- High-resolution x-ray-emission study of 1s4p and 1s3d two-electron photoexcitations in Kr

Author(s): M. Kavčič, M. Žitnik, D. Sokaras, T.-C. Weng, R. Alonso-Mori, D. Nordlund, J.-Cl. Dousse, and J. HoszowskaHigh-energy-resolution photoexcited KN2,3 x-ray-emission measurements were carried … - Time-resolved pump-probe spectroscopy to follow valence electronic motion in molecules: Application

Author(s): Anthony D. Dutoi and Lorenz S. CederbaumNumerical experiments are performed using a recently published formalism [Phys. Rev. A 88, 013419 (2013)PLRAAN10.1103/PhysRevA.88.013419] for computi … - Walk dimension for light in complex disordered media

Author(s): Romolo Savo, Matteo Burresi, Tomas Svensson, Kevin Vynck, and Diederik S. WiersmaTransport in complex systems is characterized by a fractal dimension—the walk dimension—that indicates the d … - Complex structures in media displaying electromagnetically induced transparency: Pattern multistability and competition

Author(s): M. Eslami, R. Kheradmand, D. McArthur, and G.-L. OppoSpatially periodic and localized structures in the transverse plane of a medium displaying electromagnetically induced transparency in a … - Detection of nonlocal atomic entanglement assisted by single photons

Author(s): Lan Zhou and Yu-Bo ShengWe present an efficient way for measuring the entanglement of atoms. The concurrence of atomic entanglement can be obtained according to the probability of picking u … - Quantum correlations of two-qubit states with one maximally mixed marginal

Author(s): Antony Milne, David Jennings, Sania Jevtic, and Terry RudolphWe investigate the entanglement, CHSH nonlocality, fully entangled fraction, and symmetric extendibility of two-qubit states tha … - Entanglement purification with the exchange interaction

Author(s): Adrian Auer and Guido BurkardEntanglement purification allows the creation of qubit pairs of arbitrarily high fidelity with respect to a maximally entangled state, starting from a larger nu … - Gaussian interferometric power

Author(s): Gerardo AdessoThe interferometric power of a bipartite quantum state quantifies the precision, measured by quantum Fisher information, that such a state enables for the estimation of a para … - Properties of dimension witnesses and their semidefinite programming relaxations

Author(s): Piotr Mironowicz, Hong-Wei Li, and Marcin PawłowskiIn this paper we develop a method for investigating semi-device-independent randomness expansion protocols that was introduced in Li et al … - Reservoir spectroscopy of 5s5p 3P2–5snd 3D1,2,3 transitions in strontium

Author(s): Simon Stellmer and Florian SchreckWe perform spectroscopy on the optical dipole transitions 5s5p3P2–5snd3D1,2,3, n∈(5,6), for all stable isotopes of atomic strontium. We develop a spectrosc … - Simulations of prompt many-body ionization in a frozen Rydberg gas

Author(s): F. Robicheaux, M. M. Goforth, and M. A. PhillipsThe results of a theoretical investigation of prompt many-body ionization are reported. Our calculations address an experiment that reported … - Spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensates in a cavity: Route to magnetic phases through cavity transmission

Author(s): Bikash Padhi and Sankalpa GhoshWe study the spin-orbit-coupled ultracold Bose-Einstein condensate placed in a single-mode Fabry-Pérot cavity. The cavity introduces a quantum optical lattice … - Sideband generation of transient lasing without population inversion

Author(s): Luqi Yuan, Da-Wei Wang, Christopher O'Brien, Anatoly A. Svidzinsky, and Marlan O. ScullyWe suggest a method to generate coherent short pulses by generating a frequency comb using lasin … - Tunable refraction in a two-dimensional quantum-state metamaterial

Author(s): M. J. Everitt, J. H. Samson, S. E. Savel'ev, R. Wilson, A. M. Zagoskin, and T. P. SpillerIn this paper we consider a two-dimensional quantum-state metamaterial comprising an array of q … - Phase dynamics in vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers with delayed optical feedback and cross-polarized reinjection

