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Author(s): Anna VershyninaWe present a criterion that determines whether a fermionic state is a convex combination of pure Gaussian states. This criterion is complete and characterizes the set of conv … - Fast multiqubit phase gate in circuit QED beyond the rotating-wave approximation

Author(s): Xin Liu, Guang-Yu Fang, Qing-Hong Liao, and Shu-Tian LiuWe propose a two-step approach to realize a multiqubit phase gate in circuit QED beyond the rotating-wave approximation. The multiqub … - Formation of deeply bound ultracold LiRb molecules via photoassociation near the Li 2S_{1/2}+Rb 5P_{3/2} asymptote

Author(s): John Lorenz, Adeel Altaf, Sourav Dutta, Yong P. Chen, and D. S. ElliottWe present spectra of ultracold 7Li85Rb molecules in their electronic ground state formed by spontaneous decay of weak … - Relativistic calculations of double K-shell-photoionization cross sections for neutral medium-Z atoms

Author(s): V. A. Yerokhin, A. Surzhykov, and S. FritzscheFully relativistic calculations are presented for the double K-shell photoionization cross section for several neutral medium-Z atoms, from mag … - Relaxation of superfluid turbulence in highly oblate Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Woo Jin Kwon, Geol Moon, Jae-yoon Choi, Sang Won Seo, and Yong-il ShinWe investigate thermal relaxation of superfluid turbulence in a highly oblate Bose-Einstein condensate. We generate tur … - Critical quasienergy states in driven many-body systems

Author(s): V. M. Bastidas, G. Engelhardt, P. Pérez-Fernández, M. Vogl, and T. BrandesWe discuss singularities in the spectrum of driven many-body spin systems. In contrast to undriven models, the driv … - Bose-Einstein condensation and density collapse in a weakly coupled boson-fermion mixture

Author(s): Kyoko Shirasaki, Eiji Nakano, and Hiroyuki YabuWe investigate the mechanical instability toward density collapse and the transition temperature of Bose-Einstein condensation (BEC) in the we … - Search for parity- and time-and-parity–violation effects in lead monofluoride (PbF): Ab initio molecular study

Author(s): L. V. Skripnikov, A. D. Kudashov, A. N. Petrov, and A. V. TitovThe relativistic coupled-clusters method combined with the generalized relativistic effective core potential approach and nonv … - Bell inequalities from group actions of single-generator groups

Author(s): V. Uğur Güney and Mark HilleryWe study a method of generating Bell inequalities by using group actions of single-generator Abelian groups. Two parties, Alice and Bob, each make one of M pos … - Macroscopicity of quantum superpositions on a one-parameter unitary path in Hilbert space

Author(s): T. J. Volkoff and K. B. WhaleyWe analyze quantum states formed as superpositions of an initial pure product state and its image under local unitary evolution, using two measurement-based me … - Optimal two-qubit tomography based on local and global measurements: Maximal robustness against errors as described by condition numbers

Author(s): Adam Miranowicz, Karol Bartkiewicz, Jan Peřina, Jr., Masato Koashi, Nobuyuki Imoto, and Franco NoriWe present an error analysis of various tomographic protocols based on the linear inversio … - Bloch-sphere colorings and Bell inequalities

Author(s): Adrian Kent and Damián Pitalúa-GarcíaWe consider the quantum and local hidden variable (LHV) correlations obtained by measuring a pair of qubits by projections defined by randomly chosen ax … - Entanglement-based continuous-variable quantum key distribution with multimode states and detectors

Author(s): Vladyslav C. Usenko, Laszlo Ruppert, and Radim FilipSecure quantum key distribution with multimode Gaussian entangled states and multimode homodyne detectors is proposed. In general the mul … - Entanglement of neutral-atom chains by spin-exchange Rydberg interaction

Author(s): Xiao-Feng Shi, F. Bariani, and T. A. B. KennedyConditions to achieve an unusually strong Rydberg spin-exchange interaction are investigated and proposed as a means to generate pairwise enta … - Feedback policies for measurement-based quantum state manipulation

