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Author(s): V. G. Sala, S. Dal Conte, T. A. Miller, D. Viola, E. Luppi, V. Véniard, G. Cerullo, and S. WallWe study how the color and polarization of ultrashort pulses of visible light can be used to c … - Metallic behavior induced by potassium doping of the trigonal antiferromagnetic insulator EuMn_{2} As_{2}

Author(s): V. K. Anand and D. C. JohnstonWe report magnetic susceptibility χ, isothermal magnetization M, heat capacity C_{p}, and electrical resistivity ρ measurements on undoped EuMn_{2}As_{2} and K … - Thermal expansion and magnetovolume studies of the itinerant helical magnet MnSi

Author(s): A. E. Petrova and S. M. StishovThermal expansion and forced magnetostriction of MnSi were measured as a function of temperature down to 5 K and magnetic field to 3 T. The small length (volu … - Entanglement properties of the critical quench of O(N) bosons

Author(s): Yonah Lemonik and Aditi MitraThe entanglement properties of quenched quantum systems have been studied for a decade, however, results in dimensions other than d=1 are generally lacking. We … - Anomalous Hall effect in Fe/Au multilayers

Author(s): Q. Zhang, P. Li, Y. Wen, C. Zhao, J. W. Zhang, A. Manchon, W. B. Mi, Y. Peng, and X. X. ZhangTo understand the interfacial scattering effect on the anomalous Hall effect (AHE), we prepared … - Structure and magnetism of cobalt at high pressure and low temperature

Author(s): R. Torchio, C. Marini, Y. O. Kvashnin, I. Kantor, O. Mathon, G. Garbarino, C. Meneghini, S. Anzellini, F. Occelli, P. Bruno, A. Dewaele, and S. PascarelliThe magnetic and structural propert … - Superconductivity in the noncentrosymmetric compound Re_{6} Hf

Author(s): Bin Chen, Yang Guo, Hangdong Wang, Qiping Su, Qianhui Mao, Jianhua Du, Yuxing Zhou, Jinhu Yang, and Minghu FangRe_{6}Hf, which crystallizes in α-Mn structure(space group I4[over ¯]3m) witho … - Absence of Andreev bound states in β−PdBi_{2} probed by point-contact Andreev reflection spectroscopy

Author(s): Liqiang Che, Tian Le, C. Q. Xu, X. Z. Xing, Zhixiang Shi, Xiaofeng Xu, and Xin LuWe report point-contact spectroscopic studies on high quality single crystalline β−PdBi_{2} with a supercond … - Unconventional quantized edge transport in the presence of interedge coupling in intercalated graphene

Author(s): Yuanchang LiIt is generally believed that the interedge coupling destroys the quantum spin Hall (QSH) effect along with the gap opening at the Dirac points. Using first-principles calculati … - Dipole analysis of the dielectric function of color dispersive materials: Application to monoclinic Ga_{2} O_{3}

Author(s): C. Sturm, R. Schmidt-Grund, C. Kranert, J. Furthmüller, F. Bechstedt, and M. GrundmannWe apply a generalized model for the determination and analysis of the dielectric function of optically … - Dielectrics in a time-dependent electric field: A real-time approach based on density-polarization functional theory

Author(s): M. Grüning, D. Sangalli, and C. AttaccaliteIn the presence of a (time-dependent) macroscopic electric field the electron dynamics of dielectrics cannot be described by the time-dependent de … - Excitons and optical spectra of phosphorene nanoribbons

Author(s): Zahra Nourbakhsh and Reza AsgariOn the basis of many-body ab initio calculations, using the single-shot G_{0}W_{0} method and Bethe-Salpeter equation, we study phosphorene nanoribbons (PNRs … - Control of valley dynamics in silicon quantum dots in the presence of an interface step

Author(s): Péter Boross, Gábor Széchenyi, Dimitrie Culcer, and András PályiRecent experiments on silicon nanostructures have seen breakthroughs toward scalable, long-lived quantum information processi … - Trion formation in a two-dimensional hole-doped electron gas

Author(s): G. G. Spink, P. López Ríos, N. D. Drummond, and R. J. NeedsThe creation of electron-hole pairs by photoexcitation in quasi-two-dimensional semiconductor heterostructures has long provided o … - Anisotropic Pauli spin blockade in hole quantum dots

