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The Effect of Magnetic Variability on Stellar Angular Momentum Loss I: The Solar Wind Torque During Sunspot Cycles 23 & 24Jul 31 2018Aug 23 2018The rotational evolution of cool stars is governed by magnetised stellar winds which slow the stellar rotation during their main sequence lifetimes. Magnetic variability is commonly observed in Sun-like stars, and the changing strength and topology of ... More
Asymptotic properties of the C-MetricMar 07 2010The aim of this article is to analyze the asymptotic properties of the C-metric, using a general method specified in work of Tafel and coworkers, [1], [2], [3]. By finding an appropriate conformal factor $\Omega$, it allows the investigation of the asymptotic ... More
The energy dependence of $p_t$ angular correlations inferred from mean-$p_{t}$ fluctuation scale dependence in heavy ion collisions at the SPS and RHICMay 17 2006Dec 07 2006We present the first study of the energy dependence of $p_t$ angular correlations inferred from event-wise mean transverse momentum $<p_{t} >$ fluctuations in heavy ion collisions. We compare our large-acceptance measurements at CM energies $\sqrt{s_{NN}} ... More
The multiplicity dependence of inclusive $p_t$ spectra from p-p collisions at $\sqrt{s}$ = 200 GeVJun 23 2006Jun 26 2006We report measurements of transverse momentum $p_t$ spectra for ten event multiplicity classes of p-p collisions at $\sqrt{s} = 200$ GeV. By analyzing the multiplicity dependence we find that the spectrum shape can be decomposed into a part with amplitude ... More
Multi-Strange Baryon Production in Au-Au collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 130 GeVJul 30 2003The transverse mass spectra and mid-rapidity yields for $\Xi$s and $\Omega$s plus their anti-particles are presented. The 10% most central collision yields suggest that the amount of multi-strange particles produced per produced charged hadron increases ... More
Transverse momentum and collision energy dependence of high $p_{T}$ hadron suppression in Au+Au collisions at ultrarelativistic energiesMay 19 2003Oct 29 2003We report high statistics measurements of inclusive charged hadron production in Au+Au and p+p collisions at \sqrtsNN=200 GeV. A large, approximately constant hadron suppression is observed in central Au+Au collisions for $5\lt\pT\lt12$ GeV/c. The collision ... More
Search for Light Gluinos via the Spontaneous Appearance of pi+pi- Pairs with an 800 GeV/c Proton Beam at FermilabSep 25 1997We searched for the appearance of pi+pi- pairs with invariant mass greater than 648 MeV in a neutral beam. Such an observation could signify the decay of a long-lived light neutral particle. We find no evidence for this decay. Our null result severely ... More
Multiplicity fluctuations in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=130$ GeVJul 08 2003We present the results of charged particle fluctuations measurements in Au + Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=130$ GeV using the STAR detector. Dynamical fluctuations measurements are presented for inclusive charged particle multiplicities as well as for ... More
Production of $e^+e^-$ Pairs Accompanied by Nuclear Dissociation in Ultra-Peripheral Heavy Ion CollisionApr 07 2004Jul 19 2004We present the first data on $e^+e^-$ pair production accompanied by nuclear breakup in ultra-peripheral gold-gold collisions at a center of mass energy of 200 GeV per nucleon pair. The nuclear breakup requirement selects events at small impact parameters, ... More
Pion-Kaon correlations in central Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 130$ GeVJul 31 2003May 24 2004Pion-kaon correlation functions are constructed from central Au+Au data taken at $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 130$ GeV. The results suggest that pions and kaons are not emitted at the same average space-time point. Space-momentum correlations, i.e. transverse flow, ... More
rho^0 Production and Possible Modification in Au+Au and p+p Collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeVJul 28 2003Mar 08 2004We report results on rho(770)^0 -> pi+pi- production at midrapidity in p+p and peripheral Au+Au collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV. This is the first direct measurement of rho(770)^0 -> pi+pi- in heavy-ion collisions. The measured rho^0 peak in the invariant ... More
