- Decoherence of Bell states by local interactions with a suddenly quenched spin environment

Author(s): Pierre Wendenbaum, Bruno G. Taketani, and Dragi KarevskiWe study the dynamics of disentanglement of two qubits initially prepared in a Bell state and coupled at different sites to an Ising … - Using quantum routers to implement quantum message authentication and Bell-state manipulation

Author(s): Karol Bartkiewicz, Antonín Černoch, and Karel LemrIn this paper we investigate the capability of quantum routing (quantum state fusion) to implement two useful quantum communications protoc … - Valence-shell single photoionization of chlorine-like K2+ ions: Experiment and theory

Author(s): G. A. Alna'Washi, M. Lu, M. Habibi, D. Esteves-Macaluso, J. C. Wang, R. A. Phaneuf, A. L. D. Kilcoyne, C. Cisneros, and B. M. McLaughlinThe absolute single-photoionization cross sectio … - Ultracold fermions in a one-dimensional bipartite optical lattice: Metal-insulator transitions driven by shaking

Author(s): M. Di Liberto, D. Malpetti, G. I. Japaridze, and C. Morais SmithWe theoretically investigate the behavior of a system of fermionic atoms loaded in a bipartite one-dimensional optical lattic … - Generation of uniform synthetic magnetic fields by split driving of an optical lattice

Author(s): C. E. Creffield and F. SolsWe describe a method to generate a synthetic gauge potential for ultracold atoms held in an optical lattice. Our approach uses a time-periodic driving potential b … - Analysis of noise-induced errors in vector-field electron tomography

Author(s): Z. D. C. Kemp, T. C. Petersen, D. M. Paganin, K. M. Spiers, M. Weyland, and M. J. MorganVector-field electron tomography (VFET) reconstructs electromagnetic vector fields of magnetic nanoma … - Polarization control of ultrabroadband supercontinuum generation from midinfrared laser-induced harmonic emission

Author(s): Zhi-Hong Jiao, Guo-Li Wang, Peng-Cheng Li, and Xiao-Xin ZhouWe present an efficient scheme for generation of an isolated attosecond (as) pulse based on the combination of two well-known met … - Classical simulation of fermionic linear optics augmented with noisy ancillas

Author(s): Michał Oszmaniec, Jan Gutt, and Marek KuśFermionic linear optics is a model of quantum computation which is efficiently simulable on a classical probabilistic computer. We study the problem … - Quantum-entangled light from localized emitters

Author(s): P. Grünwald and W. VogelLocalized radiation sources are analyzed with respect to the relation of nonclassicality and quantum entanglement of the emitted light. The source field parts of the … - Correlation effects in out-of-plane excitation-ionization collisions

Author(s): A. L. Harris and T. P. EspositoWe present theoretical three-dimensional fully differential cross sections (FDCSs) for electron-impact excitation-ionization of helium when the ionized electr … - Coherent control of high-harmonic generation using waveform-synthesized chirped laser fields

Author(s): Xu Wang, Cheng Jin, and C. D. LinWe show that waveform-synthesized chirped laser fields are efficient tools for coherent harmonic control. A single harmonic order, or two harmonic orders, c … - Quantum Langevin model for nonequilibrium condensation

Author(s): Alessio Chiocchetta and Iacopo CarusottoWe develop a quantum model for nonequilibrium Bose-Einstein condensation of photons and polaritons in planar microcavity devices. The model builds on … - Genetic optimization of attosecond-pulse generation in light-field synthesizers

Author(s): E. Balogh, B. Bódi, V. Tosa, E. Goulielmakis, K. Varjú, and P. DombiOptimization of attosecond pulse generation and pulse shaping can result in the generation of ultrashort single and doubl … - Loss-resistant unambiguous phase measurement

Author(s): Hossein T. Dinani and Dominic W. BerryEntangled multiphoton states have the potential to provide improved measurement accuracy, but are sensitive to photon loss. It is possible to calculate … - Light bullets in nonlinear waveguide arrays under the influence of dispersion and the Raman effect

Author(s): Truong X. Tran, Dũng C. Duong, and Fabio BiancalanaWe study the formation and the dynamics of spatially broad light bullets generated in silica waveguide arrays. We show that these bullets … - Entanglement monogamy relations of qubit systems

Author(s): Xue-Na Zhu and Shao-Ming FeiWe investigate the monogamy relations related to the concurrence and the entanglement of formation. General monogamy inequalities given by the αth power of concu … - Simulation of single-qubit open quantum systems

