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Author(s): Alexander G. Abanov and Andrey GromovWe compute electromagnetic, gravitational, and mixed linear response functions of two-dimensional free fermions in an external quantizing magnetic field … - Structural and electronic origin of the magnetic structures in hexagonal LuFeO3

Author(s): Hongwei Wang, Igor V. Solovyev, Wenbin Wang, Xiao Wang, Philip J. Ryan, David J. Keavney, Jong-Woo Kim, Thomas Z. Ward, Leyi Zhu, Jian Shen, X. M. Cheng, Lixin He, Xiaoshan Xu, and Xifan Wu … - Tuning order-by-disorder multiferroicity in CuO by doping

Author(s): J. Hellsvik, M. Balestieri, T. Usui, A. Stroppa, A. Bergman, L. Bergqvist, D. Prabhakaran, O. Eriksson, S. Picozzi, T. Kimura, and J. LorenzanaThe high Curie temperature multiferroic compou … - Equilibrium and nonequilibrium properties of synthetic metamagnetic films: A Monte Carlo study

Author(s): James Mayberry, Keith Tauscher, and Michel PleimlingSynthetic antiferromagnets with strong perpendicular anisotropy can be modeled by layered Ising antiferromagnets. Accounting for the fact … - Two-gap superconductivity in heavily n-doped graphene: Ab initio Migdal-Eliashberg theory

Author(s): E. R. Margine and Feliciano GiustinoGraphene is the only member of the carbon family from zero- to three-dimensional materials for which superconductivity has not been observed yet. At this … - Quantum turbulence visualized by particle dynamics

Author(s): M. La Mantia and L. SkrbekThe Lagrangian dynamics of micrometer-sized solid particles of hydrogen and deuterium is investigated in thermal counterflow of superfluid He4 at length scales ℓex … - NMR investigation of spin correlations in BaCo2As2

Author(s): K. Ahilan, T. Imai, A. S. Sefat, and F. L. NingWe use NMR techniques to investigate the magnetic properties of BaCo2As2 single crystals, the nonsuperconducting end member of the Co-substitu … - Honeycomb, square, and kagome vortex lattices in superconducting systems with multiscale intervortex interactions

Author(s): Qingyou Meng, Christopher N. Varney, Hans Fangohr, and Egor BabaevThe recent proposal of Romero-Isart et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 145304 (2013)PRLTAO10.1103/PhysRevLett.111.145304] to uti … - Diffusion and interdiffusion in binary metallic melts

Author(s): P. Kuhn, J. Horbach, F. Kargl, A. Meyer, and Th. VoigtmannWe discuss the dependence of self- and interdiffusion coefficients on temperature and composition for two prototypical binary metal … - Magnetic domain wall coercivity and aftereffect in antiferromagnetic/ferromagnetic bilayers

Author(s): J. Moritz, P. Bacher, and B. DienyExchange bias and coercivity are investigated in antiferromagnetic (AFM)/ferromagnetic (FM) bilayers by steepest descent and Monte Carlo simulations. For a … - Nuclear forward scattering and first-principles studies of the iron oxide phase Fe4O5

Author(s): Karunakar Kothapalli, Eunja Kim, Tomasz Kolodziej, Philippe F. Weck, Ercan E. Alp, Yuming Xiao, Paul Chow, C. Kenney-Benson, Yue Meng, Sergey Tkachev, Andrzej Kozlowski, Barbara Lavina, and … - Nernst effect in the electron-doped cuprate superconductor Pr2−xCexCuO4: Superconducting fluctuations, upper critical field Hc2, and the origin of the Tc dome

Author(s): F. F. Tafti, F. Laliberté, M. Dion, J. Gaudet, P. Fournier, and Louis TailleferThe Nernst effect was measured in the electron-doped cuprate superconductor Pr2−xCexCuO4 (PCCO) at four concen … - Manipulation of electron flow using near-zero index semiconductor metamaterials

