- Revealing Hidden Coherence in Partially Coherent Light

Author(s): Jiří Svozilík, Adam Vallés, Jan Peřina, Jr., and Juan P. TorresCoherence and correlations represent two related properties of a compound system. The system can be, for instance, the polariz … - Verifiable Measurement-Only Blind Quantum Computing with Stabilizer Testing

Author(s): Masahito Hayashi and Tomoyuki MorimaeWe introduce a simple protocol for verifiable measurement-only blind quantum computing. Alice, a client, can perform only single-qubit measurements, whe … - Diffusion and Subdiffusion of Interacting Particles on Comblike Structures

Author(s): O. Bénichou, P. Illien, G. Oshanin, A. Sarracino, and R. VoituriezWe study the dynamics of a tracer particle (TP) on a comb lattice populated by randomly moving hard-core particles in the d … - Steady-State Dynamics and Effective Temperature for a Model of Quantum Criticality in an Open System

Author(s): P. Ribeiro, F. Zamani, and S. KirchnerWe study the thermal and nonthermal steady-state scaling functions and the steady-state dynamics of a model of local quantum criticality. The model we … - Tomographic Constraints on High-Energy Neutrinos of Hadronuclear Origin

Author(s): Shin’ichiro Ando, Irene Tamborra, and Fabio ZandanelMounting evidence suggests that the TeV–PeV neutrino flux detected by the IceCube telescope has mainly an extragalactic origin. If such n … - Lepton Universality Test in the Photoproduction of e^{−} e^{+} Versus μ^{−} μ^{+} Pairs on a Proton Target

Author(s): Vladyslav Pauk and Marc VanderhaeghenIn view of the significantly different proton charge radius extracted from muonic hydrogen Lamb shift measurements as compared to electronic hydrogen sp … - Measurement of the Absolute Branching Fraction for Λ_{c}^{+} →Λe^{+} ν_{e}

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)We report the first measurement of the absolute branching fraction for Λ_{c}^{+}→Λe^{+}ν_{e}. This measurement is based on 567 pb^{−1} of e^{+}e^{−} … - Can Nonrelativistic QCD Explain the γγ^{*} →η_{c} Transition Form Factor Data?

Author(s): Feng Feng, Yu Jia, and Wen-Long SangUnlike the bewildering situation in the γγ^{*}→π form factor, a widespread view is that perturbative QCD can decently account for the recent BABAR measur … - Lattice QCD Calculation of Hadronic Light-by-Light Scattering

Author(s): Jeremy Green, Oleksii Gryniuk, Georg von Hippel, Harvey B. Meyer, and Vladimir PascalutsaWe perform a lattice QCD calculation of the hadronic light-by-light scattering amplitude in a broad … - Isospin Mixing in ^{80} Zr: From Finite to Zero Temperature

Author(s): S. Ceruti et al.The isospin mixing was deduced in the compound nucleus ^{80}Zr at an excitation energy of E^{*}=54 MeV from the γ decay of the giant dipole resonance. The reaction ^{40}Ca+ … - New Sum Rule for the Nuclear Magnetic Polarizability

Author(s): Mikhail GorchteinThe well-known Levinger-Bethe photonuclear sum rule relates the strength of the photoexcitation of the giant dipole resonance in a nucleus to the number of nucleons in that … - Phonon Cooling by an Optomechanical Heat Pump

Author(s): Ying Dong, F. Bariani, and P. MeystreWe propose and analyze theoretically a cavity optomechanical analog of a heat pump that uses a polariton fluid to cool mechanical modes coupled to a sin … - Correlated Emission Lasing in Harmonic Oscillators Coupled via a Single Three-Level Artificial Atom

Author(s): Z. H. Peng, Yu-xi Liu, J. T. Peltonen, T. Yamamoto, J. S. Tsai, and O. AstafievA single superconducting artificial atom can be used for coupling electromagnetic fields up to the single-phot … - Broadband Coherent Enhancement of Transmission and Absorption in Disordered Media

