- Fine-grained Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen–steering inequalities

Author(s): Tanumoy Pramanik, Marc Kaplan, and A. S. MajumdarWe derive a steering inequality based on a fine-grained uncertainty relation to capture Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen steering for bipartite syste … - Moving perturbation in a one-dimensional Fermi gas

Author(s): A.-M. Visuri, D.-H. Kim, J. J. Kinnunen, F. Massel, and P. TörmäWe simulate a balanced attractively interacting two-component Fermi gas in a one-dimensional lattice perturbed with a moving … - Frequency scaling law for nonlinear Compton and Thomson scattering: Relevance of spin and polarization effects

Author(s): K. Krajewska and J. Z. KamińskiThe distributions of Compton and Thomson radiation for a shaped laser pulse colliding with a free electron are calculated in the framework of quantum and clas … - Non-Markovianity through flow of information between a system and an environment

Author(s): S. Haseli, G. Karpat, S. Salimi, A. S. Khorashad, F. F. Fanchini, B. Çakmak, G. H. Aguilar, S. P. Walborn, and P. H. Souto RibeiroExchange of information between a quantum system and its su … - Heating of trapped ultracold atoms by collapse dynamics

Author(s): Franck Laloë, William J. Mullin, and Philip PearleThe continuous spontaneous localization (CSL) theory alters the Schrödinger equation. It describes wave-function collapse as a dynamical pr … - Observation of decoherence-induced exchange symmetry breaking in an entangled state

Author(s): Hyang-Tag Lim, Jong-Chan Lee, Kang-Hee Hong, and Yoon-Ho KimOne of the most intriguing features of entanglement is that entangled quantum systems exhibit exchange symmetry; that is, local q … - Experimental protection against evolution of states in a subspace via a super-Zeno scheme on an NMR quantum information processor

Author(s): Harpreet Singh, Arvind, and Kavita DoraiWe experimentally demonstrate the freezing of evolution of quantum states in one- and two-dimensional subspaces of two qubits, on an NMR quantum info … - Construction of arbitrary robust one-qubit operations using planar geometry

Author(s): Tsubasa Ichikawa, Jefferson G. Filgueiras, Masamitsu Bando, Yasushi Kondo, Mikio Nakahara, and Dieter SuterWe show how to construct an arbitrary robust one-qubit unitary operation with a co … - Optimal control of a quantum measurement

Author(s): D. J. Egger and F. K. WilhelmPulses to steer the time evolution of quantum systems can be designed with optimal control theory. In most cases it is the coherent processes that can be contro … - Kinematically complete study of electron transfer and rearrangement processes in slow Ar^{16+}-Ne collisions

Author(s): Y. Xue, R. Ginzel, A. Krauß, S. Bernitt, M. Schöffler, K. U. Kühnel, J. R. Crespo López-Urrutia, R. Moshammer, X. Cai, J. Ullrich, and D. FischerThe complete kinematics of single- and doubl … - Quantum engineering of atomic phase shifts in optical clocks

Author(s): T. Zanon-Willette, S. Almonacil, E. de Clercq, A. D. Ludlow, and E. ArimondoQuantum engineering of time-separated Raman laser pulses in three-level systems is presented to produce an ultran … - Photodissociation of Br_{2} molecules in an intense femtosecond laser field

Author(s): Jian Zhang, Shian Zhang, Yan Yang, Shengzhi Sun, Hua Wu, Jing Li, Yuting Chen, Tianqing Jia, Zugeng Wang, Fanao Kong, and Zhenrong SunWe experimentally demonstrate the photodissociation pro … - Phase-dependent field-free molecular alignment and orientation

Author(s): Chaochao Qin, Yuzhu Liu, Xianzhou Zhang, and Thomas GerberWe investigated the temporal behavior of alignment and orientation of LiH following a femtosecond laser pulse excitation comprising … - Mott transition and antiferromagnetism of cold fermions in the decorated honeycomb lattice

Author(s): Heng-Fu Lin, Yao-Hua Chen, Hai-Di Liu, Hong-Shuai Tao, and Wu-Ming LiuWe investigate two-component ultracold fermions loaded in a decorated honeycomb lattice described by the Hubbard model … - Electromagnetically-induced-transparency-like ground-state cooling in a double-cavity optomechanical system

