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Author(s): Yu-Zhu Shan, Shi-Hai Sun, Xiang-Chun Ma, Mu-Sheng Jiang, Yan-Li Zhou, and Lin-Mei LiangMeasurement-device-independent quantum key distribution (MDI-QKD) can remove all detector loopholes. W … - Circular dichroism in molecular-frame photoelectron angular distributions in the dissociative photoionization of H2 and D2 molecules

Author(s): J. F. Pérez-Torres, J. L. Sanz-Vicario, K. Veyrinas, P. Billaud, Y. J. Picard, C. Elkharrat, S. Marggi Poullain, N. Saquet, M. Lebech, J. C. Houver, F. Martín, and D. DowekThe presence of n … - Resonant extended states in driven quasiperiodic lattices: Aubry-Andre localization by design

Author(s): L. Morales-Molina, E. Doerner, C. Danieli, and S. FlachWe consider a quasiperiodic Aubry-Andre (AA) model and add a weak time-space-periodic perturbation. The undriven AA model is chosen to … - Universal and nonuniversal effective N-body interactions for ultracold harmonically trapped few-atom systems

Author(s): X. Y. Yin, D. Blume, P. R. Johnson, and E. TiesingaThe ground-state energy for a small number of ultracold atoms in an isotropic harmonic trap was derived using effective quantum field theo … - Controllable optical bistability of an asymmetric cavity containing a single two-level atom

Author(s): Xiuwen Xia, Jingping Xu, and Yaping YangOptical bistability of a single-mode cavity containing a two-level atom in the Purcell regime has been analyzed. Compared with the case of a symmetri … - Continuous-variable phase estimation with unitary and random linear disturbance

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Author(s): J. Antolín, J. C. Angulo, S. Mulas, and S. López-RosaRelativistic effects in one-particle densities of hydrogenic systems are quantified by means of global and local density functionals: th … - Electron-loss-to-continuum cusp in U88++N2 collisions

Author(s): P.-M. Hillenbrand, S. Hagmann, A. B. Voitkiv, B. Najjari, D. Banaś, K.-H. Blumenhagen, C. Brandau, W. Chen, E. De Filippo, A. Gumberidze, D. L. Guo, C. Kozhuharov, M. Lestinsky, Yu. A. Litv … - Influence of the imaginary component of the photonic potential on the properties of solitons in PT-symmetric systems

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Author(s): Barry C. Sanders and Christopher C. GerryThe NOON state, which was introduced as a resource for quantum-enhanced metrology, is in fact a special case of a superposition of two SU(2) coheren … - Characteristics of universal embezzling families

Author(s): Debbie Leung and Bingjie WangQuantum state embezzlement is the transformation |μ〉↦|μ〉|φ〉 using only local operations, where |φ〉 and |μ〉 are multipartite quantum states. Exact embezzlement i … - Alignment and pulse-duration effects in two-photon double ionization of H2 by femtosecond XUV laser pulses

Author(s): Xiaoxu Guan, Klaus Bartschat, Barry I. Schneider, and Lars KoesterkeWe present calculations for the dependence of the two-photon double ionization (DI) of H2 on the relative orientation of … - Domain walls and bubble droplets in immiscible binary Bose gases

Author(s): G. Filatrella, Boris A. Malomed, and Mario SalernoThe existence and stability of domain walls (DWs) and bubble-droplet (BD) states in binary mixtures of quasi-one-dimensional ultracold Bose … - Improving the cooling performance of a mechanical resonator with two-level-system defects

Author(s): Tian Chen and Xiang-Bin WangWe study the cooling performance of a realistic mechanical resonator containing defects. The normal cooling method through an optomechanical system does not work … - Non-Markovian dynamics of a single-mode cavity strongly coupled to an inhomogeneously broadened spin ensemble

Author(s): Dmitry O. Krimer, Stefan Putz, Johannes Majer, and Stefan RotterWe study the dynamics of a spin ensemble strongly coupled to a single-mode resonator driven by external pulses. When the mean … - Bose-Einstein condensation of photons with nonlocal nonlinearity in a dye-doped graded-index microcavity

Author(s): Marcello Calvanese Strinati and Claudio ContiWe consider a microcavity made by a graded-index glass, doped with dye molecules, placed within two planar mirrors and study Bose-Einstein conde … - Squeezed-state generation from single-photon sources

