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Author(s): Annica M. Black-Schaffer, Wei Wu, and Karyn Le HurWe study superconductivity on the honeycomb lattice close to the Mott state at half filling. Due to the sixfold lattice symmetry and disjoi … - Absence of time-reversal symmetry breaking in the noncentrosymmetric superconductor Mo3Al2C

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Author(s): S. Kimura, T. Fujita, M. Hagiwara, H. Yamaguchi, T. Kashiwagi, N. Terada, Y. Sawada, and K. WatanabeFrom high field electron spin resonance measurements in illuminating polarized light, we … - Unified treatment of Fermi pockets and arcs scenarios for the cuprates: Sum-rule-consistent response functions of the pseudogap

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Author(s): Rahul Nandkishore, Sarang Gopalakrishnan, and David A. HuseWe study many-body-localized (MBL) systems that are weakly coupled to thermalizing environments, focusing on the spectral function … - Interlayer coupling in Ni80Fe20/Ru/Ni80Fe20 multilayer films: Ferromagnetic resonance experiments and theory

Author(s): X. M. Liu, Hoa T. Nguyen, J. Ding, M. G. Cottam, and A. O. AdeyeyeWe present a systematic study of the static and dynamic magnetization behavior of interlayer-coupled Ni80Fe20(200 Å)/Ru(tRu … - Dynamic converse magnetoelectric effect in ferromagnetic nanostructures with electric-field-dependent interfacial anisotropy

Author(s): G. Viaud and N. A. PertsevMagnetization oscillations excited by microwave voltages in ferromagnetic nanostructures having electric-field-dependent interfacial anisotropy are described theor … - Generalized Eilenberger theory for Majorana zero-mode-carrying disordered p-wave superconductors

Author(s): Hoi-Yin Hui, Jay D. Sau, and S. Das SarmaDisorder is known to suppress the gap of a topological superconducting state that would support non-Abelian Majorana zero modes. In this paper, we s … - Probing electron interactions in a two-dimensional system by quantum magneto-oscillations

Author(s): V. M. Pudalov, M. E. Gershenson, and H. KojimaWe have experimentally studied the renormalized effective mass m* and Dingle temperature TD in two spin subbands with essentially different ele … - Competition between pure dephasing and photon losses in the dynamics of a dot-cavity system

Author(s): A. Vagov, M. Glässl, M. D. Croitoru, V. M. Axt, and T. KuhnWe demonstrate that in quantum-dot cavity systems, the interplay between acoustic phonons and photon losses introduces novel featu … - Commensurate-incommensurate solid transition in the He4 monolayer on γ-graphyne

Author(s): Jeonghwan Ahn, Hoonkyung Lee, and Yongkyung KwonPath-integral Monte Carlo calculations have been performed to study the He4 adsorption on γ-graphyne, a planar network of benzene rings conne … - Tunable optical properties of multilayer black phosphorus thin films

Author(s): Tony Low, A. S. Rodin, A. Carvalho, Yongjin Jiang, Han Wang, Fengnian Xia, and A. H. Castro NetoBlack phosphorus thin films might offer attractive alternatives to narrow-gap compound semico … - Coherent single-spin source based on topological insulators

Author(s): Yanxia Xing, Zhong-liu Yang, Qing-feng Sun, and Jian WangWe report on the injection of quantized pure spin current into quantum conductors. In particular, we propose an on-demand single-spi … - Interplay between exchange interaction and magnetic field gradient in a double quantum dot with two individual electron spin qubits

Author(s): Romain Thalineau, Sascha René Valentin, Andreas D. Wieck, Christopher Bäuerle, and Tristan MeunierWe studied experimentally the coherent exchange interaction between two antiparallel electr … - Vanishing fine-structure splittings in telecommunication-wavelength quantum dots grown on (111)A surfaces by droplet epitaxy

Author(s): Xiangming Liu, Neul Ha, Hideaki Nakajima, Takaaki Mano, Takashi Kuroda, Bernhard Urbaszek, Hidekazu Kumano, Ikuo Suemune, Yoshiki Sakuma, and Kazuaki SakodaThe emission cascade of a single … - Cooperative robustness to dephasing: Single-exciton superradiance in a nanoscale ring to model natural light-harvesting systems

