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Author(s): Wen-Long You, Guang-Hua Liu, Peter Horsch, and Andrzej M. OleśWe consider a class of one-dimensional compass models with antisymmetric Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya exchange interaction in an exter … - Topological order-by-disorder in orbitally degenerate dipolar bosons on a zigzag lattice

Author(s): G. Sun and T. VekuaSpinor bosons offer a conceptually simple picture of macroscopic quantum behavior of topological order-by-disorder: The paramagnetic state of two-component dipolar bosons … - Consequences of bulk odd-frequency superconducting states for the classification of Cooper pairs

Author(s): Yasuhiro Asano, Yakov V. Fominov, and Yukio TanakaWe analyze symmetries and magnetic properties of Cooper pairs appearing as subdominant pairing correlations in inhomogeneous superconductor … - Multiple lattice instabilities resolved by magnetic-field and disorder sensitivities in MgV2O4

Author(s): Tadataka Watanabe, Takashi Ishikawa, Shigeo Hara, A. T. M. Nazmul Islam, Elisa M. Wheeler, and Bella LakeUltrasound velocity measurements of the orbitally degenerate frustrated spinel MgV2O … - Unidirectional sub-100-ps magnetic vortex core reversal

Author(s): Matthias Noske, Ajay Gangwar, Hermann Stoll, Matthias Kammerer, Markus Sproll, Georg Dieterle, Markus Weigand, Manfred Fähnle, Georg Woltersdorf, Christian H. Back, and Gisela SchützExperim … - Effects of strain and buffer layer on interfacial magnetization in Sr2CrReO6 films determined by polarized neutron reflectometry

Author(s): Yaohua Liu, J. M. Lucy, A. Glavic, H. Ambaye, V. Lauter, F. Y. Yang, and S. G. E. te VelthuisWe have determined the depth-resolved magnetization structures of a series of highly ordered Sr2 … - Coincident structural and magnetic order in BaFe2(As1−xPx)2 revealed by high-resolution neutron diffraction

Author(s): J. M. Allred, K. M. Taddei, D. E. Bugaris, S. Avci, D. Y. Chung, H. Claus, C. dela Cruz, M. G. Kanatzidis, S. Rosenkranz, R. Osborn, and O. ChmaissemWe present neutron diffraction analysis … - Effects of electron irradiation on resistivity and London penetration depth of Ba1−xKxFe2As2 (x≤0.34) iron-pnictide superconductor

Author(s): K. Cho, M. Kończykowski, J. Murphy, H. Kim, M. A. Tanatar, W. E. Straszheim, B. Shen, H. H. Wen, and R. ProzorovIrradiation with 2.5 MeV electrons at doses up to 5.2×1019 electrons/cm2 was … - Detecting magnetic flux distributions in superconductors with polarized x rays

Author(s): Claudia Stahl, Patrick Audehm, Joachim Gräfe, Stephen Ruoß, Markus Weigand, Mathias Schmidt, Sebastian Treiber, Michael Bechtel, Eberhard Goering, Gisela Schütz, and Joachim AlbrechtThe mag … - Symmetries and boundary theories for chiral projected entangled pair states

Author(s): Thorsten B. Wahl, Stefan T. Haßler, Hong-Hao Tu, J. Ignacio Cirac, and Norbert SchuchWe investigate the topological character of lattice chiral Gaussian fermionic states in two dimensions p … - Manifestation of two-channel nonlocal spin transport in the shapes of Hanle curves

Author(s): R. C. Roundy, M. C. Prestgard, A. Tiwari, E. G. Mishchenko, and M. E. RaikhThe dynamics of charge-density fluctuations in a system of two tunnel-coupled wires contains two diffusion modes w … - Irradiated graphene as a tunable Floquet topological insulator

Author(s): Gonzalo Usaj, P. M. Perez-Piskunow, L. E. F. Foa Torres, and C. A. BalseiroIn the presence of a circularly polarized mid-infrared radiation graphene develops dynamical band gaps in its quas … - Orbital magnetization of correlated electrons with arbitrary band topology

