- Classical demonstration of frequency-dependent noise ellipse rotation using optomechanically induced transparency

Author(s): Jiayi Qin, Chunnong Zhao, Yiqiu Ma, Xu Chen, Li Ju, and David G. BlairCavities with an extremely narrow linewidth of 10–100 Hz are required for realizing frequency-dependent squeezing to en … - Robertson-Schrödinger-type formulation of Ozawa's noise-disturbance uncertainty principle

Author(s): Catarina Bastos, Alex E. Bernardini, Orfeu Bertolami, Nuno Costa Dias, and João Nuno PrataIn this work we derive a matrix formulation of a noise-disturbance uncertainty relation, which is a … - Fast-forward scaling in a finite-dimensional Hilbert space

Author(s): Kazutaka TakahashiTime evolution of quantum systems is accelerated by the fast-forward scaling. We reformulate the method to study systems in a finite-dimensional Hilbert space. For several … - Choice of measurement as the secret

Author(s): Bin Liu, Fei Gao, Su-Juan Qin, Wei Huang, Feng Liu, and Qiao-Yan WenRecently, Kalev et al. [A. Kalev, A. Mann, and M. Revzen, Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 260502 (2013).] proposed a quantum (publi … - Entangled-photon generation from a quantum dot in a microcavity through pulsed laser irradiation

Author(s): Kazunori Shibata and Hiroshi AjikiWe theoretically investigate fast and highly efficient entangled-photon generation by irradiating a quantum dot (QD) embedded in a microcavity with short l … - Environment-assisted quantum state restoration via weak measurements

Author(s): Kelvin Wang, Xinyu Zhao, and Ting YuIn this paper, a quantum state restoration scheme is proposed based on the environment-assisted error correction (EAEC) scheme. By introducing a weak mea … - Coupling spin ensembles via superconducting flux qubits

Author(s): Yueyin Qiu, Wei Xiong, Lin Tian, and J. Q. YouWe study a hybrid quantum system consisting of spin ensembles and superconducting flux qubits, where each spin ensemble is realized using the n … - Relativistic equation-of-motion coupled-cluster method: Application to closed-shell atomic systems

Author(s): Himadri Pathak, B. K. Sahoo, B. P. Das, Nayana Vaval, and Sourav PalWe report our successful implementation of the relativistic equation-of-motion coupled-cluster (EOMCC) method. This metho … - Relativistic coupled-cluster calculations on hyperfine structures and electromagnetic transition amplitudes of In iii

Author(s): Sourav Roy, Narendra Nath Dutta, and Sonjoy MajumderHyperfine constants and anomalies of ground as well as a few low-lying excited states of 113,115,117In iii are studied with highly correl … - Resolving multiple peaks using a sub-transit-linewidth cross-correlation resonance

Author(s): Pengxiong Li, Lei Feng, and Yanhong XiaoIn a recent paper [L. Feng et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 233006 (2012)], we demonstrated a sub-transit-linewidth resonance based on cross correlation … - Erratum: Revisiting the displacement operator for quantum systems with position-dependent mass [Phys. Rev. A 85, 034102 (2012)]

Author(s): S. Habib Mazharimousavi[Phys. Rev. A 89, 049904] Published Tue Apr 22, 2014 - Electronic Schrödinger equation with nonclassical nuclei

Author(s): Yasumitsu Suzuki, Ali Abedi, Neepa T. Maitra, Koichi Yamashita, and E. K. U. GrossWe present a rigorous reformulation of the quantum mechanical equations of motion for the coupled system of … - Localization of relativistic particles and uncertainty relations

Author(s): Daniel R. TernoLocalization of relativistic particles and their position-momentum uncertainty relations are not yet fully understood. We discuss two schemes of photon localization that are … - One-dimensional quantum walks with single-point phase defects

Author(s): Rong Zhang, Peng Xue, and Jason TwamleyWe observe the localization effect of one-dimensional quantum walks with single-point phase defects. The walker's spread velocity is dramatically … - Real-time observation of dynamics in rotational molecular wave packets by use of air-laser spectroscopy

