- Optimal witnessing of the quantum Fisher information with few measurements

Author(s): Iagoba Apellaniz, Matthias Kleinmann, Otfried Gühne, and Géza TóthGiven a quantum state, how can one efficiently determine its fitness to metrological applications? Here it is shown how to … - Practical measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution without vacuum sources

Author(s): Xiao-Long Hu, Yi-Heng Zhou, Zong-Wen Yu, and Xiang-Bin WangMost of existing protocols for the decoy-state measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution use vacuum sources or extre … - Relating correlation measures: The importance of the energy gap

Author(s): Carlos L. Benavides-Riveros, Nektarios N. Lathiotakis, Christian Schilling, and Miguel A. L. MarquesThe concept of correlation is central to all approaches that attempt the description of m … - Stable collective dynamics of two-level systems coupled by dipole interactions

Author(s): C. D. Parmee and N. R. CooperWe study the dynamics of a set of two-level systems coupled by dipolar interactions under a resonant external Rabi drive. The two-level systems are prepared ini … - Double two-photon coalescence in a controlled propagation

Author(s): Andrzej Raczyński, Jarosław Zaremba, and Sylwia Zielińska-RaczyńskaThe propagation, storage, and release of two quantized light fields in an optically dressed atomic medium in the tripod co … - Quantum-limited biochemical magnetometers designed using the Fisher information and quantum reaction control

Author(s): K. M. Vitalis and I. K. KominisRadical-ion pairs and their reactions have triggered the study of quantum effects in biological systems. This is because they exhibit a number of effects best … - Symmetrizing cost of quantum states

Author(s): Eyuri WakakuwaWe introduce and analyze a task that we call symmetrization, in which a state of a quantum system, associated with a symmetry group, is transformed by a random unitary operati … - Loss-tolerant parity measurement for distant quantum bits

Author(s): Alain Sarlette and Mazyar MirrahimiWe propose a scheme to measure the parity of two distant qubits, while ensuring that losses on the quantum channel between them does not destroy coherence … - Electronic decoherence following photoionization: Full quantum-dynamical treatment of the influence of nuclear motion

Author(s): Caroline Arnold, Oriol Vendrell, and Robin SantraPhotoionization using attosecond pulses can lead to the formation of coherent superpositions of the electronic states of the parent ion. How … - Thermal field theory of bosonic gases with finite-range effective interaction

Author(s): A. Cappellaro and L. SalasnichWe study a dilute and ultracold Bose gas of interacting atoms by using an effective field theory which takes into account the finite-range effects of the inter … - Bose-Einstein-condensed cold atoms in a lattice system with k-space Berry curvature

Author(s): Xiao-Hui Li, Ting-Pong Choy, and Tai-Kai NgIn this paper we study the properties of cold bosons in two-dimensional optical lattices where Bose condensation occurs at a momentum point k with … - Tunable Weyl semimetal and its possible realization in optical lattices

Author(s): Xiao Kong, Jing He, Ying Liang, and Su-Peng KouWeyl semimetal (WSM) is an exotic topological state in condensed-matter physics. In this paper, based on a two-band cubic lattice model, we st … - Self-trapping of excitations: Two-dimensional quasiparticle solitons in an extended Bose-Hubbard dimer array

Author(s): Amit Dey and Amichay VardiConsidering a two-dimensional (2D) Bose-Hubbard spinor lattice with weak nearest-neighbor interactions and no particle transfer between sites, we theoretically stu … - Tunable Landau-Zener transitions using continuous- and chirped-pulse-laser couplings

Author(s): Farrokh Sarreshtedari and Mehdi HosseiniThe laser coupled Landau-Zener avoided crossing has been investigated with an aim towards obtaining the laser source parameters for precise controlli … - Kerr superoscillator model for microresonator frequency combs

Author(s): Jonathan M. Silver, Changlei Guo, Leonardo Del Bino, and Pascal Del’HayeMicroresonator-based optical frequency combs (“microcombs”) have attracted lots of attention in the past few years th … - Optimized detection of steering via linear criteria for arbitrary-dimensional states

