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Author(s): Byungmin Kang, Andrew C. Potter, and Romain VasseurWe study the nonequilibrium properties of a nonergodic random quantum chain in which highly excited eigenstates exhibit critical propertie … - Low-dimensional magnetic properties of orthorhombic MnV_{2} O_{6} : A nonstandard structure stabilized at high pressure

Author(s): M. L. Hneda, J. B. M. da Cunha, M. A. Gusmão, S. R. Oliveira Neto, J. Rodríguez-Carvajal, and O. IsnardThis paper presents the physical properties of a nonstandard orthorhombic form of MnV_ … - Entanglement entropy of periodic sublattices

Author(s): Temple He, Javier M. Magán, and Stefan VandorenWe study the entanglement entropy (EE) of Gaussian systems on a lattice with periodic boundary conditions, both in the vacuum and at nonzero t … - Field theories for gauged symmetry-protected topological phases: Non-Abelian anyons with Abelian gauge group Z_{2}^{⊗3}

Author(s): Huan He, Yunqin Zheng, and Curt von KeyserlingkDijkgraaf-Witten (DW) theories are of recent interest to the condensed matter community, in part because they represent topological phases of … - Many-body localization in the presence of a small bath

Author(s): Katharine Hyatt, James R. Garrison, Andrew C. Potter, and Bela BauerIn the presence of strong disorder and weak interactions, closed quantum systems can enter a many-body localized phase wh … - Locating topological phase transitions using nonequilibrium signatures in local bulk observables

Author(s): Sthitadhi Roy, Roderich Moessner, and Arnab DasTopological quantum phases cannot be characterized by local order parameters in the bulk. In this work, however, we show that nonanalytic sign … - Symmetry enriched U(1) topological orders for dipole-octupole doublets on a pyrochlore lattice

Author(s): Yao-Dong Li and Gang ChenSymmetry plays a fundamental role in our understanding of both conventional symmetry breaking phases and the more exotic quantum and topological phases of matter. W … - Formation of spin droplet at ν=5/2 in an asymmetric quantum dot under quantum Hall conditions

Author(s): H. Atci and A. SiddikiIn this work, a quantum dot that is defined asymmetrically by electrostatic means induced on a GaAs/AlGaAs heterostructure is investigated to unravel the effect of geo … - Electron interactions, spin-orbit coupling, and intersite correlations in pyrochlore iridates

Author(s): Runzhi Wang, Ara Go, and Andrew J. MillisWe perform combined density functional and dynamical mean-field calculations to study the pyrochlore iridates Lu_{2}Ir_{2}O_{7}, Y_{2}Ir_{2}O_{7}, a … - Dissimilar anisotropy of electron versus hole bulk transport in anatase TiO_{2} : Implications for photocatalysis

Author(s): Donghun Kim, Byung Chul Yeo, Dongbin Shin, Heechae Choi, Seungchul Kim, Noejung Park, and Sang Soo HanRecent studies on crystal facet manipulation of anatase TiO_{2} in photocatalysis have … - Realizing type-II Weyl points in an optical lattice

Author(s): Kunal Shastri, Zhaoju Yang, and Baile ZhangThe recent discovery of the Lorentz symmetry-violating “type-II” Weyl semimetal phase has renewed interest in the study of Weyl physics in condens … - Entanglement entropy and massless phase in the antiferromagnetic three-state quantum chiral clock model

Author(s): Yan-Wei Dai, Sam Young Cho, Murray T. Batchelor, and Huan-Qiang ZhouThe von Neumann entanglement entropy is used to estimate the critical point h_{c}/J≃0.143(3) of the mixed ferro-antiferro … - Numerical study of magnetization plateaus in the spin-1/2 Heisenberg antiferromagnet on the checkerboard lattice