Author(s): J. Javaloyes, M. Marconi, and M. GiudiciWe study theoretically the nonlinear polarization dynamics of vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers in the presence of an external cavity providing … - Long-lived waveguides and sound-wave generation by laser filamentation

Author(s): Oren Lahav, Liad Levi, Itai Orr, Ron A. Nemirovsky, Jonathan Nemirovsky, Ido Kaminer, Mordechai Segev, and Oren CohenWe discover long-lived (microsecond-scale) optical waveguiding in the wa … - Systems of coupled PT-symmetric oscillators

Author(s): Carl M. Bender, Mariagiovanna Gianfreda, and S. P. KlevanskyThe Hamiltonian for a PT-symmetric chain of coupled oscillators is constructed. It is shown that if the loss-gain parameter γ is … - Correlation trends in the polarizabilities of atoms and ions in the boron, carbon, and zinc homologous sequences of elements

Author(s): Yashpal Singh and B. K. SahooWe investigate the role of electron-correlation effects in calculations of the electric-dipole polarizabilities α of elements belonging to three different group … - Effective orbital ordering in multiwell optical lattices with fermionic atoms

Author(s): A. M. Belemuk, N. M. Chtchelkatchev, and A. V. MikheyenkovWe consider the behavior of Fermi atoms on optical superlattices with two-well structure for each node. Fermions on such lattices s … - Coupled-pair approach for strongly interacting trapped fermionic atoms

Author(s): C. J. Bradly, B. C. Mulkerin, A. M. Martin, and H. M. QuineyWe present a coupled-pair approach for studying few-body physics in harmonically trapped ultracold gases. The method is applied t … - Filamentation of ultrashort laser pulses in silica glass and KDP crystals: A comparative study

Author(s): Jérémie Rolle, Luc Bergé, Guillaume Duchateau, and Stefan SkupinIonizing 800-nm femtosecond laser pulses propagating in silica glass and in potassium dihydrogen phosphate (KDP) crystal are … - Extended in-band and band-gap solutions of the nonlinear honeycomb lattice

Author(s): E. Arévalo and C. Mejía-CortésWe study the dynamics of extended collective excitations in the pristine honeycomb lattice in the presence of the cubic nonlinearity. We show that not only ban … - Enhanced quantum sensitivity in a vibrating diatomic molecule due to a rotational amendment

Author(s): Suranjana Ghosh and Utpal RoyQuantum sensitivity is an important issue in the field of quantum metrology where sub-Planck scale structures play a crucial role in the Heisenberg limited meas … - Multipartite dense coding versus quantum correlation: Noise inverts relative capability of information transfer

Author(s): Tamoghna Das, R. Prabhu, Aditi Sen(De), and Ujjwal SenA highly entangled bipartite quantum state is more advantageous for the quantum dense coding protocol than states with low entanglement … - Impact broadening, shifting, and asymmetry of the D1 and D2 lines of alkali-metal atoms colliding with noble-gas atoms

Author(s): L Blank and David E. WeeksThe Anderson Talman theory of spectral line broadening is used together with potential energy curves calculated at the spin-orbit multi-reference configuration int … - Electron scattering from the molecular hydrogen ion and its isotopologues

Author(s): Mark C. Zammit, Dmitry V. Fursa, and Igor BrayWe have extended the ab initio convergent close-coupling method to electron scattering from the vibrationally excited molecular hydrogen ion an … - Two-body Förster resonance involving Rb nD states in a quasi-electrostatic trap

Author(s): Jorge M. Kondo, Luis F. Gonçalves, Jader S. Cabral, Jonathan Tallant, and Luis G. MarcassaIn this work, we excite nD5/2 Rydberg states in a dense and cold Rb atomic sample held in a 10.6 μm … - Vortices and vortex states in Rashba spin-orbit-coupled condensates

Author(s): Predrag NikolićThe Rashba spin-orbit coupling is equivalent to the finite Yang-Mills flux of a static SU(2) gauge field. It gives rise to the protected edge states in two-dimensional topolo … - Landauer, Kubo, and microcanonical approaches to quantum transport and noise: A comparison and implications for cold-atom dynamics