Author(s): Yu-Lin Zheng, Yi-Zheng Zhen, Wen-Fei Cao, Li Li, Zeng-Bing Chen, Nai-Le Liu, and Kai ChenEinstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) steering, as a new form of nonlocality, stands between entanglement an … - Equivalence between spin Hamiltonians and boson sampling

Author(s): Borja Peropadre, Alán Aspuru-Guzik, and Juan José García-RipollA map between the problems of boson sampling and simulating the evolution of interacting spins is established. By enabling the … - High-resolution laser spectroscopy of long-lived plutonium isotopes

Author(s): A. Voss, V. Sonnenschein, P. Campbell, B. Cheal, T. Kron, I. D. Moore, I. Pohjalainen, S. Raeder, N. Trautmann, and K. WendtLong-lived isotopes of plutonium were studied using two complemen … - Driving the formation of the RbCs dimer by a laser pulse: A nonlinear-dynamics approach

Author(s): C. Chandre, Jorge Mahecha, and J. Pablo SalasWe study the formation of the RbCs molecule by an intense laser pulse using nonlinear dynamics. Under the Born-Oppenheimer approximation, the sy … - Probing two-particle exchange processes in two-mode Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Luis Benet, Diego Espitia, and Daniel SahagúnWe study the fidelity decay and its freeze for an initial coherent state of two-mode Bose-Einstein condensates in the Fock regime considering a … - Multicomponent correlated-basis-function method and its application to multilayered dipolar Bose gases

Author(s): Michael Rader, Martin Hebenstreit, and Robert E. ZillichWe present a method for calculating the dynamics of a bosonic mixture, the multicomponent correlated-basis-function (CBF) method. For … - Vortex stability in Bose-Einstein condensates in the presence of disorder

Author(s): Marisa Pons and Anna SanperaWe study the time evolution of a Bose-Einstein condensate with a vortex on it when it is released from a trap and expands freely in a spatially uncorrelated diso … - Cooperative light scattering in any dimension

Author(s): Tyler Hill, Barry C. Sanders, and Hui DengWe present a theory of cooperative light scattering valid in any dimension: connecting theories for an open line, open plane, and open space in the … - Topology-driven nonlinear switching in Möbius discrete arrays

Author(s): Francisco J. Muñoz, Sergei K. Turitsyn, Yuri S. Kivshar, and Mario I. MolinaWe examine the switching dynamics of discrete solitons propagating along two coupled discrete arrays which are tw … - Nonequilibrium transient dynamics of photon statistics

Author(s): Md. Manirul Ali and Wei-Min ZhangWe investigate the transient dynamics of photon statistics through two-time correlation functions for optical field coupled to a non-Markovian environment, … - Interaction-induced two-photon edge states in an extended Hubbard model realized in a cavity array

Author(s): Maxim A. Gorlach and Alexander N. PoddubnyWe study theoretically two-photon states in a periodic array of coupled cavities with both on-site and nonlocal Kerr-type nonlinearities. In the ab … - Superoscillating electron wave functions with subdiffraction spots

Author(s): Roei Remez, Yuval Tsur, Peng-Han Lu, Amir H. Tavabi, Rafal E. Dunin-Borkowski, and Ady ArieAlmost one and a half centuries ago, Abbe [Arch. Mikrosk. Anat. 9, 413 (1873)] and shortly after L … - Generation of robust entangled states in a non-Hermitian periodically driven two-band Bose-Hubbard system

Author(s): Carlos A. Parra-Murillo, Manuel H. Muñoz-Arias, Javier Madroñero, and Sandro WimbergerA many-body Wannier-Stark system coupled to an effective reservoir is studied within a non-Hermitian ap … - Bogoliubov-Born-Green-Kirkwood-Yvon chain and kinetic equations for the level dynamics in an externally perturbed quantum system

Author(s): Mumnuna A. Qureshi, Johnny Zhong, Joseph J. Betouras, and Alexandre M. ZagoskinTheoretical description and simulation of large quantum coherent systems out of equilibrium remains a daunting … - Necessary condition for incompatibility of observables in general probabilistic theories