Author(s): R. Nourafkan, G. Kotliar, and A.-M. S. TremblaySpin-orbit coupling introduces chirality into the electronic structure. This can have profound effects on the magnetization induced by the orb … - Spin-orbit spillage as a measure of band inversion in insulators

Author(s): Jianpeng Liu and David VanderbiltWe propose a straightforward and effective approach for quantifying the band inversion induced by spin-orbit coupling in band insulators. In this approach w … - Electrical resistivity of single crystals of LaFeAsO under applied pressure

Author(s): C. A. McElroy, J. J. Hamlin, B. D. White, S. T. Weir, Y. K. Vohra, and M. B. MapleMeasurements of electrical resistivity under applied pressure were performed on single-crystalline samples … - Effects of disorder on electron tunneling through helical edge states

Author(s): Pietro Sternativo and Fabrizio DolciniA tunnel junction between helical edge states, realized via a constriction in a quantum spin Hall system, can be exploited to steer both charge and spi … - Spin-flip Raman scattering of the Γ-X mixed exciton in indirect band gap (In,Al)As/AlAs quantum dots

Author(s): J. Debus, T. S. Shamirzaev, D. Dunker, V. F. Sapega, E. L. Ivchenko, D. R. Yakovlev, A. I. Toropov, and M. BayerThe band structure of type-I (In,Al)As/AlAs quantum dots with band gap energy … - Weak competing interactions control assembly of strongly bonded TCNQ ionic acceptor molecules on silver surfaces

Author(s): Changwon Park, Geoffrey A. Rojas, Seokmin Jeon, Simon J. Kelly, Sean C. Smith, Bobby G. Sumpter, Mina Yoon, and Petro MaksymovychThe energy scales of interactions that control molecular ads … - Structure of molten titanium dioxide

Author(s): O. L. G. Alderman, L. B. Skinner, C. J. Benmore, A. Tamalonis, and J. K. R. WeberThe x-ray structure factor of molten TiO2 has been measured, enabled by the use of aerodynamic levitation an … - Prediction of giant elastocaloric strength and stress-mediated electrocaloric effect in BaTiO3 single crystals

Author(s): Yang Liu, Jie Wei, Pierre-Eymeric Janolin, Ingrid C. Infante, Jens Kreisel, Xiaojie Lou, and Brahim DkhilAn applied stress field σ3 can reversibly change the temperature of an elastocaloric … - Model of nonadiabatic-to-adiabatic dynamical quantum phase transition in photoexcited systems

Author(s): Jun Chang, Ilya Eremin, and Jize ZhaoWe study the ultrafast dynamic process in photoexcited systems and find that the Franck-Condon or Landau-Zener tunneling between the photoexcited state … - Exact solutions of fractional Chern insulators: Interacting particles in the Hofstadter model at finite size

Author(s): Thomas Scaffidi and Steven H. SimonWe show that all the bands of the Hofstadter model on the torus have an exactly flat dispersion and Berry curvature when a special system size is chosen. … - Anomalous dissipation mechanism and Hall quantization limit in polycrystalline graphene grown by chemical vapor deposition

Author(s): F. Lafont, R. Ribeiro-Palau, Z. Han, A. Cresti, A. Delvallée, A. W. Cummings, S. Roche, V. Bouchiat, S. Ducourtieux, F. Schopfer, and W. PoirierWe report on the observation of strong backsc … - Publisher's Note: Local environment dependent GGA+U method for accurate thermochemistry of transition metal compounds [Phys. Rev. B 90, 115105 (2014)]

Author(s): Muratahan Aykol and C. Wolverton[Phys. Rev. B 90, 119904] Published Thu Sep 18, 2014 - Publisher's Note: Modeling of the thermalization of trapped paraexcitons in Cu2O at ultralow temperatures [Phys. Rev. B 90, 075206 (2014)]

