- Completing the Picture for the Smallest Eigenvalue of Real Wishart Matrices

Author(s): G. Akemann, T. Guhr, M. Kieburg, R. Wegner, and T. WirtzRectangular real N×(N+ν) matrices W with a Gaussian distribution appear very frequently in data analysis, condensed matter physics, a … - Experimental Observation of Hardy-Like Quantum Contextuality

Author(s): Breno Marques, Johan Ahrens, Mohamed Nawareg, Adán Cabello, and Mohamed BourennaneContextuality is a fundamental property of quantum theory and a critical resource for quantum computation. … - General Transfer-Function Approach to Noise Filtering in Open-Loop Quantum Control

Author(s): Gerardo A. Paz-Silva and Lorenza ViolaWe present a general transfer-function approach to noise filtering in open-loop Hamiltonian engineering protocols for open quantum systems. We show how … - Using Entanglement Against Noise in Quantum Metrology

Author(s): Rafal Demkowicz-Dobrzański and Lorenzo MacconeWe analyze the role of entanglement among probes and with external ancillas in quantum metrology. In the absence of noise, it is known that une … - Dark Energy from the String Axiverse

Author(s): Marc Kamionkowski, Josef Pradler, and Devin G. E. WalkerString theories suggest the existence of a plethora of axionlike fields with masses spread over a huge number of decades. Here, we sh … - Large Low-Energy M1 Strength for ^{56,57}Fe within the Nuclear Shell Model

Author(s): B. Alex Brown and A. C. LarsenA strong enhancement at low γ-ray energies has recently been discovered in the γ-ray strength function of 56,57Fe. In this work, we have for the first time obt … - Macroscopic Manipulation of High-Order-Harmonic Generation Through Bound-State Coherent Control

Author(s): Itai Hadas and Alon BahabadWe propose a paradigm for macroscopic control of high-order harmonic generation by modulating the bound-state population of the medium atoms. A unique result of t … - Experimental Demonstration of Longitudinal Beam Phase-Space Linearizer in a Free-Electron Laser Facility by Corrugated Structures

Author(s): Haixiao Deng, Meng Zhang, Chao Feng, Tong Zhang, Xingtao Wang, Taihe Lan, Lie Feng, Wenyan Zhang, Xiaoqing Liu, Haifeng Yao, Lei Shen, Bin Li, Junqiang Zhang, Xuan Li, Wencheng Fang, Dan Wa … - Rotation and Kinetic Modifications of the Tokamak Ideal-Wall Pressure Limit

Author(s): J. E. Menard, Z. Wang, Y. Liu, R. E. Bell, S. M. Kaye, J.-K. Park, and K. TritzThe impact of toroidal rotation, energetic ions, and drift-kinetic effects on the tokamak ideal wall mode stab … - Chladni Solitons and the Onset of the Snaking Instability for Dark Solitons in Confined Superfluids

Author(s): A. Muñoz Mateo and J. BrandComplex solitary waves composed of intersecting vortex lines are predicted in a channeled superfluid. Their shapes in a cylindrical trap include a cross, spoke wh … - Asymptotic Scaling Behavior of Self-Avoiding Walks on Critical Percolation Clusters

Author(s): Niklas Fricke and Wolfhard JankeWe study self-avoiding walks on three-dimensional critical percolation clusters using a new exact enumeration method. It overcomes the exponential increase i … - Topological Pair-Density-Wave Superconducting States

Author(s): Gil Young Cho, Rodrigo Soto-Garrido, and Eduardo FradkinWe show that the pair-density-wave (PDW) superconducting state emergent in extended Heisenberg-Hubbard models in two-leg ladders is t … - Interfacial Fermi Loops from Interfacial Symmetries

Author(s): Ryuji Takahashi and Shuichi MurakamiWe propose a concept of interfacial symmetries such as interfacial particle-hole symmetry and interfacial time-reversal symmetry, which appear in interfa … - Nonequilibrium Probing of Two-Level Charge Fluctuators Using the Step Response of a Single-Electron Transistor

Author(s): A. Pourkabirian, M. V. Gustafsson, G. Johansson, J. Clarke, and P. DelsingWe report a new method to study two-level fluctuators (TLFs) by measuring the offset charge induced after applying … - Spin-Relaxation Anisotropy in a GaAs Quantum Dot

