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Author(s): Yang Liu, Xiao Yuan, Cheng Wu, Weijun Zhang, Jian-Yu Guan, Jiaqiang Zhong, Hao Li, Ming-Han Li, Carlos Abellán, Morgan W. Mitchell, Sheng-Cai Shi, Jingyun Fan, Lixing You, Zhen Wang, Xiongf … - Unbounded sequence of observers exhibiting Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen steering

Author(s): Akshata Shenoy H., Sébastien Designolle, Flavien Hirsch, Ralph Silva, Nicolas Gisin, and Nicolas BrunnerA sequential steering scenario is investigated, where multiple Bobs aim at demonstrat … - Carrier-phase estimation for simultaneous quantum key distribution and classical communication using a real local oscillator

Author(s): Tao Wang, Peng Huang, Shiyu Wang, and Guihua ZengThe simultaneous quantum and classical communication (SQCC) protocol is an appealing protocol since it allows continuous-variable quantum ke … - Observation of strong relativistic and distorted-wave effects in $(e,2e)$ electron-momentum spectroscopy of mercury

Author(s): Shenyue Xu, Chao Ma, Enliang Wang, Pengfei Hu, Xing Wang, Yongtao Zhao, Zhongfeng Xu, Jingkang Deng, Chuangang Ning, Alexander Dorn, and Xueguang RenWe report a measurement of the valence o … - Collisional excitation transfer and quenching in $\mathrm{Rb}(5P)$-methane mixtures

Author(s): M. Alina Gearba, Jeremiah H. Wells, Philip H. Rich, Jared M. Wesemann, Lucy A. Zimmerman, Brian M. Patterson, Randall J. Knize, and Jerry F. SellWe have examined fine-structure mixing betwe … - Quantum effect of laser-induced rescattering from the tunneling barrier

Author(s): Meng Han, Peipei Ge, Yiqi Fang, Yongkai Deng, Chengyin Wu, Qihuang Gong, and Yunquan LiuRescattering mediated by intense laser fields is one of the dominant processes in strong-field physic … - Conditions for perfect circular polarization of high-order harmonics driven by bichromatic counter-rotating laser fields

Author(s): John Heslar, Dmitry A. Telnov, and Shih-I ChuRecently, studies of high-order harmonic generation (HHG) from atoms driven by bichromatic counter-rotating circularly polarized laser fields ha … - Trapping and sympathetic cooling of single thorium ions for spectroscopy

Author(s): Karin Groot-Berning, Felix Stopp, Georg Jacob, Dmitry Budker, Raphael Haas, Dennis Renisch, Jörg Runke, Petra Thörle-Pospiech, Christoph E. Düllmann, and Ferdinand Schmidt-KalerPrecision op … - Correlation evolution in dilute Bose-Einstein condensates after quantum quenches

Author(s): J. Pietraszewicz, M. Stobińska, and P. DeuarThe universal forms of quantum density and phase correlations after an interaction quench are found for dilute one-dimensional (1D), 2D, and 3D c … - Sideband cooling of nearly degenerate micromechanical oscillators in a multimode optomechanical system

Author(s): C. F. Ockeloen-Korppi, M. F. Gely, E. Damskägg, M. Jenkins, G. A. Steele, and M. A. SillanpääMultimode optomechanical systems are an emerging platform for studying fundamental aspects of ma … - Hyperbolic modes of a conductor-dielectric interface

Author(s): Evgenii E. NarimanovPlasmon resonance, with strong coupling of light to electrons at a metal-dielectric interface, allows light confinement and control at subwavelength scale. It is fundame … - Revisiting spin-dependent forces mediated by new bosons: Potentials in the coordinate-space representation for macroscopic- and atomic-scale experiments

Author(s): Pavel Fadeev, Yevgeny V. Stadnik, Filip Ficek, Mikhail G. Kozlov, Victor V. Flambaum, and Dmitry BudkerThe exchange of spin-0 or spin-1 bosons between fermions or spin-polarized macroscopic … - Estimation of parameters in circuit QED by continuous quantum measurement

Author(s): Cheng Zhang, Kai Zhou, Wei Feng, and Xin-Qi LiDesigning high-precision and efficient protocols is of crucial importance for quantum parameter estimation in practice. Estimation based on con … - Laser-cooled cesium atoms confined with a magic-wavelength dipole trap inside a hollow-core photonic-bandgap fiber

