- Structured x-ray beams from twisted electrons by inverse Compton scattering of laser light

Author(s): D. Seipt, A. Surzhykov, and S. FritzscheThe inverse Compton scattering of laser light on high-energetic twisted electrons is investigated with the aim to construct spatially structured x-ra … - Experimental implementation of an eight-dimensional Kochen-Specker set and observation of its connection with the Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger theorem

Author(s): Gustavo Cañas, Sebastián Etcheverry, Esteban S. Gómez, Carlos Saavedra, Guilherme B. Xavier, Gustavo Lima, and Adán CabelloFor eight-dimensional quantum systems there is a Kochen-Specker (K … - Limit distributions of three-state quantum walks: The role of coin eigenstates

Author(s): M. Štefaňák, I. Bezděková, and I. JexWe analyze two families of three-state quantum walks which show the localization effect. We focus on the role of the initial coin state and its coherenc … - Electron-impact scattering by arsine

Author(s): Jaspreet Kaur, Biplab Goswami, Dhanoj Gupta, and Bobby AntonyWe present elastic cross sections for electron interactions with arsine (AsH3) in gas phase over an extensive energy range from … - Ab initio and perturbative calculations of the electric susceptibility of atomic hydrogen

Author(s): Andrew Spott, Agnieszka Jaroń-Becker, and Andreas BeckerWe apply a numerical basis-state method to determine the electric susceptibility of atomic hydrogen via calculations of the terms of … - Disorder-induced charge-density-wave–superfluid transition in SU(N) Fermi systems

Author(s): Masaru Sakaida and Norio KawakamiWe investigate SU(N) attractive Fermi systems with disorder using a Bogoliubov-de Gennes method at zero temperature with particular focus on the SU(3) case. … - Tuning the quantum phase transition of bosons in optical lattices via periodic modulation of the s-wave scattering length

Author(s): Tao Wang (汪涛), Xue-Feng Zhang (张学锋), Francisco Ednilson Alves dos Santos, Sebastian Eggert, and Axel PelsterWe consider interacting bosons in a two-dimensional square and a three-dimensiona … - Influence of spin-dependent carrier dynamics on the properties of a dual-frequency vertical-external-cavity surface-emitting laser

Author(s): Syamsundar De, Vladyslav Potapchuk, and Fabien BretenakerThe properties of a dual-frequency vertical-external-cavity surface-emitting laser (VECSEL), in which two linear orthogonal polariza … - Spontaneous parity-time-symmetry breaking in moving media

Author(s): Mário G. SilveirinhaOptical instabilities in moving media are linked to a spontaneous parity-time-symmetry breaking of the system. It is shown that in general the time evolution of the elec … - Interference, recoil, and uncontrollable interaction

Author(s): Ole UlfbeckWhen the initial state in a collision involves indeterminate momenta, the conservation law for momentum no longer applies to the individual event with a sharpness beyond the inde … - Bounding polynomial entanglement measures for mixed states

Author(s): Samuel Rodriques, Nilanjana Datta, and Peter LoveWe generalize the notion of the best separable approximation (BSA) and best W-class approximation (BWA) to arbitrary pure-state entanglement … - High-fidelity error-resilient composite phase gates

Author(s): Boyan T. Torosov and Nikolay V. VitanovWe present a method to construct high-fidelity quantum phase gates, which are insensitive to errors in various experimental parameters. The phase gate … - Multiconfiguration Dirac-Hartree-Fock calculations of atomic electric dipole moments of Ra225, Hg199, and Yb171

Author(s): Laima Radžiūtė, Gediminas Gaigalas, Per Jönsson, and Jacek BierońThe multiconfiguration Dirac-Hartree-Fock method is employed to calculate atomic electric dipole moments in the ground state … - Analyzing Feshbach resonances: A Li6-Cs133 case study

Author(s): R. Pires, M. Repp, J. Ulmanis, E. D. Kuhnle, M. Weidemüller, T. G. Tiecke, Chris H. Greene, Brandon P. Ruzic, John L. Bohn, and E. TiemannA comprehensive comparison of a coupled-channel cal … - Strong-field atomic ionization in elliptically polarized laser fields