Author(s): P. Scarlino, E. Kawakami, P. Stano, M. Shafiei, C. Reichl, W. Wegscheider, and L. M. K. VandersypenThe electron spin-relaxation time of a quantum dot can be controlled by varying the orient … - Electrical and Thermal Control of Magnetic Exchange Interactions

Author(s): Jonas Fransson, Jie Ren, and Jian-Xin ZhuWe investigate the far-from-equilibrium nature of magnetic anisotropy and exchange interactions between molecular magnets embedded in a tunnel junct … - Topological Transitions from Multipartite Entanglement with Tensor Networks: A Procedure for Sharper and Faster Characterization

Author(s): Román Orús, Tzu-Chieh Wei, Oliver Buerschaper, and Artur García-SaezTopological order in two-dimensional (2D) quantum matter can be determined by the topological contribution to the entangl … - Vortex Arrays and Mesoscale Turbulence of Self-Propelled Particles

Author(s): Robert Großmann, Pawel Romanczuk, Markus Bär, and Lutz Schimansky-GeierInspired by the Turing mechanism for pattern formation, we propose a simple self-propelled particle model with short-r … - Computational Advantage from Quantum-Controlled Ordering of Gates

Author(s): Mateus Araújo, Fabio Costa, and Časlav BruknerProposal to allow the order in which quantum gates are performed to be switched around, which could result in more powerful quantum computers.[ ... - Work Measurement as a Generalized Quantum Measurement

Author(s): Augusto J. Roncaglia, Federico Cerisola, and Juan Pablo PazA new method of measuring work in a quantum-mechanical setting provides a way to evaluate the thermodynamics of small, fluctuating ... - What the Timing of Millisecond Pulsars Can Teach us about Their Interior

Author(s): Mark G. Alford and Kai SchwenzerThe cores of compact stars reach the highest densities in nature and therefore could consist of novel phases of matter. We demonstrate via a detailed analysi ... - Theoretical Tracking of Resonance-Enhanced Multiple Ionization Pathways in X-ray Free-Electron Laser Pulses

Author(s): Phay J. Ho, Christoph Bostedt, Sebastian Schorb, and Linda YoungWe present an extended Monte Carlo rate equation approach to examine the inner-shell ionization dynamics of atoms in an inten ... - Demonstration of Single-Crystal Self-Seeded Two-Color X-Ray Free-Electron Lasers

Author(s): A. A. Lutman, F.-J Decker, J. Arthur, M. Chollet, Y. Feng, J. Hastings, Z. Huang, H. Lemke, H.-D. Nuhn, A. Marinelli, J. L. Turner, S. Wakatsuki, J. Welch, and D. ZhuA scheme for generating ... - Momentum-Space Entanglement Spectrum of Bosons and Fermions with Interactions

Author(s): Rex Lundgren, Jonathan Blair, Martin Greiter, Andreas Läuchli, Gregory A. Fiete, and Ronny ThomaleWe study the momentum space entanglement spectra of bosonic and fermionic formulations of t ... - Topological Nature of Optical Bound States in the Continuum

Author(s): Bo Zhen, Chia Wei Hsu, Ling Lu, A. Douglas Stone, and Marin SoljačićOptical bound states in the continuum (BICs) have recently been realized in photonic crystal slabs, where the disappearan ... - Multiple Glass Singularities and Isodynamics in a Core-Softened Model for Glass-Forming Systems

Author(s): Nicoletta Gnan, Gayatri Das, Matthias Sperl, Francesco Sciortino, and Emanuela ZaccarelliWe investigate the slow dynamics of a simple glass former whose interaction potential is the sum of ... - Entanglement and Spin Squeezing in Non-Hermitian Phase Transitions

Author(s): Tony E. Lee, Florentin Reiter, and Nimrod MoiseyevWe show that non-Hermitian dynamics generate substantial entanglement in many-body systems. We consider the non-Hermitian Lipkin-Meshkov-Gl ... - Low-Threshold Bidirectional Air Lasing

Author(s): Alexandre Laurain, Maik Scheller, and Pavel PolynkinA scheme using two pump wavelengths in the infrared and ultraviolet produces more efficient laserlike emission in air, which could benefi ... - Laminar, Turbulent, and Inertial Shear-Thickening Regimes in Channel Flow of Neutrally Buoyant Particle Suspensions