Author(s): Chih-Chun Chien, Massimiliano Di Ventra, and Michael ZwolakWe compare the Landauer, Kubo, and microcanonical [J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 16, 8025 (2005)JCOMEL10.1088/0953-8984/16/45/024] app … - Bragg-like interference in one-dimensional double-period quasicrystals

Author(s): Y. H. Cheng, C. H. Chang, C. H. Chen, and W. J. HsuehThree quasi-Bragg conditions (QBCs) in one-dimensional double-period quasicrystals based on high reflectance from interference are propo … - Quasi-phase-matched high-harmonic generation in composites of metal nanoparticles and a noble gas

Author(s): A. Husakou and J. HerrmannWe theoretically study high-harmonic generation (HHG) in a composite which consists of ellipsoidal silver nanoparticles in argon. The significant field enhancement … - Vectorial complex-source vortex beams

Author(s): S. Orlov and P. BanzerThe scalar complex source vortex model is an accurate description of highly focused scalar vortices. We use it to construct a variety of vectorial solutions of Maxwell … - Unidirectionally invisible potentials as local building blocks of all scattering potentials

Author(s): Ali MostafazadehWe give a complete solution of the problem of constructing a scattering potential v(x) that possesses scattering properties of one's choice at an arbitrary prescribed w … - Lévy exponents as universal identifiers of threshold and criticality in random lasers

Author(s): Ravitej Uppu and Sushil MujumdarCritical excitation in random lasers under picosecond and nanosecond pumping was experimentally studied. The resulting emission intensity statistics were ana … - Antiferromagnetic long-range order in dissipative Rydberg lattices

Author(s): Michael Hoening, Wildan Abdussalam, Michael Fleischhauer, and Thomas PohlWe study the dynamics of dissipative spin lattices with power-law interactions, realized via few-level atoms driven … - Quantum regression theorem and non-Markovianity of quantum dynamics

Author(s): Giacomo Guarnieri, Andrea Smirne, and Bassano VacchiniWe explore the connection between two recently introduced notions of non-Markovian quantum dynamics and the validity of the so-called q … - Quantum metrology in Lipkin-Meshkov-Glick critical systems

Author(s): Giulio Salvatori, Antonio Mandarino, and Matteo G. A. ParisThe Lipkin-Meshkov-Glick (LMG) model describes critical systems with interaction beyond the first-neighbor approximation. Here we … - Fine-structure constant for gravitational and scalar interactions

Author(s): U. D. JentschuraStarting from the coupling of a relativistic quantum particle to the curved Schwarzschild space time, we show that the Dirac-Schwarzschild problem has bound states and calcu … - Unified approach to entanglement criteria using the Cauchy-Schwarz and Hölder inequalities

Author(s): Sabine Wölk, Marcus Huber, and Otfried GühneWe present a unified approach to different recent entanglement criteria. Although they were developed in different ways, we show that they are al … - Genuinely multipartite entangled states and orthogonal arrays

Author(s): Dardo Goyeneche and Karol ŻyczkowskiA pure quantum state of N subsystems with d levels each is called k-multipartite maximally entangled state, which we call a k-uniform state, if all its r … - Optimal entanglement-assisted discrimination of quantum measurements

Author(s): M. Miková, M. Sedlák, I. Straka, M. Mičuda, M. Ziman, M. Ježek, M. Dušek, and J. FiurášekWe investigate optimal discrimination between two projective single-qubit measurements in a scenario … - Eavesdropping on counterfactual quantum key distribution with finite resources

Author(s): Xingtong Liu, Bo Zhang, Jian Wang, Chaojing Tang, Jingjing Zhao, and Sheng ZhangA striking scheme called “counterfactual quantum cryptography” gives a conceptually new approach to accomplis … - Relativistic configuration-interaction calculation of Kα transition energies in berylliumlike iron

Author(s): V. A. Yerokhin, A. Surzhykov, and S. FritzscheWe perform relativistic configuration-interaction calculations of the energy levels of the low-lying and core-excited states of berylliumlike i … - Ionization amplitudes in electron-hydrogen collisions

