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Author(s): Pablo M. PoggiThe notion of a quantum speed limit (QSL) refers to the fundamental fact that two quantum states become completely distinguishable upon dynamical evolution only after a finite … - Fidelity susceptibility in one-dimensional disordered lattice models

Author(s): Bo-Bo WeiWe investigate quantum phase transitions in one-dimensional quantum disordered lattice models, the Anderson model and the Aubry-André model, from the fidelity susceptibility approa … - Enhancing test precision for local Lorentz-symmetry violation with entanglement

Author(s): Lei Li, Xinwei Li, Baocheng Zhang, and Li YouA recent proposal for testing Lorentz-symmetry violation (LSV) presents a formulation where the effect of violation is described as a local inte … - Quantum interference test of the equivalence principle on antihydrogen

Author(s): P.-P. Crépin, C. Christen, R. Guérout, V. V. Nesvizhevsky, A.Yu. Voronin, and S. ReynaudWe propose to use quantum interferences to improve the accuracy of the measurement of the free-fall a … - Measurement compatibility in Bell nonlocality tests

Author(s): Tassius Temistocles, Rafael Rabelo, and Marcelo Terra CunhaIncompatibility of observables, or measurements, is one of the key features of quantum mechanics, related, among other concepts, t … - Experimental simulation of shift operators in a quantum processor

Author(s): Xiangyu Kong, Shijie Wei, Jingwei Wen, Tao Xin, and Gui-Lu LongThe ability to implement quantum operations plays a fundamental role in manipulating quantum systems. Creation and annihilatio … - Inhibition of spreading in quantum random walks due to quenched Poisson-distributed disorder

Author(s): Sreetama Das, Shiladitya Mal, Aditi Sen(De), and Ujjwal SenWe consider a quantum particle (walker) on a line that coherently chooses to jump to the left or right depending on the result of … - Entanglement-assisted communication in the absence of shared reference frame

Author(s): Ali Beheshti, Sadegh Raeisi, and Vahid KarimipourAlice wants to convey the value of a parameter to Bob with whom she does not share a reference frame. What physical object can she use for t … - Extensive high-resolution photoassociation spectra and perturbation analysis of the $2({0}^{−})$ long-range state of ultracold RbCs molecules

Author(s): Dianqiang Su, Ting Gong, Zhonghua Ji, Yanting Zhao, Liantuan Xiao, Suotang Jia, Chuanliang Li, and Jinjun LiuWe report high-resolution photoassociation (PA) spectra of RbCs in the $2({0}^{− … - Experimental determination of ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}$ mass stopping powers for low-energy electrons

Author(s): M. Zawadzki and M. A. KhakooWe present experimental mass stopping powers of electrons in gaseous ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}$ obtained with an electron time-of-flight spectrometer, for the incident e … - Emulating topological currents arising from a dipolar parity anomaly in two-dimensional optical lattices

Author(s): Zhi Lin, Xian-Jia Huang, Dan-Wei Zhang, Shi-Liang Zhu, and Z. D. WangDipolar parity anomaly can be induced by spatiotemporally weak-dependent energy-momentum separation of paired Dirac poin … - Superadiabatic generation of cat states in bosonic Josephson junctions under particle losses

Author(s): Takuya Hatomura and Krzysztof PawłowskiWe investigate a superadiabatic scheme to produce a cat state in a bosonic Josephson junction in absence and presence of particle losses. The generati … - Two-fluid theory for a superfluid system with anisotropic effective masses

Author(s): Yi-Cai Zhang, Chao-Fei Liu, Bao Xu, Gang Chen, and W. M. LiuIn this work, we generalize the two-fluid theory to a superfluid system with anisotropic effective masses along different princip … - Storage and retrieval of interacting photons in a Rydberg medium

Author(s): Liu Yang, Bing He, and Min XiaoStoring interacting photons in ensembles of highly excited Rydberg atoms makes it possible to realize photon-photon gates. The efficiency of stopping and retr … - Type-II Dirac point and extreme dispersion in one-dimensional plasmonic-dielectric crystals with off-axis propagation

