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Author(s): Hang Li, H. Gao, Liviu P. Zârbo, K. Výborný, Xuhui Wang, Ion Garate, Fatih Doǧan, A. Čejchan, Jairo Sinova, T. Jungwirth, and Aurélien ManchonIntraband and interband contributions to the cu … - Energy and vorticity spectra in turbulent superfluid ^{4}He from T=0 to T_{λ}

Author(s): Laurent Boué, Victor S. L'vov, Yotam Nagar, Sergey V. Nazarenko, Anna Pomyalov, and Itamar ProcacciaWe discuss the energy and vorticity spectra of turbulent superfluid 4He in the entir … - Surface energetics of alkaline-earth metal oxides: Trends in stability and adsorption of small molecules

Author(s): Michal Bajdich, Jens K. Nørskov, and Aleksandra VojvodicWe present a systematic theoretical investigation of the surface properties, stability, and reactivity of rocksalt type alkaline-eart … - Electronic structure of Ce_{2}RhIn_{8}: A two-dimensional heavy-fermion system studied by angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy

Author(s): Rui Jiang, Daixing Mou, Chang Liu, Xin Zhao, Yongxin Yao, Hyejin Ryu, C. Petrovic, Kai-Ming Ho, and Adam KaminskiWe use angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) to study the two-di … - Theory of nanorod antenna resonances including end-reflection phase

Author(s): Wei Su, Xiangyin Li, Jens Bornemann, and Reuven GordonWe present a fully analytic theory for nanorod resonances including the phase of reflection from the rounded ends using a transmission … - Heavy-impurity resonance, hybridization, and phonon spectral functions in Fe_{1−x}M_{x}Si (M=Ir, Os)

Author(s): O. Delaire, I. I. Al-Qasir, A. F. May, C. W. Li, B. C. Sales, J. L. Niedziela, J. Ma, M. Matsuda, D. L. Abernathy, and T. BerlijnThe vibrational behavior of heavy substitutional impurities … - Coherent modulation of the YBa_{2}Cu_{3}O_{6+x} atomic structure by displacive stimulated ionic Raman scattering

Author(s): R. Mankowsky, M. Först, T. Loew, J. Porras, B. Keimer, and A. CavalleriWe discuss the mechanism of coherent phonon generation by stimulated ionic Raman scattering, a process different from … - Effects of surface oxidation on the exchange-bias properties of the single-crystal antiferromagnetic/ferromagnetic junction Mn/Co/Cu(001)

Author(s): M. Caminale, R. Moroni, P. Torelli, G. Panaccione, W. C. Lin, M. Canepa, L. Mattera, and F. BisioThe effects of a chemical alteration of the antiferromagnet surface in the exchange-biased u … - Low-temperature thermal transport at the interface of a topological insulator and a d-wave superconductor

Author(s): Adam C. DurstWe consider the low-temperature thermal transport properties of the two-dimensional (2D) proximity-induced superconducting state formed at the interface between a three-dimensi … - Pressure-induced phase transitions and metallization in VO_{2}

Author(s): Ligang Bai, Quan Li, Serena A. Corr, Yue Meng, Changyong Park, Stanislav V. Sinogeikin, Changhyun Ko, Junqiao Wu, and Guoyin ShenWe report the results of pressure-induced phase transitions … - Compressibility enhancement in an almost staggered interacting Harper model

Author(s): Bat-el Friedman and Richard BerkovitsWe discuss the compressibility in the almost staggered fermionic Harper model with repulsive interactions in the vicinity of half-filling. It has been s … - Anomalous physical properties of Heusler-type Co_{2}Cr(Ga,Si) alloys and thermodynamic study on reentrant martensitic transformation

Author(s): Xiao Xu, Makoto Nagasako, Mitsuo Kataoka, Rie Y. Umetsu, Toshihiro Omori, Takeshi Kanomata, and Ryosuke KainumaElectronic, magnetic, and thermodynamic properties of Co2Cr(Ga,Si)-based shape … - Dynamics of magnon fluid in Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya magnet and its manifestation in magnon-Skyrmion scattering