Author(s): Taehyun Yoon and Michal BajcsyWe report loading of laser-cooled cesium atoms into a hollow-core photonic-band gap fiber and confining the atoms in the fiber's $7\text{−}μ\mathrm{m}$-di … - Angularly resolved two-photon above-threshold ionization of helium

Author(s): Diego I. R. Boll, Omar A. Fojón, C. W. McCurdy, and Alicia PalaciosTwo-photon single ionization of helium is studied for photon energies from the two-photon ionization threshold up to 70 eV … - Attoclock setup with negative ions: A possibility for experimental validation

Author(s): Nicolas Douguet and Klaus BartschatThe presumed connection in attoclock setups between the electron tunneling time and its asymptotic momentum has triggered vigorous debates. In neutral ato … - Measuring average of non-Hermitian operator with weak value in a Mach-Zehnder interferometer

Author(s): Gaurav Nirala, Surya Narayan Sahoo, Arun K. Pati, and Urbasi SinhaQuantum theory allows direct measurement of the average of a non-Hermitian operator using the weak value of the positive se … - Very strong evidence in favor of quantum mechanics and against local hidden variables from a Bayesian analysis

Author(s): Yanwu Gu, Weijun Li, Michael Evans, and Berthold-Georg EnglertThe data of four recent experiments—conducted in Delft, Vienna, Boulder, and Munich with the aim of refuting nonquantum hidden- … - Cryptographic quantum metrology

Author(s): Zixin Huang, Chiara Macchiavello, and Lorenzo MacconeWe develop a general framework for parameter estimation that allows only trusted parties to access the result and achieves optimal preci … - Asymmetric broadcasting of quantum correlations

Author(s): Aditya Jain, Indranil Chakrabarty, and Sourav ChatterjeeIn this work, we exhaustively investigate $1→2$ local and nonlocal broadcasting of entanglement as well as correlations beyond entang … - Local unambiguous discrimination of symmetric ternary states

Author(s): Kenji Nakahira, Kentaro Kato, and Tsuyoshi Sasaki UsudaWe investigate unambiguous discrimination between given quantum states with a sequential measurement, which is restricted to local mea … - Low-energy elastic scattering of positrons by ${\mathrm{O}}_{2}$

Author(s): Wagner Tenfen, Marcos V. Barp, and Felipe ArretcheWe employed the method of continued fractions in conjunction with the positron correlation polarization potential model with different leve … - $(e,\phantom{\rule{0.16em}{0ex}}e+\mathrm{ion})$ study on electron-induced dissociative ionization of ${\mathrm{O}}_{2}$

Author(s): Noboru Watanabe, So Yamada, and Masahiko TakahashiElectron-induced dissociative ionization of ${\mathrm{O}}_{2}$ has been investigated by means of $(e,\phantom{\rule{0.16em}{0ex}}e+\mathrm{ … - Dissociative frustrated multiple ionization of hydrogen chloride in intense femtosecond laser fields

Author(s): Junyang Ma, Hui Li, Kang Lin, Qinying Ji, Wenbin Zhang, Hanxiao Li, Fenghao Sun, Junjie Qiang, Peifen Lu, Xiaochun Gong, and Jian WuThe dissociative frustrated multiple ionization of hydrog … - Universality in ultradilute liquid Bose-Bose mixtures

Author(s): V. Cikojević, L. Vranješ Markić, G. E. Astrakharchik, and J. BoronatWe have studied dilute Bose-Bose mixtures of atoms with attractive interspecies and repulsive intraspecies interactions u … - Parametric resonance of a Bose-Einstein condensate in a ring trap with periodically driven interactions

Author(s): Chen-Xi Zhu, Wei Yi, Guang-Can Guo, and Zheng-Wei ZhouWe study the instability of a ring Bose-Einstein condensate under a periodic modulation of interatomic interactions. The condensate exh … - Time-dependent physical Stokes parameters and degree of polarization of light

Author(s): Jari Turunen and Frank WyrowskiWe extend the concept of the Eberly-Wódkiewicz time-dependent physical spectrum of light to electromagnetic fields by considering the observable time dependen … - Arbitrary $d$-dimensional Pauli $X$ gates of a flying qudit