Author(s): Ryan Sweke, Ilya Sinayskiy, and Francesco PetruccioneA quantum algorithm is presented for the simulation of arbitrary Markovian dynamics of a qubit, described by a semigroup of single-qubit … - High-fidelity quantum gates for trapped ions under micromotion

Author(s): C. Shen and L.-M. DuanTwo- or three-dimensional Paul traps can confine a large number of ions forming a Wigner crystal, which would provide an ideal architecture for scalable quantum comput … - Relation between physical time-energy cost of a quantum process and its information fidelity

Author(s): Chi-Hang Fred Fung and H. F. ChauA quantum system can be described and characterized by at least two different concepts, namely, its physical and informational properties. Here, we explicit … - Occupation numbers in strongly polarized Fermi gases and the Luttinger theorem

Author(s): Michael Urban and Peter SchuckWe study a two-component Fermi gas that is so strongly polarized that it remains normal fluid at zero temperature. We calculate the occupation numbers within t … - Proper phase imprinting method for a dark soliton excitation in a superfluid Fermi mixture

Author(s): Krzysztof Sacha and Dominique DelandeA novel method to create a dark soliton in fermionic superfluids is presented by phase imprinting a single component of the Fermi mixture instead of the … - Bose-Einstein condensation and many-body localization of rotational excitations of polar molecules following a microwave pulse

Author(s): M. P. Kwasigroch and N. R. CooperWe study theoretically the collective dynamics of rotational excitations of polar molecules loaded into an optical lattice in two dimensions. We explore the … - Postselection-induced entanglement swapping from a vacuum-excitation entangled state to separate quantum systems

Author(s): Antonio Di LorenzoWe show that a single particle in a superposition of different paths can entangle two objects located on each path. The entanglement has its maximum visibility for interme … - Approach to solving spin-boson dynamics via non-Markovian quantum trajectories

Author(s): Zeng-Zhao Li, Cho-Tung Yip, Hai-Yao Deng, Mi Chen, Ting Yu, J. Q. You, and Chi-Hang LamWe develop a systematic and efficient approach for numerically solving the non-Markovian quantum state … - Non-Markovian dynamics with fermions

Author(s): V. V. Sargsyan, G. G. Adamian, N. V. Antonenko, and D. LacroixEmploying the quadratic fermionic Hamiltonians for the collective and internal subsystems with a linear coupling, we studied th … - Violations of entropic Bell inequalities with coarse-grained quadrature measurements for continuous-variable states

Author(s): Zeng-Bing Chen, Yao Fu, and Yu-Kang ZhaoIt is a long-standing belief, as pointed out by Bell in 1986, that it is impossible to use a two-mode Gaussian state possessing a positive-definite W … - Discriminating N-qudit states using geometric structure

Author(s): Donghoon Ha and Younghun KwonQuantum state discrimination is a fundamental task having many applications in quantum information processing. However up to now there has been no rigorous form … - Miscible-immiscible quantum phase transition in coupled two-component Bose-Einstein condensates in one-dimensional optical lattices

Author(s): Fei Zhan, Jacopo Sabbatini, Matthew J. Davis, and Ian P. McCullochWe study the miscible-immiscible quantum phase transition in a linearly coupled binary Bose-Hubbard model in one dimension … - Stochastic projected Gross-Pitaevskii equation for spinor and multicomponent condensates

Author(s): Ashton S. Bradley and P. Blair BlakieA stochastic Gross-Pitaevskii equation is derived for partially condensed Bose gas systems subject to binary contact interactions. The theory we present … - Speed-of-light limitations in passive linear media

Author(s): Aaron Welters, Yehuda Avniel, and Steven G. JohnsonWe prove that well-known speed-of-light restrictions on electromagnetic energy velocity can be extended to a new level of generality, enco … - Single-photon superradiance in cold atoms

Author(s): Rafael A. de Oliveira, Milrian S. Mendes, Weliton S. Martins, Pablo L. Saldanha, José W. R. Tabosa, and Daniel FelintoThe interaction of an ensemble of atoms with common vacuum modes may le … - Quantum optical diode with semiconductor microcavities

Author(s): H. Z. Shen, Y. H. Zhou, and X. X. YiThe semiconductor diode, which acts as an electrical rectifier and allows unidirectional electronic transports, is the key to information processing in i … - Diagrammatic treatment of coherent backscattering of intense light by cold atoms with degenerate energy levels

Author(s): V. N. Shatokhin, R. Blattmann, T. Wellens, and A. BuchleitnerWe present a generalization of the diagrammatic pump-probe approach to coherent backscattering (CBS) of intense laser light for … - Spectrometric reconstruction of mechanical-motional states in optomechanics