Author(s): Matthias Brauns, Joost Ridderbos, Ang Li, Erik P. A. M. Bakkers, Wilfred G. van der Wiel, and Floris A. ZwanenburgWe present measurements on gate-defined double quantum dots in Ge-Si core-s … - Transmission resonances anomaly in one-dimensional disordered quantum systems

Author(s): A. Eisenbach, Y. Bliokh, V. Freilkher, M. Kaveh, and R. BerkovitsConnections between the electronic eigenstates and conductivity of one-dimensional (1D) disordered systems is studied in the … - Reentrance of disorder in the anisotropic shuriken Ising model

Author(s): Rico Pohle, Owen Benton, and L. D. C. JaubertFrustration is often a key ingredient for reentrance mechanisms. Here we study the frustrated anisotropic shuriken Ising model, where it is poss … - Ballistic Josephson junctions in the presence of generic spin dependent fields

Author(s): François Konschelle, Ilya V. Tokatly, and F. Sebastian BergeretBallistic Josephson junctions are studied in the presence of a spin-splitting field and spin-orbit coupling. A generic express … - Deep electron and hole polarons and bipolarons in amorphous oxide

Author(s): Moloud Kaviani, Jack Strand, Valery V. Afanas'ev, and Alexander L. ShlugerAmorphous (a)-HfO_{2} is a prototype high dielectric constant insulator with wide technological applications. … - Thermal spin injection and interface insensitivity in permalloy/aluminum metallic nonlocal spin valves

Author(s): A. Hojem, D. Wesenberg, and B. L. ZinkIn a wide range of experiments where electrical currents are used to inject angular momentum, or spin currents, from a metallic ferromagnet into a nonm … - Interplay between magnetism and energetics in Fe-Cr alloys from a predictive noncollinear magnetic tight-binding model

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Author(s): S. W. Huang, J. M. Lee, Horng-Tay Jeng, YuCheng Shao, L. Andrew Wray, J. M. Chen, R. Qiao, W. L. Yang, Y. Cao, J.-Y Lin, R. W. Schoenlein, and Y.-D. ChuangOxygen is known to play an importa … - Interplay of topology and interactions in quantum Hall topological insulators: U(1) symmetry, tunable Luttinger liquid, and interaction-induced phase transitions

Author(s): Maxim Kharitonov, Stefan Juergens, and Björn TrauzettelWe consider a class of quantum Hall topological insulators: topologically nontrivial states with zero Chern number at finite magnetic … - Half-metallic Dirac cone in zigzag graphene nanoribbons on graphene

Author(s): M. X. Chen and M. WeinertThe Dirac electrons of graphene, an intrinsic zero gap semiconductor, uniquely carry spin and pseudospin that give rise to many fascinating electronic and transport … - Tunable photonic cavity coupled to a voltage-biased double quantum dot system: Diagrammatic nonequilibrium Green's function approach

Author(s): Bijay Kumar Agarwalla, Manas Kulkarni, Shaul Mukamel, and Dvira SegalWe investigate gain in microwave photonic cavities coupled to voltage-biased double quantum dot systems with an arbitrar … - Theoretical and computational analysis of second- and third-harmonic generation in periodically patterned graphene and transition-metal dichalcogenide monolayers

Author(s): Martin Weismann and Nicolae C. PanoiuRemarkable optical and electrical properties of two-dimensional (2D) materials, such as graphene and transition-metal dichalcogenide (TMDC) monolayers, … - Dynamics of energy transport and entropy production in ac-driven quantum electron systems

Author(s): María Florencia Ludovico, Michael Moskalets, David Sánchez, and Liliana ArracheaWe analyze the time-resolved energy transport and the entropy production in ac-driven quantum coherent electr … - Stern-Gerlach splitters for lattice quasispin

Author(s): A. S. Rosado, J. A. Franco-Villafañe, C. Pineda, and E. SadurníWe design a Stern-Gerlach apparatus that separates quasispin components on the lattice, without the use of external fields. Th … - Importance of effective dimensionality in manganese pnictides

Author(s): Manuel Zingl, Elias Assmann, Priyanka Seth, Igor Krivenko, and Markus AichhornIn this paper we investigate the two manganese pnictides BaMn_{2}As_{2} and LaMnAsO, using fully charge self-co … - Nature of charge density waves and superconductivity in 1T−TaSe_{2−x} Te_{x}