Author(s): Chia Wei Hsu, Arthur Goetschy, Yaron Bromberg, A. Douglas Stone, and Hui CaoSpatial modulation of the incident wave front has become a powerful method for controlling the diffusive transpor … - Ultrabroadband Dispersive Radiation by Spatiotemporal Oscillation of Multimode Waves

Author(s): Logan G. Wright, Stefan Wabnitz, Demetrios N. Christodoulides, and Frank W. WiseLight pulses in an optical fiber with a large core can undergo dramatic oscillations in their intensity. Thes … - Crossover from β to α Relaxation in Cooperative Facilitation Dynamics

Author(s): Mauro Sellittoβ and α relaxation processes are dynamical scaling regimes of glassy systems occurring on two separate time scales which both diverge as the glass state is approached. We stud … - Spin-Current to Charge-Current Conversion and Magnetoresistance in a Hybrid Structure of Graphene and Yttrium Iron Garnet

Author(s): J. B. S. Mendes, O. Alves Santos, L. M. Meireles, R. G. Lacerda, L. H. Vilela-Leão, F. L. A. Machado, R. L. Rodríguez-Suárez, A. Azevedo, and S. M. RezendeThe use of graphene in spintronic … - Selective Amplification of the Primary Exciton in a MoS_{2} Monolayer

Author(s): Hyun Seok Lee, Min Su Kim, Youngjo Jin, Gang Hee Han, Young Hee Lee, and Jeongyong KimOptoelectronics applications for transition-metal dichalcogenides are still limited by weak light absor … - Magnetic Field Tuning and Quantum Interference in a Cooper Pair Splitter

Author(s): G. Fülöp, F. Domínguez, S. d’Hollosy, A. Baumgartner, P. Makk, M. H. Madsen, V. A. Guzenko, J. Nygård, C. Schönenberger, A. Levy Yeyati, and S. CsonkaCooper pair splitting (CPS) is a proces … - Topological Constraints in Directed Polymer Melts

Author(s): Pablo Serna, Guy Bunin, and Adam NahumPolymers in a melt may be subject to topological constraints, as in the example of unlinked polymer rings. How to do statistical mechanics in the prese … - Hydrodynamic and Contact Contributions to Continuous Shear Thickening in Colloidal Suspensions

Author(s): Neil Y. C. Lin, Ben M. Guy, Michiel Hermes, Chris Ness, Jin Sun, Wilson C. K. Poon, and Itai CohenExperiments explain the significant increase in viscosity that occurs when stirring a mixtu … - Necessity of Eigenstate Thermalization

Author(s): Giacomo De Palma, Alessio Serafini, Vittorio Giovannetti, and Marcus CramerUnder the eigenstate thermalization hypothesis (ETH), quantum-quenched systems equilibrate towards canonical, ther … - Testing Nonassociative Quantum Mechanics

Author(s): Martin Bojowald, Suddhasattwa Brahma, and Umut BüyükçamThe familiar concepts of state vectors and operators in quantum mechanics rely on associative products of observables. However, these … - Absence of Disorder-Driven Metal-Insulator Transitions in Simple Holographic Models

Author(s): Sašo Grozdanov, Andrew Lucas, Subir Sachdev, and Koenraad SchalmWe study electrical transport in a strongly coupled strange metal in two spatial dimensions at finite temperature and charge … - Composite Heavy Vector Triplet in the ATLAS Diboson Excess

Author(s): Andrea Thamm, Riccardo Torre, and Andrea WulzerVector triplets of the standard model SU(2)_{L} group are a universal prediction of “natural” new physics models involving a new composite sec … - Observation of B^{0} →pΛ [over ¯] D^{(*)−}

Author(s): Y.-Y. Chang et al. (Belle Collaboration)We report the first observation of the decays B^{0}→pΛ[over ¯]D^{(*)−}. The data sample of 711 fb^{−1} used in this analysis corresponds to 772×10^{ … - Observation of a Neutral Structure near the DD [over ¯] ^{*} Mass Threshold in e^{+} e^{−} →(DD [over ¯] ^{*} )^{0} π^{0} at sqrt[s] =4.226 and 4.257 GeV

