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Author(s): A. Kumar, S. Eckel, F. Jendrzejewski, and G. K. CampbellWe study how temperature affects the lifetime of a quantized, persistent current state in a toroidal Bose-Einstein condensate. When t … - Consequences and applications of the completeness of Hardy's nonlocality

Author(s): Shane MansfieldLogical nonlocality is completely characterized by Hardy's “paradox” in (2,2,l) and (2,k,2) scenarios. We consider a variety of consequences and applications of this fac … - Power of an optical Maxwell's demon in the presence of photon-number correlations

Author(s): Angeline Shu, Jibo Dai, and Valerio ScaraniWe study how correlations affect the performance of the simulator of a Maxwell's demon demonstrated in a recent optical experiment [M. D. Vid ... - Multiparticle quantum dynamics under real-time observation

Author(s): Yuto Ashida and Masahito UedaRecent developments in quantum gas microscopy open up the possibility of real-time observation of quantum many-body systems. To understand the dynamics of atoms ... - Non-Hermitian interferometer: Unidirectional amplification without distortion

Author(s): C. Li, L. Jin, and Z. SongA non-Hermitian interferometer can realize asymmetric transmission in the presence of imaginary potential and magnetic flux. Here, we propose a non-Hermitian dimer ... - Hamiltonian identifiability assisted by a single-probe measurement

Author(s): Akira Sone and Paola CappellaroWe study the Hamiltonian identifiability of a many-body spin-1/2 system assisted by the measurement on a single quantum probe based on the eigensystem realiza ... - Influence of the fermionic exchange symmetry beyond Pauli's exclusion principle

Author(s): Felix Tennie, Vlatko Vedral, and Christian SchillingPauli's exclusion principle has a strong impact on the properties of most fermionic quantum systems. Remarkably, the fermionic excha ... - Spin-orbit coupling manipulating composite topological spin textures in atomic-molecular Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Chao-Fei Liu, Gediminas Juzeliūnas, and W. M. LiuAtomic-molecular Bose-Einstein condensates (BECs) offer brand new opportunities to revolutionize quantum gases and probe the variation of fu ... - Quantum-fluctuation-induced time-of-flight correlations of an interacting trapped Bose gas

Author(s): Izabella Lovas, Balázs Dóra, Eugene Demler, and Gergely ZarándWe investigate numerically the momentum correlations in a two-dimensional, harmonically trapped interacting Bose system at T=0 ... - Bose-Einstein-condensate polaron in harmonic trap potentials in the weak-coupling regime: Lee-Low-Pines–type approach

Author(s): Eiji Nakano, Hiroyuki Yabu, and Kei IidaWe have calculated the zero-temperature binding energy of a single impurity atom immersed in a Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) of ultracold atoms. The ... - Nanofiber-mediated chiral radiative coupling between two atoms

Author(s): Fam Le Kien and A. RauschenbeutelWe investigate the radiative coupling between two two-level atoms with arbitrarily polarized dipoles in the vicinity of a nanofiber. We present a systematic ... - Stability analysis for bad cavity lasers using inhomogeneously broadened spin-1/2 atoms as a gain medium

Author(s): G. A. Kazakov and T. SchummBad cavity lasers are experiencing renewed interest in the context of active optical frequency standards, due to their enhanced robustness against fluctuations of ... - Multiqubit spectroscopy of Gaussian quantum noise

Author(s): Gerardo A. Paz-Silva, Leigh M. Norris, and Lorenza ViolaWe introduce multipulse quantum noise spectroscopy protocols for spectral estimation of the noise affecting multiple qubits coupled t … - Overarching framework between Gaussian quantum discord and Gaussian quantum illumination

Author(s): Mark Bradshaw, Syed M. Assad, Jing Yan Haw, Si-Hui Tan, Ping Koy Lam, and Mile GuWe cast the problem of illuminating an object in a noisy environment into a communication protocol. A probe … - Experimentally superposing two pure states with partial prior knowledge

