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Author(s): Antonio Cammarata and James M. RondinelliDensity functional theory and group-theoretical methods are used to explore the origin for ferroelectricity in cation ordered LaSrMnO_{4} with the R … - Erratum: Quantum Landau-Lifshitz-Bloch equation and its comparison with the classical case [Phys. Rev. B 90, 104428 (2014)]

Author(s): P. Nieves, D. Serantes, U. Atxitia, and O. Chubykalo-Fesenko[Phys. Rev. B 92, 019901] Published Thu Jul 02, 2015 - Elastic anisotropy and Poisson's ratio of solid helium under pressure

Author(s): A. Grechnev, S. M. Tretyak, Yu. A. Freiman, Alexander F. Goncharov, and Eugene GregoryanzThe elastic moduli, elastic anisotropy coefficients, sound velocities and Poisson's ratio of hc … - Electrical detection of ferromagnetic resonance in single layers of permalloy: Evidence of magnonic charge pumping

Author(s): A. Azevedo, R. O. Cunha, F. Estrada, O. Alves Santos, J. B. S. Mendes, L. H. Vilela-Leão, R. L. Rodríguez-Suárez, and S. M. RezendeThe generation of a DC voltage in single layers of permall … - Propagating spin waves excited by spin-transfer torque: A combined electrical and optical study

Author(s): M. Madami, E. Iacocca, S. Sani, G. Gubbiotti, S. Tacchi, R. K. Dumas, J. Åkerman, and G. CarlottiNanocontact spin-torque oscillators are devices in which the generation of propagating spin … - First-principles study of hydrogen-bonded molecular conductor κ−H_{3} (Cat−EDT−TTF/ST)_{2}

Author(s): Takao Tsumuraya, Hitoshi Seo, Reizo Kato, and Tsuyoshi MiyazakiWe theoretically study hydrogen-bonded molecular conductors synthesized recently, κ−H_{3}(Cat−EDT−TTF)_{2} and its diselena an … - Abelian and non-Abelian states in ν=2/3 bilayer fractional quantum Hall systems

Author(s): Michael R. Peterson, Yang-Le Wu, Meng Cheng, Maissam Barkeshli, Zhenghan Wang, and Sankar Das SarmaThere are several possible theoretically allowed non-Abelian fractional quantum Hall (FQH) … - Dependence of electron correlation strength in Fe_{1+y} Te_{1−x} Se_{x} on Se content

Author(s): L. C. C. Ambolode, II, K. Okazaki, M. Horio, H. Suzuki, L. Liu, S. Ideta, T. Yoshida, T. Mikami, T. Kakeshita, S. Uchida, K. Ono, H. Kumigashira, M. Hashimoto, D.-H. Lu, Z.-X. Shen, and A. … - Probing the electronic properties of graphene on C-face SiC down to single domains by nanoresolved photoelectron spectroscopies

Author(s): I. Razado-Colambo, J. Avila, C. Chen, J.-P. Nys, X. Wallart, M.-C. Asensio, and D. VignaudGraphene samples with thicknesses ranging from monolayer to few layer graphene grown on the C-face … - Quantum critical point and unusual phase diagram in the itinerant-electron metamagnet UCoAl

Author(s): N. Kimura, N. Kabeya, H. Aoki, K. Ohyama, M. Maeda, H. Fujii, M. Kogure, T. Asai, T. Komatsubara, T. Yamamura, and I. SatohWe present the temperature–pressure–magnetic-field phase diagram o … - Long-distance entanglement of soliton spin qubits in gated nanowires

Author(s): Paweł Szumniak, Jarosław Pawłowski, Stanisław Bednarek, and Daniel LossWe investigate numerically the charge, spin, and entanglement dynamics of two electrons confined in a gated semiconduc … - Spin-orbit-induced longitudinal spin-polarized currents in nonmagnetic solids