Author(s): Radim Filip and Petr ZapletalWe propose a conditional generation of quantum squeezing from realistic single-photon states. The proposed method does not require any coherent measurement proj … - Long coherence times for Rydberg qubits on a superconducting atom chip

Author(s): C. Hermann-Avigliano, R. Celistrino Teixeira, T. L. Nguyen, T. Cantat-Moltrecht, G. Nogues, I. Dotsenko, S. Gleyzes, J. M. Raimond, S. Haroche, and M. BruneThe quantum properties of cold ru … - Room-temperature ultrasensitive mass spectrometer via dynamical decoupling

Author(s): Nan Zhao and Zhang-qi YinWe propose an ultrasensitive mass spectrometer based on a coupled quantum-bit-oscillator system. Under dynamical decoupling control of the quantum bit (qubit), the … - Sudden change in dynamics of genuine multipartite entanglement of cavity-reservoir qubits

Author(s): Mazhar Ali and A. R. P. RauWe study the dynamics of genuine multipartite entanglement for a system of four qubits. Using a computable entanglement monotone for multipartite systems, we inve … - Anisotropy enhancement of the Casimir-Polder force between a nanoparticle and graphene

Author(s): S.-A. Biehs and G. S. AgarwalWe derive the analytical expressions for the thermal Casimir-Polder energy and force between a spheroidal nanoparticle above a semi-infinite material and a grap … - Ejection of innershell electrons induced by recollision in a laser-driven carbon atom

Author(s): Erik Lötstedt and Katsumi MidorikawaEjection of core electrons as a result of recollision in a laser-driven carbon atom is theoretically investigated with a quasiclassical model. The model, … - Failure of the local generalized Gibbs ensemble for integrable models with bound states

Author(s): Garry Goldstein and Natan AndreiIn this work we study the applicability of the local generalized Gibbs ensemble (GGE) to integrable one-dimensional systems with bound states. We find that t … - Quench between a Mott insulator and a Lieb-Liniger liquid

Author(s): Garry Goldstein and Natan AndreiIn this work we study a quench between a Mott insulator and a repulsive Lieb-Liniger liquid. We explicitly find the stationary state when a long time has pas … - Phase diffusion in a Bose-Einstein condensate of light

Author(s): A.-W. de Leeuw, E. C. I. van der Wurff, R. A. Duine, and H. T. C. StoofWe study phase diffusion in a Bose–Einstein condensate of light in a dye-filled optical microcavity, i.e., the spreadi … - Quantum magnetism of ultracold atoms with a dynamical pseudospin degree of freedom

Author(s): Tobias Graß, Alessio Celi, and Maciej LewensteinWe consider bosons in a Hubbard lattice with an SU(N) pseudospin degree of freedom which is made dynamical via a coherent transfer term. It i … - Role of ionization-excitation processes in the cross section for direct ionization of heavy atomic ions by electron impact

Author(s): J. L. Zeng, L. P. Liu, P. F. Liu, and J. M. YuanThe contribution to the ionization cross section of ionization-excitation processes by electron impact is usually negligibly small for low- a … - Publisher's Note: Systematic pathway to PT-symmetry breaking in scattering systems [Phys. Rev. A 90, 043809 (2014)]

Author(s): P. A. Kalozoumis, G. Pappas, F. K. Diakonos, and P. Schmelcher[Phys. Rev. A 90, 049903] Published Thu Oct 23, 2014 - Role of laser-driven electron-multirescattering in resonance-enhanced below-threshold harmonic generation in He atoms

Author(s): Peng-Cheng Li, Yae-Lin Sheu, Cecil Laughlin, and Shih-I ChuWe present an ab initio investigation of the below-threshold harmonic generation of helium (He) atoms in few-cycle infrared laser … - Non-Abelian geometric phase in the diamond nitrogen-vacancy center

Author(s): Mark A. Kowarsky, Lloyd C. L. Hollenberg, and Andrew M. MartinThis paper introduces a theoretical framework for understanding the accumulation of non-Abelian geometric phases in rotating ni … - Pauli equation for a charged spin particle on a curved surface in an electric and magnetic field

Author(s): Yong-Long Wang, Long Du, Chang-Tan Xu, Xiao-Jun Liu, and Hong-Shi ZongWe derive the Pauli equation for a charged spin particle confined to move on a spatially curved surface S in an electro … - Counterfactual distributed controlled-phase gate for quantum-dot spin qubits in double-sided optical microcavities