Author(s): Jie-Qiao Liao and Franco NoriWe propose a spectrometric method to reconstruct the motional states of mechanical modes in optomechanics. This is achieved by detecting the single-photon emiss … - Dynamics of Airy beams in nonlinear media

Author(s): I. M. Allayarov and E. N. TsoyThe dynamics of truncated Airy beams in optical media with Kerr nonlinearity is studied in the framework of the nonlinear Schrödinger (NLS) model. It is demons … - Optically tunable bound states in the continuum

Author(s): Yingyue Boretz, Gonzalo Ordonez, Satoshi Tanaka, and Tomio PetroskyWe demonstrate the existence of tunable bound states in the continuum (BICs) in a one-dimensional quantum wire with two im … - Effects of discreteness in the Green's function of a hyperbolic medium

Author(s): Alena V. Shchelokova, Alexander N. Poddubny, and Pavel A. BelovWe present a theoretical study of the discrete Green's function for the two-dimensional metamaterial, realized as a trans … - Robustness of continuous-variable entanglement via geometrical nonlinearity

Author(s): Philippe Djorwé, S. G. Nana Engo, and Paul WoafoWe propose a scheme to generate robust stationary continuous-variable entanglement in optomechanical systems, based on geometrical nonlineari … - Negative conditional entropy of postselected states

Author(s): Sina Salek, Roman Schubert, and Karoline WiesnerWe define a quantum entropy conditioned on postselection which has the von Neumann entropy of pure states as a special case. This conditional … - Quantum metrology for a general Hamiltonian parameter

Author(s): Shengshi Pang and Todd A. BrunQuantum metrology enhances the sensitivity of parameter estimation using the distinctive resources of quantum mechanics such as entanglement. It has been shown … - Decoherence of an electrically driven spin qubit

Author(s): Jun Jing, Peihao Huang, and Xuedong HuWe study decoherence of a field-driven qubit in the presence of environmental noises. For a general qubit, we find that driving, whether on-resonance o … - Coherent control of non-Markovian photon-resonator dynamics

Author(s): A. F. J. Levi, L. Campos Venuti, T. Albash, and S. HaasWe study the unitary time evolution of photons interacting with a dielectric resonator using coherent control pulses. We show that non … - Casimir-Lifshitz force out of thermal equilibrium between dielectric gratings

Author(s): Antonio Noto, Riccardo Messina, Brahim Guizal, and Mauro AntezzaWe calculate the Casimir-Lifshitz pressure in a system consisting of two different one-dimensional dielectric lamellar gratin … - Robust quantum data locking from phase modulation

Author(s): Cosmo Lupo, Mark M. Wilde, and Seth LloydQuantum data locking is a uniquely quantum phenomenon that allows a relatively short key of constant size to (un)lock an arbitrarily long message en … - Multiple phase estimation in quantum cloning machines

Author(s): Yao Yao, Li Ge, Xing Xiao, Xiao-guang Wang, and Chang-pu SunSince the initial discovery of the Wootters-Zurek no-cloning theorem, a wide variety of quantum cloning machines have been propos … - No-activation theorem for Gaussian nonclassical correlations by Gaussian operations

Author(s): Ladislav Mišta, Jr., Daniel McNulty, and Gerardo AdessoWe study general quantum correlations of continuous variable Gaussian states and their interplay with entanglement. Specifically, we i … - Thermodynamics of N-dimensional quantum walks

Author(s): Alejandro Romanelli, Raul Donangelo, Renato Portugal, and Franklin de Lima MarquezinoThe entanglement between the position and the coin state of an N-dimensional quantum walker is shown to … - Interatomic-Coulombic-decay-induced recapture of photoelectrons in helium dimers

Author(s): P. Burzynski, F. Trinter, J. B. Williams, M. Weller, M. Waitz, M. Pitzer, J. Voigtsberger, C. Schober, G. Kastirke, C. Müller, C. Goihl, F. Wiegandt, R. Wallauer, A. Kalinin, L. Ph. H. Schm … - Electron-impact study of the O2 molecule using the R-matrix method

Author(s): Jasmeet Singh and K. L. BalujaWe have computed elastic differential, momentum-transfer, excitation, ionization cross sections, collision frequencies, and scattering length for electron impa … - Dominance of the Breit interaction in the cross section and circular polarization of x-ray radiation following longitudinally-polarized-electron-impact excitation of highly charged ions

Author(s): Zhan-Bin Chen, Chen-Zhong Dong, and Jun JiangLongitudinally-polarized-electron-impact excitation cross sections from the ground state to the individual magnetic sublevels of the excited sta … - Matter-wave scattering from interacting bosons in an optical lattice