Author(s): S. Wimmer, M. Seemann, K. Chadova, D. Ködderitzsch, and H. EbertFor certain nonmagnetic solids with low symmetry the occurrence of spin-polarized longitudinal currents is predicted. These a … - Using coherent dynamics to quantify spin coupling within triplet-exciton/polaron complexes in organic diodes

Author(s): W. J. Baker, T. L. Keevers, C. Boehme, and D. R. McCameyQuantifying the spin-spin interactions which influence electronic transitions in organic semiconductors is crucial for understanding … - Methylammonium fragmentation in amines as source of localized trap levels and the healing role of Cl in hybrid lead-iodide perovskites

Author(s): Pietro Delugas, Alessio Filippetti, and Alessandro MattoniThe resilience to deep traps and localized defect formation is one of the important aspects that qualify a material as a suited pho … - Band-gap opening in graphene: A reverse-engineering approach

Author(s): Joon-Suh Park and Hyoung Joon ChoiGraphene has extremely high mobility with unique linear band dispersions at the Fermi level, referred to as the Dirac cones, but the absence of the energy … - Low-density silicon allotropes for photovoltaic applications

Author(s): Maximilian Amsler, Silvana Botti, Miguel A. L. Marques, Thomas J. Lenosky, and Stefan GoedeckerSilicon materials play a key role in many technologically relevant fields, ranging from the el … - Neutron diffraction of hydrogenous materials: Measuring incoherent and coherent intensities separately

Author(s): László Temleitner, Anne Stunault, Gabriel J. Cuello, and László PusztaiAccurate determination of the coherent static structure factor of any disordered material containing substantial amoun … - Crystal structure and phonon softening in Ca_{3} Ir_{4} Sn_{13}

Author(s): D. G. Mazzone, S. Gerber, J. L. Gavilano, R. Sibille, M. Medarde, B. Delley, M. Ramakrishnan, M. Neugebauer, L. P. Regnault, D. Chernyshov, A. Piovano, T. M. Fernández-Díaz, L. Keller, A. C … - Spectral tensor networks for many-body localization

Author(s): A. Chandran, J. Carrasquilla, I. H. Kim, D. A. Abanin, and G. VidalSubsystems of strongly disordered, interacting quantum systems can fail to thermalize because of the phenomenon of many-bo … - Thermally assisted and magnetic field driven isostructural distortion of spinel structure and occurrence of polar order in CoCr_{2} S_{4}

Author(s): K. Dey, A. Karmakar, A. Indra, S. Majumdar, U. Rütt, O. Gutowski, M. v. Zimmermann, and S. GiriWe report appearance of polar order with a ordering temperature (T_{C}) at 28 K, which is well … - Giant triplet proximity effect in π-biased Josephson junctions with spin-orbit coupling

Author(s): Sol H. Jacobsen and Jacob LinderIn diffusive Josephson junctions the phase difference ϕ between the superconductors strongly influences the spectroscopic features of the layer separating th … - Bosonic Kondo-Hubbard model

Author(s): T. Flottat, F. Hébert, V. G. Rousseau, R. T. Scalettar, and G. G. BatrouniWe study, using quantum Monte Carlo simulations, the bosonic Kondo-Hubbard model in a two-dimensional square lattic … - Time-dependent pair creation and the Schwinger mechanism in graphene

Author(s): François Fillion-Gourdeau and Steve MacLeanThe momentum spectrum of positively and negatively charged carriers created in intrinsic graphene submitted to a time-dependent external electric … - Interlayer correlation between two ^{4} He monolayers adsorbed on both sides of α-graphyne

Author(s): Jeonghwan Ahn, Sungjin Park, Hoonkyung Lee, and Yongkyung KwonPath-integral Monte Carlo calculations have been performed to study the ^{4}He adsorption on both sides of a single α-graphyne … - NMR probing of spin and charge order near odd-integer filling in the second Landau level

Author(s): T. D. Rhone, L. Tiemann, and K. MurakiStudies of spin degrees of freedom near odd-integer filling ν=3 in the second Landau level have engendered conflicting accounts of the spin properties … - Beyond double-resonant Raman scattering: Ultraviolet Raman spectroscopy on graphene, graphite, and carbon nanotubes

