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Author(s): Nan Zhao and Zhang-qi YinWe propose an ultrasensitive mass spectrometer based on a coupled quantum-bit-oscillator system. Under dynamical decoupling control of the quantum bit (qubit), the … - Sudden change in dynamics of genuine multipartite entanglement of cavity-reservoir qubits

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Author(s): Erik Lötstedt and Katsumi MidorikawaEjection of core electrons as a result of recollision in a laser-driven carbon atom is theoretically investigated with a quasiclassical model. The model, … - Failure of the local generalized Gibbs ensemble for integrable models with bound states

Author(s): Garry Goldstein and Natan AndreiIn this work we study the applicability of the local generalized Gibbs ensemble (GGE) to integrable one-dimensional systems with bound states. We find that t … - Quench between a Mott insulator and a Lieb-Liniger liquid

Author(s): Garry Goldstein and Natan AndreiIn this work we study a quench between a Mott insulator and a repulsive Lieb-Liniger liquid. We explicitly find the stationary state when a long time has pas … - Phase diffusion in a Bose-Einstein condensate of light

Author(s): A.-W. de Leeuw, E. C. I. van der Wurff, R. A. Duine, and H. T. C. StoofWe study phase diffusion in a Bose–Einstein condensate of light in a dye-filled optical microcavity, i.e., the spreadi … - Quantum magnetism of ultracold atoms with a dynamical pseudospin degree of freedom

Author(s): Tobias Graß, Alessio Celi, and Maciej LewensteinWe consider bosons in a Hubbard lattice with an SU(N) pseudospin degree of freedom which is made dynamical via a coherent transfer term. It i … - Role of ionization-excitation processes in the cross section for direct ionization of heavy atomic ions by electron impact

Author(s): J. L. Zeng, L. P. Liu, P. F. Liu, and J. M. YuanThe contribution to the ionization cross section of ionization-excitation processes by electron impact is usually negligibly small for low- a … - Publisher's Note: Systematic pathway to PT-symmetry breaking in scattering systems [Phys. Rev. A 90, 043809 (2014)]

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Author(s): Mark A. Kowarsky, Lloyd C. L. Hollenberg, and Andrew M. MartinThis paper introduces a theoretical framework for understanding the accumulation of non-Abelian geometric phases in rotating ni … - Pauli equation for a charged spin particle on a curved surface in an electric and magnetic field

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Author(s): Qi Guo, Liu-Yong Cheng, Li Chen, Hong-Fu Wang, and Shou ZhangThe existing distributed quantum gates required physical particles to be transmitted between two distant nodes in the quantum ne … - Detection of multipartite entanglement in spin rings by use of exchange energy

Author(s): I. Siloi and F. TroianiWe investigate multipartite entanglement in rings of arbitrary spins with antiferromagnetic interactions between nearest neighbors. In particular, we show that the no … - High-bit-rate continuous-variable quantum key distribution

Author(s): Paul Jouguet, David Elkouss, and Sébastien Kunz-JacquesHere, we demonstrate that a practical continuous-variable quantum key distribution (QKD) protocol relying on the Gaussian modulation o … - Robustness of controlled quantum dynamics

Author(s): Andy Koswara and Raj ChakrabartiThe control of multilevel quantum systems is sensitive to implementation errors in the control field and uncertainties associated with system Hamiltonian par … - Autler-Townes spectroscopy with interaction-induced dephasing

Author(s): Hao Zhang, Linjie Zhang, Limei Wang, Shanxia Bao, Jianming Zhao, Suotang Jia, and Georg RaithelWe study the effects of Rydberg-atom interactions on Autler-Townes (AT) spectra in a dense gas … - Tailoring azimuthal optical force on lossy chiral particles in Bessel beams

Author(s): Huajin Chen, Neng Wang, Wanli Lu, Shiyang Liu, and Zhifang LinBased on the Mie scattering theory and Maxwell stress tensor method, we investigate the transverse optical force (TOF) acting o … - Atom-dimer scattering and stability of Bose and Fermi mixtures