Author(s): Shuangshuang Fu, Guodong Shi, Alexandre Proutiere, and Matthew R. JamesIn this paper, we propose feedback designs for manipulating a quantum state to a target state by performing sequential … - Hybrid Gaussian–discrete-variable representation for one- and two-active-electron continuum calculations in molecules

Author(s): F. L. Yip, C. W. McCurdy, and T. N. RescignoA combined basis of analytic Gaussian functions and grid-based finite element-discrete variable representation spherical harmonic expansion is sp … - Measurement of the branching fractions and lifetime of the 5D_{5/2} level of Ba^{+}

Author(s): Carolyn Auchter, Thomas W. Noel, Matthew R. Hoffman, Spencer R. Williams, and Boris B. BlinovWe present a measurement of the branching fractions for decay from the long-lived 5D5/2 level in … - Information-theoretical formulation of anyonic entanglement

Author(s): Kohtaro Kato, Fabian Furrer, and Mio MuraoAnyonic systems are modeled by topologically protected Hilbert spaces which obey complex superselection rules restricting possible operations. Thes … - Relativistic calculations of the isotope shifts in highly charged Li-like ions

Author(s): N. A. Zubova, Y. S. Kozhedub, V. M. Shabaev, I. I. Tupitsyn, A. V. Volotka, G. Plunien, C. Brandau, and Th. StöhlkerRelativistic calculations of the isotope shifts of energy levels in highl … - Correlation between multiple ionization and fragmentation of C_{2}H_{6} in charge-changing collisions with 580-keVC^{+}

Author(s): T. Majima, T. Murai, T. Kishimoto, Y. Adachi, S. O. Yoshida, H. Tsuchida, and A. ItohWe investigate correlations between multiple ionization and fragmentation processes of the ethane molecu … - Trajectory-based analysis of low-energy electrons and photocurrents generated in strong-field ionization

Author(s): Jinlei Liu, Wenbo Chen, Bin Zhang, Jing Zhao, Jianhua Wu, Jianmin Yuan, and Zengxiu ZhaoThe three-dimensional classical-trajectory Monte Carlo method is employed to investigate low-energy p … - Nonequilibrium states of a quenched Bose gas

Author(s): Ben Kain and Hong Y. LingYin and Radzihovsky [X. Yin and L. Radzihovsky, Phys. Rev. A 88, 063611 (2013)PLRAAN10.1103/PhysRevA.88.063611] recently developed a self-consistent extension of a … - Filtering of matter symmetry properties by circularly polarized nonlinear optics

Author(s): Julien Duboisset, Hervé Rigneault, and Sophie BrasseletWe propose a direct readout of symmetry information in matter using nonlinear optics. From combinations of circularly and longitudinal … - Light storage in a room-temperature atomic vapor based on coherent population oscillations

Author(s): M.-A. Maynard, F. Bretenaker, and F. GoldfarbWe report the experimental observation of coherent population oscillation (CPO-) based light storage in an atomic vapor cell at room temperature … - Landau-Zener transitions in a two-level system coupled to a finite-temperature harmonic oscillator

Author(s): S. AshhabWe consider the Landau-Zener problem for a two-level system (or qubit) when this system interacts with one harmonic oscillator mode that is initially set to a finite-temperature th … - Antibunching and unconventional photon blockade with Gaussian squeezed states

Author(s): Marc-Antoine Lemonde, Nicolas Didier, and Aashish A. ClerkPhoton antibunching is a quantum phenomenon typically observed in strongly nonlinear systems where photon blockade suppresses the p … - Stability of polarizable materials against superradiant phase transition

Author(s): Motoaki Bamba and Tetsuo OgawaThe possibility of the superradiant phase transition in polarizable materials described by the minimal-coupling Hamiltonian with the longitudinal dipole-dipole … - Quantum filtering of a thermal master equation with a purified reservoir

Author(s): Marco G. Genoni, Stefano Mancini, Howard M. Wiseman, and Alessio SerafiniWe consider a system subject to a quantum optical master equation at finite temperature and study a class of conditi … - Heisenberg uncertainty relation for three canonical observables