Author(s): Xiaoqin Gao, Mario Krenn, Jaroslav Kysela, and Anton ZeilingerHigh-dimensional degrees of freedom of photons can encode more quantum information than their two-dimensional counterparts. Whi … - Comment on “Coherent-state path integrals in the continuum”

Author(s): Evgenii KochetovKordas et al. [Phys. Rev. A 90, 032104 (2014)] claim to have established a time-continuous formulation of the path integration in the coherent-state (CS) basis free from the … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Coherent-state path integrals in the continuum’”

Author(s): G. Kordas, S. I. Mistakidis, and A. I. KaranikasIn this Reply we briefly clarify the main points of our method to construct coherent-state path integrals in the continuum and we reply to th … - Necessary and sufficient condition for contextuality from incompatibility

Author(s): Zhen-Peng Xu and Adán CabelloMeasurement incompatibility is the most basic resource that distinguishes quantum from classical physics. Contextuality is the critical resource behind the powe … - Proof of efficient, parallelized, universal adiabatic quantum computation

Author(s): Ari MizelWe give a careful proof that a parallelized version of adiabatic quantum computation can efficiently simulate universal gate model quantum computation. The proof specifies an expli … - Overcomplete quantum tomography of a path-entangled two-photon state

Author(s): L. De Santis, G. Coppola, C. Antón, N. Somaschi, C. Gómez, A. Lemaître, I. Sagnes, L. Lanco, J. C. Loredo, O. Krebs, and P. SenellartPath-entangled $N$-photon states are key resources for q … - Performance of quantum error correction with coherent errors

Author(s): Eric Huang, Andrew C. Doherty, and Steven FlammiaWe compare the performance of quantum error correcting codes when memory errors are unitary with the more familiar case of dephasing noise. … - Signatures of correlated magnetic phases in the two-spin density matrix

Author(s): Sebastian Huber, Fabian Grusdt, and Matthias PunkExperiments with quantum gas microscopes have started to explore the antiferromagnetic phase of the two-dimensional Fermi-Hubbard model and … - Extreme spin squeezing in the steady state of a generalized Dicke model

Author(s): Stuart J. Masson and Scott ParkinsWe present a scheme to generate steady-state atomic spin squeezing in a cavity QED system using cavity-mediated Raman transitions to engineer effective ato … - Directional phase-sensitive amplifier between microwave and optical photons

Author(s): Cheng Jiang, L. N. Song, and Yong LiWe study the directional phase-sensitive amplification between microwave and optical photons in a triple-cavity optomechanical system consisting of three … - Rotating trapped fermions in two dimensions and the complex Ginibre ensemble: Exact results for the entanglement entropy and number variance

Author(s): Bertrand Lacroix-A-Chez-Toine, Satya N. Majumdar, and Grégory SchehrWe establish an exact mapping between the positions of $N$ noninteracting fermions in a two-dimensional rotating harmonic … - Entanglement negativity of fermions: Monotonicity, separability criterion, and classification of few-mode states

Author(s): Hassan Shapourian and Shinsei RyuWe study quantum information aspects of the fermionic entanglement negativity recently introduced [H. Shapourian et al., Phys. Rev. B 95, 165101 (2017)] bas … - Effect of forcing on vacuum radiation

Author(s): Katherine Brown, Ashton Lowenstein, and Harsh MathurVacuum radiation has been the subject of theoretical study in both cosmology and condensed matter physics for many decades. Recently ther … - Subnanometer optical linewidth of thulium atoms in rare-gas crystals

Author(s): Vinod Gaire, Chandra S. Raman, and Colin V. ParkerWe investigate the 1140 nm magnetic-dipole transition of thulium atoms trapped in solid argon and neon. These solids can be straightforward … - Coulomb implosion of tetrabromothiophene observed under multiphoton ionization by free-electron-laser soft-x-ray pulses

Author(s): E. Kukk, H. Myllynen, K. Nagaya, S. Wada, J. D. Bozek, T. Takanashi, D. You, A. Niozu, K. Kooser, T. Gaumnitz, E. Pelimanni, M. Berholts, S. Granroth, N. Yokono, H. Fukuzawa, C. Miron, and … - Absolute single-ion thermometry