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Author(s): Clive Emary, J. P. Cotter, and Markus ArndtWe define a quantum witness for high-mass matter-wave interferometers that allows us to test fundamental assumptions of macroscopic realism. We pr ... - Cloning in nonlinear Hamiltonian quantum and hybrid mechanics

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Author(s): Fabian FurrerA big challenge in continuous-variable quantum key distribution is to prove security against arbitrary coherent attacks including realistic assumptions such as finite-size effe ... - Parafermion stabilizer codes

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Author(s): Norm M. Tubman, Ilkka Kylänpää, Sharon Hammes-Schiffer, and David M. CeperleyIn this work we develop tools that enable the study of nonadiabatic effects with variational and diffusion Monte ... - Experimental investigation of the interatomic Coulombic decay in NeAr dimers

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Author(s): W. Chalupczak, P. Josephs-Franks, B. Patton, and S. PustelnyAt the most fundamental level, the performance of atomic sensors is limited by quantum decoherence. The problem of decoherence ha ... - Theoretical analysis of Young-type electron interference in He2++H2 collisions using a semiclassical model

Author(s): G. Oliviéro, V. Pestel, L. Bottey, M. Philippe, and F. FrémontA four-body semiclassical model is developed to describe interferences observed in the angular distribution of Auger electrons ... - Ion-momentum imaging of dissociative-electron-attachment dynamics in acetylene

Author(s): M. Fogle, D. J. Haxton, A. L. Landers, A. E. Orel, and T. N. RescignoWe present experimental results for dissociative electron attachment to acetylene near the 3 eV 2Πg resonance. In partic ... - Heteropairing and component-dependent pseudogap phenomena in an ultracold Fermi gas with different species with different masses

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Author(s): Y. Yang, P. Xu, L. L. Lu, and S. N. ZhuWe propose to engineer the quantum state in a high-dimensional Hilbert space by taking advantage of a χ(2)-modulated nonlinear waveguide array. By var ... - Optimization of the regime of shortening of relativistically strong laser pulses in the process of excitation of a plasma wake wave

Author(s): A. V. Kim, A. G. Litvak, V. A. Mironov, and S. A. SkobelevA detailed theoretical investigation is performed for the self-compression of relativistically strong laser pulses under plasma wak ... - Emission of orbital-angular-momentum-entangled photon pairs in a nonlinear ring fiber utilizing spontaneous parametric down-conversion

Author(s): D. Javůrek, J. Svozilík, and J. Peřina, Jr.We suggest the generation of photon pairs in a thermally induced nonlinear periodically poled silica fiber by spontaneous parametric down-conversi ... - Effect of loss on photon-pair generation in nonlinear waveguide arrays

Author(s): Diana A. Antonosyan, Alexander S. Solntsev, and Andrey A. SukhorukovWe describe theoretically the process of spontaneous parametric down-conversion in quadratic nonlinear waveguide arrays i ... - Dressed four-wave mixing second-order Talbot effect

Author(s): Haixia Chen, Xun Zhang, Dayu Zhu, Chang Yang, Tao Jiang, Huaibin Zheng, and Yanpeng ZhangWe theoretically demonstrate second-order Talbot effect (SOTE) based on entangled photon pairs. The ... - Mode broadening induced by nanoparticles in an optical whispering-gallery microcavity

Author(s): Yuwen Hu, Linbo Shao, Stephen Arnold, Yong-Chun Liu, Cao-Yuan Ma, and Yun-Feng XiaoWe theoretically investigate mode broadening of a high-Q optical whispering-gallery microcavity coupled to ... - Squeezing in a coupled two-mode optomechanical system for force sensing below the standard quantum limit

Author(s): Xunnong Xu and Jacob M. TaylorOptomechanics allows the transduction of weak forces to optical fields, with many efforts approaching the standard quantum limit. We consider force sensing in ... - Adiabatic-Markovian bath dynamics at avoided crossings