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)A neutral structure in the DD[over ¯]^{*} system around the DD[over ¯]^{*} mass threshold is observed with a statistical significance greater than 10 … - Azimuthal Anisotropy in U+U and Au+Au Collisions at RHIC

Author(s): L. Adamczyk et al. (STAR Collaboration)Collisions between prolate uranium nuclei are used to study how particle production and azimuthal anisotropies depend on initial geometry in heavy-ion … - Observation of Spin-Dependent Charge Symmetry Breaking in ΛN Interaction: Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy of _{Λ} ^{4} He

Author(s): T. O. Yamamoto et al. (J-PARC E13 Collaboration)The energy spacing of the spin-doublet states in the Λ4He hypernucleus indicate a large spin dependent charge symmetry breaking in the ΛN int … - Rotational-State-Dependent Dispersion of Molecules by Pulsed Optical Standing Waves

Author(s): Xing Nan Sun, Lee Yeong Kim, Bum Suk Zhao (조범석), and Doo Soo ChungWe report on the rotational-state-dependent, transverse acceleration of CS_{2} molecules affected by pulsed optical standin … - Positronium Production and Scattering below Its Breakup Threshold

Author(s): S. J. Brawley, S. E. Fayer, M. Shipman, and G. LaricchiaRecent findings on the similarity between electron and positronium scattering at the same velocity [Brawley et al., Science 330, 789 ... - Cooperative Emission of a Pulse Train in an Optically Thick Scattering Medium

Author(s): C. C. Kwong, T. Yang, D. Delande, R. Pierrat, and D. WilkowskiAn optically thick cold atomic cloud emits a coherent flash of light in the forward direction when the phase of an incident pro ... - Absorption of an Electron by a Dielectric Wall

Author(s): F. X. Bronold and H. FehskeWe introduce a method for calculating the probability with which a low-energy electron hitting the wall of a bounded plasma gets stuck in it and apply the method ... - Chiral d-Wave Superfluid in Periodically Driven Lattices

Author(s): Shao-Liang Zhang, Li-Jun Lang, and Qi ZhouA chiral d-wave superfluid is a preliminary example of interacting topological matter. However, unlike s-wave superfluids prevalent in nature, its ... - Angular-Dependent Phase Factor of Shubnikov–de Haas Oscillations in the Dirac Semimetal Cd_{3} As_{2}

Author(s): Z. J. Xiang, D. Zhao, Z. Jin, C. Shang, L. K. Ma, G. J. Ye, B. Lei, T. Wu, Z. C. Xia, and X. H. ChenWe measure the magnetotransport properties of the three-dimensional Dirac semimetal Cd_{3 ... - Suppression of Three-Dimensional Charge Density Wave Ordering via Thickness Control

Author(s): Gideok Kim, Michael Neumann, Minu Kim, Manh Duc Le, Tae Dong Kang, and Tae Won NohBarium bismuth oxide (BaBiO_{3}) is the end member of two families of high-T_{c} superconductors, i.e., BaP ... - Formation of Molecular-Orbital Bands in a Twisted Hubbard Tube: Implications for Unconventional Superconductivity in K_{2} Cr_{3} As_{3}

Author(s): Hanting Zhong, Xiao-Yong Feng, Hua Chen, and Jianhui DaiWe study a twisted Hubbard tube modeling the [CrAs]_{∞} structure of quasi-one-dimensional superconductors A_{2}Cr_{3}As_{3} (A=K, Rb … - Leggett Modes and the Anderson-Higgs Mechanism in Superconductors without Inversion Symmetry

Author(s): Nikolaj Bittner, Dietrich Einzel, Ludwig Klam, and Dirk ManskeWe develop a microscopic and gauge-invariant theory for collective modes resulting from the phase of the superconducting order … - Short-Time Glassy Dynamics in Viscous Protein Solutions with Competing Interactions