Author(s): Bin Zeng, Wei Chu, Guihua Li, Jinping Yao, Haisu Zhang, Jielei Ni, Chenrui Jing, Hongqiang Xie, and Ya ChengMolecular rotational spectroscopy based on a strong-field-ionization-induced nitr … - Strongly enhanced atomic parity violation due to close levels of opposite parity

Author(s): B. M. Roberts, V. A. Dzuba, and V. V. FlambaumWe present calculations of nuclear-spin-dependent and nuclear-spin-independent parity-violating amplitudes in Ba, Ra, Ac+, Th, and Pa. Parity n … - Slow and velocity-tunable beams of metastable He2 by multistage Zeeman deceleration

Author(s): Michael Motsch, Paul Jansen, Josef A. Agner, Hansjürg Schmutz, and Frédéric MerktWe report on the use of multistage Zeeman deceleration to generate beams of He2 molecules in the metastable … - Invariance of quantum optimal control fields to experimental parameters

Author(s): Emanuel F. de Lima, Tak-San Ho, and Herschel RabitzWe consider an ensemble of closed finite-level systems described by a density matrix where the goal is to find an optimal control field to … - Recoil-ion-momentum spectrum for few-photon double ionization of helium

Author(s): Wei-Chao Jiang, Yao Tong, Qihuang Gong, and Liang-You PengWe provide an efficient and accurate numerical method to deduce the recoil-ion-momentum spectrum of He from the two-electron moment … - Hydrogen and fluorine migration in photo-double-ionization of 1,1-difluoroethylene (1,1-C2H2F2) near and above threshold

Author(s): B. Gaire, I. Bocharova, F. P. Sturm, N. Gehrken, J. Rist, H. Sann, M. Kunitski, J. Williams, M. S. Schöffler, T. Jahnke, B. Berry, M. Zohrabi, M. Keiling, A. Moradmand, A. L. Landers, A. Be … - Fidelity susceptibility and topological phase transition of a two-dimensional spin-orbit-coupled Fermi superfluid

Author(s): Xuebing Luo, Kezhao Zhou, Wuming Liu, Zhaoxin Liang, and Zhidong ZhangWe investigate the fidelity susceptibility (FS) of a two-dimensional spin-orbit-coupled (SOC) Fermi superfluid and the … - Exploring vortex dynamics in the presence of dissipation: Analytical and numerical results

Author(s): D. Yan, R. Carretero-González, D. J. Frantzeskakis, P. G. Kevrekidis, N. P. Proukakis, and D. SpirnIn this paper, we examine the dynamical properties of vortices in atomic Bose-Einstein con … - Spin measurements and control of cold atoms using spin-orbit fields

Author(s): D. Sokolovski and E. Ya. ShermanWe show that by switching on a spin-orbit interaction in a cold-atom system, experiencing a Zeeman-like coupling to an external field, e.g., in a Bose-Einste … - Optimal photon antibunching in a quantum-dot–bimodal-cavity system

Author(s): Wen Zhang (张文), Zhongyuan Yu (俞重远), Yumin Liu (刘玉敏), and Yiwei Peng (彭益炜)We theoretically investigate the photon statistics in a cavity quantum electrodynamics system of a single quantum do … - Coherent and incoherent multiple scattering

Author(s): Julien Chabé, Mohamed-Taha Rouabah, Louis Bellando, Tom Bienaimé, Nicola Piovella, Romain Bachelard, and Robin KaiserWe compare two different models of transport of light in a disordered sy … - Supercontinuum generation in water by intense, femtosecond laser pulses under anomalous chromatic dispersion

Author(s): Parinda Vasa, Jayashree A. Dharmadhikari, Aditya K. Dharmadhikari, Rahul Sharma, Mamraj Singh, and Deepak MathurWe report efficient generation of a broadband supercontinuum (SC) in water up … - Triple-server blind quantum computation using entanglement swapping

Author(s): Qin Li, Wai Hong Chan, Chunhui Wu, and Zhonghua WenBlind quantum computation allows a client who does not have enough quantum resources or technologies to achieve quantum computation on a r … - Unified approach to contextuality, nonlocality, and temporal correlations

