- Geometry-induced wave-function collapse

Author(s): Li-Li Ye, Chen-Di Han, Liang Huang, and Ying-Cheng LaiWhen a quantum particle moves in a curved space, a geometric potential can arise. In spite of a long history of extensive theoretical s … - Coherent Ising machine with quantum feedback: The total and conditional master equation methods

Author(s): Simon Kiesewetter and Peter D. DrummondWe give a detailed theoretical derivation of the master equation for the coherent Ising machine. This is a quantum computational network with feedback … - Locally incoherent witnessing of quantum coherence

Author(s): Sahar Basiri-Esfahani and Farid ShahandehTheoretical and experimental studies have suggested the relevance of quantum coherence to the performance of photovoltaic and light-harvesting compl … - Channeling electronic stopping power of lithium ions in diamond: Contribution of projectile inner-shell electrons

Author(s): Chang-Kai Li, Jian-ming Xue, and Feng-Shou ZhangThe electronic energy loss of Li ion in diamond under a channeling condition is studied using real-time time-dependent density functional the … - Mirror coating-thermal-noise mitigation using multi-spatial-mode cavity readout

Author(s): Andrew Wade and Kirk McKenzieWe present an approach to mitigating coating thermal noise in optical cavities by using multiple transverse electromagnetic (TEM) spatial modes to read out and … - Photonic topological pump between chiral disclination states

Author(s): Bi-Ye Xie, Oubo You, and Shuang ZhangTopological pump describes the quantized transport of charges (or particles) in the absence of a net external electric or magnetic field. Here the autho … - Picosecond ion-qubit manipulation and spin-phonon entanglement with resonant laser pulses

Author(s): W.-X. Guo, Y.-K. Wu, Y.-Y. Huang, L. Feng, C.-X. Huang, H.-X. Yang, J.-Y. Ma, L. Yao, Z.-C. Zhou, and L.-M. DuanUltrafast spin-phonon entanglement based on spin-dependent momentum kicks (SD … - Generalized oscillator strength of the core-excited states of molecular nitrogen studied by nonresonant inelastic x-ray scattering

Author(s): Li-Han Wang, Tao Xiong, Xu Kang, Zhi-Wei Nie, Jin-Feng Chen, Zhen Xie, Shuai Yan, Ai-Guo Li, Yuan-Chen Xu, Shu-Xing Wang, Ke Yang, and Lin-Fan ZhuFast electron impact was used to study the … - Homodyne coherent quantum noise cancellation in a hybrid optomechanical force sensor

Author(s): H. Allahverdi, Ali Motazedifard, A. Dalafi, D. Vitali, and M. H. NaderiIn this paper we propose an experimentally viable scheme to enhance the sensitivity of force detection in a hybrid opt … - Non-Hermitian dynamics and $\mathcal{PT}$-symmetry breaking in interacting mesoscopic Rydberg platforms

Author(s): José A. S. Lourenço, Gerard Higgins, Chi Zhang, Markus Hennrich, and Tommaso MacrìWe simulate the dissipative dynamics of a mesoscopic system of long-range interacting particles which can b … - Tailoring of electric dipoles for highly directional propagation in parity-time-symmetric waveguides

Author(s): Alice De Corte and Bjorn MaesPhotonic structures offer a flexible platform for studying and demonstrating parity-time ($\mathcal{PT}$) symmetry phenomena. In these platforms, electric dipol … - High-order harmonic generation of 1-nonene under linearly polarized laser pulses

Author(s): Shu-Shan Zhou, Wen-Di Lan, Ji-Gen Chen, Jun Wang, Fu-Ming Guo, and Yu-Jun YangHigh-order harmonic generation of the long-chain molecule 1-nonene (${\mathrm{C}}_{9}{\mathrm{H}}_{18}$) under … - Dynamical emergence of a Kosterlitz-Thouless transition in a disordered Bose gas following a quench

Author(s): Thibault Scoquart, Dominique Delande, and Nicolas CherroretFollowing a quantum quench, two-dimensional Bose gases dynamically evolve toward a thermal state exhibiting a Kosterlitz-Thouless … - Correlation-driven charge migration as an initial step of the dynamics in correlation bands