Author(s): Y. Liu (刘育), D. F. Shao (邵定夫), L. J. Li, W. J. Lu, X. D. Zhu, P. Tong, R. C. Xiao, L. S. Ling, C. Y. Xi, L. Pi, H. F. Tian, H. X. Yang, J. Q. Li, W. H. Song, X. B. Zhu, and Y. P. SunTransit … - Transferable tight-binding model for strained group IV and III-V materials and heterostructures

Author(s): Yaohua Tan, Michael Povolotskyi, Tillmann Kubis, Timothy B. Boykin, and Gerhard KlimeckIt is critical to capture the effect due to strain and material interface for device level transistor … - Rayleigh waves, surface disorder, and phonon localization in nanostructures

Author(s): L. N. Maurer, S. Mei, and I. KnezevicWe introduce a technique to calculate thermal conductivity in disordered nanostructures: a finite-difference time-domain solution of the elastic-wave eq … - Magnetocapacitance oscillations and thermoelectric effect in a two-dimensional electron gas irradiated by microwaves

Author(s): A. D. Levin, G. M. Gusev, O. E. Raichev, Z. S. Momtaz, and A. K. BakarovTo study the influence of microwave irradiation on two-dimensional electrons, we apply a method based on capacitance … - Solidification of ^{4} He clusters adsorbed on graphene

Author(s): L. Vranješ Markić, P. Stipanović, I. Bešlić, and R. E. ZillichWe determined the ground state of ^{4}He_{N} clusters adsorbed on one side of graphene for selected cluster sizes in the range … - Single and bilayer bismuthene: Stability at high temperature and mechanical and electronic properties

Author(s): E. Aktürk, O. Üzengi Aktürk, and S. CiraciBased on first-principles phonon and finite temperature molecular dynamics calculations including spin-orbit coupling, we showed that free-standing … - Theory of light-induced effective magnetic field in Rashba ferromagnets

Author(s): Alireza Qaiumzadeh and Mikhail TitovMotivated by recent experiments on all-optical magnetization reversal in conductive ferromagnetic thin films we use nonequilibrium formalism to calculate … - Short-range magnetic correlations and spin dynamics in the paramagnetic regime of (Mn,Fe)_{2} (P,Si)

Author(s): X. F. Miao, L. Caron, J. Cedervall, P. C. M. Gubbens, P. Dalmas de Réotier, A. Yaouanc, F. Qian, A. R. Wildes, H. Luetkens, A. Amato, N. H. van Dijk, and E. BrückThe spatial and temporal co … - Spin Seebeck effect through antiferromagnetic NiO

Author(s): Arati Prakash, Jack Brangham, Fengyuan Yang, and Joseph P. HeremansWe report temperature-dependent spin Seebeck measurements on Pt/YIG bilayers and Pt/NiO/YIG trilayers, where YIG (yttrium … - Magnetoelectric effect in simple collinear antiferromagnetic spinels

Author(s): Rana Saha, Somnath Ghara, Emmanuelle Suard, Dong Hyun Jang, Kee Hoon Kim, N. V. Ter-Oganessian, and A. SundaresanWe report the discovery of the linear magnetoelectric effect in a family of … - Spatial competition of the ground states in 1111 iron pnictides

Author(s): G. Lang, L. Veyrat, U. Gräfe, F. Hammerath, D. Paar, G. Behr, S. Wurmehl, and H.-J. GrafeUsing nuclear quadrupole resonance, the phase diagram of 1111 RFeAsO_{1−x}F_{x} (R=La, Ce, Sm) iron … - Control of two-phonon correlations and the mechanism of high-wavevector phonon generation by ultrafast light pulses

Author(s): T. Henighan, M. Trigo, M. Chollet, J. N. Clark, S. Fahy, J. M. Glownia, M. P. Jiang, M. Kozina, H. Liu, S. Song, D. Zhu, and D. A. ReisImpulsive optical excitation can generate both coheren … - Engineering chiral density waves and topological band structures by multiple-Q superpositions of collinear up-up-down-down orders

Author(s): Satoru Hayami, Ryo Ozawa, and Yukitoshi MotomeMagnetic orders characterized by multiple ordering vectors harbor noncollinear and noncoplanar spin textures and can be a source of unusual ele … - Characteristic dynamic modes and domain-wall motion in magnetic nanotubes excited by resonant rotating magnetic fields