Author(s): Romain Fleury and Andrea AlùWe study the possibility of controlling the propagation of ballistic electrons using an electronic metamaterial with zero quantum index of refraction. This is ob … - Neutron, electron, and x-ray scattering investigation of Cr1−xVx near quantum criticality

Author(s): D. A. Sokolov, M. C. Aronson, L. Wu, Y. Zhu, C. Nelson, J. F. Mansfield, K. Sun, R. Erwin, J. W. Lynn, M. Lumsden, and S. E. NaglerThe weakness of electron-electron correlations in the itin … - Functional renormalization group for commensurate antiferromagnets: Beyond the mean-field picture

Author(s): Stefan A. Maier, Andreas Eberlein, and Carsten HonerkampWe present a functional renormalization group (fRG) formalism for interacting fermions on lattices that captures the flow into states … - Magnetic properties and heat capacity of the three-dimensional frustrated S=12 antiferromagnet PbCuTe2O6

Author(s): B. Koteswararao, R. Kumar, P. Khuntia, Sayantika Bhowal, S. K. Panda, M. R. Rahman, A. V. Mahajan, I. Dasgupta, M. Baenitz, Kee Hoon Kim, and F. C. ChouWe report magnetic susceptibility (χ) … - Effect of material properties on the accuracy of antiresonant approximation: Linear and second-order optical responses

Author(s): Nicolas Tancogne-Dejean, Bernardo S. Mendoza, and Valérie VéniardMany ab initio calculations, in particular in solid state physics, rely on the antiresonant approximation. In this paper we … - Effects of screening on the propagation of graphene surface plasmons

Author(s): Ken-ichi Sasaki and Norio KumadaElectromagnetic fields bound tightly to charge carriers in a two-dimensional sheet, namely surface plasmons, are shielded by metallic plates that are a part … - Quantum confinement effect in armchair graphene nanoribbons: Effect of strain on band gap modulation studied using first-principles calculations

Author(s): Siow Mean Loh, Yu-Hui Huang, Ken-Ming Lin, W. S. Su, B. R. Wu, and T. C. LeungThe quantum confinement effect may play an important role in the gap modulation of armchair graphene nanoribbon … - Nonadiabatic stationary behavior in a driven low-dimensional gapped system

Author(s): Anna Maraga, Pietro Smacchia, Michele Fabrizio, and Alessandro SilvaWe discuss the emergence of nonadiabatic behavior in the dynamics of the order parameter in a low-dimensional quantum man … - α-RuCl3: A spin-orbit assisted Mott insulator on a honeycomb lattice

Author(s): K. W. Plumb, J. P. Clancy, L. J. Sandilands, V. Vijay Shankar, Y. F. Hu, K. S. Burch, Hae-Young Kee, and Young-June KimWe examine the role of spin-orbit coupling in the electronic structure … - Analysis of the t2-V model

Author(s): A. Ghosh and S. YarlagaddaWe study a model (i.e., the t2-V model involving next-nearest-neighbor hopping and nearest-neighbor repulsion) in one dimension that generically depicts the domina … - Hierarchical equations of motion for an impurity solver in dynamical mean-field theory

Author(s): Dong Hou, Rulin Wang, Xiao Zheng, NingHua Tong, JianHua Wei, and YiJing YanA nonperturbative quantum impurity solver is proposed based on a formally exact hierarchical equations of motion ( … - Edge bands and vertical transport in topological insulator/magnetic insulator heterostructures

Author(s): A. G. Mal'shukovThe low-energy band-structure of electrons propagating on a lateral surface of a heterostructure consisting of three dimensional topological insulator (TI) and magnetic … - Unveiling and controlling the electronic structure of oxidized semiconductor surfaces: Crystalline oxidized InSb(100)(1 × 2)-O

