- Quantum state engineering with twisted photons via adaptive shaping of the pump beam

Author(s): E. V. Kovlakov, S. S. Straupe, and S. P. KulikHigh-dimensional entanglement is a valuable resource for quantum communication, and photon pairs entangled in orbital angular momentum (OAM) ar … - Tight steering inequalities from generalized entropic uncertainty relations

Author(s): Tamás Kriváchy, Florian Fröwis, and Nicolas BrunnerWe establish a general connection between entropic uncertainty relations, Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen steering, and joint measurability. Speci … - Pseudo-magnetic-field and effective spin-orbit interaction for a spin-1/2 particle confined to a curved surface

Author(s): Guo-Hua Liang, Yong-Long Wang, Meng-Yun Lai, Hui Liu, Hong-Shi Zong, and Shi-Ning ZhuBy considering the spin connection, we deduce the effective equation for a spin-1/2 particle confined to … - Coherent manipulation of a three-dimensional maximally entangled state

Author(s): Shilong Liu, Zhiyuan Zhou, Shikai Liu, Yinhai Li, Yan Li, Chen Yang, Zhaohuai Xu, Zhaodi Liu, Guangcan Guo, and Baosen ShiMaximally entangled photon pairs with a spatial degree of freedom i … - Quantum Monte Carlo study on the structures and energetics of cyclic and linear carbon clusters ${\mathrm{C}}_{n}$ ($n$ = 1,…,10)

Author(s): B. G. A. Brito, G.-Q. Hai, and Ladir CândidoUsing fixed-node diffusion quantum Monte Carlo (DMC) simulation we investigate the structural properties and energetics of the linear and cyclic … - Universal temperature dependence of the ion-neutral-neutral three-body recombination rate

Author(s): Jesús Pérez-Ríos and Chris H. GreeneA classical approach based on hyperspherical coordinates is used to derive a first-principles formulation of the the ion-neutral-neutral three-body recom … - Optical absorption properties of laser-driven matter

Author(s): Bing Gu and Ignacio FrancoCharacterizing and controlling matter driven far from equilibrium represents a major challenge for science and technology. Here, we develop a theory for the optica … - Dual-species Bose-Einstein condensate of $^{41}\mathrm{K}$ and $^{87}\mathrm{Rb}$ in a hybrid trap

Author(s): A. Burchianti, C. D'Errico, S. Rosi, A. Simoni, M. Modugno, C. Fort, and F. MinardiWe report on the production of a $^{41}\mathrm{K}\text{−}^{87}\mathrm{Rb}$ dual-species Bose-Einstein … - Momentum distribution and coherence of a weakly interacting Bose gas after a quench

Author(s): Giovanni I. Martone, Pierre-Élie Larré, Alessandro Fabbri, and Nicolas PavloffThe time evolution of a weakly interacting uniform atomic Bose gas with a time-dependent nonlinear coupling con … - Time ordering in the classically driven nonlinear Jaynes-Cummings model

Author(s): Tobias Lipfert, Fabian Krumm, Mikhail I. Kolobov, and Werner VogelRecently [F. Krumm and W. Vogel, Phys. Rev. A 97, 043806 (2018)], the detuned and nonlinear Jaynes-Cummings model describin … - Improving the cooling of a mechanical oscillator in a dissipative optomechanical system with an optical parametric amplifier

Author(s): Sumei Huang and Aixi ChenThe ground-state cooling of a macroscopic mechanical oscillator is a crucial prerequisite for implementing the quantum manipulation of the mechanical oscillator. He … - Three-dimensional carrier-envelope-phase map of focused few-cycle pulsed Gaussian beams

Author(s): Miguel A. Porras, Zoltán L. Horváth, and Balázs MajorWe derive an analytical expression that describes the complete three-dimensional carrier-envelope-phase (CEP) distribution in the focal … - Erratum: Ionization spectra of highly Stark-shifted rubidium Rydberg states [Phys. Rev. A 96, 013427 (2017)]

Author(s): Jens Grimmel, Markus Stecker, Manuel Kaiser, Florian Karlewski, Lara Torralbo-Campo, Andreas Günther, and József Fortágh[Phys. Rev. A 98, 069901] Published Wed Dec 12, 2018 - Approximate quantum state reconstruction without a quantum channel

