- Phonon softening in paramagnetic bcc Fe and its relationship to the pressure-induced phase transition

Author(s): Yuji Ikeda, Atsuto Seko, Atsushi Togo, and Isao TanakaThe structural stability of paramagnetic (PM) body-centered-cubic (bcc) Fe under pressure is investigated based on first-principles pho … - Discovery of metastable states in a finite-size classical one-dimensional planar spin chain with competing nearest- and next-nearest-neighbor exchange couplings

Author(s): Alexander P. Popov, Angelo Rettori, and Maria Gloria PiniA theoretical method recently developed is used to find all possible equilibrium magnetic states of a finite-size classical one-dime … - Microscopic origin of nonlinear nonaffine deformation in bulk metallic glasses

Author(s): A. Zaccone, P. Schall, and E. M. TerentjevThe atomic theory of elasticity of amorphous solids, based on the nonaffine response formalism, is extended into the nonlinear stress-strain regime … - Multiglass properties and magnetoelectric coupling in the uniaxial anisotropic spin-cluster-glass Fe2TiO5

Author(s): Shivani Sharma, Tathamay Basu, Aga Shahee, K. Singh, N. P. Lalla, and E. V. SampathkumaranThe compound Fe2TiO5 (FTO) is a well-known uniaxial anisotropic spin-glass insulator with two succe … - Magnetization reversal mechanism of ramified and compact Co islands on Pt(111)

Author(s): A. Cavallin, F. D. Natterer, S. Ouazi, G. Moulas, A. Lehnert, S. Rusponi, and H. BruneWe report on the magnetization reversal mechanism of Co islands on Pt(111) as a function of their size … - Scaling ansatz for the ac magnetic response in two-dimensional spin ice

Author(s): Hiromi Otsuka, Hiroshi Takatsu, Kazuki Goto, and Hiroaki KadowakiA theory for frequency-dependent magnetic susceptibility χ(ω) is developed for thermally activated magnetic monopoles in a t … - Importance of anisotropic exchange interactions in honeycomb iridates: Minimal model for zigzag antiferromagnetic order in Na2IrO3

Author(s): Yuriy Sizyuk, Craig Price, Peter Wölfle, and Natalia B. PerkinsIn this work, we investigate the microscopic nature of the magnetism in honeycomb iridium-based systems by performing a system … - Dynamics of tunneling into nonequilibrium edge states

Author(s): Benjamin M. Fregoso, Jan P. Dahlhaus, and Joel E. MooreTime-dependent perturbations can drive a trivial two-dimensional band insulator into a quantum-Hall-like phase, with protected nonequi … - Renormalization group analysis of thermal transport in the disordered Fermi liquid

Author(s): G. Schwiete and A. M. Finkel'steinWe present a detailed study of thermal transport in the disordered Fermi liquid with short-range interactions. At temperatures smaller than the impuri … - Stopping electrons with radio-frequency pulses in the quantum Hall regime

Author(s): Benoit Gaury, Joseph Weston, and Xavier WaintalMost of the functionality of modern electronic circuits relies on the possibility to modify the path followed by the electrons using, e.g., fi … - Dynamics of electrically polarized magnetic monopoles in spin ice

Author(s): Aranyak Sarkar and Soumik MukhopadhyayWe propose a simple mechanism through which elementary excitations in spin ice, namely, magnetic monopoles, lead to spontaneous macroscopic electric po … - Electronic structure, cohesive properties, and magnetism of SrRuO3

Author(s): Oscar Grånäs, Igor Di Marco, Olle Eriksson, Lars Nordström, and Corina EtzWe have performed an extensive test of the ability of density functional theory within several approximations for t … - Geometric and compositional influences on spin-orbit induced circulating currents in nanostructures

Author(s): J. van Bree, A. Yu. Silov, P. M. Koenraad, and M. E. FlattéCirculating orbital currents, originating from the spin-orbit interaction, are calculated for semiconductor nanostructures in the … - Cooperative biexciton generation and destructive interference in coupled quantum dots using adiabatic rapid passage

Author(s): Nicolas Renaud and Ferdinand C. GrozemaWe report numerical simulations of biexciton generation in coupled quantum dots (CQDs) placed in a static electric field and excited by a chirped lase … - Influence of edge and field effects on topological states of germanene nanoribbons from self-consistent calculations