Author(s): G. Luca Celardo, Paolo Poli, Luca Lussardi, and Fausto BorgonoviWe analyze a one-dimensional ring structure composed of many two-level systems, in the limit where only one excitation is pre … - Doping- and pressure-induced change of electrical and magnetic properties in the Fe-based spin-ladder compound BaFe2Se3

Author(s): Fei Du, Yasuyuki Hirata, Kazuyuki Matsubayashi, Yoshiya Uwatoko, Yutaka Ueda, and Kenya OhgushiWe have investigated the evolution of electronic structure in the Fe-based ladder compound Ba( … - CuSe-based layered compound Bi2YO4Cu2Se2 as a quasi-two-dimensional metal

Author(s): S. G. Tan (谭树刚), D. F. Shao (邵定夫), W. J. Lu, B. Yuan, Y. Liu, J. Yang, W. H. Song, Hechang Lei (雷和畅), and Y. P. SunWe have investigated the physical properties of a new layered oxyselenide … - Emergent dome of nematic order around a quantum anomalous Hall critical point

Author(s): A. M. Cook, C. Hickey, and A. ParamekantiMotivated by the experimental discovery of the quantum anomalous Hall effect and the interest in quantum phase transitions of correlated electrons, … - Electronic structure of stacking faults in rhombohedral graphite

Author(s): M. Taut, K. Koepernik, and M. RichterThe electronic structure of stacking faults and surfaces without and with an additional displaced layer is calculated for the case of rhombohedral (ABC) … - Finite-size supercell correction scheme for charged defects in one-dimensional systems

Author(s): Sunghyun Kim, K. J. Chang, and Ji-Sang ParkWe propose a finite-size correction scheme for the formation energy of charged defects and impurities in one-dimensional systems within density fu … - Interplay between coherent and incoherent transport in quantum Hall bilayers

Author(s): Ding Zhang, Xuting Huang, Werner Dietsche, Maik Hauser, and Klaus von KlitzingWe systematically study the coherent transport (Josephson tunneling and counterflow current) and its breakdown … - Density-driven defect-mediated network collapse of GeSe2 glass

Author(s): Kamil Wezka, Assil Bouzid, Keiron J. Pizzey, Philip S. Salmon, Anita Zeidler, Stefan Klotz, Henry E. Fischer, Craig L. Bull, Matthew G. Tucker, Mauro Boero, Sébastien Le Roux, Christine Tug … - Testing the radiation emanating from the molecular nanomagnet Fe8 during magnetization reversals

Author(s): Tom Leviant, Shaul Hanany, Yuri Myasoedov, and Amit KerenIn the molecular nanomagnet Fe8 tunneling can occur from a metastable state to an excited state followed by a transition to the grou … - Improvement of magnetic hardness at finite temperatures: Ab initio disordered local-moment approach for YCo5

Author(s): Munehisa Matsumoto, Rudra Banerjee, and Julie B. StauntonTemperature dependence of the magnetocrystalline anisotropy energy and magnetization of the prototypical rare-earth magnet YCo5 is c … - Anomalous Nernst effect of Fe3O4 single crystal

Author(s): R. Ramos, M. H. Aguirre, A. Anadón, J. Blasco, I. Lucas, K. Uchida, P. A. Algarabel, L. Morellón, E. Saitoh, and M. R. IbarraWe report a complete characterization of the anomalous Nernst ef … - Raman scattering investigation of the electron-phonon coupling in superconducting Nd(O,F)BiS2

Author(s): S. F. Wu, P. Richard, X. B. Wang, C. S. Lian, S. M. Nie, J. T. Wang, N. L. Wang, and H. DingWe have performed polarized Raman scattering measurements on the newly discovered superconductor … - Order by disorder or energetic selection of the ground state in the XY pyrochlore antiferromagnet Er2Ti2O7: An inelastic neutron scattering study