Author(s): J. J. K. Lång, M. P. J. Punkkinen, M. Tuominen, H.-P. Hedman, M. Vähä-Heikkilä, V. Polojärvi, J. Salmi, V.-M. Korpijärvi, K. Schulte, M. Kuzmin, R. Punkkinen, P. Laukkanen, M. Guina, and K. … - Tunable magnetic properties of monoatomic metal-oxide Fe/MgO multilayers

Author(s): A. Kozioł-Rachwał, T. Ślęzak, K. Matlak, P. Kuświk, M. Urbaniak, F. Stobiecki, L. D. Yao, S. van Dijken, and J. KoreckiMetal-oxide [FeK/(MgO)L]N multilayers were grown on MgO(001) substrate … - Atomistic calculation of the thermoelectric properties of Si nanowires

Author(s): I. Bejenari and P. KratzerThe thermoelectric properties of 1.6-nm-thick Si square nanowires with [100] crystalline orientation are calculated over a wide temperature range from 0 K to 1000 … - EPR parameters of E′ centers in v-SiO2 from first-principles calculations

Author(s): Luigi Giacomazzi, L. Martin-Samos, A. Boukenter, Y. Ouerdane, S. Girard, and N. RichardA first-principles investigation of E′ centers in vitreous silica (v-SiO2) based on calculations of t … - Localization of spin waves in disordered quantum rotors

Author(s): Alexei Andreanov and Andrei A. FedorenkoWe study the dynamics of excitations in a system of O(N) quantum rotors in the presence of random fields and random anisotropies. Below the lower cri … - Magnetic structure map for face-centered tetragonal iron: Appearance of a collinear spin structure

Author(s): D. Reith, R. Podloucky, M. Marsman, P. O. Bedolla-Velazquez, and P. MohnFor fcc and tetragonal distorted fct iron a large number of magnetic configurations as a function of crystal structur … - Rashba-induced chirality switching of domain walls and suppression of the Walker breakdown

Author(s): Martin Stier, Marcus Creutzburg, and Michael ThorwartWe investigate the current-induced motion of ferromagnetic domain walls in the presence of a Rashba spin-orbit interaction of the itiner … - Thermally driven domain-wall motion in Fe on W(110)

Author(s): Jonathan Chico, Corina Etz, Lars Bergqvist, Olle Eriksson, Jonas Fransson, Anna Delin, and Anders BergmanIt has recently been shown that domain walls (DWs) in ferromagnets can be moved in t … - Spin-polarized Shapiro steps and spin-precession-assisted multiple Andreev reflection

Author(s): C. Holmqvist, M. Fogelström, and W. BelzigWe investigate the charge and spin transport of a voltage-biased superconducting point contact coupled to a nanomagnet. The magnetization of the na … - Competition between superconductivity and magnetic/nematic order as a source of anisotropic superconducting gap in underdoped Ba1−xKxFe2As2

Author(s): H. Kim, M. A. Tanatar, W. E. Straszheim, K. Cho, J. Murphy, N. Spyrison, J.-Ph. Reid, Bing Shen, Hai-Hu Wen, R. M. Fernandes, and R. ProzorovThe in-plane London penetration depth Δλ(T) was … - Comparative study of the effects of electron irradiation and natural disorder in single crystals of SrFe_{2}(As_{1−x}P_{x})_{2} superconductor (x=0.35)

Author(s): C. P. Strehlow, M. Kończykowski, J. A. Murphy, S. Teknowijoyo, K. Cho, M. A. Tanatar, T. Kobayashi, S. Miyasaka, S. Tajima, and R. ProzorovThe London penetration depth λ(T) was measured in … - Effects of dilute substitutional solutes on interstitial carbon in α-Fe: Interactions and associated carbon diffusion from first-principles calculations

Author(s): Peitao Liu, Weiwei Xing, Xiyue Cheng, Dianzhong Li, Yiyi Li, and Xing-Qiu ChenBy means of first-principles calculations coupled with the kinetic Monte Carlo simulations, we have systematica … - Dynamic magnetocaloric effect in bcc iron and hcp gadolinium

