- Weak value beyond conditional expectation value of the pointer readings

Author(s): Lev Vaidman, Alon Ben-Israel, Jan Dziewior, Lukas Knips, Mira Weißl, Jasmin Meinecke, Christian Schwemmer, Ran Ber, and Harald WeinfurterIt is argued that a weak value of an observable is a … - Dynamics of Rényi entropy and applications in detecting quantum non-Markovianity

Author(s): Hongting Song and Yuanyuan MaoExploiting the master equations in the Lindblad form, we establish a sufficient and necessary condition for a Markovian dynamics to be unital. Based on this co … - Graph-associated entanglement cost of a multipartite state in exact and finite-block-length approximate constructions

Author(s): Hayata Yamasaki, Akihito Soeda, and Mio MuraoWe introduce and analyze graph-associated entanglement cost, a generalization of the entanglement cost of quantum states to multipartite setting … - Spectroscopic measurement of the softness of ultracold atomic collisions

Author(s): Jonathan Coslovsky, Gadi Afek, Alexander Mil, Ido Almog, and Nir DavidsonThe softness of collisions, or the average number of collisions each atom undergoes until its energy decorrelates si … - Ab initio calculation of electron-capture cross sections in ${\mathrm{H}}^{+}+\mathrm{BeH}$ collisions

Author(s): I. Rabadán, L. Méndez, J. W. Gao, Y. Wu, and J. G. WangWe present calculations of electron-capture cross sections in collisions of ${\mathrm{H}}^{+}$ with BeH molecules in the energy range … - Nonadiabaticity of electron-tunneling-ionization processes in elliptical strong laser fields

Author(s): Jun Cai, Yan-jun Chen, Qin-zhi Xia, Di-fa Ye, Jie Liu, and Li-bin FuWe theoretically investigate the electron-tunneling process for a helium atom irradiated by an elliptical strong laser fi … - Connection between nonlocal one-body and local three-body correlations of the Lieb-Liniger model

Author(s): Maxim Olshanii, Vanja Dunjko, Anna Minguzzi, and Guillaume LangWe derive a connection between the fourth coefficient of the short-distance Taylor expansion of the one-body correlation funct … - Mixed-dimensional Bose polaron

Author(s): Niels Jakob Søe Loft, Zhigang Wu, and G. M. BruunA new generation of cold atom experiments trapping atomic mixtures in species-selective optical potentials opens up the intriguing possibili … - Reexamination of the Abraham-Minkowski dilemma

Author(s): Mário G. SilveirinhaHere the Abraham-Minkowski controversy on the correct definition of the light momentum in a macroscopic medium is revisited with the purpose to highlight that an effecti … - Force-induced transparency and conversion between slow and fast light in optomechanics

Author(s): Zhen Wu, Ren-Hua Luo, Jian-Qi Zhang, Yu-Hua Wang, Wen Yang, and Mang FengThe optomechanics can generate fantastic effects of optics due to appropriate mechanical control. Here we theoretica … - Quantum noise reduction in intensity-sensitive surface-plasmon-resonance sensors

Author(s): Joong-Sung Lee, Trung Huynh, Su-Yong Lee, Kwang-Geol Lee, Jinhyoung Lee, Mark Tame, Carsten Rockstuhl, and Changhyoup LeeWe investigate the use of twin-mode quantum states of light with sym … - Time-dependent spectrum of a single photon and its positive-operator-valued measure

Author(s): S. J. van EnkSuppose we measure the time-dependent spectrum of a single photon. That is, we first send the photon through a set of frequency filters (which we assume to have different filte … - Analytical approach to the Bose-polaron problem in one dimension

Author(s): A. G. Volosniev and H.-W. HammerWe discuss the ground-state properties of a one-dimensional bosonic system doped with an impurity (the so-called Bose polaron problem). We introduce a formal … - Emerging dynamics arising from coarse-grained quantum systems

Author(s): Cristhiano Duarte, Gabriel Dias Carvalho, Nadja K. Bernardes, and Fernando de MeloThe purpose of physics is to describe nature from elementary particles all the way up to cosmological objec … - Entanglement enhancement through multirail noise reduction for continuous-variable measurement-based quantum-information processing