Author(s): Klaus Mayer, Alberto Rodriguez, and Andreas BuchleitnerWe study the scattering of matter waves from interacting bosons in a one-dimensional optical lattice, described by the Bose-Hubbard Ha … - Capacitive coupling of two transmission line resonators mediated by the phonon number of a nanoelectromechanical oscillator

Author(s): O. P. de Sá Neto, M. C. de Oliveira, F. Nicacio, and G. J. MilburnDetection of quantum features in mechanical systems at the nanoscale constitutes a challenging task, given the weak interac … - Discrete-Gauss states and the generation of focusing dark beams

Author(s): Albert FerrandoDiscrete-Gauss states are a new class of Gaussian solutions of the free Schrödinger equation owning discrete rotational symmetry. They are obtained by acting with a discrete … - Formation of complex two-dimensional dissipative solitons via spontaneous symmetry breaking

Author(s): V. Skarka, N. B. Aleksić, M. Lekić, B. N. Aleksić, B. A. Malomed, D. Mihalache, and H. LeblondWe propose a complex Ginzburg-Landau equation (CGLE) with localized linear gain as a two-dimens … - Nonclassical higher-order photon correlations with a quantum dot strongly coupled to a photonic-crystal nanocavity

Author(s): Armand Rundquist, Michal Bajcsy, Arka Majumdar, Tomas Sarmiento, Kevin Fischer, Konstantinos G. Lagoudakis, Sonia Buckley, Alexander Y. Piggott, and Jelena VučkovićWe use the third- and fou … - Optimal quantum-enhanced interferometry

Author(s): Matthias D. Lang and Carlton M. CavesWe analyze the ultimate bounds on the phase sensitivity of an interferometer, given the constraint that the state input to the interferometer's ini … - Uncertainty in the context of multislit interferometry

Author(s): Johannes C. G. Biniok, Paul Busch, and Jukka KiukasA pair of uncertainty relations relevant for quantum states of multislit interferometry is derived, based on the mutually commuting “modul … - Protecting geometric gates by dynamical decoupling

Author(s): Guofu Xu and Guilu LongDynamical decoupling is a promising approach to protect quantum information from decoherence. It averages out the noise by flipping the qubits. In this paper, we demo … - Realizing universal Majorana fermionic quantum computation

Author(s): Ya-Jie Wu, Jing He, and Su-Peng KouMajorana fermionic quantum computation (MFQC) was proposed by S. B. Bravyi and A. Yu. Kitaev [Ann. Phys. (NY) 298, 210 (2002)APNYA610.1006/aphy.2002.6254] … - Optimal signal processing for continuous qubit readout

Author(s): Shilin Ng and Mankei TsangThe measurement of a quantum two-level system, or a qubit in modern terminology, often involves an electromagnetic field that interacts with the qubit, before the … - Ab initio properties of the ground-state polar and paramagnetic europium–alkali-metal-atom and europium–alkaline-earth-metal-atom molecules

Author(s): Michał TomzaThe properties of the electronic ground state of the polar and paramagnetic europium–S-state-atom molecules have been investigated. Ab initio techniques have been applied to com … - Ions colliding with mixed clusters of C60 and coronene: Fragmentation and bond formation

Author(s): M. Gatchell, P. Rousseau, A. Domaracka, M. H. Stockett, T. Chen, H. T. Schmidt, J. Y. Chesnel, A. Méry, S. Maclot, L. Adoui, B. A. Huber, H. Zettergren, and H. CederquistWe have studied col … - Single-atom addressing in microtraps for quantum-state engineering using Rydberg atoms

Author(s): Henning Labuhn, Sylvain Ravets, Daniel Barredo, Lucas Béguin, Florence Nogrette, Thierry Lahaye, and Antoine BrowaeysWe report on the selective addressing of an individual atom in a pair of … - Classical stochastic measurement trajectories: Bosonic atomic gases in an optical cavity and quantum measurement backaction

Author(s): Mark D. Lee and Janne RuostekoskiWe formulate computationally efficient classical stochastic measurement trajectories for a multimode quantum system under continuous observation. Specifical … - Spatial control of the competition between self-focusing and self-defocusing nonlinearities in one- and two-dimensional systems

Author(s): Nguyen Viet Hung, Marek Trippenbach, Eryk Infeld, and Boris A. MalomedWe introduce a system with competing self-focusing (SF) and self-defocusing (SDF) terms, which have the same scaling di … - Chiral near fields generated from plasmonic optical lattices

Author(s): Antoine Canaguier-Durand and Cyriaque GenetPlasmonic fields are usually considered nonchiral because of the transverse magnetic polarization of surface plasmon modes. We, however, show here … - 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 …