Author(s): Spiros Kechrimparis and Stefan WeigertUncertainty relations provide fundamental limits on what can be said about the properties of quantum systems. For a quantum particle, the commutation r … - Uncertainty relation for mutual information

Author(s): James Schneeloch, Curtis J. Broadbent, and John C. HowellWe postulate the existence of a universal uncertainty relation between the quantum and classical mutual informations between pairs o … - Entanglement of several blocks in fermionic chains

Author(s): Filiberto Ares, José G. Esteve, and Fernando FalcetoIn this paper we propose an expression for the entanglement entropy of several intervals in a stationary state of a free, translational i … - Steady entanglement in bosonic dissipative networks

Author(s): G. D. de Moraes Neto, W. Rosado, F. O. Prado, and M. H. Y. MoussaIn this paper we propose a scheme for the preparation of steady entanglements in bosonic dissipative networks. We describe i … - Entanglement properties of positive operators with ranges in completely entangled subspaces

Author(s): R. Sengupta, Arvind, and Ajit Iqbal SinghWe prove that the projection on a completely entangled subspace S of maximum dimension obtained by Parthasarathy [K. R. Parthasarathy, Proc. Indian ... - Noise analysis of single-mode Gaussian operations using continuous-variable cluster states

Author(s): Rafael N. Alexander, Seiji C. Armstrong, Ryuji Ukai, and Nicolas C. MenicucciWe consider measurement-based quantum computation that uses scalable continuous-variable cluster states with a o ... - Approximate forms of the pair-density-functional kinetic energy on the basis of a rigorous expression with coupling-constant integration

Author(s): Katsuhiko Higuchi and Masahiko HiguchiWe propose approximate kinetic energy (KE) functionals of the pair-density (PD)-functional theory on the basis of the rigorous expression with the coup ... - Differential cross sections for single ionization of Li in collisions with fast protons and O^{8+} ions

Author(s): L. Gulyás, S. Egri, and T. KirchnerWe study the process of single ionization of Li in collisions with H+ and O8+ projectile ions at 6-MeV and 1.5-MeV/amu impact energies, respectively. Usin ... - Bose-Einstein condensates with localized spin-orbit coupling: Soliton complexes and spinor dynamics

Author(s): Yaroslav V. Kartashov, Vladimir V. Konotop, and Dmitry A. ZezyulinSpin-orbit (SO) coupling can be introduced in a Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) as a gauge potential acting only in a locali ... - Quantum correlations and entanglement in far-from-equilibrium spin systems

Author(s): Kaden R. A. Hazzard, Mauritz van den Worm, Michael Foss-Feig, Salvatore R. Manmana, Emanuele G. Dalla Torre, Tilman Pfau, Michael Kastner, and Ana Maria ReyBy applying complementary analyti ... - Thermodynamic properties of Rashba spin-orbit-coupled Fermi gas

Author(s): Zhen Zheng, Han Pu, Xubo Zou, and Guangcan GuoWe investigate the thermodynamic properties of a superfluid Fermi gas subject to Rashba spin-orbit coupling and effective Zeeman field. We adop ... - Measurement of collective excitations in a spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): M. A. Khamehchi, Yongping Zhang, Chris Hamner, Thomas Busch, and Peter EngelsWe measure the collective excitation spectrum of a spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensate using Bragg spect ... - Self-consistent Hartree-Fock approach for interacting bosons in optical lattices

Author(s): Qin-Qin Lü, Kelly R. Patton, and Daniel E. SheehyA theoretical study of interacting bosons in a periodic optical lattice is presented. Instead of the commonly used tight-binding approach (a ... - Propagation of nanofiber-guided light through an array of atoms

Author(s): Fam Le Kien and A. RauschenbeutelWe study the propagation of nanofiber-guided light through an array of atomic cesium, taking into account the transitions between the hyperfine levels 6S1/2 ... - Performance predictions for a laser-intensified thermal beam for use in high-resolution focused-ion-beam instruments

