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  • AIP Publishing (Formerly known as Scitation) Full-text access to journals covering physics, astronomy, electronics, engineering, materials science, mathematics and associated disciplines. Coverage: 1975 - present more... less... Provides full-text access to journals published and distributed by the American Institute of Physics, American Physical Society, American Society of Civil Engineers, American Society of Mechanical Engineers International, International Society for Optical Engineering, and other science and engineering societies. Covers physics, astronomy, electronics, engineering, materials science, mathematics and associated disciplines.
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  • INSPEC Archive The INSPEC Archive 1898 - 1968 covers published literature in physics, electrical engineering, and computing and control. Coverage: 1898 - 1968
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  • Optics InfoBase The Optical Society - Journals and Conference Proceedings
  • Optica Open A preprint server (articles have not been peer reviewed) for optics and photonics research.
  • SPIE Digital Library Articles, conference proceedings, books, dissertations in optics, photonics, imaging, lasers, sensing, and nanotechnology. Coverage: 1990 - present more... less... The SPIE Digital Library provides access to technical papers from SPIE Journals, Conference Proceedings, and books.

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  • ADS: Astrophysics Data System Digital library portal for researchers in Astronomy and Physics. To access articles paid for by Waterloo: create an account, open your "Settings", click "Library Link Server" and add Waterloo. Look for "My Institution" in the paper's record to be linked to full text. more... less... The ADS maintains three bibliographic databases containing more than 9.2 million records: Astronomy and Astrophysics, Physics, and arXiv e-prints. The main body of data in the ADS consists of bibliographic records, which are searchable through highly customizable query forms, and full-text scans of much of the astronomical literature which can be browsed or searched via our full-text search interface. Integrated in its databases, the ADS provides access and pointers to a wealth of external resources, including electronic articles, data catalogs and archives.
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Top 100 in Physics

Explore our most highly accessed physics articles in 2017. Featuring authors from around the World, these papers highlight valuable research within physics from an international community.

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The Resilience of Life to Astrophysical Events

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Achievement of Sustained Net Plasma Heating in a Fusion Experiment with the Optometrist Algorithm

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Coronal mass ejections are not coherent magnetohydrodynamic structures

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Magnetic field sensor based on a combination of a microfiber coupler covered with magnetic fluid and a Sagnac loop

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Invisibility Cloaking Scheme by Evanescent Fields Distortion on Composite Plasmonic Waveguides with Si Nano-Spacer

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Global mapping of stratigraphy of an old-master painting using sparsity-based terahertz reflectometry

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Superconductivity in Ti 4 O 7 and γ -Ti 3 O 5 films

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Blue organic light-emitting diodes realizing external quantum efficiency over 25% using thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitters

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Characterization of an industry-grade CMOS camera well suited for single molecule localization microscopy – high performance super-resolution at low cost

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Quantum detection of wormholes

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On-Chip Glass Microspherical Shell Whispering Gallery Mode Resonators

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Optical metasurfaces for high angle steering at visible wavelengths

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Valence Change Bipolar Resistive Switching Accompanied With Magnetization Switching in CoFe 2 O 4 Thin Film

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High-efficiency grating-couplers: demonstration of a new design strategy

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See-through optical combiner for augmented reality head-mounted display: index-matched anisotropic crystal lens

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  • Chang-Kun Lee
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Naked singularity, firewall, and Hawking radiation

  • Hongsheng Zhang

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Highly Flexible and Efficient Fabric-Based Organic Light-Emitting Devices for Clothing-Shaped Wearable Displays

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Control of unsteady laser-produced plasma-flow with a multiple-coil magnetic nozzle

  • Taichi Morita
  • Masafumi Edamoto
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Energy-free machine learning force field for aluminum

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Tuning magnetic properties for domain wall pinning via localized metal diffusion

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Emergent wave phenomena in coupled elastic bars: from extreme attenuation to realization of elastodynamic switches

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Quantifying Quantum-Mechanical Processes

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Band Gap Engineering of Multi-Junction Solar Cells: Effects of Series Resistances and Solar Concentration

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Prime factorization using quantum annealing and computational algebraic geometry

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Stanene-hexagonal boron nitride heterobilayer: Structure and characterization of electronic property

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Supervised Quantum Learning without Measurements

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Rapid Fabrication of Graphene Field-Effect Transistors with Liquid-metal Interconnects and Electrolytic Gate Dielectric Made of Honey

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Effects of oxygen vacancies on the structural and optical properties of β-Ga 2 O 3

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  • Yuming Zhang

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Photobleaching in STED nanoscopy and its dependence on the photon flux applied for reversible silencing of the fluorophore

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What is the temperature of a moving body?

