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Author(s): Alexandra Friedrich, Björn Winkler, Wolfgang Morgenroth, Alexander Perlov, and Victor MilmanThe high-pressure behavior of natural henritermierite garnet with close to end-member composition … - Long-range two-dimensional superstructure in the superconducting electron-doped cuprate Pr_{0.88} LaCe_{0.12} CuO_{4}

Author(s): B. J. Campbell, S. Rosenkranz, H. J. Kang, H. T. Stokes, P. J. Chupas, S. Komiya, Y. Ando, Shiliang Li, and Pengcheng DaiUtilizing single-crystal synchrotron x-ray scattering, we observe di … - Quantum oscillations and magnetic reconstruction in the delafossite PdCrO_{2}

Author(s): Clifford W. Hicks, Alexandra S. Gibbs, Lishan Zhao, Pallavi Kushwaha, Horst Borrmann, Andrew P. Mackenzie, Hiroshi Takatsu, Shingo Yonezawa, Yoshiteru Maeno, and Edward A. YellandQuantum os … - Interfacial properties of LaMnO_{3} /LaNiO_{3} superlattices grown along (001) and (111) orientations

Author(s): C. Piamonteze, M. Gibert, J. Heidler, J. Dreiser, S. Rusponi, H. Brune, J.-M. Triscone, F. Nolting, and U. StaubWe have employed x-ray absorption spectroscopy and x-ray magnetic circular di … - Spin-orbit coupled j_{eff} =1/2 iridium moments on the geometrically frustrated fcc lattice

Author(s): A. M. Cook, S. Matern, C. Hickey, A. A. Aczel, and A. ParamekantiMotivated by experiments on the double perovskites La_{2}ZnIrO_{6} and La_{2}MgIrO_{6}, we study the magnetism of spin-orbit … - Inverse spin Hall effect in Cr: Independence of antiferromagnetic ordering

Author(s): D. Qu, S. Y. Huang, and C. L. ChienChromium is a 3d spin-density wave antiferromagnetic (AF) metal with a Néel temperature of 311 K. By using the thermal spin injection method, we have obse … - X-ray absorption spectroscopy of iron at multimegabar pressures in laser shock experiments

Author(s): M. Harmand et al.Taking advantage of the new opportunities provided by x-ray free electron laser (FEL) sources when coupled to a long laser pulse as available at the Linear Coherent Light S … - Probing competing and intertwined orders with resonant inelastic x-ray scattering in the hole-doped cuprates

Author(s): David Benjamin, Israel Klich, and Eugene DemlerWe develop a formalism to study indirect resonant inelastic x-ray scattering (RIXS) in systems with itinerant electrons, accounting for the at … - Variational approach to projected entangled pair states at finite temperature

Author(s): Piotr Czarnik and Jacek DziarmagaThe projected entangled pair state (PEPS) ansatz can represent a thermal state in a strongly correlated system. We introduce a variational algorithm to opti … - Three-center tight-binding potential model for C and Si

Author(s): Wen-Cai Lu, C. Z. Wang, Li-Zhen Zhao, Wei Qin, and K. M. HoA tight-binding potential model which goes beyond the Slater-Koster two-center approximation and includes explicit three-center an … - Tunneling density of states in quantum dots with anisotropic exchange

Author(s): A. U. Sharafutdinov and I. S. BurmistrovWe reexamine the tunneling density of states in quantum dots and nanoparticles within the model which is an extension of the universal Hamiltonian to … - Helicoidal graphene nanoribbons: Chiraltronics

Author(s): Victor Atanasov and Avadh SaxenaWe present a calculation of the effective geometry-induced quantum potential for the carriers in graphene shaped as a helicoidal nanoribbon. In this geometry … - Berry phase and Rashba fields in quantum rings in tilted magnetic field

Author(s): V. Lopes-Oliveira, L. K. Castelano, G. E. Marques, S. E. Ulloa, and V. Lopez-RichardWe study the role of different orientations of an applied magnetic field as well as the interplay of stru … - Publisher's Note: Observation of the intrinsic magnetic susceptibility of highly purified single-wall carbon nanotubes [Phys. Rev. B 92, 041402(R) (2015)]