Author(s): Christoph Tyborski, Felix Herziger, Roland Gillen, and Janina MaultzschThe study of Raman scattering processes in the ultraviolet excitation energy range is not common in carbon-based mater … - Observation of the intrinsic magnetic susceptibility of highly purified single-wall carbon nanotubes

Author(s): Yusuke Nakai, Ryo Tsukada, Yasumitsu Miyata, Takeshi Saito, Kenji Hata, and Yutaka ManiwaWe report the observation of the intrinsic magnetic susceptibility of highly purified SWCNT samples … - Twisted gauge theory model of topological phases in three dimensions

Author(s): Yidun Wan, Juven C. Wang, and Huan HeWe propose an exactly solvable lattice Hamiltonian model of topological phases in 3+1 dimensions, based on a generic finite group G and a 4-cocycle ω ov … - Many-body instabilities and mass generation in slow Dirac materials

Author(s): Christopher Triola, Jian-Xin Zhu, Albert Migliori, and Alexander V. BalatskySome Kondo insulators are expected to possess topologically protected surface states with linear Dirac spectrum: … - Finite-temperature properties of the relaxor PbMg_{1/3} Nb_{2/3} O_{3} from atomistic simulations

Author(s): A. Al-Barakaty, Sergey Prosandeev, Dawei Wang, B. Dkhil, and L. BellaicheAn atomistic numerical scheme is developed and used to study the prototype of relaxor ferroelectrics, that is PbMg_{ … - Improved method of calculating ab initio high-temperature thermodynamic properties with application to ZrC

Author(s): Andrew Ian Duff, Theresa Davey, Dominique Korbmacher, Albert Glensk, Blazej Grabowski, Jörg Neugebauer, and Michael W. FinnisThermodynamic properties of ZrC are calculated up to the melting … - Quantum mechanism of nonlocal Gilbert damping in magnetic trilayers

Author(s): Ehsan Barati and Marek CinalA fully quantum-mechanical calculation of the Gilbert damping constant α in magnetic trilayers is done by employing the torque-correlation formula within a reali … - Electronic Raman scattering on out-of-plane disordered Bi_{2} Sr_{2} CaCu_{2} O_{8+δ} : How the pseudogap affects the superconducting Raman response

Author(s): N. Murai, T. Masui, M. Ishikado, S. Ishida, H. Eisaki, S. Uchida, and S. TajimaWe report Raman scattering measurements on Bi_{2}Sr_{2}CaCu_{2}O_{8+δ} single crystals with a different degree … - Active acoustic metamaterials reconfigurable in real time

Author(s): Bogdan-Ioan Popa, Durvesh Shinde, Adam Konneker, and Steven A. CummerA major limitation of current acoustic metamaterials is that their acoustic properties are either locked into place once … - Spin transport in antiferromagnetic insulators mediated by magnetic correlations

Author(s): Hailong Wang, Chunhui Du, P. Chris Hammel, and Fengyuan YangWe report a systematic study of spin transport in antiferromagnetic (AF) insulators having a wide range of ordering temperatures. … - Breakdown of long-wavelength magnons in cubic antiferromagnets with dipolar forces at small temperature

Author(s): L. A. Batalov and A. V. SyromyatnikovUsing 1/S expansion, we discuss the magnon spectrum of Heisenberg antiferromagnet (AF) on a simple cubic lattice with small dipolar interaction at small … - First-principles study of the pressure and crystal-structure dependences of the superconducting transition temperature in compressed sulfur hydrides

Author(s): Ryosuke Akashi, Mitsuaki Kawamura, Shinji Tsuneyuki, Yusuke Nomura, and Ryotaro AritaWe calculate the superconducting transition temperatures (T_{c}) in sulfur hydrides H_{2}S and H_{3}S fr … - Efficient continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo method for the ground state of correlated fermions