Author(s): Vincent Tugayé, Jean-Pierre Likforman, Samuel Guibal, and Luca GuidoniWe describe and experimentally implement a single-ion local thermometry technique with absolute sensitivity adaptable t … - Polarization tagging of two-photon double ionization by elliptically polarized XUV pulses

Author(s): Stefan Donsa, Iva Březinová, Hongcheng Ni, Johannes Feist, and Joachim BurgdörferWe explore the influence of elliptical polarization on the (non)sequential two-photon double ionization of a … - Bethe-ansatz analysis of near-resonant two-component systems in one dimension

Author(s): Tianhao Ren and Igor AleinerWe introduce a type of model of two-component systems in one dimension that can be analyzed by the Bethe-ansatz approach. The interspecies interactions are tunab … - Topological edge states with ultracold atoms carrying orbital angular momentum in a diamond chain

Author(s): G. Pelegrí, A. M. Marques, R. G. Dias, A. J. Daley, V. Ahufinger, and J. MompartWe study the single-particle properties of a system formed by ultracold atoms loaded into the manifold of $l= … - Topological edge states and Aharanov-Bohm caging with ultracold atoms carrying orbital angular momentum

Author(s): G. Pelegrí, A. M. Marques, R. G. Dias, A. J. Daley, J. Mompart, and V. AhufingerWe show that bosonic atoms loaded into orbital angular momentum $l=1$ states of a lattice in a diamond-chain … - Gaussian quantum fluctuations in the superfluid–Mott-insulator phase transition

Author(s): M. Faccioli and L. SalasnichRecent advances in cooling techniques make possible the experimental study of quantum phase transitions, which are transitions near absolute zero temperature acc … - Readout-delay-free Bragg atom interferometry using overlapped spatial fringes

Author(s): P. B. Wigley, K. S. Hardman, C. Freier, P. J. Everitt, S. Legge, P. Manju, J. D. Close, and N. P. RobinsA method for mitigating the readout delay characteristic of Bragg-based atom interfer … - Nonlinear dynamics of a spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): Yongping Zhang, Zhiqian Gui, and Yuanyuan ChenSingle-particle dynamics of a spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensate has recently been investigated in experiments that explore the physic … - Multinanoparticle scattering in a multimode microspheroid resonator

Author(s): You-Ling Chen and Yong-Zhen HuangWe theoretically investigate the scattering of multiple Rayleigh nanoparticles in a microspheroid resonator which supports multiple polar whispering gallery … - Effects of gain saturation on the quantum properties of light in a non-Hermitian gain-loss coupler

Author(s): Saeid Vashahri-Ghamsari, Bing He, and Min XiaoGain saturation is ubiquitous but has not been fully explored in the newly developed field of non-Hermitian optics. On the other hand, the nonc … - Quantum Zeno effect and nonclassicality in a $\mathcal{PT}$-symmetric system of coupled cavities

Author(s): Javid Naikoo, Kishore Thapliyal, Subhashish Banerjee, and Anirban PathakThe interplay between the nonclassical features and the parity-time ($\mathcal{PT}$) symmetry (or its breaking) is st … - Perfect discrimination of nonorthogonal quantum states with posterior classical partial information

Author(s): Seiseki Akibue, Go Kato, and Naoki MarumoSome sets of nonorthogonal quantum states, ubiquitous in quantum cryptography, are shown to be perfectly discriminated if classical partial informat … - Ensemble of Lindblad's trajectories for non-Markovian dynamics

Author(s): Kade Head-Marsden and David A. MazziottiAlthough Lindblad developed a general Markovian theory for open-system dynamics while maintaining the positivity of the density matrix, a practical n … - Classifying superheavy elements by machine learning

Author(s): Sheng Gong, Wei Wu, Fancy Qian Wang, Jie Liu, Yu Zhao, Yiheng Shen, Shuo Wang, Qiang Sun, and Qian WangAmong the 118 elements listed in the periodic table, there are nine superheavy element … - One-way local distinguishability of generalized Bell states in arbitrary dimension

Author(s): Yan-Ling Wang, Mao-Sheng Li, and Zong-Xing XiongIn this paper, we study the distinguishability of arbitrary dimensional generalized Bell states under one-way local operations and classical … - Quantum codes for quantum simulation of fermions on a square lattice of qubits

