- Maximally entangled states of four nonbinary particles

Author(s): Mario Gaeta, Andrei Klimov, and Jay LawrenceSystems of four nonbinary particles, with each particle having d≥3 internal states, exhibit maximally entangled states that are inaccessible to f … - Quantum network of superconducting qubits through an optomechanical interface

Author(s): Zhang-qi Yin, W. L. Yang, L. Sun, and L. M. DuanWe propose a scheme to realize quantum networking of superconducting qubits based on the optomechanical interface. The superconducting qubits … - Weak, strong, and uniform quantum simulations

Author(s): Dong-Sheng WangIn this work, we introduce different types of quantum simulations according to different operator topologies on a Hilbert space, namely, uniform, strong, and weak quantum sim … - Analytical evaluation of cross sections for double ionization of heliumlike ions by high-energy-photon scattering

Author(s): A. I. Mikhailov and A. V. NefiodovDouble K-shell ionization of two-electron ions in Compton scattering of high-energy photons is investigated. The problem is treated analytically within the … - Chirped multiphoton adiabatic passage for a four-level ladder-type Rydberg excitation

Author(s): Jing Qian, Jingjing Zhai, Lu Zhang, and Weiping ZhangWe develop a multiphoton adiabatic passage to realize a highly efficient Rydberg excitation in a four-level ladder-type atomic system. T … - Spontaneous symmetry breaking in a spin-orbit-coupled f=2 spinor condensate

Author(s): Sandeep Gautam and S. K. AdhikariWe study the ground-state density profile of a spin-orbit-coupled f=2 spinor condensate in a quasi-one-dimensional trap. The Hamiltonian of the system is in … - Nonequilibrium dynamics of an ultracold dipolar gas

Author(s): A. G. Sykes and J. L. BohnWe study the relaxation and damping dynamics of an ultracold, but not quantum degenerate, gas consisting of dipolar particles. These simulations are performed usin … - Critical wetting, first-order wetting, and prewetting phase transitions in binary mixtures of Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): B. Van Schaeybroeck and J. O. IndekeuAn ultralow-temperature binary mixture of Bose-Einstein condensates adsorbed at an optical wall can undergo a wetting phase transition in which one of t … - Steady-state mechanical squeezing in an optomechanical system via Duffing nonlinearity

Author(s): Xin-You Lü, Jie-Qiao Liao, Lin Tian, and Franco NoriQuantum squeezing in mechanical systems is not only a key signature of macroscopic quantum effects, but can also be utilized to advance t … - Parametrically coupled fermionic oscillators: Correlation functions and phase-space description

Author(s): Arnab GhoshA fermionic analog of a parametric amplifier is used to describe the joint quantum state of the two interacting fermionic modes. Based on a two-mode generalization of the time-de … - Characteristics of the extreme events observed in the Kerr-lens mode-locked Ti:sapphire laser

Author(s): Alejandro A. Hnilo, Marcelo G. Kovalsky, Mónica B. Agüero, and Jorge R. TredicceKerr-lens mode-locked Ti:sapphire lasers are known to display three coexistent modes of operation: continuous … - Joint measurability, steering, and entropic uncertainty

Author(s): H. S. Karthik, A. R. Usha Devi, and A. K. RajagopalThere has been a surge of research activity recently on the role of joint measurability of unsharp observables in nonlocal features, viz., … - Experimental implementation of quantum gates through actuator qubits

Author(s): Jingfu Zhang, Daniel Burgarth, Raymond Laflamme, and Dieter SuterUniversal quantum computation requires the implementation of arbitrary control operations on the quantum register. In most c … - Single-qubit thermometry

Author(s): Sania Jevtic, David Newman, Terry Rudolph, and T. M. StaceDistinguishing hot from cold is the most primitive form of thermometry. Here we consider how well this task can be performed using … - Coulomb and dipole effects in tunneling ionization of molecules including nuclear motion

Author(s): Jens Svensmark, Oleg I. Tolstikhin, and Lars Bojer MadsenWe study tunneling ionization in a one-dimensional three-body model of a molecule, treating both electronic and nuclear degrees of f … - Model for the overall phase-space acceptance in a Zeeman decelerator