Author(s): Lei Wang, Mauro Iazzi, Philippe Corboz, and Matthias TroyerWhile efficient algorithms exist for the simulation of bosons simulations of fermions are more challenging because of the infamous … - Adjoint-based deviational Monte Carlo methods for phonon transport calculations

Author(s): Jean-Philippe M. Péraud and Nicolas G. HadjiconstantinouIn the field of linear transport, adjoint formulations exploit linearity to derive powerful reciprocity relations between a variety o … - Strong enhancement of surface diffusion by nonlinear surface acoustic waves

Author(s): Maxim V. Shugaev, Anthony J. Manzo, Chengping Wu, Vladimir Yu. Zaitsev, Henry Helvajian, and Leonid V. ZhigileiThe phenomenon of acoustic activation of surface diffusion is investigated in … - Quantum spin Hall phase in multilayer graphene

Author(s): N. A. García-Martínez, J. L. Lado, and J. Fernández-RossierThe so-called quantum spin Hall phase is a topologically nontrivial insulating phase that is predicted to appear in graphene and g … - Erratum: Predicting phonon dispersion relations and lifetimes from the spectral energy density [Phys. Rev. B 81, 081411(R) (2010)]

Author(s): John A. Thomas, Joseph E. Turney, Ryan M. Iutzi, Cristina H. Amon, and Alan J. H. McGaughey[Phys. Rev. B 91, 239905] Published Tue Jun 30, 2015 - Solving the fermion sign problem in quantum Monte Carlo simulations by Majorana representation

Author(s): Zi-Xiang Li, Yi-Fan Jiang, and Hong YaoMuch attention has been devoted recently to identify possible ways to overcome the notorious sign problem encountered in quantum Monte Carlo simulatio … - Efficient continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo algorithm for fermionic lattice models

Author(s): Mauro Iazzi and Matthias TroyerEfficient continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo (CT-QMC) algorithms that do not suffer from time discretization errors have become the state of the art for most … - Field-direction control of the type of charge carriers in nonsymmorphic IrO_{2}

Author(s): M. Uchida, W. Sano, K. S. Takahashi, T. Koretsune, Y. Kozuka, R. Arita, Y. Tokura, and M. KawasakiNonsymmorphic materials, which possess special symmetry operations (screw rotation, glide m … - Relation between c−f hybridization and magnetic ordering in CeRu_{2} Al_{10} : An optical conductivity study of Ce(Ru_{1−x} Rh_{x} )_{2} Al_{10} (x≤0.05)

Author(s): Shin-ichi Kimura, Hiroshi Tanida, Masafumi Sera, Yuji Muro, Toshiro Takabatake, Takashi Nishioka, Masahiro Matsumura, and Riki KobayashiA Kondo semiconductor CeRu_{2}Al_{10} with an orthorh … - Density functional description of Coulomb blockade: Adiabatic versus dynamic exchange correlation

Author(s): Zhen-Fei Liu and Kieron BurkeAbove the Kondo temperature, the Kohn-Sham zero-bias conductance of an Anderson junction has been shown to completely miss the Coulomb blockade. Within a standa … - Separation of heat and charge currents for boosted thermoelectric conversion

Author(s): Francesco Mazza, Stefano Valentini, Riccardo Bosisio, Giuliano Benenti, Vittorio Giovannetti, Rosario Fazio, and Fabio TaddeiIn a multiterminal device the (electronic) heat and charge curre … - Orbital Josephson interference in a nanowire proximity-effect junction

Author(s): Kaveh Gharavi and Jonathan BaughA semiconductor nanowire based superconductor-normal-superconductor (SNS) junction is modeled theoretically. A magnetic field is applied along the nanowire a … - Structural crossover from nonmodulated to long-period modulated tetragonal phase and anomalous change in ferroelectric properties in the lead-free piezoelectric Na_{1/2} Bi_{1/2} TiO_{3} −BaTiO_{3}