Evidence from d+Au measurements for final-state suppression of high $p_T$ hadrons in Au+Au collisions at RHICJun 17 2003Aug 18 2003We report measurements of single-particle inclusive spectra and two-particle azimuthal distributions of charged hadrons at high transverse momentum (high $p_T$) in minimum bias and central d+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$=200 GeV. The inclusive yield ... More
Rapidity and Centrality Dependence of Proton and Anti-proton Production from Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 130GeVJun 20 2003We report on the rapidity and centrality dependence of proton and anti-proton transverse mass distributions from Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 130GeV as measured by the STAR experiment at RHIC. Our results are from the rapidity and transverse momentum ... More
Strange anti-particle to particle ratios at mid-rapidity in sqrt(s_NN)= 130 GeV Au+Au CollisionsNov 22 2002Jul 15 2003Values of the ratios in the mid-rapidity yields of anti-Lambda/Lambda = 0.71 +/- 0.01(stat.) +/- 0.04(sys.), anti-Xi+/Xi- = 0.83 +/- 0.04(stat.) +/- 0.05 (sys.), anti-Omega+/Omega- = 0.95 +/- 0.15(stat) +/- 0.05(sys.) and K+/K- 1.092 +/- 0.023(combined) ... More
Search for the decay K_L-> pi^0 nu nubarJun 08 1998Jun 10 1998We report on a search for the rare decay K_L -> pi^0 nu nubar in the KTeV experiment at Fermilab. We searched for two-photon events whose kinematics were consistent with an isolated pi^0 coming from the decay K_L -> pi^0 nu nubar. One candidate event ... More
Evidence for the Galactic X-ray Bulge IIJul 10 1998A mosaic of 5 \ros~PSPC pointed observations in the Galactic plane ($l\sim25^{\circ}$) reveals X-ray shadows in the $0.5-2.0$ keV band cast by distant molecular clouds. The observed on-cloud and off-cloud X-ray fluxes indicate that $\sim15$% and $\sim37$% ... More
The TeV Energy Spectrum of Mrk 421 Measured in A High Flaring StateAug 28 2007The BL Lac object (blazar) Mrk 421 was observed during its outburst in April 2004 with the Whipple 10 m telescope for a total of about 24.5 hours. The measured gamma-ray rate varied substantially over the range from 4 to 10 gamma's/min and eventually ... More
X-Ray Spectral Variability of Extreme BL Lac AGN H1426+428Oct 08 2003Between 7 March 2002 and 15 June 2002, intensive X-ray observations were carried out on the extreme BL Lac object H1426+428 with instruments on board the Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer (RXTE). These instruments provide measurements of H1426+428 in the crucial ... More
Equations for Complex-Valued, Twisting, Type N, Vacuum Solutions, with one or two Killing/homothetic vectorsAug 23 2001HH-spaces, i.e., complex spacetimes, of Petrov type NxN are determined by a trio of pde's for two functions, lambda and a, of three independent variables (and also two gauge functions, chosen to be two of the independent variables if one prefers). As ... More
Independent dynamic acousto-mechanical and electrostatic control of individual quantum dots in a LiNbO$_{3}$-GaAs hybridOct 22 2014Dec 16 2014We demonstrate tuning of single quantum dot emission lines by the combined action of the dynamic acoustic field of a radio frequency surface acoustic wave and a static electric field. Both tuning parameters are set all-electrically in a LiNbO$_{3}$-GaAs ... More
The Spectra and Classification of L and T DwarfsSep 24 2001In this contribution, I discuss some of the salient features of L and T dwarf spectra in both the red optical (6300--10000 {\AA}) and near-infrared (1--2.5 $\micron$) wavelength regimes. Important absorption bands and lines, including those of H$_2$O, ... More
Minor arcs, mean values, and restriction theory for exponential sums over smooth numbersAug 07 2014We investigate exponential sums over those numbers $\leq x$ all of whose prime factors are $\leq y$. We prove fairly good minor arc estimates, valid whenever $\log^{3}x \leq y \leq x^{1/3}$. Then we prove sharp upper bounds for the $p$-th moment of (possibly ... More
A note on the maximum of the Riemann zeta function, and log-correlated random variablesApr 02 2013In recent work, Fyodorov and Keating conjectured the maximum size of $|\zeta(1/2+it)|$ in a typical interval of length O(1) on the critical line. They did this by modelling the zeta function by the characteristic polynomial of a random matrix; relating ... More
Multi-strange baryon elliptic flow in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(s_NN)= 200 GeVApr 22 2005We report on the first measurement of elliptic flow $v_2(p_T)$ of multi-strange baryons $\Xi+\bar{Xi}$ and $\Omega+\bar{Omega} in heavy-ion collisions. In minimum bias Au+Au collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV, a significant amount of elliptic flow, comparable ... More