Author(s): Sylvain CapponiWe present numerical evidence that the spin-1/2 Heisenberg model on the two-dimensional checkerboard lattice exhibits several magnetization plateaus for m=0, 1/4, 1/2, and 3/ … - Goos-Hänchen shift of a spin-wave beam transmitted through anisotropic interface between two ferromagnets

Author(s): P. Gruszecki, M. Mailyan, O. Gorobets, and M. KrawczykThe main object of investigation in magnonics, spin waves (SWs) are promising information carriers. Presently, the most commonly studie … - Pressure-stabilized hafnium nitrides and their properties

Author(s): Jin Zhang, Artem R. Oganov, Xinfeng Li, and Haiyang NiuWe report hafnium nitrides under pressure using first-principles evolutionary calculations. Metallic P6_{3}/mmc-HfN (calculated Vicker … - Suppression of magnetic excitations near the surface of the topological Kondo insulator SmB_{6}

Author(s): P. K. Biswas, M. Legner, G. Balakrishnan, M. Ciomaga Hatnean, M. R. Lees, D. McK. Paul, E. Pomjakushina, T. Prokscha, A. Suter, T. Neupert, and Z. SalmanWe present a detailed investigation … - Unusual magnetic excitations in the weakly ordered spin-1/2 chain antiferromagnet Sr_{2} CuO_{3} : Possible evidence for Goldstone magnon coupled with the amplitude mode

Author(s): E. G. Sergeicheva, S. S. Sosin, L. A. Prozorova, G. D. Gu, and I. A. ZaliznyakWe report on an electron spin resonance (ESR) study of a nearly one-dimensional (1D) spin-1/2 chain antiferroma … - Origin of nonsaturating linear magnetoresistivity

Author(s): Ferdinand Kisslinger, Christian Ott, and Heiko B. WeberThe observation of nonsaturating classical linear magnetoresistivity has been an enigmatic phenomenon in solid-state physics. We prese … - Magnetic anisotropy and conical phase transition in monoaxial chiral magnets

Author(s): Yusuke Masaki and R. L. StampsMagnetic anisotropies in chiral spin systems can affect dramatically the allowed stable magnetic configurations. Using a Green's function approach, we exa … - Superconductivity on a quasiperiodic lattice: Extended-to-localized crossover of Cooper pairs

Author(s): Shiro Sakai, Nayuta Takemori, Akihisa Koga, and Ryotaro AritaWe study a possible superconductivity in quasiperiodic systems by portraying the issue within the attractive Hubbard model on a … - Intertube effects on one-dimensional correlated state of metallic single-wall carbon nanotubes probed by ^{13} C NMR

Author(s): Noboru Serita, Yusuke Nakai, Kazuyuki Matsuda, Kazuhiro Yanagi, Yasumitsu Miyata, Takeshi Saito, and Yutaka ManiwaDue to the one-dimensional nature of single-wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs), … - Generic construction of efficient matrix product operators

Author(s): C. Hubig, I. P. McCulloch, and U. SchollwöckMatrix product operators (MPOs) are at the heart of the second-generation density matrix renormalization group (DMRG) algorithm formulated in mat … - Intrinsic coherent acoustic phonons in the indirect band gap semiconductors Si and GaP

Author(s): Kunie Ishioka, Avinash Rustagi, Ulrich Höfer, Hrvoje Petek, and Christopher J. StantonWe report on the intrinsic optical generation and detection of coherent acoustic phonons at (001)-orien … - Homogeneous versus composite Cd_{1−x−y} Mn_{x} Zn_{y} SnAs_{2} crystals: Magnetic interactions and transport properties

Author(s): L. Kilanski, P. Skupiński, S. Lewińska, E. Dynowska, A. Reszka, K. Grasza, R. Szymczak, A. Ślawska-Waniewska, M. Górska, B. J. Kowalski, and W. DobrowolskiWe present the studies of structur … - Electron spin-flip correlations due to nuclear dynamics in driven GaAs double dots