Author(s): Katrin Dulitz, Nicolas Vanhaecke, and Timothy P. SoftleyWe present a formalism to calculate phase-space acceptance in a Zeeman decelerator. Using parameters closely mimicking previous Zeema … - Spectral correlation measurements at the Hong-Ou-Mandel interference dip

Author(s): T. Gerrits, F. Marsili, V. B. Verma, L. K. Shalm, M. Shaw, R. P. Mirin, and S. W. NamWe present an efficient tool capable of measuring the spectral correlations between photons emerging fro … - Feshbach resonances in Kerr frequency combs

Author(s): Andrey B. Matsko and Lute MalekiWe show that both the power and repetition rate of a frequency comb generated in a nonlinear ring resonator, pumped with continuous-wave (cw) coherent light, … - Lowest-order relativistic corrections to the fundamental limits of nonlinear-optical coefficients

Author(s): Nathan J. DawsonThe effects of small relativistic corrections to the off-resonant polarizability, hyperpolarizability, and second hyperpolarizability are investigated. Corrections to linear … - Self-sustained oscillation and dynamical multistability of optomechanical systems in the extremely-large-amplitude regime

Author(s): Ming Gao, Fu-Chuan Lei, Chun-Guang Du, and Gui-Lu LongOptomechanics is concerned with the coupling between optical cavities and mechanical resonators. Most early works are concentrated in t … - Long-range atom-wall interactions and mixing terms: Metastable hydrogen

Author(s): U. D. JentschuraThe interaction of metastable 2s hydrogen atoms with a perfectly conducting wall is studied, finding the long-range asymptotics of the retarded Casimir–Polder potentials and … - Information-theoretic Bell inequalities based on Tsallis entropy

Author(s): Marek Wajs, Paweł Kurzyński, and Dagomir KaszlikowskiWe numerically investigate entropic Bell inequalities for a pair of entangled qutrits using information-theoretic distances. We show tha … - Entanglement dynamics for uniformly accelerated two-level atoms

Author(s): Jiawei Hu and Hongwei YuWe study, in the paradigm of open quantum systems, the entanglement dynamics of two uniformly accelerated atoms with the same acceleration perpendicular to the separ … - Localizationlike effect in two-dimensional alternate quantum walks with periodic coin operations

Author(s): Carlo Di Franco and Mauro PaternostroExploiting multidimensional quantum walks as feasible platforms for quantum computation and quantum simulation attracts constantly growing attention fro … - Distinguishing maximally entangled states by one-way local operations and classical communication

Author(s): Zhi-Chao Zhang, Ke-Qin Feng, Fei Gao, and Qiao-Yan WenIn this paper, we mainly study the local indistinguishability of mutually orthogonal bipartite maximally entangled states. We construct … - Scattering properties of the 2e^{−}2e^{+} polyelectronic system

Author(s): K. M. Daily, Javier von Stecher, and Chris H. GreeneWe study the 2e−2e+ equal-mass charge-neutral four-body system in the adiabatic hyperspherical framework. The lowest few adiabatic potent … - Depolarization and electric-field frequency shift of ^{3}He by magnetic-field inhomogeneities: Local theory for short mean free path and solution in ^{4}He

Author(s): J. JeenerThe local theory of relaxation of 3He by Brownian motion in an inhomogeneous magnetic field, originally proposed by Gamblin and Carver [Phys. Rev. 138, A946 (1965)PHRVAO10.1103/Phy ... - Correspondence between dark solitons and the type II excitations of the Lieb-Liniger model

Author(s): Tomasz Karpiuk, Tomasz Sowiński, Mariusz Gajda, Kazimierz Rzążewski, and Mirosław BrewczykA one-dimensional model of bosons with repulsive short-range interactions, solved analytically by L ... - Fermi-Ulam problem for solitons

Author(s): Nikolay N. Rosanov and Nina V. VysotinaDynamics of solitons in a one-dimensional trap with motionless and moving walls is studied by the example of bright solitons of an atomic Bose-Einstei ... - Signature of the existence of a coherently condensed state in a dilute gas above the Bose-Einstein-condensate transition temperature