Author(s): Yun-Tak Oh, Hyunyong Lee, Jin-Hong Park, and Jung Hoon HanWe construct a Holstein-Primakoff Hamiltonian for magnons in an arbitrary slowly varying spin background for a microscopic spin Ham … - Atomic and electronic structures of superconducting BaFe_{2}As_{2}/SrTiO_{3} superlattices

Author(s): P. Gao, Y. Zhang, S. Y. Zhang, S. Lee, J. Weiss, J. R. Jokisaari, E. E. Hellstrom, D. C. Larbalestier, C. B. Eom, and X. Q. PanThe nanoscale structural, chemical, and electronic properties … - Charge ordering in three-band models of the cuprates

Author(s): Alexandra Thomson and Subir SachdevWe examine trends in the wave vectors and form factors of charge density wave instabilities of three-band models of the underdoped cuprates. For instabili … - Electronic and magnetic properties of Ti_{4}O_{7} predicted by self-interaction-corrected density functional theory

Author(s): X. Zhong, I. Rungger, P. Zapol, and O. HeinonenUnderstanding electronic properties of substoichiometric phases of titanium oxide such as Magnéli phase Ti4O7 is crucial in designing and mode … - Spectral functions and time evolution from the Chebyshev recursion

Author(s): F. Alexander Wolf, Jorge A. Justiniano, Ian P. McCulloch, and Ulrich SchollwöckWe link linear prediction of Chebyshev and Fourier expansions to analytic continuation. We push the resolution … - Identifying quantum phases from the injectivity of symmetric matrix product states

Author(s): Sukhwinder SinghGiven a local gapped Hamiltonian with a global symmetry on a one-dimensional lattice we describe a method to identify whether the Hamiltonian belongs to a quantum phase in w … - Polarization degenerate solid-state cavity quantum electrodynamics

Author(s): Morten P. Bakker, Ajit V. Barve, Thomas Ruytenberg, Wolfgang Löffler, Larry A. Coldren, Dirk Bouwmeester, and Martin P. van ExterA polarization degenerate microcavity containing charge-cont … - Diamagnetism and suppression of screening as hallmarks of electron-hole pairing in a double layer graphene system

Author(s): K. V. Germash and D. V. FilWe study how the electron-hole pairing reveals itself in the response of a double layer graphene system to the vector and scalar potentials. Electron-hole pairing … - Publisher's Note: Analytic theory of Hund's metals: A renormalization group perspective [Phys. Rev. B 91, 041110(R) (2015)]

Author(s): Camille Aron and Gabriel Kotliar[Phys. Rev. B 91, 119904] Published Tue Mar 31, 2015 - Molecular beam epitaxy growth and scanning tunneling microscopy study of TiSe_{2} ultrathin films

Author(s): Jun-Ping Peng, Jia-Qi Guan, Hui-Min Zhang, Can-Li Song, Lili Wang, Ke He, Qi-Kun Xue, and Xu-Cun MaMolecular beam epitaxy is used to grow TiSe2 ultrathin films on a graphitized SiC(0001) su … - Hybridization effects and bond disproportionation in the bismuth perovskites

Author(s): Kateryna Foyevtsova, Arash Khazraie, Ilya Elfimov, and George A. SawatzkyWe propose a microscopic description of the bond-disproportionated insulating state in the bismuth perovskites XBiO3 … - Enhanced nonlinear optical response from individual silicon nanowires

Author(s): Peter R. Wiecha, Arnaud Arbouet, Houssem Kallel, Priyanka Periwal, Thierry Baron, and Vincent PaillardSemiconductor nanostructures, such as arrays of Si nanowires, are promising candidates … - Kekulé textures, pseudospin-one Dirac cones, and quadratic band crossings in a graphene-hexagonal indium chalcogenide bilayer