Author(s): Sylvain Petit, Julien Robert, Solène Guitteny, Pierre Bonville, Claudia Decorse, Jacques Ollivier, Hannu Mutka, Michel J. P. Gingras, and Isabelle MirebeauExamples of materials where an “or … - Uniaxial-pressure control of geometrical spin frustration in an Ising antiferromagnet CoNb2O6 via anisotropic deformation of the isosceles lattice

Author(s): S. Kobayashi, S. Hosaka, H. Tamatsukuri, T. Nakajima, S. Mitsuda, K. Prokeš, and K. KieferWe report neutron diffraction measurement results for an Ising antiferromagnet CoNb2O6 under uniaxi … - Theoretical study of the structure of boron carbide B13C2

Author(s): Koun Shirai, Kyohei Sakuma, and Naoki UemuraWe have resolved long-standing discrepancies between the theoretical and experimental crystal structures of boron carbide B13C2. Theoretical stud … - Critical slowing down and elastic anomaly of uniaxial ferroelectric Ca0.28Ba0.72Nb2O6 crystals with tungsten bronze structure

Author(s): K. Suzuki, K. Matsumoto, J. Dec, T. Łukasiewicz, W. Kleemann, and S. KojimaThe ferroelectric phase transition of uniaxial Ca0.28Ba0.72Nb2O6 single crystals with a moderate effective charge … - Crystal-field interaction and oxygen stoichiometry effects in strontium-doped rare-earth cobaltates

Author(s): A. Furrer, A. Podlesnyak, M. Frontzek, I. Sashin, J. P. Embs, E. Mitberg, and E. PomjakushinaInelastic neutron scattering was employed to study the crystal-field interaction in the strontiu … - Dynamic behavior of magnetic avalanches in the spin-ice compound Dy2Ti2O7

Author(s): M. J. Jackson, E. Lhotel, S. R. Giblin, S. T. Bramwell, D. Prabhakaran, K. Matsuhira, Z. Hiroi, Q. Yu, and C. PaulsenAvalanches of the magnetization, that is to say an abrupt reversal of th … - Crystal structure search and electronic properties of alkali-doped phenanthrene and picene

Author(s): S. Shahab Naghavi and Erio TosattiAlkali-doped aromatic compounds have shown evidence of metallic and superconducting phases whose precise nature is still mysterious. In potassium and rubid … - Entanglement spreading after a geometric quench in quantum spin chains

Author(s): Vincenzo Alba and Fabian Heidrich-MeisnerWe investigate the entanglement spreading in the anisotropic spin-1/2 Heisenberg (XXZ) chain after a geometric quench. This corresponds to a sudden … - Local environment effects on a charge carrier injected into an Ising chain

Author(s): Mirko Möller and Mona BerciuWe present numerically exact results for the spectral function of a single charge carrier that is injected into an Ising chain at finite temperature T. Both ferr … - Lifetime reduction of a quantum emitter with quasiperiodic metamaterials

Author(s): Yuto Moritake, Kazuyuki Nakayama, Toshihiro Suzuki, Hiroyuki Kurosawa, Toshiyuki Kodama, Satoshi Tomita, Hisao Yanagi, and Teruya IshiharaEnhancement of light-matter interaction of a quantu … - Exchange integrals in Mn- and Co-doped II-VI semiconductors

Author(s): A. Savoyant, S. D'Ambrosio, R. O. Kuzian, A. M. Daré, and A. StepanovExchange integrals between nearest-neighbor (NN) transition metal ions in II-VI diluted magnetic semiconductors (DM … - Modeling of the thermalization of trapped paraexcitons in Cu2O at ultralow temperatures

Author(s): S. Sobkowiak, D. Semkat, and H. StolzWe theoretically analyze the relaxation of paraexcitons in cuprous oxide due to exciton-phonon and exciton-exciton scattering. Particular attention is p … - Plasmons in a superlattice of fullerenes or metallic shells

Author(s): Antonios Balassis and Godfrey GumbsA theory for the collective plasma excitations in a linear periodic array of spherical two-dimensional electron gases (S2DEGs) is presented. This is a sim … - Spontaneous vortex state and ϕ-junction in a superconducting bijunction with a localized spin