Author(s): Yinbiao Yang and Wen-ge WangWe study quantum coherence properties of a dilute gas at temperatures above, but not much above, the transition temperature of Bose-Einstein condensation. In suc ... - Chromium dipolar Fermi sea

Author(s): B. Naylor, A. Reigue, E. Maréchal, O. Gorceix, B. Laburthe-Tolra, and L. VernacWe report on the production of a degenerate Fermi gas of 53Cr atoms, polarized in the state F=9/2, mF=−9/2, by ... - Energy expectation values of a particle in nonstationary fields

Author(s): Alexander J. SilenkoWe show that the origin of the nonequivalence of Hamiltonians in different representations is a change of the form of the time-derivative operator at a time-dependent un ... - Detection of quantum steering in multipartite continuous-variable Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger–like states

Author(s): Meng Wang, Yu Xiang, Qiongyi He, and Qihuang GongThe multipartite entangled state has drawn broad attention for both foundations of quantum mechanics and applications in quantum information ... - Using weak values to experimentally determine “negative probabilities” in a two-photon state with Bell correlations

Author(s): B. L. Higgins, M. S. Palsson, G. Y. Xiang, H. M. Wiseman, and G. J. PrydeBipartite quantum entangled systems can exhibit measurement correlations that violate Bell inequalities, revealing t ... - Fast and noise-resistant implementation of quantum phase gates and creation of quantum entangled states

Author(s): Ye-Hong Chen, Yan Xia, Qing-Qin Chen, and Jie SongThe “Lewis-Riesenfeld phases” which play a crucial role in constructing shortcuts to adiabaticity may be a resource for the implementation ... - Entanglement detection via some classes of measurements

Author(s): Shu-Qian Shen, Ming Li, and Xue-Feng DuanBased on the mutually unbiased bases, the mutually unbiased measurements and the general symmetric informationally complete positive-operator-valued ... - Radiative lifetime of the ^{1}S_{0} metastable state in doubly charged Kr ions

Author(s): M. Saito, N. Ojima, S. Itoi, and Y. HaruyamaThe radiative lifetime of the 4s24p4 1S0 metastable state in Kr2+ ions has been experimentally determined using an electrostatic ion trap of the ... - Two methods for restricted configuration spaces within the multiconfiguration time-dependent Hartree-Fock method

Author(s): Daniel J. Haxton and C. William McCurdyThe multiconfiguration time-dependent Hartree-Fock (MCTDHF) method has shown promise in calculating electronic dynamics in molecules driven by strong ... - Reexamination of the calculation of two-center, two-electron integrals over Slater-type orbitals. III. Case study of the beryllium dimer

Author(s): Michał Lesiuk, Michał Przybytek, Monika Musiał, Bogumił Jeziorski, and Robert MoszynskiIn this paper we present results of ab initio calculations for the beryllium dimer with a basis set of ... - Importance of the Breit interaction for calculation of the differential cross section for dielectronic recombination with one-electron uranium

Author(s): K. N. Lyashchenko and O. Yu. AndreevCalculation of the differential cross section for dielectronic recombination with one-electron uranium within the framework of quantum electrodynamics is ... - Ultracold chemistry with alkali-metal–rare-earth molecules

Author(s): C. Makrides, J. Hazra, G. B. Pradhan, A. Petrov, B. K. Kendrick, T. González-Lezana, N. Balakrishnan, and S. KotochigovaA first principles study of the dynamics of 6Li(2S)+6Li174Yb(2Σ+)→6Li ... - Measurement of the low-energy Na^{+}-Na total collision rate in an ion-neutral hybrid trap

Author(s): D. S. Goodman, J. E. Wells, J. M. Kwolek, R. Blümel, F. A. Narducci, and W. W. SmithWe present measurements of the total elastic and resonant charge-exchange ion-atom collision rate coeffic ... - Electron-ion collision spectroscopy: Lithium-like xenon ions