Author(s): Gianluca Giovannetti, Massimo Capone, Jeroen van den Brink, and Carmine OrtixDensity functional theory calculations of the electronic properties of graphene-hexagonal indium telluride super … - Stable quantum Monte Carlo simulations for entanglement spectra of interacting fermions

Author(s): Fakher F. AssaadWe show that the two recently proposed methods to compute Renyi entanglement entropies in the realm of determinant quantum Monte Carlo methods for fermions are in principle … - Interacting topological insulator and emergent grand unified theory

Author(s): Yi-Zhuang You and Cenke XuMotivated by the Pati-Salam grand unified theory [J. C. Pati and A. Salam, Phys. Rev. D 10, 275 (1974)10.1103/PhysRevD.10.275], we study (4+1)d topological insulat … - Thermodynamics of the α-γ transition in cerium studied by an LDA + Gutzwiller method

Author(s): Ming-Feng Tian, Hai-Feng Song, Hai-Feng Liu, Cong Wang, Zhong Fang, and Xi DaiUtilizing the local-density approximation (LDA) + Gutzwiller method, we have studied the α-γ transition in ceri … - Classification of two-dimensional fermionic and bosonic topological orders

Author(s): Zheng-Cheng Gu, Zhenghan Wang, and Xiao-Gang WenThe string-net approach by Levin and Wen, and the local unitary transformation approach by Chen, Gu, and Wen, provide ways to classify topolo … - Subsurface channeling of keV ions between graphene layers: Molecular dynamics simulation

Author(s): Yudi Rosandi, Maureen L. Nietiadi, and Herbert M. UrbassekUsing molecular dynamics simulation, we study the impact of 3 keV Xe ions at glancing incidence on a β-SiC (111) surface covered by … - Giant tunnel-electron injection in nitrogen-doped graphene

Author(s): Jérôme Lagoute, Frédéric Joucken, Vincent Repain, Yann Tison, Cyril Chacon, Amandine Bellec, Yann Girard, Robert Sporken, Edward H. Conrad, François Ducastelle, Mattias Palsgaard, Nick Papi … - Active loaded plasmonic antennas at terahertz frequencies: Optical control of their capacitive-inductive coupling

Author(s): G. Georgiou, C. Tserkezis, M. C. Schaafsma, J. Aizpurua, and J. Gómez RivasWe demonstrate the photogeneration of loaded dipole plasmonic antennas resonating at THz frequencies. This is achi … - Antiferromagnetism in Ru_{2}MnZ(Z=Sn,Sb,Ge,Si) full Heusler alloys: Effects of magnetic frustration and chemical disorder

Author(s): Sergii Khmelevskyi, Eszter Simon, and László SzunyoghWe present systematic theoretical investigations to explore the microscopic mechanisms leading to the formation of antiferromagnetism in … - Interface formation for a ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic bilayer system studied by scanning tunneling microscopy and first-principles theory

Author(s): Andrada-Oana Mandru, Jeongihm Pak, Arthur R. Smith, Jonathan Guerrero-Sanchez, and Noboru TakeuchiThe initial stages of interface formation for a real-world ferromagnet/antiferromagnet bi-l … - Magnetic ordering and ferroelectricity in multiferroic 2H-AgFeO_{2}: Comparison between hexagonal and rhombohedral polytypes

Author(s): Noriki Terada, Dmitry D. Khalyavin, Pascal Manuel, Yoshihiro Tsujimoto, and Alexei A. BelikMagnetic and dielectric properties of the hexagonal triangular lattice antiferromagnet 2H-AgFeO2 h … - Detecting nonlocal Cooper pair entanglement by optical Bell inequality violation

Author(s): Simon E. Nigg, Rakesh P. Tiwari, Stefan Walter, and Thomas L. SchmidtBased on the Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer theory of superconductivity, the coherent splitting of Cooper pairs from a superc … - Circuit-QED-based scalable architectures for quantum information processing with superconducting qubits