Author(s): M. Markiewicz, P. Kurzyński, J. Thompson, S.-Y. Lee, A. Soeda, T. Paterek, and D. KaszlikowskiWe highlight the existence of a joint probability distribution as the common underpinning assum … - Optimal extraction of information from two spins

Author(s): Lina Chang, Nan Li, Shunlong Luo, and Hongting SongWe revisit the issue of extracting information from parallel and antiparallel spins, as initiated by Gisin and Popescu [Phys. Rev. Lett. 8 ... - Orthogonalization of partly unknown quantum states

Author(s): M. Ježek, M. Mičuda, I. Straka, M. Miková, M. Dušek, and J. FiurášekA quantum analog of the fundamental classical not gate is a quantum gate that would transform any input qubit state onto ... - Scalar static polarizabilities of lanthanides and actinides

Author(s): V. A. Dzuba, A. Kozlov, and V. V. FlambaumWe calculate scalar static polarizabilities for lanthanides and actinides, the atoms with open 4f or 5f subshells. We show that polarizabilities of ... - Nonlinear theory of laser-induced dipolar interactions in arbitrary geometry

Author(s): Ephraim Shahmoon and Gershon KurizkiPolarizable dipoles, such as atoms, molecules, or nanoparticles, subject to laser radiation may attract or repel each other. We derive a general formalis ... - Structure, dynamics, and light localization in self-induced plasma photonic lattices

Author(s): Rotem Kupfer, Boris D. Barmashenko, and Ilana BarDetailed two-dimensional particle-in-cell (PIC) simulations and numerical calculations of electron density profiles, based on a simplified m ... - Collective interactions in an array of atoms coupled to a nanophotonic waveguide

Author(s): Hashem ZoubiA lattice of trapped atoms strongly coupled to a one-dimensional nanophotonic waveguide is investigated in exploiting polaritons as natural collective eigenstates. We derive pol ... - Quantum Hamiltonian learning using imperfect quantum resources

Author(s): Nathan Wiebe, Christopher Granade, Christopher Ferrie, and David CoryIdentifying an accurate model for the dynamics of a quantum system is a vexing problem that underlies a range of problem ... - Efficient synthesis of quantum gates on indirectly coupled spins

Author(s): Haidong Yuan, Daxiu Wei, Yajuan Zhang, Steffen Glaser, and Navin KhanejaExperiments in coherent nuclear and electron magnetic resonance and quantum computing in general correspond to contro ... - Efficient demagnetization cooling of atoms and its limits

Author(s): Valentin V. Volchkov, Jahn Rührig, Tilman Pfau, and Axel GriesmaierDemagnetization cooling relies on spin-orbit coupling that brings motional and spin degrees of freedom into thermal equili ... - Photo-double-ionization of He-like and Be-like systems in excited states within an intermediate-energy R-matrix framework

Author(s): M. W. McIntyre and M. P. ScottIn this article we apply the intermediate-energy R-matrix method to photo-double-ionization of the metastable 1s2s1,3Se and 1s2p1,3Po states of He, O6+, and Ne ... - Ferromagnetism in a two-component Bose-Hubbard model with synthetic spin-orbit coupling

Author(s): Jize Zhao, Shijie Hu, Jun Chang, Ping Zhang, and Xiaoqun WangWe study the effect of the synthetic spin-orbit coupling in a two-component Bose-Hubbard model in one dimension by employing the ... - Fast light in unbalanced low-loss Mach-Zehnder interferometers

Author(s): Aida Sánchez-Meroño, María del Mar Sánchez-López, and Julia AriasAn analytical approach is reported that describes previously observed fast-light regimes in linear and passive Mach-Zehnder ... - Quantum state engineering by click counting

Author(s): J. Sperling, W. Vogel, and G. S. AgarwalWe derive an analytical description for quantum state preparation using systems of on-off detectors. Our method will apply the true click statistics ... - Monte Carlo simulations of the unitary Bose gas