Author(s): Keren Li, Guofei Long, Hemant Katiyar, Tao Xin, Guanru Feng, Dawei Lu, and Raymond LaflammeSuperposition, arguably the most fundamental property of quantum mechanics, lies at the heart of q … - Conditions for repulsive Casimir forces between identical birefringent materials

Author(s): David A. T. Somers and Jeremy N. MundayRepulsive Casimir-Lifshitz forces are known to exist between two dissimilar materials if a third material, whose dielectric response is intermediate, … - Time-dependent formulation of the two-dimensional model of resonant electron collisions with diatomic molecules and interpretation of the vibrational excitation cross sections

Author(s): Martin Váňa and Karel HoufekA two-dimensional model of the resonant electron-molecule collision processes with one nuclear and one electronic degree of freedom introduced by K. Houfek, T. N … - Analytical solutions of the Schrödinger equation for a hydrogen atom in a uniform electric field

Author(s): V. I. Osherov and V. G. UshakovWe consider the Schrödinger equation for the hydrogen atom in a uniform electric field, searching for solutions of this equation in parabolic coordinates in a … - Pseudo-steady-state non-Gaussian Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen steering of massive particles in pumped and damped Bose-Hubbard dimers

Author(s): M. K. OlsenWe propose and analyze a pumped and damped Bose-Hubbard dimer as a source of continuous-variable Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) steering with non-Gaussian statistics. We use and c … - Symmetry, stability, and computation of degenerate lasing modes

Author(s): David Liu, Bo Zhen, Li Ge, Felipe Hernandez, Adi Pick, Stephan Burkhardt, Matthias Liertzer, Stefan Rotter, and Steven G. JohnsonWe present a general method to obtain the stable lasing solu … - Exceptional points in anisotropic planar microcavities

Author(s): Steffen Richter, Tom Michalsky, Chris Sturm, Bernd Rosenow, Marius Grundmann, and Rüdiger Schmidt-GrundPlanar microcavities allow the control and manipulation of spin polarization, manifest … - Dark spatial solitary waves in a cubic-quintic-septimal nonlinear medium

Author(s): H. Triki, K. Porsezian, P. Tchofo Dinda, and Ph. GreluWe consider the evolution of light beams in nonlinear media exhibiting nonlinearities up to the seventh order wherein the beam propagat … - Direct method for measuring and witnessing quantum entanglement of arbitrary two-qubit states through Hong-Ou-Mandel interference

Author(s): Karol Bartkiewicz, Grzegorz Chimczak, and Karel LemrWe describe a direct method for experimental determination of the negativity of an arbitrary two-qubit state with 11 measurements perform … - Robust state preparation in quantum simulations of Dirac dynamics

Author(s): Xue-Ke Song, Fu-Guo Deng, Lucas Lamata, and J. G. MugaA nonrelativistic system such as an ultracold trapped ion may perform a quantum simulation of a Dirac equation dynamics under specific … - Stimulated Raman scattering of an ultrashort XUV radiation pulse by a hydrogen atom

Author(s): Mihai Dondera, Viorica Florescu, and Henri BachauWe consider the hydrogen atom H(1s) exposed to an ultrashort laser pulse with a central frequency ω_{0} ranging from several hundreds of eV … - Accuracy estimation of the ^{16} O _{2} ^{+} transition frequencies targeting the search for the variation in the proton-electron mass ratio

Author(s): Masatoshi KajitaWe estimate the Stark and Zeeman shifts in the transition frequencies of the ^{16}O_{2}^{+} molecular ion as a step in the search for the variation in the proton-to-electron … - Quasiparticle explanation of the weak-thermalization regime under quench in a nonintegrable quantum spin chain

Author(s): Cheng-Ju Lin and Olexei I. MotrunichThe eigenstate thermalization hypothesis provides one picture of thermalization in a quantum system by looking at individual eigenstates. However, it is … - Phases of dipolar bosons in a bilayer geometry

Author(s): Fabio Cinti, Daw-Wei Wang, and Massimo BoninsegniWe study, by first-principles computer simulations, the low-temperature phase diagram of bosonic dipolar gases in a bilayer geometry as a fu … - Strong resonances on periodic arrays of cylinders and optical bistability with weak incident waves