Author(s): P.-M. Billangeon, J. S. Tsai, and Y. NakamuraWe discuss different ways of generating entanglement in the original picture of circuit QED (XcQED) and several restrictions that arise in the c … - Long range p-wave proximity effect into a disordered metal

Author(s): Aydin Cem Keser, Valentin Stanev, and Victor GalitskiWe use quasiclassical methods of superconductivity to study the superconducting proximity effect from a topological p-wave superconducto … - Erratum: Ultrafast dephasing of coherent optical phonons in atomically controlled GeTe/Sb_{2}Te_{3} superlattices [Phys. Rev. B 79, 174112 (2009)]

Author(s): Muneaki Hase, Yoshinobu Miyamoto, and Junji Tominaga[Phys. Rev. B 91, 099906] Published Mon Mar 30, 2015 - Erratum: Predicting low-thermal-conductivity Si-Ge nanowires with a modified cluster expansion method [Phys. Rev. B 91, 054105 (2015)]

Author(s): Jesper Kristensen and Nicholas J. Zabaras[Phys. Rev. B 91, 099907] Published Mon Mar 30, 2015 - General microscopic model of magnetoelastic coupling from first principles

Author(s): X. Z. Lu, Xifan Wu, and H. J. XiangMagnetoelastic coupling describes the interaction between the magnetic degrees of freedom of a material and its strain. This Rapid Communication presents … - Magnetic order and electronic structure of the 5d^{3} double perovskite Sr_{2}ScOsO_{6}

Author(s): A. E. Taylor, R. Morrow, D. J. Singh, S. Calder, M. D. Lumsden, P. M. Woodward, and A. D. ChristiansonThe magnetic susceptibility, crystal and magnetic structures, and electronic structure … - Trimerized ground state of the spin-1 Heisenberg antiferromagnet on the kagome lattice

Author(s): Hitesh J. Changlani and Andreas M. LäuchliWe study the phase diagram of the spin-1 quantum bilinear-biquadratic antiferromagnet on the kagome lattice using exact diagonalization and the den … - High-pressure structural phase transition in MnWO_{4}

Author(s): J. Ruiz-Fuertes, A. Friedrich, O. Gomis, D. Errandonea, W. Morgenroth, J. A. Sans, and D. Santamaría-PérezThe pressure-induced phase transition of the multiferroic manganese tungstate MnWO4 … - Field effects with H∥b on the incommensurate magnetic structures of multiferroic MnWO_{4} studied within the superspace formalism

Author(s): I. Urcelay-Olabarria, J. L. García-Muñoz, and A. A. MukhinWe investigate the magnetic-field-induced (H∥b) transition in the reference improper multiferroic MnWO4 using superspace formalism. … - Nonequilibrium evolution of window overlaps in spin glasses

Author(s): Markus Manssen, Alexander K. Hartmann, and A. P. YoungWe investigate numerically the time dependence of “window” overlaps in a three-dimensional Ising spin glass below its transition temper … - Low-remanence criterion for helicity-dependent all-optical magnetic switching in ferrimagnets

Author(s): Alexander Hassdenteufel, Johannes Schmidt, Christian Schubert, Birgit Hebler, Manfred Helm, Manfred Albrecht, and Rudolf BratschitschWe demonstrate that a low-remanent sample magnetization … - Critical point scaling of Ising spin glasses in a magnetic field

Author(s): Joonhyun Yeo and M. A. MooreCritical point scaling in a field H applies for the limits t→0 (where t=T/Tc−1) and H→0 but with the ratio R=t/H2/Δ finite. Δ is a critical exponent of the zero- … - Autoresonant switching of the magnetization in single-domain nanoparticles: Two-level theory

Author(s): Guillaume Klughertz, Lazar Friedland, Paul-Antoine Hervieux, and Giovanni ManfrediThe magnetic moment of a single-domain nanoparticle can be effectively switched on an ultrashort time scale … - Strong effects of weak ac driving in short superconducting junctions