Author(s): Victor Despré and Alexander I. KuleffWhen an inner valence electron of a molecule is ionized, ultrafast pure electronic charge migration is initiated that tries to stabilize the system by r … - Optical reconstruction of the collective density matrix of a qutrit

Author(s): Marek Kopciuch and Szymon PustelnyReliable tomography of a quantum state of atoms in room-temperature vapors offers interesting applications in quantum-information science. To step toward t … - Representation of the fermionic boundary operator

Author(s): Ismail Yunus Akhalwaya, Yang-Hui He, Lior Horesh, Vishnu Jejjala, William Kirby, Kugendran Naidoo, and Shashanka UbaruThe boundary operator is a linear operator that acts on a collection of … - Construction of general symmetric-informationally-complete–positive-operator-valued measures by using a complete orthogonal basis

Author(s): Masakazu Yoshida and Gen KimuraA general symmetric-informationally-complete (GSIC)–positive-operator-valued measure (POVM) is known to provide an optimal quantum state tomography among mini … - Dressing effects in the laser-assisted ($e,2e$) process in fast-electron–hydrogen-atom collisions in an asymmetric coplanar scattering geometry

Author(s): Gabriela BuicăWe present the theoretical treatment of laser-assisted $(e,2e)$ ionizing collisions in hydrogen for fast electrons, in the framework of the first-order Born approximation at m … - Electric-field-dependent bimodal distribution functions for electrons in argon, xenon, and krypton owing to the Ramsauer-Townsend minima in the electron-atom momentum-transfer cross sections

Author(s): Bernard ShizgalThis paper considers solutions of the linear Fokker-Planck equation for the steady velocity distribution functions of electrons dilutely dispersed in an excess of either argo … - Multichannel dissociative ionization of ethanol in intense ultraviolet laser fields: Energy correlation between photoelectron emission and fragment recoil

Author(s): Tomoya Ikuta, Kouichi Hosaka, Hiroshi Akagi, Fumihiko Kannari, and Ryuji ItakuraWe investigate multichannel dissociative ionization of ethanol in intense ultraviolet laser fields using a ph … - Two-site anyonic Josephson junction

Author(s): A. Brollo, A. Veronese, and L. SalasnichAnyons are particles with intermediate quantum statistics whose wave function acquires a phase ${e}^{iθ}$ by particle exchange. Inspired by proposals … - Ab initio spatial coupled-mode theory of Fano resonances in optical responses of multilayer interference resonators

Author(s): Dmitry V. Nesterenko, Shinji Hayashi, and Victor SoiferTo reveal origins of resonance characteristics of multilayer interference structures, we developed an ab initio spatial coupled-mode t … - Two-way enhancement of sensitivity by tailoring higher-order exceptional points

Author(s): Ambaresh Sahoo and Amarendra K. SarmaHigher-order exceptional points in non-Hermitian systems have recently been used as a tool to engineer high-sensitivity devices, attracting tremendous a … - Quantum simulations of molecular systems with intrinsic atomic orbitals

Author(s): Stefano Barison, Davide E. Galli, and Mario MottaQuantum simulations of molecular systems on quantum computers often employ minimal basis sets of Gaussian orbitals. In comparison with more … - Process-optimized phase-covariant quantum cloning

Author(s): Chloe Kim and Eric ChitambarAfter the appearance of the no-cloning theorem, approximate quantum cloning machines (QCMs) has become a well-studied subject in quantum information theory. Amon … - Detecting practical quantum attacks for continuous-variable quantum key distribution using density-based spatial clustering of applications with noise

Author(s): Qin Liao, Zheng Wang, Haijie Liu, Yiyu Mao, and Xiquan FuContinuous-variable quantum key distribution (CVQKD) has been proven to be secure theoretically. However, the practical CVQKD system … - Coincidence spectroscopy of molecular normal Auger decay by ultrashort x-ray pulses

Author(s): Yan Ping Zhu, Xi Zhao, Xiao-Jing Liu, Victor Kimberg, and Song Bin ZhangWhen a core-shell electron is ionized by coherent ultrashort x-ray pulses with varied duration, different nuclear wav … - Many-body localization of one-dimensional degenerate Fermi gases with cavity-assisted nonlocal quasiperiodic interactions

Author(s): Jianwen Jie, Qingze Guan, and Jian-Song PanThe localization properties of one-dimensional degenerate Fermi gases with cavity-assisted nonlocal quasiperiodic interactions are numerically stu … - Quasilocalization dynamics in a Fibonacci quantum rotor

