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Author(s): S. Raymond, J. Buhot, E. Ressouche, F. Bourdarot, G. Knebel, and G. LapertotWe report neutron diffraction experiments performed in the tetragonal antiferromagnetic heavy fermion system CeRh … - Magnetic and transport properties of i-R-Cd icosahedral quasicrystals (R=Y,Gd-Tm)

Author(s): Tai Kong, Sergey L. Bud'ko, Anton Jesche, John McArthur, Andreas Kreyssig, Alan I. Goldman, and Paul C. CanfieldWe present a detailed characterization of the recently discovered i-R-Cd … - Competing magnetic phases and field-induced dynamics in DyRuAsO

Author(s): Michael A. McGuire, V. Ovidiu Garlea, Andrew F. May, and Brian C. SalesAnalysis of neutron diffraction, dc magnetization, ac magnetic susceptibility, heat capacity, and electrical resistivi … - Dynamics of the Kitaev chain model under parametric pumping

Author(s): A. A. ZvyaginDynamics of the Kitaev chain model under the effect of parametric pumping is studied. Two contributions to dynamical characteristics are considered: from the extended eigenstat … - Probing the superconducting properties of the Si-doped Nb-oxynitride superconductor (Nb0.87Si0.09□0.04)(N0.87O0.13)

Author(s): A. D. Hillier, Y. Ohashi, S. Kikkawa, and J. V. YakhmiThe superconducting state of the 17 K Si-doped Nb-oxynitride superconductor, namely, (Nb0.87Si0.09□0.04)(N0.87O0.13), has been investig … - Number theory, periodic orbits, and superconductivity in nanocubes

Author(s): James Mayoh and Antonio M. García-GarcíaWe study superconductivity in isolated superconducting nanocubes and nanosquares of size L in the limit of negligible disorder δ/Δ0≪1 and kFL≫1 for w … - Erratum: General quantum fidelity susceptibilities for the J1-J2 chain [Phys. Rev. B 84, 224435 (2011)]

Author(s): Mischa Thesberg and Erik S. Sørensen[Phys. Rev. B 90, 019906] Published Fri Jul 18, 2014 - Publisher's Note: Activation volume in the density scaling regime: Equation of state and its test by using experimental and simulation data [Phys. Rev. B 87, 054105 (2013)]

Author(s): A. Grzybowski, K. Koperwas, A. Swiety-Pospiech, K. Grzybowska, and M. Paluch[Phys. Rev. B 90, 019907] Published Fri Jul 18, 2014 - Superconductivity induced by In substitution into the topological crystalline insulator Pb0.5Sn0.5Te

Author(s): R. D. Zhong, J. A. Schneeloch, T. S. Liu, F. E. Camino, J. M. Tranquada, and G. D. GuIndium substitution turns the topological crystalline insulator (TCI) Pb0.5Sn0.5Te into a possible topol … - Nanosecond quantum molecular dynamics simulations of the lithium superionic conductor Li4−xGe1−xPxS4

Author(s): Shinya Nishino, Takeo Fujiwara, and Hisatsugu YamasakiThe microscopic origin of high conductivity at room temperatures in lithium superionic conductors has remained a fundamental unsolved p … - Edge states in topological magnon insulators

Author(s): Alexander Mook, Jürgen Henk, and Ingrid MertigFor magnons, the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction accounts for spin-orbit interaction and causes a nontrivial topology that allows for topolog … - Limiting mechanism for critical current in topologically frustrated Josephson junctions

Author(s): Sarah B. Etter, Hirono Kaneyasu, Matthias Ossadnik, and Manfred SigristThe authors offer an explanation for nonstandard behavior observed in Pb/Ru/Sr2RuO4 Josephson junctions in terms of fr … - Weyl semimetals with short-range interactions

Author(s): Joseph Maciejko and Rahul NandkishoreWe construct a low-energy effective field theory of fermions interacting via short-range interactions in a simple two-band model of a Weyl semimetal on … - Optical investigation of defects in semi-insulating Tl6I4S single crystals