Author(s): Iman Lashgari, Francesco Picano, Wim-Paul Breugem, and Luca BrandtThe aim of this Letter is to characterize the flow regimes of suspensions of finite-size rigid particles in a viscous fluid ... - Universal Profile of the Vortex Condensate in Two-Dimensional Turbulence

Author(s): Jason Laurie, Guido Boffetta, Gregory Falkovich, Igor Kolokolov, and Vladimir LebedevAn inverse turbulent cascade in a restricted two-dimensional periodic domain creates a condensate—a pair ... - Creation of Ultracold ^{87}Rb^{133}Cs Molecules in the Rovibrational Ground State

Author(s): Peter K. Molony, Philip D. Gregory, Zhonghua Ji, Bo Lu, Michael P. Köppinger, C. Ruth Le Sueur, Caroline L. Blackley, Jeremy M. Hutson, and Simon L. CornishWe report the creation of a sampl ... - Topological Tuning in Three-Dimensional Dirac Semimetals

Author(s): Awadhesh Narayan, Domenico Di Sante, Silvia Picozzi, and Stefano SanvitoWe study with first-principles methods the interplay between bulk and surface Dirac fermions in three dimensional Dir ... - Geometry of Thin Nematic Elastomer Sheets

Author(s): Hillel Aharoni, Eran Sharon, and Raz KupfermanA thin sheet of nematic elastomer attains 3D configurations depending on the nematic director field upon heating. In this Letter, we describe t ... - Firefly Light Flashing: Oxygen Supply Mechanism

Author(s): Yueh-Lin Tsai, Chia-Wei Li, Tzay-Ming Hong, Jen-Zon Ho, En-Cheng Yang, Wen-Yen Wu, G. Margaritondo, Su-Ting Hsu, Edwin B. L. Ong, and Y. HwuX-ray images of the light-emitting organs in fire ... - High Strength, Molecularly Thin Nanoparticle Membranes

Author(s): K. Michael Salerno, Dan S. Bolintineanu, J. Matthew D. Lane, and Gary S. GrestThe unique strength observed in molecular thin films consisting of assemblies of nanoparticles encoded with sho ... - Search for Millicharged Particles Using Optically Levitated Microspheres

Author(s): David C. Moore, Alexander D. Rider, and Giorgio GrattaTiny dielectric spheres in an optical trap are used to search for hypothetical particles with a small fractional charge. [Phys. Rev. Le ... - Magnetic Moments of Light Nuclei from Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics

Author(s): S. R. Beane, E. Chang, S. Cohen, W. Detmold, H. W. Lin, K. Orginos, A. Parreño, M. J. Savage, and B. C. Tiburzi (NPLQCD Collaboration)We present the results of lattice QCD calculations of t ... - Spectroscopic Properties of Nuclear Skyrme Energy Density Functionals

Author(s): D. Tarpanov, J. Dobaczewski, J. Toivanen, and B. G. CarlssonWe address the question of how to improve the agreement between theoretical nuclear single-particle energies (SPEs) and observati ... - Universality in Molecular Halo Clusters

Author(s): P. Stipanović, L. Vranješ Markić, I. Bešlić, and J. BoronatThe ground state of weakly bound dimers and trimers with a radius extending well into the classically forbidden region is explored ... - Scaling Shift in Multicracked Fiber Bundles

Author(s): Fabio Manca, Stefano Giordano, Pier Luca Palla, and Fabrizio CleriBundles of fibers, wires, or filaments are ubiquitous structures in both natural and artificial materials. We investigate t ... - Interplay of Driving and Frequency Noise in the Spectra of Vibrational Systems

Author(s): Yaxing Zhang, J. Moser, J. Güttinger, A. Bachtold, and M. I. DykmanWe study the spectral effect of the fluctuations of the vibration frequency. Such fluctuations play a major role in nanome ... - Coherent Quasiparticles with a Small Fermi Surface in Lightly Doped Sr_{3}Ir_{2}O_{7}

Author(s): A. de la Torre, E. C. Hunter, A. Subedi, S. McKeown Walker, A. Tamai, T. K. Kim, M. Hoesch, R. S. Perry, A. Georges, and F. BaumbergerWe characterize the electron doping evolution of (Sr1-x ... - Scaling of Gene Expression with Transcription-Factor Fugacity