Author(s): Pui-Wai Ma and S. L. DudarevThe magnetocaloric effect in bcc iron and hcp gadolinium is simulated on pico- and nanosecond time scales using Langevin spin dynamics on a discrete lattice, wit … - Polarization-controlled spin reorientation transition and resistive switching in ferromagnetic-ferroelectric nanostructures and tunnel junctions

Author(s): N. A. Pertsev, G. Viaud, and B. DkhilA spin reorientation transition (SRT) induced in a ferromagnetic nanolayer by the polarization switching in an adjoining ferroelectric film or bulk crys … - Spin-wave modes in permalloy/platinum wires and tuning of the mode damping by spin Hall current

Author(s): Zheng Duan, Carl T. Boone, Xiao Cheng, Ilya N. Krivorotov, Nathalie Reckers, Sven Stienen, Michael Farle, and Jürgen LindnerWe report measurements of spectral properties of spin-wave modes … - Finite-temperature line shapes of hard-core bosons in quantum magnets: A diagrammatic approach tested in one dimension

Author(s): Benedikt Fauseweh, Joachim Stolze, and Götz S. UhrigThe dynamics in quantum magnets can often be described by effective models with bosonic excitations obeying a hard-core constraint. Such … - Low-temperature heat transport of Nd2−xCexCuO4 single crystals

Author(s): X. Zhao, Z. Y. Zhao, B. Ni, J. C. Wu, F. B. Zhang, J. D. Song, S. J. Li, X. F. Sun, and X. G. LiWe report a study of the Ce doping effect on the thermal conductivity (κ) of Nd2−xCexCuO4 (NC … - Constraints on Jones transmission matrices from time-reversal invariance and discrete spatial symmetries

Author(s): N. P. ArmitageIn this theoretical paper, but written primarily for experimentalists, the author lays out the detailed formalism for detecting broken symmetry states in correlated electron s … - Quantized electronic fine structure with large anisotropy in ferromagnetic Fe films

Author(s): C. Seibel, A. Nuber, H. Bentmann, M. Mulazzi, P. Blaha, G. Sangiovanni, and F. ReinertWe report on the spectroscopic observation of a quantized electronic fine structure near the Fermi ener … - Magnetic excitations in a spin-orbit-coupled d4 Mott insulator on the square lattice

Author(s): Alireza Akbari and Giniyat KhaliullinWe study the magnetic order and excitations in strong spin-orbit-coupled, Van Vleck–type, d4 Mott insulators on a square lattice. Extending the previous … - Photoinduced pure spin-current injection in graphene with Rashba spin-orbit interaction

Author(s): Julien Rioux and Guido BurkardWe propose a photoexcitation scheme for pure spin-current generation in graphene subject to a Rashba spin-orbit coupling. Although excitation using circularly … - Thermodynamics of light management in photovoltaic devices

Author(s): Uwe Rau, Ulrich W. Paetzold, and Thomas KirchartzThis paper elaborates a comprehensive theory of the thermodynamics of light management in solar cells explicitly considering imperfect light … - Scattering theory of spin-orbit active adatoms on graphene

Author(s): Alexandre Pachoud, Aires Ferreira, B. Özyilmaz, and A. H. Castro NetoThe scattering of two-dimensional massless Dirac fermions from local spin-orbit interactions with an origin in dilute co … - Real-space method for highly parallelizable electronic transport calculations

Author(s): Baruch Feldman, Tamar Seideman, Oded Hod, and Leeor KronikWe present a real-space method for first-principles nanoscale electronic transport calculations. We use the nonequilibrium Green … - Surface reconstruction of Au(001): High-resolution real-space and reciprocal-space inspection

Author(s): R. Hammer, A. Sander, S. Förster, M. Kiel, K. Meinel, and W. WiddraThe hexagonal reconstruction of Au(001) has been a model system for the understanding of complex metal surface reconstruct … - First-principles calculations of a robust two-dimensional boron honeycomb sandwiching a triangular molybdenum layer