Author(s): Badari Narayana Rao, Dipak Kumar Khatua, Rohini Garg, Anatoliy Senyshyn, and Rajeev RanjanThe highly complex structure-property interrelationship in the lead-free piezoelectric (x)Na_{1/2}B … - Thermal conductivity in PbTe from first principles

Author(s): A. H. Romero, E. K. U. Gross, M. J. Verstraete, and Olle HellmanWe investigate the harmonic and anharmonic contributions to the phonon spectrum of lead telluride and perform a complete char … - Electronic structure, local magnetism, and spin-orbit effects of Ir(IV)-, Ir(V)-, and Ir(VI)-based compounds

Author(s): M. A. Laguna-Marco, P. Kayser, J. A. Alonso, M. J. Martínez-Lope, M. van Veenendaal, Y. Choi, and D. HaskelElement- and orbital-selective x-ray absorption and magnetic circular dichroism me … - Current-driven asymmetric magnetization switching in perpendicularly magnetized CoFeB/MgO heterostructures

Author(s): Jacob Torrejon, Felipe Garcia-Sanchez, Tomohiro Taniguchi, Jaivardhan Sinha, Seiji Mitani, Joo-Von Kim, and Masamitsu HayashiThe flow of in-plane current through ultrathin magnetic heterost … - Charge and spin edge currents in two-dimensional Floquet topological superconductors

Author(s): P. D. SacramentoA time periodic driving on a topologically trivial system induces edge modes and topological properties. In this work we consider triplet and singlet superconductors subject … - Momentum dependence of the superconducting gap and in-gap states in MgB_{2} multiband superconductor

Author(s): Daixiang Mou, Rui Jiang, Valentin Taufour, S. L. Bud'ko, P. C. Canfield, and Adam KaminskiWe use tunable laser-based angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy to study the electronic s … - Dislocation core reconstruction induced by carbon segregation in bcc iron

Author(s): Lisa Ventelon, B. Lüthi, E. Clouet, L. Proville, B. Legrand, D. Rodney, and F. WillaimeDislocations are central to the understanding of plasticity in metals. Using density functional theory … - Atomic short-range order and incipient long-range order in high-entropy alloys

Author(s): Prashant Singh, A. V. Smirnov, and D. D. JohnsonWithin density-functional theory, we apply an electronic-structure-based thermodynamic theory to calculate short-ranged order (SRO) in homoge … - Order-disorder type critical behavior at the magnetoelectric phase transition in multiferroic DyMnO_{3}

Author(s): M. Schiebl, A. Shuvaev, Anna Pimenov, G. E. Johnstone, V. Dziom, A. A. Mukhin, V. Yu. Ivanov, and A. PimenovWe present the results of detailed dielectric investigations of the relaxation dy … - From spiral to ferromagnetic structure in B20 compounds: Role of cubic anisotropy

Author(s): S. V. Grigoriev, A. S. Sukhanov, and S. V. MaleyevThe cubic noncentrosymmetric structure of the B20 compounds produces the helical (homochiral) structure with the wave vector k_{s}=D/J bala … - Crystal field states of Tb^{3+} in the pyrochlore spin liquid Tb_{2} Ti_{2} O_{7} from neutron spectroscopy

Author(s): A. J. Princep, H. C. Walker, D. T. Adroja, D. Prabhakaran, and A. T. BoothroydWe report time-of-flight neutron scattering measurements of the magnetic spectrum of Tb^{3+} in Tb_{2}Ti_{2}O_{ … - Chiral topological spin liquids with projected entangled pair states

Author(s): Didier Poilblanc, J. Ignacio Cirac, and Norbert SchuchTopological chiral phases are ubiquitous in the physics of the fractional quantum Hall effect. Nonchiral topological spin liquids are a … - Identifying the topological superconducting phase in a multiband quantum wire

Author(s): Pei Wang, Jie Liu, Qing-feng Sun, and X. C. XieDistinguishing the zero-bias peak (ZBP) caused by Majorana fermions from that caused by other effects remains a challenge in detecting the top … - Wave-vector-dependent electron-phonon coupling and the charge-density-wave transition in TbTe_{3}