Author(s): Arijeet Pal, John M. Nichol, Michael D. Shulman, Shannon P. Harvey, Vladimir Umansky, Emmanuel I. Rashba, Amir Yacoby, and Bertrand I. HalperinWe present experimental data and associated th … - Anomalous Fraunhofer interference in epitaxial superconductor-semiconductor Josephson junctions

Author(s): H. J. Suominen, J. Danon, M. Kjaergaard, K. Flensberg, J. Shabani, C. J. Palmstrøm, F. Nichele, and C. M. MarcusFraunhofer interference is a paradigmatic phenomena arising due to phase cohe … - Plasmonic shock waves and solitons in a nanoring

Author(s): K. L. Koshelev, V. Yu. Kachorovskii, M. Titov, and M. S. ShurWe apply the hydrodynamic theory of electron liquid to demonstrate that a circularly polarized radiation induces the diamagnetic … - Electronic excitations in γ−Li_{2} IrO_{3}

Author(s): Ying Li, Stephen M. Winter, Harald O. Jeschke, and Roser ValentíWe investigate the electronic properties of the three-dimensional stripyhoneycomb γ−Li_{2}IrO_{3} via relativistic density fu … - Dual-fermion approach to the Anderson-Hubbard model

Author(s): P. Haase, S.-X. Yang, T. Pruschke, J. Moreno, and M. JarrellWe apply the recently developed dual-fermion algorithm for disordered interacting systems to the Anderson-Hubbard model. This alg … - Magnetic order-disorder transitions on a one-third-depleted square lattice

Author(s): H.-M. Guo, T. Mendes-Santos, W. E. Pickett, and R. T. ScalettarQuantum Monte Carlo simulations are used to study the magnetic and transport properties of the Hubbard model, and its strong c … - Energy-dependent relaxation time in quaternary amorphous oxide semiconductors probed by gated Hall effect measurements

Author(s): Josephine Socratous, Shun Watanabe, Kulbinder K. Banger, Christopher N. Warwick, Rita Branquinho, Pedro Barquinha, Rodrigo Martins, Elvira Fortunato, and Henning SirringhausDespite the succ … - Population dynamics and dephasing of excitons and electron-hole pairs in polytype wurtzite/zinc-blende InP nanowires

Author(s): H. P. Wagner, M. Kaveh, Q. Gao, H. Tan, C. Jagadish, and W. LangbeinWe investigated the dephasing and population dynamics of electron-hole (e-h) pairs and excitons in vapor-liquid-solid gro … - Quantum and tunneling capacitance in charge and spin qubits

Author(s): R. Mizuta, R. M. Otxoa, A. C. Betz, and M. F. Gonzalez-ZalbaWe present a theoretical analysis of the capacitance of a double quantum dot in the charge and spin qubit configurations probed a … - Relaxation of charge in monolayer graphene: Fast nonlinear diffusion versus Coulomb effects

Author(s): Eugene B. Kolomeisky and Joseph P. StraleyPristine monolayer graphene exhibits very poor screening because the density of states vanishes at the Dirac point. As a result, charge relaxation … - Spatially indirect exciton condensate phases in double bilayer graphene

Author(s): Jung-Jung Su and Allan H. MacDonaldWe present a theory of spatially indirect exciton condensate states in systems composed of a pair of electrically isolated Bernal graphene bilayers. The g … - Strain effects on the behavior of isolated and paired sulfur vacancy defects in monolayer MoS_{2}

Author(s): Mehmet Gokhan Sensoy, Dmitry Vinichenko, Wei Chen, Cynthia M. Friend, and Efthimios KaxirasWe investigate the behavior of sulfur vacancy defects, the most abundant type of intrinsic defect … - Angular dependence of electron spin resonance for detecting the quadrupolar liquid state of frustrated spin chains

Author(s): Shunsuke C. FuruyaSpin nematic phase is a phase of frustrated quantum magnets with a quadrupolar order of electron spins. Since the spin nematic order is usually masked in experimentally ac … - Origin of the large positive magnetoresistance of Ge_{1−x} Mn_{x} granular thin films