Author(s): Sergey N. Filippov, Teiko Heinosaari, and Leevi LeppäjärviWe quantify the intrinsic noise content of an observable in a general probabilistic theory and derive a noise content inequality fo … - Quantum speedup of the traveling-salesman problem for bounded-degree graphs

Author(s): Dominic J. Moylett, Noah Linden, and Ashley MontanaroThe traveling-salesman problem is an iconic route-finding task, with applications from chip design to planning and logistics. Here the a … - Topological order and memory time in marginally-self-correcting quantum memory

Author(s): Karthik Siva and Beni YoshidaWe examine two proposals for marginally-self-correcting quantum memory: the cubic code by Haah and the welded code by Michnicki. In particular, we prove explici … - Measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution with source state errors and statistical fluctuation

Author(s): Cong Jiang, Zong-Wen Yu, and Xiang-Bin WangWe show how to calculate the secure final key rate in the four-intensity decoy-state measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution proto … - Resolution-enhanced entanglement detection

Author(s): Manuel Gessner, Luca Pezzè, and Augusto SmerziWe formulate a general family of entanglement criteria for multipartite states on arbitrary Hilbert spaces. Fisher information criteria compare … - Effective radius of ground- and excited-state positronium in collisions with hard walls

Author(s): R. Brown, Q. Prigent, A. R. Swann, and G. F. GribakinWe determine effective collisional radii of positronium (Ps) by considering Ps states in hard-wall spherical cavities. B-spline basis se … - Probing the π−π^{*} transitions in conjugated compounds with an infrared femtosecond laser

Author(s): Xi Liu, Pengcheng Li, Xiaosong Zhu, Pengfei Lan, Qingbin Zhang, and Peixiang LuWe show that the processes of π−π^{*} transitions imprint themselves on the high-harmonic spectra when conjuga … - Unexpectedly broad photoelectron spectrum as a signature of ultrafast electronic relaxation of Rydberg states of carbon dioxide

Author(s): Shunsuke Adachi, Motoki Sato, Toshinori Suzuki, and Sergy Yu. GrebenshchikovThe dynamics of CO_{2} excited into Rydberg states lying 0.2 eV below the ionization threshold is studied by mean … - Steady-state spin synchronization through the collective motion of trapped ions

Author(s): Athreya Shankar, John Cooper, Justin G. Bohnet, John J. Bollinger, and Murray HollandUsing analogies from cavity steady-state superradiance, an experimental scheme for mesoscopic collective … - Identification of single-input–single-output quantum linear systems

Author(s): Matthew Levitt and Mădălin GuţăThe purpose of this paper is to investigate system identification for single-input–single-output general (active or passive) quantum linear systems. For a giv … - Controlled opacity in a class of nonlinear dielectric media

Author(s): E. Bittencourt, G. H. S. Camargo, V. A. De Lorenci, and R. KlippertMotivated by new technologies for designing and tailoring metamaterials, we seek properties for certain classes of nonline … - Programmable holographic technique for implementing unitary and nonunitary transformations

Author(s): Yu Wang, Václav Potoček, Stephen M. Barnett, and Xue FengA technique for implementing rather arbitrary transformations on the spatial structure of a high-dimensional light field is proposed … - Correlated blinking of fluorescent emitters mediated by single plasmons

Author(s): D. Bouchet, E. Lhuillier, S. Ithurria, A. Gulinatti, I. Rech, R. Carminati, Y. De Wilde, and V. KrachmalnicoffWe observe time-correlated emission between a single CdSe/CdS/ZnS quantum dot e … - Controlling of blow-up responses by nonlinear PT-symmetric coupling

Author(s): S. Karthiga, V. K. Chandrasekar, M. Senthilvelan, and M. LakshmananWe investigate the dynamics of a coupled waveguide system with competing linear and nonlinear loss-gain profiles which can … - Evolution of the electric potential of an insulator under charged particle impact

Author(s): E. Giglio, S. Guillous, A. Cassimi, H. Q. Zhang, G. U. L. Nagy, and K. TőkésiInsulating glass capillaries have been shown to lead to ion transmission without any change in either the ion ch … - Resonant scattering of positronium as a quasifree electron