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The habitability of the Milky Way during the active phase of its central supermassive black hole

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Machine learning quantum phases of matter beyond the fermion sign problem

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A patterned single layer graphene resistance temperature sensor

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Experimental evidence for short-pulse laser heating of solid-density target to high bulk temperatures

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Full-wave modeling of broadband near field scanning microwave microscopy

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Photoelectrolysis Using Type-II Semiconductor Heterojunctions

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Tunable plasmonic substrates with ultrahigh Q -factor resonances

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  • Youngkyu Lee
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Neuromorphic photonic networks using silicon photonic weight banks

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Gas sensors boosted by two-dimensional h-BN enabled transfer on thin substrate foils: towards wearable and portable applications

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Transition from Anomalous Hall Effect to Topological Hall Effect in Hexagonal Non-Collinear Magnet Mn 3 Ga

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Photonics-based real-time ultra-high-range-resolution radar with broadband signal generation and processing

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The Origin of the “Seasons” in Space Weather

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Generation of steady entanglement via unilateral qubit driving in bad cavities

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Dynamic measurement of near-field radiative heat transfer

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Hidden Magnetic States Emergent Under Electric Field, In A Room Temperature Composite Magnetoelectric Multiferroic

  • J. D. Clarkson

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Robust, high brightness, degenerate entangled photon source at room temperature

  • M. V. Jabir
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An absorption-free and Doppler-improved optical waveguide for diffractionless light propagation

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Machine-learned approximations to Density Functional Theory Hamiltonians

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Enhanced conversion efficiency in Si solar cells employing photoluminescent down-shifting CdSe/CdS core/shell quantum dots

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Influence of experimental parameters on the laser heating of an optical trap

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Controlling sound radiation through an opening with secondary loudspeakers along its boundaries

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Full-color, large area, transmissive holograms enabled by multi-level diffractive optics

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Effectively infinite optical path-length created using a simple cubic photonic crystal for extreme light trapping

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Enhanced skyrmion stability due to exchange frustration

  • S. von Malottki

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All-optical control on a graphene-on-silicon waveguide modulator

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  • Dawn T. H. Tan

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Increased light penetration due to ultrasound-induced air bubbles in optical scattering media

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High-speed manufacturing of highly regular femtosecond laser-induced periodic surface structures: physical origin of regularity

  • Iaroslav Gnilitskyi
  • Thibault J.-Y. Derrien
  • Leonardo Orazi

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Objective-lens-free Fiber-based Position Detection with Nanometer Resolution in a Fiber Optical Trapping System

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Estimating the intrinsic dimension of datasets by a minimal neighborhood information

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  • Maria d’Errico
  • Alessandro Laio

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Terahertz beam switching by electrical control of graphene-enabled tunable metasurface

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High-Performance Screen-Printed Thermoelectric Films on Fabrics

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Terahertz spectroscopy of anisotropic materials using beams with rotatable polarization

  • C. D. W. Mosley
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Non-destructive elemental analysis of a carbonaceous chondrite with direct current Muon beam at MuSIC

  • S. Tachibana

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The Mobility Enhancement of Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide Transistors via Low-temperature Crystallization using a Tantalum Catalytic Layer

  • Yeonwoo Shin
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  • Jae Kyeong Jeong

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Compositionally Graded Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors

  • Hyun-Cheol Song
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  • Shashank Priya

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3D Printing of Polymer-Bonded Rare-Earth Magnets With a Variable Magnetic Compound Fraction for a Predefined Stray Field

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  • Claas Abert
  • Dieter Suess

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Te-based chalcogenide materials for selector applications

  • B. Govoreanu

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Dark current reduction in microjunction-based double electron barrier type-II InAs/InAsSb superlattice long-wavelength infrared photodetectors

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Cross-plane Thermoelectric and Thermionic Transport across Au/ h -BN/Graphene Heterostructures

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  • Stephen Cronin

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Direct Generation and Detection of Quantum Correlated Photons with 3.2 um Wavelength Spacing