Author(s): Zhenzhen Liu, Qiang Zhang, Feifei Qin, Dasen Zhang, Xiangli Liu, and Jun Jun XiaoDirac cones exhibit linear crossing dispersion, which results in extraordinary topological properties in the … - Quantum phase transitions triggered by a four-level atomic system in dissipative environments

Author(s): Pei-Geng Zhong, Chuang Li, Yan Wang, Jie Song, Shu-Tian Liu, Yong-Yuan Jiang, and Yan XiaWe investigate the quantum phase transitions (QPTs) of a four-level system in a noisy environment. T … - Fast trajectory tracking of the steady state of open quantum systems

Author(s): S. L. Wu (武松林), X. L. Huang (黄晓理), and X. X. Yi (衣学喜)We present a control strategy to speed up the steady-state tracking for open quantum systems governed by a time-dependent Markovian mast … - Observation of indirect ionization of ${\mathrm{W}}^{7+}$ in an electron-beam ion-trap plasma

Author(s): Q. Lu, J. He, H. Tian, M. Li, Y. Yang, K. Yao, C. Chen, J. Xiao, J. G. Li, B. Tu, and Y. ZouIn this work, visible and extreme ultraviolet spectra of ${\mathrm{W}}^{7+}$ are measured using t … - Casimir friction between a magnetic and a dielectric material in the nonretarded limit

Author(s): Johan S. Høye and Iver BrevikThe repulsive nature of the static Casimir force between two half-spaces, one perfectly dielectric and the other purely magnetic, has been known since Boyer … - Enhancement factor for the electric dipole moment of the electron in the BaOH and YbOH molecules

Author(s): Malika Denis, Pi A. B. Haase, Rob G. E. Timmermans, Ephraim Eliav, Nicholas R. Hutzler, and Anastasia BorschevskyPolyatomic polar molecules are promising systems for future experiments that … - Interplay between thermal Rydberg gases and plasmas

Author(s): Daniel Weller, James P. Shaffer, Tilman Pfau, Robert Löw, and Harald KüblerWe investigate the phenomenon of bistability in a thermal gas of cesium atoms excited to Rydberg states. We presen … - Kinetic theory of nonthermal fixed points in a Bose gas

Author(s): Isara Chantesana, Asier Piñeiro Orioli, and Thomas GasenzerWe outline a kinetic theory of nonthermal fixed points for the example of a dilute Bose gas, partially reviewing results obtained … - Self-polarization effect in the middle point of an optical fiber

Author(s): A. Fusaro, N. Berti, M. Guasoni, H. R. Jauslin, A. Picozzi, J. Fatome, and D. SugnyIn this paper, we report both numerically and experimentally an unexpected phenomenon of self-polarization … - Effective potentials from semiclassical truncations

Author(s): Bekir Baytaş, Martin Bojowald, and Sean CroweCanonical variables for the Poisson algebra of quantum moments are introduced here, expressing semiclassical quantum mechanics as a canonical dy … - Spontaneous generation of phononic entanglement in quantum dark-soliton qubits

Author(s): Muzzamal I. Shaukat, Eduardo V. Castro, and Hugo TerçasWe show that entanglement between two solitary qubits in quasi-one-dimensional Bose-Einstein condensates can be spontaneously generate … - Learning robust and high-precision quantum controls

Author(s): Re-Bing Wu, Haijin Ding, Daoyi Dong, and Xiaoting WangRobust and high-precision quantum control is extremely important but challenging for the functionalization of scalable quantum computat … - Non-Markovian transient Casimir-Polder force and population dynamics on excited- and ground-state atoms: Weak- and strong-coupling regimes in generally nonreciprocal environments

Author(s): George W. Hanson, S. Ali Hassani Gangaraj, Mário G. Silveirinha, Mauro Antezza, and Francesco MonticoneThe transient Casimir-Polder force on a two-level atom introduced into a three-dimensi … - Theoretical study of the electron structure of superheavy elements with an open $6d$ shell: Sg, Bh, Hs, and Mt

Author(s): B. G. C. Lackenby, V. A. Dzuba, and V. V. FlambaumWe use recently developed efficient versions of the configuration interaction method to perform ab initio calculations of the spectra of su … - Dynamical enhancement of nonparaxial effects in the electromagnetic field of a vortex electron

Author(s): Dmitry KarlovetsA quantum state of an electron influences its electromagnetic field. If a spatial profile of the electron wave packet is not Gaussian, the particle may acquire additional in … - Four-wave mixing and enhanced analog Hawking effect in a nonlinear optical waveguide

Author(s): Scott Robertson, Charles Ciret, Serge Massar, Simon-Pierre Gorza, and Renaud ParentaniWe study in detail the scattering of light on a soliton propagating in a waveguide which has been propo … - Does large quantum Fisher information imply Bell correlations?