Author(s): P. Douglas Godfrin, Steven D. Hudson, Kunlun Hong, Lionel Porcar, Peter Falus, Norman J. Wagner, and Yun LiuThe glass transition of colloidal dispersions interacting with both a short-range … - Cosmological Relaxation of the Electroweak Scale

Author(s): Peter W. Graham, David E. Kaplan, and Surjeet RajendranA theoretical proposal ties the puzzling light mass of the Higgs particle to a hypothetical new particle that plays an important role … - Alignment of Copolymer Morphology by Planar Step Elongation during Spinodal Self-Assembly

Author(s): Marcus Müller and Jiuzhou TangUsing simulation and numerical self-consistent field theory of an unentangled diblock copolymer melt, we study the interplay between relaxation of molecular co … - Maximum of a Fractional Brownian Motion: Analytic Results from Perturbation Theory

Author(s): Mathieu Delorme and Kay Jörg WieseFractional Brownian motion is a non-Markovian Gaussian process X_{t}, indexed by the Hurst exponent H. It generalizes standard Brownian motion (correspondi … - Gravitation-Wave Emission in Shift-Symmetric Horndeski Theories

Author(s): Enrico Barausse and Kent YagiGravity theories beyond general relativity typically predict dipolar gravitational emission by compact-star binaries. This emission is sourced by “sensitivity” … - W^{′} Boson near 2 TeV: Predictions for Run 2 of the LHC

Author(s): Bogdan A. Dobrescu and Zhen LiuWe present a renormalizable theory that includes a W^{′} boson of mass in the 1.8–2 TeV range, which may explain the excess events reported by the ATLAS Colla … - Dynamic Isovector Reorientation of Deuteron as a Probe to Nuclear Symmetry Energy

Author(s): Li Ou (欧立), Zhigang Xiao (肖志刚), Han Yi (易晗), Ning Wang (王宁), Min Liu (刘敏), and Junlong Tian (田俊龙)We present the calculations on a novel reorientation effect of deuteron attributed to isovec … - Multicolor High-Gain Free-Electron Laser Driven by Seeded Microbunching Instability

Author(s): E. Roussel, E. Ferrari, E. Allaria, G. Penco, S. Di Mitri, M. Veronese, M. Danailov, D. Gauthier, and L. GiannessiLaser-heater systems are essential tools to control and optimize high-gain … - Increasing the Brightness of Cold Ion Beams by Suppressing Disorder-Induced Heating with Rydberg Blockade

Author(s): D. Murphy, R. E. Scholten, and B. M. SparkesA model for the equilibrium coupling of an ion system with varying initial hard-sphere Rydberg blockade correlations is used to quantify the supp … - Bistable Photon Emission from a Solid-State Single-Atom Laser

Author(s): Neill Lambert, Franco Nori, and Christian FlindtWe predict a bistability in the photon emission from a solid-state single-atom laser comprising a microwave cavity coupled to a voltage-biase … - Self-Assembled Wigner Crystals as Mediators of Spin Currents and Quantum Information

Author(s): Bobby Antonio, Abolfazl Bayat, Sanjeev Kumar, Michael Pepper, and Sougato BoseTechnological applications of many-body structures that emerge in gated devices under minimal control are large … - Topological Edge States with Zero Hall Conductivity in a Dimerized Hofstadter Model

Author(s): Alexander Lau, Carmine Ortix, and Jeroen van den BrinkThe Hofstadter model is a simple yet powerful Hamiltonian to study quantum Hall physics in a lattice system, manifesting its essential … - Quantum Nonlinear Hall Effect Induced by Berry Curvature Dipole in Time-Reversal Invariant Materials

Author(s): Inti Sodemann and Liang FuIt is well known that a nonvanishing Hall conductivity requires broken time-reversal symmetry. However, in this work, we demonstrate that Hall-like currents can oc … - Many-Body Theory of Ultrafast Demagnetization and Angular Momentum Transfer in Ferromagnetic Transition Metals