Author(s): Lars Matthes and Friedhelm BechstedtWe investigate the edge states of real group IV honeycomb crystals by means of ab initio methods. We fully take spin-orbit coupling into account. Thereby … - Electronic structure and magnetic properties of cobalt intercalated in graphene on Ir(111)

Author(s): H. Vita, St. Böttcher, P. Leicht, K. Horn, A. B. Shick, and F. MácaUsing a combination of photoemission and x-ray magnetic circular dichroism (XMCD), we characterize the growth and the elec … - Positive sound dispersion in vitreous GeO2 at high pressure

Author(s): F. Bencivenga and D. AntonangeliWe determined the density fluctuations spectrum [S(Q,ω)] of vitreous and polycrystalline GeO2 by inelastic x-ray scattering in the wave vector (Q) range betw … - Lieb-Mattis ferrimagnetic superstructure and superparamagnetism in Fe-based double perovskite multiferroics

Author(s): R. O. Kuzian, V. V. Laguta, and J. RichterWe show an explicit mechanism of large superspin formation in double perovskites PbFe1/2M1/2O3 (M=Nb, Ta, and Sb). First, we demonstrate that antif … - Unconventional magnetic order in the frustrated diamond-lattice antiferromagnet CoAl2O4 studied by neutron diffraction and classical Monte Carlo simulation

Author(s): O. Zaharko, S. Tóth, O. Sendetskyi, A. Cervellino, A. Wolter-Giraud, T. Dey, A. Maljuk, and V. TsurkanCoAl2O4 spinel with magnetic Co2+ ions on the diamond lattice is known to be magnetical … - Microscopic evidence for magnetic-phase coexistence in the intermetallic compound Nd7Rh3

Author(s): S. Rayaprol, V. Siruguri, A. Hoser, C. Ritter, and E. V. SampathkumaranThe intermetallic compound Nd7Rh3, which shows two magnetic transitions, one at 32 K and another around 16 K, has been … - Strong enhancement of bulk superconductivity by engineered nanogranularity

Author(s): J. Mayoh and A. M. García-GarcíaIt is now well established, both theoretically and experimentally, that very small changes in the size of isolated nanograins lead to substantial nonmonotoni … - Controllable generation of a spin-triplet supercurrent in a Josephson spin valve

Author(s): Adrian Iovan, Taras Golod, and Vladimir M. KrasnovIt has been predicted theoretically that an unconventional odd-frequency spin-triplet component of a superconducting order parameter can be … - Dispersive qubit measurement by interferometry with parametric amplifiers

Author(s): Sh. Barzanjeh, D. P. DiVincenzo, and B. M. TerhalWe perform a detailed analysis of how an amplified interferometer can be used to enhance the quality of a dispersive qubit measurement, such … - Enhancing near-field heat transfer in composite media: Effects of the percolation transition

Author(s): W. J. M. Kort-Kamp, P. I. Caneda, F. S. S. Rosa, and F. A. PinheiroWe investigate the near-field heat transfer between a semi-infinite medium and a nanoparticle made of composite materials. … - Electronic structure and mechanical properties of ternary ZrTaN alloys studied by ab initio calculations and thin-film growth experiments

Author(s): G. Abadias, M. B. Kanoun, S. Goumri-Said, L. Koutsokeras, S. N. Dub, and Ph. DjemiaThe structure, phase stability, and mechanical properties of ternary alloys of the Zr-Ta-N system are inve … - Partial long-range order in antiferromagnetic Potts models

Author(s): M. P. Qin, Q. N. Chen, Z. Y. Xie, J. Chen, J. F. Yu, H. H. Zhao, B. Normand, and T. XiangThe Potts model plays an essential role in classical statistical mechanics, illustrating many fundam … - Pressure dependence on the remanent magnetization of Fe-Ni alloys and Ni metal

Author(s): Qingguo Wei, Stuart Alan Gilder, and Bernd MaierWe measured the acquisition of magnetic remanence of iron-nickel alloys (Fe64Ni36, Fe58Ni42, and Fe50Ni50) and pure Ni under pressures up to … - Nonlocality in homogeneous superfluid turbulence

Author(s): O. M. Dix and R. J. ZieveSimulating superfluid turbulence using the localized induction approximation allows neighboring parallel vortices to proliferate. In many circumstances a turbulent … - Lifshitz and other transitions in alkaline-earth 122 pnictides under pressure