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  • Yu-Ping Huang

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Optimization-based Dielectric Metasurfaces for Angle-Selective Multifunctional Beam Deflection

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Axion dark matter detection by laser induced fluorescence in rare-earth doped materials

  • Caterina Braggio
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Selective dual-band metamaterial perfect absorber for infrared stealth technology

  • Jagyeong Kim
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Uncovering different states of topological defects in schlieren textures of a nematic liquid crystal

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Soft porous silicone rubbers with ultra-low sound speeds in acoustic metamaterials

  • Abdoulaye Ba
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  • Thomas Brunet

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Broadband Silicon-On-Insulator directional couplers using a combination of straight and curved waveguide sections

  • George F. R. Chen
  • Jun Rong Ong

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Optical tweezing and binding at high irradiation powers on black-Si

  • Tatsuya Shoji
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  • Yasuyuki Tsuboi

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Indium gallium nitride-based ultraviolet, blue, and green light-emitting diodes functionalized with shallow periodic hole patterns

  • Rafael Salas-Montiel
  • Mun Seok Jeong

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Inertia-driven resonant excitation of a magnetic skyrmion

  • Takayuki Shiino
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  • Byong-Guk Park

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Symmetry breaking, Josephson oscillation and self-trapping in a self-bound three-dimensional quantum ball

  • S. K. Adhikari

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Low-Temperature Growth of Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon Carbide Solar Cell by Inductively Coupled Plasma Deposition Toward High Conversion Efficiency in Indoor Lighting

  • Ming-Hsuan Kao
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  • Jia-Min Shieh

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Photonic time crystals

  • Runxia Song

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Hybrid organic-inorganic polariton laser

  • G. G. Paschos
  • N. Somaschi
  • P. G. Savvidis

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Measuring nanoscale viscoelastic parameters of cells directly from AFM force-displacement curves

  • Yuri M. Efremov
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Generating Localized Plasmonic Fields on an Integrated Photonic Platform using Tapered Couplers for Biosensing Applications

  • Gurpreet Singh
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Magnetic field observations in CoFeB/Ta layers with 0.67-nm resolution by electron holography

  • Toshiaki Tanigaki
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  • Hiroyuki Shinada

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Blue Laser Diode Enables Underwater Communication at 12.4 Gbps

  • Tsai-Chen Wu
  • Yu-Chieh Chi
  • Gong-Ru Lin

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Tunable metasurfaces via subwavelength phase shifters with uniform amplitude

  • Shane Colburn
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Directional beaming of light from a subwavelength metal slit with phase-gradient metasurfaces

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Experimental verification of the rotational type of chiral spin spiral structures by spin-polarized scanning tunneling microscopy

  • Masahiro Haze
  • Yasuo Yoshida
  • Yukio Hasegawa

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Strain induced polarization chaos in a solitary VCSEL

  • T. R. Raddo
  • K. Panajotov

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Dual-cavity feedback assisted DFB narrow linewidth laser

  • Shihong Huang

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Remarkably High Mobility Thin-Film Transistor on Flexible Substrate by Novel Passivation Material

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  • Albert Chin

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QED cascade with 10 PW-class lasers

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  • Ondrej Klimo

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Deposition of topological silicene, germanene and stanene on graphene-covered SiC substrates

  • Filipe Matusalem
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Highly (001)-textured p-type WSe 2 Thin Films as Efficient Large-Area Photocathodes for Solar Hydrogen Evolution

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Pinning and hysteresis in the field dependent diameter evolution of skyrmions in Pt/Co/Ir superlattice stacks

  • K. Zeissler
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Wavelength-tunable passively mode-locked mid-infrared Er 3+ -doped ZBLAN fiber laser

  • Yanlong Shen
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Entropy production selects nonequilibrium states in multistable systems

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Fabrication of full-color GaN-based light-emitting diodes on nearly lattice-matched flexible metal foils

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Caroline Cohen et al 2015 New J. Phys. 17 063001

The conical shape of a shuttlecock allows it to flip on impact. As a light and extended particle, it flies with a pure drag trajectory. We first study the flip phenomenon and the dynamics of the flight and then discuss the implications on the game. Lastly, a possible classification of different shots is proposed.