Author(s): ChuanLiang Wang, XuanYang Lai, ZiLong Hu, YongJu Chen, Wei Quan, HuiPeng Kang, Cheng Gong, and XiaoJun LiuWe experimentally investigate strong-field ionization of noble-gas atoms in ellipti … - Attosecond streaking of Cohen-Fano interferences in the photoionization of H2+

Author(s): Qi-Cheng Ning, Liang-You Peng, Shu-Na Song, Wei-Chao Jiang, Stefan Nagele, Renate Pazourek, Joachim Burgdörfer, and Qihuang GongWe present a numerical ab-initio simulation of the time delay … - Population trapping in bound states during IR-assisted ultrafast photoionization of Ne+

Author(s): H. W. van der Hart and R. MorganWe have investigated the photoionization of Ne+ in the combined field of a short infrared laser pulse and a delayed ultrashort pulse of the infrared laser … - Absorption of twisted light by hydrogenlike atoms

Author(s): H. M. Scholz-Marggraf, S. Fritzsche, V. G. Serbo, A. Afanasev, and A. SurzhykovTheoretical analysis of the excitation of low-Z hydrogenlike atoms by incident twisted light is presented. Emp … - Spin-superflow turbulence in spin-1 ferromagnetic spinor Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Kazuya Fujimoto and Makoto TsubotaSpin-superflow turbulence (SST) in spin-1 ferromagnetic spinor Bose-Einstein condensates is theoretically and numerically studied by using the spin-1 spino … - State diagram for continuous quasi-one-dimensional systems in optical lattices

Author(s): C. Carbonell-Coronado, F. De Soto, and M. C. GordilloWe studied the appearance of Mott insulator domains of hard sphere bosons on quasi-one-dimensional optical lattices when a harmonic trap … - Topological superfluid by blockade effects in a Rydberg-dressed Fermi gas

Author(s): Bo Xiong, H. H. Jen, and Daw-Wei WangWe systematically investigate the topological superfluidity of a Rydberg-dressed Fermi gas, where the soft-core effective interaction is of finite radiu … - Designing frequency-dependent relaxation rates and Lamb shifts for a giant artificial atom

Author(s): Anton Frisk Kockum, Per Delsing, and Göran JohanssonIn traditional quantum optics, where the interaction between atoms and light at optical frequencies is studied, the atoms can be approxim … - Preparing ground states and squeezed states of nanomechanical cantilevers by fast dissipation

Author(s): Xin Wang, Hong-rong Li, Peng-bo Li, Chen-wei Jiang, Hong Gao, and Fu-li LiWe propose a protocol that enables strong coupling between a flux qubit and the quantized motion of a magnetized na … - Multiphoton blockades in pulsed regimes beyond stationary limits

Author(s): G. H. Hovsepyan, A. R. Shahinyan, and G. Yu. KryuchkyanWe demonstrate multiphoton blockades (PB) in the pulsed regime by using a Kerr-nonlinear dissipative resonator driven by a sequence of … - Steady-state ab initio theory of lasers with injected signals

Author(s): Alexander Cerjan and A. Douglas StoneWe present an ab initio treatment of the steady-state of lasers with injected signals that describes a regime, valid for microlasers, in which the locki … - Asymmetry properties of pure quantum states

Author(s): Iman Marvian and Robert W. SpekkensThe asymmetry properties of a state relative to some symmetry group specify how and to what extent the given symmetry is broken by the state. Characterizi … - Necessary condition for local quantum operations and classical communication with extensive violation by separable operations

Author(s): Scott M. CohenWe give a conceptually simple necessary condition such that a separable quantum operation can be implemented by local operations on subsystems and classical communication betw … - Measurement-induced dynamics for spin-chain quantum communication and its application for optical lattices

Author(s): Sima Pouyandeh, Farhad Shahbazi, and Abolfazl BayatWe present a protocol for quantum state transfer and remote state preparation across spin chains which operate in their antiferromagnetic … - Average entanglement dynamics in open two-qubit systems with continuous monitoring