Author(s): Yung-Chao Su and Shin-Tza WuWe study theoretically the teleportation of a controlled-phase (cz) gate through measurement-based quantum-information processing for continuous-variable systems … - Tunable quantum entanglement of three qubits in a nonstationary cavity

Author(s): Mirko Amico, Oleg L. Berman, and Roman Ya. KezerashviliWe investigate the tunable quantum entanglement and the probabilities of excitations in a system of three qubits in a nonstationary ca … - Proposal for automated transformations on single-photon multipath qudits

Author(s): R. D. Baldijão, G. F. Borges, B. Marques, M. A. Solís-Prosser, L. Neves, and S. PáduaWe propose a method for implementing automated state transformations on single-photon multipath qudits e … - Boundary-corrected four-body continuum-intermediate-state method for charge exchange between hydrogenlike projectiles and atoms

Author(s): Nenad Milojević, Ivan Mančev, and Dževad BelkićSingle-electron capture from one-electron and multielectron atoms colliding with hydrogenlike projectiles at intermediate and high incident en … - Double-differential cross sections for single ionization of simple polyatomic molecules by proton impact

Author(s): A. Mondal, S. Halder, S. Mukherjee, C. R. Mandal, and M. PurkaitA theoretical study of double-differential cross sections (DDCSs) for single ionization of ${\text{CH}}_{{}_{4}}$ and ${\text … - Spectroscopic determination of magnetic-field-dependent interactions in an ultracold Yb(${}^{3}P{}_{2}$)-Li mixture

Author(s): F. Schäfer, H. Konishi, A. Bouscal, T. Yagami, and Y. TakahashiWe present experimental results on the inelastic and elastic interspecies interactions between ytterbium (Yb) in the metastabl … - Quasiclassical treatment of the Auger effect in slow ion-atom collisions

Author(s): F. FrémontA quasiclassical model based on the resolution of Hamilton equations of motion is used to get evidence for Auger electron emission following double-electron capture in 150-keV $\m … - Impact of intense laser pulses on the autoionization dynamics of the $2s2p$ doubly excited state of He

Author(s): Anton N. Artemyev, Lorenz S. Cederbaum, and Philipp V. DemekhinThe photoionization of a helium atom by short intense laser pulses is studied theoretically in the vicinity of the $2s2p{\phan … - Quantum versus classical dynamics in the optical centrifuge

Author(s): Tsafrir Armon and Lazar FriedlandThe interplay between classical and quantum-mechanical evolution in the optical centrifuge (OC) is discussed. The analysis is based on the quantum-mechanica … - Relativistic light-shift theory of few-electron systems: Heliumlike highly charged ions

Author(s): O. Postavaru and A. C. ScafesThe light-shift theory of many-electron systems in a laser field is described using the projection operators technique. In heavy ions, the electrons are tightly … - Spontaneous symmetry breaking of fundamental states, vortices, and dipoles in two- and one-dimensional linearly coupled traps with cubic self-attraction

Author(s): Zhaopin Chen, Yongyao Li, Boris A. Malomed, and Luca SalasnichWe introduce two- and one-dimensional (2D and 1D) systems of two linearly coupled Gross-Pitaevskii equations (GPEs) with the cu … - Fractional quantum Hall states of bosons on cones

Author(s): Ying-Hai Wu, Hong-Hao Tu, and G. J. SreejithMotivated by a recent experiment, which synthesizes Landau levels for photons on cones [Schine et al., Nature (London) 534, 671 (2016)], and more … - Collision dynamics of two-dimensional non-Abelian vortices

Author(s): Thomas Mawson, Timothy C. Petersen, and Tapio SimulaWe study computationally the collision dynamics of vortices in a two-dimensional spin-2 Bose-Einstein condensate. In contrast to Abelian … - Stabilizing strongly correlated photon fluids with non-Markovian reservoirs

Author(s): José Lebreuilly, Alberto Biella, Florent Storme, Davide Rossini, Rosario Fazio, Cristiano Ciuti, and Iacopo CarusottoWe introduce a frequency-dependent incoherent pump scheme with a square- … - Generating resonating-valence-bond states through Dicke subradiance