Author(s): Lijun Yuan and Ya Yan LuA one-dimensional periodic array of circular dielectric cylinders surrounded by air is a simple structure on which guided modes above the light line, also called bou … - Publisher's Note: Molecular oxygen observed by direct photoproduction from carbon dioxide [Phys. Rev. A 95, 011404(R) (2017)]

Author(s): Seyedreza Larimian, Sonia Erattupuzha, Sebastian Mai, Philipp Marquetand, Leticia González, Andrius Baltuška, Markus Kitzler, and Xinhua Xie (谢新华)[Phys. Rev. A 95, 029903] Published Wed Feb … - Analytical coupled-channel treatment of two-body scattering in the presence of three-dimensional isotropic spin-orbit coupling

Author(s): Q. Guan and D. BlumeIt is shown that the single-particle spin-orbit coupling terms, which—in the cold atom context—are associated with synthetic gauge fields, can significantly and nontrivi … - Quantifying non-Markovianity due to driving and a finite-size environment in an open quantum system

Author(s): Rui Sampaio, Samu Suomela, Rebecca Schmidt, and Tapio Ala-NissilaWe study non-Markovian effects present in a driven qubit coupled to a finite environment using a recently proposed model dev … - Universal freezing of asymmetry

Author(s): Da-Jian Zhang, Xiao-Dong Yu, Hua-Lin Huang, and D. M. TongAsymmetry of quantum states is a useful resource in applications such as quantum metrology, quantum communication, and reference fr … - Maximally entangled mixed states for qubit-qutrit systems

Author(s): Paulo E. M. F. Mendonça, Marcelo A. Marchiolli, and Samuel R. HedemannWe consider the problems of maximizing the entanglement negativity of X-form qubit-qutrit density matrices with (i) a f … - Quantumness of correlations in fermionic systems

Author(s): Tiago Debarba, Reinaldo O. Vianna, and Fernando IeminiWe present an approach for the quantification of quantumness of correlations in fermionic systems. We study the multipartite relative e … - Revisiting optimal eavesdropping in quantum cryptography: Optimal interaction is unique up to rotation of the underlying basis

Author(s): Atanu Acharyya and Goutam PaulA general framework of optimal eavesdropping on BB84 protocol was provided by Fuchs et al. [Phys. Rev. A 56, 1163 (1997)]. An upper bound on mutual information … - Hybrid quantum systems with trapped charged particles

Author(s): Shlomi Kotler, Raymond W. Simmonds, Dietrich Leibfried, and David J. WinelandTrapped charged particles have been at the forefront of quantum information processing (QIP) for a few decades n … - Fast phase gates with trapped ions

Author(s): M. Palmero, S. Martínez-Garaot, D. Leibfried, D. J. Wineland, and J. G. MugaWe implement faster-than-adiabatic two-qubit phase gates using smooth state-dependent forces. The forces are desi … - Number of superclasses of four-qubit entangled states under the inductive entanglement classification

Author(s): Miriam BackensL. Lamata et al. use an inductive approach to classify the entangled pure states of four qubits under stochastic local operations and classical communication (SLOCC) [Phys. Re ... - Entanglement and deterministic quantum computing with one qubit

Author(s): Michel Boyer, Aharon Brodutch, and Tal MorThe role of entanglement and quantum correlations in complex physical systems and quantum information processing devices has become a topic of inte ... - Prediction of metastable AlS^{2+} dications in the gas phase

Author(s): Karim Elhadj Merabti, Bilel Mehnen, Sihem Azizi, Saida Ben Yaghlane, Nejm Eddine Jaidane, Muneerah Mogren Al Mogren, and Majdi HochlafUsing ab initio methodologies, we investigate the lowes ... - High-order multiphoton laser-assisted elastic electron scattering by Xe in a femtosecond near-infrared intense laser field: Plateau in energy spectra of scattered electrons

Author(s): Kakuta Ishida, Yuya Morimoto, Reika Kanya, and Kaoru YamanouchiMultiphoton free-free transitions were observed in laser-assisted elastic electron scattering (LAES) by Xe atoms in a femtosec ... - Time-dependent restricted-active-space self-consistent-field theory with space partition