Author(s): Jaehak Yang, Junhoe Kim, Bosung Kim, Young-Jun Cho, Jae-Hyeok Lee, and Sang-Koog KimWe performed micromagnetic numerical calculations to explore a cylindrical nanotube's magnetization … - Probing the low-frequency vortex dynamics in a nanostructured superconducting strip

Author(s): C. C. de Souza Silva, B. Raes, J. Brisbois, L. R. E. Cabral, A. V. Silhanek, J. Van de Vondel, and V. V. MoshchalkovWe investigate by scanning susceptibility microscopy the response of a th … - Correlation-driven d-wave superconductivity in Anderson lattice model: Two gaps

Author(s): Marcin M. Wysokiński, Jan Kaczmarczyk, and Józef SpałekSuperconductivity in heavy-fermion systems has an unconventional nature and is considered to originate from the universal features of … - Propagation of electromagnetic waves in PT-symmetric hyperbolic structures

Author(s): O. V. Shramkova and G. P. TsironisWe investigate theoretically and numerically the propagation of electromagnetic waves in PT-symmetric periodic stacks composed of hyperbolic metamaterial l … - Reinterpreting the magnetoelectric coupling of polarizability tensors of infinite cylinders using symmetry: A simple TM/TE view

Author(s): Parry Y. Chen, Jacob Ben-Yakar, and Yonatan SivanRecently, Strickland et al. [Phys. Rev. B 91, 085104 (2015)] retrieved dynamic polarizabilities of infinitely long wires at oblique incidenc … - How to infer non-Abelian statistics and topological visibility from tunneling conductance properties of realistic Majorana nanowires

Author(s): S. Das Sarma, Amit Nag, and Jay D. SauWe consider a simple conceptual question with respect to Majorana zero modes in semiconductor nanowires: can the measured nonideal values of the zero-b … - Hierarchy of correlations: Application to Green's functions and interacting topological phases

Author(s): Álvaro Gómez-LeónWe study the many-body physics of different quantum systems using a hierarchy of correlations, which corresponds to a generalization of the 1/Z hierarchy. The decoupling sc … - Temperature dependency of resonance fluorescence from InAs/GaAs quantum dots: Dephasing mechanisms

Author(s): Joanna M. Zajac and Sigurdur I. ErlingssonWe report a study on temperature-dependent resonant fluorescence from InAs/GaAs quantum dots. We combined spectral and temporal measurements in ord … - Spin waves and magnetic exchange interactions in the spin-ladder compound RbFe_{2} Se_{3}

Author(s): Meng Wang, Ming Yi, Shangjian Jin, Hongchen Jiang, Yu Song, Huiqian Luo, A. D. Christianson, C. de la Cruz, E. Bourret-Courchesne, Dao-Xin Yao, D. H. Lee, and R. J. BirgeneauWe report an in … - Tunable point nodes from line-node semimetals via application of light

Author(s): Awadhesh NarayanWe propose that illumination with light provides a useful platform for creating tunable semimetals. We show that by shining light on semimetals with a line degeneracy, one c … - Dynamical conductivity and its fluctuations along the crossover to many-body localization

Author(s): Osor S. Barišić, Jure Kokalj, Ivan Balog, and Peter PrelovšekWe present a numerical study of the many-body localization (MBL) phenomenon in the high-temperature limit within an anisotropic … - Parafermion chain with 2π/k Floquet edge modes

Author(s): G. J. Sreejith, Achilleas Lazarides, and Roderich MoessnerWe study parafermion chains with Z_{k} symmetry subject to a periodic binary drive, focusing on the case k=3. We find that the chai … - Electro-optical properties of Rydberg excitons

Author(s): Sylwia Zielińska-Raczyńska, David Ziemkiewicz, and Gerard CzajkowskiWe show how to compute the electro-optical functions (absorption, reflection, and transmission) when Rydberg exciton-pola … - Controlling the dark exciton spin eigenstates by external magnetic field

Author(s): L. Gantz, E. R. Schmidgall, I. Schwartz, Y. Don, E. Waks, G. Bahir, and D. GershoniWe study the dark exciton's behavior as a coherent physical two-level spin system (qubit) using an ex … - Thermopower signatures and spectroscopy of the canyon of conductance suppression