Author(s): R. Ganesh, L. Theerthagiri, and G. BaskaranDicke's original thought experiment with two spins (two-level atoms) coupled to a photon mode has recently been experimentally realized. We p … - Direct observation of phase-sensitive Hong-Ou-Mandel interference

Author(s): Petr Marek, Petr Zapletal, Radim Filip, Yosuke Hashimoto, Takeshi Toyama, Jun-ichi Yoshikawa, Kenzo Makino, and Akira FurusawaThe quality of individual photons and their ability to interfer … - Adaptive weak-value amplification with adjustable postselection

Author(s): Fei Li, Jingzheng Huang, and Guihua ZengWeak-value amplification (WVA) has recently become an important technique for parameter estimation, owing to its ability to enhance the signal-to-noi … - Synthetic random flux model in a periodically driven optical lattice

Author(s): Jan Major, Marcin Płodzień, Omjyoti Dutta, and Jakub ZakrzewskiWe propose a realization of a synthetic random flux model in a two-dimensional optical lattice. Starting from Bose-Hubbard Ham … - Theoretical determination of two-electron one-photon transition characteristics for low-$Z$ $K$-shell hollow atoms

Author(s): Karol Kozioł and Jacek RzadkiewiczStudying $K$-shell hollow atom spectra broadens our knowledge on femtosecond phenomena in atomic physics, chemistry, and biology. Recent synchrotron measur … - Divisibility of quantum dynamical maps and collision models

Author(s): S. N. Filippov, J. Piilo, S. Maniscalco, and M. ZimanThe divisibility of dynamical maps is visualized by trajectories in the parameter space and analyzed within the framework of collision m … - Exact sampling hardness of Ising spin models

Author(s): B. Fefferman, M. Foss-Feig, and A. V. GorshkovWe study the complexity of classically sampling from the output distribution of an Ising spin model, which can be implemented naturally in a va … - Nonlocal bunching of composite bosons

Author(s): Zakarya Lasmar, Dagomir Kaszlikowski, and Paweł KurzyńskiIt was suggested that two entangled fermions can behave like a single boson and that the bosonic quality is proportional to the degr … - Boson sampling with Gaussian measurements

Author(s): L. Chakhmakhchyan and N. J. CerfWe develop an alternative boson sampling model operating on single-photon states followed by linear interferometry and Gaussian measurements. The hardness pr … - Multi-ion sensing of dipolar noise sources in ion traps

Author(s): F. Galve, J. Alonso, and R. ZambriniTrapped-ion quantum platforms are subject to “anomalous” heating due to interactions with electric-field noise sources of nature not yet completely known … - Bound states in the continuum in spin-orbit-coupled atomic systems

Author(s): Yaroslav V. Kartashov, Vladimir V. Konotop, and Lluis TornerWe show that the interplay between spin-orbit coupling and Zeeman splitting in atomic systems can lead to the existence of bound … - Comment on “Peres experiment using photons: No test for hypercomplex (quaternionic) quantum theories”

Author(s): Lorenzo M. Procopio, Lee A. Rozema, Borivoje Dakić, and Philip WaltherIn his recent article [Phys. Rev. A 95, 060101(R) (2017)], Adler questions the usefulness of the bound found in our exp … - Optical dipole-force cooling of anions in a Penning trap

Author(s): Julian Fesel, Sebastian Gerber, Michael Doser, and Daniel ComparatWe discuss the possibility of using optical dipole forces for Sisyphus cooling of ions stored in a Penning trap by addressi … - Single atoms coupled to a near-concentric cavity

Author(s): Chi Huan Nguyen, Adrian Nugraha Utama, Nick Lewty, Kadir Durak, Gleb Maslennikov, Stanislav Straupe, Matthias Steiner, and Christian KurtsieferConcentric cavities can lead to strong photon- … - What quantum measurements measure

Author(s): Robert B. GriffithsA solution to the second measurement problem, determining what prior microscopic properties can be inferred from measurement outcomes (“pointer positions”), is worked out … - Finding paths with quantum walks or quantum walking through a maze

Author(s): Daniel Reitzner, Mark Hillery, and Daniel KochWe show that it is possible to use a quantum walk to find a path from one marked vertex to another. In the specific case of $M$ stars connected … - Soft-x-ray-induced ionization and fragmentation dynamics of ${\mathrm{Sc}}_{3}\mathrm{N}@{\mathrm{C}}_{80}$ investigated using an ion-ion-coincidence momentum-imaging technique