Two-particle correlations on transverse momentum and momentum dissipation in Au-Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 130 GeVAug 11 2004Jan 12 2007Measurements of two-particle correlations on transverse momentum $p_t$ for Au-Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 130$ GeV are presented. Significant large-momentum-scale correlations are observed for charged primary hadrons with $0.15 \leq p_t \leq 2$ ... More
Identified particle distributions in pp and Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN}=200 GeVOct 06 2003Transverse mass and rapidity distributions for charged pions, charged kaons, protons and antiprotons are reported for sqrt{s_NN}=200 GeV pp and Au+Au collisions at RHIC. The transverse mass distributions are rapidity independent within |y|<0.5, consistent ... More
Delta- phi Delta- eta Correlations in Central Au+Au Collisions at sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200 GevJul 07 2006Jan 24 2007We report charged-particle pair correlation analyses in the space of Delta -phi (azimuth) and Delta -eta (pseudo-rapidity), for central Au + Au collisions at sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200 GeV in the STAR detector. The analysis involves unlike-sign charge pairs and ... More
Proton-lambda correlations in central Au+Au collisions at sqrt (s_NN)=200 GeVNov 01 2005Dec 09 2006We report on p-Lambda, p-Lambda bar, p bar-Lambda and p bar-Lambda bar correlation functions constructed in central Au-Au collisions at sqrt(s_NN)=200GeV by the STAR experiment at RHIC. The proton and lambda source size is inferred from the p-Lambda and ... More
An "almost" full embedding of the category of graphs into the category of groupsDec 02 2009May 18 2010We construct a functor from the category of graphs to the category of groups which is faithful and "almost" full, in the sense that it induces bijections of the Hom sets up to trivial homomorphisms and conjugation in the category of groups. We provide ... More
Large localizations of finite groupsOct 09 2008We construct examples of localizations in the category of groups which take the Mathieu group $M_{11}$ to groups of arbitrarily large cardinality which are ``abelian up to finitely many generators''. The paper is part of a broader study on the group theoretic ... More
SDSS J080531.84+481233.0: An Unresolved L Dwarf/T Dwarf BinaryJun 13 2007SDSS J080531.84+481233.0 is a peculiar L-type dwarf that exhibits unusually blue near-infrared and mid-infrared colors and divergent optical (L4) and near-infrared (L9.5) spectral classifications. These peculiar spectral traits have been variously attributed ... More
The Spectrum of HD 3651B: An Extrasolar Nemesis?Sep 20 2006Nov 16 2006This article has been withdrawn; see astro-ph/0611542
Binaries and the L Dwarf/T Dwarf TransitionNov 15 2006High-resolution imaging has revealed an unusually high binary fraction amongst objects spanning the transition between the L dwarf and T dwarf spectral classes. In an attempt to reproduce and unravel the origins of this apparent binary excess, I present ... More
Cavity versus dot emission in strongly coupled quantum dots-cavity systemsFeb 18 2011We discuss the spectral lineshapes of N quantum dots in strong coupling with the single mode of a microcavity. Nontrivial features are brought by detuning the emitters or probing the direct exciton emission spectrum. We describe dark states, quantum nonlinearities, ... More
Linear and Non-linear Response of Lithographically Defined Plasmonic NanoantennasFeb 18 2015Feb 20 2015We present numerical studies, nano-fabrication and optical characterization of bowtie nanoantennas demonstrating their superior performance with respect to the electric field enhancement as compared to other Au nanoparticle shapes. For optimized parameters, ... More
Brown Dwarfs as Galactic ChronometersNov 15 2008Brown dwarfs are natural clocks, cooling and dimming over time due to insufficient core fusion. They are also numerous and present in nearly all Galactic environments, making them potentially useful chronometers for a variety of Galactic studies. For ... More
Homomorphisms from Functional Equations: The Goldie EquationJul 15 2014Nov 07 2014The theory of regular variation, in its Karamata and Bojani\'c-Karamata/de Haan forms, is long established and makes essential use of the Cauchy functional equation. Both forms are subsumed within the recent theory of Beurling regular variation, developed ... More