Author(s): D. Bernhardt, C. Brandau, Z. Harman, C. Kozhuharov, S. Böhm, F. Bosch, S. Fritzsche, J. Jacobi, S. Kieslich, H. Knopp, F. Nolden, W. Shi, Z. Stachura, M. Steck, Th. Stöhlker, S. Schippers, ... - Photoionization of the 3s^{2}3p^{4}^{3}P and the 3s^{2}3p^{4}^{1}D,^{1}S states of sulfur: Experiment and theory

Author(s): Mathias Barthel, Roman Flesch, Eckart Rühl, and Brendan M. McLaughlinPhotoionization of neutral atomic sulfur in the ground and metastable states was studied experimentally at a photon ener ... - Excitation spectra and hard-core thermodynamics of bosonic atoms in optical superlattices

Author(s): Bao Xu, Hong-Ye Wu, Yi-Cai Zhang, Han-Ting Wang, and Wu-Ming LiuA generalized double-well-basis coupled representation is proposed to investigate excitation spectra and thermodynamics of bo ... - Multiple-time-scale Landau-Zener transitions in many-body systems

Author(s): Jonas LarsonMotivated by recent cold-atom experiments in optical lattices, we consider a lattice version of the Landau-Zener problem. Every single site is described by a Landau-Zener proble ... - Topological defects and inhomogeneous spin patterns induced by the quadratic Zeeman effect in spin-1 Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Dun Zhao, Shu-Wei Song, Lin Wen, Zai-Dong Li, Hong-Gang Luo, and Wu-Ming LiuWe obtain analytically two kinds of inhomogeneous spin domain configurations endowed with time-dependent periodic ... - One-dimensional Fermi gas with a single impurity in a harmonic trap: Perturbative description of the upper branch

Author(s): Seyed Ebrahim Gharashi, X. Y. Yin, Yangqian Yan, and D. BlumeThe transition from “few to many” has recently been probed experimentally in an ultracold harmonically confined one-dimensional ... - Tunable high-order photonic band gaps of ultraviolet light in cold atoms

Author(s): Yan Zhang, Yi-Mou Liu, Xue-Dong Tian, Tai-Yu Zheng, and Jin-Hui WuWe study a five-level quasi-Λ system of cold atoms for achieving high-order photonic band gaps (PBGs) probed by an ultravio ... - Optomechanically induced transparency associated with steady-state entanglement

Author(s): Yong HeWe theoretically investigate a two-cavity optomechanical system in which a cavity (cavity a) couples to a mechanical resonator via radiation pressure and to another cavity (cavity c) ... - Temporal dissipative solitons in a three-level atomic medium confined in a photonic-band-gap fiber

Author(s): M. Facão, S. Rodrigues, and M. I. CarvalhoWe obtained a propagation equation for an optical pulse at an electromagnetically induced transparency window guided on a gas-filled hollow-core ph ... - Analysis of counting measurements on narrowband frequency up-converted single photons and the influence of heralding detector dead time

Author(s): Jaromír Fiurášek, Christoph Baune, Axel Schönbeck, and Roman SchnabelWe present a theoretical model of photon counting measurements on conditionally generated narrowband single-photon state ... - Connection between measurement disturbance relation and multipartite quantum correlation

Author(s): Jun-Li Li, Kun Du, and Cong-Feng QiaoIt is found that the measurement disturbance relation (MDR) determines the strength of quantum correlation and hence is one of the essential facets of t ... - Measurement of holmium Rydberg series through magneto-optical trap depletion spectroscopy

Author(s): J. Hostetter, J. D. Pritchard, J. E. Lawler, and M. SaffmanWe report measurements of the absolute excitation frequencies of 165Ho 4f116sns and 4f116snd odd-parity Rydberg series. The states ... - Bound-state signatures in quenched Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): John P. Corson and John L. BohnWe investigate the dynamics of a homogenous Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) following a sudden quench of the scattering length. Our focus is the time evolution ... - Non-Markovianity and memory effects in quantum open systems

Author(s): S. C. Hou, S. L. Liang, and X. X. YiAlthough a number of measures for quantum non-Markovianity have been proposed recently, it is still an open question whether these measures directly char ... - Sorting photon wave packets using temporal-mode interferometry based on multiple-stage quantum frequency conversion