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Author(s): Shuo Sun and Edo WaksWe propose a method for deterministic generation of entanglement between a quantum-dot spin and a photon. Entanglement is established by an elastic scattering event fro ... - Hybrid entanglement in a triple-quantum-dot shuttle device

Author(s): J. Mora, E. Cota, and F. RojasWe study the H3×N hybrid entanglement between charge and vibrational modes in a triple-quantum-dot shuttle system. Three quantum dots are linearly connected, w ... - Generation of entanglement in systems of intercoupled qubits

Author(s): Levon Chakhmakhchyan, Claude Leroy, Nerses Ananikian, and Stéphane GuérinWe consider systems of two and three qubits, mutually coupled by Heisenberg-type exchange interaction and interactin ... - Absorption-line-shape recovery beyond the detection-bandwidth limit: Application to the precision spectroscopic measurement of the Boltzmann constant

Author(s): F. Rohart, S. Mejri, P. L. T. Sow, S. K. Tokunaga, C. Chardonnet, B. Darquié, H. Dinesan, E. Fasci, A. Castrillo, L. Gianfrani, and C. DaussyA theoretical model of the influence of detectio ... - Observing dipolar confinement-induced resonances in quasi-one-dimensional atomic gases

Author(s): Tao Shi and Su YiWe develop a theoretical framework for the quasi-low-dimensional confinement-induced resonances (CIRs) of particles with three-dimensional two-body interactions describable ... - Jaynes-Cummings dynamics in mesoscopic ensembles of Rydberg-blockaded atoms

Author(s): I. I. Beterov, T. Andrijauskas, D. B. Tretyakov, V. M. Entin, E. A. Yakshina, I. I. Ryabtsev, and S. BergaminiWe show that Jaynes-Cummings dynamics can be observed in mesoscopic atomic ense ... - Phase separation in a spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): Sandeep Gautam and S. K. AdhikariWe study a spin-orbit (SO)-coupled hyperfine spin-1 Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) in a quasi-one-dimensional trap. For an SO-coupled BEC in a one-dimension ... - Breaking the resilience of a two-dimensional Bose-Einstein condensate to fragmentation

Author(s): Shachar Klaiman, Axel U. J. Lode, Alexej I. Streltsov, Lorenz S. Cederbaum, and Ofir E. AlonA two-dimensional Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) split by a radial potential barrier is investiga ... - Collective excitations of a harmonically trapped, two-dimensional, spin-polarized dipolar Fermi gas in the hydrodynamic regime

Author(s): B. P. van Zyl, E. Zaremba, and J. TowersThe collective excitations of a zero-temperature, spin-polarized, harmonically trapped, two-dimensional dipolar Fermi gas are examined within the Tho ... - Impact of nonradiative line broadening on emission in photonic and plasmonic cavities

Author(s): Pavel Ginzburg, Alexey V. Krasavin, David Richards, and Anatoly V. ZayatsA light-matter interaction modified by the material environment is one of the central topics in quantum electrodynam ... - Cavity-output-field control via interference effects

Author(s): Viorel Ciornea and Mihai A. MacoveiWe show how interference effects are responsible for manipulating the output electromagnetic field of an optical microresonator in the good-cavity limit. ... - Quantum dynamics of a two-level emitter with a modulated transition frequency

Author(s): Mihai Macovei and Christoph H. KeitelThe resonant quantum dynamics of an excited two-level emitter is investigated via classical modulation of its transition frequency while simultaneously ... - Formation and manipulation of optomechanical chaos via a bichromatic driving

Author(s): Jinyong Ma, Cai You, Liu-Gang Si, Hao Xiong, Jiahua Li, Xiaoxue Yang, and Ying WuWe propose a scheme to efficiently manipulate optomechanical systems into and out of chaotic regimes. Here t ... - Dynamic stabilization of an optomechanical oscillator

Author(s): H. Seok, E. M. Wright, and P. MeystreQuantum optomechanics offers the potential to investigate quantum effects in macroscopic quantum systems in extremely well-controlled experiments. In th ... - Continuous-variable cluster-state generation over the optical spatial mode comb