Author(s): Roman-Pascal Riwar, Manuel Houzet, Julia S. Meyer, and Yuli V. NazarovWe study a short multichannel superconducting junction subject to dc and ac phase biases. The ac modulation changes the … - Broken time-reversal symmetry in superconducting Pr_{1−x}Ce_{x}Pt_{4}Ge_{12}

Author(s): Jian Zhang, D. E. MacLaughlin, A. D. Hillier, Z. F. Ding, K. Huang, M. B. Maple, and Lei ShuWe report results of zero-field muon spin relaxation experiments on the filled-skutterudite super … - Doping-dependent critical Cooper-pair momentum in thin underdoped cuprate films

Author(s): John Draskovic, Stanley Steers, Thomas McJunkin, Adam Ahmed, and Thomas R. LembergerWe apply a low-field (<100 G) technique to measure the critical pair momentum pc in thin underdoped fi … - Electronic structure of the heavy-fermion caged compound Ce_{3}Pd_{20}X_{6}(X=Si,Ge) studied by density functional theory and photoelectron spectroscopy

Author(s): Hitoshi Yamaoka, Eike F. Schwier, Masashi Arita, Kenya Shimada, Naohito Tsujii, Ignace Jarrige, Jian Jiang, Hirokazu Hayashi, Hideaki Iwasawa, Hirofumi Namatame, Masaki Taniguchi, and Hidea … - Metal-insulator transition induced by mass imbalance in a three-component Hubbard model

Author(s): Duong-Bo Nguyen, Duy-Khuong Phung, Van-Nham Phan, and Minh-Tien TranThe effects of mass imbalance in a three-component Hubbard model are studied by the dynamical mean-field theory combined … - Spin-orbit coupling in fluorinated graphene

Author(s): Susanne Irmer, Tobias Frank, Sebastian Putz, Martin Gmitra, Denis Kochan, and Jaroslav FabianWe report on theoretical investigations of the spin-orbit coupling effects in fluorinated graphe … - Tuning antiferromagnetism of vacancies with magnetic fields in graphene nanoflakes

Author(s): Matthias Droth and Guido BurkardGraphene nanoflakes are interesting because electrons are naturally confined in these quasi-zero-dimensional structures, whereas confinement in bulk graphene … - Aharonov-Bohm oscillations and electron gas transitions in hexagonal core-shell nanowires with an axial magnetic field

Author(s): Miquel Royo, Carlos Segarra, Andrea Bertoni, Guido Goldoni, and Josep PlanellesWe use spin-density-functional theory within an envelope function approach to calculate electronic states in a … - Measuring the local quantum capacitance of graphene using a strongly coupled graphene nanoribbon

Author(s): D. Bischoff, M. Eich, A. Varlet, P. Simonet, T. Ihn, and K. EnsslinWe present electrical transport measurements of a van-der-Waals heterostructure consisting of a graphene nanoribbon separa … - Polarization-coupled polariton pairs in a birefringent microcavity

Author(s): Yinglei Wang, Tao Hu, Wei Xie, Liaoxin Sun, Long Zhang, Jian Wang, Jie Gu, Lin Wu, Jun Wang, Xuechu Shen, and Zhanghai ChenWe demonstrate a clear anticrossing between two polarization-ortho … - Giant exciton oscillator strength and radiatively limited dephasing in two-dimensional platelets

Author(s): Ali Naeem, Francesco Masia, Sotirios Christodoulou, Iwan Moreels, Paola Borri, and Wolfgang LangbeinWe measured the intrinsic ground-state exciton dephasing and population dynamics in collo … - Nanoscale transport of surface excitons at the interface between ZnO and a molecular monolayer

Author(s): Sebastian Friede, Sergei Kuehn, Sergey Sadofev, Sylke Blumstengel, Fritz Henneberger, and Thomas ElsaesserExcitons play a key role for the optoelectronic properties of hybrid systems. We ap … - Enhancement of the thermoelectric power by electronic correlations in bad metals: A study of the Kelvin formula