Author(s): Maurizio Rossi, Luca Salasnich, Francesco Ancilotto, and Flavio ToigoWe investigate the zero-temperature properties of a diluted homogeneous Bose gas made of N particles interacting via a t ... - Bell inequalities with communication assistance

Author(s): Katherine Maxwell and Eric ChitambarIn this paper, we consider the possible correlations between two parties using local machines and shared randomness with an additional amount of classica ... - Generalized Pauli conditions on the spectra of one-electron reduced density matrices of atoms and molecules

Author(s): Romit Chakraborty and David A. MazziottiThe Pauli exclusion principle requires the spectrum of the occupation numbers of the one-electron reduced density matrix (1-RDM) to be bounded by one … - Highly excited Rydberg states of a rubidium atom: Theory versus experiments

Author(s): M. Pawlak, N. Moiseyev, and H. R. SadeghpourThere has been increasing interest in the energy spectrum of highly excited Rydberg states. The energy spectra of the s, p, and d highly excited … - Interference of electron wave packets in atomic ionization by subcycle sculpted laser pulses

Author(s): Diego G. Arbó, Stefan Nagele, Xiao-Min Tong, Xinhua Xie, Markus Kitzler, and Joachim BurgdörferWe present a theoretical analysis of the atomic photoelectron emission spectra produced by a l … - Controlling the 2p hole alignment in neon via the 2s-3p Fano resonance

Author(s): Elisabeth Heinrich-Josties, Stefan Pabst, and Robin SantraWe study the state-resolved production of neon ion after resonant photoionization of Ne via the 2s-3p Fano resonance. We find that … - Momentum transfers in correlation-assisted tunneling

Author(s): Emilio Pisanty and Misha IvanovWe consider correlation-assisted tunnel ionization of a small molecule by an intense low-frequency laser pulse. In this mechanism, the departing electron exci … - Modal representation of spatial coherence in dissipative and resonant photonic systems

Author(s): C. Sauvan, J. P. Hugonin, R. Carminati, and P. LalanneWe provide a self-consistent electromagnetic theory of the link between spatial coherence and optical resonances in three-dimensional o … - Atomic form factor for twisted vortex photons interacting with atoms

Author(s): Pierson Guthrey, Lev Kaplan, and J. H. McGuireThe relatively new atomic form factor for twisted (vortex) beams, which carry orbital angular momentum (OAM), is considered and compared to the … - Microwave control of the interaction between two optical photons

Author(s): D. Maxwell, D. J. Szwer, D. Paredes-Barato, H. Busche, J. D. Pritchard, A. Gauguet, M. P. A. Jones, and C. S. AdamsA microwave field is used to control the interaction between pairs of opti … - Effect of nuclear mass on carrier-envelope-phase-controlled electron localization in dissociating molecules

Author(s): Han Xu, Tian-Yu Xu, Feng He, D. Kielpinski, R. T. Sang, and I. V. LitvinyukWe explore the effect of nuclear mass on the laser-driven electron localization process. We dissociate a mixed H2 … - Zeeman shift of an electron trapped near a surface

Author(s): Robert Bennett and Claudia EberleinBoundary-dependent corrections to the spin energy eigenvalues of an electron in a weak magnetic field and confined by a harmonic trapping potential are in … - Scattering of near-zero-energy electrons and positrons by H2

Author(s): J.-Y. Zhang, Y.-J. Yang, Y. Qian, Z.-C. Yan, and U. SchwingenschlöglThe parameters for S-wave elastic scattering of near-zero-energy electrons and positrons by H2 molecules are calculated u … - Coherent contribution of consecutive electron rescatterings in the extreme ultraviolet supercontinuum

Author(s): M. Dashcasan and E. BaratiIn this article, coherent contributions of high-order quantum paths are proposed to generate a highly efficient and fine appearance attosecond pulse. We show how t … - Multiatom entanglement in cold Rydberg mixtures

Author(s): Daniel Cano and József FortághWe present an efficient method for generating maximum entanglement in one-dimensional atomic lattices. The proposed method relies on adiabatic rapid transfer i … - Theory of SU(N) Fermi liquids