Author(s): Zichen Yang, Ze-Yang Fan, Liang-Zhu Mu, and Heng FanWe investigate the optimal quantum state reconstruction from the cloud to many spatially separated users by a measure-broadcast-prepare s … - Few-body states of bosons interacting with a heavy quantum impurity

Author(s): Shuhei M. Yoshida, Zhe-Yu Shi, Jesper Levinsen, and Meera M. ParishWe consider the problem of a fixed impurity coupled to a small number $N$ of noninteracting bosons. We focus on impurity-b … - Validity of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation in the indirect-dissociative-recombination process

Author(s): Roman Čurík, Dávid Hvizdoš, and Chris H. GreeneAn alternative method is introduced to solve a simple two-dimensional model describing vibrational excitation and dissociation processes durin … - Gauge invariance beyond the electric dipole approximation

Author(s): Ryoji Anzaki, Yasushi Shinohara, Takeshi Sato, and Kenichi L. IshikawaWe study the gauge invariance of the laser-matter interaction. The velocity gauge, where the vector potential is expand … - Double Stern-Gerlach experiments on $\mathrm{Mn}@{\mathrm{Sn}}_{12}$: Refocusing of a paramagnetic superatom

Author(s): Thomas M. Fuchs and Rolf SchäferWe report magnetic double deflection experiments on cryogenically cooled $\mathrm{Mn}@{\mathrm{Sn}}_{12}$ clusters. Refocusing efficiencies of up to 90% are … - Characterization of stimulated excitations in a driven Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): Tao Chen and Bo YanWe apply the time-dependent Hartree-Fock-Bogoliubov (td-HFB) theory to describe the stimulated excitation driven by periodically modulating the interactions in a Bose-Ein … - Partitioned density matrices and entanglement correlators

Author(s): T. Cox and P. C. E. StampThe density matrix of a nonrelativistic quantum system, divided into $N$ subsystems, is rewritten in terms of the set of all partitioned density matrices for the sy … - Two-photon self-Kerr nonlinearities for quantum computing and quantum optics

Author(s): Joshua Combes and Daniel J. BrodThe self-Kerr interaction is an optical nonlinearity that produces a phase shift proportional to the square of the number of photons in the field. At present … - Simulating arbitrary Gaussian circuits with linear optics

Author(s): L. Chakhmakhchyan and N. J. CerfLinear canonical transformations of bosonic modes correspond to Gaussian unitaries, which comprise passive linear-optical transformations as effected by a mu … - Low-energy electron scattering from molecular hydrogen: Excitation of the $X\phantom{\rule{0.16em}{0ex}}{}^{1}{{\mathrm{Σ}}_{g}}^{+}$ to $b\phantom{\rule{0.16em}{0ex}}{}^{3}{{\mathrm{Σ}}_{u}}^{+}$ transition

Author(s): M. Zawadzki, R. Wright, G. Dolmat, M. F. Martin, B. Diaz, L. Hargreaves, D. Coleman, D. V. Fursa, M. C. Zammit, L. H. Scarlett, J. K. Tapley, J. S. Savage, I. Bray, and M. A. KhakooWe prese … - Central frequency of few-cycle laser pulses in strong-field processes

Author(s): J. Venzke, T. Joyce, Z. Xue, A. Becker, and A. Jaron-BeckerWe analyze the role of the difference between the central frequencies of the spectral distributions of the vector potential and th … - Thermalization and localization of an oscillating Bose-Einstein condensate in a disordered trap

Author(s): Che-Hsiu Hsueh, Russell Ong, Jing-Fu Tseng, Makoto Tsubota, and Wen-Chin WuWe numerically simulate an oscillating Bose-Einstein condensate in a disordered trap [Phys. Rev. A 82, 033603 (201 ... - Measuring the local gravitational field using survival resonances in a dissipatively driven atom-optics system

Author(s): Shijie Chai, Julia Fekete, and Mikkel F. AndersenWe do a proof-of-principle demonstration of an atomic gravimeter based on survival resonances of dissipatively driven atoms. Exposing laser- ... - Open quantum systems with local and collective incoherent processes: Efficient numerical simulations using permutational invariance

Author(s): Nathan Shammah, Shahnawaz Ahmed, Neill Lambert, Simone De Liberato, and Franco NoriThe permutational invariance of identical two-level systems allows for an exponential reduction in the com ... - Quantum secure ghost imaging