Author(s): Yuki K. Wakabayashi, Ryota Akiyama, Yukiharu Takeda, Masafumi Horio, Goro Shibata, Shoya Sakamoto, Yoshisuke Ban, Yuji Saitoh, Hiroshi Yamagami, Atsushi Fujimori, Masaaki Tanaka, and Shinob … - Magnon nodal-line semimetals and drumhead surface states in anisotropic pyrochlore ferromagnets

Author(s): Alexander Mook, Jürgen Henk, and Ingrid MertigWe introduce a type of topological magnon matter: the magnonic pendant to electronic nodal-line semimetals. Magnon spectra of anisotropic pyroc … - Phase stability and large in-plane resistivity anisotropy in the 112-type iron-based superconductor Ca_{1−x} La_{x} FeAs_{2}

Author(s): Chang-Jong Kang, Turan Birol, and Gabriel KotliarThe recently discovered high-T_{c} superconductor Ca_{1−x}La_{x}FeAs_{2} is a unique compound not only because of its low-symmetry crystal s … - Electron-phonon coupling and pairing mechanism in β−Bi_{2} Pd centrosymmetric superconductor

Author(s): Jing-Jing Zheng and E. R. MargineWe report first-principles calculations of the superconducting properties of β−Bi_{2}Pd within the fully anisotropic Migdal-Eliashberg formalism. We find a … - Nonperturbative functional renormalization-group approach to transport in the vicinity of a (2+1)-dimensional O(N)-symmetric quantum critical point

Author(s): F. Rose and N. DupuisUsing a nonperturbative functional renormalization-group approach to the two-dimensional quantum O(N) model, we compute the low-frequency limit ω→0 of the zero-temperat … - Magnetoresistive detection of strongly pinned uncompensated magnetization in antiferromagnetic FeMn

Author(s): Pavel N. Lapa, Igor V. Roshchin, Junjia Ding, John. E. Pearson, Valentine Novosad, J. S. Jiang, and Axel HoffmannWe observed and studied pinned uncompensated magnetization in an antiferroma … - Decoherence and interferometric sensitivity of boson sampling in superconducting resonator networks

Author(s): Samuel Goldstein, Simcha Korenblit, Ydan Bendor, Hao You, Michael R. Geller, and Nadav KatzMultiple bosons undergoing coherent evolution in a coupled network of sites constitute a so-called … - Dynamical control of electron-phonon interactions with high-frequency light

Author(s): C. Dutreix and M. I. KatsnelsonThis work addresses the one-dimensional problem of Bloch electrons when they are rapidly driven by a homogeneous time-periodic light and linearly coupled to v … - Antiferromagnetism with divalent Eu in EuNi_{5} As_{3}

Author(s): W. B. Jiang, M. Smidman, W. Xie, J. Y. Liu, J. M. Lee, J. M. Chen, S. C. Ho, H. Ishii, K. D. Tsuei, C. Y. Guo, Y. J. Zhang, Hanoh Lee, and H. Q. YuanWe have successfully synthesized single … - Energy repartition in the nonequilibrium steady state

Author(s): Peng Yan, Gerrit E. W. Bauer, and Huaiwu ZhangThe concept of temperature in nonequilibrium thermodynamics is an outstanding theoretical issue. We propose an energy repartition principle tha … - Nodal lines and nodal loops in nonsymmorphic odd-parity superconductors

Author(s): T. Micklitz and M. R. NormanWe discuss the nodal structure of odd-parity superconductors in the presence of nonsymmorphic crystal symmetries, both with and without spin-orbit coupling, and … - Nonperturbative emergence of the Dirac fermion in a strongly correlated composite Fermi liquid

Author(s): Yibin Yang, Xi Luo, and Yue YuThe classic composite fermion field theory [B. I. Halperin, P. A. Lee, and N. Read, Phys. Rev. B 47, 7312 (1993)] builds up an excellent framework to uniformly … - Quantum critical properties of a metallic spin-density-wave transition