Author(s): Mark Steudtner and Stephanie WehnerQuantum simulation of fermionic systems is a promising application of quantum computers, but to program them, we need to map fermionic states and operator … - Necessary and sufficient condition of separability for $\mathrm{D}$-symmetric diagonal states

Author(s): A. Rutkowski, M. Banacki, and M. MarciniakFor multipartite states, we consider a notion of $D$ symmetry. For a system of $N$ qubits, it coincides with the usual permutational symmetry. In t … - Fano effect in an ultracold atom-molecule coupled system

Author(s): Yuqing Li, Guosheng Feng, Jizhou Wu, Jie Ma, Bimalendu Deb, Arpita Pal, Liantuan Xiao, and Suotang JiaThe Fano resonance, with a unique asymmetric line shape, is a well-known manifestation … - Extracting phase information on continuum-continuum couplings

Author(s): Anne Harth, Nicolas Douguet, Klaus Bartschat, Robert Moshammer, and Thomas PfeiferIn measurements of relative phases in photoionization processes, the contribution of continuum-continuum (C … - Differences and similarities between lasing and multiple-photon subtracted states

Author(s): T. Lettau and H. A. M. LeymannWe examine the effect that the subtraction of multiple photons has on the statistical characteristics of a light field. In particular, we are interested in the … - Three-dimensional force-field microscopy with optically levitated microspheres

Author(s): Charles P. Blakemore, Alexander D. Rider, Sandip Roy, Qidong Wang, Akio Kawasaki, and Giorgio GrattaA sensing element that explores the features of optical tweezers and atomic force microsc … - Means and covariances of photon numbers in multimode Gaussian states

Author(s): Giuseppe Vallone, Gianfranco Cariolaro, and Gianfranco PierobonIn the field of continuous variables and particularly of Gaussian states an important role is played by the statistics of phot … - Erratum: Clock-related properties of ${\mathrm{Lu}}^{+}$ [Phys. Rev. A 98, 022509 (2018)]

Author(s): S. G. Porsev, U. I. Safronova, and M. S. Safronova[Phys. Rev. A 99, 029901] Published Fri Feb 08, 2019 - Imaging of polarization-sensitive metasurfaces with quantum entanglement

Author(s): Charles Altuzarra, Ashley Lyons, Guanghui Yuan, Christy Simpson, Thomas Roger, Jonathan S. Ben-Benjamin, and Daniele FaccioQuantum entanglement is a key resource that can be exploited for a … - Entangling protocols due to non-Markovian dynamics

Author(s): Nicolás Mirkin, Pablo Poggi, and Diego WisniackiIt is widely spread in the literature that non-Markovianity (NM) may be regarded as a resource in quantum mechanics. However, it is still unc … - Experimental emulation of quantum non-Markovian dynamics and coherence protection in the presence of information backflow

Author(s): Deepak Khurana, Bijay Kumar Agarwalla, and T. S. MaheshWe experimentally emulate, in a controlled fashion, the non-Markovian dynamics of a pure dephasing spin-boson model at zero temperatur … - Heisenberg uncertainty relations for the non-Hermitian resonance-state solutions to the Schrödinger equation

Author(s): Gastón García-Calderón and Jorge VillavicencioResonance (quasinormal) states correspond to non-Hermitian solutions to the Schrödinger equation obeying outgoing boundary conditions which lea … - Repeat-until-success circuits with fixed-point oblivious amplitude amplification

Author(s): Gian Giacomo GuerreschiCertain quantum operations can be built more efficiently through a procedure known as repeat-until-success (RUS). Differently from other nondeterministic quantum oper … - Modeling near ground-state cooling of two-dimensional ion crystals in a Penning trap using electromagnetically induced transparency

Author(s): Athreya Shankar, Elena Jordan, Kevin A. Gilmore, Arghavan Safavi-Naini, John J. Bollinger, and Murray J. HollandPenning traps, with their ability to control planar crystals of tens to hundr … - Stability of matter-wave solitons in a density-dependent gauge theory

Author(s): R. J. Dingwall and P. ÖhbergWe consider the linear stability of chiral matter-wave solitons described by a density-dependent gauge theory. By studying the associated Bogoliubov–de Gennes eq … - Tail-free self-accelerating solitons and vortices