Author(s): Sheng-Yi Xie, Xian-Bin Li, Wei Quan Tian, Nian-Ke Chen, Xu-Lin Zhang, Yeliang Wang, Shengbai Zhang, and Hong-Bo SunA graphenelike two-dimensional boron honeycomb is inherently prohibited du … - Atomic structure of the 3×3 phase of silicene on Ag(111)

Author(s): Seymur Cahangirov, Veli Ongun Özçelik, Lede Xian, Jose Avila, Suyeon Cho, María C. Asensio, Salim Ciraci, and Angel RubioThe growth of the 3×3 reconstructed silicene on Ag substrate has bee … - Magnetic structure of GdBiPt: A candidate antiferromagnetic topological insulator

Author(s): R. A. Müller, N. R. Lee-Hone, L. Lapointe, D. H. Ryan, T. Pereg-Barnea, A. D. Bianchi, Y. Mozharivskyj, and R. FlacauA topological insulator is a state of matter which does not break any sy … - Pairing glue in the two-dimensional Hubbard model

Author(s): E. Gull and A. J. MillisCluster dynamical mean-field calculations are used to construct the superconducting gap function of the two-dimensional Hubbard model. The frequency dependence of th … - Temperature shifts of the resonances of the NV− center in diamond

Author(s): M. W. Doherty, V. M. Acosta, A. Jarmola, M. S. J. Barson, N. B. Manson, D. Budker, and L. C. L. HollenbergSignificant attention has been recently focused on the realization of high precisio … - Unconventional pairing and electronic dimerization instabilities in the doped Kitaev-Heisenberg model

Author(s): Daniel D. Scherer, Michael M. Scherer, Giniyat Khaliullin, Carsten Honerkamp, and Bernd RosenowUsing the functional renormalization group approach this paper obtains the rich phase diagram … - High-pressure effect on the superconductivity of YB6

Author(s): S. Gabáni, I. Takáčová, G. Pristáš, E. Gažo, K. Flachbart, T. Mori, D. Braithwaite, M. Míšek, K. V. Kamenev, M. Hanfland, and P. SamuelyPressure effects on superconducting properties of two … - Long-range electron-electron interactions in graphene make its electrodynamics nonlocal

Author(s): B. Rosenstein, H. C. Kao, and M. LewkowiczGraphene, a one-layer-thick hexagonal array of carbon atoms, when undoped, exhibits a curious mixture of properties pertinent to either metals or i … - Ab initio self-consistent total-energy calculations within the EXX/RPA formalism

Author(s): Ngoc Linh Nguyen, Nicola Colonna, and Stefano de GironcoliCalculations of exact-exchange (EXX) and random phase approximation (RPA)-correlation energies within the formally exact adiabatic … - Self-healing monovacancy in low-buckled silicene studied by first-principles calculations

Author(s): Rui Li, Yang Han, Ting Hu, Jinming Dong, and Y. KawazoeA new type of monovacancy (MV), MV-1, with a planelike sp3 hybridization at its defect core has been found in two-dimensional (2D) low … - Statistical study of conductance properties in one-dimensional quantum wires focusing on the 0.7 anomaly

Author(s): L. W. Smith, H. Al-Taie, F. Sfigakis, P. See, A. A. J. Lesage, B. Xu, J. P. Griffiths, H. E. Beere, G. A. C. Jones, D. A. Ritchie, M. J. Kelly, and C. G. SmithThe properties of conductance … - Valley-splitting and valley-dependent inter-Landau-level optical transitions in monolayer MoS2 quantum Hall systems

Author(s): Rui-Lin Chu, Xiao Li, Sanfeng Wu, Qian Niu, Wang Yao, Xiaodong Xu, and Chuanwei ZhangThe valley-dependent optical selection rules in recently discovered monolayer group-VI transition-metal … - Novel stable crystalline phase for the Stillinger-Weber potential