Author(s): Hui Xiong, Razib Obaid, Li Fang, Cédric Bomme, Nora G. Kling, Utuq Ablikim, Vladimir Petrovic, Chelsea E. Liekhus-Schmaltz, Heng Li, Rene C. Bilodeau, Thomas Wolf, Timur Osipov, Daniel Roll … - Hybrid model of separable, zero-range, few-body interactions in one-dimensional harmonic traps

Author(s): Molte Emil Strange Andersen, N. L. Harshman, and Nikolaj Thomas ZinnerThis paper introduces a model for a few repulsively interacting particles trapped in a one-dimensional harmonic well an … - Efficiency of fermionic quantum distillation

Author(s): J. Herbrych, A. E. Feiguin, E. Dagotto, and F. Heidrich-MeisnerWe present a time-dependent density-matrix renormalization group investigation of the quantum distillation process within the … - Pure Goldstone mode in the quench dynamics of a confined ultracold Fermi gas in the BCS-BEC crossover regime

Author(s): P. Kettmann, S. Hannibal, M. D. Croitoru, V. M. Axt, and T. KuhnWe present a numerical study of the dynamic response of a confined superfluid Fermi gas to a rapid change of the scattering l … - Formation and amplification of subfemtosecond x-ray pulses in a plasma medium of hydrogenlike ions with a modulated resonant transition

Author(s): T. R. Akhmedzhanov, V. A. Antonov, Anatoly Morozov, Alexander Goltsov, Marlan Scully, Szymon Suckewer, and Olga KocharovskayaCoherent intense attosecond x-ray pulses could lead to a fast dy … - Spontaneous symmetry breaking in a quadratically driven nonlinear photonic lattice

Author(s): Vincenzo SavonaWe investigate the occurrence of a phase transition, characterized by the spontaneous breaking of a discrete symmetry, in a driven-dissipative Bose-Hubbard lattice in the pre … - Bloch oscillations and resonant radiation of light propagating in arrays of nonlinear fibers with high-order dispersion

Author(s): A. Yulin, R. Driben, and T. MeierBloch oscillations of spatiotemporal light wave packets in arrays of nonlinear fibers with high-order dispersion are studied. The light wave experiences dis … - Atomically thin semiconductors as nonlinear mirrors

Author(s): Sina Zeytinoǧlu, Charlaine Roth, Sebastian Huber, and Atac İmamoğluWe show that a transition-metal dichalcogenide monolayer with a radiatively broadened exciton resonance would exhibit perf … - General bounds for sender-receiver capacities in multipoint quantum communications

Author(s): Riccardo Laurenza and Stefano PirandolaWe investigate the maximum rates for transmitting quantum information, distilling entanglement, and distributing secret keys between a sender and a re … - Discrete-to-continuous transition in quantum phase estimation

Author(s): Wojciech Rządkowski and Rafał Demkowicz-DobrzańskiWe analyze the problem of quantum phase estimation in which the set of allowed phases forms a discrete $N$-element subset of the whole $[0, ... - Quantum interferometry in multimode systems

Author(s): J. ChwedeńczukWe consider the situation when the signal propagating through each arm of an interferometer has a complicated multimode structure. We demonstrate that the shot-noise level for ... - Nonunitary quantum computation in the ground space of local Hamiltonians

Author(s): Naïri Usher, Matty J. Hoban, and Dan E. BrowneA central result in the study of quantum Hamiltonian complexity is that the $k$-local Hamiltonian problem is quantum-Merlin-Arthur–complete. In ... - Genuinely entangled symmetric states with no $N$-partite correlations

Author(s): S. Designolle, O. Giraud, and J. MartinWe investigate genuinely entangled $N$-qubit states with no $N$-partite correlations in the case of symmetric states. Using a tensor representation fo ... - Expectations of the Kohn-Sham operator in a natural-orbital functional environment: An adiabatic response theory with single and double excitations

Author(s): O. V. GritsenkoA combined adiabatic approach is proposed in which orbital expectations of the Kohn-Sham operator (KSEs) are embedded into the matrix environment of time-dependent phase-incl ... - Interpretation of optical three-dimensional coherent spectroscopy

