in trapped ions

Author(s): Ibai Aedo and Lucas LamataWe propose the analog quantum simulation of generalized Dicke models in trapped ions. By combining bicromatic laser interactions on multiple ions we can generate a … - Quantum phase transitions in spin-1 $XXZ$ chains with rhombic single-ion anisotropy

Author(s): Jie Ren, Yimin Wang, and Wen-Long YouWe explore numerically the inverse participation ratios in the ground state of one-dimensional spin-1 $XXZ$ chains with the rhombic single-ion anisotrop … - Experimental and theoretical electron-scattering cross-section data for dichloromethane

Author(s): K. Krupa, E. Lange, F. Blanco, A. S. Barbosa, D. F. Pastega, S. d’A. Sanchez, M. H. F. Bettega, G. García, P. Limão-Vieira, and F. Ferreira da SilvaWe report on a combination of experimenta … - Following coherent multichannel nuclear wave packets in pump-probe studies of ${\mathrm{O}}_{2}$ with ultrashort laser pulses

Author(s): Shan Xue, Hongchuan Du, Bitao Hu, C. D. Lin, and Anh-Thu LeWe reexamine the recent pump-probe experiment with ${\mathrm{O}}_{2}$ using short intense infrared laser pulses theoretically. Usi …