Author(s): Haruhide Miyagi and Lars Bojer MadsenAiming at efficient numerical analysis of time-dependent (TD) many-electron dynamics of atoms involving multielectron continua, the TD restricted-active ... - Suppressed pair creation due to electron-positron attraction

Author(s): Q. Z. Lv, J. Unger, Y. T. Li, Q. Su, and R. GrobeWe propose a coupled Dirac sea approach to examine numerically the electron-positron pair creation process with interfermionic interactions ... - Zero-order filter for diffractive focusing of de Broglie matter waves

Author(s): S. D. Eder, A. K. Ravn, B. Samelin, G. Bracco, A. Salvador Palau, T. Reisinger, E. B. Knudsen, K. Lefmann, and B. HolstThe manipulation of neutral atoms and molecules via their de Broglie w ... - Quantum Monte Carlo study of the Bose-polaron problem in a one-dimensional gas with contact interactions

Author(s): L. Parisi and S. GiorginiWe present a theoretical study based upon quantum Monte Carlo methods of the Bose polaron in one-dimensional systems with contact interactions. In this instance of ... - Bogoliubov excitations in the Bose-Hubbard extension of a Weyl semimetal

Author(s): Ya-Jie Wu, Wen-Yan Zhou, and Su-Peng KouIn this paper, a Bose-Hubbard extension of a Weyl semimetal is proposed that can be realized for ultracold atoms using laser-assisted tunneling and F ... - Fully coupled hybrid cavity optomechanics: Quantum interferences and correlations

Author(s): Juan Restrepo, Ivan Favero, and Cristiano CiutiWe present a quantum theory for a fully coupled hybrid optomechanical system where all mutual couplings between a two-level atom, a confined p ... - Realization of non-PT-symmetric optical potentials with all-real spectra in a coherent atomic system

Author(s): Chao Hang, Gregory Gabadadze, and Guoxiang HuangWe present a physical setup for realizing all-real-spectrum optical potentials with arbitrary gain-and-loss distributions in a coherent mediu ... - Unbounded randomness certification using sequences of measurements

Author(s): F. J. Curchod, M. Johansson, R. Augusiak, M. J. Hoban, P. Wittek, and A. AcínA scheme for certifying an unbounded amount of random bits from a single pair of entangled qubits is proposed in ... - Quantum kicked harmonic oscillator in contact with a heat bath

Author(s): M. Á. Prado Reynoso, P. C. López Vázquez, and T. GorinWe consider the quantum harmonic oscillator in contact with a finite-temperature bath, modeled by the Caldeira-Leggett master equation. ... - Information content of systems as a physical principle

Author(s): L. Czekaj, M. Horodecki, P. Horodecki, and R. HorodeckiTo explain the conceptual gap between classical and quantum and other, hypothetical descriptions of the world, several principles have ... - Ultrafast dynamics of the lowest-lying neutral states in carbon dioxide

Author(s): Travis W. Wright, Elio G. Champenois, James P. Cryan, Niranjan Shivaram, Chan-Shan Yang, and Ali BelkacemWe present a study of the ultrafast dissociation dynamics of the lowest-lying electr ... - Limitations in photoionization of helium by an extreme ultraviolet optical vortex

Author(s): T. Kaneyasu, Y. Hikosaka, M. Fujimoto, T. Konomi, M. Katoh, H. Iwayama, and E. ShigemasaPhotoelectron angular distributions from helium atoms are measured using the circularly polarized ext ... - Different growth rates for spin and superfluid order in a quenched spinor condensate

Author(s): Andréane Bourges and P. B. BlakieIn this paper we study the coarsening dynamics of a spinor condensate quenched into an easy-axis ferromagnetic phase by a sudden change in the quadratic Zee ... - Composite-boson approach to molecular Bose-Einstein condensates in mixtures of ultracold Fermi gases