Author(s): Franz M. Weinert, Robert C. Brewster, Mattias Rydenfelt, Rob Phillips, and Willem K. KegelThe proteins associated with gene regulation are often shared between multiple pathways simultaneou ... - Energy Dissipation and Noise Correlations in Biochemical Sensing

Author(s): Christopher C. Govern and Pieter Rein ten WoldeTo measure chemical concentrations, cells need to extract information from stochastic receptor signals via signaling networks which are also i ... - Novel Method for Incorporating Model Uncertainties into Gravitational Wave Parameter Estimates

Author(s): Christopher J. Moore and Jonathan R. GairPosterior distributions on parameters computed from experimental data using Bayesian techniques are only as accurate as the models used to construct ... - Unidentified Line in X-Ray Spectra of the Andromeda Galaxy and Perseus Galaxy Cluster

Author(s): A. Boyarsky, O. Ruchayskiy, D. Iakubovskyi, and J. FranseAn x-ray feature recently detected by different astronomy groups may be the long-awaited signature of dark matter. [Phys. Rev. Lett. ... - Exact Correlation Functions in SU(2) N=2 Superconformal QCD

Author(s): Marco Baggio, Vasilis Niarchos, and Kyriakos PapadodimasWe report an exact solution of 2- and 3-point functions of chiral primary fields in SU(2) N=2 super-Yang-Mills theory coupled to four ... - Elliptic and Triangular Flow in p-Pb and Peripheral Pb-Pb Collisions from Parton Scatterings

Author(s): Adam Bzdak and Guo-Liang MaUsing a multiphase transport model (AMPT) we calculate the elliptic v2 and triangular v3 Fourier coefficients of the two-particle azimuthal correlation function i ... - Asymptotic Phase for Stochastic Oscillators

Author(s): Peter J. Thomas and Benjamin LindnerOscillations and noise are ubiquitous in physical and biological systems. When oscillations arise from a deterministic limit cycle, entrainment and synch ... - Approaching the Asymptotic Regime of Rapidly Rotating Convection: Boundary Layers versus Interior Dynamics

Author(s): S. Stellmach, M. Lischper, K. Julien, G. Vasil, J. S. Cheng, A. Ribeiro, E. M. King, and J. M. AurnouRapidly rotating Rayleigh-Bénard convection is studied by combining results from direct ... - In-depth Plasma-Wave Heating of Dense Plasma Irradiated by Short Laser Pulses

Author(s): M. Sherlock, E. G. Hill, R. G. Evans, S. J. Rose, and W. RozmusWe investigate the mechanism by which relativistic electron bunches created at the surface of a target irradiated by a very sh ... - Prediction of Near-Room-Temperature Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect on Honeycomb Materials

Author(s): Shu-Chun Wu, Guangcun Shan, and Binghai YanRecently, the long-sough quantum anomalous Hall effect was realized in a magnetic topological insulator. However, the requirement of an extremely ... - Coherent Quantum Dynamics in Steady-State Manifolds of Strongly Dissipative Systems

Author(s): Paolo Zanardi and Lorenzo Campos VenutiRecently, it has been realized that dissipative processes can be harnessed and exploited to the end of coherent quantum control and information proces ... - Phase Diagram of the Triangular Extended Hubbard Model

Author(s): Luca F. Tocchio, Claudius Gros, Xue-Feng Zhang ((张学锋)), and Sebastian EggertWe study the extended Hubbard model on the triangular lattice as a function of filling and interaction strength. ... - Breaking the Symmetry of Forward-Backward Light Emission with Localized and Collective Magnetoelectric Resonances in Arrays of Pyramid-Shaped Aluminum Nanoparticles

Author(s): S. R. K. Rodriguez, F. Bernal Arango, T. P. Steinbusch, M. A. Verschuuren, A. F. Koenderink, and J. Gómez RivasAn array of nanometer-sized aluminum pyramids acts as a directional antenna fo ... - Experimental Support for Tilt-Dependent Theory of Biomembrane Mechanics

Author(s): M. S. Jablin, K. Akabori, and J. F. NagleRecent simulations have indicated that the traditional model for topographical fluctuations in biomembranes should be enriched to include molecular ... - Biphasic, Lyotropic, Active Nematics

Author(s): Matthew L. Blow, Sumesh P. Thampi, and Julia M. YeomansActive nematic domains elongate and orient at their interface. Here this behavior is shown theoretically to arise from active stresses ... - Standard Rulers, Candles, and Clocks from the Low-Redshift Universe