Author(s): J. A. Peters, M. Sebastian, S. Nguyen, Zhifu Liu, Jino Im, A. J. Freeman, M. G. Kanatzidis, and B. W. WesselsNative defect levels in ternary compound Tl6I4S single crystals were studied by … - Robustness of topological superconductivity in proximity-coupled topological insulator nanoribbons

Author(s): Piyapong Sitthison and Tudor D. StanescuWe study the low-energy physics of topological insulator (TI) nanoribbons proximity-coupled to s-wave superconductors (SCs) by explicitly incorporati … - Quantum charge pumping through fractional fermions in charge density modulated quantum wires and Rashba nanowires

Author(s): Arijit Saha, Diego Rainis, Rakesh P. Tiwari, and Daniel LossWe study the phenomenon of adiabatic quantum charge pumping in systems supporting fractionally charged fermionic bound states in … - Magnetoresistance of disordered graphene: From low to high temperatures

Author(s): B. Jabakhanji, D. Kazazis, W. Desrat, A. Michon, M. Portail, and B. JouaultWe present the magnetoresistance (MR) of highly doped monolayer graphene layers grown by chemical vapor deposition … - Predicting interface structures: From SrTiO3 to graphene

Author(s): Georg Schusteritsch and Chris J. PickardWe present here a fully first-principles method for predicting the atomic structure of interfaces. Our method is based on the ab initio random struct … - Collective excitations in the metallic triangular antiferromagnet PdCrO2

Author(s): A. Glamazda, W.-J. Lee, S.-H. Do, K.-Y. Choi, P. Lemmens, J. van Tol, J. Jeong, and H.-J. NohWe report a combined Raman-scattering and electron spin resonance (ESR) study of the metallic tr … - Guiding-center Hall viscosity and intrinsic dipole moment along edges of incompressible fractional quantum Hall fluids

Author(s): YeJe Park and F. D. M. HaldaneThe discontinuity of guiding-center Hall viscosity (a bulk property) at the edges of incompressible quantum Hall fluids is associated with the presence of an i … - Structural instability and the Mott-Peierls transition in a half-metallic hollandite : K2Cr8O16

Author(s): Sooran Kim, Kyoo Kim, and B. I. MinIn order to explore the driving mechanism of the concomitant metal-insulator and structural transitions in quasi-one-dimensional hollandite K2Cr8O16, elec … - Polarization as a topological quantum number in graphene

Author(s): Hideo Aoki and Yasuhiro HatsugaiGraphene, with its quantum Hall topological (Chern) number reflecting the massless Dirac particle, is shown to harbor yet another topological quantum number. … - Decoherence of an exchange qubit by hyperfine interaction

Author(s): Jo-Tzu Hung, Jianjia Fei, Mark Friesen, and Xuedong HuWe study three-electron-spin decoherence in a semiconductor triple quantum dot with a linear geometry. The three electron spins are cou … - Spin susceptibility of two-dimensional transition-metal dichalcogenides

Author(s): H. Hatami, T. Kernreiter, and U. ZülickeWe have obtained analytical expressions for the q-dependent static spin susceptibility of monolayer transition-metal dichalcogenides, considering bot … - Tunable rotons in square-lattice antiferromagnets under strong magnetic fields

Author(s): Yurika Kubo and Susumu KuriharaExcitation spectra of square lattice Heisenberg antiferromagnets in magnetic fields are investigated by the spin-wave theory. It is pointed out that a rotonli … - α-ε transition pathway of iron under quasihydrostatic pressure conditions

Author(s): N. Ishimatsu, Y. Sata, H. Maruyama, T. Watanuki, N. Kawamura, M. Mizumaki, T. Irifune, and H. SumiyaWe have carefully investigated the α-ε transition pathway of iron under quasihydrostatic … - Critical exponents of the random field hierarchical model