Author(s): Yusuke Nakai, Ryo Tsukada, Ryota Ichimura, Yasumitsu Miyata, Takeshi Saito, Kenji Hata, and Yutaka Maniwa[Phys. Rev. B 92, 039905] Published Wed Jul 29, 2015 - Topological states in a microscopic model of interacting fermions

Author(s): Nicolai Lang and Hans Peter BüchlerMotivated by the question of topological classification in interacting models the authors study an exactly solvable two-leg ladder model of spinless fermi … - Infinite matrix product states, boundary conformal field theory, and the open Haldane-Shastry model

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Author(s): I. Yagupov, D. Filonov, A. Ageyskiy, S. Kosulnikov, M. Hasan, I. V. Iorsh, and P. A. BelovA strong diamagnetic response of a wire medium with a finite wire radius is reported. Contrary to t … - Stacking dependence of carrier interactions in multilayer graphene systems

Author(s): Yunsu Jang, E. H. Hwang, A. H. MacDonald, and Hongki MinWe identify qualitative trends in the stacking sequence dependence of carrier-carrier interaction phenomena in multilayer graphene. O … - Optical conductivity of URu_{2} Si_{2} in the Kondo liquid and hidden-order phases

Author(s): R. P. S. M. Lobo, J. Buhot, M. A. Méasson, D. Aoki, G. Lapertot, P. Lejay, and C. C. HomesWe measured the polarized optical conductivity of URu_{2}Si_{2} from room temperature down to 5 K, … - Covalency in oxidized uranium

Author(s): J. G. Tobin, S.-W. Yu, R. Qiao, W. L. Yang, C. H. Booth, D. K. Shuh, A. M. Duffin, D. Sokaras, D. Nordlund, and T.-C. WengUsing x-ray emission spectroscopy and absorption spectroscopy, it h … - Phonon thermoelectric transistors and rectifiers

Author(s): Jian-Hua Jiang, Manas Kulkarni, Dvira Segal, and Yoseph ImryWe describe nonlinear phonon-thermoelectric devices where charge current and electronic and phononic heat currents are coupled, d … - Stability and electronic structure of two-dimensional allotropes of group-IV materials

Author(s): Filipe Matusalem, Marcelo Marques, Lara K. Teles, and Friedhelm BechstedtWe study six different two-dimensional (2D) allotropes of carbon, silicon, germanium, and tin by means of the ab ini … - Band-filling effect on magnetic anisotropy using a Green's function method

Author(s): Liqin Ke and Mark van SchilfgaardeWe use an analytical model to describe the magnetocrystalline anisotropy energy (MAE) in solids as a function of band filling. The MAE is evaluated in seco … - Chiral and critical spin liquids in a spin-1/2 kagome antiferromagnet

Author(s): W. Zhu, S. S. Gong, and D. N. ShengThe kagome spin-1/2 systems have attracted intensive attention in recent years as the primary candidate for hosting different gapped spin liquids (SLs). T … - Comparison of the magneto-Peltier and magneto-Seebeck effects in magnetic tunnel junctions

Author(s): J. Shan, F. K. Dejene, J. C. Leutenantsmeyer, J. Flipse, M. Münzenberg, and B. J. van WeesMagnetic tunnel junctions (MTJs) are the building blocks of the magnetic random access memory techn … - Field-induced spin density wave and spiral phases in a layered antiferromagnet

Author(s): M. B. Stone, M. D. Lumsden, V. O. Garlea, B. Grenier, E. Ressouche, E. C. Samulon, and I. R. FisherWe determine the low-field ordered magnetic phases of the S=1 dimerized antiferromagnet Ba … - Universal scaling of the magnetic anisotropy in two-dimensional rare-earth layers

Author(s): L. Benito and R. C. C. WardUnraveling the influence that low dimensionality has upon the spin's stability in two-dimensional (2D) systems is instrumental for the efficient engineering … - Manipulating Andreev and Majorana bound states with microwaves

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Author(s): Qingyun Wu, Lei Shen (沈雷), Ming Yang, Yongqing Cai, Zhigao Huang, and Yuan Ping FengBy combining density functional theory and nonequilibrium Green's function, we study the electronic … - Spin dynamics and fluctuations in the streaming regime