Author(s): Flavio Romano, John Russo, and Hajime TanakaTetrahedral liquids such as silicon, germanium, carbon, water, and silica are an important class of materials not only for industrial application … - Thermal interfacial transport in the presence of ballistic heat modes

Author(s): Bjorn Vermeersch, Amr M. S. Mohammed, Gilles Pernot, Yee Rui Koh, and Ali ShakouriThermal interface (Kapitza) resistance expresses how hard it is for heat to flow across material junctions … - Microscopic description of thermal-phonon coherence: From coherent transport to diffuse interface scattering in superlattices

Author(s): B. Latour, S. Volz, and Y. ChalopinWe demonstrate the existence of a coherent transport of thermal energy in superlattices by introducing a microscopic definition of the phonon coherence le … - Ab initio study of electronic, magnetic, and spectroscopic properties in A- and B-site-ordered perovskite CaCu3Fe2Sb2O12

Author(s): Hitoshi Fujii, Masayuki Toyoda, Hiroyoshi Momida, Masaichiro Mizumaki, Shigeru Kimura, and Tamio OguchiElectronic structure, magnetism, x-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS), and x-ray magnet … - Thermal screening at finite chemical potential on a topological surface and its interplay with proximity-induced ferromagnetism

Author(s): Flavio S. Nogueira and Ilya EreminMotivated by recent experiments on EuS/Bi2Se3 heterostructures, we study the temperature dependent screening effects on the surface of a three-dimensional … - Signatures of nonadiabatic BCS state dynamics in pump-probe conductivity

Author(s): H. Krull, D. Manske, G. S. Uhrig, and A. P. SchnyderWe theoretically study the pump-probe response of nonequilibrium BCS superconductors coupled to optical phonons. For ultrashort pump puls … - Thermal frequency noise in micromechanical resonators due to nonlinear mode coupling

Author(s): A. VinanteNonlinear coupling between different normal modes of a mechanical resonator is a relevant issue in nanomechanical resonators with high aspect ratio, as well as in very low mass re … - Memory effects and magnetic relaxation in single-crystalline La0.9Sr0.1CoO3

Author(s): N. Khan, P. Mandal, and D. PrabhakaranWe report a detailed investigation of magnetic relaxation and memory effects in La0.9Sr0.1CoO3 single crystal from dc magnetization measurements. The a … - Optimizing phase-estimation algorithms for diamond spin magnetometry

Author(s): N. M. Nusran and M. V. Gurudev DuttWe present a detailed theoretical and numerical study discussing the application and optimization of phase-estimation algorithms (PEAs) to diamond spin ma … - Orbital magnetic moment and coercivity of SiO2-coated FePt nanoparticles studied by x-ray magnetic circular dichroism

Author(s): Y. Takahashi, T. Kadono, S. Yamamoto, V. R. Singh, V. K. Verma, K. Ishigami, G. Shibata, T. Harano, Y. Takeda, T. Okane, Y. Saitoh, H. Yamagami, M. Takano, and A. FujimoriWe have investigat … - Magnetization reversal condition for a nanomagnet within a rotating magnetic field

Author(s): Tomohiro TaniguchiThe reversal condition of magnetization in a nanomagnet under the effect of rotating magnetic field generated by a microwave is theoretically studied based on the Landau-L … - Topological surface states and Andreev bound states in superconducting iron pnictides

Author(s): Alexander Lau and Carsten TimmThe nontrivial topology of the electronic structure of iron pnictides can lead to the appearance of surface states. We study such states in various strip geome … - Spectral function of a localized fermion coupled to the Wilson-Fisher conformal field theory

Author(s): Andrea Allais and Subir SachdevWe describe the dynamics of a single fermion in a dispersionless band coupled to the 2+1 dimensional conformal field theory (CFT) describing the quantum phase … - Nonabsorbing high-efficiency counter for itinerant microwave photons