Author(s): D. V. Reddy, M. G. Raymer, and C. J. McKinstrieAll classical and quantum technologies that encode in and retrieve information from optical fields rely on the ability to selectively manipula ... - Characterization of quantum dynamics using quantum error correction

Author(s): S. Omkar, R. Srikanth, and Subhashish BanerjeeCharacterizing noisy quantum processes is important to quantum computation and communication (QCC), since quantum systems are generally open. T ... - Lifetime measurement of the cesium 6P_{3/2} level using ultrafast pump-probe laser pulses

Author(s): B. M. Patterson, J. F. Sell, T. Ehrenreich, M. A. Gearba, G. M. Brooke, J. Scoville, and R. J. KnizeThe cesium 6P3/2 excited-state lifetime is measured using ultrafast laser pulse excitatio ... - Sound waves and modulational instabilities on continuous-wave solutions in spinor Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Richard S. Tasgal and Y. B. BandWe analyze sound waves (phonons, i.e. Bogoliubov excitations) propagating on continuous-wave (cw) solutions of repulsive F=1 spinor Bose-Einstein condensates ... - Cooling mechanical resonators to the quantum ground state from room temperature

Author(s): Yong-Chun Liu, Rui-Shan Liu, Chun-Hua Dong, Yan Li, Qihuang Gong, and Yun-Feng XiaoGround-state cooling of mesoscopic mechanical resonators is a fundamental requirement for testing of quant ... - Resonator-assisted quantum bath engineering of a flux qubit

Author(s): Xian-Peng Zhang, Li-Tuo Shen, Zhang-Qi Yin, Huai-Zhi Wu, and Zhen-Biao YangWe demonstrate quantum bath engineering for preparation of any orbital state with the controllable phase factor of ... - Kinetic model of trapped finite-temperature binary condensates

Author(s): M. J. Edmonds, K. L. Lee, and N. P. ProukakisWe construct a nonequilibrium theory for the dynamics of two interacting finite-temperature atomic Bose-Einstein condensates and use it to numer ... - Hardy's paradox and measurement-disturbance relations

Author(s): Kazuo Fujikawa, C. H. Oh, and Sixia YuWe establish a quantitative relation between Hardy's paradox and the breaking of the uncertainty principle in the sense of measurement-disturbance ... - Testing the Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt inequality using observables with arbitrary spectrum

Author(s): A. Ketterer, A. Keller, T. Coudreau, and P. MilmanThe Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt inequality applies when measurements with binary outcomes are performed on physical systems under the assump ... - Challenging preconceptions about Bell tests with photon pairs

Author(s): V. Caprara Vivoli, P. Sekatski, J.-D. Bancal, C. C. W. Lim, B. G. Christensen, A. Martin, R. T. Thew, H. Zbinden, N. Gisin, and N. SangouardMotivated by very recent experiments, we consider ... - Bounds for the divisibility-based and distinguishability-based non-Markovianity measures

Author(s): H. MäkeläWe derive an upper bound for the distinguishability-based non-Markovianity measure of a two-level system and prove that for certain master equations the exact value of the measure ... - Iterative methods for finding optimal quantum measurements under minimum-error and minimax criteria

Author(s): Kenji Nakahira, Kentaro Kato, and Tsuyoshi Sasaki UsudaWe investigate the problem of computing optimal quantum measurements in both minimal measuring and minimax strategies. A Belavkin weig ... - Generation of spin-motion entanglement in a trapped ion using long-wavelength radiation

Author(s): K. Lake, S. Weidt, J. Randall, E. D. Standing, S. C. Webster, and W. K. HensingerApplying a magnetic-field gradient to a trapped ion allows long-wavelength radiation to produce a mechanical ... - Analysis of N-qubit perfect controlled teleportation schemes from the controller's point of view

Author(s): Xi-Han Li and Shohini GhoseWe quantitatively analyze and evaluate the controller's power in N-qubit controlled teleportation schemes. We calculate the minimum control power required to ... - Class of unambiguous state discrimination problems achievable by separable measurements but impossible by local operations and classical communication

Author(s): Scott M. CohenWe consider an infinite class of unambiguous quantum state discrimination problems on multipartite systems, described by Hilbert space H, of any number of parties. Restricting ... - Efficient preparation and detection of microwave dressed-state qubits and qutrits with trapped ions