Author(s): M. Shipman, S. J. Brawley, L. Sarkadi, and G. LaricchiaIn order to clarify the physics underlying the observations of the electronlike behavior of positronium (Ps) and its resonant scatteri … - Diffractive molecular-orbital tomography

Author(s): Chunyang Zhai, Xiaosong Zhu, Pengfei Lan, Feng Wang, Lixin He, Wenjing Shi, Yang Li, Min Li, Qingbin Zhang, and Peixiang LuHigh-order-harmonic generation in the interaction of femtosecond l … - Nonlinear mixing of collective modes in harmonically trapped Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Takahiro Mizoguchi, Shohei Watabe, and Tetsuro NikuniWe study nonlinear mixing effects among quadrupole modes and scissors modes in a harmonically trapped Bose-Einstein condensate. Using a … - Fully differential study on dissociative ionization dynamics of deuteron molecules in strong elliptical laser fields

Author(s): Yun Shao, Peilun He, Ming-Ming Liu, Xufei Sun, Min Li, Yongkai Deng, Chengyin Wu, Feng He, Qihuang Gong, and Yunquan LiuDeuteron momentum distributions from the dissociative ionization of D … - Shareability of correlations in multiqubit states: Optimization of nonlocal monogamy inequalities

Author(s): J. Batle, M. Naseri, M. Ghoranneviss, A. Farouk, M. Alkhambashi, and M. ElhosenyIt is a well-known fact that both quantum entanglement and nonlocality (implied by the violation of Bell ineq … - Generalized James' effective Hamiltonian method

Author(s): Wenjun Shao, Chunfeng Wu, and Xun-Li FengJames' effective Hamiltonian method has been extensively adopted to investigate largely detuned interacting quantum systems. This method only c … - Quantum multiparameter estimation with generalized balanced multimode NOON-like states

Author(s): Lu Zhang and Kam Wai Clifford ChanThe simultaneous multiparameter estimation problem using a class of multimode entangled states is investigated in this paper. Specifically, the problem of … - Generation and characterization of discrete spatial entanglement in multimode nonlinear waveguides

Author(s): Michał Jachura, Michał Karpiński, Konrad Banaszek, Divya Bharadwaj, Jasleen Lugani, and K. ThyagarajanWe analyze theoretically spontaneous parametric down-conversion in a multimode nonlinea … - Constraints on exotic spin-dependent interactions between electrons from helium fine-structure spectroscopy

Author(s): Filip Ficek, Derek F. Jackson Kimball, Mikhail G. Kozlov, Nathan Leefer, Szymon Pustelny, and Dmitry BudkerAgreement between theoretical calculations of atomic structure and spectroscopic m … - Scattering of twisted electron wave packets by atoms in the Born approximation

Author(s): D. V. Karlovets, G. L. Kotkin, V. G. Serbo, and A. SurzhykovThe potential scattering of electrons carrying nonzero quanta of the orbital angular momentum (OAM) is studied in a framework of … - N_{2} HOMO-1 orbital cross section revealed through high-order-harmonic generation

Author(s): Jan Troß, Xiaoming Ren, Varun Makhija, Sudipta Mondal, Vinod Kumarappan, and Carlos A. Trallero-HerreroWe measure multi-orbital contributions to high harmonic generation from aligned nitrog … - Bogoliubov depletion of the fragmented condensate in the bosonic flux ladder

Author(s): Andrey R. KolovskyWe theoretically analyze the ground state of weakly interacting bosons in the flux ladder—the system that has been recently realized by means of ultracold atoms in the spe … - Coulomb-interaction-dependent effect of high-order sideband generation in an optomechanical system

Author(s): Cui Kong, Hao Xiong, and Ying WuHigh-order sideband generation in an optomechanical system coupled to a charged object is discussed, and the features of Coulomb-interaction-dependent effect … - Optical Talbot carpet with atomic density gratings obtained by standing-wave manipulation