Author(s): Denis Feinberg and C. A. BalseiroA Josephson bijunction made of three superconductors connected by a quantum dot is considered in the regime where the dot carries a magnetic moment. In the … - Publisher's Note: Honeycomb lattice with multiorbital structure: Topological and quantum anomalous Hall insulators with large gaps [Phys. Rev. B 90, 075114 (2014)]

Author(s): Gu-Feng Zhang, Yi Li, and Congjun Wu[Phys. Rev. B 90, 079904] Published Tue Aug 26, 2014 - Publisher's Note: Effect of dynamical spectral weight redistribution on effective interactions in time-resolved spectroscopy [Phys. Rev. B 90, 075126 (2014)]

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Author(s): Marcin M. Wysokiński, Marcin Abram, and Józef SpałekThe Anderson lattice model is used to explain the principal features of the heavy fermion compound UGe2 by means of the generalized Gutzw … - Lattice model for fermionic toric code

Author(s): Zheng-Cheng Gu, Zhenghan Wang, and Xiao-Gang WenThe Z2 topological order in Z2 spin liquid and in the exactly solvable Kitaev toric code model is the simplest topological order for 2 + 1D b … - First-principles description of charge transfer in donor-acceptor compounds from self-consistent many-body perturbation theory

Author(s): Fabio Caruso, Viktor Atalla, Xinguo Ren, Angel Rubio, Matthias Scheffler, and Patrick RinkeWe investigate charge transfer in prototypical molecular donor-acceptor compounds using hybrid den … - Spin imbalance in hybrid superconducting structures with spin-active interfaces

Author(s): Oleksii Shevtsov and Tomas LöfwanderWe consider a heterostructure consisting of a normal metal and a superconductor separated by a spin-active interface. At finite-bias voltages, spin-filte … - Enhanced thermoelectric performance of phosphorene by strain-induced band convergence

Author(s): H. Y. Lv, W. J. Lu, D. F. Shao, and Y. P. SunThe newly emerging monolayer phosphorene was recently predicted to be a promising thermoelectric material. In this work, we propose to further e … - Negative correlation between charge carrier density and mobility fluctuations in graphene

Author(s): Jianming Lu, Jie Pan, Sheng-Shiuan Yeh, Haijing Zhang, Yuan Zheng, Qihong Chen, Zhe Wang, Bing Zhang, Juhn-Jong Lin, and Ping ShengBy carrying out simultaneous longitudinal and Hall measure … - Correlation between the ionic potential and thermal stability of metal borohydrides: First-principles investigations

Author(s): Piotr Błoński and Zbigniew ŁodzianaMetal borohydrides are intensively studied because of their potential applications as versatile hydrogen storage. The relation between the formation entha … - Cubic scaling algorithm for the random phase approximation: Self-interstitials and vacancies in Si

Author(s): Merzuk Kaltak, Jiří Klimeš, and Georg KresseThe random phase approximation (RPA) to the correlation energy is among the most promising methods to obtain accurate correlation energy differen … - Wave propagation in twisted metamaterials

Author(s): Amir Nader Askarpour, Yang Zhao, and Andrea AlùTwisted metamaterials, i.e. arrays of identical planar metasurfaces stacked with a sequential rotation, offer new possibilities for manipulati … - Spatial nonuniformity in heat transport across hybrid material interfaces

Author(s): Yansha Jin, Chen Shao, John Kieffer, Michael L. Falk, and Max ShteinSuccessful thermal management in nanostructured devices relies on control of interfacial thermal transport. Recent measur … - Anisotropic criteria for the type of superconductivity

Author(s): V. G. Kogan and R. ProzorovThe classical criterion for classification of superconductors as type I or type II based on the isotropic Ginzburg-Landau theory is generalized to arbitrary tempe … - Quantum critical point in the superconducting transition on the surface of a topological insulator

Author(s): Dingping Li, Baruch Rosenstein, B. Ya. Shapiro, and I. ShapiroPairing in the Weyl semimetal appearing on the surface of a topological insulator is considered. It is shown that due to an “ul … - Testing the dx2−y2*-wave pairing symmetry by quasiparticle interference and Knight shift in BiS2-based superconductors