Author(s): W. Töws and G. M. PastorExact calculated time evolutions in the framework of a many-electron model of itinerant magnetism provide new insights into the laser-induced ultrafast demagnetizati … - Small Crowders Slow Down Kinesin-1 Stepping by Hindering Motor Domain Diffusion

Author(s): Krzysztof Sozański, Felix Ruhnow, Agnieszka Wiśniewska, Marcin Tabaka, Stefan Diez, and Robert HołystResearchers used a viscous fluid to disrupt the operation of a molecular motor that tran … - Kinetics of Social Contagion

Author(s): Zhongyuan Ruan, Gerardo Iñiguez, Márton Karsai, and János KertészDiffusion of information, behavioral patterns or innovations follows diverse pathways depending on a number of conditions, i … - Publisher’s Note: Dichotomy between the Hole and Electron Behavior in Multiband Superconductor FeSe Probed by Ultrahigh Magnetic Fields [Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 027006 (2015)]

Author(s): M. D. Watson, T. Yamashita, S. Kasahara, W. Knafo, M. Nardone, J. Béard, F. Hardy, A. McCollam, A. Narayanan, S. F. Blake, T. Wolf, A. A. Haghighirad, C. Meingast, A. J. Schofield, H. v. Lö … - Antiferromagnetic Heisenberg Spin Chain of a Few Cold Atoms in a One-Dimensional Trap

Author(s): S. Murmann, F. Deuretzbacher, G. Zürn, J. Bjerlin, S. M. Reimann, L. Santos, T. Lompe, and S. JochimQuantum magnetism that goes beyond nearest-neighbor correlations has been observed in a s … - Minimal Model of Spin-Transfer Torque and Spin Pumping Caused by the Spin Hall Effect

Author(s): Wei Chen, Manfred Sigrist, Jairo Sinova, and Dirk ManskeIn the normal-metal–ferromagnetic-insulator bilayer (such as Pt/Y_{3}Fe_{5}O_{12}) and the normal-metal–ferromagnetic-metal–oxide tri … - Reciprocity Between Robustness of Period and Plasticity of Phase in Biological Clocks

Author(s): Tetsuhiro S. Hatakeyama and Kunihiko KanekoA theoretical analysis explains why circadian clocks can be robust but also able to adapt to environmental changes.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 218101] … - Quantum Speed Limits for Leakage and Decoherence

Author(s): Iman Marvian and Daniel A. LidarWe introduce state-independent, nonperturbative Hamiltonian quantum speed limits for population leakage and fidelity loss, for a gapped open system interacti … - Limitations on the Evolution of Quantum Coherences: Towards Fully Quantum Second Laws of Thermodynamics

Author(s): Piotr Ćwikliński, Michał Studziński, Michał Horodecki, and Jonathan OppenheimThermodynamic laws that are unique to quantum systems in a superposition of states have been derived using an in … - Electron and Ion Heating Characteristics during Magnetic Reconnection in the MAST Spherical Tokamak

Author(s): H. Tanabe, T. Yamada, T. Watanabe, K. Gi, K. Kadowaki, M. Inomoto, R. Imazawa, M. Gryaznevich, C. Michael, B. Crowley, N. J. Conway, R. Scannell, J. Harrison, I. Fitzgerald, A. Meakins, N. … - Interplay of Surface and Dirac Plasmons in Topological Insulators: The Case of Bi_{2} Se_{3}

Author(s): A. Politano, V. M. Silkin, I. A. Nechaev, M. S. Vitiello, L. Viti, Z. S. Aliev, M. B. Babanly, G. Chiarello, P. M. Echenique, and E. V. ChulkovWe have investigated plasmonic excitations at … - Phase Diagram of an Extended Quantum Dimer Model on the Hexagonal Lattice