Author(s): Michael Titze and Hebin LiAs an extension to powerful two-dimensional coherent spectroscopy, optical three-dimensional (3D) coherent spectroscopy has been experimentally implemented and fou ... - Speeding up the antidynamical Casimir effect with nonstationary qutrits

Author(s): A. V. Dodonov, J. J. Díaz-Guevara, A. Napoli, and B. MilitelloThe antidynamical Casimir effect (ADCE) is a term coined to designate the coherent annihilation of excitations due to resonant ... - Time-dependent spin-density-functional-theory description of ${\mathrm{He}}^{+}$-He collisions

Author(s): Matthew Baxter, Tom Kirchner, and Eberhard EngelTheoretical total cross-section results for all ionization and capture processes in the ${\mathrm{He}}^{+}$-He collision system are presented ... - Macroscopic effect of plasmon-driven high-order-harmonic generation

Author(s): Feng Wang, Weiwei Liu, Lixin He, Liang Li, Baoning Wang, Xiaosong Zhu, Pengfei Lan, and Peixiang LuWe present a numerical method to calculate the macroscopic harmonic spectrum generated fro ... - Intensity autocorrelation measurements of frequency combs in the terahertz range

Author(s): Ileana-Cristina Benea-Chelmus, Markus Rösch, Giacomo Scalari, Mattias Beck, and Jérôme FaistWe report on direct measurements of the emission character of quantum cascade laser based frequen ... - Plane-wave coupling formalism for $T$-matrix simulations of light scattering by nonspherical particles

Author(s): Dominik Theobald, Amos Egel, Guillaume Gomard, and Uli LemmerThe computation of light scattering by the superposition $T$-matrix scheme has been restricted thus far to systems made of parti ... - In situ measurement of light polarization with ellipticity-induced nonlinear magneto-optical rotation

Author(s): Derek F. Jackson Kimball, Jordan Dudley, Yan Li, and Dilan PatelA precise, accurate, and relatively straightforward in situ method to measure and control the ellipticity of light resonantly ... - Guided modes in non-Hermitian optical waveguides

Author(s): Elena G. Turitsyna, Ilya V. Shadrivov, and Yuri S. KivsharWe study guided modes in non-Hermitian optical waveguides with dielectric layers having either gain or loss. For the case of a thre ... - Markovian evolution of quantum coherence under symmetric dynamics

Author(s): Matteo Lostaglio, Kamil Korzekwa, and Antony MilneBoth conservation laws and practical restrictions impose symmetry constraints on the dynamics of open quantum systems. In the case of time- ... - Entanglement and the truncated moment problem

Author(s): F. Bohnet-Waldraff, D. Braun, and O. GiraudWe map the quantum entanglement problem onto the mathematically well-studied truncated moment problem. This yields a necessary and sufficient cond ... - Quantum uncertainty relation using coherence

Author(s): Xiao Yuan, Ge Bai, Tianyi Peng, and Xiongfeng MaMeasurement outcomes of a quantum state can be genuinely random (unpredictable) according to the basic laws of quantum mechanics. The Heisenb ... - Arbitrary nuclear-spin gates in diamond mediated by a nitrogen-vacancy-center electron spin

Author(s): J. Casanova, Z.-Y. Wang, and M. B. PlenioWe show that arbitrary $N$-qubit interactions among nuclear spins can be achieved efficiently in solid state quantum platforms, such as nitrogen vac ... - Disorder-assisted distribution of entanglement in $XY$ spin chains

Author(s): Guilherme M. A. Almeida, Francisco A. B. F. de Moura, Tony J. G. Apollaro, and Marcelo L. LyraWe study the creation and distribution of entanglement in disordered $XY$-type spin-$1/2$ chain ... - Operational one-to-one mapping between coherence and entanglement measures

Author(s): Huangjun Zhu, Zhihao Ma, Zhu Cao, Shao-Ming Fei, and Vlatko VedralWe establish a general operational one-to-one mapping between coherence measures and entanglement measures: Any entanglemen ... - Universal measurement-based quantum computation in two-dimensional symmetry-protected topological phases