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Author(s): A. Heuer, S. Raabe, and R. MenzelSpontaneous parametric down-conversion (SPDC) in a nonlinear crystal generates two single photons (signal and idler) with random phases. Thus, no first-orde ... - Time-driven quantum master equations and their compatibility with the fluctuation dissipation theorem

Author(s): Jérôme Flakowski, Maksym Osmanov, David Taj, and Hans Christian ÖttingerWe contribute to a long-standing debate on the supposed failure of the fluctuation dissipation theorem (FDT) for the ... - Quantum phase transitions in the noncommutative Dirac oscillator

Author(s): O. Panella and P. RoyWe study the (2 + 1)-dimensional Dirac oscillator in a homogeneous magnetic field in the noncommutative plane. It is shown that the effect of noncommutativity is twofol ... - Relativistic calculations of x-ray emission following a Xe-Bi83+ collision

Author(s): Y. S. Kozhedub, V. M. Shabaev, I. I. Tupitsyn, A. Gumberidze, S. Hagmann, G. Plunien, and Th. StöhlkerWe study the x-ray emission following the collision of a Bi83+ ion with a neutral Xe at ... - Resistive and sympathetic cooling of highly-charged-ion clouds in a Penning trap

Author(s): M. Vogel, H. Häffner, K. Hermanspahn, S. Stahl, J. Steinmann, and W. QuintWe present measurements of resistive and sympathetic cooling of ion clouds confined in a Penning trap. For resistiv ... - Dynamics of correlations in a quasi-two-dimensional dipolar Bose gas following a quantum quench

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Author(s): M. Kamandar Dezfouli, M. M. Dignam, M. J. Steel, and J. E. SipeWe employ a quasimode representation of the adjoint master equation to study nonlinear pair-generation dynamics via spontaneou ... - Mode pairs in PT-symmetric multimode waveguides

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Author(s): C. X. Yu and J. LiuIn this paper we investigate the propagation of an intense linearly polarized laser through an ionizing gaseous medium in the presence of an axial strong magnetic field, ... - Steady-state control in an unstable optomechanical system

Author(s): Nicolas L. Naumann, Sven M. Hein, Andreas Knorr, and Julia KabussWe demonstrate the stabilization of an unstable steady state in an optomechanical system for low and high pump rates. The op ... - Generalized conditional entropy optimization for qudit-qubit states

Author(s): N. Gigena and R. RossignoliWe derive a general approximate solution to the problem of minimizing the conditional entropy of a qudit-qubit system resulting from a local measurement on the qu ... - Certifying quantumness: Benchmarks for the optimal processing of generalized coherent and squeezed states

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Author(s): D. Goebl, W. Roessler, D. Roth, and P. BauerWe present electronic stopping power data for H and He ions in Zn and In obtained from backscattering experiments in the range of low velocities; ... - Adiabatic hyperspherical representation for the three-body problem in two dimensions

Author(s): J. P. D'Incao and B. D. EsryWe explore the three-body problem in two dimensions using the adiabatic hyperspherical representation. We develop the main equations in terms of democratic ... - H2-assisted ternary recombination of H3+ with electrons at 300 K

Author(s): Petr Dohnal, Peter Rubovič, Ábel Kálosi, Michal Hejduk, Radek Plašil, Rainer Johnsen, and Juraj GlosíkStationary afterglow measurements in conjunction with near-infrared absorption spectros ... - Two-dimensional Bose gas of tilted dipoles: Roton instability and condensate depletion

Author(s): A. K. Fedorov, I. L. Kurbakov, Y. E. Shchadilova, and Yu. E. LozovikWe predict the effect of the roton instability for a two-dimensional weakly interacting gas of tilted dipoles in a single ... - Multimode effects in cavity QED based on a one-dimensional cavity array

Author(s): Wei Zhu, Z. H. Wang, and D. L. ZhouWe present a microscopic model of cavity quantum electrodynamics based on a one-dimensional (1D) coupled cavity array (CCA), where a supercavity (SC) is c ... - Spin conservation in high-order-harmonic generation using bicircular fields