Author(s): Sourav Bhattacharjee, Souvik Bandyopadhyay, and Amit DuttaWe analyze the dynamics of a quantum kicked rotor (QKR) driven with a binary Fibonacci sequence of two distinct drive amplitudes. W … - Characteristic, dynamic, and near-saturation regions of out-of-time-order correlation in Floquet Ising models

Author(s): Rohit Kumar Shukla and Sunil Kumar MishraWe study characteristic, dynamic, and saturation regimes of the out-of-time-order correlation (OTOC) in the constant-field Floquet system with and w … - Quantum annealing with pairs of ${}^{2}\mathrm{Σ}$ molecules as qubits

Author(s): K. Asnaashari and R. V. KremsThe rotational and fine structure of open-shell molecules in a $\mathrm{Σ}$ electronic state gives rise to crossings between Zeeman states of different parity. … - Nuclear recoil correction to the hyperfine splitting in atomic systems

Author(s): Krzysztof PachuckiWe consider leading $O(m/M)$ nuclear recoil corrections to the hyperfine splitting in light atomic systems. Due to the singularity of hyperfine interactions, the electroma … - Dynamics of a single trapped ion in a high-density medium: A stochastic approach

Author(s): Mateo Londoño, Javier Madroñero, and Jesús Pérez-RíosBased on the Langevin equation, a stochastic formulation is implemented to describe the dynamics of a trapped ion in a bath of ultracold … - Nonlinear scaling in photon momentum transfer caused by two-electron effects

Author(s): Yong-Kang Fang, Hao Liang, Wei-Chao Jiang, and Liang-You PengThe photon momentum transfer in the two-photon double ionization of helium is theoretically studied based on the $ab\phantom{\ru … - Optimal unambiguous discrimination of Bell-like states with linear optics

Author(s): Dov Fields, János A. Bergou, Mark Hillery, Siddhartha Santra, and Vladimir S. MalinovskyQuantum information processing using linear optics is challenging due to the limited set of determini … - Tunable $\mathrm{Λ}$-type system made of a superconducting qubit pair

Author(s): Kuan-Hsun Chiang and Yung-Fu ChenTwo transversely coupled and resonant qubits form symmetric and antisymmetric states as their eigenstates. In this paper, we show that parametric modulation … - Heisenberg treatment of multiphoton pulses in waveguide QED with time-delayed feedback

Author(s): Kisa Barkemeyer, Andreas Knorr, and Alexander CarmeleThe dynamics of waveguide-QED systems involving coherent time-delayed feedback give rise to a hierarchy of multitime correlations within … - Quantum Hall states for Rydberg arrays with laser-assisted dipole-dipole interactions

Author(s): Tian-Hua Yang, Bao-Zong Wang, Xin-Chi Zhou, and Xiong-Jun LiuThe authors propose to manipulate complex dipole-dipole interactions via laser assistance, a mechanism dubbed laser-assisted dip … - Angle and angular momentum: Uncertainty relations, simultaneous measurement, and phase-space representation

Author(s): Ladislav Mišta, Jr., Hubert de Guise, Jaroslav Řeháček, and Zdeněk HradilReaching ultimate performance of quantum technologies requires the use of detection at quantum limits and access to … - Field-theoretical approach to open quantum systems and the Lindblad equation

Author(s): Hans C. FogedbyWe develop a systematic field-theoretical approach to open quantum systems based on condensed-matter many-body methods. The time evolution of the reduced density matrix for t … - Relation between quantum coherence and quantum entanglement in quantum measurements

Author(s): Ho-Joon Kim and Soojoon LeeQuantum measurement is a class of quantum channels that sends quantum states to classical states. We set up resource theories of quantum coherence and quantum ent … - Implementation of a discrete-time quantum walk with a circulant matrix on a graph by optical polarizing elements

Author(s): Yusuke Mizutani, Tomoyuki Horikiri, Leo Matsuoka, Yusuke Higuchi, and Etsuo SegawaIn this paper, we introduce a quantum walk whose local scattering at each vertex is denoted by a unitary ci … - Resilient quantum electron microscopy