Author(s): P. Alexander Bouvrie, Malte C. Tichy, and Itzhak RoditiWe show that an ansatz based on independent composite bosons [Phys. Rep. 463, 215 (2008)] accurately describes the condensate fraction … - Publisher's Note: Long-range interactions of hydrogen atoms in excited states. II. Hyperfine-resolved 2S−2S systems [Phys. Rev. A 95, 022704 (2017)]

Author(s): U. D. Jentschura, V. Debierre, C. M. Adhikari, A. Matveev, and N. Kolachevsky[Phys. Rev. A 95, 029902] Published Fri Feb 17, 2017 - Isotopic effects in scattering and kinetics of the atomic cascade of excited μ^{−} p and μ^{−} d atoms

Author(s): V. P. Popov and V. N. PomerantsevThe quantum-mechanical calculations of the differential and integrated cross sections of the elastic scattering, Stark transitions, and Coulomb deexcitation … - Scalar-pseudoscalar interaction in the francium atom

Author(s): L. V. Skripnikov, D. E. Maison, and N. S. MosyaginFr atom can be successively used to search for the atomic permanent electric dipole moment (EDM) [Hyperfine Interact. 236, 53 (2015); J. Ph ... - Quantizing polaritons in inhomogeneous dissipative systems

Author(s): Aurélien DrezetIn this article we provide a general analysis of canonical quantization for polaritons in dispersive and dissipative electromagnetic inhomogeneous media. We compare several a ... - Dimensional discontinuity in quantum communication complexity at dimension seven

Author(s): Armin Tavakoli, Marcin Pawłowski, Marek Żukowski, and Mohamed BourennaneEntanglement-assisted classical communication and transmission of a quantum system are the two quantum resources for ... - Quantum implementation of the unitary coupled cluster for simulating molecular electronic structure

Author(s): Yangchao Shen, Xiang Zhang, Shuaining Zhang, Jing-Ning Zhang, Man-Hong Yung, and Kihwan KimIn classical computational chemistry, the coupled-cluster ansatz is one of the most commonly used ... - Single and double ionization of magnesium by electron impact: A classical study

Author(s): J. Dubois, S. A. Berman, C. Chandre, and T. UzerWe consider electron impact-driven single and double ionization of magnesium in the energy range of 10 to 100 eV. Our classical Hamiltonian m ... - Floquet analysis of a quantum system with modulated periodic driving

Author(s): Viktor Novičenko, Egidijus Anisimovas, and Gediminas JuzeliūnasWe consider a quantum system periodically driven with a strength which varies slowly on the scale of the driving period. The a ... - Slow light in flight imaging

Author(s): Kali Wilson, Bethany Little, Genevieve Gariepy, Robert Henderson, John Howell, and Daniele FaccioSlow-light media are of interest in the context of quantum computing and enhanced measuremen ... - Improved bound for quantum-speed-limit time in open quantum systems by introducing an alternative fidelity

Author(s): Abbas Ektesabi, Naghi Behzadi, and Esfandyar FaiziIn this paper, we introduce an alternative quantum fidelity for quantum states which perfectly satisfies all of Jozsa's axioms and is … - Nonlocal correlations in a macroscopic measurement scenario

Author(s): Samir Kunkri, Manik Banik, and Sibasish GhoshNonlocality is one of the main characteristic features of quantum systems involving more than one spatially separated subsystem. It is manifeste … - Resonances in open quantum systems

Author(s): Hichem Eleuch and Ingrid RotterThe Hamilton operator of an open quantum system is non-Hermitian. Its eigenvalues are generally complex and provide not only the energies but also the lifetim … - Noise suppression by quantum control before and after the noise

Author(s): Hiroaki Wakamura, Ryûitirô Kawakubo, and Tatsuhiko KoikeWe discuss the possibility of protecting the state of a quantum system that goes through noise by measurements and operations before … - Quantum communication between remote mechanical resonators

Author(s): S. Felicetti, S. Fedortchenko, R. Rossi, Jr., S. Ducci, I. Favero, T. Coudreau, and P. MilmanMechanical resonators represent one of the most promising candidates to mediate the interaction … - Double photoionization of tribromoborazine from 25 to 138 eV