Author(s): Florian Fröwis, Matteo Fadel, Philipp Treutlein, Nicolas Gisin, and Nicolas BrunnerThe quantum Fisher information (QFI) of certain multipartite entangled quantum states is larger than what … - Quantum free-fall motion and quantum violation of the weak equivalence principle

Author(s): Philip Caesar M. Flores and Eric A. GalaponThe weak equivalence principle (WEP) in the quantum regime has been the subject of many studies with a broad range of approaches to the problem. H … - Fast variational quantum algorithms for training neural networks and solving convex optimizations

Author(s): Changpeng ShaoVariational hybrid quantum classical algorithms to optimizations are important applications for near-term quantum computing. This paper proposes two quantum algorithms (the se … - Measuring Hopf links and Hopf invariants in a quenched topological Raman lattice

Author(s): Jinlong YuIn a recent experimental work [Z. Wu et al., Science 354, 83 (2016)], the PKU-USTC group realized a two-dimensional two-band quantum anomalous Hall model on a square Raman lattice … - Interference-modulated photon statistics in whispering-gallery-mode microresonator optomechanics

Author(s): Ye Qu, Jiahua Li, and Ying WuWhispering-gallery-mode (WGM) microresonator optomechanical systems that can attain high quality factors, exhibit small optical mode volume, and can be excited … - Blind quantum computation with a heralded single-photon source

Author(s): Kurumiko Nagao, Tomoyuki Horikiri, and Toshihiko SasakiBlind quantum computation is a scheme that adds unconditional security to cloud quantum computation. In the protocol proposed by Broad … - Phase-dependent ionization of Rydberg atoms in static fields

Author(s): Eric Magnuson and T. F. GallagherUsing a laser intensity modulated synchronously with a 15.9 GHz microwave field we have examined laser excitation of Li atoms to the vicinity of the ionizat … - Propensity rules in photoelectron circular dichroism in chiral molecules. I. Chiral hydrogen

Author(s): Andres F. Ordonez and Olga SmirnovaPhotoelectron circular dichroism results from one-photon ionization of chiral molecules by circularly polarized light and manifests itself in forward-back … - Propensity rules in photoelectron circular dichroism in chiral molecules. II. General picture

Author(s): Andres F. Ordonez and Olga SmirnovaPhotoelectron circular dichroism results from one-photon ionization of chiral molecules by circularly polarized light and manifests itself in forward-back … - Tracking Rydberg atoms with Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Shiva Kant Tiwari and Sebastian WüsterWe propose to track the position and velocity of mobile Rydberg excited impurity atoms through the elastic interactions of the Rydberg electron with a … - Experimental realization of a momentum-space quantum walk

Author(s): Siamak Dadras, Alexander Gresch, Caspar Groiseau, Sandro Wimberger, and Gil S. SummyWe report on a discrete-time quantum walk that uses the momentum of ultra-cold rubidium-87 atoms as the w … - Many-body quantum metrology with scalar bosons in a single potential well

Author(s): Julien M. E. Fraïsse, Jae-Gyun Baak, and Uwe R. FischerWe theoretically investigate the possibility of performing high precision estimation of an externally imposed acceleration using scala … - Generation of squeezed states and single-phonon states via homodyne detection and photon subtraction on the filtered output of an optomechanical cavity

Author(s): Guifeng Huang, Wenwu Deng, Huatang Tan, and Guangling ChengIn this paper, we consider the generation of mechanical squeezed states and single-phonon Fock states, respectively, by homodyne d … - Astigmatic tomography of orbital-angular-momentum superpositions

Author(s): B. Pinheiro da Silva, D. S. Tasca, E. F. Galvão, and A. Z. KhouryWe use astigmatic transformations to characterize two-dimensional superpositions of orbital-angular-momentum states in laser … - Slow-light soliton beam splitters