Author(s): Yi Gao, Tao Zhou, Huaixiang Huang, Peiqing Tong, and Qiang-Hua WangThe quasiparticle interference (QPI) patterns in BiS2-based superconductors are theoretically investigated by taking into … - Entropy of the quantum soliton lattice and multiple magnetization steps in BiCu2PO6

Author(s): Yoshimitsu Kohama, Kenji Mochidzuki, Taku Terashima, Atsuhiko Miyata, Albin DeMuer, Thierry Klein, Christophe Marcenat, Z. L. Dun, Haidong Zhou, Gang Li, Luis Balicas, Nozomu Abe, Yasuhiro … - Quantum spin chain as a potential realization of the Confederate Flag model

Author(s): C. Balz, B. Lake, H. Luetkens, C. Baines, T. Guidi, M. Abdel-Hafiez, A. U. B. Wolter, B. Büchner, I. V. Morozov, E. B. Deeva, O. S. Volkova, and A. N. VasilievIt is well established that lo … - Impurity-induced enhancement of perpendicular magnetic anisotropy in Fe/MgO tunnel junctions

Author(s): A. Hallal, B. Dieny, and M. ChshievUsing first-principles calculations, we investigated the impact of chromium (Cr) and vanadium (V) impurities on the magnetic anisotropy and spin polarizat … - Structure and magnetism of Tm atoms and monolayers on W(110)

Author(s): Corneliu Nistor, Aitor Mugarza, Sebastian Stepanow, Pietro Gambardella, Kurt Kummer, José Luis Diez-Ferrer, David Coffey, César de la Fuente, Miguel Ciria, and José I. ArnaudasWe investigat … - Quantum critical universality and singular corner entanglement entropy of bilayer Heisenberg-Ising model

Author(s): Trithep Devakul and Rajiv R. P. SinghWe consider a bilayer quantum spin model with anisotropic intralayer exchange couplings. By varying the anisotropy, the quantum critical phenomena chang … - Algorithms for finite projected entangled pair states

Author(s): Michael Lubasch, J. Ignacio Cirac, and Mari-Carmen BañulsProjected entangled pair states (PEPS) are a promising ansatz for the study of strongly correlated quantum many-body systems in two … - Higgs mode in electric-field-induced superconductors

Author(s): Tomio KoyamaWe develop a theory for the Higgs (gap-amplitude) mode excitation in electric-field-induced (EFI) superconductors. The Higgs mode can be excited directly by an oscillating elect … - Tuning the magnetic and structural phase transitions of PrFeAsO via Fe/Ru spin dilution

Author(s): Yuen Yiu, Pietro Bonfà, Samuele Sanna, Roberto De Renzi, Pietro Carretta, Michael A. McGuire, Ashfia Huq, and Stephen E. NaglerNeutron diffraction and muon spin relaxation measurements are … - Correlated vs. conventional insulating behavior in the Jeff=12 vs. 32 bands in the layered iridate Ba2IrO4

Author(s): M. Uchida, Y. F. Nie, P. D. C. King, C. H. Kim, C. J. Fennie, D. G. Schlom, and K. M. ShenWe employ molecular beam epitaxy to stabilize Ba2IrO4 thin films and utilize in situ angle-resolved … - Experimental and theoretical electronic structure of quinacridone

Author(s): Daniel Lüftner, Sivan Refaely-Abramson, Michael Pachler, Roland Resel, Michael G. Ramsey, Leeor Kronik, and Peter PuschnigThe energy positions of frontier orbitals in organic electronic mat … - Ising quantum Hall ferromagnetism in Landau levels |N|≥1 of bilayer graphene

Author(s): Wenchen Luo, R. Côté, and Alexandre Bédard-ValléeA magnetic field applied perpendicularly to the chiral two-dimensional electron gas (C2DEG) in a Bernal-stacked bilayer graphene quantizes t … - Pseudomagnetic fields in a locally strained graphene drumhead