Author(s): I. Bray, C. J. Guilfoile, A. S. Kadyrov, D. V. Fursa, and A. T. StelbovicsRecently Zatsarinny and Bartschat [Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 023203 (2011)PRLTAO10.1103/PhysRevLett.107.023203] have gi … - Off-axis low-energy structures in above-threshold ionization

Author(s): M. Möller, F. Meyer, A. M. Sayler, G. G. Paulus, M. F. Kling, B. E. Schmidt, W. Becker, and D. B. MiloševićThe velocity map of the above-threshold ionization electron spectrum at long laser … - Nonlinear atom-photon-interaction-induced population inversion and inverted quantum phase transition of Bose-Einstein condensate in an optical cavity

Author(s): Xiuqin Zhao, Ni Liu, and J.-Q. LiangIn this paper we explore the rich structure of macroscopic many-particle quantum states for a Bose-Einstein condensate in an optical cavity with a tunabl … - Steady-state phase diagram of a driven QED-cavity array with cross-Kerr nonlinearities

Author(s): Jiasen Jin, Davide Rossini, Martin Leib, Michael J. Hartmann, and Rosario FazioWe study the properties of an array of QED cavities coupled by nonlinear elements in the presence of photon le … - One-photon wave packet interacting with two separated atoms in a one-dimensional waveguide: Influence of virtual photons

Author(s): S. Derouault and M. A. BoucheneWe present a theoretical study of a one-photon wave packet scattered by two atoms in a one-dimensional waveguide. We investigate the role of terms beyond the … - Quantum interference in the absorption and emission of single photons by a single ion

Author(s): M. Schug, C. Kurz, P. Eich, J. Huwer, P. Müller, and J. EschnerHigh-contrast quantum beats in the single-photon scattering probability of a single atomic ion are experimentally observed and … - Publisher's Note: Analysis of strong-field enhanced ionization of molecules using Bohmian trajectories [Phys. Rev. A 90, 023404 (2014)]

Author(s): Ryohto Sawada, Takeshi Sato, and Kenichi L. Ishikawa[Phys. Rev. A 90, 029901] Published Fri Aug 15, 2014 - Equilibrating dynamics in quenched Bose gases: Characterizing multiple time regimes

Author(s): A. Rançon and K. LevinWe address the physics of equilibration in ultracold atomic gases following a quench of the interaction parameter. Our work is based on a bath model which generates da … - Quantum walks on embedded hypercubes

Author(s): Adi Makmal, Manran Zhu, Daniel Manzano, Markus Tiersch, and Hans J. BriegelIt has been proved by Kempe that discrete quantum walks on the hypercube (HC) hit exponentially faster than the cl … - Electromagnetic moments of the bound system of charged particles

Author(s): Albert Wienczek, Mariusz Puchalski, and Krzysztof PachuckiWe consider a bound system of particles interacting via electromagnetic forces in an external electromagnetic field, including lead … - Long-lived Higgs mode in a two-dimensional confined Fermi system

Author(s): G. M. BruunThe Higgs mode corresponds to the collective motion of particles due to the vibrations of an invisible field. It plays a fundamental role in our understanding of both low- and hi … - Theory of filtered type-II parametric down-conversion in the continuous-variable domain: Quantifying the impacts of filtering

Author(s): Andreas Christ, Cosmo Lupo, Matthias Reichelt, Torsten Meier, and Christine SilberhornParametric down-conversion (PDC) forms one of the basic building blocks for quantum optical experiments … - Arbitrary-quantum-state preparation of a harmonic oscillator via optimal control

Author(s): Katharina Rojan, Daniel M. Reich, Igor Dotsenko, Jean-Michel Raimond, Christiane P. Koch, and Giovanna MorigiThe efficient initialization of a quantum system is a prerequisite for quantum t … - Phase noise of self-sustained optomechanical oscillators

Author(s): King Yan Fong, Menno Poot, Xu Han, and Hong X. TangIn this paper we present a theory that predicts the phase noise characteristics of self-sustained optomechanical oscillators. By treating … - Uniform phase modulation via control of refractive index in a thermal atom vapor with vanishing diffraction or absorption