Author(s): Thiago Schlittler, Thomas Barthel, Grégoire Misguich, Julien Vidal, and Rémy MosseriWe introduce a quantum dimer model on the hexagonal lattice that, in addition to the standard three-dimer … - Long Lifetime Hole Traps at Grain Boundaries in CdTe Thin-Film Photovoltaics

Author(s): B. G. Mendis, D. Gachet, J. D. Major, and K. DuroseA novel time-resolved cathodoluminescence method, where a pulsed electron beam is generated via the photoelectric effect, is used to probe … - Erratum: Neutral Atom Frequency Reference in the Deep Ultraviolet with Fractional Uncertainty=5.7×10^{−15} [Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 183004 (2012)]

Author(s): J. J. McFerran, L. Yi, S. Mejri, S. Di Manno, W. Zhang, J. Guéna, Y. Le Coq, and S. Bize[Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 219901] Published Wed Nov 18, 2015 - Hierarchy of Steering Criteria Based on Moments for All Bipartite Quantum Systems

Author(s): Ioannis Kogias, Paul Skrzypczyk, Daniel Cavalcanti, Antonio Acín, and Gerardo AdessoEinstein-Podolsky-Rosen steering is a manifestation of quantum correlations exhibited by quantum systems … - Precision Measurement of the Helium Flux in Primary Cosmic Rays of Rigidities 1.9 GV to 3 TV with the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer on the International Space Station

Author(s): M. Aguilar et al. (AMS Collaboration)Improved measurements of the helium cosmic ray spectrum taken by the space-based Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer find deviations from a single power law beh … - Enhancing the Bandwidth of Gravitational-Wave Detectors with Unstable Optomechanical Filters

Author(s): Haixing Miao, Yiqiu Ma, Chunnong Zhao, and Yanbei ChenAdvanced interferometric gravitational-wave detectors use optical cavities to resonantly enhance their shot-noise-limited sensitivity. … - Evanescent Effects can Alter Ultraviolet Divergences in Quantum Gravity without Physical Consequences

Author(s): Zvi Bern, Clifford Cheung, Huan-Hang Chi, Scott Davies, Lance Dixon, and Josh NohleEvanescent operators such as the Gauss-Bonnet term have vanishing perturbative matrix elements in exactly … - Isocurvature Perturbation of Weakly Interacting Massive Particles and Small Scale Structure

Author(s): Ki-Young Choi, Jinn-Ouk Gong, and Chang Sub ShinThe adiabatic perturbation of dark matter is damped during the kinetic decoupling due to the collision with a relativistic component on subho … - Standard Model Prediction for Direct CP Violation in K→ππ Decay

Author(s): Z. Bai, T. Blum, P. A. Boyle, N. H. Christ, J. Frison, N. Garron, T. Izubuchi, C. Jung, C. Kelly, C. Lehner, R. D. Mawhinney, C. T. Sachrajda, A. Soni, and D. Zhang (RBC and UKQCD Collabora … - Neutron Electric Dipole Moment and Tensor Charges from Lattice QCD

Author(s): Tanmoy Bhattacharya, Vincenzo Cirigliano, Rajan Gupta, Huey-Wen Lin, and Boram Yoon (PNDME Collaboration)We present lattice QCD results on the neutron tensor charges including, for the firs … - Cross Sections for the Exclusive Photon Electroproduction on the Proton and Generalized Parton Distributions

Author(s): H. S. Jo et al. (CLAS Collaboration)Unpolarized and beam-polarized fourfold cross sections (d^{4}σ/dQ^{2}dx_{B}dtdϕ) for the ep→e^{′}p^{′}γ reaction were measured using the CLAS detector an … - Blast Dynamics in a Dissipative Gas

Author(s): M. Barbier, D. Villamaina, and E. TrizacSelf-similar corrugated instabilities form after intense localized explosions in dissipative gasses.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 214301] Published Tue Nov … - Self-Organized Stationary States of Tokamaks