Author(s): Chen Li, Tianwei Zhou, Yueyang Zhai, Xuguang Yue, Jinggang Xiang, Shifeng Yang, Wei Xiong, and Xuzong ChenWe report a method of generating atomic density gratings by standing-wave manipulat … - Effective-medium description of a metasurface composed of a periodic array of nanoantennas coupled to a metallic film

Author(s): P. T. Bowen, A. Baron, and D. R. SmithWe compute the reflectance properties of a metasurface that consists of a doubly periodic array of patch nanoantennas strongly coupled to a metallic fi … - Transverse azimuthal dephasing of a vortex spin wave in a hot atomic gas

Author(s): Shuai Shi, Dong-Sheng Ding, Wei Zhang, Zhi-Yuan Zhou, Ming-Xin Dong, Shi-Long Liu, Kai Wang, Bao-Sen Shi, and Guang-Can GuoAn optical field with orbital angular momentum (OAM) has many rema … - Analytical investigation of higher-order plasmonic modes on a metal-dielectric interface

Author(s): Mahdi Kordi, Fahimeh Armin, Mohammad R. Malekfar, Mir Mojtaba Mirsalehi, and Mehrdad Shokooh-SaremiBased on the plane-wave expansion method, we have analytically obtained a set of higher-or … - Nonlocality free wirings and the distinguishability between Bell boxes

Author(s): Rodrigo Gallego and Leandro AolitaBell nonlocality can be formulated in terms of a resource theory with local-hidden variable models as resourceless objects. Two such theories are known, on … - Non-Markovian dynamics of fully coupled fermionic and bosonic oscillators

Author(s): V. V. Sargsyan, D. Lacroix, G. G. Adamian, and N. V. AntonenkoThe non-Markovian Langevin approach is applied to study the dynamics of fermionic (bosonic) oscillator linearly coupled to a fe … - Nonclassicality of local bipartite correlations

Author(s): C. Jebaratnam, S. Aravinda, and R. SrikanthSimulating quantum nonlocality and steering requires augmenting preshared randomness with nonvanishing communication cost. This prompts the questi … - First-order strong-field QED processes in a tightly focused laser beam

Author(s): A. Di PiazzaIn a previous article [Phys. Rev. Lett. 117, 213201 (2016)] we have determined the angular resolved and the total energy spectrum of a positron produced via nonlinear Breit-Whee … - Optimal experimental demonstration of error-tolerant quantum witnesses

Author(s): Kunkun Wang, George C. Knee, Xiang Zhan, Zhihao Bian, Jian Li, and Peng XueTesting quantum theory on macroscopic scales is a longstanding challenge whose solution could have a significant i … - Pareto-front shape in multiobservable quantum control

Author(s): Qiuyang Sun, Re-Bing Wu, and Herschel RabitzMany scenarios in the sciences and engineering require simultaneous optimization of multiple objective functions, which are usually conflicting o … - Error correction with orbital angular momentum of multiple photons propagating in a turbulent atmosphere

Author(s): José Raúl González Alonso and Todd A. BrunOrbital angular momentum of photons is an intriguing system for the storage and transmission of quantum information, but it is rapidly degraded by … - Isotope shifts and transition frequencies for the S and P states of lithium: Bethe logarithms and second-order relativistic recoil

Author(s): L. M. Wang, Chun Li, Z.-C. Yan, and G. W. F. DrakeIsotope shifts and total transition frequencies are calculated for the 2^{2}S−3^{2}S transition of the lithium isotopes ^{6}Li, ^{7}Li, ^{8 … - Photoionization of atomic barium subshells in the 4d threshold region using the relativistic multiconfiguration Tamm-Dancoff approximation

Author(s): Aarthi Ganesan, P. C. Deshmukh, and S. T. MansonPhotoionization cross sections and photoelectron angular distribution asymmetry parameters are calculated for the 4d^{10},5s^{2},5p^{6}, and … - Analysis of THz generation through the asymmetry of photoelectron angular distributions

Author(s): Zhaoyan Zhou, Xu Wang, and C. D. LinWe analyze the mechanism of THz generation in a gas medium with intense two-color infrared lasers pulses. The dependence of the amplitude of THz emission … - PT-symmetric spectral singularity and negative-frequency resonance