Homotopical localizations at a spaceMay 17 2002Our main motivation for the work presented in this paper is to construct a localization functor, in a certain sense dual to the f-localization of Bousfield and Farjoun, and to study some of its properties. We succeed in a case which is related to the ... More
Ultracool Subdwarfs: Subsolar Metallicity Objects Down to Substellar MassesJan 29 2007In the past few years, astronomers have uncovered several very low-temperature, metal-poor stars with halo or thick disk kinematics and peculiar spectral and photometric properties, so-called ultracool subdwarfs. These include the first examples of L ... More
The Brown Dwarf-Exoplanet ConnectionMar 09 2009Brown dwarfs are commonly regarded as easily-observed templates for exoplanet studies, with comparable masses, physical sizes and atmospheric properties. There is indeed considerable overlap in the photospheric temperatures of the coldest brown dwarfs ... More
Clouds, Brightening and Multiplicity Across the L Dwarf/T Dwarf TransitionOct 03 2008The transition between the two lowest-luminosity spectral classes of brown dwarfs--the L dwarfs and T dwarfs--is traversed by nearly all brown dwarfs as they cool over time. Yet distinct features of this transition, such as the "J-band bump" and an unusually ... More
Chains of group localizationsDec 03 2009We construct long sequences of localization functors L_a in the category of abelian groups such that L_a > L_b for infinite cardinals a < b less than some k. For sufficiently large free abelian groups F and a < b we have proper inclusions of L_aF into ... More
Pickands' constant $H_α$ does not equal $1/Γ(1/α)$, for small $α$Apr 22 2014Pickands' constants $H_{\alpha}$ appear in various classical limit results about tail probabilities of suprema of Gaussian processes. It is an often quoted conjecture that perhaps $H_{\alpha} = 1/\Gamma(1/\alpha)$ for all $0 < \alpha \leq 2$, but it is ... More
Sharp conditional bounds for moments of the Riemann zeta functionMay 20 2013We prove, assuming the Riemann Hypothesis, that \int_{T}^{2T} |\zeta(1/2+it)|^{2k} dt \ll_{k} T log^{k^{2}} T for any fixed k \geq 0 and all large T. This is sharp up to the value of the implicit constant. Our proof builds on well known work of Soundararajan, ... More
Bombieri--Vinogradov and Barban--Davenport--Halberstam type theorems for smooth numbersAug 29 2012We prove Bombieri--Vinogradov and Barban--Davenport--Halberstam type theorems for the y-smooth numbers less than x, on the range log^{K}x \leq y \leq x. This improves on the range \exp{log^{2/3 + \epsilon}x} \leq y \leq x that was previously available. ... More
Forward Neutral Pion Production in p+p and d+Au Collisions at sqrt(s_NN)=200 GeVFeb 09 2006Oct 12 2006Measurements of the production of forward pi0 mesons from p+p and d+Au collisions at sqrt(s_NN)=200 GeV are reported. The p+p yield generally agrees with next-to-leading order perturbative QCD calculations. The d+Au yield per binary collision is suppressed ... More
K(892)* Resonance Production in Au+Au and p+p Collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 200 GeV at RHICDec 09 2004Apr 22 2005The short-lived $K(892)^{*}$ resonance provides an efficient tool to probe properties of the hot and dense medium produced in relativistic heavy-ion collisions. We report measurements of $K^{*}$ in $\sqrt{s_{_{NN}}}$ = 200 GeV Au+Au and $p+p$ collisions ... More
Open charm yields in d+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{NN}}}=200$ GeVJul 06 2004Jan 07 2005Mid-rapidity open charm spectra from direct reconstruction of $D^{0}$($\bar{D^0}$)$\to K^{\mp}\pi^{\pm}$ in d+Au collisions and indirect electron/positron measurements via charm semileptonic decays in p+p and d+Au collisions at \srt = 200 GeV are reported. ... More
An almost full embedding of the category of graphs into the category of abelian groupsApr 29 2011Mar 19 2014We construct an embedding G of the category of graphs into the category of abelian groups such that for graphs X and Y we have Hom(GX,GY)=Z[Hom(X,Y)], the free abelian group whose basis is the set Hom(X,Y). The isomorphism is functorial in X and Y. The ... More
Cloud Formation and Dynamics in Cool Dwarf and Hot Exoplanetary AtmospheresOct 12 2009The lowest-mass stars, brown dwarfs and extrasolar planets present challenges and opportunities for understanding dynamics and cloud formation processes in low-temperature atmospheres. For brown dwarfs, the formation, variation and rapid depletion of ... More