Author(s): Khandker Quader and Michael WidomWe carry out T=0 first-principles total energy calculations in the entire set of alkaline 122-pnictides (AFe2As2; A = alkaline-earth element Ca, Sr, Ba, Ra) … - Nematic-driven anisotropic electronic properties of underdoped detwinned Ba(Fe1−xCox)2As2 revealed by optical spectroscopy

Author(s): C. Mirri, A. Dusza, S. Bastelberger, J.-H. Chu, H.-H. Kuo, I. R. Fisher, and L. DegiorgiWe collect optical reflectivity data as a function of temperature across the structural tetragonal-to … - Surface theory of a family of topological Kondo insulators

Author(s): Bitan Roy, Jay D. Sau, Maxim Dzero, and Victor GalitskiA low-energy theory for the helical metallic states, residing on the surface of cubic topological Kondo insulators, is derived. Despit … - Transmission phase of an electron in a quantum point contact

Author(s): B. G. C. Lackenby and O. P. SushkovHere we calculate the electron transmission phase through a quantum point contact (QPC). The QPC is considered in the saddle-point approximation in the si … - Unified understanding of the electron-phonon coupling strength for nanocarbon allotropes

Author(s): Shota Ono, Yasunori Toda, and Jun OnoeThe electron-phonon coupling constant (λ) of carbon nanotubes (λ=0.006) is much smaller than that of alkali-metal-doped C60 crystals (λ=0.6). This diff … - Long-distance radiative coupling between quantum dots in photonic crystal dimers

Author(s): J. P. Vasco, P. S. S. Guimarães, and D. GeraceWe study the mutual interaction between two identical quantum dots coupled to the normal modes of two-site photonic crystal molecules in a plan … - Strongly interacting holes in Ge/Si nanowires

Author(s): Franziska Maier, Tobias Meng, and Daniel LossWe consider holes confined to Ge/Si core/shell nanowires subject to strong Rashba spin-orbit interaction and screened Coulomb interaction. Such … - On-demand maximally entangled states with a parity meter and continuous feedback

Author(s): Clemens Meyer zu Rheda, Géraldine Haack, and Alessandro RomitoGenerating on-demand maximally entangled states is one of the cornerstones for quantum information processing. Parity measureme … - Effects of interaction on field-induced resonances in a confined Fermi liquid

Author(s): A. Iqbal and M. KhodasWe consider the two-dimensional electron gas confined laterally to a narrow channel by a harmonic potential. As the Zeeman splitting matches the intersubband separatio … - Interplay of spin-orbit and entropic effects in cerium

Author(s): Nicola Lanatà, Yong-Xin Yao, Cai-Zhuang Wang, Kai-Ming Ho, and Gabriel KotliarWe perform first-principles calculations of elemental cerium and compute its pressure-temperature phase diagram … - Thermopower analysis of the electronic structure around the metal-insulator transition in V1−xWxO2

Author(s): Takayoshi Katase, Kenji Endo, and Hiromichi OhtaThe electronic structure across the metal-insulator (MI) transition of electron-doped V1−xWxO2 epitaxial films (x=0−0.06) grown on α-Al2O3 su … - Non-Fermi-liquid behavior at the onset of incommensurate 2kF charge- or spin-density wave order in two dimensions

Author(s): Tobias Holder and Walter MetznerWe analyze the influence of quantum critical fluctuations on single-particle excitations at the onset of incommensurate 2kF charge- or spin-density wave orde … - NMR relaxation in the topological Kondo insulator SmB6

Author(s): P. SchlottmannSmB6 has been predicted to be a strong topological Kondo insulator, and experimentally it has been confirmed that at low temperatures the electrical conductivity only takes pl … - Unified theory for perfect absorption in ultrathin absorptive films with constant tangential electric or magnetic fields

Author(s): Jie Luo, Sucheng Li, Bo Hou, and Yun LaiThe maximal absorption rate of ultrathin films is 50% under the condition that the tangential electric (or magnetic) field is almost constant across … - Impact of exact exchange in the description of the electronic structure of organic charge-transfer molecular crystals

Author(s): Alexandr Fonari, Christopher Sutton, Jean-Luc Brédas, and Veaceslav CoropceanuWe evaluate the impact that the amount of nonlocal Hartree-Fock (%HF) exchange included in a hybrid density fun … - Readout and dynamics of a qubit built on three quantum dots

Author(s): Jakub Łuczak and Bogdan R. BułkaWe present a model of a qubit built of three coherently coupled quantum dots with three spins in a triangular geometry. The qubit states are encoded in the d … - Experimental verification of reciprocity relations in quantum thermoelectric transport