Author(s): Chong Shou and Guoxiang HuangWe propose a scheme to realize slow-light soliton beam splitters by using a tripod-type four-level atomic system. We show that optical solitons, which have ultr … - Evaluating the performance of photon-number-resolving detectors

Author(s): Mattias Jönsson and Gunnar BjörkWe analyze the performance of photon-number-resolving (PNR) detectors and introduce a figure of merit for the accuracy of such detectors. This figure of meri … - Magnetic-field uniformity in neutron electric-dipole-moment experiments

Author(s): C. Abel et al.Magnetic-field uniformity is of the utmost importance in experiments to measure the electric dipole moment of the neutron. A general parametrization of the magnetic field in t … - Flag additivity in quantum resource theories

Author(s): C. L. Liu, Xiao-Dong Yu, and D. M. TongQuantum resource theories offer a powerful framework for studying various phenomena in quantum physics. Although considerable effort has been devoted … - Multipartite nonlocality and boundary conditions in one-dimensional spin chains

Author(s): Zhao-Yu Sun, Mei Wang, Yu-Yin Wu, and Bin GuoIn quantum lattice models, in the large-$N$ limit, boundary conditions have little effect upon local observables for sites in the centers of the … - Microwave spectroscopy of the Yb $6s(n+3)d→6sng$, $6snh$, and $6sni$ transitions

Author(s): F. Niyaz, J. Nunkaew, and T. F. GallagherUsing a microwave and radio frequency resonance approach we observe the transitions of ytterbium from the $6s(n+3)d$ states to the $6snℓ$ states for … - Spectral caustic in two-color high-order harmonic generation: Role of Coulomb effects

Author(s): V. A. Birulia and V. V. StrelkovThe high-order harmonic spectrum generated in a two-color intense laser field under certain conditions has a pronounced maximum caused by the so-called spect … - Tracing intermolecular Coulombic decay of carbon-dioxide dimers and oxygen dimers after valence photoionization

Author(s): W. Iskandar, A. S. Gatton, B. Gaire, F. P. Sturm, K. A. Larsen, E. G. Champenois, N. Shivaram, A. Moradmand, J. B. Williams, B. Berry, T. Severt, I. Ben-Itzhak, D. Metz, H. Sann, M. Weller, … - Tools for designing atom interferometers in a microgravity environment

Author(s): Elizabeth Ashwood, Ed Wesley Wells, Doga Murat Kurkcuoglu, Robert Colson Sapp, Charles W. Clark, and Mark EdwardsWe present a variational model suitable for rapid preliminary design of atom … - Chaotic self-trapped optical beams in strongly nonlocal nonlinear media

Author(s): Lanhua Zhong, Qi Guo, Wei Hu, Weiyi Hong, and Wei XieThe self-trapped optical beams possessing both chaotic and solitonlike properties, which are termed as chaoticons, were predicted by us … - Optomechanically induced transparency in a Laguerre-Gaussian rotational-cavity system and its application to the detection of orbital angular momentum of light fields

Author(s): Jia-Xin Peng, Zheng Chen, Qi-Zhang Yuan, and Xun-Li FengIn this paper, we investigate the optomechanically induced transparency (OMIT) phenomenon in the Laguerre-Gaussian (L-G) rotational-c … - Distinguishing photon blockade in a $\mathcal{PT}$-symmetric optomechanical system

Author(s): Dong-Yang Wang, Cheng-Hua Bai, Shutian Liu, Shou Zhang, and Hong-Fu WangWe study the effects of parity-time ($\mathcal{PT}$) symmetry on the photon blockade and distinguish the different bl … - QED and relativistic nuclear recoil corrections to the 413-nm tune-out wavelength for the 2 $^{3}S_{1}$ state of helium

Author(s): Yong-Hui Zhang, Fang-Fei Wu, Pei-Pei Zhang, Li-Yan Tang, Jun-Yi Zhang, K. G. H. Baldwin, and Ting-Yun ShiComparison of high-accuracy calculations with precision measurement of the 413-nm tu … - Tomographic reconstruction of multiqubit states by phase lift with the Nesterov algorithm