Author(s): M. Maschek, S. Rosenkranz, R. Heid, A. H. Said, P. Giraldo-Gallo, I. R. Fisher, and F. WeberWe present a high-energy-resolution inelastic x-ray scattering investigation of the soft phonon m … - Coexisting charge and magnetic orders in the dimer-chain iridate Ba_{5} AlIr_{2} O_{11}

Author(s): J. Terzic, J. C. Wang, Feng Ye, W. H. Song, S. J. Yuan, S. Aswartham, L. E. DeLong, S. V. Streltsov, D. I. Khomskii, and G. CaoWe have synthesized and studied single-crystal Ba_{5}AlIr_{2}O … - Hybrid density functional calculations of the surface electronic structure of GdN

Author(s): Lukas Eugen Marsoner Steinkasserer, Beate Paulus, and Nicola GastonRare-earth nitrides are a promising class of materials for application in spintronics, with GdN a particularly well-studie … - Crystal structure, incommensurate magnetic order, and ferroelectricity in Mn_{1−x} Cu_{x} WO_{4} (0 ≤x≤ 0.19)

Author(s): C. M. N. Kumar, Y. Xiao, P. Lunkenheimer, A. Loidl, and M. OhlWe have carried out a systematic study on the effect of Cu doping on nuclear, magnetic, and dielectric properties in Mn_{1−x}Cu … - Phonon spectral function of the one-dimensional Holstein-Hubbard model

Author(s): Manuel Weber, Fakher F. Assaad, and Martin HohenadlerWe use the continuous-time interaction expansion (CT-INT) quantum Monte Carlo method to calculate the phonon spectral function of the on … - Multivalley effective mass theory simulation of donors in silicon

Author(s): John King Gamble, N. Tobias Jacobson, Erik Nielsen, Andrew D. Baczewski, Jonathan E. Moussa, Inès Montaño, and Richard P. MullerLast year, Salfi et al. made the first direct measurements of … - Initial growth of Ba on Ge(001): An STM and DFT study

Author(s): W. Koczorowski, A. Puchalska, T. Grzela, M. W. Radny, L. Jurczyszyn, S. R. Schofield, R. Czajka, and N. J. CursonAn ordered alkaline-earth submonolayer on a clean Si(001) surface provides a … - Third-order nonlinearity of graphene: Effects of phenomenological relaxation and finite temperature

Author(s): J. L. Cheng, N. Vermeulen, and J. E. SipeWe investigate the effect of phenomenological relaxation parameters on the third-order optical nonlinearity of doped graphene by perturbatively solv … - Superfluorescence from photoexcited semiconductor quantum wells: Magnetic field, temperature, and excitation power dependence

Author(s): Kankan Cong, Yongrui Wang, Ji-Hee Kim, G. Timothy Noe, II, Stephen A. McGill, Alexey Belyanin, and Junichiro KonoSuperfluorescence (SF) is a many-body process in which a macroscopic polariz … - Tailored nanoantennas for directional Raman studies of individual carbon nanotubes

Author(s): Nicola Paradiso, Fatemeh Yaghobian, Christoph Lange, Tobias Korn, Christian Schüller, Rupert Huber, and Christoph StrunkWe exploit the near field enhancement of nanoantennas to investigate … - Finite-size scaling with modified boundary conditions

Author(s): Sandro SorellaAn efficient scheme is introduced for a fast and smooth convergence to the thermodynamic limit of electronic properties obtained with finite-size calculations on correlated Ha … - Quantum Monte Carlo for correlated out-of-equilibrium nanoelectronic devices

Author(s): Rosario E. V. Profumo, Christoph Groth, Laura Messio, Olivier Parcollet, and Xavier WaintalWe present a simple, general purpose, quantum Monte Carlo algorithm for out-of-equilibrium interac … - Phase transition in bulk single crystals and thin films of VO_{2} by nanoscale infrared spectroscopy and imaging