Author(s): Bixuan Fan, Göran Johansson, Joshua Combes, G. J. Milburn, and Thomas M. StaceDetecting an itinerant microwave photon with high efficiency is an outstanding problem in microwave photonics a … - Observation of well-defined quasiparticles at a wide energy range in a quasi-two-dimensional system

Author(s): L.-L. Jia, Z.-H. Liu, Y.-P. Cai, T. Qian, X.-P. Wang, H. Miao, P. Richard, Y.-G. Zhao, Y. Li, D.-M. Wang, J.-B. He, M. Shi, G.-F. Chen, H. Ding, and S.-C. WangWe report an observation of a … - Lefschetz thimble Monte Carlo for many-body theories: A Hubbard model study

Author(s): Abhishek Mukherjee and Marco CristoforettiRecently, a method based on stochastic integration on the surfaces of steepest descent of the action was introduced to tackle the sign problem in q … - Subpicosecond adiabatic rapid passage on a single semiconductor quantum dot: Phonon-mediated dephasing in the strong-driving regime

Author(s): Reuble Mathew, Eric Dilcher, Angela Gamouras, Ajan Ramachandran, Hong Yi Shi Yang, Sabine Freisem, Dennis Deppe, and Kimberley C. HallWe demonstrate adiabatic rapid passage on a subpicoseco … - Self-consistent rate theory for submonolayer surface growth of multicomponent systems

Author(s): Mario Einax, Philipp Maass, and Wolfgang DieterichThe self-consistent rate theory for surface growth in the submonolayer regime is generalized from mono- to multicomponent systems, which ar … - Diffractive-wave guiding of surface electrons on Au(111) by the herringbone reconstruction potential

Author(s): F. Libisch, V. Geringer, D. Subramaniam, J. Burgdörfer, and M. MorgensternThe surface potential of the herringbone reconstruction on Au(111) is known to guide surface-state electrons along … - Theory of Raman enhancement by two-dimensional materials: Applications for graphene-enhanced Raman spectroscopy

Author(s): E. B. Barros and M. S. DresselhausWe propose a third-order time-dependent perturbation theory approach to describe the chemical surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy of molecules interacting … - Microscopic modulation of local density of states in superconducting α-(BEDT-TTF)2NH4Hg(SCN)4 studied by site-selective C13-NMR spectroscopy

Author(s): Y. Ihara, K. Noda, and A. KawamotoThe local electronic state at every crystallographically independent molecular site was separately investigated in the organic superconductor α-(BEDT-TTF)2 … - Large ferroquadrupole moment induced in the octupole-ordered Ce0.7La0.3B6 revealed by high-resolution x-ray diffraction

Author(s): T. Inami, S. Michimura, Y. Hayashi, T. Matsumura, M. Sera, and F. IgaWe carried out a high-resolution x-ray diffraction experiment on Ce0.7La0.3B6 that exhibits staggered order of 4f octupo … - dc Josephson current in a long multichannel quantum wire

Author(s): Domenico Giuliano and Ian AffleckThe dc Josephson current across a multichannel superconductor–normal-superconductor (SNS) junction is computed by summing contributions from subgap Andreev … - Three-dimensional metallic and two-dimensional insulating behavior in octahedral tantalum dichalcogenides

Author(s): Pierre Darancet, Andrew J. Millis, and Chris A. MarianettiUsing density functional theory with added on-site interactions, we study the electronic structure of bulk, monolayer, and bilayer … - Dependence on pressure of the refractive indices of wurtzite ZnO, GaN, and AlN

Author(s): A. R. Goñi, F. Kaess, J. S. Reparaz, M. I. Alonso, M. Garriga, G. Callsen, M. R. Wagner, A. Hoffmann, and Z. SitarWe have measured both the ordinary and extraordinary refractive index of m- … - Surface of glassy GeS2: A model based on a first-principles approach