Author(s): Tzu-Chieh Wei and Ching-Yu HuangRecent progress in the characterization of gapped quantum phases has also triggered the search for a universal resource for quantum computation in symmetric ... - Thermal Casimir-Polder forces on a V-type three-level atom

Author(s): Chen-Ran Xu, Jing-Ping Xu, M. Al-amri, Cheng-Jie Zhu, Shuang-Yuan Xie, and Ya-Ping YangWe study the thermal Casimir-Polder (CP) forces on a V-type three-level atom. The competition between ... - Low-energy electron elastic scattering and impact ionization with hydrogenlike helium in Debye plasmas

Author(s): Jun Li, Song Bin Zhang, Bang Jiao Ye, Jian Guo Wang, and R. K. JanevLow-energy electron elastic scattering and impact ionization with hydrogenlike helium in Debye plasmas have been investig ... - Moving obstacle potential in a spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): Masaya Kato, Xiao-Fei Zhang, and Hiroki SaitoWe investigate the dynamics around an obstacle potential moving in the plane-wave state of a pseudospin-$1/2$ Bose-Einstein condensate with Rash ... - Spin susceptibility and effects of a harmonic trap in the BCS-BEC crossover regime of an ultracold Fermi gas

Author(s): Hiroyuki Tajima, Ryo Hanai, and Yoji OhashiWe theoretically investigate magnetic properties of a trapped ultracold Fermi gas. Including pairing fluctuations within the framework of an exten ... - Vortex precession in trapped superfluids from effective field theory

Author(s): Angelo Esposito, Rafael Krichevsky, and Alberto NicolisWe apply a recently developed effective string theory for vortex lines to the case of two-dimensional trapped superfluids. We do not a ... - Two-level-atom excitation probability for single- and $N$-photon wave packets

Author(s): Hemlin Swaran Rag and Julio Gea-BanaclocheWe study how the transient excitation probability of a two-level atom by a quantized field depends on the temporal profile of the incident pulse, i ... - Squeezed-twin-beam generation in strongly absorbing media

Author(s): Jon D. Swaim and Ryan T. GlasserWe experimentally demonstrate the generation of squeezed, bright twin beams that arise due to competing gain and absorption, in a medium that is overall tran ... - Collective radiation spectrum for ensembles with Zeeman splitting in single-photon superradiance

Author(s): Xiangjin Kong and Adriana PálffyIn an ensemble of identical atoms, cooperative effects like sub- and superradiance may alter the decay rates and the energies of specific transitions may be ... - Theory of passively-mode-locked fiber lasers with phase-modulated square pulses

Author(s): Andrey Komarov, Alexander Dmitriev, Konstantin Komarov, Dmitry Meshcheriakov, Georges Semaan, and François SanchezWe present results of the analysis of square pulses generated in passively- ... - Controlled generation of mixed spatial qudits with arbitrary degree of purity

Author(s): J. J. M. Varga, S. Ledesma, C. Iemmi, and L. RebónWe propose a method for preparing mixed quantum states of arbitrary dimension $D$ ($D≥2$) which are codified in the discretized transverse ... - Control methods for improved Fisher information with quantum sensing

Author(s): Tuvia Gefen, Fedor Jelezko, and Alex RetzkerRecently new approaches for sensing the frequency of time dependent Hamiltonians have been presented, and it was shown that the optimal Fisher in ... - Convex approximations of quantum channels

Author(s): Massimiliano F. Sacchi and Tito SacchiWe address the problem of optimally approximating the action of a desired and unavailable quantum channel $\mathrm{Φ}$ having at our disposal a single ... - Efimov effect for heteronuclear three-body systems at positive scattering length and finite temperature

Author(s): Samuel B. Emmons, Daekyoung Kang, Bijaya Acharya, and Lucas PlatterWe study the recombination process of three atoms scattering into an atom and diatomic molecule in heteronuclear mixtures ... - Site-resolved imaging of single atoms with a Faraday quantum gas microscope

Author(s): Ryuta Yamamoto, Jun Kobayashi, Kohei Kato, Takuma Kuno, Yuto Sakura, and Yoshiro TakahashiWe demonstrate a quantum gas microscope based on the Faraday effect that does not require a stochas ... - Vortex force in compressible spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): L. A. ToikkaUsing a (1+2)-dimensional boson-vortex duality between nonlinear electrodynamics and a two-component compressible Bose-Einstein condensate with spin-orbit (SO) coupling, we obta ... - Continuum of classical-field ensembles in Bose gases from canonical to grand canonical and the onset of their equivalence