Author(s): S. H. W. Wouters, G. ten Haaf, R. P. M. J. W. Notermans, N. Debernardi, P. H. A. Mutsaers, O. J. Luiten, and E. J. D. VredenbregtPhotoionization of a laser-cooled and compressed atomic beam ... - Quantum optical master equation for solid-state quantum emitters

Author(s): Ralf Betzholz, Juan Mauricio Torres, and Marc BienertA compact theoretical description for the dynamics of defect centers in crystals is provided in terms of a quantum optical master equati ... - Quantum correlations and nonclassicality in a system of two coupled vertical external cavity surface emitting lasers

Author(s): D. Mogilevtsev, D. B. Horoshko, Yu. M. Golubev, and M. I. KolobovHere we demonstrate that photocurrent noise reduction below the standard quantum limit and modal anticorrelation can arise i ... - Thermally induced creation of quantum coherence

Author(s): Radim Filip and Petr MarekWe describe and quantify the emergence of coherence between quantum systems that are initially at thermal equilibrium. We show that the coherence can be induced by ... - Bose-Hubbard model: Relation between driven-dissipative steady states and equilibrium quantum phases

Author(s): Alexandre Le Boité, Giuliano Orso, and Cristiano CiutiWe present analytical solutions for the mean-field master equation of the driven-dissipative Bose-Hubbard model for cavity photons, in ... - Cooperative effects and disorder: A scaling analysis of the spectrum of the effective atomic Hamiltonian

Author(s): L. Bellando, A. Gero, E. Akkermans, and R. KaiserWe study numerically the spectrum of the non-Hermitian effective Hamiltonian that describes the dipolar interaction of a gas of N≫1 atoms wi ... - Analytical model for polarization-dependent light propagation in waveguide arrays and applications

Author(s): S. Rojas-Rojas, L. Morales-Inostroza, U. Naether, G. B. Xavier, S. Nolte, A. Szameit, R. A. Vicencio, G. Lima, and A. DelgadoWe study the polarization properties of elliptical femtosecond-l ... - Quantum theory of angle and relative-phase measurement

Author(s): Scott Roger ShepardThe complementarity between time and energy, as well as between an angle and a component of angular momentum, is described at three different layers of understanding. The ... - X-ray emission produced in charge-exchange collisions between highly charged ions and argon: Role of the multiple electron capture

Author(s): S. Otranto, N. D. Cariatore, and R. E. OlsonIn this work we use the classical trajectory Monte Carlo method within an eight-electron scheme to theoretically study photonic spectra that foll ... - Effect of a vortex in the triply differential cross section for electron-impact K-shell ionization of carbon

Author(s): S. J. Ward and J. H. MacekVortices are an inherent property of the velocity fields of complex, time-dependent, Schrödinger wave functions ψ occurring where both the real and the imaginary p ... - Announcement: Increased Length Limit for Rapid Communications and Discontinuation of Brief Reports in Physical Review A

Author(s): [Phys. Rev. A 90, 060001] Published Thu Dec 11, 2014 - Kelvin probe force microscopy of metallic surfaces used in Casimir force measurements

Author(s): R. O. Behunin, D. A. R. Dalvit, R. S. Decca, C. Genet, I. W. Jung, A. Lambrecht, A. Liscio, D. López, S. Reynaud, G. Schnoering, G. Voisin, and Y. ZengKelvin probe force microscopy at norma … - Unitary evolution and the distinguishability of quantum states

Author(s): Sam Morley-Short, Lawrence Rosenfeld, and Pieter KokThe study of quantum systems evolving from initial states to distinguishable, orthogonal final states is important for information proces … - Deterministic entanglement of Rydberg ensembles by engineered dissipation

Author(s): D. D. Bhaktavatsala Rao and Klaus MølmerWe propose a scheme that employs dissipation to deterministically generate entanglement in an ensemble of strongly interacting Rydberg atoms. With a … - Low-distance surface codes under realistic quantum noise

Author(s): Yu Tomita and Krysta M. SvoreExperimental implementation of the surface code will be a significant milestone for quantum computing. We develop a circuit and a decoder targeted for near-term … - Exact results for models of multichannel quantum nonadiabatic transitions