Author(s): Yujie Guo, Kai Li, Wenjie Nie, and Yong LiWe propose to cool a mechanical resonator close to its ground state via an electromagnetically-induced-transparency (EIT)-like cooling mechanism in … - Quantum and classical separability of spin-orbit laser modes

Author(s): L. J. Pereira, A. Z. Khoury, and K. DechoumIn this paper we investigate the quantum noise properties of polarization vortices in connection with an intensity-based Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Hol … - Nonlinear propagation of terahertz pulses in ammonia vapor

Author(s): O. M. Fedotova, O. K. Khasanov, G. A. Rusetsky, J. Degert, and E. FreyszWe consider the propagation of terahertz (THz) pulses resonant with the lowest rotational levels in ammonia vapors at … - Relativistic electron scattering from a freely movable proton in a strong laser field

Author(s): Ai-Hua Liu and Shu-Min LiWe study the electron scattering from the freely movable spin-1/2 proton in the presence of a linearly polarized laser field in the first Born approximation. The dr … - Publisher's Note: Pulling extremely anisotropic lossy particles using light without intensity gradient [Phys. Rev. A 90, 053815 (2014)]

Author(s): Andrey Novitsky and Cheng-Wei Qiu[Phys. Rev. A 90, 059902] Published Mon Nov 24, 2014 - Publisher's Note: Cold atomic media with ultrahigh optical depths [Phys. Rev. A 90, 055401 (2014)]

Author(s): Ya-Fen Hsiao, Hung-Shiue Chen, Pin-Ju Tsai, and Ying-Cheng Chen[Phys. Rev. A 90, 059903] Published Mon Nov 24, 2014 - Fluctuation effects on the transport properties of unitary Fermi gases

Author(s): Boyang Liu, Hui Zhai, and Shizhong ZhangIn this Rapid Communication we investigate the fluctuation effects on the transport properties of unitary Fermi gases in the vicinity of the superflu … - Semiquantum approach for fast atom diffraction: Solving the rainbow divergence

Author(s): M. S. Gravielle and J. E. MiragliaIn this work we introduce a distorted-wave method, based on the initial value representation approach of the quantum evolution operator, in order to improv … - Simple model of a Feshbach resonance in the strong-coupling regime

Author(s): T. Wasak, M. Krych, Z. Idziaszek, M. Trippenbach, Y. Avishai, and Y. B. BandWe use the dressed potentials obtained in the adiabatic representation of two coupled channels to calculate s-wav … - Ultrafast population transfer to excited valence levels of a molecule driven by x-ray pulses

Author(s): D. J. Haxton and C. W. McCurdyFirst-principles quantum-mechanical calculations of an intense-field ultrafast two-color core-hole stimulated Raman process in nitric oxide are presented. They … - Temperature-driven crossover in the Lieb-Liniger model

Author(s): Andreas Klümper and Ovidiu I. PâţuThe large-distance behavior of the density-density correlation function in the Lieb-Liniger model at finite temperature is investigated by means of the rec … - Semitransparency in interaction-free measurements

Author(s): Sebastian Thomas, Christoph Kohstall, Pieter Kruit, and Peter HommelhoffWe discuss the effect of semitransparency in a quantum-Zeno-like interaction-free measurement setup, a quantum-physic … - Detecting non-Markovianity from continuous monitoring

Author(s): Kimmo Luoma, Pinja Haikka, and Jyrki PiiloWe study how non-Markovianity of an open two-level system can be detected when continuously monitoring a part of its bosonic environment. Consideri … - Erratum: Cutoff dependence of the Casimir force within an inhomogeneous medium [Phys. Rev. A 88, 013833 (2013)]

Author(s): S. A. R. Horsley and W. M. R. Simpson[Phys. Rev. A 90, 059901] Published Fri Nov 21, 2014 - Thermal states of random quantum many-body systems