Andrzej Dragan and Artur Ekert 2020 New J. Phys. 22 033038

Quantum mechanics is an incredibly successful theory and yet the statistical nature of its predictions is hard to accept and has been the subject of numerous debates. The notion of inherent randomness, something that happens without any cause, goes against our rational understanding of reality. To add to the puzzle, randomness that appears in non-relativistic quantum theory tacitly respects relativity, for example, it makes instantaneous signaling impossible. Here, we argue that this is because the special theory of relativity can itself account for such a random behavior. We show that the full mathematical structure of the Lorentz transformation, the one which includes the superluminal part, implies the emergence of non-deterministic dynamics, together with complex probability amplitudes and multiple trajectories. This indicates that the connections between the two seemingly different theories are deeper and more subtle than previously thought.

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Many quantum algorithms have daunting resource requirements when compared to what is available today. To address this discrepancy, a quantum-classical hybrid optimization scheme known as 'the quantum variational eigensolver' was developed (Peruzzo et al 2014 Nat. Commun. 5 4213 ) with the philosophy that even minimal quantum resources could be made useful when used in conjunction with classical routines. In this work we extend the general theory of this algorithm and suggest algorithmic improvements for practical implementations. Specifically, we develop a variational adiabatic ansatz and explore unitary coupled cluster where we establish a connection from second order unitary coupled cluster to universal gate sets through a relaxation of exponential operator splitting. We introduce the concept of quantum variational error suppression that allows some errors to be suppressed naturally in this algorithm on a pre-threshold quantum device. Additionally, we analyze truncation and correlated sampling in Hamiltonian averaging as ways to reduce the cost of this procedure. Finally, we show how the use of modern derivative free optimization techniques can offer dramatic computational savings of up to three orders of magnitude over previously used optimization techniques.

Roger Bach et al 2013 New J. Phys. 15 033018

Double-slit diffraction is a corner stone of quantum mechanics. It illustrates key features of quantum mechanics: interference and the particle-wave duality of matter. In 1965, Richard Feynman presented a thought experiment to show these features. Here we demonstrate the full realization of his famous thought experiment. By placing a movable mask in front of a double-slit to control the transmission through the individual slits, probability distributions for single- and double-slit arrangements were observed. Also, by recording single electron detection events diffracting through a double-slit, a diffraction pattern was built up from individual events.

Ran Finkelstein et al 2023 New J. Phys. 25 035001

This tutorial introduces the theoretical and experimental basics of electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT) in thermal alkali vapors. We first give a brief phenomenological description of EIT in simple three-level systems of stationary atoms and derive analytical expressions for optical absorption and dispersion under EIT conditions. Then we focus on how the thermal motion of atoms affects various parameters of the EIT system. Specifically, we analyze the Doppler broadening of optical transitions, ballistic versus diffusive atomic motion in a limited-volume interaction region, and collisional depopulation and decoherence. Finally, we discuss the common trade-offs important for optimizing an EIT experiment and give a brief 'walk-through' of a typical EIT experimental setup. We conclude with a brief overview of current and potential EIT applications.

S Athira et al 2023 New J. Phys. 25 103002

Antonio Acín et al 2018 New J. Phys. 20 080201

Within the last two decades, quantum technologies (QT) have made tremendous progress, moving from Nobel Prize award-winning experiments on quantum physics (1997: Chu, Cohen-Tanoudji, Phillips; 2001: Cornell, Ketterle, Wieman; 2005: Hall, Hänsch-, Glauber; 2012: Haroche, Wineland) into a cross-disciplinary field of applied research. Technologies are being developed now that explicitly address individual quantum states and make use of the 'strange' quantum properties, such as superposition and entanglement. The field comprises four domains: quantum communication, where individual or entangled photons are used to transmit data in a provably secure way; quantum simulation, where well-controlled quantum systems are used to reproduce the behaviour of other, less accessible quantum systems; quantum computation, which employs quantum effects to dramatically speed up certain calculations, such as number factoring; and quantum sensing and metrology, where the high sensitivity of coherent quantum systems to external perturbations is exploited to enhance the performance of measurements of physical quantities. In Europe, the QT community has profited from several EC funded coordination projects, which, among other things, have coordinated the creation of a 150-page QT Roadmap ( ). This article presents an updated summary of this roadmap.