Author(s): S. C. Jardin, N. Ferraro, and I. KrebsWe demonstrate that in a 3D resistive magnetohydrodynamic simulation, for some parameters it is possible to form a stationary state in a tokamak where … - Experimental Validation of a Filament Transport Model in Turbulent Magnetized Plasmas

Author(s): D. Carralero, P. Manz, L. Aho-Mantila, G. Birkenmeier, M. Brix, M. Groth, H. W. Müller, U. Stroth, N. Vianello, E. Wolfrum, ASDEX Upgrade team, JET Contributors, and EUROfusion MST1 TeamIn … - Ultrafast Synchrotron-Enhanced Thermalization of Laser-Driven Colliding Pair Plasmas

Author(s): M. Lobet, C. Ruyer, A. Debayle, E. d’Humières, M. Grech, M. Lemoine, and L. GremilletWe report on the first self-consistent numerical study of the feasibility of laser-driven relativistic p … - Optical Metacages

Author(s): Ali Mirzaei, Andrey E. Miroshnichenko, Ilya V. Shadrivov, and Yuri S. KivsharAn array of equally spaced nanowires, dubbed metacage, could block optical radiation from entering or escaping a … - Convective Cage Release in Model Colloidal Glasses

Author(s): Alan R. Jacob, Andreas S. Poulos, Sunhyung Kim, Jan Vermant, and George PetekidisThe mechanism of flow in glassy materials is interrogated using mechanical spectroscopy applied to model nea … - Shadows of Kerr Black Holes with Scalar Hair

Author(s): Pedro V. P. Cunha, Carlos A. R. Herdeiro, Eugen Radu, and Helgi F. RúnarssonUsing backwards ray tracing, we study the shadows of Kerr black holes with scalar hair (KBHSH). KBHSH interpolate … - Search for GeV γ-Ray Pair Halos Around Low Redshift Blazars

Author(s): Wenlei Chen, James H. Buckley, and Francesc FerrerAnalysis of data from the Fermi Large Angle Telescope provides an indication of halos of gamma ray pairs around blazars at low redshift, an … - Local Operators in the Eternal Black Hole

Author(s): Kyriakos Papadodimas and Suvrat RajuIn the AdS/CFT correspondence, states obtained by Hamiltonian evolution of the thermofield doubled state are also dual to an eternal black-hole geometry, … - Probing the Charm Quark Yukawa Coupling in Higgs+Charm Production

Author(s): Ilaria Brivio, Florian Goertz, and Gino IsidoriWe propose a new method for determining the coupling of the Higgs boson to charm quarks, via Higgs production in association with a charm-tagg … - Sensing Atomic Motion from the Zero Point to Room Temperature with Ultrafast Atom Interferometry

Author(s): K. G. Johnson, B. Neyenhuis, J. Mizrahi, J. D. Wong-Campos, and C. MonroeUltrafast laser pulses can be used to control and characterize the quantum motion of a single trapped ion over 5 ord … - Origin of the Large Anisotropic g Factor of Holes in Bismuth

Author(s): Yuki Fuseya, Zengwei Zhu, Benoît Fauqué, Woun Kang, Bertrand Lenoir, and Kamran BehniaThe ratio of the Zeeman splitting to the cyclotron energy (M=ΔE_{Z}/ℏω_{c}) for holelike carriers in bi … - Quantum Phase Transition and Protected Ideal Transport in a Kondo Chain

Author(s): A. M. Tsvelik and O. M. YevtushenkoSpontaneous breaking of helical symmetry in 1d interacting systems can result in symmetry protected ballistic transport.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 216402] Pub … - Resonant and Inelastic Andreev Tunneling Observed on a Carbon Nanotube Quantum Dot

Author(s): J. Gramich, A. Baumgartner, and C. SchönenbergerWe report the observation of two fundamental subgap transport processes through a quantum dot (QD) with a superconducting contact. The device … - Spin-Fluctuation Mechanism of Anomalous Temperature Dependence of Magnetocrystalline Anisotropy in Itinerant Magnets