Author(s): J. Randall, S. Weidt, E. D. Standing, K. Lake, S. C. Webster, D. F. Murgia, T. Navickas, K. Roth, and W. K. HensingerA method for preparing and detecting all eigenstates of a three-level mi ... - Tracing part-per-billion line shifts with direct-frequency-comb Vernier spectroscopy

Author(s): M. Siciliani de Cumis, R. Eramo, N. Coluccelli, M. Cassinerio, G. Galzerano, P. Laporta, P. De Natale, and P. Cancio PastorAccurate frequency measurements of molecular transitions around 2 ... - Effect of multiple conduction bands on high-harmonic emission from dielectrics

Author(s): Peter G. Hawkins, Misha Yu. Ivanov, and Vladislav S. YakovlevWe find that, for sufficiently strong mid-IR fields, transitions between different conduction bands play an important role in th ... - Non-Markovianity degree for random unitary evolution

Author(s): Dariusz Chruściński and Filip A. WudarskiWe analyze the non-Markovianity degree for random unitary evolution of d-level quantum systems. It is shown how the non-Markovianity degree is chara ... - Coupled-qubit Tavis-Cummings scheme for prolonging quantum coherence

Author(s): Amrit DeQubit-qubit interactions can significantly boost quantum coherence times for Bell states. The coherence-time enhancements are, however, not monotonic and there exists a phase where ... - Generation and decay of two-dimensional quantum turbulence in a trapped Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): G. W. Stagg, A. J. Allen, N. G. Parker, and C. F. BarenghiIn a recent experiment, Kwon et al. [Phys. Rev. A 90, 063627 (2014)PLRAAN10.1103/PhysRevA.90.063627] generated a disordered state o … - Stability of a trapped dipolar quantum gas

Author(s): D. Baillie, R. N. Bisset, and P. B. BlakieWe calculate the stability diagram for a trapped normal Fermi or Bose gas with dipole-dipole interactions. Our study characterizes the roles of tra … - Quantum reflection and interference of matter waves from periodically doped surfaces

Author(s): Benjamin A. Stickler, Uzi Even, and Klaus HornbergerWe show that periodically doped, flat surfaces can act as reflective diffraction gratings for atomic and molecular matter waves. The diff … - Validity of the empty-beam correction in near-field imaging

Author(s): C. Homann, T. Hohage, J. Hagemann, A.-L. Robisch, and T. SaldittExtended wavefronts are used for coherent full field imaging of objects based on solving the inverse Fresnel diffraction prob … - Testing numerical implementations of strong-field electrodynamics

Author(s): C. N. Harvey, A. Ilderton, and B. KingWe test current numerical implementations of laser-matter interactions by comparison with exact analytical results. Focusing on photon emission process … - Self-splitting properties of a Hermite-Gaussian correlated Schell-model beam

Author(s): Yahong Chen, Jiaxin Gu, Fei Wang, and Yangjian CaiWe introduce one kind of partially coherent beam with a nonconventional correlation function named the Hermite-Gaussian correlated Schell-m … - Reversing hydride-ion formation in quantum-information experiments with Be^{+}

Author(s): Brian C. Sawyer, Justin G. Bohnet, Joseph W. Britton, and John J. BollingerWe demonstrate photodissociation of BeH+ ions within a Coulomb crystal of thousands of 9Be+ ions confined in a Pen … - Stripe-ordered superfluid and supersolid phases in the attractive Hofstadter-Hubbard model

Author(s): M. IskinWe use microscopic Bogoliubov–de Gennes formalism to explore the ground-state phase diagram of the single-band attractive Hofstadter-Hubbard model on a square lattice. We show that … - One-state vector formalism for the evolution of a quantum state through nested Mach-Zehnder interferometers

Author(s): Karol Bartkiewicz, Antonín Černoch, Dalibor Javůrek, Karel Lemr, Jan Soubusta, and Jiří SvozilíkLinear-optical interferometers play a key role in designing circuits for quantum information … - Transition of entanglement dynamics in an oscillator system with weak time-dependent coupling