The SpeX Prism Library: 1000+ Low-resolution, Near-infrared Spectra of Ultracool M, L, T and Y DwarfsJun 18 2014The SpeX Prism Library (SPL) is a uniform compilation of low-resolution (R ~ 75-120), near-infrared (0.8-2.5 micron) spectra spanning a decade of observations with the IRTF SpeX spectrograph. Primarily containing ultracool M, L, T and Y dwarfs, this spectral ... More
The L dwarf/T dwarf transition: multiplicity, magnetic activity and mineral meteorology across the hydrogen burning limitDec 31 2012The transition between the L dwarf and T dwarf spectral classes is one of the most remarkable along the stellar/brown dwarf Main Sequence, separating sources with photospheres containing mineral condensate clouds from those containing methane and ammonia ... More
The Physical Properties of HD 3651B: An Extrasolar Nemesis?Nov 16 2006I present detailed analysis of the near infrared spectrum of HD 3651B, a faint, co-moving wide companion to the nearby planet-hosting star HD 3651. These data confirm the companion as a brown dwarf with spectral type T8, consistent with the analysis of ... More
The future of cosmology and the role of non-linear perturbationsNov 29 2011Jan 18 2012Cosmological perturbation theory is a key tool to study the universe. The linear or first order theory is well understood, however, developing and applying the theory beyond linear order is at the cutting edge of current research in theoretical cosmology. ... More
Gauge conditions in combined dark energy and dark matter systemsAug 04 2010Oct 12 2010When analysing a system consisting of both dark matter and dark energy, an often used practice in the literature is to neglect the perturbations in the dark energy component. However, it has recently been argued, through the use of numerical simulations, ... More
Applying Artifical Neural Networks To Predict Nominal Vehicle PerformanceMar 16 2016This paper investigates the use of artificial neural networks (ANNs) to replace traditional algorithms and manual review for identifying anomalies in vehicle run data. The specific data used for this study is from undersea vehicle qualification tests. ... More
Relating metric and covariant perturbation theories in $f(R)$ gravityApr 13 2016Modified theories of gravity have been invoked recently as an alternative to dark energy, in an attempt to explain the apparent accelerated expansion of the universe at the present time. In order to describe inhomogeneities in cosmological models, cosmological ... More
Modelling the transmission dynamics of online social contagionJan 31 2016During 2014-15, there were several outbreaks of nominated-based online social contagion. These infections, which were transmitted from one individual to another via posts on social media, included games such as 'neknomination', 'ice bucket challenge', ... More
Neutral strange particle production at mid unit rapidity in p+p collisions at sqrt(s) = 200 GeVMar 12 2004Mar 19 2004We briefly discuss the methods of analysing reconstructed neutral strange particles in p+p collision data measured at sqrt(s) = 200 GeV taken using the Solenoidal Tracker At RHIC (STAR) detector. We present spectra for K0 short, lambda and anti-lambda ... More
Transverse-momentum $p_t$ correlations on $(η,φ)$ from mean-$p_{t}$ fluctuations in Au-Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = $ 200 GeVSep 23 2005Apr 11 2006We present first measurements of the pseudorapidity and azimuth $(\eta,\phi)$ bin-size dependence of event-wise mean transverse momentum $<p_{t} >$ fluctuations for Au-Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200$ GeV. We invert that dependence to obtain $p_t$ ... More
Experimental and Theoretical Challenges in the Search for the Quark Gluon Plasma: The STAR Collaboration's Critical Assessment of the Evidence from RHIC CollisionsJan 13 2005Apr 26 2005We review the most important experimental results from the first three years of nucleus-nucleus collision studies at RHIC, with emphasis on results from the STAR experiment, and we assess their interpretation and comparison to theory. The theory-experiment ... More
Stable laws and Beurling kernelsJun 14 2016We identify a close relation between stable distributions and the limiting homomorphisms central to the theory of regular variation. In so doing some simplifications are achieved in the direct analysis of these laws in Pitman and Pitman (2016); stable ... More