Author(s): S. Sobkowiak, D. Semkat, and H. Stolz[Phys. Rev. B 90, 119905] Published Thu Sep 18, 2014 - Unidirectional spin-orbit interaction and spin-helix state in a (110)-oriented GaAs/(Al,Ga)As quantum well

Author(s): Y. S. Chen, S. Fält, W. Wegscheider, and G. SalisThe Dresselhaus spin-orbit interaction is quantitatively investigated in a (110)-oriented GaAs quantum well by means of time- and spatially … - Extended versus standard Holstein model: Results in two and three dimensions

Author(s): Carl J. Chandler and F. MarsiglioWe present numerically exact solutions to the problem of a single electron interacting through an extended interaction with optical phonons in two and three … - Spectroscopy of the D1 transition of cesium by dressed-state resonance fluorescence from a single (In,Ga)As/GaAs quantum dot

Author(s): S. M. Ulrich, S. Weiler, M. Oster, M. Jetter, A. Urvoy, R. Löw, and P. MichlerWe use a laser-driven single (In,Ga)As quantum dot (QD) in the dressed-state regime of resonance fluorescence ( … - Electrically controllable magnetic order in the bilayer Hubbard model on honeycomb lattice: A determinant quantum Monte Carlo study

Author(s): Jinhua Sun, Dong-Hui Xu, Yi Zhou, and Fu-Chun ZhangIn this paper, we use the determinant quantum Monte Carlo method to study the effect of the electric field on the magnetic order in a bila … - Quantum confinement and band offsets in amorphous silicon quantum wells

Author(s): K. Jarolimek, R. A. de Groot, G. A. de Wijs, and M. ZemanQuantum wells (QWs) are nanostructures consisting of alternating layers of a low and high band-gap semiconductor. The band gap of QW … - Generic ordering of structural transitions in quasi-one-dimensional Wigner crystals

Author(s): J. E. Galván-Moya, V. R. Misko, and F. M. PeetersWe investigate the dependence of the structural phase transitions in an infinite quasi-one-dimensional system of repulsively interacting par … - Current-driven dynamics of coupled domain walls in a synthetic antiferromagnet

Author(s): Henri Saarikoski, Hiroshi Kohno, Christopher H. Marrows, and Gen TataraWe develop the theory of magnetic domain-wall motion in coupled double-layer systems where electrons can hop between t … - Order from structural disorder in the XY pyrochlore antiferromagnet Er2Ti2O7

Author(s): V. S. Maryasin and M. E. ZhitomirskyThe effect of structural disorder is investigated for an XY pyrochlore antiferromagnet with continuous degeneracy of classical ground states. Two types o … - Superconducting properties of K1-xNaxFe2As2 under pressure

Author(s): V. Grinenko, W. Schottenhamel, A. U. B. Wolter, D. V. Efremov, S.-L. Drechsler, S. Aswartham, M. Kumar, S. Wurmehl, M. Roslova, I. V. Morozov, B. Holzapfel, B. Büchner, E. Ahrens, S. I. Tro … - Soft vibrational mode associated with incommensurate orbital order in multiferroic CaMn7O12

Author(s): Xinyu Du, Renliang Yuan, Lian Duan, Chong Wang, Yuwen Hu, and Yuan LiWe report inelastic light scattering measurements of lattice dynamics related to the incommensurate orbital order in CaM … - Relation between cuprate superconductivity and magnetism: A Raman study of (CaLa)1(BaLa)2Cu3Oy

Author(s): Dirk Wulferding, Meni Shay, Gil Drachuck, Rinat Ofer, Galina Bazalitsky, Zaher Salman, Peter Lemmens, and Amit KerenWe present an investigation of charge-compensated antiferromagnetic (CaxL … - Two-channel point-contact tunneling theory of superconductors