Author(s): Xin Yao, Xu Liu, Lixing You, Zhen Wang, Xue Feng, Fang Liu, Kaiyu Cui, Yidong Huang, and Wei ZhangIn this work, we propose a scheme of quantum secure ghost imaging (QSGI), which combines te ... - Topological edge states in Rashba-Dresselhaus spin-orbit-coupled atoms in a Zeeman lattice

Author(s): C. Li, F. Ye, X. Chen, Y. V. Kartashov, L. Torner, and V. V. KonotopWe address the impact of spin-orbit coupling on the existence and properties of topological edge states of cold neutral a ... - Time-optimal control of independent spin-1/2 systems under simultaneous control

Author(s): Yunlan Ji, Ji Bian, Min Jiang, Domenico D'Alessandro, and Xinhua PengWe derive the explicit solution of the problem of time-optimal control by a common magnetic field for two independe ... - Experimental evaluation of the nonclassical relation between measurement errors using entangled photon pairs as a probe

Author(s): Masataka Iinuma, Masayuki Nakano, Holger F. Hofmann, and Yutaro SuzukiWe have experimentally evaluated the nonclassical relation between measurement errors in a joint measurement of two non ... - Steering random spin systems to speed up the quantum adiabatic algorithm

Author(s): A. Barış Özgüler, Robert Joynt, and Maxim G. VavilovA general time-dependent quantum system can be driven fast from its initial ground state to its final ground state without generating tra ... - Locally optimal control of continuous-variable entanglement

Author(s): Francesco Albarelli, Uther Shackerley-Bennett, and Alessio SerafiniWe consider a system of two bosonic modes each subject to the dynamics induced by a thermal Markovian environment and we i ... - Dynamical electron vortices in attosecond double photoionization of ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}$

Author(s): J. M. Ngoko Djiokap, A. V. Meremianin, N. L. Manakov, L. B. Madsen, S. X. Hu, and Anthony F. StaraceWe study electron momentum vortices in single-photon double ionization of ${\mathrm{H}}_{ ... - Type-II Zeeman slowing: Characterization and comparison to conventional radiative beam-slowing schemes

Author(s): M. Petzold, P. Kaebert, P. Gersema, T. Poll, N. Reinhardt, M. Siercke, and S. OspelkausWe describe a Zeeman slowing method reported in [New J. Phys. 20, 042001 (2018)] and compare it to con … - Relativistic motion of an Airy wave packet in a lattice potential

Author(s): C. E. CreffieldWe study the dynamics of an Airy wave packet moving in a one-dimensional lattice potential. In contrast to the usual case of propagation in a continuum, for which such a wave … - Emergent interlayer nodal superfluidity of a dipolar Fermi gas in bilayer optical lattices

Author(s): Bo Liu, Peng Zhang, Ren Zhang, Hong Gao, and Fuli LiUnderstanding the interplay between magnetism and superconductivity is one of the central issues in high-temperature superconductors. The … - Center-line intensity of a supersonic helium beam

Author(s): Adrià Salvador Palau, Sabrina D. Eder, Truls Andersen, Anders Komár Ravn, Gianangelo Bracco, and Bodil HolstSupersonic helium beams are used in a wide range of applications, for example, su … - Two-leg-ladder Bose-Hubbard models with staggered fluxes

Author(s): Rashi Sachdeva, Friederike Metz, Manpreet Singh, Tapan Mishra, and Thomas BuschWe investigate the ground-state properties of ultracold atoms trapped in a two-leg ladder potential in the pre … - Solitary waves in optical fibers governed by higher-order dispersion

Author(s): V. I. Kruglov and J. D. HarveyAn exact solitary wave solution is presented for the nonlinear Schrödinger equation governing the propagation of pulses in optical fibers including the effects … - Floquet scattering of light and sound in Dirac optomechanics

Author(s): C. Wurl and H. FehskeThe inelastic scattering and conversion process between photons and phonons by laser-driven quantum dots is analyzed for a honeycomb array of optomechanical cells. Usin … - Determinantal polynomial wave functions induced by random matrices

Author(s): Anthony Mays, Anita K. Ponsaing, and David M. PaganinRandom-matrix eigenvalues have a well-known interpretation as a gas of like-charge particles. We make use of this to introduce a model o … - Creation, storage, and retrieval of an optomechanical cat state