Author(s): Giorgio Parisi and Jacopo RocchiWe study the one-dimensional Dyson hierarchical model in the presence of a random field. This is a long range model where the interaction scales with the dis … - Raman study of the temperature and magnetic-field dependence of the electronic and lattice properties of MnSi

Author(s): H.-M. Eiter, P. Jaschke, R. Hackl, A. Bauer, M. Gangl, and C. PfleidererThe temperature and magnetic-field dependence of lattice and carrier excitations in MnSi is studied in detail using i … - Instabilities on graphene's honeycomb lattice with electron-phonon interactions

Author(s): Laura Classen, Michael M. Scherer, and Carsten HonerkampWe study the impact of electron-phonon interactions on the many-body instabilities of electrons on the honeycomb lattice and their in … - Quasiparticle and optical properties of polythiophene-derived polymers

Author(s): Georgy Samsonidze, Filipe J. Ribeiro, Marvin L. Cohen, and Steven G. LouieElectron donor conjugated polymers blended with electron acceptor fullerene derivatives is one of the promising tec … - Intrinsic origin of interface states and band-offset profiling of nanostructured LaAlO3/SrTiO3 heterojunctions probed by element-specific resonant spectroscopies

Author(s): G. Drera, G. Salvinelli, F. Bondino, E. Magnano, M. Huijben, A. Brinkman, and L. SangalettiThe origin of electronic states at the basis of the 2DEG found in conducting LaAlO3/SrTiO3 interfa … - Energy density matrix formalism for interacting quantum systems: Quantum Monte Carlo study

Author(s): Jaron T. Krogel, Jeongnim Kim, and Fernando A. ReboredoWe develop an energy density matrix that parallels the one-body reduced density matrix (1RDM) for many-body quantum systems. Just as t … - Efficacy of the DFT + U formalism for modeling hole polarons in perovskite oxides

Author(s): Paul Erhart, Andreas Klein, Daniel Åberg, and Babak SadighWe investigate the formation of self-trapped holes (STH) in three prototypical perovskites (SrTiO3, BaTiO3, PbTiO3) using a combina … - Decoherence in semiconductor cavity QED systems due to phonon couplings

Author(s): P. Kaer and J. MørkWe investigate the effect of electron-phonon interactions on the coherence properties of single photons emitted from a semiconductor cavity QED (quantum electrodynamics) … - Spin and impurity effects on flux-periodic oscillations in core-shell nanowires

Author(s): Tomas Orn Rosdahl, Andrei Manolescu, and Vidar GudmundssonWe study the quantum mechanical states of electrons situated on a cylindrical surface of finite axial length to model a semiconduct … - Electronic structure of single-crystalline NdO0.5F0.5BiS2 studied by angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy

Author(s): Z. R. Ye, H. F. Yang, D. W. Shen, J. Jiang, X. H. Niu, D. L. Feng, Y. P. Du, X. G. Wan, J. Z. Liu, X. Y. Zhu, H. H. Wen, and M. H. JiangNdO0.5F0.5BiS2 is a new layered superconductor. We ha … - Spatial and temporal propagation of Kondo correlations

Author(s): Benedikt Lechtenberg and Frithjof B. AndersWe address the fundamental question how the spatial Kondo correlations are building up in time assuming an initially decoupled impurity spin S⃗imp … - Time-reversal invariant parafermions in interacting Rashba nanowires

Author(s): Jelena Klinovaja and Daniel LossWe propose a scheme to generate pairs of time-reversal invariant parafermions. Our setup consists of two quantum wires with Rashba spin-orbit interactions co … - Effect of cation arrangement on the electronic structures of the perovskite solid solutions (SrTiO3)1−x(LaCrO3)x from first principles

Author(s): Hungru Chen and Naoto UmezawaThe electronic structures of [SrTiO3]1−x[LaCrO3]x perovskite solid solutions are studied using hybrid density functional calculations to investigate their poten … - Electronic structures, magnetism, and phonon spectra in the metallic cubic perovskite BaOsO3