Author(s): Mikael Fogelström, Matthias J. Graf, V. A. Sidorov, Xin Lu, E. D. Bauer, and J. D. ThompsonWe introduce a two-channel tunneling model to generalize the widely used BTK theory of point-conta … - Semionic resonating valence-bond states

Author(s): Mohsin Iqbal, Didier Poilblanc, and Norbert SchuchThe nature of the kagome Heisenberg antiferromagnet (HAFM) is under ongoing debate. While recent evidence points towards a Z2 topological s … - Effects of self-consistency and plasmon-pole models on GW calculations for closed-shell molecules

Author(s): Johannes Lischner, Sahar Sharifzadeh, Jack Deslippe, Jeffrey B. Neaton, and Steven G. LouieWe present theoretical calculations of quasiparticle energies in closed-shell molecules using the … - Quantum oscillations as a probe of interaction effects in Weyl semimetals in a magnetic field

Author(s): E. V. Gorbar, V. A. Miransky, I. A. Shovkovy, and P. O. SukhachovThe Weyl semimetal surface is modeled by applying the Bogolyubov boundary conditions, in which the quasiparticles have an in … - Resistance of helical edges formed in a semiconductor heterostructure

Author(s): Jukka I. Väyrynen, Moshe Goldstein, Yuval Gefen, and Leonid I. GlazmanThe authors develop a theory of inelastic backscattering of helical edge states from electron puddles in order to expla … - Lattice density-functional theory of the attractive Hubbard model

Author(s): Matthieu Saubanère and G. M. PastorThe attractive Hubbard model is investigated in the framework of lattice density-functional theory (LDFT). The ground-state energy E=T+W is regarded as a … - Effect of electron correlation on the electronic structure and spin-lattice coupling of high-Tc cuprates: Quantum Monte Carlo calculations

Author(s): Lucas K. Wagner and Peter AbbamonteElectron correlation effects are particularly strong in high-temperature superconducting materials. Devising an accurate description of these materials ha … - Role of oxygen vacancies in room-temperature ferromagnetism in cobalt-substituted SrTiO3

Author(s): Chandrima Mitra, Chungwei Lin, Agham B. Posadas, and Alexander A. DemkovFerromagnetic insulating behavior has recently been demonstrated in cobalt-substituted SrTiO3 at room temperature [Po ... - Weak localization, spin relaxation, and spin diffusion: Crossover between weak and strong Rashba coupling limits

Author(s): Yasufumi Araki, Guru Khalsa, and Allan H. MacDonaldDisorder scattering and spin-orbit coupling are together responsible for the diffusion and relaxation of spin density in time-reversal inv ... - Current flow in biased bilayer graphene: Role of sublattices

Author(s): C. J. Páez, D. A. Bahamon, and Ana L. C. PereiraWe investigate here how the current flows over a bilayer graphene in the presence of an external electric field perpendicularly applied (bias ... - Single-molecule light emission at room temperature on a wide-band-gap semiconductor

Author(s): H. Yang, A. J. Mayne, G. Comtet, G. Dujardin, Y. Kuk, S. Nagarajan, and A. GourdonRoom-temperature light emission from single chemisorbed perylene based molecules adsorbed on silicon carbid ... - Emergence of bound states in ballistic magnetotransport of graphene antidots

Author(s): P. Rakyta, E. Tóvári, M. Csontos, Sz. Csonka, A. Csordás, and J. CsertiAn experimental method for detection of bound states around an antidot formed by a hole in a graphene sheet is propose ... - Nickel-rhenium compound sheds light on the potency of rhenium as a strengthener in high-temperature nickel alloys

Author(s): Sascha B. Maisel, Nils Schindzielorz, Alessandro Mottura, Roger C. Reed, and Stefan MüllerFor many decades, it has been known that rhenium imparts a tremendous resistance to creep to the ni ... - Modeling amorphous thin films: Kinetically limited minimization