Author(s): Ivonne Guevara and Carlos ViviescasWe present a comprehensive implementation of the quantum trajectory theory for the description of the entanglement dynamics in a Markovian open quantum sy … - Using a biased quantum random walk as a quantum lumped element router

Author(s): Ayeni M. Babatunde, James Cresser, and Jason TwamleyQuantum random walks have received much attention for their intrinsic interest and many possible uses and have been experimentally demons … - High-precision nonadiabatic calculations of dynamic polarizabilities and hyperpolarizabilities for low-lying vibrational-rotational states of hydrogen molecular ions

Author(s): Li-Yan Tang, Zong-Chao Yan, Ting-Yun Shi, and James F. BabbThe static and dynamic electric multipolar polarizabilities and second hyperpolarizabilities of the H2+, D2+, and HD+ molecular io … - Nonadiabatic quantum molecular dynamics with hopping. I. General formalism and case study

Author(s): M. Fischer, J. Handt, and R. SchmidtAn extension of the nonadiabatic quantum molecular dynamics approach is presented to account for electron-nuclear correlations in the dynamics of atomic … - Nonadiabatic quantum molecular dynamics with hopping. II. Role of nuclear quantum effects in atomic collisions

Author(s): M. Fischer, J. Handt, and R. SchmidtThe role of electron-nuclear correlations, i.e., quantum effects in the nuclear motion in atomic collisions with complex targets, is discussed using the … - Nonadiabatic quantum molecular dynamics with hopping. III. Photoinduced excitation and relaxation of organic molecules

Author(s): M. Fischer, J. Handt, and R. SchmidtPhotoinduced excitation and relaxation of organic molecules (C2H4 and CH2NH2+) are investigated by means of nonadiabatic quantum molecular dynamics with … - Geometric tailoring of plasmonic nanotips for atom traps

Author(s): J. Mihaljevic, S. Slama, R. Röpke, and A. J. MeixnerWe theoretically analyzed a scheme for optical trapping of neutral atoms by plasmonic nanotips. An analytic quasistatic model was develop … - Ground state of a homogeneous Bose gas of hard spheres

Author(s): V. I. Yukalov and E. P. YukalovaThe ground state of a homogeneous Bose gas of hard spheres is treated in self-consistent mean-field theory. It is shown that this approach provides an accura … - Self-localized state and solitons in a Bose-Einstein-condensate–impurity mixture at finite temperature

Author(s): Abdelâali BoudjemâaWe study the properties of a Bose-Einstein-condensate (BEC)–impurity mixture at finite temperature employing the time-dependent Hartree-Fock Bogoliubov (TDHFB) theory whi … - Indirect driving of a cavity-QED system and its induced nonlinearity

Author(s): Yusuf Turek, L. P. Yang, W. Maimaiti, Yong Li, and C. P. SunThe linear driving for a single-mode optical field in a cavity can result from the external driving of a classical field even whe … - Angular and polarization analysis for two-photon decay of 2s hyperfine states of hydrogenlike uranium

Author(s): L. Safari, P. Amaro, J. P. Santos, and F. FratiniThe amplitude of two-photon transitions between hyperfine states in hydrogenlike ions is derived based on the relativistic Dirac equation an … - Quantum process tomography of a Mølmer-Sørensen interaction

Author(s): Nir Navon, Nitzan Akerman, Shlomi Kotler, Yinnon Glickman, and Roee OzeriWe present a simple tomographic protocol, for two-qubit systems, that relies on a single discriminatory transition a … - Quantum state estimation with informationally overcomplete measurements

Author(s): Huangjun ZhuWe study informationally overcomplete measurements for quantum state estimation so as to clarify their tomographic significance as compared with minimal informationally complete … - Wigner time delay for tunneling ionization via the electron propagator

Author(s): Enderalp Yakaboylu, Michael Klaiber, and Karen Z. HatsagortsyanRecent attoclock experiments using the attosecond angular streaking technique enabled the measurement of the tunneling time de … - Tripartite separability conditions exponentially violated by Gaussian states