Author(s): Yoshifumi Nakata and Tobias J. OsborneA distribution of thermal states given by random Hamiltonians with a local structure is studied and it is shown that the ensemble of these states monot … - Microwave-assisted coherent and nonlinear control in cavity piezo-optomechanical systems

Author(s): King Yan Fong, Linran Fan, Liang Jiang, Xu Han, and Hong X. TangWe present a cavity piezo-optomechanical system where microwave and optical degrees of freedom are coupled through an ultrahi … - Positronium-atom scattering at low energies

Author(s): I. I. Fabrikant and G. F. GribakinA pseudopotential for positronium-atom interaction, based on electron-atom and positron-atom phase shifts, is constructed, and the phase shifts for Ps-Kr a … - Phase instabilities in semiconductor lasers: A codimension-2 analysis

Author(s): L. Gil and G. L. LippiWe compute the normal form description of a semiconductor laser near its threshold, with the sole assumption that the polarization be related to the electric field thr … - Coherent inelastic backscattering of laser light from three isotropic atoms

Author(s): Andreas Ketterer, Andreas Buchleitner, and Vyacheslav N. ShatokhinWe study the impact of double- and triple-scattering contributions on coherent backscattering of laser light from saturated … - Geometric approach to extend Landau-Pollak uncertainty relations for positive operator-valued measures

Author(s): G. M. Bosyk, S. Zozor, M. Portesi, T. M. Osán, and P. W. LambertiWe provide a twofold extension of Landau-Pollak uncertainty relations for mixed quantum states and for positive operator-val … - Parameter dependence in the atmospheric decoherence of modally entangled photon pairs

Author(s): Alpha Hamadou Ibrahim, Filippus S. Roux, and Thomas KonradWhen a pair of photons that are entangled in terms of their transverse modes, such as an orbital angular momentum (OAM) basis, prop … - Laser–radio-frequency double-resonance spectroscopy of 84−87Rb isotopes trapped in superfluid helium

Author(s): Xiaofei Yang et al.In this paper, we report on a laser spectroscopy measurement of 84−87Rb isotopes in superfluid helium (He ii) at 1.8 K using laser–radio-frequency double-resonance spectr … - Forbidden-line spectroscopy of the ground-state configuration of Cd-like W

Author(s): Z. Fei, W. Li, J. Grumer, Z. Shi, R. Zhao, T. Brage, S. Huldt, K. Yao, R. Hutton, and Y. ZouBy only using electric-dipole forbidden emission lines, in what we label forbidden-line spectrosc … - Cooling and trapping of atoms and molecules by counterpropagating pulse trains

Author(s): V. I. Romanenko, Ye. G. Udovitskaya, A. V. Romanenko, and L. P. YatsenkoWe discuss a possible one-dimensional trapping and cooling of atoms and molecules due to their nonresonant interactio … - Quasiparticle tunneling in a periodically driven bosonic Josephson junction

Author(s): Bettina Gertjerenken and Martin HolthausA resonantly driven bosonic Josephson junction supports stable collective excitations, or quasiparticles, which constitute analogs of the Trojan wave … - Realization of fractional Chern insulators in the thin-torus limit with ultracold bosons

Author(s): Fabian Grusdt and Michael HöningTopological states of interacting many-body systems are at the focus of current research due to the exotic properties of their elementary excitations. In thi … - Damping of Bloch oscillations: Variational solutions of the Boltzmann equation beyond linear response

Author(s): Stephan MandtVariational solutions of the Boltzmann equation usually rely on the concept of linear response. We extend the variational approach for tight-binding models at high entropies to … - Dissipative solitons of self-induced transparency

Author(s): G. T. Adamashvili, D. J. Kaup, and A. KnorrA theory of dispersive soliton of the self-induced transparency in a medium consisting of atoms or semiconductor quantum dots of two types is cons … - Manipulation of Goos-Hänchen shifts in the atomic configuration of mercury via interacting dark-state resonances

Author(s): H. R. Hamedi, Arash Radmehr, and M. SahraiWe study the manipulation of Goos-Hänchen (GH) shifts for the reflected and transmitted probe light pulses injected into a cavity containing four-l … - Complete achromatic optical switching between two waveguides with a sign flip of the phase mismatch