Author(s): R. Y. Teh, S. Kiesewetter, P. D. Drummond, and M. D. ReidWe analyze a method for the creation, storage, and retrieval of optomechanical Schrödinger cat states, in which there is a quantum s … - Unitary equivalence between the Green's function and Schrödinger approaches for quantum graphs

Author(s): Fabiano M. Andrade and Simone SeveriniIn a previous work [Andrade et al., Phys. Rep. 647, 1 (2016)], it was shown that the exact Green's function (GF) for an arbitrarily large (althoug … - Self-testing quantum states and measurements in the prepare-and-measure scenario

Author(s): Armin Tavakoli, Jędrzej Kaniewski, Tamás Vértesi, Denis Rosset, and Nicolas BrunnerThe goal of self-testing is to characterize an a priori unknown quantum system based solely on measurement … - Complementary-multiphase quantum search for all numbers of target items

Author(s): Tan Li, Wan-Su Bao, He-Liang Huang, Feng-Guang Li, Xiang-Qun Fu, Shuo Zhang, Chu Guo, Yu-Tao Du, Xiang Wang, and Jie LinGrover's algorithm achieves a quadratic speedup over classical a … - Enhancing the efficiency of quantum annealing via reinforcement: A path-integral Monte Carlo simulation of the quantum reinforcement algorithm

Author(s): A. RamezanpourThe standard quantum annealing algorithm tries to approach the ground state of a classical system by slowly decreasing the hopping rates of a quantum random walk in the config … - Quantum communication improved by spectral entanglement and supplementary chromatic dispersion

Author(s): Mikołaj Lasota and Piotr KolenderskiImplementations of many quantum communication protocols require sources of photon pairs. However, optimization of the properties of these photons for spe … - Laser and microwave spectroscopy of even-parity Rydberg states of neutral ytterbium and multichannel-quantum-defect-theory analysis

Author(s): H. Lehec, A. Zuliani, W. Maineult, E. Luc-Koenig, P. Pillet, P. Cheinet, F. Niyaz, and T. F. GallagherMeasurements of high-lying even-parity $6sns\phantom{\rule{0.16em}{0ex}}{}^{1}{S}_{0}$ … - Correlation energies for many-electron atoms with explicitly correlated Slater functions

Author(s): Michał Przybytek and Michał LesiukIn this work we propose a composite method for accurate calculation of the energies of many-electron atoms. The dominant contribution to the energy (pair e … - Simultaneous control of harmonic yield and energy cutoff of high-order harmonic generation using seeded plasmonically enhanced fields

Author(s): Irfana N. Ansari, M. S. Mrudul, Marcelo F. Ciappina, Maciej Lewenstein, and Gopal DixitWe study high-order harmonic generation (HHG) driven by seeded plasmonically enhanced fields. On one h … - Nonequilibrium polariton dynamics in a Bose-Einstein condensate coupled to an optical cavity

Author(s): Gábor Kónya, Dávid Nagy, Gergely Szirmai, and Peter DomokosWe study quasiparticle scattering effects on the dynamics of a homogeneous Bose-Einstein condensate of ultracold atoms coupled to … - Phase-modulated single-photon router

Author(s): De-Chun Yang, Mu-Tian Cheng, Xiao-San Ma, Jingping Xu, Chengjie Zhu, and Xian-Shan HuangThe single-photon routing properties in the system composed of two waveguides and two coupled cavitie … - Scaling rules in optomechanical semiconductor micropillars

Author(s): S. Anguiano, P. Sesin, A. E. Bruchhausen, F. R. Lamberti, I. Favero, M. Esmann, I. Sagnes, A. Lemaître, N. D. Lanzillotti-Kimura, P. Senellart, and A. FainsteinSemiconductor pillar microcav … - Quantum master equations for entangled qubit environments

Author(s): Shakib Daryanoosh, Ben Q. Baragiola, Thomas Guff, and Alexei GilchristWe study the Markovian dynamics of a collection of $n$ quantum systems coupled to an irreversible environmental channel … - Dynamical stability of composite quantum particles: When entanglement is enough and when interaction is needed

Author(s): Zakarya Lasmar, Adam S. Sajna, Su-Yong Lee, and Paweł KurzyńskiWe consider an evolution of two elementary quantum particles and ask the question: under what conditions does such a system be … - Controllable dissipation of a qubit coupled to an engineering reservoir