Author(s): Myung-Chul Jung and Kwan-Woo LeeBy using ab initio calculations, we investigated a cubic perovskite BaOsO3 and a few related compounds that have been synthesized recently and formally have … - Chiral non-Fermi liquids

Author(s): Shouvik Sur and Sung-Sik LeeThe authors provide an example of a stable two-dimensional non-Fermi liquid state without time-reversal and parity invariance. It could be realized at an interfa … - Fully spin-polarized two-dimensional electron gas at the CoFe2O4/MgAl2O4(001) polar interface

Author(s): R. Arras and L. CalmelsWe performed first-principles calculations to show that a fully spin-polarized two-dimensional electron gas can be created at the interface between the polar and insu … - Different response of transport and magnetic properties of BaIrO3 to chemical and physical pressure

Author(s): M. A. Laguna-Marco, G. Fabbris, N. M. Souza-Neto, S. Chikara, J. S. Schilling, G. Cao, and D. HaskelA combination of x-ray absorption, x-ray-diffraction, and transport measurements at high … - Gilbert damping in magnetic layered systems

Author(s): E. Barati, M. Cinal, D. M. Edwards, and A. UmerskiThe Gilbert damping constant present in the phenomenological Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation describing the dynamics of magnetization is c … - Temperature dependence of the superfluid density as a probe for multiple gaps in Ba(Fe0.9Co0.1)2As2: Manifestation of three weakly interacting condensates

Author(s): A. E. Karakozov, S. Zapf, B. Gorshunov, Ya. G. Ponomarev, M. V. Magnitskaya, E. Zhukova, A. S. Prokhorov, V. B. Anzin, and S. HaindlThe knowledge about the gap size and structure is of utmo … - Measuring and tailoring the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction in perpendicularly magnetized thin films

Author(s): A. Hrabec, N. A. Porter, A. Wells, M. J. Benitez, G. Burnell, S. McVitie, D. McGrouther, T. A. Moore, and C. H. MarrowsWe investigate the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interactions (DMIs) in perpen … - Theory of fast time evolution of nonequilibrium spin states in magnetic heterostructures

Author(s): I. A. Yastremsky, Peter M. Oppeneer, and B. A. IvanovThe temporal evolution of highly nonequilibrium and spatially nonuniform spin states is analyzed on the basis of a general, phenomenolog … - Spontaneous magnetization above TC in polycrystalline La0.7Ca0.3MnO3 and La0.7Ba0.3MnO3

Author(s): J. A. Turcaud, A. M. Pereira, K. G. Sandeman, J. S. Amaral, K. Morrison, A. Berenov, A. Daoud-Aladine, and L. F. CohenIn the present work, spontaneous magnetization is observed in the inver … - Simple Bayesian method for improved analysis of quasi-two-dimensional scattering data

Author(s): Alexander T. HolmesThe author describes a new algorithm, based on Bayesian principles, for the analysis of small angle neutron scattering (SANS) data. This work represents a significant imp … - Capacitive interactions and Kondo effect tuning in double quantum impurity systems

Author(s): David A. Ruiz-Tijerina, E. Vernek, and Sergio E. UlloaWe present a study of the correlated transport regimes of a double quantum impurity system with mutual capacitive interactions. Such sy … - Low-energy effective theories of the two-thirds filled Hubbard model on the triangular necklace lattice

Author(s): C. Janani, J. Merino, Ian P. McCulloch, and B. J. PowellMotivated by Mo3S7(dmit)3, we investigate the Hubbard model on the triangular necklace lattice at two-thirds filling. We show, using … - Ab initio model of optical properties of two-temperature warm dense matter

Author(s): B. Holst, V. Recoules, S. Mazevet, M. Torrent, A. Ng, Z. Chen, S. E. Kirkwood, V. Sametoglu, M. Reid, and Y. Y. TsuiWe present a model to describe thermophysical and optical properties of t … - Effect of charging on CdSe/CdS dot-in-rods single-photon emission