Author(s): Hiroshi OkamotoWe investigate the fundamental limit of biological quantum electron microscopy, which is designed to go beyond the shot noise limit. Inelastic scattering is expected to be th … - Generating target graph couplings for the quantum approximate optimization algorithm from native quantum hardware couplings

Author(s): Joel Rajakumar, Jai Moondra, Bryan Gard, Swati Gupta, and Creston D. HeroldWe present methods for constructing any target coupling graph using limited global controls in an Ising-like quant … - Above-threshold ionization of argon with ultrashort orbital-angular-momentum beams

Author(s): Arnab Sen, Abhisek Sinha, Sanket Sen, V. Sharma, and R. GopalLight-matter interaction with laser pulses endowed with orbital angular momentum (OAM) raises a fundamental question about the n … - Three and four identical fermions near the unitary limit

Author(s): Michael D. Higgins and Chris H. GreeneThis work analyzes the three and four equal-mass fermionic systems near and at the $s$- and $p$-wave unitary limits using hyperspherical methods. The u … - Mobile impurity in a one-dimensional gas at finite temperatures

Author(s): Oleksandr Gamayun, Miłosz Panfil, and Felipe Taha Sant'AnaWe consider the McGuire model of a one-dimensional gas of free fermions interacting with a single impurity. We compute the sta … - Vortex formation and quantum turbulence with rotating paddle potentials in a two-dimensional binary Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): Subrata Das, Koushik Mukherjee, and Sonjoy MajumderWe conduct a theoretical study of the creation and dynamics of vortices in a two-dimensional binary Bose-Einstein condensate with a mass i … - Impurity in a heteronuclear two-component Bose mixture

Author(s): G. Bighin, A. Burchianti, F. Minardi, and T. MacrìWe study the fate of an impurity in an ultracold heteronuclear Bose mixture, focusing on the experimentally relevant case of a $^{41}\mathr … - Microscopy of an ultranarrow Feshbach resonance using a laser-based atom collider: A quantum defect theory analysis

Author(s): Matthew Chilcott, James F. E. Croft, Ryan Thomas, and Niels KjærgaardWe employ a quantum defect theory framework to provide a detailed analysis of the interplay between a magnetic Feshbach … - Fast dispersion tailoring of multimode photonic crystal resonators

Author(s): Francesco Rinaldo Talenti, Stefan Wabnitz, Inès Ghorbel, Sylvain Combrié, Luca Aimone-Giggio, and Alfredo De RossiWe introduce a numerical procedure which permits us to drastically accelera … - Five-dimensional Poincaré sphere system for representing azimuthally varying vector optical fields

Author(s): Jia-Hao Zhao, Yue Pan, Xu-Zhen Gao, Rende Ma, Zhong-Xiao Man, Zhi-Cheng Ren, Chenghou Tu, Yongnan Li, and Hui-Tian WangVector optical fields (VOFs) with space-variant polarization on the wa … - Squeezed-light-induced quantum phase transition in the Jaynes-Cummings model

Author(s): Li-Tuo Shen, Chun-Qi Tang, Zhicheng Shi, Huaizhi Wu, Zhen-Biao Yang, and Shi-Biao ZhengQuantum phase transition and quench dynamics in the Jaynes-Cummings model with squeezed light are inve … - Erratum: Entropic entanglement criteria in phase space [Phys. Rev. A 105, 012409 (2022)]

Author(s): Stefan Floerchinger, Martin Gärttner, Tobias Haas, and Oliver R. Stockdale[Phys. Rev. A 106, 029902] Published Thu Aug 04, 2022 - Erratum: Gaussian systems for quantum-enhanced multiple phase estimation [Phys. Rev. A 94, 042342 (2016)]

Author(s): Christos N. Gagatsos, Dominic Branford, and Animesh Datta[Phys. Rev. A 106, 029903] Published Thu Aug 04, 2022 - Collisional-model quantum trajectories for entangled-qubit environments

Author(s): Shakib Daryanoosh, Alexei Gilchrist, and Ben Q. BaragiolaWe study the dynamics of quantum systems interacting with a stream of entangled-qubit pairs in the weak coupling limit. For a large … - Inferred-variance uncertainty relations in the presence of quantum entanglement

Author(s): Shrobona Bagchi, Chandan Datta, and Pankaj AgrawalUncertainty relations play a significant role in drawing a line between classical physics and quantum physics. Since the introduction by He … - Quantum metrology with multimode Gaussian states of multiple point sources