J Lambert and E S Sørensen 2023 New J. Phys. 25 081201

Recently, there has been considerable interest in the application of information geometry to quantum many body physics. This interest has been driven by three separate lines of research, which can all be understood as different facets of quantum information geometry. First, the study of topological phases of matter characterized by Chern number is rooted in the symplectic structure of the quantum state space, known in the physics literature as Berry curvature. Second, in the study of quantum phase transitions, the fidelity susceptibility has gained prominence as a universal probe of quantum criticality, even for systems that lack an obviously discernible order parameter. Finally, the study of quantum Fisher information in many body systems has seen a surge of interest due to its role as a witness of genuine multipartite entanglement and owing to its utility as a quantifier of quantum resources, in particular those useful in quantum sensing. Rather than a thorough review, our aim is to connect key results within a common conceptual framework that may serve as an introductory guide to the extensive breadth of applications, and deep mathematical roots, of quantum information geometry, with an intended audience of researchers in quantum many body and condensed matter physics.

Baptiste Darbois Texier et al 2016 New J. Phys. 18 073027

Zigzag paths in sports ball trajectories are exceptional events. They have been reported in baseball (from where the word knuckleball comes from), in volleyball and in soccer. Such trajectories are associated with intermittent breaking of the lateral symmetry in the surrounding flow. The different scenarios proposed in the literature (such as the effect of seams in baseball) are first discussed and compared to existing data. We then perform experiments on zigzag trajectories and propose a new explanation based on unsteady lift forces. In a second step, we exploit wind tunnel measurements of these unsteady lift forces to solve the equations of motion for various sports and deduce the characteristics of the zigzags, pointing out the role of the drag crisis. Finally, the conditions for the observation of such trajectories in sports are discussed.

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Matheus I N Rosa et al 2023 New J. Phys. 25 103053

We investigate the spectral properties of one-dimensional spatially modulated nonlinear phononic lattices, and their evolution as a function of amplitude. In the linear regime, the stiffness modulations define a family of periodic and quasiperiodic lattices whose bandgaps host topological edge states localized at the boundaries of finite domains. With cubic nonlinearities, we show that edge states whose eigenvalue branch remains within the gap as amplitude increases remain localized, and therefore appear to be robust with respect to amplitude. In contrast, edge states whose corresponding branch approaches the bulk bands experience de-localization transitions. These transitions are predicted through continuation studies on the linear eigenmodes as a function of amplitude, and are confirmed by direct time domain simulations on finite lattices. Through our predictions, we also observe a series of amplitude-induced localization transitions as the bulk modes detach from the nonlinear bulk bands and become discrete breathers that are localized in one or more regions of the domain. Remarkably, the predicted transitions are independent of the size of the finite lattice, and exist for both periodic and quasiperiodic lattices. These results highlight the co-existence of topological edge states and discrete breathers in nonlinear modulated lattices. Their interplay may be exploited for amplitude-induced eigenstate transitions, for the assessment of the robustness of localized states, and as a strategy to induce discrete breathers through amplitude tuning.

Zeng-Xing Liu and Hao Xiong 2023 New J. Phys. 25 103052

Spin wave has attracted significant attention in various fields because of its rich physics and potential applications in the development of spintronics devices in the post-Moore era. However, the analog of a subluminal-like propagation in the field of spin waves has not been well discussed. Here, we theoretically demonstrate the ultra-slow spin waves propagation in a nanoscale two-dimensional ferromagnetic film in the presence of magnon-skyrmion interaction. The minimum spin waves propagation velocity was estimated to be as low as 1.8 m s −1 by adjusting the system parameters properly, and the spin waves group delay and advance are dynamically tunable via the intensity or detuning of the control field, which allows the possibility of observing superluminal- and subluminal-like spin waves propagation in a single experimental setup. These results deepen our understanding of the spin wave–skyrmion interactions, open a novel and efficient pathway to realize ultra-slow spin waves propagation, and are expected to be applied to magnetic information storage and quantum operations of magnons.