Author(s): Wei Huang, Andon A. Rangelov, and Elica KyosevaWe present a two-waveguide coupler which realizes complete achromatic all-optical switching. The coupling of the waveguides has a hyperbolic-s … - Unextendible entangled bases with fixed Schmidt number

Author(s): Yu Guo and Shengjun WuThe unextendible product basis is generalized to the unextendible entangled basis with any arbitrarily given Schmidt number k (UEBk) for any bipartite system Cd⊗Cd′ (2 … - Effect of dephasing on superadiabatic three-level quantum driving

Author(s): Youssouf Hamidou Issoufa and Azeddine MessikhThe robustness of the three-level transitionless quantum driving proposed by Giannelli and Arimondo [L. Giannelli and E. Arimondo, Phys. Rev. A ... - Nonequilibrium-thermodynamics approach to open quantum systems

Author(s): Vitalii Semin and Francesco PetruccioneOpen quantum systems are studied from the thermodynamical point of view unifying the principle of maximum informational entropy and the hypothesis of ... - Twin paradox with macroscopic clocks in superconducting circuits

Author(s): Joel Lindkvist, Carlos Sabín, Ivette Fuentes, Andrzej Dragan, Ida-Maria Svensson, Per Delsing, and Göran JohanssonWe propose an implementation of a twin-paradox scenario in superconducting ... - Continuous-variable measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution using squeezed states

Author(s): Yi-Chen Zhang, Zhengyu Li, Song Yu, Wanyi Gu, Xiang Peng, and Hong GuoA continuous-variable measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution (CV-MDI QKD) protocol using squeezed stat ... - Universality in Efimov-associated tetramers in He4

Author(s): E. Hiyama and M. KamimuraWe calculated, using seven realistic He4-He4 potentials in the literature, the Efimov spectra of the He4 trimer and tetramer and analyzed the universality of the sy ... - Determination of small level splittings in highly charged ions via angle-resolved measurements of characteristic x rays

Author(s): Z. W. Wu, N. M. Kabachnik, A. Surzhykov, C. Z. Dong, and S. FritzscheIt is shown that small energy-level splittings of resonance states in highly charged ions can be extracted from the angu ... - Relativistic calculations of C6 and C8 coefficients for strontium dimers

Author(s): S. G. Porsev, M. S. Safronova, and Charles W. ClarkThe electric-dipole and quadrupole polarizabilities of the 5s5p3P1o state and the C6 and C8 coefficients for the 1S0+1S0 and 1S0+3P1o dime ... - Statistical product distributions for ultracold reactions in external fields

Author(s): Maykel L. González-Martínez, Olivier Dulieu, Pascal Larrégaray, and Laurent BonnetThe main limitation of most ultracold chemistry studies to date is the lack of an analysis of reaction prod ... - Transmission-line decelerators for atoms in high Rydberg states

Author(s): P. Lancuba and S. D. HoganBeams of helium atoms in Rydberg states with principal quantum number n=52, and traveling with an initial speed of 1950 m/s, have been accelerated, decelerated, an ... - Structure and dynamics of a rotating superfluid Bose-Fermi mixture

Author(s): Linghua Wen and Jinghong LiWe investigate the structure and dynamics of a rotating superfluid Bose-Fermi mixture (SBFM) made of superfluid bosons and two-component (spin-up and -down) super ... - Optomechanical-like coupling between superconducting resonators

Author(s): J. R. Johansson, G. Johansson, and Franco NoriWe propose and analyze a circuit that implements a nonlinear coupling between two superconducting microwave resonators. The resonators are coup ... - Optimization of periodic single-photon sources

Author(s): Peter Adam, Matyas Mechler, Imre Santa, and Mátyás KoniorczykWe introduce a theoretical framework which is suitable for the description of all spatial and time-multiplexed periodic single-p ... - Band gaps induced by vacuum photons in closed semiconductor cavities