Author(s): Xiao-Jun Liao and Yong-Qi FuA unified theoretical framework is developed for measuring multimode Gaussian states of multiple point sources. The spatial and temporal mode functions are found … - Suppressing classical noise in the accelerated geometric phase gate by optimized dynamical decoupling

Author(s): Da-tong Chen and Jun JingIn the quantum-computation scenario, the geometric phase gates are becoming increasingly attractive for their intrinsic fault tolerance to disturbance. With an adia … - Preparation of ultracold atomic-ensemble arrays using time-multiplexed optical tweezers

Author(s): Katja Gosar, Vesna Pirc Jevšenak, Tadej Mežnaršič, Dušan Babič, Igor Poberaj, Erik Zupanič, and Peter JegličWe use optical tweezers based on time-multiplexed acousto-optic deflectors to tra … - Anomalous resonance-enhanced harmonic ellipticity in an elliptically polarized laser field

Author(s): Xiao-Xin Huo, Shuang Wang, Lin Sun, Yun-He Xing, Jun Zhang, and Xue-Shen LiuWe investigate theoretically resonant harmonic generation in $\text{H}{\text{e}}^{+}$ from an elliptically polari … - Superfluidity of a Raman spin-orbit-coupled Bose gas at finite temperature

Author(s): Xiao-Long Chen, Xia-Ji Liu, and Hui HuWe investigate the superfluidity of a three-dimensional weakly interacting Bose gas with a one-dimensional Raman-type spin-orbit coupling at both zero … - Librational feedback cooling

Author(s): Charles P. Blakemore, Denzal Martin, Alexander Fieguth, Nadav Priel, Gautam Venugopalan, Akio Kawasaki, and Giorgio GrattaLibrational motion, whereby a rigid body undergoes angular oscillat … - Influence of phonon harmonicity on spectrally pure resonant Stokes fields

Author(s): Georgios Stoikos and Eduardo GranadosDue to their highly coherent emission, tunability, and compactness, integrated single-frequency diamond Raman lasers are interesting tools for applicati … - Adiabatic control of decoherence-free subspaces in an open collective system

Author(s): Jarrod T. Reilly, Simon B. Jäger, John Cooper, and Murray J. HollandWe propose a method to adiabatically control an atomic ensemble using a decoherence-free subspace (DFS) within a dissipat … - Enhanced unconventional photon-blockade effect in one- and two-qubit cavities interacting with nonclassical light

Author(s): H. Jabri and H. EleuchThe antibunching effect generated in a cavity containing first a single two-level atomic system and then two identical atoms is explored for off-resonant interactions, … - Vibronic branching ratios for nearly closed rapid photon cycling of SrOH

Author(s): Zack Lasner, Annika Lunstad, Chaoqun Zhang, Lan Cheng, and John M. DoyleThe vibrational branching ratios of SrOH for radiative decay to the ground electronic state, $X{\phantom{\rule{0.16em … - Wigner time for electromagnetic radiation in plasma

Author(s): S. V. Gaponenko and D. V. NovitskyWave tunneling is an intriguing phenomenon spanning different branches of physics, from quantum mechanics to classical electrodynamics and optics. The Wign … - Reshaping the Jaynes-Cummings ladder with Majorana bound states

Author(s): L. S. Ricco, V. K. Kozin, A. C. Seridonio, and I. A. ShelykhWe study the optical properties of a hybrid device composed by a quantum dot (QD) resonantly coupled to a photonic mode of an opt … - Learning quantum dissipation by the neural ordinary differential equation

Author(s): Li Chen and Yadong WuQuantum dissipation arises from the unavoidable coupling between a quantum system and its surrounding environment, which is known as a major obstacle in the quantum pro … - Completely quantum neural networks

Author(s): Steve Abel, Juan C. Criado, and Michael SpannowskyArtificial neural networks are at the heart of modern deep learning algorithms. We describe how to embed and train a general neural network … - Temperature-related effects in the polarization of atoms in a magnetized plasma as a promising feature towards high $^{3}\mathrm{He}$ nuclear polarization