Author(s): Paweł P. Zawadzki, John Perkins, and Stephan LanyAtomic-scale models of amorphous structures are typically generated using a simulated annealing (SA) quench from a melt simulation protocol. ... - Formation of magnetic skyrmions with tunable properties in PdFe bilayer deposited on Ir(111)

Author(s): E. Simon, K. Palotás, L. Rózsa, L. Udvardi, and L. SzunyoghWe perform an extensive study of the spin-configurations in a PdFe bilayer on Ir(111) in terms of ab initio and spin-model calcula ... - Vibrational dynamics of the host framework in Sn clathrates

Author(s): Bogdan M. Leu, Mihai Sturza, Michael Y. Hu, David Gosztola, Volodymyr Baran, Thomas F. Fässler, and E. Ercan AlpWe use nuclear resonance inelastic x-ray scattering (NRIXS), a relatively new ... - Effect of pairing fluctuations on the spin resonance in Fe-based superconductors

Author(s): Alberto Hinojosa, Andrey V. Chubukov, and Peter WölfleThe spin resonance observed in the inelastic neutron scattering data on Fe-based superconductors has played a prominent role in the que ... - Diagrammatic Monte Carlo study of quasi-two-dimensional Fermi polarons

Author(s): Peter Kroiss and Lode PolletWe apply a diagrammatic Monte Carlo method to the problem of an impurity interacting resonantly with a homogeneous Fermi bath for a quasi-two-dimensional setup. ... - Correlation, doping, and interband effects on the optical conductivity of iron superconductors

Author(s): M. J. Calderón, L. de' Medici, B. Valenzuela, and E. BasconesElectronic interactions in multiorbital systems lead to nontrivial features in the optical spectrum. In iron superconductor ... - Perfect spin polarization in T-shaped double quantum dots due to the spin-dependent Fano effect

Author(s): Krzysztof P. Wójcik and Ireneusz WeymannWe study the spin-resolved transport properties of T-shaped double quantum dots coupled to ferromagnetic leads. Using the numerical renormalization g ... - Multiterminal Anderson impurity model in nonequilibrium: Analytical perturbative treatment

Author(s): Nobuhiko TaniguchiWe study the nonequilibrium spectral function of the single-impurity Anderson model connecting with multiterminal leads. The full dependence on frequency and bias voltage ... - Spectroscopic signatures of domain walls in hexagonal ErMnO3

Author(s): Q.-C. Sun, Xiaoxiang Xi, X. Wang, N. Lee, D. Mazumdar, R. J. Smith, G. L. Carr, S.-W. Cheong, and J. L. MusfeldtWe measured the spectroscopic response of stripe- and vortex-containing ErMnO ... - High-energy collective electronic excitations in layered transition-metal dichalcogenides

Author(s): Pierluigi Cudazzo, Kari O. Ruotsalainen, Christoph J. Sahle, Ali Al-Zein, Helmuth Berger, Efrén Navarro-Moratalla, Simo Huotari, Matteo Gatti, and Angel RubioWe characterize experimentally ... - Superconductivity in the topological insulator Bi2Te3 under hydrostatic pressure

Author(s): K. Matsubayashi, T. Terai, J. S. Zhou, and Y. UwatokoWe report the resistivity and ac susceptibility measurements of the topological insulator Bi2Te3 single crystals at pressures up to 11 G ... - Critical excitation-rate enhancement of a dipolar scatterer close to a plasmonic nanosphere and importance of multipolar self-coupling

Author(s): Faezeh Tork Ladani, Salvatore Campione, Caner Guclu, and Filippo CapolinoWe develop an electrodynamic model based on dyadic Green's functions for analyzing the near-field interactions ... - Optical bistability of graphene in the terahertz range

Author(s): N. M. R. Peres, Yu. V. Bludov, Jaime E. Santos, Antti-Pekka Jauho, and M. I. VasilevskiyWe use an exact solution of the relaxation-time Boltzmann equation in a uniform ac electric field to ... - Impact of tunneling anisotropy on the conductivity of nanorod dispersions