Author(s): R. Wehlitz, M. MacDonald, L. Zuin, A. C. F. Santos, and N. AppathuraiWe have measured the yield for the photoproduction of singly and doubly charged parent ions of the inorganic molecule tr … - Attosecond dynamics of light-induced resonant hole transfer in high-order-harmonic generation

Author(s): Jhih-An You, Jan Marcus Dahlström, and Nina RohringerWe present a study of high-order-harmonic generation (HHG) assisted by extreme ultraviolet (XUV) attosecond pulses, which can lead to th … - Anomalous excitation facilitation in inhomogeneously broadened Rydberg gases

Author(s): F. Letscher, O. Thomas, T. Niederprüm, H. Ott, and M. FleischhauerWhen atomic gases are laser driven to Rydberg states in an off-resonant way, a single Rydberg atom may enhance the excitati … - Numerical investigation of the sequential-double-ionization dynamics of helium in different few-cycle-laser-field shapes

Author(s): Philipp Wustelt, Max Möller, Markus S. Schöffler, Xinhua Xie (谢新华), Vaclav Hanus, A. Max Sayler, Andrius Baltuska, Gerhard G. Paulus, and Markus KitzlerWe investigate sequential double ioni … - Dynamical realization of magnetic states in a strongly interacting Bose mixture

Author(s): R. E. Barfknecht, A. Foerster, and N. T. ZinnerWe describe the dynamical preparation of magnetic states in a strongly interacting two-component Bose gas in a harmonic trap. By mapping this … - Interacting hard-core bosons with anisotropic hopping: Checkerboard supersolid, order by disorder, and first-order phase transitions

Author(s): Xiao Huo, Yong-Yong Cui, Dali Wang, and Jian-Ping LvUsing extensive quantum Monte Carlo simulations, we study a minimum model of interacting hard-core bosons on a square lattice with hoppin … - Beyond mean-field properties of binary dipolar Bose mixtures at low temperatures

Author(s): Volodymyr PastukhovWe rigorously analyze the low-temperature properties of homogeneous three-dimensional two-component Bose mixture with dipole-dipole interaction. For such a system the eff … - Tailoring accelerating beams in phase space

Author(s): Yuanhui Wen, Yujie Chen, Yanfeng Zhang, Hui Chen, and Siyuan YuAn appropriate wave-front design will enable light fields that propagate along arbitrary trajectories, thus forming accelerati … - Temporal solitons in air

Author(s): A. A. Voronin and A. M. ZheltikovAnalysis of the group-velocity dispersion (GVD) of atmospheric air with a model that includes the entire manifold of infrared transitions in air reveals a r … - Theoretical realization and application of parity-time-symmetric oscillators in a quantum regime

Author(s): Wenlin Li, Chong Li, and Heshan SongIn the existing parity-time (PT) symmetry with the balanced gain and loss, the gain is derived from semiclassical but not full quantum theories, which si … - Measurement-induced chaos and quantum state discrimination in an iterated Tavis-Cummings scheme

Author(s): Juan Mauricio Torres, József Zsolt Bernád, Gernot Alber, Orsolya Kálmán, and Tamás KissA cavity quantum electrodynamical scenario is proposed for implementing a Schrödinger microscope capab … - Metastability in the driven-dissipative Rabi model

Author(s): Alexandre Le Boité, Myung-Joong Hwang, and Martin B. PlenioWe explore the long-time dynamics of the quantum Rabi model in a driven-dissipative setting and show that, as the atom-cavity coup … - Composing decoherence functionals

Author(s): Paul Boës and Miguel NavascuésQuantum measure theory (QMT) is a generalization of quantum theory where physical predictions are computed from a matrix known as the decoherence functional (D … - Secret information reconciliation based on punctured low-density parity-check codes for continuous-variable quantum key distribution

Author(s): Xue-Qin Jiang, Peng Huang, Duan Huang, Dakai Lin, and Guihua ZengAchieving information theoretic security with practical complexity is of great interest to continuous-variable quantum key d … - Fast Rydberg antiblockade regime and its applications in quantum logic gates