The generalized Levinger transformationDec 22 2007In this paper, we present new results relating the numerical range of a matrix $A$ with generalized Levinger transformation $\mathcal{L}(A,\alpha,\beta) = \alphaH_A +\betaS_A$, where $H_A$ and $S_A$, are respectively the Hermitian and skew-hermitian parts ... More
Direct measurement of plasmon propagation lengths on lithographically defined metallic waveguides on GaAsOct 19 2011We present optical investigations of rectangular surface plasmon polariton waveguides lithographically defined on GaAs substrates. The plasmon propagation length is directly determined using a confocal microscope, with independent polarization control ... More
Coplanar stripline antenna design for optically detected magnetic resonance on semiconductor quantum dotsFeb 14 2011We report on the development and testing of a coplanar stripline antenna that is designed for integration in a magneto-photoluminescence experiment to allow coherent control of individual electron spins confined in single self-assembled semiconductor ... More
Selective Optical Charge Generation, Storage and Readout in a Single Self Assembled Quantum DotDec 16 2008Jan 20 2009We report the investigation of a single quantum dot charge storage device. The device allows selective optical charging of a single dot with electrons, storage of these charges over timescales much longer than microseconds and reliable optical readout ... More
The Effect of Combined Magnetic Geometries on Thermally Driven Winds II: Dipolar, Quadrupolar and Octupolar TopologiesJan 23 2018During the lifetime of sun-like or low mass stars a significant amount of angular momentum is removed through magnetised stellar winds. This process is often assumed to be governed by the dipolar component of the magnetic field. However, observed magnetic ... More
Estimating magnetic filling factors from Zeeman-Doppler magnetogramsMar 13 2019Low-mass stars are known to have magnetic fields that are believed to be of dynamo origin. Two complementary techniques are principally used to characterise them. Zeeman-Doppler imaging (ZDI) can determine the geometry of the large-scale magnetic field ... More
Electrically probing photonic bandgap phenomena in contacted defect nanocavitiesSep 13 2007We demonstrate an electrically tunable two dimensional photonic crystal nanocavity containing InAs self assembled quantum dots. Photoluminescence and electroluminescence measurements are combined to probe the cavity mode structure and demonstrate a local ... More
Manipulation of the Spontaneous Emission Dynamics of Quantum Dots in 2D Photonic CrystalsJan 04 2005Apr 08 2005We demonstrate the ability to control the spontaneous emission dynamics of self-assembled quantum dots via the local density of optical modes in 2D-photonic crystals. We show that an incomplete 2D photonic bandgap is sufficient to significantly lengthen ... More
Temporal Monitoring of Non-resonant Feeding of Semiconductor Nanocavity Modes by Quantum Dot Multiexciton TransitionsMar 15 2010We experimentally investigate the non-resonant feeding of photons into the optical mode of a zero dimensional nanocavity by quantum dot multiexciton transitions. Power dependent photoluminescence measurements reveal a super-linear power dependence of ... More
Proper Motion of Pulsar B1800-21Jul 20 2006Oct 20 2006We report high angular resolution, multi-epoch radio observations of the young pulsar PSR B1800-21. Using two pairs of data sets, each pair spanning approximately a ten year period, we calculate the proper motion of the pulsar. We obtain a proper motion ... More
The Spectra of T Dwarfs. II. Red Optical DataMay 08 2003We present 6300--10100 {\AA} spectra for a sample of 13 T dwarfs observed using LRIS mounted on the Keck I 10m Telescope. A variety of features are identified and analyzed, including pressure-broadened K I and Na I doublets; narrow Cs I and Rb I lines; ... More
Cavity-resonant excitation for efficient single photon generationMar 17 2008We present an efficiently pumped single photon source based on single quantum dots (QD) embedded in photonic crystal nanocavities. Resonant excitation of a QD via a higher order cavity mode results in a 100$\times$ reduced optical power at the saturation ... More