Author(s): Qi Guo, Liu-Yong Cheng, Li Chen, Hong-Fu Wang, and Shou ZhangThe existing distributed quantum gates required physical particles to be transmitted between two distant nodes in the quantum ne … - Detection of multipartite entanglement in spin rings by use of exchange energy

Author(s): I. Siloi and F. TroianiWe investigate multipartite entanglement in rings of arbitrary spins with antiferromagnetic interactions between nearest neighbors. In particular, we show that the no … - High-bit-rate continuous-variable quantum key distribution

Author(s): Paul Jouguet, David Elkouss, and Sébastien Kunz-JacquesHere, we demonstrate that a practical continuous-variable quantum key distribution (QKD) protocol relying on the Gaussian modulation o … - Robustness of controlled quantum dynamics

Author(s): Andy Koswara and Raj ChakrabartiThe control of multilevel quantum systems is sensitive to implementation errors in the control field and uncertainties associated with system Hamiltonian par … - Autler-Townes spectroscopy with interaction-induced dephasing

Author(s): Hao Zhang, Linjie Zhang, Limei Wang, Shanxia Bao, Jianming Zhao, Suotang Jia, and Georg RaithelWe study the effects of Rydberg-atom interactions on Autler-Townes (AT) spectra in a dense gas … - Tailoring azimuthal optical force on lossy chiral particles in Bessel beams

Author(s): Huajin Chen, Neng Wang, Wanli Lu, Shiyang Liu, and Zhifang LinBased on the Mie scattering theory and Maxwell stress tensor method, we investigate the transverse optical force (TOF) acting o … - Atom-dimer scattering and stability of Bose and Fermi mixtures

Author(s): Xiaoling CuiMotivated by a recent experiment by the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon (ENS) group on the mixture of Bose and Fermi superfluids [I. Ferrier-Barbut et al., Science 345, 1035 (2 … - Testing macroscopic realism through high-mass interferometry

Author(s): Clive Emary, J. P. Cotter, and Markus ArndtWe define a quantum witness for high-mass matter-wave interferometers that allows us to test fundamental assumptions of macroscopic realism. We pr … - Cloning in nonlinear Hamiltonian quantum and hybrid mechanics

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Author(s): Fabian FurrerA big challenge in continuous-variable quantum key distribution is to prove security against arbitrary coherent attacks including realistic assumptions such as finite-size effe … - Parafermion stabilizer codes

Author(s): Utkan Güngördü, Rabindra Nepal, and Alexey A. KovalevWe define and study parafermion stabilizer codes, which can be viewed as generalizations of Kitaev's one-dimensional (1D) model of … - Beyond the Born-Oppenheimer approximation with quantum Monte Carlo methods

Author(s): Norm M. Tubman, Ilkka Kylänpää, Sharon Hammes-Schiffer, and David M. CeperleyIn this work we develop tools that enable the study of nonadiabatic effects with variational and diffusion Monte … - Experimental investigation of the interatomic Coulombic decay in NeAr dimers

Author(s): P. O'Keeffe, A. Ciavardini, E. Ripani, P. Bolognesi, M. Coreno, L. Avaldi, M. Devetta, M. Di Fraia, C. Callegari, K. C. Prince, and R. RichterThe kinetic-energy distribution of interat … - Spin-exchange narrowing of the atomic ground-state resonances

Author(s): W. Chalupczak, P. Josephs-Franks, B. Patton, and S. PustelnyAt the most fundamental level, the performance of atomic sensors is limited by quantum decoherence. The problem of decoherence ha … - Theoretical analysis of Young-type electron interference in He2++H2 collisions using a semiclassical model

Author(s): G. Oliviéro, V. Pestel, L. Bottey, M. Philippe, and F. FrémontA four-body semiclassical model is developed to describe interferences observed in the angular distribution of Auger electrons … - Ion-momentum imaging of dissociative-electron-attachment dynamics in acetylene

Author(s): M. Fogle, D. J. Haxton, A. L. Landers, A. E. Orel, and T. N. RescignoWe present experimental results for dissociative electron attachment to acetylene near the 3 eV 2Πg resonance. In partic … - Heteropairing and component-dependent pseudogap phenomena in an ultracold Fermi gas with different species with different masses