Author(s): Biagio Nigro and Claudio GrimaldiWhile the tunneling conductance between two spherical-like conducting particles depends on the relative interparticle distance, the wave function overlap be ... - Possible restoration of superconductivity in the quasi-one-dimensional conductor Li0.9Mo6O17 in pulsed high magnetic fields H≃100T

Author(s): O. Sepper and A. G. LebedWe present a theoretical study of restoration of superconductivity in the form of the triplet reentrant superconducting phase in a quasi-one-dimensional (Q1D) condu ... - Quantum phase transition of nonlocal Ising chain with transverse field in a resonator

Author(s): Yu-Na Zhang, Xi-Wang Luo, Guang-Can Guo, Zheng-Wei Zhou, and Xingxiang ZhouWe study the quantum phase transition in a spin chain with variable Ising interactions and position-dependent coup ... - Quantum dimer model for the spin-12 kagome Z2 spin liquid

Author(s): Ioannis Rousochatzakis, Yuan Wan, Oleg Tchernyshyov, and Frédéric MilaWe revisit the description of the low-energy singlet sector of the spin-12 Heisenberg antiferromagnet on kagome in term ... - Transient phonon vacuum squeezing due to femtosecond-laser-induced bond hardening

Author(s): Fairoja Cheenicode Kabeer, Naira S. Grigoryan, Eeuwe S. Zijlstra, and Martin E. GarciaUltrashort optical pulses can be used both to create fundamental quasiparticles in crystals and to chan ... - Comparison between thermal and current driven spin-transfer torque in nanopillar metallic spin valves

Author(s): J. Flipse, F. K. Dejene, and B. J. van WeesWe investigate the relation between thermal spin-transfer torque (TSTT) and the spin-dependent Seebeck effect (SDSE), which produces a spin curren ... - Successive spin-flop transitions of a Néel-type antiferromagnet Li2MnO3 single crystal with a honeycomb lattice

Author(s): K. Balamurugan, Sang-Hyun Lee, Jun-Sung Kim, Jong-Mok Ok, Youn-Jung Jo, Young-Mi Song, Shin-Ae Kim, E. S. Choi, Manh Duc Le, and Je-Geun ParkWe have carried out high magnetic field studies ... - Applicability of nonresonant artificial diamagnetics

Author(s): L. Jelinek, M. Lapine, and R. C. McPhedranArtificial diamagnetics are prominent for achieving extraordinarily strong diamagnetism in a wide frequency range. However, as far as the magnetic ... - Quasiparticle trapping, Andreev level population dynamics, and charge imbalance in superconducting weak links

Author(s): A. Zazunov, A. Brunetti, A. Levy Yeyati, and R. EggerWe present a comprehensive theoretical framework for the Andreev bound-state population dynamics in superconducting weak links. Contrary ... - Subquadratic-scaling subspace projection method for large-scale Kohn-Sham density functional theory calculations using spectral finite-element discretization

Author(s): Phani Motamarri and Vikram GaviniWe present a subspace projection technique to conduct large-scale Kohn-Sham density functional theory calculations using higher-order spectral finite-elemen … - Signatures of spin-preserving symmetries in two-dimensional hole gases

Author(s): Tobias Dollinger, Michael Kammermeier, Andreas Scholz, Paul Wenk, John Schliemann, Klaus Richter, and R. WinklerWe investigate ramifications of the persistent spin helix symmetry in two-dim … - Dynamics of a Mn spin coupled to a single hole confined in a quantum dot

Author(s): B. Varghese, H. Boukari, and L. BesombesRealizing optical control of individual spins in semiconductors is motivated by a promise of using single spins as building blocks for quantum inform … - Ytterbium-driven strong enhancement of electron-phonon coupling in graphene