Author(s): O. V. Kibis, K. B. Arnardottir, and I. A. ShelykhWe consider theoretically a closed (zero-dimensional) semiconductor microcavity where a confined vacuum photonic mode is coupled to electron ... - Optical runaway evaporation for the parallel production of multiple Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Amita B. Deb, Thomas McKellar, and Niels KjærgaardWe report on parallel production of Bose-Einstein condensates (BECs) in steerable, multiplexed crossed optical dipole traps. Using a conven ... - Violation of classical inequalities by photon frequency filtering

Author(s): C. Sánchez Muñoz, E. del Valle, C. Tejedor, and F. P. LaussyThe violation of the Cauchy-Schwarz and Bell inequalities ranks among the major evidence of the genuinely quantum nature of an em ... - All-optical quantum storage based on spatial chirp of the control field

Author(s): Xiwen Zhang, Alexey Kalachev, and Olga KocharovskayaWe suggest an all-optical quantum memory scheme which is based on the off-resonant Raman interaction of a signal quantum field and a stro ... - Elemental and tight monogamy relations in nonsignaling theories

Author(s): R. Augusiak, M. Demianowicz, M. Pawłowski, J. Tura, and A. AcínPhysical principles constrain the way nonlocal correlations can be distributed among distant parties. These constraints are us ... - Time-optimal thermalization of single-mode Gaussian states

Author(s): Alberto Carlini, Andrea Mari, and Vittorio GiovannettiWe consider the problem of time-optimal control of a continuous bosonic quantum system subject to the action of a Markovian dissipation ... - Tuning the Casimir-Polder interaction via magneto-optical effects in graphene

Author(s): T. Cysne, W. J. M. Kort-Kamp, D. Oliver, F. A. Pinheiro, F. S. S. Rosa, and C. FarinaWe investigate the dispersive Casimir–Polder interaction between a rubidium atom and a suspended graphen ... - Electron avoidance: A nonlocal radius for strong correlation

Author(s): Lucas O. Wagner and Paola Gori-GiorgiWe present here a model of the exchange-correlation hole for strongly correlated systems using a simple nonlocal generalization of the Wigner-Seitz radi ... - Ab initio study of radium monofluoride (RaF) as a candidate to search for parity- and time-and-parity–violation effects

Author(s): A. D. Kudashov, A. N. Petrov, L. V. Skripnikov, N. S. Mosyagin, T. A. Isaev, R. Berger, and A. V. TitovRelativistic ab initio calculations have been performed to assess the suitability of R ... - Energy and angular distribution of electrons in ionization of He and Ne by 6-MeV/u bare carbon ions: Comparison with continuum-distorted-wave eikonal-initial-state calculations in prior and post forms

Author(s): Shubhadeep Biswas, D. Misra, J. M. Monti, C. A. Tachino, R. D. Rivarola, and L. C. TribediWe have measured the absolute double-differential cross sections (DDCS) for electron emission in io ... - Toolkit for semiclassical computations for strongly driven molecules: Frustrated ionization of H2 driven by elliptical laser fields

Author(s): H. Price, C. Lazarou, and A. EmmanouilidouWe study the formation of highly excited neutral atoms during the breakup of strongly driven molecules. Past work on this significant phenomenon ha ... - Sound-induced vortex interactions in a zero-temperature two-dimensional superfluid

Author(s): Andrew Lucas and Piotr SurówkaWe present a systematic derivation of the effective action for interacting vortices in a nonrelativistic two-dimensional superfluid described by the Gross-Pita ... - Destruction of long-range order by quenching of the hopping range in one dimension

Author(s): Masaki Tezuka, Antonio M. García-García, and Miguel A. CazalillaWe study the dynamics in a one-dimensional hard-core Bose gas with power-law hopping after an abrupt reduction of the hopping ... - Virial coefficients for trapped Bose and Fermi gases beyond the unitary limit: An S-matrix approach

Author(s): Edgar Marcelino, André Nicolai, Itzhak Roditi, and André LeClairWe study the virial expansion for three-dimensional Bose and Fermi gases at finite temperature using an approximation that on ... - Fixed-node diffusion Monte Carlo study of the BCS-BEC crossover in a bilayer system of fermionic dipoles