Author(s): J. Pietraszewicz, E. Witkowska, and P. DeuarThe canonical and grand-canonical ensembles are two usual marginal cases for ultracold Bose gases, but real collections of experimental runs comm ... - Fano lines in the reflection spectrum of directly coupled systems of waveguides and cavities: Measurements, modeling, and manipulation of the Fano asymmetry

Author(s): Jin Lian, Sergei Sokolov, Emre Yüce, Sylvain Combrié, Alfredo De Rossi, and Allard P. MoskWe measured and analyzed reflection spectra of directly coupled systems of waveguides and cavities. ... - Intracavity Rydberg-atom electromagnetically induced transparency using a high-finesse optical cavity

Author(s): Jiteng Sheng, Yuanxi Chao, Santosh Kumar, Haoquan Fan, Jonathon Sedlacek, and James P. ShafferWe present an experimental study of cavity-assisted Rydberg-atom electromagnetically induced tr ... - Feasibility of an optical fiber clock

Author(s): Ekaterina Ilinova, James F. Babb, and Andrei DereviankoWe explore the feasibility of a fiber clock, i.e., a compact, high-precision, optical lattice atomic clock based on atoms trapped insi ... - Efficient generation of propagation-invariant spatially stationary partially coherent fields

Author(s): Shaurya Aarav, Abhinandan Bhattacharjee, Harshawardhan Wanare, and Anand K. JhaWe propose and demonstrate a method for generating propagation-invariant spatially stationary fields in a cont ... - Collective Rabi dynamics of electromagnetically coupled quantum-dot ensembles

Author(s): Connor Glosser, B. Shanker, and Carlo PiermarocchiRabi oscillations typify the inherent nonlinearity of optical excitations in quantum dots. Using an integral kernel formulation to solve th ... - Radiation damping of a polarizable particle

Author(s): Lukas NovotnyLaser cooling of a particle is analyzed in detail, providing expressions that elucidate the balance between damping and heating.[Phys. Rev. A 96, 032108] Published Thu Sep 07, … - Dissociative ionization of the $\mathrm{H}{}_{2}\mathrm{O}$ molecule induced by medium-energy singly charged projectiles

Author(s): S. T. S. Kovács, P. Herczku, Z. Juhász, L. Sarkadi, L. Gulyás, and B. SulikWe report on the fragmentation of the water molecule by 1 MeV ${\mathrm{H}}^{+}$ and ${\mathrm{He}}^{+}$ and 650 k … - Observation of an extremely-long-lived metastable level in a Ti-like system via an $L$-shell dielectronic recombination measurement in highly charged $3{d}^{n}$ ions of tungsten

Author(s): B. Tu, K. Yao, Y. Shen, Y. Yang, M. C. Li, T. H. Xu, Q. F. Lu, D. Lu, X. Wang, C. Y. Chen, Y. Fu, B. Wei, C. Zheng, L. Y. Huang, G. Xiong, J. M. Yang, B. H. Zhang, Y. J. Tang, R. Hutton, Y. … - Photon-number-resolved asymmetric dissociative single ionization of ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}$

Author(s): Wenbin Zhang, Hui Li, Kang Lin, Peifen Lu, Xiaochun Gong, Qiying Song, Qinying Ji, Junyang Ma, Hanxiao Li, Heping Zeng, Feng He, and Jian WuThe electron-nuclear joint energy spectrum allows … - Polarization gradient cooling of single atoms in optical dipole traps

Author(s): Yue-Sum Chin, Matthias Steiner, and Christian KurtsieferWe experimentally investigate ${σ}^{+}\text{−}{σ}^{−}$ polarization gradient cooling (PGC) of a single $^{87}\mathrm{Rb}$ atom in a t … - Trap effects and the continuum limit of the Hubbard model in the presence of a harmonic potential

Author(s): Davide NigroWe discuss how to perform the continuum limit of the $d$-dimensional Hubbard model in the presence of a harmonic confining potential at zero temperature and fixed particle numbe …