Author(s): G. Kiršanskas, S. Hammarberg, O. Karlström, and A. WackerInterference effects in quantum dots between different transport channels can lead to a strong suppression of conductance, which cut … - Quaternary phase diagrams of spinel Li_{y} □_{1−y} Mn_{x} Ni_{2−x} O_{4} and composite cathode voltages for concentration gradient materials

Author(s): Shiqiang Hao, Zhi Lu, and Christopher WolvertonCore-shell coating structures and concentration gradient materials may enhance Li-ion battery performance by integrating advantages of core an … - EuCo_{2} P_{2} : A model molecular-field helical Heisenberg antiferromagnet

Author(s): N. S. Sangeetha, Eduardo Cuervo-Reyes, Abhishek Pandey, and D. C. JohnstonThe metallic compound EuCo_{2}P_{2} with the body-centered tetragonal ThCr_{2}Si_{2} structure containing Eu spins- … - Role of spin-orbit interaction in the ultrafast demagnetization of small iron clusters

Author(s): Maria Stamenova, Jacopo Simoni, and Stefano SanvitoThe ultrafast demagnetization of small iron clusters initiated by an intense optical excitation is studied from the time-dependent spin de … - Neutron spin-echo study of the critical dynamics of spin-5/2 antiferromagnets in two and three dimensions

Author(s): K. F. Tseng, T. Keller, A. C. Walters, R. J. Birgeneau, and B. KeimerWe report a neutron spin-echo study of the critical dynamics in the S=5/2 antiferromagnets MnF_{2} and Rb_{2}MnF_{4} wit … - Boundaries determine the formation energies of lattice defects in two-dimensional buckled materials

Author(s): Sandeep K. Jain, Vladimir Juričić, and Gerard T. BarkemaLattice defects are inevitably present in two-dimensional materials, with direct implications on their physical and chemical properti … - Model for multishot all-thermal all-optical switching in ferromagnets

Author(s): J. Gorchon, Y. Yang, and J. BokorAll-optical magnetic switching (AOS) is a recently observed rich and puzzling phenomenon that offers promising technological applications. However, a fundam … - Structure and dynamics of high-pressure Na close to the melting line: An ab initio molecular dynamics study

Author(s): M. Marqués, D. J. González, and L. E. GonzálezThe melting curve of sodium for a pressure range up to 100 GPa has been evaluated by the orbital free ab initio molecular dynamics method. This … - Intrinsic magnetic properties in R(Fe_{1−x} Co_{x} )_{11} TiZ(R=Yand Ce;Z=H,C,and N)

Author(s): Liqin Ke and Duane D. JohnsonTo guide improved properties coincident with reduction of critical materials in permanent magnets, we investigate via density functional theory (DFT) the intrin … - Near-degeneracy of extended s+d_{x^{2} −y^{2} } and d_{xy} order parameters in quasi-two-dimensional organic superconductors

Author(s): Daniel Guterding, Michaela Altmeyer, Harald O. Jeschke, and Roser ValentíThe symmetry of the superconducting order parameter in quasi-two-dimensional bis-ethylenedithio-tetrathiafulvalene ( … - Enforcing the linear behavior of the total energy with hybrid functionals: Implications for charge transfer, interaction energies, and the random-phase approximation

Author(s): Viktor Atalla, Igor Ying Zhang, Oliver T. Hofmann, Xinguo Ren, Patrick Rinke, and Matthias SchefflerWe obtain the exchange parameter of hybrid functionals by imposing the fundamental condit … - Impurity scattering and Friedel oscillations in monolayer black phosphorus

Author(s): Yong-Lian Zou, Juntao Song, Chunxu Bai, and Kai ChangWe study the impurity scattering effect in black phosphorene (BP) in this work. For a single impurity, we calculate the impurity-induced … - Limitation of electron mobility from hyperfine interaction in ultraclean quantum wells and topological insulators

Author(s): S. A. Tarasenko and Guido BurkardThe study of electron transport and scattering processes limiting electron mobility in high-quality semiconductor structures is central to solid-state elect … - Anomalous conductivity, Hall factor, magnetoresistance, and thermopower of accumulation layer in SrTiO_{3}