Author(s): M. Manceau, S. Vezzoli, Q. Glorieux, F. Pisanello, E. Giacobino, L. Carbone, M. De Vittorio, and A. BramatiThe photon statistics of CdSe/CdS dot-in-rods nanocrystals is studied with a metho … - Initial stages of oxygen adsorption on In/Si(111)-4×1

Author(s): Hyungjoon Shim, Heechul Lim, Younghoon Kim, Sanghan Kim, Geunseop Lee, Hye-Kyoung Kim, Chiho Kim, and Hanchul KimThe In/Si(111)4×1 surface with In wires is a prototypical one-dimensional el … - Valence modulations in CeRuSn

Author(s): R. Feyerherm, E. Dudzik, K. Prokeš, J. A. Mydosh, Y.-K. Huang, and R. PöttgenCeRuSn exhibits an extraordinary room temperature structure at 300 K with the coexistence of two types of Ce ion … - Orbital-dependent polaron formation in the relativistic Mott insulator Sr2IrO4

Author(s): C. H. Sohn, Min-Cheol Lee, H. J. Park, Kyung Joo Noh, H. K. Yoo, S. J. Moon, K. W. Kim, T. F. Qi, G. Cao, Deok-Yong Cho, and T. W. NohAuthors present optical spectroscopy measurements of 5d … - Heat transport across a SiGe nanowire axial junction: Interface thermal resistance and thermal rectification

Author(s): Riccardo Rurali, Xavier Cartoixà, and Luciano ColomboWe study thermal transport in SiGe nanowires by means of nonequilibrium molecular dynamics simulations. We calculate the axial interface … - Signatures of electron-magnon interaction in charge and spin currents through magnetic tunnel junctions: A nonequilibrium many-body perturbation theory approach

Author(s): Farzad Mahfouzi and Branislav K. NikolićWe develop a numerically exact scheme for resumming certain classes of Feynman diagrams in the self-consistent perturbative expansion for the electro … - Electronic structure and defect properties of B6O from hybrid functional and many-body perturbation theory calculations: A possible ambipolar transparent conductor

Author(s): J. B. Varley, V. Lordi, A. Miglio, and G. HautierB6O is a member of icosahedral boron-rich solids known for their physical hardness and stability under irradiation bombardment, but it has a … - Island size evolution and molecular diffusion during growth of organic thin films followed by time-resolved specular and off-specular scattering

Author(s): C. Frank, J. Novák, R. Banerjee, A. Gerlach, F. Schreiber, A. Vorobiev, and S. KowarikWe report on a combined off-specular and specular x-ray scattering growth study of ultrathin films of t … - Charge-density correlations in pressurized liquid lithium calculated using ab initio molecular dynamics

Author(s): Taras Bryk, Ivan Klevets, Giancarlo Ruocco, Tullio Scopigno, and Ari P. SeitsonenStatic and dynamic autocorrelations of charge density, composed of positive point ions and instantaneous dis … - Transformation between spin-Peierls and incommensurate fluctuating phases of Sc-doped TiOCl

Author(s): Jian Zhang, Alexander Wölfel, Maxim Bykov, Andreas Schönleber, Sander van Smaalen, Reinhard K. Kremer, and Hailey L. WilliamsonSingle crystals of ScxTi1−xOCl(x=0.005) have been grown by the … - Observation of two ferromagnetic phases in Fe3Mo3N

Author(s): T. Waki, S. Terazawa, Y. Tabata, K. Sato, A. Kondo, K. Kindo, and H. NakamuraWe report alloying-induced and field-induced ferromagnetism in the η-carbide-type compound Fe3Mo3N, which shows … - Role of electron-magnon scatterings in ultrafast demagnetization

Author(s): Michael Haag, Christian Illg, and Manfred FähnlePossible contributions of electron-magnon scatterings for the ultrafast demagnetization after femtosecond laser irradiation of films of Ni an … - Excitations in the quantum paramagnetic phase of the quasi-one-dimensional Ising magnet CoNb2O6 in a transverse field: Geometric frustration and quantum renormalization effects