Author(s): D. S. Smirnov and L. E. GolubSpin dynamics of two-dimensional electrons in moderate in-plane electric fields is studied theoretically. The streaming regime is considered, where each electro … - Model of two-dimensional electron gas formation at ferroelectric interfaces

Author(s): P. Aguado-Puente, N. C. Bristowe, B. Yin, R. Shirasawa, Philippe Ghosez, P. B. Littlewood, and Emilio ArtachoAfter the discovery of a 2D electron gas at the interface between LaAlO3 and SrT … - Landau level quantization and almost flat modes in three-dimensional semimetals with nodal ring spectra

Author(s): Jun-Won Rhim and Yong Baek KimWe investigate Landau level structures of semimetals with nodal ring dispersions. When the magnetic field is applied parallel to the plane in which the ring li … - Spatial-dispersion-induced birefringence in metamaterials with cubic symmetry

Author(s): Alexander V. Chebykin, Maxim A. Gorlach, and Pavel A. BelovWe consider an array of isotropic particles possessing electric polarizability located in the sites of a cubic lattice. The disper … - Gapless topological superconductors: Model Hamiltonian and realization

Author(s): Yuval Baum, Thore Posske, Ion Cosma Fulga, Björn Trauzettel, and Ady SternThe existence of an excitation gap in the bulk spectrum is one of the most prominent fingerprints of topological ph … - Spatiotemporal spin fluctuations caused by spin-orbit-coupled Brownian motion

Author(s): A. V. Poshakinskiy and S. A. TarasenkoWe develop a theory of thermal fluctuations of spin density emerging in a two-dimensional electron gas. The spin fluctuations probed at spatially separ … - Retardation effects on plasma waves in graphene, topological insulators, and quantum wires

Author(s): Hai-Yao Deng and Katsunori WakabayashiRetardation effects (REs) are known to cause a crossover from linear to sublinear behaviors in the dispersion relation of two-dimensional (2D) plasma w … - One-dimensional Josephson junction arrays: Lifting the Coulomb blockade by depinning

Author(s): Nicolas Vogt, Roland Schäfer, Hannes Rotzinger, Wanyin Cui, Andreas Fiebig, Alexander Shnirman, and Alexey V. UstinovExperiments with one-dimensional arrays of Josephson junctions in the re … - Jahn-Teller distortions as a novel source of multiferroicity

Author(s): Paolo Barone, Kunihiko Yamauchi, and Silvia PicozziThe Jahn-Teller effect is a fascinating and ubiquitous phenomenon in modern quantum physics and chemistry. We propose a class of oxides wi … - Magnon transport through microwave pumping

Author(s): Kouki Nakata, Pascal Simon, and Daniel LossWe present a microscopic theory of magnon transport in ferromagnetic insulators (FIs). Using magnon injection through microwave pumping, we propos … - Tunable anisotropic superfluidity in an optical kagome superlattice

Author(s): Xue-Feng Zhang (张学锋), Tao Wang (汪涛), Sebastian Eggert, and Axel PelsterWe study the phase diagram of the Bose-Hubbard model on the kagome lattice with a broken sublattice symmetry. Such a s … - Universal spin-triplet superconducting correlations of Majorana fermions

Author(s): Xin Liu, Jay D. Sau, and S. Das SarmaWe establish that Majorana fermions on the boundary of topological superconductors have only spin-triplet superconducting correlations independent of wh … - Topological superconductivity in Rashba semiconductors without a Zeeman field

Author(s): Panagiotis KotetesIn this manuscript, I present new hybrid devices based on multiwire/channel Rashba semiconductors, which harbor Majorana fermions (MFs) without a Zeeman field. In contrast … - Interference of sound waves in a moving fluid

Author(s): Huanan Li, Andrea Kleeman, Tsampikos Kottos, and Boris ShapiroWe investigate sound propagation in a moving fluid confined in a randomly corrugated tube. For weak randomness and small fluid … - Fully gapped superconductivity in In-doped topological crystalline insulator Pb_{0.5} Sn_{0.5} Te