Author(s): S.-K. Yip, Bor-Luen Huang, and Jung-Shen KaoWe generalize the Fermi-liquid theory to N component systems with SU(N) symmetry. We evaluate the Fermi-liquid parameters, effective mass, compre … - Generation of multimode squeeze operators and multipartite entangled states for continuous variables

Author(s): Hong SunA scheme is presented for generating unitarily multimode field squeezing, cluster entanglement, and Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger (GHZ) entanglement via cavity quantum electrodynamics … - Super-resolving single-photon number-path-entangled state and its generation

Author(s): Wei Feng, Kebei Jiang, Michelle L.-J. Lollie, M. Suhail Zubairy, and Jonathan P. DowlingIn this paper, we propose two protocols for generating super-resolving single-photon (SRSP) number-pa … - Publisher's Note: Induced effects of the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction on the thermal entanglement in spin-1/2 Heisenberg chains [Phys. Rev. A 89, 042306 (2014)]

Author(s): E. Mehran, S. Mahdavifar, and R. Jafari[Phys. Rev. A 89, 049903] Published Tue Apr 15, 2014 - Observation of Rb two-photon absorption directly excited by an erbium-fiber-laser-based optical frequency comb via spectral control

Author(s): Jiutao Wu, Dong Hou, Zhengyu Qin, Zhigang Zhang, and Jianye ZhaoWe present the observation of the Rb two-photon spectrum directly excited by an Er:fiber laser comb in a hot atomic vapor sys … - Momentum relaxation of a mobile impurity in a one-dimensional quantum gas

Author(s): E. Burovski, V. Cheianov, O. Gamayun, and O. LychkovskiyWe investigate the time evolution of the momentum of an impurity atom injected into a degenerate Tonks-Girardeau gas. We establish th … - Instantaneous rest-frame transformation method for temporally induced pair creation

Author(s): Q. Z. Lv, A. Vikartofsky, S. Norris, Y. J. Li, R. Wagner, Q. Su, and R. GrobeWe introduce a computational method to determine the rate of the electron-positron pair creation triggered by a … - Detecting nonlocality of noisy multipartite states with the Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt inequality

Author(s): Rafael Chaves, Antonio Acín, Leandro Aolita, and Daniel CavalcantiThe Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt inequality was originally proposed as a Bell inequality to detect nonlocality in bipartite s … - Fusing multiple W states simultaneously with a Fredkin gate

Author(s): Fatih Ozaydin, Sinan Bugu, Can Yesilyurt, Azmi Ali Altintas, Mark Tame, and Şahin Kaya ÖzdemirWe propose an optical scheme to prepare large-scale entangled networks of W states. The scheme … - Dynamics of entanglement between two harmonic modes in stable and unstable regimes

Author(s): L. Rebón, N. Canosa, and R. RossignoliThe exact dynamics of the entanglement between two harmonic modes generated by an angular momentum coupling is examined. Such a system arises when cons … - Hamiltonian engineering via invariants and dynamical algebra

Author(s): E. Torrontegui, S. Martínez-Garaot, and J. G. MugaWe use the dynamical algebra of a quantum system and its dynamical invariants to inverse engineer feasible Hamiltonians for implementing sh … - Theory of time-resolved nonresonant x-ray scattering for imaging ultrafast coherent electron motion

Author(s): Gopal Dixit, Jan Malte Slowik, and Robin SantraFuture ultrafast x-ray light sources might image ultrafast coherent electron motion in real space and in real time. For a rigorous understandi … - Molecular cooling via Sisyphus processes

Author(s): Daniel ComparatWe present a study of Sisyphus cooling of molecules: The scattering of a single photon removes a substantial amount of the molecular kinetic energy and an optical pumping ste … - Exactly solvable two-state quantum model for a pulse of hyperbolic-tangent shape

Author(s): Lachezar S. Simeonov and Nikolay V. VitanovWe present an analytically exactly solvable two-state quantum model, in which the coupling has a hyperbolic-tangent temporal shape and the frequen … - Fine structures in the spectrum of the open-boundary Heisenberg chain at large anisotropies