Author(s): J. Kokalj and Ross H. McKenzieIn many strongly correlated electron metals the thermoelectric power has a nonmonotonic temperature dependence and values that are orders of magnitude larger t … - Interference of surface plasmons and Smith-Purcell emission probed by angle-resolved cathodoluminescence spectroscopy

Author(s): Naoki Yamamoto, F. Javier García de Abajo, and Viktor MyroshnychenkoWe investigate the interplay between geometrical lattice resonances and surface plasmons mediating the emission of Smith- … - Planar immersion lens with metasurfaces

Author(s): John S. Ho, Brynan Qiu, Yuji Tanabe, Alexander J. Yeh, Shanhui Fan, and Ada S. Y. PoonThe solid immersion lens is a powerful optical tool that allows light entering material from air or a v … - Efficient conversion of light to charge and spin in Hall-bar microdevices

Author(s): L. Nádvorník, J. A. Haigh, K. Olejník, A. C. Irvine, V. Novák, T. Jungwirth, and J. WunderlichWe report an experimental study of the direct conversion of light into electrical signals in Ga … - Impact of the modulation doping layer on the ν=5/2 anisotropy

Author(s): X. Shi, W. Pan, K. W. Baldwin, K. W. West, L. N. Pfeiffer, and D. C. TsuiWe have carried out a systematic study of the tilted magnetic field induced anisotropy at the Landau level filling f … - Nonlinear optical spectroscopy of indirect excitons in coupled quantum wells

Author(s): P. Andreakou, S. Cronenberger, D. Scalbert, A. Nalitov, N. A. Gippius, A. V. Kavokin, M. Nawrocki, J. R. Leonard, L. V. Butov, K. L. Campman, A. C. Gossard, and M. VladimirovaIndirect excit … - Constructing a Weyl semimetal by stacking one-dimensional topological phases

Author(s): Sriram Ganeshan and S. Das SarmaTopological semimetals in three-dimensions (e.g., a Weyl semimetal) can be built by stacking two-dimensional topological phases. The interesting aspect of su … - Stability and magnetization of free-standing and graphene-embedded iron membranes

Author(s): M. R. Thomsen, S. J. Brun, and T. G. PedersenInspired by recent experimental realizations of monolayer Fe membranes in graphene perforations, we perform ab initio calculations of Fe monolay … - Evolution of hot carrier dynamics in graphene with the Fermi level tuned across the Dirac point

Author(s): Kuan-Chun Lin, Ming-Yang Li, D. C. Ling, C. C. Chi, and Jeng-Chung ChenThe ultrafast dynamics of photoexcited carriers closely depends on the excitation processes pertaining to the energy b … - Field and temperature dependence of intrinsic diamagnetism in graphene: Theory and experiment

Author(s): Zhilin Li, Lianlian Chen, Sheng Meng, Liwei Guo, Jiao Huang, Yu Liu, Wenjun Wang, and Xiaolong ChenIntrinsic diamagnetism of graphene is studied both theoretically and experimentally, to un … - Low- and high-temperature magnetism of Cr and Fe nanoclusters in iron-chromium alloys

Author(s): Chu-Chun Fu, M. Y. Lavrentiev, R. Soulairol, S. L. Dudarev, and D. Nguyen-ManhLow-energy magnetic states and finite-temperature properties of Cr nanoclusters in bulk bcc Fe and Fe nanoclust … - Ferromagnetic Coulomb phase in classical spin ice

Author(s): Stephen PowellSpin ice is a frustrated magnetic system that at low temperatures exhibits a Coulomb phase, a classical spin liquid with topological order and deconfined excitations. This wor … - Erratum: Classical spin models with broken symmetry: Random-field-induced order and persistence of spontaneous magnetization in the presence of a random field [Phys. Rev. B 90, 174408 (2014)]

Author(s): Anindita Bera, Debraj Rakshit, Maciej Lewenstein, Aditi Sen(De), Ujjwal Sen, and Jan Wehr[Phys. Rev. B 91, 099905] Published Fri Mar 27, 2015 - Evidence for unidimensional low-energy excitations as the origin of persistent spin dynamics in geometrically frustrated magnets