Author(s): Han Fu, K. V. Reich, and B. I. ShklovskiiWe study the low temperature conductivity of the electron accumulation layer induced by the very strong electric field at the surface of an SrTiO_{3 … - Generalized nonequilibrium vertex correction method in coherent medium theory for quantum transport simulation of disordered nanoelectronics

Author(s): Jiawei Yan and Youqi KeElectron transport properties of nanoelectronics can be significantly influenced by the inevitable and randomly distributed impurities/defects. For theoretical simula … - Shot noise in the edge states of two-dimensional topological insulators

Author(s): P. P. Aseev and K. E. NagaevWe calculate the resistance and shot noise in the edge states of a two-dimensional topological insulator that result from the exchange of electrons between these … - Nickel self-diffusion in a liquid and undercooled NiSi alloy

Author(s): F. Demmel, L. Hennet, S. Brassamin, D. R. Neuville, J. Kozaily, and M. M. KozaThe nickel self-diffusion coefficient was measured in a Ni_{75}Si_{25} alloy in the liquid and undercooled stat … - Estimates of crystalline LiF thermal conductivity at high temperature and pressure by a Green-Kubo method

Author(s): R. E. Jones and D. K. WardGiven the unique optical properties of LiF, it is often used as an observation window in high-temperature and -pressure experiments; hence, estimates of its transm … - Magnon-mediated spin current noise in ferromagnet | nonmagnetic conductor hybrids

Author(s): Akashdeep Kamra and Wolfgang BelzigThe quantum excitations of the collective magnetization dynamics in a ferromagnet (F)—magnons—enable spin transport without an associated charge current. … - Lifetime and mean free path of spin waves in ultrathin cobalt films

Author(s): E. Michel, H. Ibach, C. M. Schneider, D. L. R. Santos, and A. T. CostaMiniaturization of magnon-based devices into the nanometer range would require the utilization of exchange-dominated sp … - Disorder-induced enhancement and critical scaling of spontaneous magnetization in random-field quantum spin systems

Author(s): Anindita Bera, Debraj Rakshit, Maciej Lewenstein, Aditi Sen(De), Ujjwal Sen, and Jan WehrWe investigate the effect of a unidirectional quenched random field on the anisotropic quantum spin- … - Quantum phase slip noise

Author(s): Andrew G. Semenov and Andrei D. ZaikinQuantum phase slips (QPSs) generate voltage fluctuations in superconducting nanowires. Employing the Keldysh technique and making use of the phase-char … - Stress-induced nematicity in EuFe_{2} As_{2} studied by Raman spectroscopy

Author(s): W.-L. Zhang, Athena S. Sefat, H. Ding, P. Richard, and G. BlumbergWe use polarized Raman scattering to study the structural phase transition in EuFe_{2}As_{2}, the parent compound of the 12 … - Pressure-induced superconductivity in the antiferromagnet κ−(ET)_{2} CF_{3} SO_{3} with quasi-one-dimensional triangular spin lattice

Author(s): Hiroshi Ito, Takayuki Asai, Yasuhiro Shimizu, Hiromi Hayama, Yukihiro Yoshida, and Gunzi SaitoWe report an antiferromagnetic (AF) ordering at ambient pressure and a superconducting transiti … - Wavelength dependence of femtosecond laser-induced breakdown in water and implications for laser surgery

Author(s): Norbert Linz, Sebastian Freidank, Xiao-Xuan Liang, and Alfred VogelThe wavelength dependence of the threshold for femtosecond optical breakdown in water provides information on the interpla … - First-principles modeling of longitudinal spin fluctuations in itinerant electron antiferromagnets: High Néel temperature in the V_{3} Al alloy

Author(s): Sergii KhmelevskyiThe V_{3}Al alloy with DO_{3} crystal structure belongs to the family of the very few metallic materials that exhibit a magnetically ordered state with a high ordering tem … - Determination of nitrogen spin concentration in diamond using double electron-electron resonance

Author(s): Viktor Stepanov and Susumu TakahashiDiamond has been extensively investigated recently due to a wide range of potential applications of nitrogen-vacancy (NV) defect centers existing in a di … - Thickness-dependent cooperative aging in polycrystalline films of antiferromagnet CoO

Author(s): Tianyu Ma, Xiang Cheng, Stefan Boettcher, Sergei Urazhdin, and Lydia NovozhilovaWe demonstrate that thin polycrystalline films of antiferromagnet CoO, in bilayers with ferromagnetic Permall … - Reentrant dynamics of driven pancake vortices in layered superconductors