Author(s): Alexander Makarchenko, Vyacheslav Kuzmin, Kajum Safiullin, and Murat TagirovWe report on further investigation of nuclear hyperpolarization of $^{3}\mathrm{He}$ in magnetized plasma at a ma … - Fundamental thermal noise in antiresonant hollow-core fibers

Author(s): Vincent Michaud-Belleau, Eric R. Numkam Fokoua, Peter Horak, Natalie V. Wheeler, Shuichiro Rikimi, Thomas D. Bradley, David J. Richardson, Francesco Poletti, Jérôme Genest, and Radan Slavík … - Classical versus quantum intensity-field correlations of scattered light from extended cold atomic clouds

Author(s): N. PiovellaWe calculate the intensity-field correlations in the light scattered by $N$ cold atoms driven by a quasiresonant laser field. Fundamental differences occur if the atomic state is … - Erratum: Phase-resolved attosecond near-threshold photoionization of molecular nitrogen [Phys. Rev. A 80, 011404(R) (2009)]

Author(s): S. Haessler, B. Fabre, J. Higuet, J. Caillat, T. Ruchon, P. Breger, B. Carré, E. Constant, A. Maquet, E. Mével, P. Salières, R. Taïeb, and Y. Mairesse[Phys. Rev. A 106, 029901] Published Mo … - Error-free interconversion of nonlocal boxes

Author(s): András Bodor, Orsolya Kálmán, and Mátyás KoniorczykUnderstanding the structure of nonlocal correlations is important in many fields ranging from fundamental questions of physics to device-i … - Weakness of weak values: Incompatibility of anomalous pulse-spectrum amplification and optical frequency combs

Author(s): John C. HowellWe probe the use of optical frequency combs to place lower bounds on anomalous amplification of a weak-value-measured pulse delay, potentially reaching a theoretical temporal … - Negative result about the construction of genuinely entangled subspaces from unextendible product bases

Author(s): Maciej DemianowiczUnextendible product bases (UPBs) provide a versatile tool with various applications across different areas of quantum information theory. Their comprehensive characteriza … - Theoretical multiple-ionization cross sections of Ne-like molecules by light-ion impact: ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}\mathrm{O}$

Author(s): M. E. Galassi, V. B. Tessaro, B. Gervais, and M. BeuveWe present a simple theoretical model to calculate multiple-ionization cross sections (MICS) of Ne and Ne-like molecules (molecules wit … - Spectra and dynamics of ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}$ near the second dissociation threshold: Tunneling and Feshbach resonance

Author(s): Yuanyuan Han, Peng Wang, and Yuxiang MoBoth tunneling and Feshbach resonances occur near the second dissociation threshold of ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}$. There are three channels, $\mathrm{H}(1s)+\ … - Multielectron effect in the strong-field ionization of aligned nonpolar molecules

Author(s): M. Abu-samha and Lars Bojer MadsenWe revisit strong-field ionization of aligned ${\mathrm{O}}_{2}, {\mathrm{CO}}_{2}$, and ${\mathrm{CS}}_{2}$ molecules in light of recent advances in the f … - Polarization effects in the total rate of biharmonic $ω+3ω$ ionization of atoms

Author(s): J. Hofbrucker, S. Ramakrishna, A. V. Volotka, and S. FritzscheThe total ionization rate of biharmonic ($ω+3ω$) ionization is studied within the independent particle approximation and the th … - Multimode optomechanical cooling via general dark-mode control

Author(s): Jian Huang, Deng-Gao Lai, Cheng Liu, Jin-Feng Huang, Franco Nori, and Jie-Qiao LiaoThe dark-mode effect is a stubborn obstacle for ground-state cooling of multiple degenerate mechanical mod … - Existence of a threshold for second-harmonic generation inside high-confinement microresonators as a consequence of the generalized creation and annihilation operators

Author(s): Marc Collette and Serge GauvinThis work presents a quantum theory of the nonlinear optical process of second-harmonic generation (SHG) in one-dimensional microresonators. More specifically, … - Undamped Rabi oscillations due to polaron-emitter hybrid states in a nonlinear photonic waveguide coupled to emitters

Author(s): J. Talukdar and D. BlumeThe collective dynamics of two noninteracting two-level emitters, which are coupled to a structured wave guide that supports two-photon bound states, is investigated … - Operational reality of quantum nonlocality