Author(s): Ryo Hanai and Yoji OhashiWe investigate the superfluid phase transition and single-particle excitations in the BCS (Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer)-BEC (Bose-Einstein condensation) crossover reg … - Single-particle versus pair superfluidity in a bilayer system of dipolar bosons

Author(s): A. Macia, G. E. Astrakharchik, F. Mazzanti, S. Giorgini, and J. BoronatWe consider the ground state of a bilayer system of dipolar bosons, where dipoles are oriented by an external field in … - Flat-band ferromagnetism in the multilayer Lieb optical lattice

Author(s): Kazuto Noda, Kensuke Inaba, and Makoto YamashitaWe theoretically study magnetic properties of two-component cold fermions in half-filled multilayer Lieb optical lattices, i.e., two, three, … - Manipulation of a two-photon state in a χ(2)-modulated nonlinear waveguide array

Author(s): Y. Yang, P. Xu, L. L. Lu, and S. N. ZhuWe propose to engineer the quantum state in a high-dimensional Hilbert space by taking advantage of a χ(2)-modulated nonlinear waveguide array. By var … - Optimization of the regime of shortening of relativistically strong laser pulses in the process of excitation of a plasma wake wave

Author(s): A. V. Kim, A. G. Litvak, V. A. Mironov, and S. A. SkobelevA detailed theoretical investigation is performed for the self-compression of relativistically strong laser pulses under plasma wak … - Emission of orbital-angular-momentum-entangled photon pairs in a nonlinear ring fiber utilizing spontaneous parametric down-conversion

Author(s): D. Javůrek, J. Svozilík, and J. Peřina, Jr.We suggest the generation of photon pairs in a thermally induced nonlinear periodically poled silica fiber by spontaneous parametric down-conversi … - Effect of loss on photon-pair generation in nonlinear waveguide arrays

Author(s): Diana A. Antonosyan, Alexander S. Solntsev, and Andrey A. SukhorukovWe describe theoretically the process of spontaneous parametric down-conversion in quadratic nonlinear waveguide arrays i … - Dressed four-wave mixing second-order Talbot effect

Author(s): Haixia Chen, Xun Zhang, Dayu Zhu, Chang Yang, Tao Jiang, Huaibin Zheng, and Yanpeng ZhangWe theoretically demonstrate second-order Talbot effect (SOTE) based on entangled photon pairs. The … - Mode broadening induced by nanoparticles in an optical whispering-gallery microcavity

Author(s): Yuwen Hu, Linbo Shao, Stephen Arnold, Yong-Chun Liu, Cao-Yuan Ma, and Yun-Feng XiaoWe theoretically investigate mode broadening of a high-Q optical whispering-gallery microcavity coupled to … - Squeezing in a coupled two-mode optomechanical system for force sensing below the standard quantum limit

Author(s): Xunnong Xu and Jacob M. TaylorOptomechanics allows the transduction of weak forces to optical fields, with many efforts approaching the standard quantum limit. We consider force sensing in … - Adiabatic-Markovian bath dynamics at avoided crossings

Author(s): P. NalbachWe investigate the dissipative influence of environmental fluctuations on the dynamics of driven quantum systems at an avoided crossing. We derive two simple approximative equatio … - Improved error-tradeoff and error-disturbance relations in terms of measurement error components

Author(s): Xiao-Ming Lu, Sixia Yu, Kazuo Fujikawa, and C. H. OhHeisenberg's uncertainty principle is quantified by error-disturbance tradeoff relations, which have been tested experimentally in v … - Deterministic generation of entanglement between a quantum-dot spin and a photon

Author(s): Shuo Sun and Edo WaksWe propose a method for deterministic generation of entanglement between a quantum-dot spin and a photon. Entanglement is established by an elastic scattering event fro … - Hybrid entanglement in a triple-quantum-dot shuttle device

Author(s): J. Mora, E. Cota, and F. RojasWe study the H3×N hybrid entanglement between charge and vibrational modes in a triple-quantum-dot shuttle system. Three quantum dots are linearly connected, w … - Generation of entanglement in systems of intercoupled qubits

Author(s): Levon Chakhmakhchyan, Claude Leroy, Nerses Ananikian, and Stéphane GuérinWe consider systems of two and three qubits, mutually coupled by Heisenberg-type exchange interaction and interactin … - Absorption-line-shape recovery beyond the detection-bandwidth limit: Application to the precision spectroscopic measurement of the Boltzmann constant