Author(s): Mengkun Liu, Aaron J. Sternbach, Martin Wagner, Tetiana V. Slusar, Tai Kong, Sergey L. Bud'ko, Salinporn Kittiwatanakul, M. M. Qazilbash, Alexander McLeod, Zhe Fei, Elsa Abreu, Jingdi … - Accuracy of downfolding based on the constrained random-phase approximation

Author(s): Hiroshi Shinaoka, Matthias Troyer, and Philipp WernerWe study the reliability of the constrained random-phase approximation (cRPA) method for the calculation of low-energy effective Hamilto … - Negative longitudinal magnetoresistance in Dirac and Weyl metals

Author(s): A. A. BurkovIt has recently been found that Dirac and Weyl metals are characterized by an unusual weak-field longitudinal magnetoresistance: large, negative, and quadratic in the magnetic f … - Adsorption of metal nanoparticles on carbon substrates and epitaxial graphene: Assessing models for dispersion forces

Author(s): G. D. Förster, F. Rabilloud, and F. CalvoCarbon substrates such as graphite or epitaxial graphene can be employed to support metal nanoparticles for applications in diverse areas of surface … - Atomic structure and mechanical properties of carbyne

Author(s): A. Timoshevskii, S. Kotrechko, and Yu. MatviychukThe atomic structure and mechanical properties of the carbyne (monatomic linear chains), containing from 2 to 21 carbon atoms, are theoretic … - Electrical control and interaction effects of the RKKY interaction in helical liquids

Author(s): Yu-Wen Lee and Yu-Li LeeWe study the RKKY interaction mediated by the helical edge states of a quantum spin Hall insulator in the presence of the Rashba spin-orbital coupling induced by an … - Quantum phases of hardcore bosons in two coupled chains: A density matrix renormalization group study

Author(s): Bradraj Pandey, S. Sinha, and Swapan K. PatiWe consider hardcore bosons in two coupled chains of one dimensional lattices at half filling with repulsive intrachain interaction and interchai … - Erratum: Spin-orbital frustration in molybdenum pyrochlores A_{2} Mo_{2} O_{7} (A=rare earth) [Phys. Rev. B 88, 174422 (2013)]

Author(s): Hiroshi Shinaoka, Yukitoshi Motome, Takashi Miyake, and Shoji Ishibashi[Phys. Rev. B 91, 219906] Published Fri Jun 26, 2015 - Comparison of pressurized sulfur hydride with conventional superconductors

Author(s): E. J. Nicol and J. P. CarbotteA recent report that sulfur hydride under pressure is an electron-phonon superconductor with a T_{c} of 190 K has been met with much excitement although it is … - High-field termination of a Cooper-pair insulator

Author(s): B. Sacépé, J. Seidemann, M. Ovadia, I. Tamir, D. Shahar, C. Chapelier, C. Strunk, and B. A. PiotWe conducted a systematic study of the disorder dependence of the termination of superconduct … - Unified description of superconducting pairing symmetry in electron-doped Fe-based-122 compounds

Author(s): Bo Li, Lihua Pan, Yuan-Yen Tai, Matthias J. Graf, Jian-Xin Zhu, Kevin E. Bassler, and C. S. TingThe pairing symmetry is examined in highly electron-doped Ba(Fe_{1−x}Co_{x}As)_{2} and A_{y}F … - Realizing Majorana zero modes by proximity effect between topological insulators and d-wave high-temperature superconductors

Author(s): Zi-Xiang Li, Cheung Chan, and Hong YaoWe theoretically study the superconducting proximity effect between a topological insulator (TI) and a high-temperature d-wave superconductor (dSC). Wh … - Interplay between magnetic order at Mn and Tm sites alongside the structural distortion in multiferroic films of o−TmMnO_{3}