Author(s): E. Shchukin and P. van LoockStarting with a set of conditions for bipartite separability of arbitrary quantum states in any dimension and expressed in terms of arbitrary operators whose com … - Multiphoton resonances for all-optical quantum logic with multiple cavities

Author(s): Mark S. Everitt and Barry M. GarrawayWe develop a theory for the interaction of multilevel atoms with multimode cavities yielding cavity-enhanced multiphoton resonances. The locations of th … - Controlling matter waves in momentum space

Author(s): De-Hone LinThe transformation design method of momentum for matter waves in a harmonic trap is proposed. As applications, we design (1) a momentum invisibility cloak to control the distribu … - Interference in Floquet-Volkov transitions

Author(s): Sang Tae ParkFloquet states are signatured by pseudoeigenvalues which are discretely separated by the photon energy. Similarly, the laser-assisted photoemission effect (LAPE) induces electr … - Control of spin current in a Bose gas by periodic application of π pulses

Author(s): Yujiro Eto, Mark Sadgrove, Sho Hasegawa, Hiroki Saito, and Takuya HiranoWe generate spin currents in an Rb87 spin-2 Bose-Einstein condensate by application of a magnetic field gradient. The … - Resonant-state expansion applied to three-dimensional open optical systems

Author(s): M. B. Doost, W. Langbein, and E. A. MuljarovThe resonant-state expansion (RSE), a rigorous perturbative method in electrodynamics, is developed for three-dimensional open optical systems. R … - Polarization-dependent continuous change in the propagation direction of Dirac-cone modes in photonic-crystal slabs

Author(s): Kazuaki SakodaWe show that the propagation direction of the Dirac-cone modes of photonic-crystal slabs can be continuously controlled by the polarization of the incident wave. This property … - Optimal measurements for tests of Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen steering with no detection loophole using two-qubit Werner states

Author(s): D. A. Evans and H. M. WisemanIt has been shown in earlier works that the vertices of Platonic solids are good measurement choices for tests of Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR)-steering using i … - E1 parity-nonconserving transition amplitudes of the hyperfine components for 2S1/2-2D3/2 transitions of 137Ba+ and 87Sr+

Author(s): Narendra Nath Dutta and Sonjoy MajumderIn this paper, we have calculated parity nonconserving electric dipole amplitudes of the hyperfine components for the transitions between the ground a … - Two-photon E1-M1 optical clock

Author(s): E. A. Alden, K. R. Moore, and A. E. LeanhardtNeutral mercury is proposed to be an ideal atomic system for an optical clock based on two-photon E1-M1 transitions.[Phys. Rev. A 90, 012523] Pu … - Alignment-assisted field-free orientation of rotationally cold CO molecules

Author(s): Xiaoming Ren, Varun Makhija, Hui Li, Matthias F. Kling, and Vinod KumarappanWe follow the alignment-assisted orientation technique proposed by Zhang et al. [Phys. Rev. A 83, 043410 (2011)PL ... - Damping of quasiparticles in a Bose-Einstein condensate coupled to an optical cavity

Author(s): G. Kónya, G. Szirmai, and P. DomokosWe present a general theory for calculating the damping rate of elementary density-wave excitations in a Bose-Einstein condensate strongly coupled to a s ... - Bose-Einstein condensation and Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless transition in the two-dimensional nonlinear Schrödinger model

Author(s): Sergey Nazarenko, Miguel Onorato, and Davide PromentWe analyze the Bose-Einstein condensation process and the Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless phase transition within the nonlinear Schröding ... - Quantum phases of attractive bosons on a Bose-Hubbard ladder with three-body constraint

Author(s): Manpreet Singh, Tapan Mishra, Ramesh V. Pai, and B. P. DasWe obtain the complete quantum phase diagram of bosons on a two-leg ladder in the presence of attractive onsite and repulsive inter ... - Non-Markovianity of a quantum emitter in front of a mirror

Author(s): Tommaso Tufarelli, M. S. Kim, and Francesco CiccarelloWe consider a quantum emitter (“atom”) radiating in a one-dimensional photonic waveguide in the presence of a single mirror, resulting ... - Tripartite counterfactual quantum cryptography