Author(s): Lida Zhang (张理达) and Jörg EversA scheme is proposed to achieve substantial controllable phase modulation for a probe field propagating through a thermal atomic vapor in double-Λ configurati … - Probabilistic quantum phase-space simulation of Bell violations and their dynamical evolution

Author(s): L. Rosales-Zárate, B. Opanchuk, P. D. Drummond, and M. D. ReidQuantum simulations of Bell inequality violations are numerically obtained using probabilistic phase-space methods, namely, the … - Improving quantum gate performance through neighboring optimal control

Author(s): Yuchen Peng and Frank GaitanSuccessful implementation of a fault-tolerant quantum computation on a system of qubits places severe demands on the hardware used to control the many-qubit stat … - Universal methods for extending any entanglement witness from the bipartite to the multipartite case

Author(s): Bang-Hai Wang, Hai-Ru Xu, and Simone SeveriniAny bipartite entanglement witness W can be written as W=cσI−σ, where σ is a quantum state, I is the identity matrix, and cσ is a non-negative n … - Nonlocality of orthogonal product basis quantum states

Author(s): Zhi-Chao Zhang, Fei Gao, Guo-Jing Tian, Tian-Qing Cao, and Qiao-Yan WenIn this paper, we mainly study the local indistinguishability of mutually orthogonal product basis quantum states in t … - Electron-impact ionization of the inner subshells of uranium

Author(s): M. S. PindzolaFully relativistic first-order perturbation theory calculations are made for the electron-impact ionization of the inner K, L, and M subshells of uranium. One set of calculati … - Ultracold mixtures of metastable He and Rb: Scattering lengths from ab initio calculations and thermalization measurements

Author(s): S. Knoop, P. S. Żuchowski, D. Kȩdziera, Ł. Mentel, M. Puchalski, H. P. Mishra, A. S. Flores, and W. VassenState-of-the-art ab initio quantum calculations and thermalization measurements hav … - Light scattering and dissipative dynamics of many fermionic atoms in an optical lattice

Author(s): S. Sarkar, S. Langer, J. Schachenmayer, and A. J. DaleyWe investigate the many-body dissipative dynamics of fermionic atoms in an optical lattice in the presence of incoherent light scatter … - Three-component topological superfluid in one-dimensional Fermi gases with spin-orbit coupling

Author(s): Jie Chen, Hui Hu, and Gao XianlongWe theoretically investigate one-dimensional three-component spin-orbit-coupled Fermi gases in the presence of the Zeeman field. By solving the Bogoliubov- … - Simple model for interactions and corrections to the Gross-Pitaevskii equation

Author(s): Hagar Veksler, Shmuel Fishman, and Wolfgang KetterleOne of the assumptions leading to the Gross-Pitaevskii equation (GPE) is that the interaction between atom pairs can be written effective … - Experimental observation of double coherent stimulated Raman adiabatic passages in three-level Λ systems in a cold atomic ensemble

Author(s): Yan-Xiong Du, Zheng-Tao Liang, Wei Huang, Hui Yan, and Shi-Liang ZhuCoherent stimulated Raman adiabatic passages (STIRAP) based on a dark state have many applications in diverse quantum sys … - Storage and retrieval of Airy light wave packets in a coherent atomic system

Author(s): Chao Hang, Zhengyang Bai, and Guoxiang HuangWe propose a scheme to realize the storage and retrieval of Airy light wave packets in a Λ-type three-level atomic gas via electromagnetically in … - Asymptotics of the exchange-splitting energy for a diatomic molecular ion from a volume-integral formula of symmetry-adapted perturbation theory

Author(s): Piotr Gniewek and Bogumił JeziorskiThe exchange-splitting energy J of the lowest gerade and ungerade states of the H2+ molecular ion was calculated using a volume integral expression of sym … - Revised values for the nuclear quadrupole moments of S33 and S35

Author(s): Stella Stopkowicz and Jürgen GaussHigh-level quantum-chemical calculations are reported for the sulfur electric-field gradients of the CS and SiS molecules. Highly accurate values are obtai … - Optimal control of the signal-to-noise ratio per unit time for a spin-1/2 particle