Author(s): Guan Du, Zengyi Du, Delong Fang, Huan Yang, R. D. Zhong, J. Schneeloch, G. D. Gu, and Hai-Hu WenSuperconductors derived from topological insulators and topological crystalline insulators by … - Dynamical instabilities and transient short-range order in the fermionic Hubbard model

Author(s): Johannes Bauer, Mehrtash Babadi, and Eugene DemlerWe study the dynamics of magnetic correlations in the half-filled fermionic Hubbard model following a fast ramp of the repulsive interactio … - Thermally induced nonlinear vibration of single-walled carbon nanotubes

Author(s): Heeyuen Koh, James J. Cannon, Takuma Shiga, Junichiro Shiomi, Shohei Chiashi, and Shigeo MaruyamaThe thermally induced nonlinear vibration of single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) was inve … - Gyrational modes of benzenelike magnetic vortex molecules

Author(s): Christian F. Adolff, Max Hänze, Matthias Pues, Markus Weigand, and Guido MeierWith scanning transmission x-ray microscopy we study six magnetostatically coupled vortices arranged in a ring … - Tunable permalloy-based films for magnonic devices

Author(s): Yuli Yin, Fan Pan, Martina Ahlberg, Mojtaba Ranjbar, Philipp Dürrenfeld, Afshin Houshang, Mohammad Haidar, Lars Bergqvist, Ya Zhai, Randy K. Dumas, Anna Delin, and Johan ÅkermanUsing both b … - Comment on “Molybdenum sound velocity and shear modulus softening under shock compression”

Author(s): D. Errandonea, R. Boehler, and M. RossIn this Comment we discuss recent results presented by Nguyen et al. on shock compressed molybdenum up to 438 GPa [Phys. Rev. B 89, 174109 (2014)]. The … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Molybdenum sound velocity and shear modulus softening under shock compression’ ”

Author(s): Jeffrey H. Nguyen, Minta C. Akin, Ricky Chau, Dayne E. Fratanduono, W. Patrick Ambrose, Oleg V. Fat'yanov, Paul D. Asimow, and Neil C. HolmesWe respond to the Comment by Errandonea et … - Density functional versus spin-density functional and the choice of correlated subspace in multivariable effective action theories of electronic structure

Author(s): Hyowon Park, Andrew J. Millis, and Chris A. MarianettiModern extensions of density functional theory such as the density functional theory plus U and the density functional theory plus dyna … - Probing the electron-phonon interaction in correlated systems with coherent lattice fluctuation spectroscopy

Author(s): Andreas Mann, Edoardo Baldini, Antonio Tramontana, Ekaterina Pomjakushina, Kazimierz Conder, Christopher Arrell, Frank van Mourik, José Lorenzana, and Fabrizio CarboneTailoring the properti … - Elastoconductivity as a probe of broken mirror symmetries

Author(s): Patrik Hlobil, Akash V. Maharaj, Pavan Hosur, M. C. Shapiro, I. R. Fisher, and S. RaghuWe propose the possible detection of broken mirror symmetries in correlated two-dimensional materials … - Optical observation of superconducting density of states in luminescence spectra of InAs quantum dots

Author(s): S. S. Mou, H. Irie, Y. Asano, K. Akahane, H. Nakajima, H. Kumano, M. Sasaki, A. Murayama, and I. SuemuneWe study luminescence spectra observed from InAs quantum dots (QDs) embedded in an n- … - Appearance of effective surface conductivity: An experimental and analytic study

Author(s): Jakub Lis, Mateusz Wojtaszek, Rafal Zuzak, Bartosz Such, and Marek SzymonskiSurface conductance measurements on p-type doped germanium show a small but systematic change to the surface cond … - Energy band structure of CuInS_{2} and optical spectra of CuInS_{2} nanocrystals

Author(s): A. Shabaev, M. J. Mehl, and Al. L. EfrosUsing first principles calculations we describe the energy band structure of bulk CuInS_{2}. The energy band parameters for the multiband effective m … - Optical emission from SiO_{2} -embedded silicon nanocrystals: A high-pressure Raman and photoluminescence study