Author(s): I. A. Zhuravlev, V. P. Antropov, and K. D. BelashchenkoThe origins of the anomalous temperature dependence of magnetocrystalline anisotropy in (Fe_{1−x}Co_{x})_{2}B alloys are elucidated us … - Observation of Fermi-Arc Spin Texture in TaAs

Author(s): B. Q. Lv, S. Muff, T. Qian, Z. D. Song, S. M. Nie, N. Xu, P. Richard, C. E. Matt, N. C. Plumb, L. X. Zhao, G. F. Chen, Z. Fang, X. Dai, J. H. Dil, J. Mesot, M. Shi, H. M. Weng, and H. DingW … - High-Resolution Faraday Rotation and Electron-Phonon Coupling in Surface States of the Bulk-Insulating Topological Insulator Cu_{0.02} Bi_{2} Se_{3}

Author(s): Liang Wu, Wang-Kong Tse, M. Brahlek, C. M. Morris, R. Valdés Aguilar, N. Koirala, S. Oh, and N. P. ArmitageWe have utilized time-domain magnetoterahertz spectroscopy to investigate the low- … - Evolution Arrests Invasions of Cooperative Populations

Author(s): Kirill S. KorolevWhen a strongly cooperative species invades new territory, its spread can slow down or stop, according to a mathematical model, suggesting potential strategies against canc … - Publisher’s Note: _{37} ^{97} Rb_{60} : The Cornerstone of the Region of Deformation around A∼100 [Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 172501 (2015)]

Author(s): C. Sotty et al.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 209902] Published Fri Nov 13, 2015 - Quantum Nondemolition Measurement Enables Macroscopic Leggett-Garg Tests

Author(s): C. Budroni, G. Vitagliano, G. Colangelo, R. J. Sewell, O. Gühne, G. Tóth, and M. W. MitchellWe show how a test of macroscopic realism based on Leggett-Garg inequalities (LGIs) can be perfor … - Coherent Backscattering Reveals the Anderson Transition

Author(s): S. Ghosh, D. Delande, C. Miniatura, and N. CherroretWe develop an accurate finite-time scaling analysis of the angular width of the coherent backscattering (CBS) peak for waves propagating … - Can Dark Matter Induce Cosmological Evolution of the Fundamental Constants of Nature?

Author(s): Y. V. Stadnik and V. V. FlambaumWe demonstrate that massive fields, such as dark matter, can directly produce a cosmological evolution of the fundamental constants of nature. We show that a … - Shape-Independent Limits to Near-Field Radiative Heat Transfer

Author(s): Owen D. Miller, Steven G. Johnson, and Alejandro W. RodriguezThe maximum amount of radiative heat that can be transferred between two objects of any shape has been calculated for separation … - Exploring the Single Atom Spin State by Electron Spectroscopy

Author(s): Yung-Chang Lin, Po-Yuan Teng, Po-Wen Chiu, and Kazu SuenagaElectron microscopy experiments have measured the spin state of individual metal atoms on a graphene layer, characterizing their p … - Suppression of Baryon Diffusion and Transport in a Baryon Rich Strongly Coupled Quark-Gluon Plasma

Author(s): Romulo Rougemont, Jorge Noronha, and Jacquelyn Noronha-HostlerFive dimensional black hole solutions that describe the QCD crossover transition seen in (2+1)-flavor lattice QCD calculations … - Emergent Devil’s Staircase without Particle-Hole Symmetry in Rydberg Quantum Gases with Competing Attractive and Repulsive Interactions

Author(s): Zhihao Lan, Jiří Minář, Emanuele Levi, Weibin Li, and Igor LesanovskyThe devil’s staircase is a fractal structure that characterizes the ground state of one-dimensional classical lattice ga … - Observation of Bloch Oscillations in Molecular Rotation

Author(s): Johannes Floß, Andrei Kamalov, Ilya Sh. Averbukh, and Philip H. BucksbaumA type of quantum oscillation—known to occur for electrons in a crystal—has now been observed in a gas of molecular …