Author(s): M. Lapert, E. Assémat, S. J. Glaser, and D. SugnyWe investigate the maximum signal-to-noise ratio per unit time that can be achieved for a spin-1/2 particle subjected to a periodic pulse se … - Optical driving of macroscopic mechanical motion by a single two-level system

Author(s): A. Auffèves and M. RichardA quantum emitter coupled to a nanomechanical oscillator is a hybrid system where a macroscopic degree of freedom is coupled to a purely quantum system. Recent pro … - Theory of an optomechanical quantum heat engine

Author(s): Keye Zhang, Francesco Bariani, and Pierre MeystreCoherent interconversion between optical and mechanical excitations in an optomechanical cavity can be used to engineer a quantum heat engin … - Quantum dynamics of the driven and dissipative Rabi model

Author(s): Loïc Henriet, Zoran Ristivojevic, Peter P. Orth, and Karyn Le HurThe Rabi model considers a two-level system (or spin 1/2) coupled to a quantized harmonic oscillator and describes the simpl … - Physical origin of the universal three-body parameter in atomic Efimov physics

Author(s): Pascal Naidon, Shimpei Endo, and Masahito UedaWe address the microscopic origin of the universal three-body parameter that fixes the spectrum of three-atom systems in the Efimov regime. We … - Single-qubit decoherence under a separable coupling to a random matrix environment

Author(s): M. Carrera, T. Gorin, and T. H. SeligmanThis paper describes the dynamics of a quantum two-level system (qubit) under the influence of an environment modeled by an ensemble of random matric … - Quantum transfer through a non-Markovian environment under frequent measurements and Zeno effect

Author(s): Luting Xu, Yunshan Cao, Xin-Qi Li, YiJing Yan, and Shmuel GurvitzWe study transitions of a particle between two wells, separated by a reservoir, under the condition that the particle is not … - Quantum and classical capacity boosted by a Lorentz transformation

Author(s): Kamil Brádler, Esteban Castro-Ruiz, and Eduardo Nahmad-AcharIn this paper we show that the quantum channel between two inertial observers who transmit quantum information by sending realist … - Fully quantum approach to optomechanical entanglement

Author(s): Qing Lin, Bing He, R. Ghobadi, and Christoph SimonThe radiation-pressure-induced coupling between an optical cavity field and a mechanical oscillator can create entanglement between them. I … - Runtime of unstructured search with a faulty Hamiltonian oracle

Author(s): Kristan TemmeWe show that it is impossible to obtain a quantum speedup for a faulty Hamiltonian oracle. The effect of dephasing noise to this continuous-time oracle model has first been inv … - Experimental test of the quadratic approximation in the partially correlated speed-dependent hard-collision profile

Author(s): M. D. De Vizia, A. Castrillo, E. Fasci, P. Amodio, L. Moretti, and L. GianfraniWe report on the outcomes of a specific study on the quadratic approximation in the partially correlated speed … - Comparative studies of density-functional approximations for light atoms in strong magnetic fields

Author(s): Wuming Zhu, Liang Zhang, and S. B. TrickeyFor a wide range of magnetic fields, 0≤B≤2000 a.u., we present a systematic comparative study of the performance of different types of density-func … - Excited-state pair-density-functional theory

Author(s): Á. NagyThe theory of pair density is extended to excited states. The theory of a single excited state is generalized for the pair density. A two-particle equation is derived for the square … - Resonant atom-dimer collisions in cesium: Testing universality at positive scattering lengths

Author(s): A. Zenesini, B. Huang, M. Berninger, H.-C. Nägerl, F. Ferlaino, and R. GrimmWe study the collisional properties of an ultracold mixture of cesium atoms and dimers close to a Feshbach resona … - Multichannel scattering resonance of one-dimensional ultracold spinor bosons

Author(s): Xiaoling CuiSo far, the interaction of ultracold atoms can only be tuned within one particular scattering channel near a resonance, where the spinor structure of atomic isotopes is destroye … - Interference in dielectronic transitions in H2++He collisions