Author(s): J. Ibáñez, S. Hernández, J. López-Vidrier, D. Hiller, S. Gutsch, M. Zacharias, A. Segura, J. Valenta, and B. GarridoWe investigate the optical properties of high-quality Si nanocrystals (NC … - Surface plasmon polaritons in periodic arrays of V-shaped grooves strongly coupled to quantum emitters

Author(s): Adam Blake and Maxim SukharevWe investigate the optical response of a system consisting of periodic silver V-shaped grooves interacting with quantum emitters. Two surface plasmon-polariton … - Systematic investigation of pseudogaps in In, Al, and Pb islands

Author(s): Xuefeng Wu, Chaoqiang Xu, Kedong Wang, and Xudong XiaoThe novel pseudogap state has been systematically studied on flat-top In, Al, and Pb islands/films grown on Si(111) surfaces with scann … - Ab initio simulation of single- and few-layer MoS_{2} transistors: Effect of electron-phonon scattering

Author(s): Áron Szabó, Reto Rhyner, and Mathieu LuisierIn this paper, we present full-band atomistic quantum transport simulations of single- and few-layer MoS_{2} field-effect transistors (FETs) incl … - Accurate band gaps of extended systems via efficient vertex corrections in GW

Author(s): Wei Chen and Alfredo PasquarelloWe propose the use of an approximate bootstrap exchange-correlation kernel to account for vertex corrections in self-consistent GW calculations. We show that … - Possible role of bonding angle and orbital mixing in iron pnictide superconductivity: Comparative electronic structure studies of LiFeAs and Sr_{2} VO_{3} FeAs

Author(s): Y. K. Kim, Y. Y. Koh, W. S. Kyung, G. R. Han, B. Lee, Kee Hoon Kim, J. M. Ok, Jun Sung Kim, M. Arita, K. Shimada, H. Namatame, M. Taniguchi, S.-K. Mo, and C. KimA well-known universal featu … - Autolocalization of a dipolar exciton gas

Author(s): S. V. AndreevWe present a theory of autolocalization as a mechanism of formation of the macroscopically ordered exciton state (MOES) in semiconductor quantum wells. We show that the onset o … - Disorder-induced suppression of superconductivity in the Si(111)−( sqrt[7] × sqrt[3] )-In surface: Scanning tunneling microscopy study

Author(s): Shunsuke Yoshizawa, Howon Kim, Yukio Hasegawa, and Takashi UchihashiThe critical effect of disorder on the two-dimensional (2D) surface superconductor Si(111)−(sqrt[7]×sqrt[3])-In is clarif … - Quasiparticle interference in Fe-based superconductors based on a five-orbital tight-binding model

Author(s): Youichi Yamakawa and Hiroshi KontaniWe investigate the quasiparticle interference (QPI) in Fe-based superconductors in both the s_{++}-wave and s_{±}-wave superconducting states on the basi … - Protection of a non-Fermi liquid by spin-orbit interaction

Author(s): T. K. T. Nguyen and M. N. KiselevWe show that a thermoelectric transport through a quantum dot–single-mode quantum point contact nanodevice demonstrating pronounced fingerprints of nonFermi … - Heating by exciton and biexciton recombination in GaAs/AlGaAs quantum wells

Author(s): V. V. Belykh and M. V. KochievA comprehensive experimental investigation of exciton and biexciton recombination in GaAs/AlGaAs quantum wells is presented. Exciton and biexciton recombinatio … - Statistics of heat generated in a solvable dissipative Landau-Zener model

Author(s): V. V. PonomarenkoWe consider an adiabatic Landau-Zener model of a two-level system diagonally coupled to an Ohmic bosonic bath of large spectral width and, through fermionization, derive it … - Optical response and activity of ultrathin films of topological insulators

Author(s): Fariborz Parhizgar, Ali G. Moghaddam, and Reza AsgariWe investigate the optical properties of ultrathin film of a topological insulator in the presence of an in-plane magnetic field. We sho … - Controlling spin polarization of a quantum dot via a helical edge state

Author(s): Benedikt Probst, Pauli Virtanen, and Patrik RecherWe investigate a Zeeman-split quantum dot (QD) containing a single spin 1/2 weakly coupled to a helical Luttinger liquid (HLL) within a gen … - Spin vibronics in interacting nonmagnetic molecular nanojunctions