Author(s): Auditya Sharma and Masudul HaqueAt large anisotropies, the spectrum of the Heisenberg XXZ spin chain separates into “bands” with energies largely determined by the number of domain walls. T … - Self-trapping of a dipolar Bose-Einstein condensate in a double well

Author(s): S. K. AdhikariWe study the Josephson oscillation and self-trapping dynamics of a cigar-shaped dipolar Bose-Einstein condensate of 52Cr atoms polarized along the symmetry axis of an axially … - Regeneration of Airy pulses in fiber-optic links with dispersion management of the two leading dispersion terms of opposite signs

Author(s): R. Driben and T. MeierDispersion management of periodically alternating fiber sections with opposite signs of two leading dispersion terms is applied for the regeneration of self-accelerati … - From blockade to transparency: Controllable photon transmission through a circuit-QED system

Author(s): Yu-xi Liu, Xun-Wei Xu, Adam Miranowicz, and Franco NoriA strong photon-photon nonlinear interaction is a necessary condition for a photon blockade. Moreover, this nonlinearity can also resu … - Spectrum and entanglement of phonons in quantum fluids of light

Author(s): Xavier Busch, Iacopo Carusotto, and Renaud ParentaniWe study the quantum state of phonons propagating on top of a fluid of light coherently generated in a planar microcavity device by a qua … - Radial modal dependence of the azimuthal spectrum after parametric down-conversion

Author(s): Yingwen Zhang, Filippus S. Roux, Melanie McLaren, and Andrew ForbesThe radial degrees of freedom of the biphoton states that are produced in spontaneous parametric down-conversion (SPDC) in … - Generation of a coherent second-harmonic beam from incoherent conical beams

Author(s): P. Stanislovaitis, A. Narmontas, V. Pyragaite, and V. SmilgevičiusSecond-harmonic generation from incoherent conical beams is investigated. A theoretical description of an incoherent conica … - One-way propagation of light in Born-Infeld-like metamaterials

Author(s): Vitorio A. De Lorenci and Jonas P. PereiraWe propose and investigate a family of nonlinear metamaterials in which light rays propagate just in one direction—one-way propagation. Furthermore … - Entanglement classification of three fermions with up to nine single-particle states

Author(s): Gábor Sárosi and Péter LévayBased on results well known in the mathematics literature but not yet common knowledge in the physics literature, we conduct a study on three-fermionic systems w … - Optical cavity quantum electrodynamics with dark-state polaritons

Author(s): G. W. Lin, Jiangbin Gong, J. Yang, Y. H. Qi, X. M. Lin, Y. P. Niu, and S. Q. GongWe present a theoretical scheme to study optical cavity quantum electrodynamics using dark-state polaritons. … - Scaling laws for laser-induced filamentation

Author(s): P. A. Zhokhov and A. M. ZheltikovDespite all the complexity of the underlying nonlinear physics, the filamentation of ultrashort optical field wave forms is shown to obey a set of physicall … - Feedback-induced steady-state light bunching above the lasing threshold

Author(s): Franz Schulze, Benjamin Lingnau, Sven Moritz Hein, Alexander Carmele, Eckehard Schöll, Kathy Lüdge, and Andreas KnorrWe develop a full quantum-optical approach for optical self-feedback of … - Adiabatic quantum simulation with a segmented ion trap: Application to long-distance entanglement in quantum spin systems

Author(s): S. Zippilli, M. Johanning, S. M. Giampaolo, Ch. Wunderlich, and F. IlluminatiWe investigate theoretically systems of ions in segmented linear Paul traps for the quantum simulation of quantu … - Capacity of optical communication in loss and noise with general quantum Gaussian receivers

Author(s): Masahiro Takeoka and Saikat GuhaLaser-light (coherent-state) modulation is sufficient to achieve the ultimate (Holevo) capacity of classical communication over a lossy and noisy optical cha … - Field-induced orbital distortion in high-order-harmonic generation from aligned and oriented molecules within adiabatic strong-field approximation

Author(s): Maciej Dominik Śpiewanowski and Lars Bojer MadsenWe describe high-order-harmonic generation (HHG) within the adiabatic strong-field approximation (ASFA) where the ground state and its energ … - Dynamics of localized and patterned structures in the Lugiato-Lefever equation determine the stability and shape of optical frequency combs