Author(s): I. Cabrera, J. D. Thompson, R. Coldea, D. Prabhakaran, R. I. Bewley, T. Guidi, J. A. Rodriguez-Rivera, and C. StockThe quasi-one-dimensional (1D) Ising ferromagnet CoNb2O6 has recently been … - X phase of MnWO4

Author(s): I. Urcelay-Olabarria, E. Ressouche, A. A. Mukhin, V. Yu. Ivanov, A. M. Kadomtseva, Yu. F. Popov, G. P. Vorob'ev, A. M. Balbashov, J. L. García-Muñoz, and V. SkumryevMnWO4 is a multifer … - Delocalized and localized charged excitons in single CdSe/CdS dot-in-rods revealed by polarized photoluminescence blinking

Author(s): Toshiyuki Ihara, Ryota Sato, Toshiharu Teranishi, and Yoshihiko KanemitsuCdSe/CdS heterostructured nanocrystals with quasi-type-II band alignments provide an interesting platform for studyi … - Impact of short-range scattering on the metallic transport of strongly correlated two-dimensional holes in GaAs quantum wells

Author(s): Nicholas J. Goble, John D. Watson, Michael J. Manfra, and Xuan P. A. GaoUnderstanding the nonmonotonic behavior in the temperature dependent resistance R(T) of strongly correlated two-dimen … - Time-dependent density-functional theory simulation of electron wave-packet scattering with nanoflakes

Author(s): Keisuke Tsubonoya, Chunping Hu, and Kazuyuki WatanabeLow-energy electron scattering with nanoflakes is investigated using a time-dependent density functional theory (TDDFT) simulation in re … - Decoherence in a double-dot Aharonov-Bohm interferometer: Numerical renormalization group study

Author(s): Björn Kubala, David Roosen, Michael Sindel, Walter Hofstetter, and Florian MarquardtCoherence in electronic interferometers is typically believed to be restored fully in the limit of small … - Proximity-induced topological state in graphene

Author(s): Igor Popov, Mauro Mantega, Awadhesh Narayan, and Stefano SanvitoThe appearance of topologically protected states at the surface of an ordinary insulator is a rare occurrence and to date onl … - Lattice thermal transport in large-area polycrystalline graphene

Author(s): Z. Aksamija and I. KnezevicWe study lattice thermal transport in large-area polycrystalline graphene, such as the samples grown by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of carbon on Cu. These sys … - Single-mode approximation for fractional Chern insulators and the fractional quantum Hall effect on the torus

Author(s): Cécile Repellin, Titus Neupert, Zlatko Papić, and Nicolas RegnaultWe analyze the collective magnetoroton excitations of bosonic Laughlin ν=12 fractional quantum Hall (FQH) states on the tor … - Nonlinear relaxation and selective polychromatic lasing of confined polaritons

Author(s): G. Grosso, S. Trebaol, M. Wouters, F. Morier-Genoud, M. T. Portella-Oberli, and B. DeveaudPolaritons have often been proposed as promising candidates for the realization of all-optical devi … - Correlation between structure, phonon spectra, thermal expansion, and thermomechanics of single-layer MoS2

Author(s): Liang Feng Huang, Peng Lai Gong, and Zhi ZengUsing first-principles simulation, the correlation between structure, phonon spectra, thermal expansion, and thermomechanics of single-layer MoS … - Polarization alignment, phase transition, and piezoelectricity development in polycrystalline 0.5Ba(Zr0.2Ti0.8)O3-0.5(Ba0.7Ca0.3)TiO3

Author(s): Hanzheng Guo, Brian K. Voas, Shujun Zhang, Chao Zhou, Xiaobing Ren, Scott P. Beckman, and Xiaoli TanThe microstructural origin of the exceptionally high piezoelectric response of polycrysta … - Ultrafast dynamics of photoinduced semiconductor-to-metal transition in the optical switching nano-oxide Ti3O5