Author(s): Hatim SalihWe show how two distrustful parties, “Bob” and “Charlie,” can share a secret key with the help of a mutually trusted “Alice” counterfactually; that is, with no information-carryi ... - High-order Foldy-Wouthuysen transformations of the Dirac and Dirac-Pauli Hamiltonians in the weak-field limit

Author(s): Tsung-Wei Chen and Dah-Wei ChiouThe low-energy and weak-field limit of the Dirac equation can be obtained by an order-by-order block diagonalization approach to any desired order in the par ... - Nonlinearity-induced entanglement stability in a qubit-oscillator system

Author(s): Víctor Montenegro, Alessandro Ferraro, and Sougato BoseWe consider a system composed of a qubit interacting with a quartic (undriven) nonlinear oscillator (NLO) through a conditional displa ... - Classical distinguishability as an operational measure of polarization

Author(s): G. Björk, H. de Guise, A. B. Klimov, P. de la Hoz, and L. L. Sánchez-SotoWe put forward an operational degree of polarization that can be extended in a natural way to fields whose wave fron ... - Nonlocal and quantum-tunneling contributions to harmonic generation in nanostructures: Electron-cloud-screening effects

Author(s): Michael Scalora, Maria Antonietta Vincenti, Domenico de Ceglia, and Joseph W. HausOur theoretical examination of second- and third-harmonic generation from metal-based nanostructures predic ... - Effects of detector size and position on a test of Born's rule using a three-slit experiment

Author(s): Etienne Gagnon, Christopher D. Brown, and Amy L. LytleRecent high-precision measurements in a three-slit diffraction experiment [Sinha et al., Science 329, 418 (2010)SCIEAS10.1126/science.1 ... - On-demand generation of propagation-invariant photons with orbital angular momentum

Author(s): Y. Jerónimo-Moreno and R. JáureguiWe study the generation of propagation invariant photons with orbital angular momentum by spontaneous parametric down conversion (SPDC) using a Bessel-Gaus ... - Experimental observation of front propagation in a negatively diffractive inhomogeneous Kerr cavity

Author(s): V. Odent, M. Tlidi, M. G. Clerc, P. Glorieux, and E. LouvergneauxA driven Fabry-Perot cavity with Kerr nonlinearity shows stable localized structures in a region far from modulational insta ... - Entropic uncertainty from effective anticommutators

Author(s): Jędrzej Kaniewski, Marco Tomamichel, and Stephanie WehnerWe investigate entropic uncertainty relations for two or more binary measurements, for example, spin-12 or polarization measurements ... - Electron capture in collisions of Si3+ ions with atomic hydrogen from low to intermediate energies

Author(s): C. H. Liu, L. Liu, and J. G. WangThe electron capture process for the Si3+(3s) + H(1s) collisions is investigated by the quantum-mechanical molecular orbital close-coupling (MOCC) method an ... - Evolution of the transverse photoelectron-momentum distribution for atomic ionization driven by a laser pulse with varying ellipticity

Author(s): I. A. IvanovWe consider the process of atomic ionization driven by a laser pulse with varying ellipticity. We study the distribution of the momenta of the photoelectrons, ionized by a stron ... - Impact of self-steepening on incoherent dispersive spectral shocks and collapselike spectral singularities

Author(s): Gang Xu, Josselin Garnier, Stefano Trillo, and Antonio PicozziIncoherent dispersive shock waves and collapselike singularities have been recently predicted to occur in the spectral evolutio ... - Detecting noncommutative phase space by the Aharonov-Bohm effect

Author(s): Shi-Dong Liang, Haoqi Li, and Guang-Yao HuangNoncommutative phase space plays an essential role in particle physics and quantum gravity at the Planck scale. However, direct experimental evi ... - Raman cooling imaging: Detecting single atoms near their ground state of motion

Author(s): B. J. Lester, A. M. Kaufman, and C. A. RegalA new technique employing Raman sideband cooling is used to detect and cool single atoms trapped in optical tweezers which may have a significant ... - Broadband Doppler-limited two-photon and stepwise excitation spectroscopy with laser frequency combs