Author(s): Shi-Lei Su (苏石磊), Ya Gao (郜雅), Erjun Liang (梁二军), and Shou Zhang (张寿)Unlike the Rydberg blockade regime, the Rydberg antiblockade regime (RABR) allows more than one Rydberg atom to be excit … - Quantum-secret-sharing scheme based on local distinguishability of orthogonal multiqudit entangled states

Author(s): Jingtao Wang, Lixiang Li, Haipeng Peng, and Yixian YangIn this study, we propose the concept of judgment space to investigate the quantum-secret-sharing scheme based on local distinguishabi … - General theory for Rydberg states of atoms: The nonrelativistic case

Author(s): Xiao-Feng Wang and Zong-Chao YanWe carry out a complete derivation on nonrelativistic energies of atomic Rydberg states, including finite nuclear mass corrections. Several missing terms are … - Reexamination of the interaction of atoms with a LiF(001) surface

Author(s): J. E. Miraglia and M. S. GraviellePairwise additive potentials for multielectronic atoms interacting with a LiF(001) surface are revisited by including an improved description of the electr … - Ion-pair dissociation of highly excited carbon clusters: Size and charge effects

Author(s): Thibaut Launoy, Karine Béroff, Marin Chabot, Guillaume Martinet, Arnaud Le Padellec, Thomas Pino, Sandra Bouneau, Nathalie Vaeck, Jacques Liévin, Géraldine Féraud, Jérôme Loreau, and Thejus … - State-selective influence of the Breit interaction on the angular distribution of emitted photons following dielectronic recombination

Author(s): Pedro Amaro, Chintan Shah, Rene Steinbrügge, Christian Beilmann, Sven Bernitt, José R. Crespo López-Urrutia, and Stanislav TashenovWe report a measurement of KLL dielectronic recombination … - Few-particle systems: An analysis of some strongly correlated states

Author(s): N. Barberán and J. TaronThe analysis of the quantum Hall response of a small system of interacting ultracold bosonic atoms through the variation of its Hall resistivity against the applied … - Unifying quantum heat transfer in a nonequilibrium spin-boson model with full counting statistics

Author(s): Chen Wang, Jie Ren, and Jianshu CaoTo study the full counting statistics of quantum heat transfer in a driven nonequilibrium spin-boson model, we develop a generalized nonequilibrium polaro … - Exotic topological states with Raman-induced spin-orbit coupling

Author(s): Y. Deng, T. Shi, H. Hu, L. You, and S. YiWe propose a simple experimental scheme to realize simultaneously the one-dimensional spin-orbit coupling and the staggered spin flip in ultracold p … - Interplay between diffraction and the Pancharatnam-Berry phase in inhomogeneously twisted anisotropic media

Author(s): Chandroth P. Jisha, Alessandro Alberucci, Lorenzo Marrucci, and Gaetano AssantoWe discuss the propagation of an electromagnetic field in an inhomogeneously anisotropic material where the op … - Fisher information of a squeezed-state interferometer with a finite photon-number resolution

Author(s): P. Liu, P. Wang, W. Yang, G. R. Jin, and C. P. SunSqueezed-state interferometry plays an important role in quantum-enhanced optical phase estimation, as it allows the estimation precision t … - Ubiquitous diffraction resonances in positronium formation from fullerenes

Author(s): Paul-Antoine Hervieux, Anzumaan R. Chakraborty, and Himadri S. ChakrabortyDue to the dominant electron capture by positrons from the molecular shell and the spatial dephasing across the she … - Rabi oscillations in extreme ultraviolet ionization of atomic argon

Author(s): Martin Flögel, Judith Durá, Bernd Schütte, Misha Ivanov, Arnaud Rouzée, and Marc J. J. VrakkingWe demonstrate Rabi oscillations in nonlinear ionization of argon by an intense femtosecond ex … - Random search for a dark resonance

Author(s): Alexander Holm Kiilerich and Klaus MølmerA frequency estimation scheme is developed to handle systems characterized by nonergodic dynamics, where standard statistical methods fail. Instead …