Author(s): H. Z. Shen, Shuang Xu, Su Yi, and X. X. YiThe dynamics and non-Markovianity of an atomic impurity qubit (AIQ) immersed in a structured environment is explored where the AIQ is driven by a t … - Masking quantum information in multipartite scenario

Author(s): Mao-Sheng Li and Yan-Ling WangRecently, Modi et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 230501 (2018)] found that masking quantum information is impossible in a bipartite scenario. This adds another ite … - Development of formalisms based on locally coupled open subsystems for calculations in molecular electronic structure and dynamics

Author(s): Martín A. Mosquera, Leighton O. Jones, Mark A. Ratner, and George C. SchatzQuantum embedding theories model a collection of interacting molecules as a set of subsystems, where each can be t … - Nuclear hyperpolarization of $^{3}\mathrm{He}$ by magnetized plasmas

Author(s): A. Maul, P. Blümler, P.-J. Nacher, E. Otten, G. Tastevin, and W. HeilWe describe a method, referred to as PAMP (polarization of atoms in a magnetized plasma), that allows hyperpolarization … - Grating mirror for diffraction of electrons

Author(s): M. A. R. Krielaart and P. KruitThe ability to imprint a phase pattern onto a coherent electron wave would find many applications in electron optics, in analogy to what is already possible w … - Quantum radiation from a shaken two-level atom in vacuum

Author(s): Lezhi Lo and C. K. LawWe present a nonrelativistic theory of quantum radiation generated by shaking a two-level atom in vacuum. Such radiation has the same origin of photon emission in dyna … - Photon-recoil spectroscopy: Systematic shifts and nonclassical enhancements

Author(s): M. Schulte, N. Lörch, P. O. Schmidt, and K. HammererIn photon-recoil spectroscopy, signals are extracted from recoils imparted by the spectroscopy light on the motion of trapped ions as dem … - Device-independent witness of arbitrary-dimensional quantum systems employing binary-outcome measurements

Author(s): Mikołaj Czechlewski, Debashis Saha, Armin Tavakoli, and Marcin PawłowskiDevice-independent dimension witnesses (DWs) are a remarkable way to test the dimension of a quantum system in a prep … - Near-threshold bound states of the dipole-dipole interaction

Author(s): Tijs Karman, Matthew D. Frye, John D. Reddel, and Jeremy M. HutsonWe study the two-body bound states of a model Hamiltonian that describes the interaction between two field-oriented dipole … - Energy-level structure of ${\mathrm{Sn}}^{3+}$ ions

Author(s): J. Scheers, A. Ryabtsev, A. Borschevsky, J. C. Berengut, K. Haris, R. Schupp, D. Kurilovich, F. Torretti, A. Bayerle, E. Eliav, W. Ubachs, O. O. Versolato, and R. HoekstraLaser-produced Sn … - Multiconfiguration Dirac-Hartree-Fock and configuration-interaction study of $4d−3p$ x-ray transitions in Cu- and Ni-like tungsten ions

Author(s): Karol Kozioł and Jacek RzadkiewiczThe $4d→3p$ x-ray transitions in Cu- and Ni-like tungsten ions have been studied theoretically. The multiconfiguration Dirac-Hartree-Fock (MCDHF) method an … - Improving the state selectivity of field ionization with quantum control

Author(s): Vincent C. Gregoric, Jason J. Bennett, Bianca R. Gualtieri, Ankitha Kannad, Zhimin Cheryl Liu, Zoe A. Rowley, Thomas J. Carroll, and Michael W. NoelThe electron signals from the field ioniz … - Out-of-equilibrium dynamics of multiple second-order quantum phase transitions in an extended Bose-Hubbard model: Superfluid, supersolid, and density wave

Author(s): Keita Shimizu, Takahiro Hirano, Jonghoon Park, Yoshihito Kuno, and Ikuo IchinoseIn this paper, we study the dynamics of the Bose-Hubbard model with the nearest-neighbor repulsion by using t … - Quantum reflection of rare-gas atoms and clusters from a grating

Author(s): G. Rojas-Lorenzo, J. Rubayo-Soneira, S. Miret-Artés, and E. PollakQuantum reflection is a universal property of atoms and molecules when scattered from surfaces in ultracold collisions. Rec … - Quantum fluctuations of a resonantly interacting $p$-wave Fermi superfluid in two dimensions