Author(s): Max H. Gerlach, Yoni Schattner, Erez Berg, and Simon TrebstWe report on numerically exact determinantal quantum Monte Carlo simulations of the onset of spin-density-wave (SDW) order in itin … - Excitons in van der Waals materials: From monolayer to bulk hexagonal boron nitride

Author(s): Jaakko Koskelo, Giorgia Fugallo, Mikko Hakala, Matteo Gatti, Francesco Sottile, and Pierluigi CudazzoWe present a general picture of the exciton properties of layered materials in terms of … - General theory for calculating disorder-averaged Green's function correlators within the coherent potential approximation

Author(s): Chenyi Zhou and Hong GuoWe report a diagrammatic method to solve the general problem of calculating configurationally averaged Green's function correlators that appear in quantum trans … - Anisotropic multicarrier transport at the (111) LaAlO_{3} /SrTiO_{3} interface

Author(s): S. Davis, V. Chandrasekhar, Z. Huang, K. Han, Ariando, and T. VenkatesanThe conducting gas that forms at the interface between LaAlO_{3} and SrTiO_{3} has proven to be a fertile playground … - Suppressing the spin relaxation of electrons in silicon

Author(s): Oleg Chalaev, Yang Song, and Hanan DeryUniaxial compressive strain along the [001] direction strongly suppresses the spin relaxation in silicon. When the strain level is large enough so tha … - Light-hole exciton in a nanowire quantum dot

Author(s): Mathieu Jeannin, Alberto Artioli, Pamela Rueda-Fonseca, Edith Bellet-Amalric, Kuntheak Kheng, Régis André, Serge Tatarenko, Joël Cibert, David Ferrand, and Gilles NoguesQuantum dots are pro … - Theory of plasmonic effects in nonlinear optics: The case of graphene

Author(s): Habib Rostami, Mikhail I. Katsnelson, and Marco PoliniWe develop a microscopic large-N theory of electron-electron interaction corrections to multilegged Feynman diagrams describing second- … - Many-body theory of trion absorption features in two-dimensional semiconductors

Author(s): Dmitry K. Efimkin and Allan H. MacDonaldMonolayer two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenide (TMDCs) exhibit exceptionally strong spin-orbit and electron-electron interaction effects a … - Publisher's Note: Interpenetrating graphene networks: Three-dimensional node-line semimetals with massive negative linear compressibilities [Phys. Rev. B 94, 245422 (2016)]

Author(s): Yangzheng Lin, Zhisheng Zhao, Timothy A. Strobel, and R. E. Cohen[Phys. Rev. B 95, 039903] Published Tue Jan 17, 2017 - Enhanced photoelectric detection of NV magnetic resonances in diamond under dual-beam excitation

Author(s): E. Bourgeois, E. Londero, K. Buczak, J. Hruby, M. Gulka, Y. Balasubramaniam, G. Wachter, J. Stursa, K. Dobes, F. Aumayr, M. Trupke, A. Gali, and M. NesladekThe core issue for the implementa … - Many-body theory of magnetoelasticity in one dimension

Author(s): O. Tsyplyatyev, P. Kopietz, Y. Tsui, B. Wolf, P. T. Cong, N. van Well, F. Ritter, C. Krellner, W. Aßmus, and M. LangWe construct a many-body theory of magnetoelasticity in one dimension and … - Many-body localization in infinite chains

Author(s): T. Enss, F. Andraschko, and J. SirkerWe investigate the phase transition between an ergodic and a many-body localized phase in infinite anisotropic spin-1/2 Heisenberg chains with binary di … - Weak-coupling analysis of quasiparticle excitations in Sr_{2} RuO_{4} along the Γ−M cut