Author(s): N. Matveeva and S. GiorginiWe investigate the BCS-BEC crossover in a bilayer system of fermionic dipoles at zero temperature using the fixed-node diffusion Monte Carlo technique. The dipole ... - Transmissive optomechanical platforms with engineered spatial defects

Author(s): Edoardo Tignone, Guido Pupillo, and Claudiu GenesLinear optomechanical photon-phonon couplings in the membrane-in-the-middle setup can be enhanced by taking a multielement approach as it wa ... - Enhanced optical nonlinearity and fiber-optical frequency comb controlled by a single atom in a whispering-gallery-mode microtoroid resonator

Author(s): Jiahua Li, Suzhen Zhang, Rong Yu, Duo Zhang, and Ying WuBased on a single atom coupled to a fiber-coupled, chip-based microresonator [B. Dayan et al., Science 319, 1062 (2008)SCIEAS10.1126/ ... - Scheme for entanglement generation in an atom-cavity system via dissipation

Author(s): Shi-Lei Su, Xiao-Qiang Shao, Hong-Fu Wang, and Shou ZhangWe propose a dissipative scheme to generate a maximally entangled state for two Λ-type atoms trapped in an optical cavity. Different ... - General fine-grained uncertainty relation and the second law of thermodynamics

Author(s): Li-Hang Ren and Heng FanWe investigate the fine-grained uncertainty relations for qubit systems by measurements corresponding respectively to two and three spin operators. Then we derive th ... - Resource requirements for a fault-tolerant quantum Fourier transform

Author(s): Hayato GotoWe investigate resource requirements for a fault-tolerant quantum Fourier transform. The quantum Fourier transform is a basic subroutine for quantum algorithms which provide an e ... - Mismatched-basis statistics enable quantum key distribution with uncharacterized qubit sources

Author(s): Zhen-Qiang Yin, Chi-Hang Fred Fung, Xiongfeng Ma, Chun-Mei Zhang, Hong-Wei Li, Wei Chen, Shuang Wang, Guang-Can Guo, and Zheng-Fu HanIn the postprocessing of quantum key distribution, the r ... - Suppressing correlated noise in signals transmitted over the Gaussian memory channels using a 2N-port splitter and phase flips

Author(s): Ke-Xia Jiang (江克侠), Shi-Quan Zhang (张世全), San-Min Ke (柯三民), and Heng Fan (范桁)A scheme for suppressing the correlated noise in signals transmitted over the bosonic Gaussian memory channels i ... - Hierarchies of multipartite entanglement for continuous-variable states

Author(s): Antonio A. Valido, Federico Levi, and Florian MintertWe derive a hierarchy of separability criteria for multimode continuous-variable systems. They permit one to study in a unified way the ... - Scaling in the correlation energies of atomic ions

Author(s): A. Odriazola, A. González, and E. RäsänenWe show through numerical investigations that the ground-state correlation energies of atomic ions follow an unexpectedly simple scaling relation, E ... - Scattering theory, multiparticle detection, and time

Author(s): John S. Briggs and James M. FeaginWe consider the theory of multiple-particle fragmentation processes in the light of modern multihit position-sensitive detection. First, we give a formulat ... - Interaction of low-energy electrons with dimethyl sulfide and dimethyl disulfide

Author(s): J. S. dos Santos, F. Kossoski, and M. T. do N. VarellaWe report elastic integral cross sections for low-energy electron scattering by gas-phase dimethyl sulfide and dimethyl disulfide, obta ... - Accessing electronic correlations by half-cycle pulses and time-resolved spectroscopy

Author(s): Y. Pavlyukh and J. BerakdarUltrashort nonresonant electromagnetic pulses applied to effective one-electron systems may operate on the electronic state as a position or momentum translation ... - Nonsequential double ionization with time-dependent renormalized-natural-orbital theory

Author(s): M. Brics, J. Rapp, and D. BauerRecently introduced time-dependent renormalized-natural-orbital theory (TDRNOT) is tested on nonsequential double ionization (NSDI) of a numerically exactly s ... - Dichroism for orbital angular momentum using parametric amplification