Author(s): Rong-Xin Chen, Li-Tuo Shen, Zhen-Biao Yang, and Huai-Zhi WuWe investigate the entanglement dynamics of two harmonic oscillators with a weak time-dependent coupling. We find strong connectio … - Coherent control of multipartite entanglement

Author(s): Seyed Mohammad Hashemi Rafsanjani and Joseph H. EberlyQuantum entanglement between an arbitrary number of remote qubits is examined analytically. We show that there is a nonprobabilistic wa … - Strong experimental guarantees in ultrafast quantum random number generation

Author(s): Morgan W. Mitchell, Carlos Abellan, and Waldimar AmayaWe describe a methodology and standard of proof for experimental claims of quantum random-number generation (QRNG), analogous to well-e … - Hamiltonian gadgets with reduced resource requirements

Author(s): Yudong Cao, Ryan Babbush, Jacob Biamonte, and Sabre KaisApplication of the adiabatic model of quantum computation requires efficient encoding of the solution to computational problems into … - Interconversion of pure Gaussian states requiring non-Gaussian operations

Author(s): Michael G. Jabbour, Raúl García-Patrón, and Nicolas J. CerfA new technique is developed to find existence conditions on entanglement transformations between bipartite pure Gaussian states t … - Bound and resonance states of the dipolar anion of hydrogen cyanide: Competition between threshold effects and rotation in an open quantum system

Author(s): K. Fossez, N. Michel, W. Nazarewicz, M. Płoszajczak, and Y. JaganathenBound and resonance states of the dipole-bound anion of hydrogen cyanide HCN− are studied using a nonadiabatic pseudopo … - Measuring molecular electric dipoles using trapped atomic ions and ultrafast laser pulses

Author(s): Jordi Mur-Petit and Juan José García-RipollWe study a hybrid quantum system composed of an ion and an electric dipole. We show how a trapped ion can be used to measure the small electric fi … - Energy-sharing (e,2e) collisions: Ionization of the inert gases in the perpendicular plane

Author(s): F. K. Miller, H. R. J. Walters, and Colm T. WhelanThe triple differential cross section for ionization of the inert gases He, Ne, Ar, Kr, and Xe in energy-sharing perpendicular plane geomet … - Absolute cross sections for electronic excitation of furan by electron impact

Author(s): Khrystyna Regeta and Michael AllanThe differential cross sections for exciting the three lowest electronically excited states are measured in furan both as a function of the electron energy … - Supersolid with nontrivial topological spin textures in spin-orbit-coupled Bose gases

Author(s): Wei Han, Gediminas Juzeliūnas, Wei Zhang, and Wu-Ming LiuSupersolid is a long-sought exotic phase of matter, which is characterized by the coexistence of a diagonal long-range order of soli … - Mobile impurities and orthogonality catastrophe in two-dimensional vortex lattices

Author(s): M. A. Caracanhas and R. G. PereiraWe investigate the properties of a neutral impurity atom coupled with the Tkachenko modes of a two-dimensional vortex lattice in a Bose-Einstein condensate … - Verification of exceptional points in the collapse dynamics of Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Jonas Brinker, Jacob Fuchs, Jörg Main, Günter Wunner, and Holger CartariusIn Bose-Einstein condensates with an attractive contact interaction the stable ground state and an unstable excited … - Phase structure of spin-imbalanced unitary Fermi gases

Author(s): I. Boettcher, J. Braun, T. K. Herbst, J. M. Pawlowski, D. Roscher, and C. WetterichWe investigate the phase structure of spin-imbalanced unitary Fermi gases beyond mean-field theory by mean … - Nondestructive selective probing of phononic excitations in a cold Bose gas using impurities

Author(s): D. Hangleiter, M. T. Mitchison, T. H. Johnson, M. Bruderer, M. B. Plenio, and D. JakschWe introduce a detector that selectively probes the phononic excitations of a cold Bose gas. The detec … - Steering, splitting, and cloning of an optical beam in a coherently driven Raman gain system

Author(s): Onkar N. Verma and Tarak N. DeyWe propose an all-optical antiwaveguide mechanism for steering, splitting, and cloning of an optical beam without diffraction. We use a spatially inhomogeneou …