Author(s): Akifumi Asahara, Hiroshi Watanabe, Hiroko Tokoro, Shin-ichi Ohkoshi, and Tohru SuemotoNanogranular trititanium pentaoxide (Ti3O5), an oxide showing a photoreversible phase transition at roo … - Spin frustration and magnetic ordering in the S=12 molecular antiferromagnet fcc-Cs3C60

Author(s): Y. Kasahara, Y. Takeuchi, T. Itou, R. H. Zadik, Y. Takabayashi, A. Y. Ganin, D. Arčon, M. J. Rosseinsky, K. Prassides, and Y. IwasaWe have investigated the low-temperature magnetic state of … - Thermodynamic theory for thermal-gradient-driven domain-wall motion

Author(s): X. S. Wang and X. R. WangSpin waves (or magnons) interact with magnetic domain walls (DWs) in a complicated way that a DW can propagate either along or against magnon flow. However, thermal … - Publisher's Note: Collective nature of plasticity in mediating phase transformation under shock compression [Phys. Rev. B 89, 220101(R) (2014)]

Author(s): Hongxiang Zong, Xiangdong Ding, Turab Lookman, Ju Li, Jun Sun, Ellen K. Cerreta, J. P. Escobedo, Francis L. Addessio, and Curt A. Bronkhorst[Phys. Rev. B 90, 019905] Published Mon Jul 14, 2 … - Ising model on a random network with annealed or quenched disorder

Author(s): Abdul N. Malmi-Kakkada, Oriol T. Valls, and Chandan DasguptaWe study the equilibrium properties of an Ising model on a disordered random network where the disorder can be quenched or anneal … - Synthesis, crystal structure, and valence states of Mn-substituted La_{2}RuO_{5}

Author(s): S. Riegg, F. J. Garcia-Garcia, A. Reller, A. Loidl, and S. G. EbbinghausPolycrystalline samples of layered perovskite-related La2Ru1−yMnyO5 (0≤y≤0.25) were prepared by a soft-chemistry synt … - Magnetic and thermodynamic properties of the spin-dimer system La2RuO5 induced by Mn substitution

Author(s): S. Riegg, A. Wintermeier, H.-A. Krug von Nidda, S. Widmann, A. Günther, A. Reller, S. G. Ebbinghaus, and A. LoidlMagnetic properties as well as the specific heat of the spin-dimer system La … - Dynamics of order parameters near stationary states in superconductors with a charge-density wave

Author(s): Andreas Moor, Pavel A. Volkov, Anatoly F. Volkov, and Konstantin B. EfetovWe consider a simple model of a quasi-one-dimensional conductor in which two order parameters (OP) may coexist, i.e … - Impurity effects on the normal-state transport properties of Ba0.5K0.5Fe2As2 superconductors

Author(s): Jun Li, Jie Yuan, Min Ji, Gufei Zhang, Jun-Yi Ge, Hai-Luke Feng, Ya-Hua Yuan, Takeshi Hatano, Wei Hu, Kui Jin, Tobias Schwarz, Reinhold Kleiner, Dieter Koelle, Kazunari Yamaura, Hua-Bing Wa … - Tunable-cavity QED with phase qubits

Author(s): J. D. Whittaker, F. C. S. da Silva, M. S. Allman, F. Lecocq, K. Cicak, A. J. Sirois, J. D. Teufel, J. Aumentado, and R. W. SimmondsWe describe a tunable-cavity quantum electrodynamics (QED) … - Order-by-disorder and spin-orbital liquids in a distorted Heisenberg-Kitaev model

Author(s): Eran Sela, Hong-Chen Jiang, Max H. Gerlach, and Simon TrebstThe microscopic modeling of spin-orbit entangled j=1/2 Mott insulators such as the layered hexagonal iridates Na2IrO3 and Li2IrO3 … - Equilibrium currents in chiral systems with nonzero Chern number