Author(s): Jieli Qin, Zhaoxin Liang, Boris A. Malomed, and Guangjiong DongSelf-accelerating waves in conservative systems, which usually feature slowly decaying tails, such as Airy waves, have drawn g … - Suppressed antibunching via spectral filtering: An analytical study in the two-photon Mollow regime

Author(s): Julian Schleibner, Samir Bounouar, Max Strauß, Stephan Reitzenstein, Andreas Knorr, and Alexander CarmeleMollow physics in the two-photon regime shows interesting features such as versatile … - Rayleigh-Sommerfeld diffraction on a subwavelength scale: Theories and a resolution criterion

Author(s): Yan-ming Gao, Jun-peng Xie, and Xiang-yang YuClassical resolution criteria such as Rayleigh's and Sparrow's are based on the fringe structure produced by Fresnel diffraction or Fr … - Nonlinear phase estimation: Parity measurement approaches the quantum Cramér-Rao bound for coherent states

Author(s): Jian-Dong Zhang, Zi-Jing Zhang, Long-Zhu Cen, Jun-Yan Hu, and Yuan ZhaoQuantum-enhanced phase estimation paves the way for precision measurements and is of great realistic significance. In … - Facets of bipartite nonlocality sharing by multiple observers via sequential measurements

Author(s): Debarshi Das, Arkaprabha Ghosal, Souradeep Sasmal, Shiladitya Mal, and A. S. MajumdarRecently, it has been shown that at most two observers (Bobs) can sequentially demonstrate bipartite non … - Quantitative analysis of losses close to a $d$-wave open-channel Feshbach resonance in $^{39}\mathrm{K}$

Author(s): L. Fouché, A. Boissé, G. Berthet, S. Lepoutre, A. Simoni, and T. BourdelWe study atom losses associated to a previously unreported magnetic Feshbach resonance in $^{39}\mathrm{K}$. This res … - Effective focusing of a diverging atomic beam by a sequence of alternatively chirped few-cycle pulsed laser fields

Author(s): Abdelsalam H. M. Abdelaziz, Parvendra Kumar, and Amarendra K. SarmaWe theoretically show how the effective focusing and defocusing of a diverging atomic beam can be realized using an approp … - Peculiarities of Cherenkov radiation from a charge moving through a dielectric cone

Author(s): A. V. Tyukhtin, S. N. Galyamin, and V. V. VorobevRadiation generated by a charge moving in a vacuum channel through a dielectric cone is analyzed. The size of the conical target is assumed … - Single-photon transfer using levitated cavityless optomechanics

Author(s): Pardeep Kumar and M. BhattacharyaWe theoretically explore a quantum memory using a single nanoparticle levitated in an optical dipole trap and subjected to feedback cooling. This protocol i … - Coherence resonances and band gaps in plasmonic hole arrays

Author(s): Matt Smith and Greg GburWe demonstrate theoretically the existence of optical coherence band gaps by performing simulations of partially coherent light incident on a linear array of circula … - Complete list of tight Bell inequalities for two parties with four binary settings

Author(s): E. Zambrini Cruzeiro and N. GisinWe give the complete list of 175 facets of the local polytope for the case where Alice and Bob each choose their measurements from a set of four binary outc … - Exact solution of time-dependent Lindblad equations with closed algebras

Author(s): Stefano Scopa, Gabriel T. Landi, Adam Hammoumi, and Dragi KarevskiTime-dependent Lindblad master equations have important applications in areas ranging from quantum thermodynamics to dissip … - Closed timelike curves and the second law of thermodynamics

Author(s): Małgorzata Bartkiewicz, Andrzej Grudka, Ryszard Horodecki, Justyna Łodyga, and Jacek WychowaniecOne out of many emerging implications from solutions of Einstein's general relativity eq … - Complex carrier-envelope-phase effect of solid harmonics under nonadiabatic conditions

Author(s): Huiqiao Wang, Yongkang Feng, Silin Fu, Jinbin Li, Xiao Zhang, and Hongchuan DuWe theoretically investigate the carrier-envelope-phase (CEP) effect of laser pulses in the generation of solid … - Time-dependent perturbation theory beyond the dipole approximation for two-photon ionization of atoms