Author(s): J. Matthews, F. Battista, D. Sánchez, P. Samuelsson, and H. LinkeFundamental symmetries in thermoelectric quantum transport, beyond Onsagers relations, were predicted two decades ago but ha … - Noncollinear magnetic phases and edge states in graphene quantum Hall bars

Author(s): J. L. Lado and J. Fernández-RossierApplication of a perpendicular magnetic field to charge neutral graphene is expected to result in a variety of broken symmetry phases, including antiferro … - Roton-maxon spectrum and instability for weakly interacting dipolar excitons in a semiconductor layer

Author(s): A. K. Fedorov, I. L. Kurbakov, and Yu. E. LozovikThe formation of the roton-maxon excitation spectrum and the roton instability effect for a weakly correlated Bose gas of dipolar excitons i … - Equation of state and high-pressure/high-temperature phase diagram of magnesium

Author(s): G. W. Stinton, S. G. MacLeod, H. Cynn, D. Errandonea, W. J. Evans, J. E. Proctor, Y. Meng, and M. I. McMahonThe phase diagram of magnesium has been investigated to 211 GPa at 300 K, and to … - Modification of the magnetic properties of Co films grown on MgO (100) by treatment with NaOH solution

Author(s): Hao-liang Liu, Tom Hauffman, Katrien Herdewyn, Herman Terryn, Margriet Van Bael, and Chris Van HaesendonckWe investigated the surface morphology and magnetic properties of Co films grown on … - Distribution of electrons and holes in cuprate superconductors as determined from 17O and Cu63 nuclear magnetic resonance

Author(s): Michael Jurkutat, Damian Rybicki, Oleg P. Sushkov, Grant V. M. Williams, Andreas Erb, and Jürgen HaaseThe local distribution of electrons and holes in the CuO2 plane of the high-temperature … - Self-trapping of carbon atoms in α′-Fe during the martensitic transformation: A qualitative picture from ab initio calculations

Author(s): A. V. RubanStrain-induced and chemical interactions of interstitial carbon atoms in bcc or α-Fe are obtained in first-principles calculations. Subsequent Monte Carlo simulations show that a … - Effect of Bi bilayers on the topological states of Bi2Se3: A first-principles study

Author(s): K. Govaerts, K. Park, C. De Beule, B. Partoens, and D. LamoenBi2Se3 is a three-dimensional topological insulator which has been extensively studied because it has a single Dirac cone on the … - Strain tuning of Dirac states at the SnTe (001) surface

Author(s): Matthias Drüppel, Peter Krüger, and Michael RohlfingThe topological crystalline insulator SnTe belongs to the recently discovered class of materials in which a crystalline symmetry ensures … - Terahertz radiation as a probe of the dynamics of coherently injected photocurrents in quantum well and graphene systems

Author(s): Kiran M. Rao and J. E. SipeWe calculate the terahertz radiation that would be emitted from rotating current densities coherently injected by two-color optical pulses in GaAs and graphene sa … - Oxygen adsorbates on the Si(111)4×1-In metallic atomic wire: Scanning tunneling microscopy and density-functional theory calculations

Author(s): Deok Mahn Oh, S. Wippermann, W. G. Schmidt, and Han Woong YeomThe Si(111)4×1-In surface is composed of metallic atomic wires, which undergo a transition into a charge density wave phase at … - Exact diagonalization study for nanographene: Modulation of charge and spin, magnetic phase diagram, and thermodynamics

Author(s): Sajeev Chacko, Dhani Nafday, D. G. Kanhere, and T. Saha-DasguptaWe investigate the many-body-instability-driven electronic, magnetic, and thermodynamic properties of graphene nanoflakes des … - Nonlinear transport and noise thermometry in quasiclassical ballistic point contacts

Author(s): E. S. Tikhonov, M. Yu. Melnikov, D. V. Shovkun, L. Sorba, G. Biasiol, and V. S. KhrapaiWe study nonlinear transport and nonequilibrium current noise in quasiclassical point contacts (PCs) d … - Insights into the energy transfer mechanism in Ce3+-Yb3+ codoped YAG phosphors

Author(s): D. C. Yu, F. T. Rabouw, W. Q. Boon, T. Kieboom, S. Ye, Q. Y. Zhang, and A. MeijerinkTwo distinct energy transfer (ET) mechanisms have been proposed for the conversion of blue to near-infrar … - Intramolecular bonds resolved on a semiconductor surface