Jacques Pienaar 2023 New J. Phys. 25 109501

Mingchen Liu et al 2023 New J. Phys. 25 103051

The precision of phase estimation with interferometers can be greatly enhanced using non-classical quantum states, and the SU(1,1) interferometer is an elegant scheme, which generates two-mode squeezed state internally and also amplifies the signal. It has been shown in Anderson et al (2017 Phys. Rev. A 95 063843) that the photon-number measurement can achieve the Heisenberg limit, but only for estimating a small phase shift. We relax the constraint on the range of phase by considering two adaptive protocols: one also uses the photon-number measurement with a specially tuned sequence of feedback phase; the other implements the yet-to-be-realized optimal measurement but without fine tuning.

Tomasz Linowski et al 2023 New J. Phys. 25 103050

Super resolution is one of the key issues at the crossroads of contemporary quantum optics and metrology. Recently, it was shown that for an idealized case of two balanced sources, spatial mode demultiplexing (SPADE) achieves resolution better than direct imaging even in the presence of measurement crosstalk (Gessner et al 2020 Phys. Rev. Lett. 125 100501). In this work, we consider arbitrarily unbalanced sources and provide a systematic analysis of the impact of crosstalk on the resolution obtained from SPADE. As we dissect, in this generalized scenario, SPADE's effectiveness depends non-trivially on the strength of crosstalk, relative brightness and the separation between the sources. In particular, for any source imbalance, SPADE performs worse than ideal direct imaging in the asymptotic limit of vanishing source separations. Nonetheless, for realistic values of crosstalk strength, SPADE is still the superior method for several orders of magnitude of source separations.

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Quentin Glorieux et al 2023 New J. Phys. 25 051201

Nonlinear optics has been a very dynamic field of research with spectacular phenomena discovered mainly after the invention of lasers. The combination of high intensity fields with resonant systems has further enhanced the nonlinearity with specific additional effects related to the resonances. In this paper we review a limited range of these effects which has been studied in the past decades using close-to-room-temperature atomic vapors as the nonlinear resonant medium. In particular we describe four-wave mixing and generation of nonclassical light in atomic vapors. One-and two-mode squeezing as well as photon correlations are discussed. Furthermore, we present some applications for optical and quantum memories based on hot atomic vapors. Finally, we present results on the recently developed field of quantum fluids of light using hot atomic vapors.

F Luoni et al 2021 New J. Phys. 23 101201

Realistic nuclear reaction cross-section models are an essential ingredient of reliable heavy-ion transport codes. Such codes are used for risk evaluation of manned space exploration missions as well as for ion-beam therapy dose calculations and treatment planning. Therefore, in this study, a collection of total nuclear reaction cross-section data has been generated within a GSI-ESA-NASA collaboration. The database includes the experimentally measured total nucleus–nucleus reaction cross-sections. The Tripathi, Kox, Shen, Kox–Shen, and Hybrid-Kurotama models are systematically compared with the collected data. Details about the implementation of the models are given. Literature gaps are pointed out and considerations are made about which models fit best the existing data for the most relevant systems to radiation protection in space and heavy-ion therapy.

S Al Kharusi et al 2021 New J. Phys. 23 031201

The next core-collapse supernova in the Milky Way or its satellites will represent a once-in-a-generation opportunity to obtain detailed information about the explosion of a star and provide significant scientific insight for a variety of fields because of the extreme conditions found within. Supernovae in our galaxy are not only rare on a human timescale but also happen at unscheduled times, so it is crucial to be ready and use all available instruments to capture all possible information from the event. The first indication of a potential stellar explosion will be the arrival of a bright burst of neutrinos. Its observation by multiple detectors worldwide can provide an early warning for the subsequent electromagnetic fireworks, as well as signal to other detectors with significant backgrounds so they can store their recent data. The supernova early warning system (SNEWS) has been operating as a simple coincidence between neutrino experiments in automated mode since 2005. In the current era of multi-messenger astronomy there are new opportunities for SNEWS to optimize sensitivity to science from the next galactic supernova beyond the simple early alert. This document is the product of a workshop in June 2019 towards design of SNEWS 2.0, an upgraded SNEWS with enhanced capabilities exploiting the unique advantages of prompt neutrino detection to maximize the science gained from such a valuable event.

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Universality of the long-distance behavior across the BEC-BCS smooth transition for two-body density correlation functions and the Cooper-pair probability density is demonstrated in a balanced mixture of a two-component Fermi gas at $T = 0$. It is numerically shown at the mean-field level that these two-body quantities exhibit an exponential decay in terms of the chemical potential and the low-energy behavior of the gap. A general expression is found for the two-body distributions holding for different features of finite-range potentials, such as divergences at the origin, discontinuities at a finite radius, power-law decay, and exponential decay. The correlation length characterizing the long-distance behavior unravels the dependence on the energy needed to break pairs along the BEC-BCS crossover, a quantity meaningful to the stability of the many-body state.