Author(s): N. A. SinitsynWe consider nonadiabatic transitions in explicitly time-dependent systems with Hamiltonians of the form Ĥ(t)=Â+B̂t+Ĉ/t, where t is time and Â, B̂, Ĉ are Hermitian N×N mat … - Quantum beat spectroscopy: Stimulated emission probe of hyperfine quantum beats in the atomic Cs 8p^{2}P_{3/2} level

Author(s): S. B. Bayram, P. Arndt, O. I. Popov, C. Güney, W. P. Boyle, M. D. Havey, and J. McFarlandMeasurements of hyperfine polarization quantum beats are used to determine the magnetic dipole (A) a … - Relative phase control over tunneling ionization of H_{2}^{+} with a synthesized ω-2ω laser pulse

Author(s): Hongbin Yao, Wei Guo, Mark R. Hoffmann, and Keli HanWe demonstrate an efficient scheme for controlling the tunneling ionization of a H2+ molecular ion. Our scheme is based on the idea that … - Collisional trap losses of cold magnetically trapped Br atoms

Author(s): J. Lam, C. J. Rennick, and T. P. SoftleyNear-threshold photodissociation of Br2 from a supersonic beam produces slow bromine atoms that are trapped in the magnetic-field minimum formed betw … - Parameter estimation in memory-assisted noisy quantum interferometry

Author(s): P. Szańkowski, M. Trippenbach, and J. ChwedeńczukWe demonstrate that memory in an N-qubit system subjected to decoherence, is a potential resource for the slowdown of the entanglement decay … - Superfluidity and solid order in a two-component Bose gas with dipolar interactions in an optical lattice

Author(s): Yoshihito Kuno, Keita Suzuki, and Ikuo IchinoseIn this paper, we study an extended bosonic t-J model in an optical lattice, which describes two-component hard-core bosons with nearest-neigh … - Markovian evolution of strongly coupled harmonic oscillators

Author(s): Chaitanya Joshi, Patrik Öhberg, James D. Cresser, and Erika AnderssonWe investigate how to model Markovian evolution of coupled harmonic oscillators, each of them interacting with a local e … - Appearance of Gibbs states in quantum-state tomography

Author(s): Jochen RauI investigate the extent to which the description of quantum systems by Gibbs states can be justified purely on the basis of tomographic data, without recourse to theoretical conc … - Permutation-invariant quantum codes

Author(s): Yingkai OuyangA quantum code is a subspace of a Hilbert space of a physical system chosen to be correctable against a given class of errors, where information can be encoded. Ideally, the q … - Emulating quantum state transfer through a spin-1 chain on a one-dimensional lattice of superconducting qutrits

Author(s): Joydip GhoshSpin-1 systems, in comparison to spin-1/2 systems, offer a better security for encoding and transferring quantum information, primarily due to their larger Hilbert spaces. Super … - Creation and manipulation of bound states in the continuum with lasers: Applications to cold atoms and molecules

Author(s): Bimalendu Deb and G. S. AgarwalIt is possible to create and manipulate bound states in continuum in atom-atom cold collisions by lasers and a magnetic field, employing currently available t … - Ultrafast saturation of resonant optical processes

Author(s): Anil K. Patnaik, Sukesh Roy, and James R. GordA generalized formulation is presented for determining the saturation thresholds for optical processes excited by ultrafast pulses based on the … - Generation of entangled matter qubits in two opposing parabolic mirrors

Author(s): N. Trautmann, J. Z. Bernád, M. Sondermann, G. Alber, L. L. Sánchez-Soto, and G. LeuchsWe propose a scheme for the remote preparation of entangled matter qubits in free space. For this purpo … - Time-dependent generalized-active-space configuration-interaction approach to photoionization dynamics of atoms and molecules

Author(s): S. Bauch, L. K. Sørensen, and L. B. MadsenWe present a wave-function-based method to solve the time-dependent many-electron Schrödinger equation with special emphasis on strong-field ioniza … - Spectral backbone of excitation transport in ultracold Rydberg gases