Author(s): Sarang Pendharker, Yu Guo, Farhad Khosravi, and Zubin JacobVacuum consists of a bath of balanced and symmetric positive- and negative-frequency fluctuations. Media in relative motion or acc … - Atom-light interactions in quasi-one-dimensional nanostructures: A Green's-function perspective

Author(s): A. Asenjo-Garcia, J. D. Hood, D. E. Chang, and H. J. KimbleBased on a formalism that describes atom-light interactions in terms of the classical electromagnetic Green's function, we st … - Phase retrieval via propagation-based interferometry

Author(s): L. Loetgering, H. Froese, T. Wilhein, and M. RoseWe present an extension of the Gerchberg-Saxton algorithm to allow for phase retrieval from interferometric data recorded at multiple sample … - Activation of monogamy in nonlocality using local contextuality

Author(s): Debashis Saha and Ravishankar RamanathanA unified view of the phenomenon of monogamy exhibited by Bell inequalities and noncontextuality inequalities arising from the no-signaling and no-di … - Strictly nonclassical behavior of a mesoscopic system

Author(s): Jiazhong Hu, Zachary Vendeiro, Wenlan Chen, Hao Zhang, Robert McConnell, Anders S. Sørensen, and Vladan VuletićWe experimentally demonstrate the strictly nonclassical behavior in a many-ato … - Coarse graining a non-Markovian collisional model

Author(s): Nadja K. Bernardes, Andre R. R. Carvalho, C. H. Monken, and Marcelo F. SantosThe dynamics of systems subjected to noise is called Markovian in the absence of memory effects, i.e., when its … - Enhancing high-order-harmonic generation by time delays between two-color, few-cycle pulses

Author(s): Dian Peng (彭典), Liang-Wen Pi (皮良文), M. V. Frolov, and Anthony F. StaraceUse of time delays in high-order-harmonic generation (HHG) driven by intense two-color, few-cycle pulses is investiga … - High-harmonic spectra from time-dependent two-particle reduced-density-matrix theory

Author(s): Fabian Lackner, Iva Březinová, Takeshi Sato, Kenichi L. Ishikawa, and Joachim BurgdörferThe ab initio description of the nonlinear response of many-electron systems to strong-laser fields r … - High-order-harmonic generation in atomic and molecular systems

Author(s): Noslen Suárez, Alexis Chacón, Jose A. Pérez-Hernández, Jens Biegert, Maciej Lewenstein, and Marcelo F. CiappinaHigh-order-harmonic generation (HHG) results from the interaction of ultrashor … - Numerical simulation of THz-wave-assisted electron diffraction for ultrafast molecular imaging

Author(s): Reika Kanya and Kaoru YamanouchiA scheme for achieving high temporal resolution in gas electron diffraction is proposed, in which time-dependent electron diffraction patterns can be obtaine … - Expansion of one-dimensional lattice hard-core bosons at finite temperature

Author(s): Wei Xu and Marcos RigolWe develop an exact approach to study the quench dynamics of hard-core bosons initially in thermal equilibrium in one-dimensional lattices. This approach is used to s … - Landau criterion for an anisotropic Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): Zeng-Qiang YuIn this work we discuss the Landau criterion for anisotropic superfluidity. To this end we consider a pointlike impurity moving in a uniform Bose-Einstein condensate with eithe … - SU(N) Fermi liquid at finite temperature

Author(s): Chi-Ho Cheng and S.-K. YipWe consider the thermodynamic potential Ω of an N component Fermi gas with a short-range interaction obeying SU(N) symmetry. We analyze especially the nonanalytic … - Spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensates held under a toroidal trap

Author(s): Xiao-Fei Zhang, Masaya Kato, Wei Han, Shou-Gang Zhang, and Hiroki SaitoWe study a quasispin-1/2 Bose-Einstein condensate with synthetically generated spin-orbit coupling in a toroidal trap … - Ultracold atom interferometry with pulses of variable duration