Author(s): Y. W. Windsor, M. Ramakrishnan, L. Rettig, A. Alberca, E. M. Bothschafter, U. Staub, K. Shimamoto, Y. Hu, T. Lippert, and C. W. SchneiderWe employ resonant soft x-ray diffraction to individ … - Effective tight-binding model for MX_{2} under electric and magnetic fields

Author(s): K. V. Shanavas and S. SatpathyWe present a systematic method for developing a five-band Hamiltonian for the metal d orbitals that can be used to study the effect of electric and magnetic fi … - Fractal butterflies in buckled graphenelike materials

Author(s): Vadym M. Apalkov and Tapash ChakrabortyWe study theoretically the properties of buckled graphenelike materials, such as silicene and germanene, in a strong perpendicular magnetic field and … - Computational design of nanoclusters by property-based genetic algorithms: Tuning the electronic properties of (TiO_{2} )_{n} clusters

Author(s): Saswata Bhattacharya, Benjamin H. Sonin, Christopher J. Jumonville, Luca M. Ghiringhelli, and Noa MaromIn order to design clusters with desired properties, we have implemented a suite of ge … - Long-lived nonequilibrium states in the Hubbard model with an electric field

Author(s): Alexander V. Joura, J. K. Freericks, and Alexander I. LichtensteinWe study the single-band Hubbard model in the presence of a large spatially uniform electric field out of equilibrium. Usin … - Trap-limited carrier recombination in single-walled carbon nanotube heterojunctions with fullerene acceptor layers

Author(s): Andrew J. Ferguson, Anne-Marie Dowgiallo, Dominick J. Bindl, Kevin S. Mistry, Obadiah G. Reid, Nikos Kopidakis, Michael S. Arnold, and Jeffrey L. BlackburnSingle-walled carbon nanotube (SWC … - Imaging ambipolar two-dimensional carriers induced by the spontaneous electric polarization of a polar semiconductor BiTeI

Author(s): Y. Kohsaka, M. Kanou, H. Takagi, T. Hanaguri, and T. SasagawaTwo-dimensional (2D) mobile carriers are a wellspring of quantum phenomena. Among various 2D-carrier systems, such as field effe … - Chiral properties of topological-state loops

Author(s): Marko M. Grujić, Milan Ž. Tadić, and François M. PeetersThe angular momentum quantization of chiral gapless modes confined to a circularly shaped interface between two different topological … - Precession x-ray ptychography with multislice approach

Author(s): Kei Shimomura, Akihiro Suzuki, Makoto Hirose, and Yukio TakahashiWe experimentally demonstrate a three-dimensional x-ray ptychography in combination with precession measurements that can re … - Cavitation density of superfluid helium-4 around 1 K

Author(s): An Qu, A. Trimeche, J. Dupont-Roc, J. Grucker, and Ph. JacquierUsing an optical interferometric method, the cavitation density of bulk superfluid helium at T=0.96K is measured and found to … - Magnetic spheres in microwave cavities

Author(s): Babak Zare Rameshti, Yunshan Cao, and Gerrit E. W. BauerWe apply Mie scattering theory to study the interaction of magnetic spheres with microwaves in cavities beyond the magnetostatic and … - Recovery and nonrecovery of the untrained state in an exchange-coupled system

Author(s): Jaru Jutimoosik, Rattikorn Yimnirun, Annette Setzer, Pablo Esquinazi, Jochen Stahn, and Amitesh PaulWe report depth sensitive investigations of the magnetic interaction between exchange-cou … - Ionization of a P-doped Si(111) nanofilm using two-dimensional periodic boundary conditions

Author(s): Tzu-Liang Chan, Alex J. Lee, and James R. ChelikowskyWe examine the ionization of a P dopant in a Si(111) nanofilm using first-principles electronic structure calculations with 2D periodic … - Single-layer crystalline phases of antimony: Antimonenes

Author(s): O. Üzengi Aktürk, V. Ongun Özçelik, and S. CiraciThe pseudolayered character of 3D bulk crystals of antimony has led us to predict its 2D single-layer crystalline phase named antimonene in …