Author(s): Torsten Scholak, Thomas Wellens, and Andreas BuchleitnerThe spectral structure underlying excitonic energy transfer in ultracold Rydberg gases is studied numerically, in the framework of ra … - Spin-asymmetric laser-driven relativistic tunneling from p states

Author(s): Michael Klaiber and Karen Z. HatsagortsyanThe tunneling ionization of an electron from a p state in a highly charged ion in the relativistic regime is investigated in a linearly polarized s … - Critical exponents for an impurity in a bosonic Josephson junction: Position measurement as a phase transition

Author(s): J. Mumford and D. H. J. O'DellA model of an atomic impurity immersed in a BEC trapped in a double-well potential is presented and the concept of fidelity susceptibility is used to calc … - Quantum walks of two interacting anyons in one-dimensional optical lattices

Author(s): Limin Wang, Li Wang, and Yunbo ZhangWe investigate continuous-time quantum walks of two indistinguishable anyons in one-dimensional lattices with both on-site and nearest-neighbor interacti … - Detection of weak forces based on noise-activated switching in bistable optomechanical systems

Author(s): Samuel Aldana, Christoph Bruder, and Andreas NunnenkampWe propose to use cavity optomechanical systems in the regime of optical bistability for the detection of weak harmonic forces. Due to … - Optimizing the signal-to-noise ratio in the measurement of photon pairs with detector arrays

Author(s): Eric Lantz, Paul-Antoine Moreau, and Fabrice DevauxTo evidence multimode spatial entanglement of spontaneous down-conversion, detector arrays allow a full-field measurement, without any a p … - Coherence properties of high-gain twin beams

Author(s): A. Allevi, O. Jedrkiewicz, E. Brambilla, A. Gatti, J. Peřina, Jr., O. Haderka, and M. BondaniTwin-beam coherence properties are analyzed in both spatial and spectral domains at high gain, i … - Multiple phase estimation for arbitrary pure states under white noise

Author(s): Yao Yao, Li Ge, Xing Xiao, Xiaoguang Wang, and C. P. SunIn any realistic quantum metrology scenarios, the ultimate precision in the estimation of parameters is limited not only by the so-ca … - Phase-noise limitations on single-photon cross-phase modulation with differing group velocities

Author(s): Justin Dove, Christopher Chudzicki, and Jeffrey H. ShapiroA continuous-time quantum theory for cross-phase modulation with differing group velocities has been presented and used to assess t … - Quantum key distribution with the single-photon-added coherent source

Author(s): Dong Wang, Mo Li, Feng Zhu, Zhen-Qiang Yin, Wei Chen, Zheng-Fu Han, Guang-Can Guo, and Qin WangIn this paper, we present schemes on implementing the single-photon-added coherent source in q … - Gaussian-only regenerative stations cannot act as quantum repeaters

Author(s): Ryo Namiki, Oleg Gittsovich, Saikat Guha, and Norbert LütkenhausHigher transmission loss diminishes the performance of optical communication—be it the rate at which classical or quantum dat … - Convergence of the Breit interaction in self-consistent and configuration-interaction approaches

Author(s): C. T. Chantler, T. V. B. Nguyen, J. A. Lowe, and I. P. GrantMuch discussion in relativistic atomic physics and quantum optics has related to the interaction of gauge and perturbation of the … - Behavior of relative state selective photoionization cross sections of RbBr molecules in the valence region

Author(s): A. Karpenko, D. Iablonskyi, S. Urpelainen, and H. AkselaThe photon energy dependence of relative photoionization cross sections in the valence ionization energy region of 5 to 45 eV for 4p … - Prediction of a weakly bound excited state of Efimov character in a ^{7}Li^{4}He_{2} system

Author(s): Meng-Shan Wu, Hui-Li Han, Cheng-Bin Li, and Ting-Yun ShiWe carry out calculations on the van der Waals trimer 7Li4He2 using the mapping method within the frame of hyperspherical coordinates … - Time-dependent calculations of transfer ionization by fast proton-helium collision in one-dimensional kinematics