Author(s): Xudan Chai, Yi-Ping Lu, An-ning Zhang, and Qing ZhaoQuantum state tomography is of crucial importance in assessing the quality of quantum information processing devices. Tomography fundamen … - Many-body study of the $g$ factor in boronlike argon

Author(s): D. E. Maison, L. V. Skripnikov, and D. A. GlazovHighly accurate measurements of the $g$ factor of boronlike Ar are currently implemented within the ARTEMIS experiment at GSI (Darmstadt, Ger … - Coherence optimization in neutron interferometry through defocusing

Author(s): J. Nsofini, D. Sarenac, D. G. Cory, and D. A. PushinA zero-area four-blade perfect crystal neutron interferometer (NI) possess a decoherence-free subspace (DFS) for low-frequency mechanical … - Metrological advantage at finite temperature for Gaussian phase estimation

Author(s): Louis Garbe, Simone Felicetti, Perola Milman, Thomas Coudreau, and Arne KellerIn the context of phase estimation with Gaussian states, we introduce a quantifiable definition of metrological … - Intercomponent correlations in attractive one-dimensional mass-imbalanced few-body mixtures

Author(s): Daniel Pęcak and Tomasz SowińskiGround-state properties of a few attractively interacting ultracold atoms of different mass confined in a one-dimensional harmonic trap are studied. The anal … - Decay mechanisms of superflow of Bose-Einstein condensates in ring traps

Author(s): Masaya Kunimi and Ippei DanshitaWe study the supercurrent decay of a Bose-Einstein condensate in a ring trap combined with a repulsive barrier potential. In recent experiments, Kumar et al. … - Nonlocal homogenization of $\mathcal{PT}$-symmetric multilayered structures

Author(s): Denis V. Novitsky, Alexander S. Shalin, and Andrey NovitskyUnique and highly tunable optical properties of $\mathcal{PT}$-symmetric systems and metamaterials enable a plenty of entirely new … - Simultaneous ultrabroadband quasi-phase-matching for high-order harmonic generation

Author(s): Georgiy Shoulga and Alon BahabadWe propose a simple quasi-phase-matching (QPM) scheme in high-order harmonic generation (HHG) based on the approximately linear dependence of the phase misma … - Multiphoton nonclassical state generated by hyperradiance originating from a quasi-subradiant state

Author(s): Teng Zhao, Yan Yan, Guo-qing Yang, Guang-ming Huang, Yifu Zhu, and Gao-xiang LiIn a driven cavity QED system with two nonidentical qubits of different resonant frequencies, a multiphoton no … - Huygens' dipole for polarization-controlled nanoscale light routing

Author(s): Sergey Nechayev, Jörg S. Eismann, Martin Neugebauer, Paweł Woźniak, Ankan Bag, Gerd Leuchs, and Peter BanzerStructured illumination allows for satisfying the first Kerker condition of in-ph … - Thermal processes and state achievability

Author(s): Paweł MazurekThe resource theory of thermal operations aims at describing possible transitions of microscale systems interacting with a macroscale environment under the fundamental assumpti … - Exceptional-point-induced lasing dynamics in a non-Hermitian Su-Schrieffer-Heeger model

Author(s): K. L. Zhang, P. Wang, and Z. SongNon-Hermitian systems exhibit many peculiar dynamic behaviors that never showed up in Hermitian systems. The existence of spectral singularity for a non-Her … - Robust generation of entangled fields against inhomogeneous parameters of coupled superconducting resonators and qubits

Author(s): Sheng-li Ma, Ji-kun Xie, Xin-ke Li, and Fu-li LiWe propose an efficient approach for the generation of a stable entangled state of microwave fields in circuit quantum electrodynamics. The s … - What determines the ultimate precision of a quantum computer

Author(s): Xavier WaintalA quantum error correction (QEC) code uses ${N}_{\mathrm{c}}$ quantum bits to construct one “logical” quantum bit of better quality than the original “physical” ones. QEC theo … - Entanglement gain in measurements with unknown results

Author(s): Margherita Zuppardo, Ray Ganardi, Marek Miller, Somshubhro Bandyopadhyay, and Tomasz PaterekWe characterize nonselective global projective measurements capable of increasing quantum entangl … - Steady-state entanglement and coherence of two coupled qubits in equilibrium and nonequilibrium environments