Author(s): Shuze Zhu, Yinjun Huang, Nikolai N. Klimov, David B. Newell, Nikolai B. Zhitenev, Joseph A. Stroscio, Santiago D. Solares, and Teng LiRecent experiments reveal that a scanning tunneling mic … - Competing charge-density wave, magnetic, and topological ground states at and near Dirac points in graphene in axial magnetic fields

Author(s): Bitan Roy and Jay D. SauIn the presence of axial magnetic fields that can be realized in deliberately buckled monolayer graphene, quasirelativistic Dirac fermions may find themselves in a v … - Spontaneous strains and gap in graphene on boron nitride

Author(s): Pablo San-Jose, A. Gutiérrez-Rubio, Mauricio Sturla, and Francisco GuineaThe interaction between a graphene layer and a hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) substrate induces lateral displacements … - Excitons in anisotropic two-dimensional semiconducting crystals

Author(s): A. S. Rodin, A. Carvalho, and A. H. Castro NetoThe excitonic behavior of anisotropic two-dimensional crystals is investigated using numerical methods. We employ a screened potential arising … - Valley photothermoelectric effects in transition-metal dichalcogenides

Author(s): Satoru Konabe and Takahiro YamamotoWe theoretically investigate photothermoelectric effects, i.e., the photoenabled versions of the Seebeck and Nernst effects in monolayer transition metal … - High-Chern-number bands and tunable Dirac cones in β-graphyne

Author(s): Guido van Miert, Cristiane Morais Smith, and Vladimir JuričićGraphynes represent an emerging family of carbon allotropes that recently attracted much interest due to the tunability of the D … - Quantum coherence in momentum space of light-matter condensates

Author(s): C. Antón, G. Tosi, M. D. Martín, Z. Hatzopoulos, G. Konstantinidis, P. S. Eldridge, P. G. Savvidis, C. Tejedor, and L. ViñaWe show that the use of momentum-space optical interferometry, whi … - Proposal for a topological spin Chern pump

Author(s): C. Q. Zhou, Y. F. Zhang, L. Sheng, R. Shen, D. N. Sheng, and D. Y. XingA one-dimensional electron model with parameters modulated adiabatically in closed cycles is proposed which can contin … - Testing the Jacob's ladder of density functionals for electronic structure and magnetism of rutile VO2

Author(s): Bing Xiao, Jianwei Sun, Adrienn Ruzsinszky, and John P. PerdewWe employ semilocal density functionals [local spin-density approximation (LSDA), Perdew-Burke-Ernzerhof (PBE) generalized grad ... - Model for quantitative tip-enhanced spectroscopy and the extraction of nanoscale-resolved optical constants

Author(s): Alexander S. McLeod, P. Kelly, M. D. Goldflam, Z. Gainsforth, A. J. Westphal, Gerardo Dominguez, Mark H. Thiemens, Michael M. Fogler, and D. N. BasovNear-field infrared spectroscopy by elas ... - Tensor network implementation of bulk entanglement spectrum

Author(s): Timothy H. Hsieh, Liang Fu, and Xiao-Liang QiMany topologically nontrivial states of matter possess gapless degrees of freedom on the boundary, and when these boundary states delocalize int ... - Renormalization of two-body interactions due to higher-body interactions of lattice bosons

Author(s): Vipin Kerala Varma and Hartmut MonienWe calculate thermodynamic properties of soft-core lattice bosons with on-site n-body interactions using up to twelfth- and tenth-order strong coupling ... - Exact NMR simulation of protein-size spin systems using tensor train formalism

Author(s): D. V. Savostyanov, S. V. Dolgov, J. M. Werner, and Ilya KuprovThe authors employ a matrix product state formalism to study time-dependent spin Hamiltonians which arise in the study of NMR s ... - All-optical NMR in semiconductors provided by resonant cooling of nuclear spins interacting with electrons in the resonant spin amplification regime

Author(s): E. A. Zhukov, A. Greilich, D. R. Yakovlev, K. V. Kavokin, I. A. Yugova, O. A. Yugov, D. Suter, G. Karczewski, T. Wojtowicz, J. Kossut, V. V. Petrov, Yu. K. Dolgikh, A. Pawlis, and M. BayerR ... - Direct observation of bosonic quantum interference of surface plasmon polaritons using photon-number-resolving detectors