Author(s): Vladislav V. Serov and A. S. KheifetsWe analyze a transfer ionization (TI) reaction in the fast proton-helium collision H++He→H0+He2++ e− by solving a time-dependent Schrödinger equation (T … - Theoretical and experimental (e,2e) study of electron-impact ionization of laser-aligned Mg atoms

Author(s): Sadek Amami, Andrew Murray, Al Stauffer, Kate Nixon, Gregory Armstrong, James Colgan, and Don MadisonWe have performed calculations of the fully differential cross sections for electron-imp … - Confinement-induced resonances in a cross-dimensional configuration

Author(s): Chen Zhang and Chris H. GreeneA lattice-induced opacity is identified in the scattering process of a normally incident matter wave colliding with a two dimensional lattice of atoms. This sy … - Calibration of the interaction energy between Bose and Fermi superfluids

Author(s): Ren Zhang, Wei Zhang, Hui Zhai, and Peng ZhangIn this paper we study the interaction energy in a mixture of Bose and Fermi superfluids realized in recent cold atom experiments. On the Bose- … - Medium effects and the shear viscosity of the dilute Fermi gas away from the conformal limit

Author(s): M. Bluhm and T. SchäferWe study the shear viscosity of a dilute Fermi gas as a function of the scattering length in the vicinity of the unitarity limit. The calculation is based on kinetic … - Phase-space manipulations of many-body wave functions

Author(s): G. Condon, A. Fortun, J. Billy, and D. Guéry-OdelinWe explore the manipulation in phase space of many-body wave functions that exhibit self-similar dynamics under the application of sudden … - Classical non-Gaussian state preparation through squeezing in an optoelectromechanical resonator

Author(s): M. Poot, K. Y. Fong, and H. X. TangWe demonstrate squeezing of a strongly interacting optoelectromechanical system using a parametric drive. By employing real-time feedback on the phase of … - Modified light-cone condition via vacuum polarization in a time-dependent field

Author(s): Huayu Hu and Jie HuangThe onset of unconventional vacuum properties in intense fields has long been an active field of research. In this paper the vacuum polarization effect is investigated … - High-energy e^{+}e^{−} photoproduction in the field of a heavy atom accompanied by bremsstrahlung

Author(s): P. A. Krachkov, R. N. Lee, and A. I. MilsteinHelicity amplitudes and the differential cross section of high-energy e+e− photoproduction accompanied by bremsstrahlung in the electric field o … - Invariance in quantum walks with time-dependent coin operators

Author(s): Miquel MonteroThis paper unveils some features of a discrete-time quantum walk on the line whose coin depends on the temporal variable. After considering the most general form of the unitar … - Usefulness of an enhanced Kitaev phase-estimation algorithm in quantum metrology and computation

Author(s): Tomasz Kaftal and Rafał Demkowicz-DobrzańskiWe analyze the performance of a generalized Kitaev's phase-estimation algorithm where N phase gates, acting on M qubits prepared in a produc … - Field-ionization threshold and its induced ionization-window phenomenon for Rydberg atoms in a short single-cycle pulse

Author(s): B. C. Yang and F. RobicheauxWe study the field-ionization threshold behavior when a Rydberg atom is ionized by a short single-cycle pulse field. Both hydrogen and sodium atoms are considere … - Forward- and backward-scattering quantum orbits in above-threshold ionization

Author(s): D. B. MiloševićHigh-order above-threshold ionization (ATI) is characterized by the rescattering of the ionized electron off the parent ion. The ATI amplitude can be calculated applying the … - Mean-field analog of the Hong-Ou-Mandel experiment with bright solitons

Author(s): Zhi-Yuan Sun, Panayotis G. Kevrekidis, and Peter KrügerIn the present work, we theoretically propose and numerically illustrate a mean-field analog of the Hong-Ou-Mandel experiment with bri … - Left-handed electromagnetic waves in materials with induced polarization and magnetization

Author(s): D. D. Yavuz and N. R. BrewerWe analyze the properties of electromagnetic waves inside materials with induced polarization and magnetization. We show that if the polarization and magnetizati …