Author(s): Arthur Hipke, Samuel A. Meek, Takuro Ideguchi, Theodor W. Hänsch, and Nathalie PicquéMultiplex two-photon excitation spectroscopy is demonstrated at Doppler-limited resolution. We describe ... - Entanglement measures in ion-trap quantum simulators without full tomography

Author(s): J. S. Pedernales, R. Di Candia, P. Schindler, T. Monz, M. Hennrich, J. Casanova, and E. SolanoWe propose a quantum algorithm in an embedding ion-trap quantum simulator for the efficient com ... - Universal quantum gates on microwave photons assisted by circuit quantum electrodynamics

Author(s): Ming Hua, Ming-Jie Tao, and Fu-Guo DengBased on a microwave-photon quantum processor with two superconducting resonators coupled to one transmon qutrit, we construct the controlled-phase (c ... - Attacks on fixed-apparatus quantum-key-distribution schemes

Author(s): Michel Boyer, Ran Gelles, and Tal MorWe consider quantum-key-distribution implementations in which the receiver's apparatus is fixed and does not depend on his choice of basis at each ... - Heisenberg versus standard scaling in quantum metrology with Markov generated states and monitored environment

Author(s): Catalin Catana and Mădălin GuţăFinding optimal and noise robust probe states is a key problem in quantum metrology. In this paper we propose Markov dynamics as a possible mechanism for gene ... - Perfect state transfer and efficient quantum routing: A discrete-time quantum-walk approach

Author(s): Xiang Zhan, Hao Qin, Zhi-hao Bian, Jian Li, and Peng XueWe show that a perfect state transfer of an arbitrary unknown two-qubit state can be achieved via a discrete-time quantum walk with v ... - Multipole transitions to determine lifetimes and polarizabilities in Mg-like ions from Si2+ to Fm88+

Author(s): U. I. Safronova, A. S. Safronova, and P. BeiersdorferThe relativistic many-body perturbation theory (RMBPT), including the Breit interaction, is used to evaluate the multipole (E1,M1,E2,M2, ... - Hyperfine structure of S states in muonic deuterium

Author(s): R. N. Faustov, A. P. Martynenko, G. A. Martynenko, and V. V. SorokinOn the basis of the quasipotential method in quantum electrodynamics we calculate corrections of orders α5 and α6 to the ... - Calculation of screened Coulomb potential matrices and its application to He bound and resonant states

Author(s): Li Guang Jiao and Yew Kam HoWe present two analytical methods, Taylor expansion and Gegenbauer expansion, to efficiently and accurately calculate the two-electron screened Coulomb potential ... - Calculation of the polarization fraction and electron-impact excitation cross section for the Cd+ (5p) 2P3/2 state

Author(s): Christopher J. Bostock, Dmitry V. Fursa, Igor Bray, and Klaus BartschatWe present relativistic convergent close-coupling and Breit-Pauli R-matrix calculations for the polarization of the li ... - Temperature dependence of small harmonically trapped atom systems with Bose, Fermi, and Boltzmann statistics

Author(s): Yangqian Yan and D. BlumeWhile the zero-temperature properties of harmonically trapped cold few-atom systems have been discussed fairly extensively over the past decade, much less is known ... - Stability of a Floquet Bose-Einstein condensate in a one-dimensional optical lattice

Author(s): Sayan Choudhury and Erich J. MuellerMotivated by recent experimental observations [Parker, Hua, and Chin, Nat. Phys. 9, 769 (2013)10.1038/nphys2789], we analyze the stability of a Bose-Eins … - Collective modes of a one-dimensional trapped atomic Bose gas at finite temperatures

Author(s): Hui Hu, Gao Xianlong, and Xia-Ji LiuWe theoretically investigate collective modes of a one-dimensional (1D) interacting Bose gas in a harmonic tras at finite temperatures, by using a variat … - Ground-state cooling of mechanical motion in the unresolved sideband regime by use of optomechanically induced transparency

Author(s): Teemu Ojanen and Kjetil BørkjeA method for ground-state cooling of a mechanical mode in the unresolved sideband regime of dispersive optomechanics is proposed using an auxiliary mechanical … - Absolute calibration of forces in optical tweezers