Author(s): A. Yaouanc, P. Dalmas de Réotier, A. Bertin, C. Marin, E. Lhotel, A. Amato, and C. BainesWe report specific heat, magnetic, and muon spin relaxation measurements performed on a polycrystall … - Burst-mode manipulation of magnonic vortex crystals

Author(s): Max Hänze, Christian F. Adolff, Markus Weigand, and Guido MeierThe manipulation of polarization states in 4×4 vortex crystals using sinusoidal magnetic field bursts is investigated by means … - Neutron spin resonance as a probe of superconducting gap anisotropy in partially detwinned electron underdoped NaFe_{0.985}Co_{0.015}As

Author(s): Chenglin Zhang, J. T. Park, Xingye Lu, Rong Yu, Yu Li, Wenliang Zhang, Yang Zhao, J. W. Lynn, Qimiao Si, and Pengcheng DaiWe use inelastic neutron scattering (INS) to study the spin excitat … - Domain walls in superconductors: Andreev bound states and tunneling features

Author(s): S. P. Mukherjee and K. V. SamokhinDomain walls can be formed in superconductors with a discrete degeneracy of the ground state, for instance, due to the breaking of time reversal symmetry. … - Anisotropic nuclear-spin diffusion in double quantum wells

Author(s): T. Hatano, W. Kume, S. Watanabe, K. Akiba, K. Nagase, and Y. HirayamaNuclear spin diffusion in double quantum wells (QWs) is examined by using dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) at a Landau … - Transport and optical properties of single- and bilayer black phosphorus with defects

Author(s): Shengjun Yuan, A. N. Rudenko, and M. I. KatsnelsonWe study the electronic and optical properties of single- and bilayer black phosphorus with short- and long-range defects by using the tigh … - Exciton binding energies and luminescence of phosphorene under pressure

Author(s): L. Seixas, A. S. Rodin, A. Carvalho, and A. H. Castro NetoThe optical response of phosphorene can be gradually changed by application of moderate uniaxial compression, as the material under … - Interference and multiparticle effects in a Mach-Zehnder interferometer with single-particle sources

Author(s): Guillem Rosselló, Francesca Battista, Michael Moskalets, and Janine SplettstoesserWe investigate a Mach-Zehnder interferometer fed by two time-dependently driven single-particle sources, on … - Anomalous pressure dependence of thermal conductivities of large mass ratio compounds

Author(s): L. Lindsay, D. A. Broido, Jesús Carrete, Natalio Mingo, and T. L. ReineckeThe lattice thermal conductivities (κ) of binary compound materials are examined as a function of hydrostatic press … - Coupling between electrons and optical phonons in suspended bilayer graphene

Author(s): Antti Laitinen, Manohar Kumar, Mika Oksanen, Bernard Plaçais, Pauli Virtanen, and Pertti HakonenThe electron-phonon scattering dominated heat dissipation is difficult to observe in graphene … - Electronic and transport properties in geometrically disordered graphene antidot lattices

Author(s): Zheyong Fan, Andreas Uppstu, and Ari HarjuA graphene antidot lattice, created by a regular perforation of a graphene sheet, can exhibit a considerable band gap required by many electronics … - Structure of Cr monolayer on Ag(001): A buried two-dimensional c(2×2) antiferromagnet

Author(s): Jayanta Das, Sananda Biswas, Asish K. Kundu, Shobhana Narasimhan, and Krishnakumar S. R. MenonThe growth, morphology, and magnetic structure of ultrathin Cr films grown on a Ag(001) substra … - Optimal control of light propagation and exciton transfer in arrays of molecular-like noble-metal clusters

Author(s): Polina G. Lisinetskaya and Roland MitrićWe demonstrate theoretically the possibility of optimal control of light propagation and exciton transfer in arrays constructed of subnanometer sized … - Persistence of ferroelectricity above the Curie temperature at the surface of Pb(Zn_{1/3}Nb_{2/3})O_{3}-12%PbTiO_{3}