Author(s): J. J. Deisz and T. E. KiddWe examine normal-state quasiparticle excitations along the Γ−M cut in momentum space for the putative p-wave superconductor Sr_{2}RuO_{4} on the basis of fluctuat … - Ambipolar surface state transport in nonmetallic stoichiometric Bi_{2} Se_{3} crystals

Author(s): Paul Syers and Johnpierre PaglioneAchieving true bulk insulating behavior in Bi_{2}Se_{3}, the archetypal topological insulator with a simplistic one-band electronic structure and sizable b … - Configurable Dirac-like conical dispersions in complex photonic crystals

Author(s): Changqing Xu and Yun LaiWe investigate Dirac-like conical dispersions in photonic crystals with complex unit cells. Comparing with photonic crystals with simple unit cells, the complex-unit … - Spinon and bound-state excitation light cones in Heisenberg XXZ chains

Author(s): A. L. de Paula, Jr., H. Bragança, R. G. Pereira, R. C. Drumond, and M. C. O. AguiarWe investigate the out-of-equilibrium dynamics after a local quench that connects two spin-1/2 XXZ chains … - Fast and accurate approximate quasiparticle band structure calculations of ZnO, CdO, and MgO polymorphs

Author(s): C. A. Ataide, R. R. Pelá, M. Marques, L. K. Teles, J. Furthmüller, and F. BechstedtWe investigate ZnO, CdO, and MgO oxides crystallizing in rocksalt, wurtzite, and zincblende structures. Wh … - Reduction of Z classification of a two-dimensional weak topological insulator: Real-space dynamical mean-field theory study

Author(s): Tsuneya Yoshida and Norio KawakamiOne of the remarkable interaction effects on topological insulators is the reduction of topological classification in free-fermion systems. We address this … - Quasi-two-dimensional massless Dirac fermions in CaMnSb_{2}

Author(s): J. B. He, Y. Fu, L. X. Zhao, H. Liang, D. Chen, Y. M. Leng, X. M. Wang, J. Li, S. Zhang, M. Q. Xue, C. H. Li, P. Zhang, Z. A. Ren, and G. F. ChenWe report a study of the magnetic and magnet … - Electron spin coherence of silicon vacancies in proton-irradiated 4H-SiC

Author(s): J. S. Embley, J. S. Colton, K. G. Miller, M. A. Morris, M. Meehan, S. L. Crossen, B. D. Weaver, E. R. Glaser, and S. G. CarterWe report T_{2} spin coherence times for electronic states loca … - Overtones of interlayer shear modes in the phonon-assisted emission spectrum of hexagonal boron nitride

Author(s): T. Q. P. Vuong, G. Cassabois, P. Valvin, V. Jacques, R. Cuscó, L. Artús, and B. GilWe address the intrinsic optical properties of hexagonal boron nitride in deep ultraviolet. We show that t … - Mesoscopic fluctuations in biharmonically driven flux qubits

Author(s): Alejandro Ferrón, Daniel Domínguez, and María José SánchezWe investigate flux qubits driven by a biharmonic magnetic signal, with a phase lag that acts as an effective time reversal broken … - Spin-orbit coupling in quasi-one-dimensional Wigner crystals

Author(s): Viktoriia Kornich, Christopher J. Pedder, and Thomas L. SchmidtWe study the effect of Rashba spin-orbit coupling (SOC) on the charge and spin degrees of freedom of a quasi-one-dimensional ( … - Effects of interactions on periodically driven dynamically localized systems

Author(s): Adhip Agarwala and Diptiman SenIt is known that there are lattice models in which noninteracting particles get dynamically localized when periodic δ-function kicks are applied with a partic … - Topological order, symmetry, and Hall response of two-dimensional spin-singlet superconductors

Author(s): Sergej Moroz, Abhinav Prem, Victor Gurarie, and Leo RadzihovskyThe interplay between symmetry and topology is one of the most exciting avenues of modern condensed matter research. Here, the … - Large-scale normal fluid circulation in helium superflows