Author(s): Adam Sweetman, Samuel P. Jarvis, Philipp Rahe, Neil R. Champness, Lev Kantorovich, and Philip MoriartyNoncontact atomic force microscopy (NC-AFM) is now routinely capable of obtaining submo … - Imaging the buried MgO/Ag interface: Formation mechanism of the STM contrast

Author(s): Andrei Malashevich, Eric I. Altman, and Sohrab Ismail-BeigiScanning tunneling microscopy (STM) provides real-space electronic state information at the atomic scale that is most commonly use … - Evolution of anisotropic-to-isotropic photoexcited carrier distribution in graphene

Author(s): Xiao-Qing Yan, Jun Yao, Zhi-Bo Liu, Xin Zhao, Xu-Dong Chen, Chengmin Gao, Wei Xin, Yongsheng Chen, and Jian-Guo TianFemtosecond degenerate and nondegenerate pump-probe spectroscopy in graph … - Phonon thermal transport in Bi2Te3 from first principles

Author(s): Olle Hellman and David A. BroidoWe present first-principles calculations of the thermal and thermal transport properties of Bi2Te3 that combine an ab initio molecular dynamics (AIMD) approa … - Josephson-frustrated superconductors in a magnetic field

Author(s): Troels Arnfred Bojesen and Asle SudbøWe study the effect of an externally imposed rotation or magnetic field on frustrated multiband superconductors and superfluids. The frustration origina … - Publisher's Note: Phase diagram of BiFeO3/LaFeO3 superlattices studied by x-ray diffraction experiments and first-principles calculations [Phys. Rev. B 90, 104106 (2014)]

Author(s): Gijsbert Rispens, Benedikt Ziegler, Zeila Zanolli, Jorge Íñiguez, Philippe Ghosez, and Patrycja Paruch[Phys. Rev. B 90, 139905] Published Fri Oct 17, 2014 - Effects of size polydispersity on electron mobility in a two-dimensional quantum-dot superlattice

Author(s): Shicheng Xu, Dickson Thian, Shengkai Wang, Yanming Wang, and Fritz B. PrinzWe found that the transitions between delocalized electronic states in quantum-dot superlattices with smaller size … - Magnetic spiral induced by strong correlations in MnAu2

Author(s): J. K. Glasbrenner, K. M. Bussmann, and I. I. MazinThe compound MnAu2 is one of the oldest known spin-spiral materials, yet the nature of the spiral state is still not clear. The spiral cann … - Absence of the ordinary and extraordinary Hall effects scaling in granular ferromagnets at metal-insulator transition

Author(s): D. Bartov, A. Segal, M. Karpovski, and A. GerberUniversality of the extraordinary Hall effect scaling was tested in granular three-dimensional Ni-SiO2 films across the metal-insulator trans … - Dirac points of electron energy spectrum, band-contact lines, and electron topological transitions of 312 kind in three-dimensional metals

Author(s): G. P. Mikitik and Yu. V. SharlaiIn many three-dimensional metals with inversion symmetry and a weak spin-orbit interaction, Dirac points of the electron energy spectrum form band-contact li … - Entanglement spectrum and number fluctuations in the spin-partitioned BCS ground state

Author(s): Xavier M. Puspus, Kristian Hauser Villegas, and Francis N. C. ParaanWe study entanglement between the spin components of the BCS ground state by calculating the full entanglement spectrum a … - Neutral collective modes in spin-polarized fractional quantum Hall states at filling factors 13, 25, 37, and 49

Author(s): Dwipesh Majumder and Sudhansu S. MandalWe determine the lowest and higher order collective modes in both spin-conserving and spin-reversed sectors by calculating the energy differences of a … - Ignition and formation dynamics of a polariton condensate on a semiconductor microcavity pillar

Author(s): C. Antón, D. Solnyshkov, G. Tosi, M. D. Martín, Z. Hatzopoulos, G. Deligeorgis, P. G. Savvidis, G. Malpuech, and L. ViñaWe present an experimental study on the ignition and decay of a polar … - Anharmonicity-assisted multiphonon transitions between distant levels in semiconductor quantum dots

Author(s): I. A. Dmitriev and R. A. SurisWe calculate the multiphonon transition rate from the excited state of a single-occupied two-level quantum dot. The electron interacts with certain optical pho … - Collapse of spin gap by Ru-site substitution in the antiferromagnetic Kondo semiconductor CeRu2Al10