Author(s): N. Domingo, N. Bagués, J. Santiso, and G. CatalanRelaxor-based ferroelectrics have been known for decades to possess a relatively thick surface layer (“skin”) that is distinct from its inte … - Using electron vortex beams to determine chirality of crystals in transmission electron microscopy

Author(s): Roeland Juchtmans, Armand Béché, Artem Abakumov, Maria Batuk, and Jo VerbeeckChiral crystals come in left- and right-handed forms. Methods for using electron diffraction to determine crysta … - Spin reorientation transition in dysprosium-samarium orthoferrite single crystals

Author(s): Weiyao Zhao, Shixun Cao, Ruoxiang Huang, Yiming Cao, Kai Xu, Baojuan Kang, Jincang Zhang, and Wei RenWe report the control of spin reorientation (SR) transition in perovskite Dy1−xSmxFeO3, … - Quantized transport for a skyrmion moving on a two-dimensional periodic substrate

Author(s): C. Reichhardt, D. Ray, and C. J. Olson ReichhardtWe examine the dynamics of a skyrmion moving over a two-dimensional periodic substrate utilizing simulations of a particle-based skyrmion mo … - Superconductivity and role of pnictogen and Fe substitution in 112-LaPd_{x}Pn_{2} (Pn=Sb,Bi)

Author(s): Reiner Retzlaff, Alexander Buckow, Philipp Komissinskiy, Soumya Ray, Stefan Schmidt, Holger Mühlig, Frank Schmidl, Paul Seidel, Jose Kurian, and Lambert AlffWe report on the epitaxial growt … - Intrinsic origin of two-dimensional electron gas at the (001) surface of SrTiO_{3}

Author(s): Pietro Delugas, Vincenzo Fiorentini, Alessandro Mattoni, and Alessio FilippettiIt is generally assumed that two-dimensional electron gas (2DEG) recently observed at the (001) SrTiO3 surface … - Reduced spin-Hall effects from magnetic proximity

Author(s): Wei Zhang, Matthias B. Jungfleisch, Wanjun Jiang, Yaohua Liu, John E. Pearson, Suzanne G. E. te Velthuis, Axel Hoffmann, Frank Freimuth, and Yuriy MokrousovHarnessing spin-orbit coupling fo … - Topological magnetic crystalline insulators and corepresentation theory

Author(s): Rui-Xing Zhang and Chao-Xing LiuGapless surface states of time reversal invariant topological insulators are protected by the antiunitary nature of the time-reversal operation. Very recentl … - Attenuation length in ion-induced kinetic electron emission: A key to an understanding of angular-dependent yields

Author(s): Klaus WittmaackThe mean attenuation length, 〈L〉, of electrons emitted from ion bombarded solids was derived from measured angular-dependent electron yields γ(θ) in combination with Monte Ca … - Interaction effects on a Majorana zero mode leaking into a quantum dot

Author(s): David A. Ruiz-Tijerina, E. Vernek, Luis G. G. V. Dias da Silva, and J. C. EguesWe have recently shown [Phys. Rev. B 89, 165314 (2014)PRBMDO10.1103/PhysRevB.89.165314] that a noninteracting … - Emergence of quasi-one-dimensional physics in a nearly-isotropic three-dimensional molecular crystal: Ab initio modeling of Mo_{3}S_{7}(dmit)_{3}

Author(s): A. C. Jacko, C. Janani, Klaus Koepernik, and B. J. PowellWe report density functional theory calculations for Mo3S7 (dmit)3. We derive an ab initio tight-binding model from overlaps of Wann … - Dynamical screening in La_{2}CuO_{4}

Author(s): Philipp Werner, Rei Sakuma, Fredrik Nilsson, and Ferdi AryasetiawanWe show that the dynamical screening of the Coulomb interaction among Cu-d electrons in high-Tc cuprates is strong and tha …