Author(s): E. G. Mishchenko and O. A. StarykhWe describe a simple quantum-mechanical approach to calculating equilibrium particle current along the edge of a system with nontrivial band spectrum topol … - Unconventional charge-density wave in Sr3Ir4Sn13 cubic superconductor revealed by optical spectroscopy study

Author(s): A. F. Fang, X. B. Wang, P. Zheng, and N. L. WangSr3Ir4Sn13 is an interesting compound showing the coexistence of structural phase transition and superconductivity. The structural phase tran … - Kane-Mele Hubbard model on a zigzag ribbon: Stability of the topological edge states and quantum phase transitions

Author(s): Chung-Hou Chung, Der-Hau Lee, and Sung-Po ChaoWe study the quantum phases and phase transitions of the Kane-Mele Hubbard (KMH) model on a zigzag ribbon of honeycomb lattice at a finite size … - Numerical study of a transition between Z_{2} topologically ordered phases

Author(s): Siddhardh C. Morampudi, Curt von Keyserlingk, and Frank PollmannDistinguishing different topologically ordered phases and characterizing phase transitions between them is a difficult task d … - Interplay of charge and spin fluctuations of strongly interacting electrons on the kagome lattice

Author(s): Frank Pollmann, Krishanu Roychowdhury, Chisa Hotta, and Karlo PencWe study electrons hopping on a kagome lattice at third filling described by an extended Hubbard Hamiltonian with on-site a … - Examining the Callaway model for lattice thermal conductivity

Author(s): Jinlong Ma, Wu Li, and Xiaobing LuoThe Callaway model [J. Callaway, Phys. Rev. 113, 1046 (1959)PHRVAO10.1103/PhysRev.113.1046], regarded as an improvement over the relaxation time approxima … - Spin-dependent tunneling rates for electrostatically defined GaAs quantum dots

Author(s): M. Yamagishi, N. Watase, M. Hashisaka, K. Muraki, and T. FujisawaThe tunneling rates for spin-up and -down electrons are investigated for a GaAs quantum dot in an in-plane magnetic field by … - Controllable nonlocal transport of Majorana fermions with the aid of two quantum dots

Author(s): Jie Liu, Jian Wang, and Fu-Chun ZhangMajorana fermions (MFs) are appearing in pairs and nonlocally distributed at the two ends of the wire. The two MFs can combine together to form a nonloc … - Temperature-dependent band gap, interband transitions, and exciton formation in transparent p-type delafossite CuCr1−xMgxO2 films

Author(s): Xurui Li (李旭瑞), Meijie Han (韩美杰), Xiaolong Zhang (张小龙), Chao Shan (单超), Zhigao Hu (胡志高), Ziqiang Zhu (朱自强), and Junhao Chu (褚君浩)Temperature-dependent interband transitions and exciton excit … - Effect of doping and strain modulations on electron transport in monolayer MoS2

Author(s): Yanfeng Ge, Wenhui Wan, Wanxiang Feng, Di Xiao, and Yugui YaoThe doping and strain effects on the electron transport of monolayer MoS2 are systematically investigated using the first-princi … - Mechanically induced spin resonance in a carbon nanotube

Author(s): Heng Wang and Guido BurkardThe electron spin is a promising qubit candidate for quantum computation and quantum information. Here we propose and analyze a mechanically induced single electr … - Resonant optical control of the electrically induced spin polarization by periodic excitation

Author(s): F. G. G. Hernandez, G. M. Gusev, and A. K. BakarovWe show that the electron spin polarization generated by an electrical current may have its direction controlled and magnitude amplified by … - Anomalous reflection phase of graphene plasmons and its influence on resonators

Author(s): A. Yu. Nikitin, T. Low, and L. Martin-MorenoThe phase picked up by a graphene plasmon upon scattering by an abrupt edge is commonly assumed to be −π. Here, it is demonstrated that for high …