Author(s): G. Ori, C. Massobrio, A. Bouzid, M. Boero, and B. CoasneFirst-principles calculations within the framework of the density functional theory are used to construct realistic models for the su … - Shannon and Rényi mutual information in quantum critical spin chains

Author(s): Jean-Marie StéphanThe author studies the Shannon and Renyi mutual information in gapless spin chains. He shows the universal coefficient governing the Shannon mutual information is close to … - dc and ac magnetic properties of thin-walled superconducting niobium cylinders

Author(s): M. I. Tsindlekht, V. M. Genkin, I. Felner, F. Zeides, N. Katz, Š. Gazi, and Š. ChromikWe report the results of an experimental study of the dc and ac magnetic properties of superconducting … - Magnetic normal modes of bicomponent permalloy/cobalt structures in the parallel and antiparallel ground state

Author(s): G. Gubbiotti, P. Malagò, S. Fin, S. Tacchi, L. Giovannini, D. Bisero, M. Madami, G. Carlotti, J. Ding, A. O. Adeyeye, and R. ZivieriTwo-dimensional arrays of bicomponent structures made of … - Resonance in magnetostatically coupled transverse domain walls

Author(s): A. T. Galkiewicz, L. O'Brien, P. S. Keatley, R. P. Cowburn, and P. A. CrowellWe have observed the eigenmodes of coupled transverse domain walls in a pair of ferromagnetic nanowires. Al … - Reduced lasing threshold from organic dye microcavities

Author(s): G. M. Akselrod, E. R. Young, K. W. Stone, A. Palatnik, V. Bulović, and Y. R. TischlerWe demonstrate an unexpected tenfold reduction in the lasing threshold of an organic vertical microcavit … - Magnetoresistance of a double-layer hybrid system in a tilted magnetic field

Author(s): Fariborz Parhizgar and Reza AsgariThe magnetoresistance and Hall coefficient of a doped graphene layer are investigated in the presence of a tilted magnetic field. We consider a graphene la … - Time-harmonic optical heating of plasmonic nanoparticles

Author(s): Pascal Berto, Mohamed S. A. Mohamed, Hervé Rigneault, and Guillaume BaffouUnder illumination at their plasmonic resonance wavelength, metal nanoparticles can turn into efficient nanosources … - Dual-probe spectroscopic fingerprints of defects in graphene

Author(s): Mikkel Settnes, Stephen R. Power, Dirch H. Petersen, and Antti-Pekka JauhoRecent advances in experimental techniques emphasize the usefulness of multiple scanning probe techniques when anal … - Erratum: Accuracy evaluation and mechanism crossover of single-electron transfer in Si tunable-barrier turnstiles [Phys. Rev. B 89, 165302 (2014)]

Author(s): Gento Yamahata, Katsuhiko Nishiguchi, and Akira Fujiwara[Phys. Rev. B 90, 039908] Published Thu Jul 24, 2014 - Improved domain-wall dynamics and magnonic torques using topological insulators

Author(s): Jacob LinderThe author investigates the magnetization dynamics of a thin-ﬁlm ferromagnet deposited on a topological insulator. The interaction between the two leads to higher attainable dom … - Time-reversal-invariant topological superconductivity in doped Weyl semimetals

Author(s): Pavan Hosur, Xi Dai, Zhong Fang, and Xiao-Liang QiTime-reversal-invariant topological superconductors are a new state of matter which have a bulk superconducting gap and robust Majorana fer … - Instabilities of a birefringent semimetal

Author(s): Nazanin Komeilizadeh and Malcolm P. KennettBirefringent fermions arise as massless fermionic low-energy excitations of a particular tight-binding model for spinless fermions on a square lat … - Multigap absorption in CaCu3Ti4O12 and the prediction capability of ab initio methods

Author(s): Francesco Ricci, Paola Alippi, Alessio Filippetti, and Vincenzo FiorentiniWe report the electronic properties of the quadruple perovskite CaCu3Ti4O12 as obtained via several density-functio …