Author(s): F. Rohart, S. Mejri, P. L. T. Sow, S. K. Tokunaga, C. Chardonnet, B. Darquié, H. Dinesan, E. Fasci, A. Castrillo, L. Gianfrani, and C. DaussyA theoretical model of the influence of detectio … - Observing dipolar confinement-induced resonances in quasi-one-dimensional atomic gases

Author(s): Tao Shi and Su YiWe develop a theoretical framework for the quasi-low-dimensional confinement-induced resonances (CIRs) of particles with three-dimensional two-body interactions describable … - Jaynes-Cummings dynamics in mesoscopic ensembles of Rydberg-blockaded atoms

Author(s): I. I. Beterov, T. Andrijauskas, D. B. Tretyakov, V. M. Entin, E. A. Yakshina, I. I. Ryabtsev, and S. BergaminiWe show that Jaynes-Cummings dynamics can be observed in mesoscopic atomic ense … - Phase separation in a spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): Sandeep Gautam and S. K. AdhikariWe study a spin-orbit (SO)-coupled hyperfine spin-1 Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) in a quasi-one-dimensional trap. For an SO-coupled BEC in a one-dimension … - Breaking the resilience of a two-dimensional Bose-Einstein condensate to fragmentation

Author(s): Shachar Klaiman, Axel U. J. Lode, Alexej I. Streltsov, Lorenz S. Cederbaum, and Ofir E. AlonA two-dimensional Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) split by a radial potential barrier is investiga … - Collective excitations of a harmonically trapped, two-dimensional, spin-polarized dipolar Fermi gas in the hydrodynamic regime

Author(s): B. P. van Zyl, E. Zaremba, and J. TowersThe collective excitations of a zero-temperature, spin-polarized, harmonically trapped, two-dimensional dipolar Fermi gas are examined within the Tho … - Impact of nonradiative line broadening on emission in photonic and plasmonic cavities

Author(s): Pavel Ginzburg, Alexey V. Krasavin, David Richards, and Anatoly V. ZayatsA light-matter interaction modified by the material environment is one of the central topics in quantum electrodynam … - Cavity-output-field control via interference effects

Author(s): Viorel Ciornea and Mihai A. MacoveiWe show how interference effects are responsible for manipulating the output electromagnetic field of an optical microresonator in the good-cavity limit. … - Quantum dynamics of a two-level emitter with a modulated transition frequency

Author(s): Mihai Macovei and Christoph H. KeitelThe resonant quantum dynamics of an excited two-level emitter is investigated via classical modulation of its transition frequency while simultaneously … - Formation and manipulation of optomechanical chaos via a bichromatic driving

Author(s): Jinyong Ma, Cai You, Liu-Gang Si, Hao Xiong, Jiahua Li, Xiaoxue Yang, and Ying WuWe propose a scheme to efficiently manipulate optomechanical systems into and out of chaotic regimes. Here t … - Dynamic stabilization of an optomechanical oscillator

Author(s): H. Seok, E. M. Wright, and P. MeystreQuantum optomechanics offers the potential to investigate quantum effects in macroscopic quantum systems in extremely well-controlled experiments. In th … - Continuous-variable cluster-state generation over the optical spatial mode comb

Author(s): Raphael Pooser and Jietai JingOne-way quantum computing uses single-qubit projective measurements performed on a cluster state (a highly entangled state of multiple qubits) in order to enac … - Transferring entangled states through spin chains by boundary-state multiplets

Author(s): Peter Lorenz and Joachim StolzeQuantum spin chains may be used to transfer quantum states between elements of a quantum information processing device. A scheme discovered recently [Phys. Re … - Phase memory across two single-photon interferometers including wavelength conversion

Author(s): A. Heuer, S. Raabe, and R. MenzelSpontaneous parametric down-conversion (SPDC) in a nonlinear crystal generates two single photons (signal and idler) with random phases. Thus, no first-orde … - Time-driven quantum master equations and their compatibility with the fluctuation dissipation theorem

Author(s): Jérôme Flakowski, Maksym Osmanov, David Taj, and Hans Christian ÖttingerWe contribute to a long-standing debate on the supposed failure of the fluctuation dissipation theorem (FDT) for the …