Author(s): Alan Heavens, Raul Jimenez, and Licia VerdeA measure of how galaxies are spatially distributed can be determined in a new, more robust way. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 241302] Published Thu Dec … - Measurement of the Inclusive Electron Neutrino Charged Current Cross Section on Carbon with the T2K Near Detector

Author(s): K. Abe et al. (T2K Collaboration)The T2K off-axis near detector ND280 is used to make the first differential cross-section measurements of electron neutrino charged current interactions at … - Breakdown of the Dipole Approximation in Strong-Field Ionization

Author(s): A. Ludwig, J. Maurer, B. W. Mayer, C. R. Phillips, L. Gallmann, and U. KellerWe report the breakdown of the electric dipole approximation in the long-wavelength limit in strong-field ioniza … - Many-Body Localization in Dipolar Systems

Author(s): N. Y. Yao, C. R. Laumann, S. Gopalakrishnan, M. Knap, M. Müller, E. A. Demler, and M. D. LukinSystems of strongly interacting dipoles offer an attractive platform to study many-body localiz … - Subwavelength Multilayer Dielectrics: Ultrasensitive Transmission and Breakdown of Effective-Medium Theory

Author(s): Hanan Herzig Sheinfux, Ido Kaminer, Yonatan Plotnik, Guy Bartal, and Mordechai SegevWe show that a purely dielectric structure made of alternating layers of deep subwavelength thicknesses e … - Field-Reversed Bubble in Deep Plasma Channels for High-Quality Electron Acceleration

Author(s): A. Pukhov, O. Jansen, T. Tueckmantel, J. Thomas, and I. Yu. KostyukovWe study hollow plasma channels with smooth boundaries for laser-driven electron acceleration in the bubble regime. Cont … - Making the Cut: Lattice Kirigami Rules

Author(s): Toen Castle, Yigil Cho, Xingting Gong, Euiyeon Jung, Daniel M. Sussman, Shu Yang, and Randall D. KamienSimple rules for cutting and folding rigid sheets can facilitate preplanned material d … - Structural Relaxation is a Scale-Free Process

Author(s): Anaël LemaîtreWe show that in deeply supercooled liquids, structural relaxation proceeds via the accumulation of Eshelby events, i.e. local rearrangements that create long-ranged and anisot … - Spin-Lattice Relaxation Times of Single Donors and Donor Clusters in Silicon

Author(s): Yu-Ling Hsueh, Holger Büch, Yaohua Tan, Yu Wang, Lloyd C. L. Hollenberg, Gerhard Klimeck, Michelle Y. Simmons, and Rajib RahmanAn atomistic method of calculating the spin-lattice relaxation … - Plasmons in Strongly Correlated Systems: Spectral Weight Transfer and Renormalized Dispersion

Author(s): E. G. C. P. van Loon, H. Hafermann, A. I. Lichtenstein, A. N. Rubtsov, and M. I. KatsnelsonWe study the charge-density dynamics within the two-dimensional extended Hubbard model in the pres … - Fractional Quantum Hall Effect and Wigner Crystal of Interacting Composite Fermions

Author(s): Yang Liu, D. Kamburov, S. Hasdemir, M. Shayegan, L. N. Pfeiffer, K. W. West, and K. W. BaldwinIn two-dimensional electron systems confined to GaAs quantum wells, as a function of either til … - Asymmetric Frequency Conversion in Nonlinear Systems Driven by a Biharmonic Pump

Author(s): Archana Kamal, Ananda Roy, John Clarke, and Michel H. DevoretA novel mechanism of asymmetric frequency conversion is investigated in nonlinear dispersive devices driven parametrically with … - Flux-Dependent Crossover between Quantum and Classical Behavior in a dc SQUID

Author(s): S. Butz, A. K. Feofanov, K. G. Fedorov, H. Rotzinger, A. U. Thomann, B. Mackrodt, R. Dolata, V. B. Geshkenbein, G. Blatter, and A. V. UstinovIn a coupled system of one classical and one qua … - Self-Propulsion of Pure Water Droplets by Spontaneous Marangoni-Stress-Driven Motion

Author(s): Ziane Izri, Marjolein N. van der Linden, Sébastien Michelin, and Olivier DauchotWe report spontaneous motion in a fully biocompatible system consisting of pure water droplets in an oil-surf … - International Trade Network: Fractal Properties and Globalization Puzzle