Author(s): H. Tanida, H. Nohara, M. Sera, T. Nishioka, M. Matsumura, and R. KobayashiWe investigated the Ce- and Ru-site substitution effects on the spin gap in CeRu2Al10 by measuring the magnetic and … - Selectively localized Wannier functions

Author(s): Runzhi Wang, Emanuel A. Lazar, Hyowon Park, Andrew J. Millis, and Chris A. MarianettiThe authors extend the theory of maximally localized Wannier functions, first developed by Marzari and V … - Evidence for a shallow Cu acceptor in Si from infrared spectroscopy and photoconductivity

Author(s): S. T. Teklemichael, M. D. McCluskey, G. Buchowicz, O. D. Dubon, and E. E. HallerCopper impurities affect optical and electronic properties in a diverse range of materials. Using IR spectros … - Diverse forms of bonding in two-dimensional Si allotropes: Nematic orbitals in the MoS2 structure

Author(s): Florian Gimbert, Chi-Cheng Lee, Rainer Friedlein, Antoine Fleurence, Yukiko Yamada-Takamura, and Taisuke OzakiThe interplay of sp2- and sp3-type bonding defines silicon allotropes in two- a … - First-principles real-space study of electronic and optical excitations in rutile TiO2 nanocrystals

Author(s): Linda Hung, Kopinjol Baishya, and Serdar ÖğütWe model rutile titanium dioxide nanocrystals (NCs) up to ∼1.5 nm in size to study the effects of quantum confinement on their electronic and op … - Exact ground states of a spin-12 Ising-Heisenberg model on the Shastry-Sutherland lattice in a magnetic field

Author(s): Taras Verkholyak, Jozef Strečka, Frédéric Mila, and Kai P. SchmidtExact ground states of a spin-1/2 Ising-Heisenberg model on the Shastry-Sutherland lattice with Heisenberg intradimer and I … - Dissipative superfluid mass flux through solid He4

Author(s): Ye. Vekhov and R. B. HallockThe thermomechanical effect in superfluid helium is used to create an initial chemical potential difference Δμ0 across a solid He4 sample. This Δμ0 causes a flow … - Vacancy formation enthalpy of filled d-band noble metals by hybrid functionals

Author(s): Weiwei Xing, Peitao Liu, Xiyue Cheng, Haiyang Niu, Hui Ma, Dianzhong Li, Yiyi Li, and Xing-Qiu ChenFirst-principles determination of the vacancy formation enthalpies has been long-term beli … - Thermodynamic μT model of ultrafast magnetization dynamics

Author(s): B. Y. Mueller and B. RethfeldExciting a ferromagnetic sample with an ultrashort laser pulse leads to a quenching of the magnetization on a subpicosecond time scale. On the basis of the equi … - Anisotropic magnetic form factor in a detwinned single crystal of BaFe2As2

Author(s): K. Kodama, M. Ishikado, S. Wakimoto, K. Kihou, C. H. Lee, A. Iyo, H. Eisaki, and S. ShamotoWe have performed neutron diffraction measurements at 12 K on a single crystal of BaFe2As2, which … - Impact of electronic correlations on the equation of state and transport in ε-Fe

Author(s): L. V. Pourovskii, J. Mravlje, M. Ferrero, O. Parcollet, and I. A. AbrikosovWe have obtained the equilibrium volumes, bulk moduli, and equations of state of the ferromagnetic cubic α and par … - Localized and propagating excitations in gapped phases of spin systems with bond disorder

Author(s): O. I. Utesov, A. V. Sizanov, and A. V. SyromyatnikovUsing the conventional T-matrix approach, we discuss gapped phases in one-, two-, and three-dimensional (3D) spin systems (both with and … - Density matrix model for polarons in a terahertz quantum dot cascade laser

Author(s): Benjamin A. Burnett and Benjamin S. WilliamsA density matrix based method is introduced for computation of steady-state dynamics in quantum cascade systems of arbitrary size, which incorpor … - Understanding intercalation structures formed under graphene on Ir(111)

Author(s): Mie Andersen, Liv Hornekær, and Bjørk HammerThe coverage-dependent intercalation of oxygen, CO, hydrogen, alkali metals, and halogens between graphene and Ir(111) is investigated using dens … - From surface to volume plasmons in hyperbolic metamaterials: General existence conditions for bulk high-k waves in metal-dielectric and graphene-dielectric multilayers