Author(s): Mu-Xue Wang, Hao Liang, Xiang-Ru Xiao, Si-Ge Chen, and Liang-You PengWe develop a time-dependent perturbation theory (PT) beyond the dipole approximation to analyze the two-photon ionizatio … - Goos-Hänchen and Imbert-Fedorov effects in Weyl semimetals

Author(s): Guangzhou Ye, Wenshuai Zhang, Weijie Wu, Shizhen Chen, Weixing Shu, Hailu Luo, and Shuangchun WenThe emergence of Weyl semimetals provides an important opportunity to reexamine the Goos-Hän … - Fast conversion of Dicke states $|{D}_{n}^{(2)}〉$ to $|{D}_{n+1}^{(2)}〉$ by transitionless quantum driving

Author(s): Y. Q. Ji, Y. L. Liu, S. J. Zhou, X. M. Xiu, L. Dong, H. K. Dong, Y. J. Gao, and X. X. YiA scheme is proposed for fast conversion of two-atom Dicke states to three-atom Dickes state and thre … - Transmission characteristics of one-dimensional periodic optical waveguide networks

Author(s): Jian Zheng, Xiangbo Yang, Xian Zhang, Dongmei Deng, and Hongzhan LiuIn this study, the transmission characteristics of one-dimensional (1D) periodic optical waveguide networks (POWNs) compo … - Nonclassically causal correlations without backwards-in-time signaling

Author(s): Tom Purves and Anthony J. ShortWe investigate the relationship between no-backwards-in-time signaling and classically causal correlations. We discover that, unlike the case for two parties, … - Quantum jump metrology

Author(s): Lewis A. Clark, Adam Stokes, and Almut BeigeQuantum metrology exploits quantum correlations in specially prepared entangled or other nonclassical states to perform measurements that exceed … - Intrinsic multipole moments of non-Gaussian wave packets

Author(s): Dmitry Karlovets and Alexey ZhevlakovCharged wave packets with non-Gaussian spatial profiles are shown to possess intrinsic multipole moments. The magnetic dipole moment and the electric qu … - Designs of magnetic atom-trap lattices for quantum simulation experiments

Author(s): A. L. La Rooij, H. B. van Linden van den Heuvell, and R. J. C. SpreeuwWe have designed and realized magnetic trapping geometries for ultracold atoms based on permanent magnetic films. Magne … - Strictly-correlated-electron approach to excitation energies of dissociating molecules

Author(s): Luis Cort, Soeren Ersbak Bang Nielsen, and Robert van LeeuwenIn this work we consider a numerically solvable model of a two-electron diatomic molecule to study a recently proposed approxima … - Jahn-Teller effect in density-functional theory

Author(s): Mark C. Palenik, Brett I. Dunlap, and Daniel GunlyckeJahn and Teller used degenerate perturbation theory to prove that open shell molecules with symmetry Jahn-Teller distort. In that vein, … - Measurement of the strontium triplet Rydberg series by depletion spectroscopy of ultracold atoms

Author(s): Luc Couturier, Ingo Nosske, Fachao Hu, Canzhu Tan, Chang Qiao, Y. H. Jiang, Peng Chen, and Matthias WeidemüllerWe report on the atom loss spectroscopy of strontium Rydberg atoms in a magnet … - Dichroism in two-color above-threshold ionization with twisted XUV beams and intense infrared laser fields

Author(s): Baghdasar Baghdasaryan, Birger Böning, Willi Paufler, and Stephan FritzscheWe theoretically investigate the two-color above-threshold ionization of atoms and ions by twisted XUV Bessel and … - Spatially and temporally controlling electron spin polarization in strong-field ionization using orthogonal two-color laser fields

Author(s): Meng Han, Peipei Ge, Ming-Ming Liu, Qihuang Gong, and Yunquan LiuWe propose a scheme to produce spatially and temporally controlled spin-polarized photoelectrons by strong-field ionization … - Observation of superconductivity and surface noise using a single trapped ion as a field probe

Author(s): K. Lakhmanskiy, P. C. Holz, D. Schärtl, B. Ames, R. Assouly, T. Monz, Y. Colombe, and R. BlattMeasuring and understanding electric-field noise from bulk material and surfaces is important f …