Author(s): S. F. Zhang, X. Ma, and A. B. VoitkivWe study single ionization of helium by the impact of the H2+ molecule which in the collision undergoes a transition from the ground state to its first … - Radiative-electron-capture-to-continuum cusp in U88++N2 collisions and the high-energy endpoint of electron-nucleus bremsstrahlung

Author(s): P.-M. Hillenbrand et al.The radiative electron capture of a target electron into the projectile continuum has been studied for the collision system U88++N2→U88++[N2+]*+e−+γ at 90 MeV/u. Usi … - Double ionization of Ar below the recollision threshold intensity

Author(s): Zilong Zhang, Lihua Bai, and Jingtao ZhangWe use the classical ensemble method to analyze the nonsequential double ionization of Ar atoms at a lower laser intensity. The correlated-electron … - Evaporative cooling of cold atoms at surfaces

Author(s): J. Märkle, A. J. Allen, P. Federsel, B. Jetter, A. Günther, J. Fortágh, N. P. Proukakis, and T. E. JuddWe theoretically investigate the evaporative cooling of cold rubidium atoms that are b … - Spatial coherence of weakly interacting one-dimensional nonequilibrium bosonic quantum fluids

Author(s): Vladimir N. Gladilin, Kai Ji, and Michiel WoutersWe present a theoretical analysis of spatial correlations in a one-dimensional driven-dissipative nonequilibrium condensate. Starting from a … - First and second sound of a unitary Fermi gas in highly elongated harmonic traps

Author(s): Xia-Ji Liu and Hui HuUsing a variational approach, we present the full solutions of the simplified one-dimensional two-fluid hydrodynamic equations for a unitary Fermi gas trapped in a high … - Operating an atom-interferometry-based gravity gradiometer by the dual-fringe-locking method

Author(s): Xiao-Chun Duan, Min-Kang Zhou, De-Kai Mao, Hui-Bing Yao, Xiao-Bing Deng, Jun Luo, and Zhong-Kun HuWe report a gravity gradiometer composed of two atom interferometers which are simultaneous … - Linear and nonlinear traveling edge waves in optical honeycomb lattices

Author(s): Mark J. Ablowitz, Christopher W. Curtis, and Yi-Ping MaTraveling unidirectional localized edge states in optical honeycomb lattices are analytically constructed. They are found in honeycomb … - Electromagnetically-induced-transparency plasmonics: Quantum-interference-assisted tunable surface-plasmon-polariton resonance and excitation

Author(s): Jian Qi ShenAn experimentally feasible configuration of a prism coupler with an electromagnetically-induced-transparency (EIT) medium layer, e.g., a semiconductor-quantum-dot (SQD) medium, … - Establishment of correlated states in a quantum dot interacting with an acoustic-phonon reservoir

Author(s): Hui Huang, Gao-xiang Li, Wen-ju Gu, and Zbigniew FicekWe investigate the effects of a low-frequency (acoustic) phonon bath on the dynamics of a quantum dot modeled as a cascade three-level … - Scalable numerical approach for the steady-state ab initio laser theory

Author(s): S. Esterhazy, D. Liu, M. Liertzer, A. Cerjan, L. Ge, K. G. Makris, A. D. Stone, J. M. Melenk, S. G. Johnson, and S. RotterWe present an efficient and flexible method for solving the non-lin … - Optomechanical analog of two-color electromagnetically induced transparency: Photon transmission through an optomechanical device with a two-level system

Author(s): Hui Wang, Xiu Gu, Yu-xi Liu, Adam Miranowicz, and Franco NoriSome optomechanical systems can be transparent to a probe field when a strong driving field is applied. These systems can provid … - Fast adiabatic qubit gates using only σz control

Author(s): John M. Martinis and Michael R. GellerA controlled-phase gate was demonstrated in superconducting Xmon transmon qubits with fidelity reaching 99.4%, relying on the adiabatic interaction bet … - Wigner high-electron-correlation regime of nonuniform density systems: A quantal-density-functional-theory study

Author(s): Douglas Achan, Lou Massa, and Viraht SahniThe Wigner regime of a system of electrons in an external field is characterized by a low electron density and a high electron-interaction energy r …