Author(s): Sergei V. Zhukovsky, Andrei Andryieuski, J. E. Sipe, and Andrei V. LavrinenkoWe theoretically investigate general existence conditions for broadband bulk large-wave-vector (high-k) propagat … - Orbital tomography of hybridized and dispersing molecular overlayers

Author(s): Thomas Ules, Daniel Lüftner, Eva Maria Reinisch, Georg Koller, Peter Puschnig, and Michael G. RamseyWith angle-resolved photoemission experiments and ab initio electronic structure calculat … - Wide-range optical spin orientation in Ge from near-infrared to visible light

Author(s): C. Rinaldi, M. Cantoni, M. Marangoni, C. Manzoni, G. Cerullo, and R. BertaccoGe-based spin-photodiodes have been employed to investigate the spectral dependence of optical spin orientation … - Theory of the evolution of magnetic order in Fe1+yTe compounds with increasing interstitial iron

Author(s): Samuel Ducatman, Rafael M. Fernandes, and Natalia B. PerkinsWe examine the influence of the excess of interstitial Fe on the magnetic properties of Fe1+yTe compounds. Because in iron chalco … - Resonant state due to Bi in the dilute bismide alloy GaAs1−xBix

Author(s): R. S. Joshya, A. J. Ptak, R. France, A. Mascarenhas, and R. N. KiniIt has been theoretically predicted that isolated Bi forms a resonant state in the valence band of the dilute bismide allo … - Tuning photoinduced terahertz conductivity in monolayer graphene: Optical-pump terahertz-probe spectroscopy

Author(s): Srabani Kar, Dipti R. Mohapatra, Eric Freysz, and A. K. SoodOptical-pump terahertz-probe differential transmission measurements of as-prepared single layer graphene (AG) (unintentionally ho … - Molecular dynamics simulation of the growth of Cu nanoclusters from Cu ions in a plasma

Author(s): Alexey A. Tal, E. Peter Müger, Igor A. Abrikosov, Nils Brenning, Iris Pilch, and Ulf HelmerssonA recently developed method of nanoclusters growth in a pulsed plasma is studied by means of m … - Real-time dynamics of spin-dependent transport through a double-quantum-dot Aharonov-Bohm interferometer with spin-orbit interaction

Author(s): Matisse Wei-Yuan Tu, Amnon Aharony, Wei-Min Zhang, and Ora Entin-WohlmanThe spin-resolved nonequilibrium real-time electron transport through a double-quantum-dot (DQD) Aharonov-Bohm (AB) i … - Broadband attenuation of Lamb waves through a periodic array of thin rectangular junctions

Author(s): Rayisa P. Moiseyenko, Yan Pennec, Rémi Marchal, Bernard Bonello, and Bahram Djafari-RouhaniWe study theoretically subwavelength physical phenomena, such as resonant transmission and broadba … - Publisher's Note: Blackbox quantization of superconducting circuits using exact impedance synthesis [Phys. Rev. B 90, 134504 (2014)]

Author(s): Firat Solgun, David W. Abraham, and David P. DiVincenzo[Phys. Rev. B 90, 139904] Published Wed Oct 15, 2014 - Solidification and fcc to metastable hcp phase transition in krypton under variable compression rates

Author(s): Jing-Yin Chen, Choong-Shik Yoo, William J. Evans, Hanns-Peter Liermann, Hyunchae Cynn, Minseob Kim, and Zsolt JeneiWe present time-resolved synchrotron x-ray diffraction measurements to stu … - Josephson and persistent spin currents in Bose-Einstein condensates of magnons

Author(s): Kouki Nakata, Kevin A. van Hoogdalem, Pascal Simon, and Daniel LossUsing the Aharonov-Casher (A-C) phase, we present a microscopic theory of the Josephson and persistent spin currents in qu … - Electrical permittivity driven metal-insulator transition in heterostructures of nonpolar Mott and band insulators

Author(s): Yukiko Omori, Andreas Rüegg, and Manfred SigristMetallic interfaces between insulating perovskites are often observed in heterostructures combining polar and nonpolar materials. In these sy … - Model for ultrashort laser pulse-induced ionization dynamics in transparent solids

Author(s): Jeremy R. Gulley and Thomas E. LanierA comprehensive model of ultrafast laser-induced plasma generation intended for coupling with pulse propagation simulations in transparent solids is int …