Author(s): R. SrikanthDoes the remote measurement disturbance of the quantum state of a system $B$ by a measurement on system $A$ entangled with $B$ constitute a real disturbance, i.e., an objective a … - Violation of Bell's inequality with quantum-dot single-photon sources

Author(s): Eva M. González-Ruiz, Sumanta K. Das, Peter Lodahl, and Anders S. SørensenWe investigate the possibility of realizing a loophole-free violation of Bell's inequality using deterministic … - Classification of small triorthogonal codes

Author(s): Sepehr Nezami and Jeongwan HaahTriorthogonal codes are a class of quantum error-correcting codes used in magic state distillation protocols. We classify all triorthogonal codes with $n+k≤38 … - Measure of invertible dynamical maps under convex combinations of noninvertible dynamical maps

Author(s): Vinayak Jagadish, R. Srikanth, and Francesco PetruccioneWe study the convex combinations of the $(d+1)$-generalized Pauli dynamical maps in a Hilbert space of dimension $d$. For certain cho … - Algorithmic cooling for resolving state preparation and measurement errors in quantum computing

Author(s): Raymond Laflamme, Junan Lin, and Tal MorState preparation and measurement errors are commonly regarded as indistinguishable. The problem of distinguishing state preparation errors from meas … - Experimental mutual coherence from separable coherent qubits

Author(s): Nikola Horová, Robert Stárek, Michal Mičuda, Jaromír Fiurášek, Michal Kolář, and Radim FilipQuantum coherence is a fundamental resource in modern quantum physics with important applications … - Quantifying information scrambling via classical shadow tomography on programmable quantum simulators

Author(s): Max McGinley, Sebastian Leontica, Samuel J. Garratt, Jovan Jovanovic, and Steven H. SimonWe develop techniques to probe the dynamics of quantum information and implement them experimentally … - Resource estimations for the Hamiltonian simulation in correlated electron materials

Author(s): Shu Kanno, Suguru Endo, Takeru Utsumi, and Tomofumi TadaCorrelated electron materials, such as superconductors and magnetic materials, are regarded as fascinating targets in quantum computi … - Fully-stripped-beryllium-ion collisions with $2ℓm$ states of atomic hydrogen: Total and state-selective electron-capture cross sections

Author(s): N. W. Antonio, C. T. Plowman, I. B. Abdurakhmanov, I. Bray, and A. S. KadyrovIntegrated total and state-selective electron-capture cross sections are calculated for bare beryllium ion scatt … - Multiple photodetachment of oxygen anions via $K$-shell excitation and ionization: Direct double-detachment processes and subsequent deexcitation cascades

Author(s): S. Schippers, A. Hamann, A. Perry-Sassmannshausen, T. Buhr, A. Müller, M. Martins, S. Reinwardt, F. Trinter, and S. FritzscheExperimental cross sections for $m$-fold photodetachment ($m=2–5 … - High-order harmonics and supercontinua formed by a weak optical pump in the presence of an extreme terahertz field

Author(s): I. Babushkin, A. Demircan, U. Morgner, and A. Savel'evWe show that in the presence of an extreme terahertz (THz) field an additional weak field in the optical frequency range can modul … - Subthreshold photodissociation of ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}$ in silicon

Author(s): E. V. LavrovA photodissociation of interstitial ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}$ and ${\mathrm{D}}_{2}$ in single-crystalline Si by a laser field at 532 nm is reported. It is shown that in the course of … - Quantum phases of bosonic chiral molecules in helicity lattices

Author(s): Felipe Isaule, Robert Bennett, and Jörg B. GötteWe reveal the existence of polarizing quantum phases for the enantiomers of cold, interacting chiral molecules in an optical helicity lattice … - Bound states in the continuum in a two-channel Fano-Anderson model

Author(s): B. Grez, J. P. Ramos-Andrade, V. Juričić, and P. A. OrellanaIn this article, we study the formation of the bound states in the continuum (BICs) in a two-channel Fano-Anderson model. We empl … - Quantum nondemolition measurements of photon number in monolithic microcavities

Author(s): S. N. Balybin, A. B. Matsko, F. Ya. Khalili, D. V. Strekalov, V. S. Ilchenko, A. A. Savchenkov, N. M. Lebedev, and I. A. BilenkoWe revisit the idea of quantum nondemolition measurement (QND …