Author(s): Luca Galantucci, Michele Sciacca, and Carlo F. BarenghiWe perform fully coupled numerical simulations of helium II pure superflows in a channel, with vortex-line density typical of experime … - Skyrmionic configuration and half-quantum vortex-antivortex pair in mesoscopic p-wave superconducting noncircular systems

Author(s): Guo-Qiao ZhaIn the framework of the microscopic Bogoliubov-de Gennes theory, we study the topological properties of skyrmionic states under applied magnetic flux in mesoscopic symmetric and … - Elastic anharmonicity of bcc Fe and Fe-based random alloys from first-principles calculations

Author(s): Xiaoqing Li, Stephan Schönecker, Jijun Zhao, Levente Vitos, and Börje JohanssonWe systematically investigate elastic anharmonic behavior in ferromagnetic body-centered cubic (bcc) Fe and Fe … - Enhanced electron-phonon coupling in graphene with periodically distorted lattice

Author(s): E. Pomarico, M. Mitrano, H. Bromberger, M. A. Sentef, A. Al-Temimy, C. Coletti, A. Stöhr, S. Link, U. Starke, C. Cacho, R. Chapman, E. Springate, A. Cavalleri, and I. GierzElectron-phonon c … - Mode decomposition based on crystallographic symmetry in the band-unfolding method

Author(s): Yuji Ikeda, Abel Carreras, Atsuto Seko, Atsushi Togo, and Isao TanakaThe band-unfolding method is now widely used to calculate the effective band structures of a disordered system from its … - Thermodynamics and renormalized quasiparticles in the vicinity of the dilute Bose gas quantum critical point in two dimensions

Author(s): Jan Krieg, Dominik Strassel, Simon Streib, Sebastian Eggert, and Peter KopietzWe use the functional renormalization group (FRG) to derive analytical expressions for thermodynamic observable … - Tailoring magnetic energies to form dipole skyrmions and skyrmion lattices

Author(s): S. A. Montoya, S. Couture, J. J. Chess, J. C. T. Lee, N. Kent, D. Henze, S. K. Sinha, M.-Y. Im, S. D. Kevan, P. Fischer, B. J. McMorran, V. Lomakin, S. Roy, and E. E. FullertonThe interesti … - Universal properties of high-temperature superconductors from real-space pairing: t−J−U model and its quantitative comparison with experiment

Author(s): Józef Spałek, Michał Zegrodnik, and Jan KaczmarczykSelected universal experimental properties of high-temperature superconducting (HTS) cuprates have been singled out in the last decade. On … - Effect of interlayer processes on the superconducting state within the t−J−U model: Full Gutzwiller wave-function solution and relation to experiment

Author(s): Michał Zegrodnik and Józef SpałekThe Gutzwiller wave-function solution of the t−J−U model is considered for the bilayer high-T_{C} superconductor by using the so-called diagrammatic expansi … - Full counting statistics in the Haldane-Shastry chain

Author(s): Jean-Marie Stéphan and Frank PollmannWe present analytical and numerical results regarding the magnetization full counting statistics (FCS) of a subsystem in the ground state of the Haldane … - Exact ensemble density functional theory for excited states in a model system: Investigating the weight dependence of the correlation energy

Author(s): Killian Deur, Laurent Mazouin, and Emmanuel FromagerEnsemble density functional theory (eDFT) is an exact time-independent alternative to time-dependent DFT (TD-DFT) for the calculation of … - Strong parameter renormalization from optimum lattice model orbitals

Author(s): Valentina Brosco, Zu-Jian Ying, and José LorenzanaWhich is the best single-particle basis to express a Hubbard-like lattice model? A rigorous variational answer to this question leads to eq … - Functional renormalization group approach for inhomogeneous one-dimensional Fermi systems with finite-ranged interactions

Author(s): Lukas Weidinger, Florian Bauer, and Jan von DelftWe introduce an equilibrium formulation of the functional renormalization group (fRG) for inhomogeneous systems capable of dealing with spat … - Optical investigation of electrical spin injection into an inverted two-dimensional electron gas structure