Author(s): R. S. Dutra, N. B. Viana, P. A. Maia Neto, and H. M. NussenzveigThe absolute calibration of optical tweezers has been demonstrated by including the aberration effects of the optical system … - Theoretical and experimental investigation of the light shift in Ramsey coherent population trapping

Author(s): Yuichiro Yano, Wujie Gao, Shigeyoshi Goka, and Masatoshi KajitaThe ac Stark shift (or light shift) of the 62S1/2(F=3↔4) transition in 133Cs, as observed through coherent population trapping … - Amplification effects in optomechanics via weak measurements

Author(s): Gang Li, Tao Wang, and He-Shan SongWe revisit the scheme of single-photon weak-coupling optomechanics using postselection, proposed by Pepper, Ghobadi, Jeffrey, Simon, and Bouwmeester [Phys ... - Data-processing inequalities for quantum metrology

Author(s): Christopher FerrieWe apply the classical data-processing inequality to quantum metrology to show that manipulating the classical information from a quantum measurement cannot aid in the est ... - Effect of the atomic electric quadrupole moment on positron binding

Author(s): C. Harabati, V. A. Dzuba, and V. V. FlambaumThe effect of an electric quadrupole moment Q is studied for positron-atom bound systems. It is demonstrated that for Q>50 a.u. the electric q ... - Quantum probabilistic sampling of multipartite 60-qubit Bell-inequality violations

Author(s): M. D. Reid, B. Opanchuk, L. Rosales-Zárate, and P. D. DrummondWe show that violation of genuine multipartite Bell inequalities can be obtained with sampled, probabilistic phase-space method … - Quantum resource theory for charge-parity-time inversion

Author(s): Michael Skotiniotis, Borzu Toloui, Ian T. Durham, and Barry C. SandersWe develop a complete resource theory of charge-parity-time (CPT) inversion symmetry for both massive and massless rela … - Combination of the single-double–coupled-cluster and the configuration-interaction methods: Application to barium, lutetium, and their ions

Author(s): V. A. DzubaA version of the method of accurate calculations for few-valence-electron atoms which combines linearized single-double–coupled-cluster method with the configuration-interaction … - Equations of motion for natural orbitals of strongly driven two-electron systems

Author(s): J. Rapp, M. Brics, and D. BauerNatural orbital theory is a computationally useful approach to the few- and many-body quantum problems. While natural orbitals have been known and applied for … - Rotational transitions induced by collisions of HD+ ions with low-energy electrons

Author(s): O. Motapon, N. Pop, F. Argoubi, J. Zs Mezei, M. D. Epee Epee, A. Faure, M. Telmini, J. Tennyson, and I. F. SchneiderA series of computations based on multichannel quantum defect theory have … - Avalanche-mechanism loss at an atom-molecule Efimov resonance

Author(s): Ming-Guang Hu, Ruth S. Bloom, Deborah S. Jin, and Jonathan M. GoldwinThe avalanche mechanism has been used to relate Efimov trimer states to certain enhanced atom loss features observed in … - Revealing quantum path details in high-field physics

Author(s): G. Kolliopoulos, B. Bergues, H. Schröder, P. A. Carpeggiani, L. Veisz, G. D. Tsakiris, D. Charalambidis, and P. TzallasThe fundamental mechanism underlying harmonic emission in the strong-f … - Soliton-induced nonlocal resonances observed through high-intensity tunable spectrally compressed second-harmonic peaks

Author(s): Binbin Zhou, Hairun Guo, and Morten BacheExperimental data of femtosecond thick-crystal second-harmonic generation show that when tuning away from phase matching, a dominating narrow spectr … - Erratum: Effect of pH treatment on K-shell x-ray intensity ratios and K-shell x-ray-production cross sections in ZnCo alloys [Phys. Rev. A 84, 042509 (2011)]

Author(s): N. Kup Aylikci, V. Aylikci, A. Kahoul, E. Tiraşoğlu, İ. H. Karahan, and E. Cengiz[Phys. Rev. A 90, 019901] Published Fri Jul 18, 2014