Efficient Spatial Redistribution of Quantum Dot Spontaneous Emission from 2D Photonic CrystalsJun 05 2007We investigate the modification of the spontaneous emission dynamics and external quantum efficiency for self-assembled InGaAs quantum dots coupled to extended and localised photonic states in GaAs 2D-photonic crystals. The 2D-photonic bandgap is shown ... More
Surface acoustic wave regulated single photon emission from a coupled quantum dot-nanocavity systemMay 16 2016Jul 11 2016A coupled quantum dot--nanocavity system in the weak coupling regime of cavity quantumelectrodynamics is dynamically tuned in and out of resonance by the coherent elastic field of a $f_{\rm SAW}\simeq800\,\mathrm{MHz}$ surface acoustic wave. When the ... More
Surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy of single bowtie nano-antennas using a differential reflectivity methodFeb 05 2016We report on the structural and optical properties of individual bowtie nanoantennas both on glass and semiconducting GaAs substrates. The antennas on glass (GaAs) are shown to be of excellent quality and high uniformity reflected by narrow size distributions ... More
An Extended Radio Counterpart of TeV J2032+4130?Mar 01 2007We carried out a 5-pointing mosaic observation of TeV J2032+4130 at 1.4 and 4.8 GHz with the VLA in April of 2003. The analysis of the 4.8GHz data indicate weak wispy shell-like radio structure(s) which are at least partially non-thermal. The radio data ... More
Study of the volume and spin collapse in orthoferrite LuFeO_3 using LDA+UApr 29 2009Rare earth (R) orthoferrites RFeO_3 exhibit large volume transitions associated with a spin collapse. We present here ab initio calculations on LuFeO_3. We show that taking into account the strong correlation among the Fe-3d electrons is necessary. Indeed, ... More
An algebraic construction of twin-like modelsSep 19 2011Oct 04 2011If the generalized dynamics of K field theories (i.e., field theories with a non-standard kinetic term) is taken into account, then the possibility of so-called twin-like models opens up, that is, of different field theories which share the same topological ... More
Low energy dynamics of gapless and quasi-gapless modes of vortices in superfluid $^3$He-BSep 19 2013Oct 09 2013We discuss the low energy effective dynamics of gapless excitations of the mass vortices of systems similar to the Ginzburg-Landau description of superfluid helium-3 in the bulk B phase. Our approach is to determine the vortex solution by considering ... More
CriPS: Critical Dynamics in Particle Swarm OptimizationFeb 27 2014Particle Swarm Optimisation (PSO) makes use of a dynamical system for solving a search task. Instead of adding search biases in order to improve performance in certain problems, we aim to remove algorithm-induced scales by controlling the swarm with a ... More
A graphical tool for demonstrating the techniques of radio interferometryNov 01 2012We present a graphical interface designed to demonstrate the techniques of radio interferometry used by telescopes like ALMA, e-Merlin, the JVLA and SKA, in a manner accessible to the general public. Interferometry is an observational tech- nique used ... More
Ab initio thermodynamic model of Cu$_2$ZnSnS$_4$Mar 31 2014Thin-film solar cells based on the semiconductor Cu$_2$ZnSnS$_4$ (CZTS) are a promising candidate for Terawatt-scale renewable energy generation. While CZTS is composed of earth abundant and non-toxic elements, arranged in the kesterite crystal structure, ... More
Singularities of Nonlinear Elliptic SystemsMay 09 2012May 07 2013Through Morrey's spaces (plus Zorko's spaces) and their potentials/capacities as well as Hausdorff contents/dimensions, this paper estimates the singular sets of nonlinear elliptic systems of the even-ordered Meyers-Elcrat type and a class of quadratic ... More
Integrated superconducting detectors on semiconductors for quantum optics applicationsJan 22 2016Semiconductor quantum photonic circuits can be used to efficiently generate, manipulate, route and exploit non-classical states of light for distributed photon based quantum information technologies. In this article, we review our recent achievements ... More
Pulsed Rabi oscillations in quantum two-level systems: beyond the Area TheoremAug 17 2017Nov 03 2017The Area Theorem states that when a short optical pulse drives a quantum two-level system, it undergoes Rabi oscillations in the probability of scattering a single photon. In this work, we investigate the breakdown of the Area Theorem as both the pulse ... More