Author(s): M. Buchner, T. Kuczmik, M. Oltscher, M. Ciorga, T. Korn, J. Loher, D. Schuh, C. Schüller, D. Bougeard, D. Weiss, and C. H. BackWe report on electrical spin injection from (Ga,Mn)As into a h … - Conductance fluctuations and disorder induced ν=0 quantum Hall plateau in topological insulator nanowires

Author(s): Emmanouil Xypakis and Jens H. BardarsonClean topological insulators exposed to a magnetic field develop Landau levels accompanied by a nonzero Hall conductivity for the infinite slab geomet … - Photocurrents in Weyl semimetals

Author(s): Ching-Kit Chan, Netanel H. Lindner, Gil Refael, and Patrick A. LeeThe discovery of topological matter should be an opportunity for revolutionizing electronic devices. Nevertheless, for all … - Algorithms for tensor network renormalization

Author(s): G. EvenblyWe discuss in detail algorithms for implementing tensor network renormalization (TNR) for the study of classical statistical and quantum many-body systems. First, we recall establ … - Particle-vortex symmetric liquid

Author(s): Michael MulliganWe introduce an effective theory with manifest particle-vortex symmetry for disordered thin films undergoing a magnetic field-tuned superconductor-insulator transition. The … - Single-electron gap in the spectrum of twisted bilayer graphene

Author(s): A. V. Rozhkov, A. O. Sboychakov, A. L. Rakhmanov, and Franco NoriWe investigate the gap in the single-electron spectrum of twisted bilayer graphene. In a perfect infinite lattice of a twist … - Influence of nonmagnetic impurity scattering on spin dynamics in diluted magnetic semiconductors

Author(s): M. Cygorek, F. Ungar, P. I. Tamborenea, and V. M. AxtThe doping of semiconductors with magnetic impurities gives rise not only to a spin-spin interaction between quasifree carriers and magn … - Photoinduced giant magnetic polarons in EuTe

Author(s): A. B. Henriques, A. R. Naupa, P. A. Usachev, V. V. Pavlov, P. H. O. Rappl, and E. AbramofPhotoinduced magnetic polarons in EuTe, with a magnetic moment of several hundred Bohr magnetons, we … - Device for acoustic pulse echo experiments in the subterahertz range

Author(s): R. Legrand, A. Huynh, S. Vincent, B. Perrin, and A. LemaîtreWe present experimental results on the light-to-sound transduction by a superlattice embedded in an optical microcavity, using pi … - Three-dimensional critical phase diagram of the Ising antiferromagnet CeRh_{2} Si_{2} under intense magnetic field and pressure

Author(s): W. Knafo, R. Settai, D. Braithwaite, S. Kurahashi, D. Aoki, and J. FlouquetUsing novel instrumentation to combine extreme conditions of intense pulsed magnetic field up to 60 T and high pre … - Shapiro spikes and negative mobility for skyrmion motion on quasi-one-dimensional periodic substrates

Author(s): C. Reichhardt and C. J. Olson ReichhardtUsing a simple numerical model of skyrmions in a two-dimensional system interacting with a quasi-one-dimensional periodic substrate under combined dc … - Efficient spin transport through polyaniline

Author(s): J. B. S. Mendes, O. Alves Santos, J. P. Gomes, H. S. Assis, J. F. Felix, R. L. Rodríguez-Suárez, S. M. Rezende, and A. AzevedoBy using the spin pumping process, we show that it is possible … - Tricritical point of the f-electron antiferromagnet USb_{2} driven by high magnetic fields

Author(s): R. L. Stillwell, I-L. Liu, N. Harrison, M. Jaime, J. R. Jeffries, and N. P. ButchIn pulsed magnetic fields up to 65 T and at temperatures below the Néel transition, our magnetization and ma …