Author(s): Emilio Pisanty, Suren Sukiasyan, and Misha IvanovConservation of spin angular momentum in high-harmonic generation is probed using bichromatic counter-rotating high-intensity laser pulses.[ ... - Dynamically decoupled three-body interactions with applications to interaction-based quantum metrology

Author(s): K. W. Mahmud, E. Tiesinga, and P. R. JohnsonA method to dynamically decouple the effects of two-body atom-atom interactions for ultracold bosonic atoms and realize a system dominated by thr ... - Quantum and classical dynamics in adiabatic computation

Author(s): P. J. D. Crowley, T. Đurić, W. Vinci, P. A. Warburton, and A. G. GreenAdiabatic transport provides a powerful way to manipulate quantum states. By preparing a system in a readily initialize ... - Polarization of a quasi-two-dimensional repulsive Fermi gas with Rashba spin-orbit coupling: A variational study

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Author(s): Francesco Piazza and Philipp StrackWe study the far-from-equilibrium statistical mechanics of periodically driven fermionic atoms in a lossy optical resonator. We show that the interplay of ... - Superradiant phase transition in an atom-cavity system combined with intracavity parametric down-conversion

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Author(s): P. de la Hoz, G. Björk, A. B. Klimov, G. Leuchs, and L. L. Sánchez-SotoWe capitalize on a multipolar expansion of the polarization density matrix, in which multipoles appear as successive m ... - Talbot self-imaging in PT-symmetric complex crystals

Author(s): Stefano LonghiThe Talbot effect, i.e., the self-imaging property of a periodic wave in near-field diffraction, is a remarkable interference phenomenon in paraxial systems with continuous tr ... - Quantum gates with phase stability over space and time

Author(s): I. V. Inlek, G. Vittorini, D. Hucul, C. Crocker, and C. MonroeThe performance of a quantum information processor depends on the precise control of phases introduced into the system during q … - Optical atomic clocks with suppressed blackbody-radiation shift

Author(s): A. Kozlov, V. A. Dzuba, and V. V. FlambaumWe study a wide range of neutral atoms and ions suitable for ultraprecise atomic optical clocks with naturally suppressed blackbody-radiation shift … - Effect of nuclear motion on high-order-harmonic generation of H2+ in intense ultrashort laser pulses

Author(s): H. Ahmadi, A. Maghari, H. Sabzyan, A. R. Niknam, and M. VafaeeHigh-order-harmonic generation is investigated for H2+ and D2+ with and without a Born-Oppenheimer approximation by a numerical … - Parametric control in coupled fermionic oscillators

Author(s): Arnab GhoshA simple model of parametric coupling between two fermionic oscillators is considered. Statistical properties, in particular the mean and variance of quanta for a single mode, ar … - Tunable photon statistics in weakly nonlinear photonic molecules

Author(s): Xun-Wei Xu and Yong LiIn recent studies [Liew et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 183601 (2010)PRLTAO10.1103/PhysRevLett.104.183601; Bamba et al., Phys. Rev. A 83, 021802(R) (2011)PLRAAN10.1103/P … - Hamiltonian formulation of the standard PT-symmetric nonlinear Schrödinger dimer

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Author(s): Xiao-song Ma, Xiang Guo, Carsten Schuck, King Y. Fong, Liang Jiang, and Hong X. TangAlthough interference is a classical-wave phenomenon, the superposition principle, which underlies interf … - Role of correlations in the two-body-marginal problem

Author(s): Lin Chen, Oleg Gittsovich, K. Modi, and Marco PianiThe problem of deducing the global properties of correlations of tripartite quantum states based on the knowledge of their bipartite reduc … - Fidelity threshold of the surface code beyond single-qubit error models

Author(s): Pejman Jouzdani, E. Novais, I. S. Tupitsyn, and Eduardo R. MuccioloThe surface code is a promising alternative for implementing fault-tolerant, large-scale quantum information processing. I …