Karam et al 

We present an experimental and numerical study of ion field evaporation from LaB6 nanotips using single-cycle terahertz (THz) transients and a static bias voltage. Varying the amplitude and phase of the THz pulses and the value of the bias, we explore the THz-induced reshaping of the ions energy and their time-of-flight spectra. These results prove that short THz transient of about 1 ps can induce ionization and emission of ions from LaB6 samples by a field effect: the THz transient acts as an ultra-short electrical pulse. Moreover, comparing numerical and experimental results, we prove that the response time of surface atoms to the THz transient is is shorter than 1 ps, corresponding to the vibration time of acoustic phonons in LaB6.&#xD;

Sala et al 

We study (In,Ga)(As,Sb)/GaAs quantum dots embedded in a GaP (100) matrix, which are overgrown by a thin GaSb capping layer with variable thickness. Quantum dot samples are studied by temperature-dependent photoluminescence, and we observe that the quantum dot emission shows anomalous temperature dependence,~i.e., increase of energy with temperature increase from 10~K to $\sim$70~K, followed by energy decrease for larger temperatures. With the help of fitting of luminescence spectra by Gaussian bands with energies extracted from eight band ${\bf k}\cdot{\bf p}$ theory with multiparticle corrections calculated using the configuration interaction method, we explain the anomalous temperature dependence as mixing of momentum direct and indirect exciton states. We also find that the ${\bf k}$-indirect electron-hole transition in type-I regime at temperatures $<70$~K is optically more intense than ${\bf k}$-direct. Furthermore, we identify a band alignment change from type-I to type-II for QDs overgrown by more than one monolayer of GaSb. Finally, we predict the retention time of (In,Ga)(As,Sb)/GaAs/AlP/GaP quantum dots capped with GaSb layers with varying thickness, for usage as storage units in the QD-Flash nanomemory concept and observe that by using only a 2~ML-thick GaSb capping layer, the projected storage time surpasses the non-volatility limit of 10 years.

Pedram et al 

We investigate the energetic advantage of accelerating a quantum harmonic oscillator Otto engine by use of shortcuts to adiabaticity (for the expansion and compression strokes) and to equilibrium (for the hot isochore), by means of counter-diabatic (CD) driving. By comparing various protocols with and without CD driving, we find that, applying both type of shortcuts leads to enhanced power and efficiency even after the driving costs are taken into account. The hybrid protocol not only retains its advantage in the limit cycle, but also recovers engine functionality (i.e., a positive power output) in parameter regimes where an uncontrolled, finite-time Otto cycle fails. We show that controlling three strokes of the cycle leads to an overall improvement of the performance metrics compared with controlling only the two adiabatic strokes. Moreover, we numerically calculate the limit cycle behavior of the engine and show that the engines with accelerated isochoric and adiabatic strokes display a superior power output in this mode of operation.

Bychek et al 

The implementation of a superradiant laser as an active frequency standard is predicted to provide better short-term stability and robustness to thermal and mechanical fluctuations when compared to standard passive optical clocks. However, despite significant recent progress, the experimental realization of continuous wave superradiant lasing still remains an open challenge as it requires continuous loading, cooling, and pumping of active atoms within an optical resonator. Here we propose a new scenario for creating continuous gain by using optical forces acting on the states of a two-level atom via bichromatic coherent pumping of a cold atomic gas trapped inside a single-mode cavity. Analogous to atomic maser setups, tailored state-dependent forces are used to gather and concentrate excited state atoms in regions of strong atom-cavity coupling while ground-state atoms are repelled. To facilitate numerical simulations of a sufficiently large atomic ensemble, we rely on a second-order cumulant expansion and describe the atomic motion in a semi-classical point-particle approximation subject to position-dependent light shifts which induce optical gradient forces along the cavity axis. We study minimal conditions on pump laser intensities and detunings required for collective superradiant emission. Balancing Doppler cooling and gain-induced heating we identify a parameter regime of a continuous narrow-band laser operation close to the bare atomic frequency.

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