Author(s): P. Parra-Rivas, D. Gomila, M. A. Matías, S. Coen, and L. GelensIt has been recently uncovered that coherent structures in microresonators such as cavity solitons and patterns are intimately … - Imaging of spatial correlations of two-photon states

Author(s): Ivan B. Bobrov, Dmitry A. Kalashnikov, and Leonid A. KrivitskyWe use a fiber-based double-slit Young interferometer for studying the far-field spatial distribution of the two-photon coincid … - Locality and thermalization in closed quantum systems

Author(s): J. Sirker, N. P. Konstantinidis, F. Andraschko, and N. SedlmayrWe derive a necessary and sufficient condition for the thermalization of a local observable in a closed quantum system which o … - Entangling power of disordered quantum walks

Author(s): Rafael Vieira, Edgard P. M. Amorim, and Gustavo RigolinWe investigate how the introduction of different types of disorder affects the generation of entanglement between the internal (spin) … - Level-spacing statistics and spectral correlations in diffuse van der Waals clusters

Author(s): S. K. Haldar, B. Chakrabarti, N. D. Chavda, T. K. Das, S. Canuto, and V. K. B. KotaWe present a statistical analysis of eigenenergies and discuss several measures of spectral fluctuations a … - Transient Cherenkov radiation from an inhomogeneous string excited by an ultrashort laser pulse at superluminal velocity

Author(s): R. M. Arkhipov, I. Babushkin, M. K. Lebedev, Yu. A. Tolmachev, and M. V. ArkhipovThe optical response of a one-dimensional string made of dipoles with a periodically varying density excited … - Reciprocal-space up-sampling from real-space oversampling in x-ray ptychography

Author(s): D. J. Batey, T. B. Edo, C. Rau, U. Wagner, Z. D. Pešić, T. A. Waigh, and J. M. RodenburgWe retrieve x-ray phase images from ptychographical data which, according to the conventional coheren … - Influence of losses on the wave-particle duality

Author(s): Ai-Ai Jia, Jie-Hui Huang, Tian-Cai Zhang, and Shi-Yao ZhuWe theoretically investigate the influence of losses on the wave-particle duality in a Mach-Zehnder interferometer. Balanced losses … - Induced effects of the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction on the thermal entanglement in spin-1/2 Heisenberg chains

Author(s): E. Mehran, S. Mahdavifar, and R. JafariThe nearest-neighbor spins in the one-dimensional spin-1/2 XX model with the added Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya (DM) interaction are entangled at zero temper … - Isolated line shapes of molecular oxygen: Requantized classical molecular dynamics calculations versus measurements

Author(s): J. Lamouroux, V. Sironneau, J. T. Hodges, and J.-M. HartmannWe present comparisons between measured isolated line shapes of molecular oxygen in air at various pressures and those calculated … - Scaling behavior of density fluctuations in an expanding quasi-two-dimensional degenerate Bose gas

Author(s): Sang Won Seo, Jae-yoon Choi, and Yong-il ShinWe measure the power spectrum of density fluctuations emerging in a freely expanding quasi-two-dimensional (2D) degenerate Bose gas, and we inve … - Measuring the parity of N distant atoms with linear optics

Author(s): Ya-Feng Liu, Xu-Bo Zou, and Guang-Can GuoIt is known that parity measurement, together with single-qubit rotation, is sufficient for implementing scalable quantum computation. In this Brief … - Raman quantum memory based on an ensemble of nitrogen-vacancy centers coupled to a microcavity

Author(s): Khabat Heshami, Charles Santori, Behzad Khanaliloo, Chris Healey, Victor M. Acosta, Paul E. Barclay, and Christoph SimonWe propose a scheme to realize optical quantum memories in an ensembl … - Transfer of different types of optical qubits over a lossy environment

Author(s): Hoyong Kim, Jinwoo Park, and Hyunseok JeongWe compare three different types of optical qubits for information transfer via quantum teleportation and direction transmission under photon loss …