Author(s): Choongyu Hwang, Duck Young Kim, D. A. Siegel, Kevin T. Chan, J. Noffsinger, A. V. Fedorov, Marvin L. Cohen, Börje Johansson, J. B. Neaton, and A. LanzaraWe present a high-resolution angle-r … - Strongly bound excitons in gapless two-dimensional structures

Author(s): Yufeng Liang, Ryan Soklaski, Shouting Huang, Matthew W. Graham, Robin Havener, Jiwoong Park, and Li YangCommon wisdom asserts that bound excitons cannot form in high-dimensional (d>1) me … - Acoustic phonons and strain in core/shell nanowires

Author(s): Christoph Kloeffel, Mircea Trif, and Daniel LossWe study theoretically the low-energy phonons and the static strain in cylindrical core/shell nanowires (NWs). Assuming pseudomorphic growth, … - Dynamics of charge separation at an organic donor-acceptor interface

Author(s): Zhen Sun and Sven StafströmThe key process in organic photovoltaic cells is the charge separation at organic donor-acceptor interfaces. However, exactly how the charges separate into free c … - Thermally enhanced photoinduced electron emission from nitrogen-doped diamond films on silicon substrates

Author(s): Tianyin Sun, Franz A. M. Koeck, Aram Rezikyan, Michael M. J. Treacy, and Robert J. NemanichThis work presents a spectroscopic study of the thermally enhanced photoinduced electron emission … - Hole-spin pumping and repumping in a p-type δ-doped InAs quantum dot

Author(s): Konstantinos G. Lagoudakis, Kevin A. Fischer, Tomas Sarmiento, Kai Mueller, and Jelena VučkovićWe have grown high quality p-type δ-doped InAs quantum dots and have demonstrated coherent spi … - Competition between Kondo screening and magnetism at the LaAlO3/SrTiO3 interface

Author(s): Jonathan Ruhman, Arjun Joshua, Shahal Ilani, and Ehud AltmanWe present a theory of magnetic and magnetotransport phenomena at LaAlO3/SrTiO3 interfaces, which as a central ingredient include … - Direct imaging of rare-earth ion clusters in Yb:CaF2

Author(s): B. Lacroix, C. Genevois, J. L. Doualan, G. Brasse, A. Braud, P. Ruterana, P. Camy, E. Talbot, R. Moncorgé, and J. MargerieThe existence and the identification of only one or several coparti … - Electron-vibration effects on the thermoelectric efficiency of molecular junctions

Author(s): C. A. Perroni, D. Ninno, and V. CataudellaThe thermoelectric properties of a molecular junction model, appropriate for large molecules such as fullerenes, are studied within a nonequilibriu … - Metamaterial broadband angular selectivity

Author(s): Yichen Shen, Dexin Ye, Li Wang, Ivan Celanovic, Lixin Ran, John D. Joannopoulos, and Marin SoljačićWe demonstrate how broadband angular selectivity can be achieved with stacks of one-dimens … - Resonant interaction of molecular vibrations and surface plasmon polaritons: The weak coupling regime

Author(s): S. Kalusniak, S. Sadofev, and F. HennebergerAdjusting the free-electron concentration, the surface plasmon frequency of the semiconductor ZnOGa is tuned into resonance with the molecular vi … - Phonon-assisted radiative recombination of excitons confined in strongly anisotropic nanostructures

Author(s): Ł. Dusanowski, A. Musiał, A. Maryński, P. Mrowiński, J. Andrzejewski, P. Machnikowski, J. Misiewicz, A. Somers, S. Höfling, J. P. Reithmaier, and G. SękThe influence of acoustic phonons on … - Polaron-ion correlations in LixFePO4 studied by x-ray nuclear resonant forward scattering at elevated pressure and temperature

Author(s): S. J. Tracy, L. Mauger, H. J. Tan, J. A. Muñoz, Yuming Xiao, and B. FultzValence fluctuations of Fe2+ and Fe3+ were studied in a solid solution of LixFePO4 by nuclear resonant forward scatt … - Dynamic phase diagram of dc-pumped magnon condensates