Author(s): J. Lowney, T. Roger, D. Faccio, and E. M. WrightWe theoretically analyze parametric amplification as a means to produce dichroism based on the orbital angular momentum (OAM) of an incident ... - Invisible lenses with positive isotropic refractive index

Author(s): Tomáš Tyc, Huanyang Chen, Aaron Danner, and Yadong XuWe analyze the optical properties of the so-called invisible lenses in the wave-optics regime and show that they are practically invisib ... - Generation of rotary beams by interaction of moving solitons in nonlocal media

Author(s): Gilberto Lem-Carrillo, Servando Lopez-Aguayo, and Julio C. Gutiérrez-VegaWe report that nonlocal nonlinear media allow a controlled interaction among coherent solitons with a relative tilt ... - Nonperturbative theory for the dispersion self-energy of atoms

Author(s): Priyadarshini Thiyam, C. Persson, I. Brevik, Bo E. Sernelius, and Mathias BoströmWe go beyond the approximate series expansions used in the dispersion theory of finite-size atoms. We demons ... - Dissipative phase transitions: Independent versus collective decay and spin squeezing

Author(s): Tony E. Lee, Ching-Kit Chan, and Susanne F. YelinWe study the XY model with infinite-range interactions (Lipkin-Meshkov-Glick model) in the presence of dissipation from spontaneous decay. W ... - Entanglement generation between two spinor Bose-Einstein condensates with cavity QED

Author(s): Daniel Rosseau, Qianqian Ha, and Tim ByrnesWe analyze a scheme for generating entanglement between two spinor Bose-Einstein condensates (BECs). The BECs are off-resonantly coupled to a comm ... - Upper bound for loss in practical topological-cluster-state quantum computing

Author(s): Adam C. Whiteside and Austin G. FowlerThe surface code cannot be used when qubits vanish during computation; instead, a variant known as the topological cluster state is necessary. It has a ... - Increase of degeneracy improves the performance of the quantum adiabatic algorithm

Author(s): Quntao ZhuangWe propose a strategy to improve the performance of the quantum adiabatic algorithm (QAA) on an NP-hard (nondeterministic-polynomial-time-hard) problem exact cover, by increasi ... - Magic wavelengths for the 23S→21S transition in helium

Author(s): R. P. M. J. W. Notermans, R. J. Rengelink, K. A. H. van Leeuwen, and W. VassenWe have calculated ac polarizabilities of the 23S and 21S states of both He4 and He3 in the range 318 nm to 2.5 ... - Atomic properties of Cd-like and Sn-like ions for the development of frequency standards and search for the variation of the fine-structure constant

Author(s): M. S. Safronova, V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, U. I. Safronova, S. G. Porsev, and M. G. KozlovA high-precision relativistic calculation of Cd-like Nd12+,Sm14+ and Sn-like Pr9+,Nd10+ atomic p ... - Controlling the magnetic-field sensitivity of atomic-clock states by microwave dressing

Author(s): L. Sárkány, P. Weiss, H. Hattermann, and J. FortághWe demonstrate control of the differential Zeeman shift between clock states of ultracold rubidium atoms by means of nonresonant microwave ... - Effect of experimental parameters on optimal transmission of light through opaque media

Author(s): Benjamin R. Anderson, Ray Gunawidjaja, and Hergen EilersSpatial light modulator (SLM) controlled transmission of light through opaque media is a relatively new experimental method with wide ... - Probing two-dimensional Anderson localization without statistics

Author(s): O. Leseur, R. Pierrat, J. J. Sáenz, and R. CarminatiWe investigate the possibility of using the independence of the transmitted speckle pattern on the illumination condition as a signature ... - Atomic diffraction under oblique incidence: An analytical expression

Author(s): Maxime Debiossac and Philippe RoncinThe semiclassical perturbation method developed by Henkel et al. [J. Phys. II 4, 1955 (1994)JPAHER10.1051/jp2:1994242] to model cold-atom diffraction by … - Coherent combs of antimatter from nonlinear electron-positron-pair creation

Author(s): K. Krajewska and J. Z. KamińskiElectron-positron-pair creation in collisions of a modulated laser pulse with a high-energy photon (nonlinear Breit-Wheeler process) is studied by means of st …