Author(s): S. Weiss, J. Brüggemann, and M. ThorwartWe show that in the presence of ferromagnetic electronic reservoirs and spin-dependent tunnel couplings, molecular vibrations in nonmagnetic single m … - Enhancement of tunneling density of states at a Y junction of spin-1/2 Tomonaga–Luttinger liquid wires

Author(s): Sougata Mardanya and Amit AgarwalWe calculate the tunneling density of states (TDOS) in a dissipationless three-wire junction of interacting spin-1/2 electrons, and find an anomalous enhanc … - Hybridization and the origin of Fano resonances in symmetric nanoparticle trimers

Author(s): Ben Hopkins, Dmitry S. Filonov, Stanislav B. Glybovski, and Andrey E. MiroshnichenkoWe study the light scattering by plasmonic and dielectric symmetric trimers to investigate the existence … - Dynamics at the many-body localization transition

Author(s): E. J. Torres-Herrera and Lea F. SantosThe isolated one-dimensional Heisenberg model with static random magnetic fields has become paradigmatic for the analysis of many-body localization. He … - Finite-cluster typical medium theory for disordered electronic systems

Author(s): C. E. Ekuma, C. Moore, H. Terletska, K.-M. Tam, J. Moreno, M. Jarrell, and N. S. VidhyadhirajaWe use the recently developed typical medium dynamical cluster (TMDCA) approach [Ekuma et al., ... - Publisher's Note: Three-dimensional Ising critical behavior in R_{0.6} Sr_{0.4} MnO_{3} (R=Pr,Nd) manganites [Phys. Rev. B 92, 024409 (2015)]

Author(s): A. Oleaga, A. Salazar, M. Ciomaga Hatnean, and G. Balakrishnan[Phys. Rev. B 92, 019906] Published Fri Jul 24, 2015 - CaMn_{2} Al_{10} : Itinerant Mn magnetism on the verge of magnetic order

Author(s): L. Steinke, J. W. Simonson, W.-G. Yin, G. J. Smith, J. J. Kistner-Morris, S. Zellman, A. Puri, and M. C. AronsonConvincing experimental data show that CaMn2Al10 presents itinerant Mn-magnet … - Local response to light excitation in the charge-ordered phase of (EDO−TTF)_{2} SbF_{6}

Author(s): Marina Servol, Nicolas Moisan, Eric Collet, Hervé Cailleau, Wawrzyniec Kaszub, Loïc Toupet, Davide Boschetto, Tadahiko Ishikawa, Alain Moréac, Shinya Koshihara, Mitsuhiko Maesato, Mikio Uru … - Evolution of magnetism in single-crystal Ca_{2} Ru_{1−x} Ir_{x} O_{4} (0≤x≤0.65)

Author(s): S. J. Yuan, J. Terzic, J. C. Wang, L. Li, S. Aswartham, W. H. Song, F. Ye, and G. CaoWe report structural, magnetic, transport, and thermal properties of single-crystal Ca_{2}Ru_{1−x}Ir_{x} … - Critical temperature and tunneling spectroscopy of superconductor-ferromagnet hybrids with intrinsic Rashba-Dresselhaus spin-orbit coupling

Author(s): Sol H. Jacobsen, Jabir Ali Ouassou, and Jacob LinderWe investigate theoretically how the proximity effect in superconductor/ferromagnet hybrid structures with intrinsic spin-orbit coupling … - Superconductivity and spin fluctuations in the actinoid–platinum metal borides {Th,U}Pt_{3} B

Author(s): E. Bauer, E. Royanian, H. Michor, O. Sologub, E.-W. Scheidt, A. P. Gonçalves, J. Bursik, W. Wolf, D. Reith, C. Blaas-Schenner, R. Moser, R. Podloucky, and P. RoglInvestigating the phase rel … - Ultraviolet/infrared mixing in non-Fermi liquids

Author(s): Ipsita Mandal and Sung-Sik LeeWe study low-energy effective-field theories for non-Fermi liquids with Fermi surfaces of general dimensions and codimensions. When the dimension of the Fermi … - Infinite projected entangled pair states algorithm improved: Fast full update and gauge fixing