Author(s): Hui Hu, Brendan C. Mulkerin, Lianyi He, Jia Wang, and Xia-Ji LiuUsing the Gaussian pair fluctuation theory, we investigate quantum fluctuations of a strongly interacting two-dimensional chi … - Generating macroscopic superpositions with interacting Bose-Einstein condensates: Multimode speedups and speed limits

Author(s): Samuel P. Nolan and Simon A. HaineWe theoretically investigate the effect of multimode dynamics on the creation of macroscopic superposition states (spin-cat states) in Bose-Einstein conden … - Gauge-potential-induced rotation of spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Jingjing Jin, Wei Han, and Suying ZhangWe demonstrate that a spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensate can be effectively rotated by adding a real magnetic field to inputting gauge angula … - Violating Bell inequalities with entangled optical frequency combs and multipixel homodyne detection

Author(s): William N. Plick, Francesco Arzani, Nicolas Treps, Eleni Diamanti, and Damian MarkhamWe have theoretically investigated the possibility of using any of several continuous-variable Bell-type … - Proving genuine multiparticle entanglement from separable nearest-neighbor marginals

Author(s): Marius Paraschiv, Nikolai Miklin, Tobias Moroder, and Otfried GühneWe address the question of whether or not global entanglement of a quantum state can be inferred from local properties. Sp … - Hardy's paradox for multisetting high-dimensional systems

Author(s): Hui-Xian Meng, Jie Zhou, Zhen-Peng Xu, Hong-Yi Su, Ting Gao, Feng-Li Yan, and Jing-Ling ChenRecently, an alternative form of Hardy's paradox was introduced for two-setting high-dimensi … - High-dimensional measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution on two-dimensional subspaces

Author(s): Luca Dellantonio, Anders S. Sørensen, and Davide BaccoQuantum key distribution (QKD) provides ultimate cryptographic security based on the laws of quantum mechanics. For point-to-point QKD … - Decoding schemes for foliated sparse quantum error-correcting codes

Author(s): A. Bolt, D. Poulin, and T. M. StaceFoliated quantum codes are a resource for fault-tolerant measurement-based quantum error correction for quantum repeaters and for quantum computation. The … - Selective and efficient quantum process tomography in arbitrary finite dimension

Author(s): Ignacio Perito, Augusto J. Roncaglia, and Ariel BenderskyThe characterization of quantum processes is a key tool in quantum information processing tasks for several reasons: on one hand, it … - Witnessing bipartite entanglement sequentially by multiple observers

Author(s): Anindita Bera, Shiladitya Mal, Aditi Sen(De), and Ujjwal SenWe investigate sharing of bipartite entanglement in a scenario where half of an entangled pair is possessed and projectively meas … - Stark quenching of rovibrational states of ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}^{+}$ due to motion in a magnetic field

Author(s): Jean-Philippe KarrThe motional electric field experienced by an ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}^{+}$ ion moving in a magnetic field induces an electric dipole, so that one-photon dipole transitions betwe … - Irradiation of isolated collagen mimetic peptides by x rays and carbon ions at the Bragg-peak energy

Author(s): M. Lalande, M. Abdelmouleh, M. Ryszka, V. Vizcaino, J. Rangama, A. Méry, F. Durantel, T. Schlathölter, and J.-C. PoullyWe report on an experimental irradiation of isolated peptides by carbo … - Triply excited autodissociating resonant states in the positron-helium system

Author(s): Zong-Chao Yan and Yew Kam HoIn this paper, we present a complex-coordinate rotation calculation for high-lying S-wave resonances in positron-helium scattering. Highly correlated Hylleraas w … - Model for scattering with proliferating resonances: Many coupled square wells

Author(s): Nirav P. Mehta, Kaden R. A. Hazzard, and Christopher TicknorWe present a multichannel model for elastic interactions, composed of an arbitrary number of coupled finite square-well potential … - Real single-loop cyclic three-level configuration of chiral molecules

Author(s): Chong Ye, Quansheng Zhang, and Yong LiSingle-loop cyclic three-level ($\mathrm{Δ}$-type) configuration of chiral molecules was used for enantio-separation in many theoretical works. Conside … - Scaling relations of the time-dependent Dirac equation describing multiphoton ionization of hydrogenlike ions