Author(s): Scott A. Bender, Rembert A. Duine, Arne Brataas, and Yaroslav TserkovnyakWe study the effects of nonlinear dynamics and damping by phonons on a system of interacting electronically pumped m … - Pressure-tuned enhancement of superconductivity and change of ground state properties in LaO0.5F0.5BiSe2 single crystals

Author(s): Jianzhong Liu, Sheng Li, Yufeng Li, Xiyu Zhu, and Hai-Hu WenBy using a hydrostatic pressure, we have successfully tuned the normal state property and superconductivity in LaO0.5F0.5BiSe2 si … - Determination of temperature-dependent atomic displacements in the Ca10Ir4As8(Fe2As2)5 superconductor with a metallic spacer layer

Author(s): E. Paris, B. Joseph, A. Iadecola, C. Marini, K. Kudo, D. Mitsuoka, M. Nohara, T. Mizokawa, and N. L. SainiWe have used the combination of Fe K-edge and Ir L3-edge x-ray absorption measureme … - Three-dimensional cavity quantum electrodynamics with a rare-earth spin ensemble

Author(s): S. Probst, A. Tkalčec, H. Rotzinger, D. Rieger, J-M. Le Floch, M. Goryachev, M. E. Tobar, A. V. Ustinov, and P. A. BushevWe present cavity QED experiments with an Er3+:Y2SiO5 crystal magnet … - Spiral order in the honeycomb iridate Li2IrO3

Author(s): Johannes Reuther, Ronny Thomale, and Stephan RachelThe authors study the phase diagram of a Heisenberg-Kitaev model showing using a renormalization group that it contains a region character … - Topological superconductivity at the edge of transition-metal dichalcogenides

Author(s): Gang Xu, Jing Wang, Binghai Yan, and Xiao-Liang QiTime-reversal breaking topological superconductors are new states of matter which can support Majorana zero modes at the edge. In this Rapi … - Phase diagram of BiFeO3/LaFeO3 superlattices studied by x-ray diffraction experiments and first-principles calculations

Author(s): Gijsbert Rispens, Benedikt Ziegler, Patrycja Paruch, Zeila Zanolli, Jorge Íñiguez, and Philippe GhosezCombining structural and functional measurements, we have mapped the phase diagram of B … - Fermionic two-loop functional renormalization group for correlated fermions: Method and application to the attractive Hubbard model

Author(s): Andreas EberleinWe derive an efficient method for treating renormalization contributions at two-loop level within the functional renormalization group in the one-particle irreducible formal … - Geometrically induced transitions between semimetal and semiconductor in graphene

Author(s): Marc Dvorak and Zhigang WuHow the long-range ordering and local defect configurations modify the electronic structure of graphene remains an outstanding problem in nanoscience, which preclu … - Quantum oscillations in the surface excitations of ultrathin Mg(0001) films

Author(s): Ao Teng, Krzysztof Kempa, Mustafa M. Özer, Saban M. Hus, Paul C. Snijders, Geunseop Lee, and Hanno H. WeiteringUsing reflection electron energy-loss spectroscopy (EELS), we unveil a direct … - Erratum: Generic picture of the emission properties of III-nitride polariton laser diodes: Steady state and current modulation response [Phys. Rev. B 86, 125308 (2012)]

Author(s): Ivan Iorsh, Marlene Glauser, Georg Rossbach, Jacques Levrat, Munise Cobet, Raphaël Butté, Nicolas Grandjean, Mikhail A. Kaliteevski, Richard A. Abram, and Alexey V. Kavokin[Phys. Rev. B 90, … - Magneto-optical Faraday effect in spin-liquid candidates

Author(s): Jacob R. Colbert, H. Dennis Drew, and Patrick A. LeeAlthough in the last several years several materials have emerged as promising candidates where the elusive quantum spin liquid state cou …