Return to the Kuiper Belt: launch opportunities from 2025 to 2040Oct 17 2018Preliminary spacecraft trajectories for 45 Kuiper Belt Objects (KBOs) and Pluto suitable for launch between 2025 and 2040 are presented. These 46 objects comprise all objects with H magnitude < 4.0 or which have received a name from the International ... More
Universal statistics of vortex linesDec 20 2011Mar 28 2012We study the vortex lines that are a feature of many random or disordered three-dimensional systems. These show universal statistical properties on long length scales, and geometrical phase transitions analogous to percolation transitions but in distinct ... More
A carrier relaxation bottleneck probed in single InGaAs quantum dots using integrated superconducting single photon detectorsJul 02 2014Aug 15 2014Using integrated superconducting single photon detectors we probe ultra-slow exciton capture and relaxation dynamics in single self-assembled InGaAs quantum dots embedded in a GaAs ridge waveguide. Time-resolved luminescence measurements performed with ... More
Electrical control of the exciton-biexciton splitting in a single self-assembled InGaAs quantum dotsSep 10 2010Jul 23 2011We report on single InGaAs quantum dots embedded in a lateral electric field device. By applying a voltage we tune the neutral exciton transition into resonance with the biexciton using the quantum confined Stark effect. The results are compared to theoretical ... More
Investigation of Non Resonant Dot - Cavity Coupling in Two Dimensional Photonic Crystal NanocavitiesFeb 14 2008We study the optical emission from single semiconductor quantum dots coupled to the optical modes of photonic crystal nanocavities. For dots that are both spectrally and spatially coupled, auto-correlation measurements reveal efficient single photon generation, ... More
All optical quantum control of a spin-quantum state and ultrafast transduction into an electric currentDec 12 2012The ability to control and exploit quantum coherence and entanglement drives research across many fields ranging from ultra-cold quantum gases to spin systems in condensed matter. Transcending different physical systems, optical approaches have proven ... More
Mechanical switching of ferro-electric rubberDec 09 2008At the A to C transition, smectic elastomers have recently been observed to undergo $\sim$35% spontaneous shear strains. We first explicitly describe how strains of up to twice this value could be mechanically or electrically induced in Sm-$C$ elastomers ... More
On the Nature of the Unique H$α$-Emitting T Dwarf 2MASS J12373919+6526148Sep 28 2006We explore and discount the hypothesis that the strong, continual H$\alpha$-emitting T dwarf 2MASS J12373919+6526148 can be explained as a young, low gravity, very low mass brown dwarf. The source is already known to have a marginally-fainter absolute ... More
Sharing Computer Network Logs for Security and Privacy: A Motivation for New Methodologies of AnonymizationSep 03 2004Logs are one of the most fundamental resources to any security professional. It is widely recognized by the government and industry that it is both beneficial and desirable to share logs for the purpose of security research. However, the sharing is not ... More
Twinlike models with identical linear fluctuation spectraDec 01 2011Recently, the possibility of so-called twinlike field theories has been demonstrated, that is, of different field theories which share the same topological defect solution with the same energy density. Further, purely algebraic conditions have been derived ... More
Symmetries of generalized soliton models and submodels on target space $S^2$Dec 02 2004Some physically relevant non-linear models with solitons, which have target space $S^2$, are known to have submodels with infinitly many conservation laws defined by the eikonal equation. Here we calculate all the symmetries of these models and their ... More
Convolution semigroups of statesMay 08 2009Oct 28 2009Convolution semigroups of states on a quantum group form the natural noncommutative analogue of convolution semigroups of probability measures on a locally compact group. Here we initiate a theory of weakly continuous convolution semigroups of functionals ... More
Localisation and Completion with an addendum on the use of Brown-Peterson homology in stable homotopyDec 22 2010Jan 17 2011These are notes, by Z. Fiedorowicz, from lectures given by J. Frank Adams at the University of Chicago in spring of 1973. They give an elegant axiomatic presentation of localization and completion in algebraic topology. The construction of localization ... More