Author(s): Go Fujii, Daiji Fukuda, and Shuichiro InoueQuantum plasmonics is a field of research combining plasmonics with quantum optics and investigates interactions between photons and metallic nano ... - Low-energy effective Hamiltonian for giant-gap quantum spin Hall insulators in honeycomb X-hydride/halide (X=N–Bi) monolayers

Author(s): Cheng-Cheng Liu, Shan Guan, Zhigang Song, Shengyuan A. Yang, Jinbo Yang, and Yugui YaoUsing the tight-binding method in combination with first-principles calculations, we systematically der ... - Interaction between vacancies and interstitial solutes (C, N, and O) in α-Fe: From electronic structure to thermodynamics

Author(s): Caroline Barouh, Thomas Schuler, Chu-Chun Fu, and Maylise NastarThe interplay between vacancies (V) and interstitial solutes X (X=C, N, and O) and its impact on thermodynamic properties of ... - Efficient wide-range calculation of free energies in solids and liquids using reversible-scaling molecular dynamics

Author(s): John A. Moriarty and Justin B. HaskinsWe elaborate a novel and efficient method to obtain multiphase Helmholtz free energies from molecular dynamics (MD) simulations over wide ranges of vol ... - Preserving entanglement and nonlocality in solid-state qubits by dynamical decoupling

Author(s): R. Lo Franco, A. D'Arrigo, G. Falci, G. Compagno, and E. PaladinoIn this paper, we study how to preserve entanglement and nonlocality under dephasing produced by classical noise with l ... - Current dependence of the red boundary of superconducting single-photon detectors in the modified hot-spot model

Author(s): D. Yu. VodolazovWe find the relation between the energy of the absorbed photon and the threshold current at which the resistive state appears in the current-carrying superconducting film wi ... - Elastically controlled manipulation of the magnetic order parameter and the metal-insulator transition in a manganite thin film

Author(s): Surendra Singh, M. R. Fitzsimmons, T. Lookman, H. Jeen, and A. BiswasWe measured the temperature dependence of the saturation magnetization (Ms) of a (La1−xPrx)1−yCayMnO3 (x∼0.60, y∼ 0.33) … - Negative Hall coefficient of ultrathin niobium in Si/Nb/Si trilayers

Author(s): I. Zaytseva, O. Abal'oshev, P. Dłużewski, W. Paszkowicz, L. Y. Zhu, C. L. Chien, M. Kończykowski, and Marta Z. CieplakDetailed structural and transport characterization of ultrathin ni … - Hall effect for neutrons scattered by an A-phase MnSi crystal

Author(s): O. G. Udalov and A. A. FraermanWe study a neutron diffraction by A phase of MnSi using a dynamical theory of diffraction and three wave approximation. We show that the neutron diffraction i … - Magnon thermal mean free path in yttrium iron garnet

Author(s): Stephen R. Boona and Joseph P. HeremansThe magnetothermal properties of monocrystalline yttrium iron garnet (YIG) are reported. The magnon contribution to both the thermal conductivity and … - Anomalous surface states at interfaces in p-wave superconductors

Author(s): S. V. Bakurskiy, A. A. Golubov, M. Yu. Kupriyanov, K. Yada, and Y. TanakaWe present the results of theoretical study of surface state properties in a two-dimensional model for triplet p-wav … - Competing orders, competing anisotropies, and multicriticality: The case of Co-doped YbRh2Si2

Author(s): Eric C. Andrade, Manuel Brando, Christoph Geibel, and Matthias VojtaMotivated by the unusual evolution of magnetic phases in stoichiometric and Co-doped YbRh2Si2, we study Heisenberg models … - Quantum oscillations in the kinetic energy density: Gradient corrections from the Airy gas

Author(s): A. Lindmaa, A. E. Mattsson, and R. ArmientoWe derive a closed-form expression for the quantum corrections to the kinetic energy density in the Thomas-Fermi limit of a linear potential model …