Author(s): Mariusz Karpiarz, Piotr Fronczak, and Agata FronczakGlobalization is one of the central concepts of our age. The common perception of the process is that, due to declining communication and … - Coexistence, Interfacial Energy, and the Fate of Microemulsions of 2D Dipolar Bosons

Author(s): Saverio Moroni and Massimo BoninsegniThe superfluid-crystal quantum phase transition of a system of purely repulsive dipolar bosons in two dimensions is studied by quantum Monte Carlo simul … - How “Hot Precursors” Modify Island Nucleation: A Rate-Equation Model

Author(s): Josue R. Morales-Cifuentes, T. L. Einstein, and A. PimpinelliWe propose a novel island nucleation and growth model explicitly including transient (ballistic) mobility of the monomers deposi … - High Conductance 2D Transport around the Hall Mobility Peak in Electrolyte-Gated Rubrene Crystals

Author(s): Wei Xie, Shun Wang, Xin Zhang, C. Leighton, and C. Daniel FrisbieWe report the observation of the Hall effect at hole densities up to 6×1013 cm−2 (0.3 holes/molecule) on the surface of el … - Limits to Metallic Conduction in Atomic-Scale Quasi-One-Dimensional Silicon Wires

Author(s): Bent Weber, Hoon Ryu, Y.-H. Matthias Tan, Gerhard Klimeck, and Michelle Y. SimmonsThe recent observation of ultralow resistivity in highly doped, atomic-scale silicon wires has sparked inte … - Imaging Josephson Vortices on the Surface Superconductor Si(111)-(sqrt[7]×sqrt[3])-In using a Scanning Tunneling Microscope

Author(s): Shunsuke Yoshizawa, Howon Kim, Takuto Kawakami, Yuki Nagai, Tomonobu Nakayama, Xiao Hu, Yukio Hasegawa, and Takashi UchihashiSingle-atomic-step imperfections on the surface of superconducti … - Geometric Scaling of Efimov States in a ^{6}Li-^{133}Cs Mixture

Author(s): Shih-Kuang Tung, Karina Jiménez-García, Jacob Johansen, Colin V. Parker, and Cheng ChinIn few-body physics, Efimov states are an infinite series of three-body bound states that obey univers … - Representation of Berry Phase by the Trajectories of Majorana Stars

Author(s): H. D. Liu and L. B. FuThe Majorana’s stellar representation, which represents the evolution of a quantum state with the trajectories of the Majorana stars on a Bloch sphere, provides an int … - Is the Angular Momentum of an Electron Conserved in a Uniform Magnetic Field?

Author(s): Colin R. Greenshields, Robert L. Stamps, Sonja Franke-Arnold, and Stephen M. BarnettWe show that an electron moving in a uniform magnetic field possesses a time-varying “diamagnetic” angula … - Apparatus for Measuring the Thermal Casimir Force at Large Distances

Author(s): Giuseppe BimonteWe describe a Casimir apparatus based on a differential force measurement between a Au-coated sphere and a planar slab divided in two regions, one of which is made of high-r … - Experimental Entanglement Redistribution under Decoherence Channels

Author(s): G. H. Aguilar, A. Valdés-Hernández, L. Davidovich, S. P. Walborn, and P. H. Souto RibeiroWhen an initially entangled pair of qubits undergoes local decoherence processes, there are a number … - New Confining Force Solution of the QCD Axion Domain-Wall Problem

Author(s): S. M. Barr and Jihn E. KimThe serious cosmological problems created by the axion-string–axion-domain-wall system in standard axion models are alleviated by positing the existence of a new c … - SU(2)×U(1) Gauge Invariance and the Shape of New Physics in Rare B Decays

Author(s): R. Alonso, B. Grinstein, and J. Martin CamalichAn effective field theory for physics beyond the electroweak scale, where symmetries of the Standard Model are assumed to apply, provides mode … - Measurements of Direct CP-Violating Asymmetries in Charmless Decays of Bottom Baryons

Author(s): T. Aaltonen et al. (CDF Collaboration)We report final measurements of direct CP-violating asymmetries in charmless decays of neutral bottom hadrons to pairs of charged hadrons with the upgr … - Precision Measurement of the Mass and Lifetime of the Ξ_{b}^{-} Baryon