Author(s): Valentin IvannikovWe offer interferometry models for thermal ensembles with one-body losses and the phenomenological inclusion of perturbations covering most of the thermal atom experiments … - Temporal reflection as a spectral-broadening mechanism in dual-pumped dispersion-decreasing fibers and its connection to dispersive waves

Author(s): Aku Antikainen, Francisco R. Arteaga-Sierra, and Govind P. AgrawalWe show that temporal reflections off a moving refractive index barrier play a major role in the spectral broadening of a d … - Analysis of deterministic swapping of photonic and atomic states through single-photon Raman interaction

Author(s): Serge Rosenblum, Adrien Borne, and Barak DayanThe long-standing goal of deterministic quantum interactions between single photons and single atoms was recently realized in various experimen … - Photon-pair generation in lossy coupled-resonator optical waveguides via spontaneous four-wave mixing

Author(s): Mohsen Kamandar Dezfouli and Marc M. DignamWe theoretically model pair generation and evolution via the nonlinear process of spontaneous four-wave mixing in a coupled-resonator optical wave … - Partial polarization by quantum distinguishability

Author(s): Mayukh Lahiri, Armin Hochrainer, Radek Lapkiewicz, Gabriela Barreto Lemos, and Anton ZeilingerWe establish that a connection exists between wave-particle duality of photons and partial pola … - Experimental test of the irreducible four-qubit Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger paradox

Author(s): Zu-En Su, Wei-Dong Tang, Dian Wu, Xin-Dong Cai, Tao Yang, Li Li, Nai-Le Liu, Chao-Yang Lu, Marek Żukowski, and Jian-Wei PanThe paradox of Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger (GHZ) disproves directl … - Numerical approach to simulating interference phenomena in a cavity with two oscillating mirrors

Author(s): Paula I. Villar, Alejandro Soba, and Fernando C. LombardoWe study photon creation in a cavity with two perfectly conducting moving mirrors. We derive the dynamic equations of the modes and … - Entanglement, identity, and disentanglement in two-atom spontaneous emission

Author(s): Pedro SanchoTwo recent experiments studying the potential effect of entanglement on the emission properties of excited atoms produced in molecular photodissociation have been interpreted in … - Cold collision and high-resolution spectroscopy of buffer-gas-cooled BaF molecules

Author(s): Wenhao Bu, Tao Chen, Guitao Lv, and Bo YanWe reported a detailed experimental study of the cold collision of barium monofluoride (BaF) with buffer gas and the high-resolution spectroscopy r … - Long-range interactions between rubidium and potassium Rydberg atoms

Author(s): Nolan SamboyWe investigate the long-range, two-body interactions between rubidium and potassium atoms in highly excited (n=70) Rydberg states. After establishing properly symmetrized asympt … - Degenerate Raman sideband cooling of ^{39} K

Author(s): Michael Gröbner, Philipp Weinmann, Emil Kirilov, and Hanns-Christoph NägerlWe report on a realization of sub-Doppler laser cooling of ^{39}K atoms using degenerate three-dimensional Raman s … - Creating superfluid vortex rings in artificial magnetic fields

Author(s): Rashi Sachdeva and Thomas BuschArtificial gauge fields are versatile tools that allow the dynamics of ultracold atoms in Bose-Einstein condensates to be influenced. Here we discuss a method … - Collective excitation of a trapped Bose-Einstein condensate with spin-orbit coupling

Author(s): Li Chen, Han Pu, Zeng-Qiang Yu, and Yunbo ZhangWe investigate the collective excitations of a Raman-induced spin-orbit coupled Bose-Einstein condensate confined in a quasi-one-dimensional h … - Cavity-induced backaction in Purcell-enhanced photon emission of a single ion in an ultraviolet fiber cavity

Author(s): T. G. Ballance, H. M. Meyer, P. Kobel, K. Ott, J. Reichel, and M. KöhlWe study the behavior of a single laser-driven trapped ion inside a microscopic optical Fabry-Perot cavity. In particul … - Ponderomotive dynamics of waves in quasiperiodically modulated media

Author(s): D. E. Ruiz and I. Y. DodinSimilarly to how charged particles experience time-averaged ponderomotive forces in high-frequency fields, linear waves also experience time-averaged refraction in …