Author(s): Zhihai Wang, Wei Wu, and Jin WangWe analytically and numerically investigate the steady-state entanglement and coherence of two coupled qubits, each interacting with a local boson or fermio … - Atom-Volkov strong-field approximation for above-threshold ionization

Author(s): D. B. Milošević and W. BeckerWe introduce an approximation for strong-laser-field-induced ionization of atoms, which we call atom-Volkov strong-field approximation (aV SFA). For the final s … - Interaction effects on the $\mathcal{PT}$-symmetry-breaking transition in atomic gases

Author(s): Ziheng Zhou and Zhenhua YuNon-Hermitian systems having parity-time ($\mathcal{PT}$) symmetry can undergo a transition, spontaneously breaking the symmetry. Ultracold atomic gases provide an … - Determination of Chern numbers with a phase-retrieval algorithm

Author(s): Tomasz Szołdra, Krzysztof Sacha, and Arkadiusz KosiorUltracold atoms in optical lattices form a clean quantum simulator platform which can be utilized to examine topological phenomena and t … - Two-time correlators for propagating squeezed microwave fields in transients

Author(s): Juan Atalaya, Mostafa Khezri, and Alexander N. KorotkovWe analyze two-time correlators as the most natural characteristic of a propagating quadrature-squeezed field in the transient regime. … - Quantum interference near graphene layers: Observing the surface plasmons with transverse electric polarization

Author(s): Xiaodong Zeng, Zhenghong Li, Guo-Qin Ge, and M. Suhail ZubairyThe spontaneous emission of a V-type three-level quantum emitter near graphene layers is investigated. With appropriate doping … - Structure of quantum stochastic processes with finite Markov order

Author(s): Philip Taranto, Simon Milz, Felix A. Pollock, and Kavan ModiNon-Markovian quantum processes exhibit different memory effects when measured in different ways; an unambiguous characterization … - Orthogonalization of fermion $k$-body operators and representability

Author(s): Volker Bach and Robert RauchThe reduced $k$-particle density matrix of a density matrix on finite-dimensional, fermion Fock space can be defined as the image under the orthogonal projection … - Spin-qubit noise spectroscopy from randomized benchmarking by supervised learning

Author(s): Chengxian Zhang and Xin WangWe demonstrate a method to obtain the spectra of $1/f$ noises in spin-qubit devices from randomized benchmarking, assisted by supervised learning. The noise expo … - Low-energy-electron production after $2p$ ionization of argon clusters

Author(s): Hironobu Fukuzawa, Yiwen Li, Daehyun You, Yuta Sakakibara, Syuhei Yamada, Yuta Ito, Tsukasa Takanashi, Masaki Oura, Norio Saito, and Kiyoshi UedaIrradiation of matter with x rays causes inn … - Symmetry-breaking instability of leapfrogging vortex rings in a Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): Mayumi Ikuta, Yumi Sugano, and Hiroki SaitoThree coaxial quantized vortex rings in a Bose-Einstein condensate exhibit aperiodic leapfrogging dynamics. It is found that such circular vortex … - Hidden order in quantum many-body dynamics of driven-dissipative nonlinear photonic lattices

Author(s): Jirawat Tangpanitanon, Stephen R. Clark, V. M. Bastidas, Rosario Fazio, Dieter Jaksch, and Dimitris G. AngelakisWe study the dynamics of nonlinear photonic lattices driven by two-photon par … - Seeded and unseeded high-order parametric down-conversion

Author(s): Cameron Okoth, Andrea Cavanna, Nicolas Y. Joly, and Maria V. ChekhovaSpontaneous parametric down-conversion (SPDC) has been one of the foremost tools in quantum optics for over five decades … - Information flow versus divisibility for qubit evolution

Author(s): Sagnik Chakraborty and Dariusz ChruścińskiWe study the relation between lack of information backflow and completely positive divisibility for noninvertible qubit dynamical maps. Recently, t … - Validity of the Landauer principle and quantum memory effects via collisional models

Author(s): Zhong-Xiao Man, Yun-Jie Xia, and Rosario Lo FrancoWe study the validity of the Landauer principle in the non-Markovian regime by means of collisional models where the intracollisions inside … - Dynamics of indistinguishable free particles driven by a quantum bath