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)We report on measurements of the mass and lifetime of the Ξb- baryon using about 1800 Ξb- decays reconstructed in a proton-proton collision data set corre … - Nuclear Matter from Effective Quark-Quark Interaction

Author(s): M. Baldo and K. FukukawaWe study neutron matter and symmetric nuclear matter with the quark-meson model for the two-nucleon interaction. The Bethe-Bruckner-Goldstone many-body theory is use … - Improving the Self-Guiding of an Ultraintense Laser by Tailoring Its Longitudinal Profile

Author(s): M. Tzoufras, F. S. Tsung, W. B. Mori, and A. A. SahaiSelf-guiding of an ultraintense laser requires the refractive index to build up rapidly to a sufficient value before the main body of th … - Static Dielectric Permittivity of Ice from First Principles

Author(s): Nicéphore Bonnet and Nicola MarzariThe static permittivity of ice is computed from first principles as a function of the electric field, together with the generalized Kirkwood factor. The m … - Critical Dynamical Heterogeneities Close to Continuous Second-Order Glass Transitions

Author(s): Saroj Kumar Nandi, Giulio Biroli, Jean-Philippe Bouchaud, Kunimasa Miyazaki, and David R. ReichmanWe analyze, using inhomogeneous mode-coupling theory, the critical scaling behavior of the … - Quantum Transport Evidence for the Three-Dimensional Dirac Semimetal Phase in Cd_{3}As_{2}

Author(s): L. P. He, X. C. Hong, J. K. Dong, J. Pan, Z. Zhang, J. Zhang, and S. Y. LiBulk quantum transport measurements of Cd3As2 provide further evidence that it is a 3D Dirac Semimetal – a quantum … - Electronic Transport in Graphene with Aggregated Hydrogen Adatoms

Author(s): Fernando Gargiulo, Gabriel Autès, Naunidh Virk, Stefan Barthel, Malte Rösner, Lisa R. M. Toller, Tim O. Wehling, and Oleg V. YazyevHydrogen adatoms and other species covalently bound to gra … - Multiple Quantum Phases in Graphene with Enhanced Spin-Orbit Coupling: From the Quantum Spin Hall Regime to the Spin Hall Effect and a Robust Metallic State

Author(s): Alessandro Cresti, Dinh Van Tuan, David Soriano, Aron W. Cummings, and Stephan RocheWe report an intriguing transition from the quantum spin Hall phase to the spin Hall effect upon segregat … - Coherent Control of a Single ^{29}Si Nuclear Spin Qubit

Author(s): Jarryd J. Pla, Fahd A. Mohiyaddin, Kuan Y. Tan, Juan P. Dehollain, Rajib Rahman, Gerhard Klimeck, David N. Jamieson, Andrew S. Dzurak, and Andrea MorelloThe readout and manipulation of indi … - Multilevel Interference Resonances in Strongly Driven Three-Level Systems

Author(s): Jeroen Danon and Mark S. RudnerWe study multiphoton resonances in a strongly driven three-level quantum system, where one level is periodically swept through a pair of levels with constant … - Finite-Temperature Spin Dynamics in a Perturbed Quantum Critical Ising Chain with an E_{8} Symmetry

Author(s): Jianda Wu, Márton Kormos, and Qimiao SiA spectrum exhibiting E8 symmetry is expected to arise when a small longitudinal field is introduced in the transverse-field Ising chain at its quantu … - Magnetization and Microstructure Dynamics in Fe/MnAs/GaAs(001): Fe Magnetization Reversal by a Femtosecond Laser Pulse

Author(s): C. Spezzani, E. Ferrari, E. Allaria, F. Vidal, A. Ciavardini, R. Delaunay, F. Capotondi, E. Pedersoli, M. Coreno, C. Svetina, L. Raimondi, M. Zangrando, R. Ivanov, I. Nikolov, A. Demidovich … - Chiral Anomaly and Diffusive Magnetotransport in Weyl Metals

Author(s): A. A. BurkovWe present a microscopic theory of diffusive magnetotransport in Weyl metals and clarify its relation to the chiral anomaly. We derive coupled diffusion equations for the total … - Pattern Selection in Growing Tubular Tissues

Author(s): P. Ciarletta, V. Balbi, and E. KuhlA model of soft biological tissue explains why wrinkles and folds form in tubular structures like the esophagus or the intestines. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, …