Author(s): H. J. Zhao, Wenjuan Wu, Wei Zhou, Z. X. Shi, V. R. Misko, and F. M. PeetersThe dynamics of driven pancake vortices in layered superconductors is studied using molecular-dynamics simulations … - Search for the ground-state electronic configurations of correlated organometallic metallocenes from constraint density functional theory

Author(s): Kenji Nawa, Yukie Kitaoka, Kohji Nakamura, Hiroshi Imamura, Toru Akiyama, Tomonori Ito, and M. WeinertThe ground-state electronic configurations of the correlated organometallic metallocene … - Topological Hopf-Chern insulators and the Hopf superconductor

Author(s): Ricardo KennedyWe introduce new three-dimensional (3D) topological phases of two-band models using the Pontryagin-Thom construction. In symmetry class A these are the infinitely many Hopf-C … - Oscillating Bloembergen-Rowland interaction in three-dimensional topological insulators

Author(s): V. I. LitvinovMagnetic impurities deposited on the surface of a thin film experience oscillating-in-space indirect exchange interaction even if the chemical potential is pinned to a middle … - Correlated electronic properties of some graphene nanoribbons: A DMRG study

Author(s): V. M. L. Durga Prasad Goli, Suryoday Prodhan, Sumit Mazumdar, and S. RamaseshaThe significant electron-electron interactions that characterize the π electrons of graphene nanoribbons (GNRs) … - Enhanced spin-polarization lifetimes in a two-dimensional electron gas in a gate-controlled GaAs quantum well

Author(s): Sergiu Anghel, Akshay Singh, Felix Passmann, Hikaru Iwata, John N. Moore, Go Yusa, Xiaoqin Li, and Markus BetzExciton, trion, and electron spin dynamics in a 20-nm-wide modulation-doped GaA … - Charge transfer and negative curvature energy in magnesium boride nanotubes

Author(s): Hui Tang and Sohrab Ismail-BeigiUsing first-principles calculations based on density functional theory, we study the energetics and charge transfer effects in MgB_{x} nanotubes and two-dime … - Simulating atomic force microscope images with density functional theory: The role of nonclassical contributions to the force

Author(s): Philipp Schaffhauser and Stephan KümmelAtomic force microscopy is one of the techniques that allows us to visualize objects that we cannot see directly. The question of what we actually see … - Magnetic Dirac fermions and Chern insulator supported on pristine silicon surface

Author(s): Huixia Fu, Zheng Liu, Chao Lian, Jin Zhang, Hui Li, Jia-Tao Sun, and Sheng MengEmergence of ferromagnetism in nonmagnetic semiconductors is strongly desirable, especially in topological mat … - Transport through a quantum spin Hall antidot as a spectroscopic probe of spin textures

Author(s): Alexia Rod, Giacomo Dolcetto, Stephan Rachel, and Thomas L. SchmidtWe investigate electron transport through an antidot embedded in a narrow strip of a two-dimensional topological insulator … - Tunneling into and between helical edge states: Fermionic approach

Author(s): D. N. Aristov and R. A. NiyazovWe study the four-terminal junction of spinless Luttinger liquid wires, which describes either a corner junction of two helical edge states of topological ins … - Raman spectroscopy of intercalated and misfit layer nanotubes

Author(s): Matthias Staiger, Vladimir Bačić, Roland Gillen, Gal Radovsky, Konstantin Gartsman, Reshef Tenne, Thomas Heine, Janina Maultzsch, and Christian ThomsenWe present Raman spectra of misfit lay … - Erratum: Optical and transport properties in three-dimensional Dirac and Weyl semimetals [Phys. Rev. B 93, 085426 (2016)]

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Author(s): Hiromasa Yanatori and Akihisa KogaWe investigate the SU(N) Hubbard model for the multicomponent fermionic optical lattice system, combining dynamical mean-field theory with the continuous-t … - Electrical control of the sign of the g factor in a GaAs hole quantum point contact

Author(s): A. Srinivasan, K. L. Hudson, D. Miserev, L. A. Yeoh, O. Klochan, K. Muraki, Y. Hirayama, O. P. Sushkov, and A. R. HamiltonZeeman splitting of one-dimensional hole subbands is investigated i …