Author(s): Ho N. Phien, Johann A. Bengua, Hoang D. Tuan, Philippe Corboz, and Román OrúsThe infinite projected entangled pair states (iPEPS) algorithm [J. Jordan et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 250602 ( … - Valence and spectral properties of rare-earth clusters

Author(s): L. Peters, I. Di Marco, M. S. Litsarev, A. Delin, M. I. Katsnelson, A. Kirilyuk, B. Johansson, B. Sanyal, and O. ErikssonThe rare earths are known to have intriguing changes of the valence, … - Doping SrTiO_{3} supported FeSe by excess atoms and oxygen vacancies

Author(s): K. V. Shanavas and David J. SinghPhotoemission studies of FeSe monolayer films on SrTiO_{3} substrate have shown electronic structures that deviate from pristine FeSe, consistent with heavy … - Temperature- and doping-dependent optical absorption in the small-polaron system Pr_{1−x} Ca_{x} MnO_{3}

Author(s): S. Mildner, J. Hoffmann, P. E. Blöchl, S. Techert, and C. JoossSmall polaron optical properties are studied comprehensively in thin film samples of the narrow bandwidth manganite Pr_{1−x}Ca … - Topological Josephson ϕ_{0} junctions

Author(s): Fabrizio Dolcini, Manuel Houzet, and Julia S. MeyerWe study the effect of a magnetic field on the current-phase relation of a topological Josephson junction formed by connecting two superco … - Mott multicriticality of Dirac electrons in graphene

Author(s): Laura Classen, Igor F. Herbut, Lukas Janssen, and Michael M. SchererWe study the multicritical behavior for the semimetal-insulator transitions on graphene's honeycomb lattice using th … - Time-resolved magnetophotoluminescence studies of magnetic polaron dynamics in type-II quantum dots

Author(s): B. Barman, R. Oszwałdowski, L. Schweidenback, A. H. Russ, J. M. Pientka, Y. Tsai, W-C. Chou, W. C. Fan, J. R. Murphy, A. N. Cartwright, I. R. Sellers, A. G. Petukhov, I. Žutić, B. D. McComb … - Semiclassical analysis of intraband collective excitations in a two-dimensional electron gas with Dirac spectrum

Author(s): S. M. Kukhtaruk and V. A. KochelapSolving the initial value problem for semiclassical equations that describe two-dimensional electrons with the Dirac spectrum, we found that collective exc … - Separation of the individual contributions to the spin Hall effect in dilute alloys within the first-principles Kubo-Středa approach

Author(s): Kristina Chadova, Dmitry V. Fedorov, Christian Herschbach, Martin Gradhand, Ingrid Mertig, Diemo Ködderitzsch, and Hubert EbertWe present a procedure for the separation of the intrinsic, si … - Correlated double-Weyl semimetals with Coulomb interactions: Possible applications to HgCr_{2} Se_{4} and SrSi_{2}

Author(s): Shao-Kai Jian and Hong YaoWe study the fate of double-Weyl fermions in three-dimensional systems in the presence of long-range Coulomb interactions. By employing the momentum-shell renormal … - Fixed-node diffusion Monte Carlo method for lithium systems

Author(s): K. M. Rasch and L. MitasWe study lithium systems over a range of a number of atoms, specifically atomic anion, dimer, metallic cluster, and body-centered-cubic crystal, using the fixed-node … - Spectral fingerprints of electron-plasmon coupling

Author(s): Fabio Caruso and Feliciano GiustinoWe investigate the spectroscopic fingerprints of electron-plasmon coupling in integrated (PES) and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES). To a … - Measuring anisotropic resistivity of single crystals using the van der Pauw technique

Author(s): Kasper A. Borup, Karl F. F. Fischer, David R. Brown, G. Jeffrey Snyder, and Bo B. IversenAnisotropy in properties of materials is important in materials science and solid-state physics. Mea … - Electronic transport across linear defects in graphene

Author(s): C. J. Páez, A. L. C. Pereira, J. N. B. Rodrigues, and N. M. R. PeresWe investigate the low-energy electronic transport across grain boundaries in graphene ribbons and infinite flakes employ …