Author(s): Marco Nizama and Manuel O. CáceresThe time evolution of correlations for two indistinguishable free particles, in a one-dimensional lattice interacting with a quantum bath, is studied in th … - Accelerating adiabatic protocols for entangling two qubits in circuit QED

Author(s): F. Petiziol, B. Dive, S. Carretta, R. Mannella, F. Mintert, and S. WimbergerWe introduce a method to speed up adiabatic protocols for creating entanglement between two qubits dispersively c … - Isotope shifts in $^{20,22}\mathrm{Ne}$: Precision measurements and global analysis in the framework of intermediate coupling

Author(s): B. Ohayon, H. Rahangdale, A. J. Geddes, J. C. Berengut, and G. RonWe report precision measurements of the $^{20}\mathrm{Ne}$–$^{22}\mathrm{Ne}$ isotope shift for several transitions, as wel … - Simulating the structural diversity of carbon clusters across the planar-to-fullerene transition

Author(s): Maëlle A. Bonnin, Cyril Falvo, Florent Calvo, Thomas Pino, and Pascal ParneixTogether with the second generation REBO reactive potential, replica-exchange molecular dynamics simulations cou … - Cold reactive and nonreactive collisions of Li and Rb with ${\mathrm{C}}_{2}{}^{−}$: Implications for hybrid-trap experiments

Author(s): Milaim Kas, Jérôme Loreau, Jacques Liévin, and Nathalie VaeckWe present a theoretical investigation of cold reactive and nonreactive collisions of Li and Rb atoms with ${\mathrm{C}}_{2}{}^{ … - Wigner time delay in photodetachment

Author(s): Soumyajit Saha, Jobin Jose, Pranawa C. Deshmukh, G. Aravind, Valeriy K. Dolmatov, Anatoli S. Kheifets, and Steven T. MansonUsing ${\mathrm{Cl}}^{−}$ as a test case, Wigner time delay in the … - Pulse-duration dependence of the double-to-single ionization ratio of Ne by intense 780-nm and 800-nm laser fields: Comparison of simulations with experiments

Author(s): Zhangjin Chen, Lina Zhang, Yali Wang, Oleg Zatsarinny, Klaus Bartschat, Toru Morishita, and C. D. LinAccurate ab initio calculations of the ratio of double-to-single ionization of Ne atoms … - Zero-energy proton dissociation of ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}^{+}$ through stimulated Raman scattering

Author(s): Xinhua Xie (谢新华), Stefan Roither, Seyedreza Larimian, Sonia Erattupuzha, Li Zhang (张丽), Daniil Kartashov, Feng He (何峰), Andrius Baltuška, and Markus KitzlerWe experimentally investigate dis … - Interference effect and Autler-Townes splitting in coherent blue light generated by four-wave mixing

Author(s): M. P. Moreno, A. A. C. de Almeida, and S. S. ViannaAn unexpected interference effect between four-wave mixing excitation routes in rubidium vapor is observed using a combination of a cw dio … - Two-dimensional mixture of dipolar fermions: Equation of state and magnetic phases

Author(s): Tommaso Comparin, Raúl Bombín, Markus Holzmann, Ferran Mazzanti, Jordi Boronat, and Stefano GiorginiWe study a two-component mixture of fermionic dipoles in two dimensions at zero temperatu … - Quantum metrology with one-dimensional superradiant photonic states

Author(s): V. Paulisch, M. Perarnau-Llobet, A. González-Tudela, and J. I. CiracPhotonic states with large and fixed photon numbers, such as Fock states, enable quantum-enhanced metrology but remain an … - Erratum: Characterization of Gram matrices of multimode coherent states [Phys. Rev. A 99, 012346 (2019)]

Author(s): Ashutosh S. Marwah and Norbert Lütkenhaus[Phys. Rev. A 99, 049903] Published Mon Apr 08, 2019 - Ultracold mercury–alkali-metal molecules for electron-electric-dipole-moment searches

Author(s): A. Sunaga, V. S. Prasannaa, M. Abe, M. Hada, and B. P. DasHeavy polar diatomic molecules are the leading candidates in searches for the permanent electric-dipole moment of the electron (eED …