Author(s): I. V. Ivanova, V. M. Shabaev, Dmitry A. Telnov, and Alejandro SaenzApproximate scaling laws with respect to the nuclear charge are introduced for the time-dependent Dirac equation describin … - Ultrafast nuclear dynamics in the doubly-core-ionized water molecule observed via Auger spectroscopy

Author(s): T. Marchenko, L. Inhester, G. Goldsztejn, O. Travnikova, L. Journel, R. Guillemin, I. Ismail, D. Koulentianos, D. Céolin, R. Püttner, M. N. Piancastelli, and M. SimonWe present a combined e … - Kibble-Zurek scaling of the one-dimensional Bose-Hubbard model at finite temperatures

Author(s): Werner Weiss, Matthias Gerster, Daniel Jaschke, Pietro Silvi, and Simone MontangeroA one-dimensional Bose-Hubbard model for zero and finite temperatures is simulated with tensor network met … - Two-dimensional vortex quantum droplets

Author(s): Yongyao Li, Zhaopin Chen, Zhihuan Luo, Chunqing Huang, Haishu Tan, Wei Pang, and Boris A. MalomedIt was recently found that the Lee-Huang-Yang (LHY) correction to the mean-field Hamiltonian … - Unconditional preparation of nonclassical states via linear-and-quadratic optomechanics

Author(s): Matteo Brunelli, Oussama Houhou, Darren W. Moore, Andreas Nunnenkamp, Mauro Paternostro, and Alessandro FerraroReservoir engineering enables the robust and unconditional preparation of pure … - Geometrical optics and geodesics in thin layers

Author(s): Tomasz RadożyckiThe propagation of a light ray in a thin layer (film) within geometrical optics is considered. It is assumed that the ray is captured inside the layer due to reflecting wall … - Propagation of few-cycle pulses in a nonlinear medium and an integrable generalization of the sine-Gordon equation

Author(s): S. V. Sazonov and N. V. UstinovThe generalized sine-Gordon equation is obtained under the theoretical investigation of interaction of few-cycle pulses in a nonlinear medium modeled by a set … - Enhancing nanomechanical squeezing by atomic interactions in a hybrid atom-optomechanical system

Author(s): Niklas Mann and Michael ThorwartIn a hybrid atom-optomechanical system, the optical coupling of a mechanical mode of a nanomembrane in an optical cavity with a distant interacting atom gas … - Fine characteristics of polarization singularities in a three-dimensional electromagnetic field and their properties in the near field of a metallic nanospheroid

Author(s): K. S. Grigoriev, N. Yu. Kuznetsov, Yu. V. Vladimirova, and V. A. MakarovIsotropy parameters of truly linear (${L}^{T}$) and truly circular (${C}^{T}$) polarization singularities in a three- … - Steering criteria from general entropic uncertainty relations

Author(s): Ana C. S. Costa, Roope Uola, and Otfried GühneThe effect of steering describes a possible action at a distance via measurements but characterizing the quantum states that can be used for th … - Enhanced many-body effects in the excitation spectrum of a weakly interacting rotating Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): Raphael Beinke, Lorenz S. Cederbaum, and Ofir E. AlonThe excitation spectrum of a highly condensed two-dimensional trapped Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) is investigated within the rotating … - Diagrammatic treatment of few-photon scattering from a Rydberg-blockaded atomic ensemble in a cavity

Author(s): A. Grankin, P. Grangier, and E. BrionIn a previous Letter [A. Grankin et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 117, 253602 (2016)] we studied the giant optical nonlinearities of a Rydberg atomic medium wit … - Ultracompact low-pass modal filters based on shortcuts to adiabaticity

Author(s): Giuseppe Della ValleA versatile approach to the design of photonic ultracompact low-pass modal filters is proposed. The idea stems from the shortcut to adiabaticity protocol, originally dev … - Controlling non-Markovian dynamics using a light-based structured environment

Author(s): Daniel F. Urrego, Jefferson Flórez, Jiří Svozilík, Mayerlin Nuñez, and Alejandra ValenciaNon-Markovian dynamics is simulated in an optical platform, allowing the identification and control … - Universal symmetry-breaking dynamics for the Kerr interaction of counterpropagating light in dielectric ring resonators

Author(s): Michael T. M. Woodley, Jonathan M. Silver, Lewis Hill, François Copie, Leonardo Del Bino, Shuangyou Zhang, Gian-Luca Oppo, and Pascal Del'HayeSpontaneous symmetry breaking is an import …