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Optical Control of Donor Spin Qubits in SiliconJul 28 2015Oct 26 2015We show how to achieve optical, spin-selective transitions from the ground state to excited orbital states of group-V donors (P, As, Sb, Bi) in silicon. We consider two approaches based on either resonant, far-infrared (IR) transitions of the neutral ... More

A Quantum Network of Silicon Qubits using Mid-Infrared Graphene PlasmonsJul 25 2014We consider a quantum network of mid-infrared, graphene plasmons coupled to the hydrogen-like excited states of group-V donors in silicon. First, we show how to use plasmon-enhanced light-matter interactions to achieve single-shot spin readout of the ... More

Protocol for a resonantly-driven three-qubit Toffoli gate with silicon spin qubitsMay 16 2019The three-qubit Toffoli gate plays an important role in quantum error correction and complex quantum algorithms such as Shor's factoring algorithm, motivating the search for efficient implementations of this gate. Here we introduce a Toffoli gate suitable ... More

Probing electron-phonon interactions in the charge-photon dynamics of cavity-coupled double quantum dotsNov 03 2017Electron-phonon coupling is known to play an important role in the charge dynamics of semiconductor quantum dots. Here we explore its role in the combined charge-photon dynamics of cavity-coupled double quantum dots. Previous work on these systems has ... More

Photon thermalization via laser cooling of atomsDec 22 2017Sep 20 2018Laser cooling of atomic motion enables a wide variety of technological and scientific explorations using cold atoms. Here we focus on the effect of laser cooling on the photons instead of on the atoms. Specifically, we show that non-interacting photons ... More

Preparation of Non-equilibrium Nuclear Spin States in Double Quantum DotsDec 31 2012Jul 25 2014We theoretically study the dynamic polarization of lattice nuclear spins in GaAs double quantum dots containing two electrons. In our prior work [Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 226807 (2010)] we identified three regimes of long-term dynamics, including the build ... More

Phonon-Assisted Gain in a Semiconductor Double Quantum Dot MaserJan 14 2015Apr 13 2015We develop a microscopic model for the recently demonstrated double quantum dot (DQD) maser. In characterizing the gain of this device we find that, in addition to the direct stimulated emission of photons, there is a large contribution from the simultaneous ... More

High-Order Multipole Radiation from Quantum Hall States in Dirac MaterialsJan 12 2017Jun 23 2017We investigate the optical response of strongly disordered quantum Hall states in two-dimensional Dirac materials and find qualitatively different effects in the radiation properties of the bulk versus the edge. We show that the far-field radiation from ... More

Valley blockade in a silicon double quantum dotJul 20 2016Electrical transport in double quantum dots (DQDs) illuminates many interesting features of the dots' carrier states. Recent advances in silicon quantum information technologies have renewed interest in the valley states of electrons confined in silicon. ... More

Photon thermalization via laser cooling of atomsDec 22 2017Laser cooling of atomic motion enables a wide variety of technological and scientific explorations using cold atoms. Here we focus on the effect of laser cooling on the photons instead of on the atoms. Specifically, we show that non-interacting photons ... More

Valley blockade in a silicon double quantum dotJul 20 2016Nov 08 2017Electrical transport in double quantum dots (DQDs) illuminates many interesting features of the dots' carrier states. Recent advances in silicon quantum information technologies have renewed interest in the valley states of electrons confined in silicon. ... More

Injection Locking of a Semiconductor Double Quantum Dot MicromaserAug 17 2015Emission linewidth is an important figure of merit for masers and lasers. We recently demonstrated a semiconductor double quantum dot (DQD) micromaser where photons are generated through single electron tunneling events. Charge noise directly couples ... More

Sisyphus Thermalization of Photons in a Cavity-Coupled Double Quantum DotDec 03 2015Oct 11 2016We investigate the non-classical states of light that emerge in a microwave resonator coupled to a periodically-driven electron in a nanowire double quantum dot (DQD). Under certain drive configurations, we find that the resonator approaches a thermal ... More

Semiconductor double quantum dot micromaserJul 22 2015The coherent generation of light, from masers to lasers, relies upon the specific structure of the individual emitters that lead to gain. Devices operating as lasers in the few-emitter limit provide opportunities for understanding quantum coherent phenomena, ... More

Microwave detection of electron-phonon interactions in a cavity-coupled double quantum dotNov 13 2017Quantum confinement leads to the formation of discrete electronic states in quantum dots. Here we probe electron-phonon interactions in a suspended InAs nanowire double quantum dot (DQD) that is electric-dipole coupled to a microwave cavity. We apply ... More

Shuttling a single charge across a one-dimensional array of silicon quantum dotsSep 11 2018Significant advances have been made towards fault-tolerant operation of silicon spin qubits, with single qubit fidelities exceeding 99.9%, several demonstrations of two-qubit gates based on exchange coupling, and the achievement of coherent single spin-photon ... More

Bose Condensation of Photons Thermalized via Laser Cooling of AtomsSep 20 2018A Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) is a quantum phase of matter achieved at low temperatures. Photons, one of the most prominent species of bosons, do not typically condense due to the lack of a particle number-conservation. We recently described a photon ... More

Long-Range Microwave Mediated Interactions Between Electron SpinsMay 02 2019Entangling gates for electron spins in semiconductor quantum dots are generally based on exchange, a short-ranged interaction that requires wavefunction overlap. Coherent spin-photon coupling raises the prospect of using photons as long-distance interconnects ... More

Localization as an entanglement phase transition in boundary-driven Anderson modelsJan 31 2019The Anderson localization transition is one of the most well studied examples of a zero temperature quantum phase transition. On the other hand, many open questions remain about the phenomenology of disordered systems driven far out of equilibrium. Here ... More

Dynamical purification phase transition induced by quantum measurementsMay 13 2019Continuously monitoring the environment of an open quantum many-body system reduces the entropy of (purifies) the reduced density matrix of the system, conditional on the outcome of the measurements. We show that a balanced competition between measurements ... More

Quantum Nonlinear Optics Near Optomechanical InstabilitiesApr 14 2014Oct 02 2014Optomechanical systems provide a unique platform for observing quantum behavior of macroscopic objects. However, efforts towards realizing nonlinear behavior at the single photon level have been inhibited by the small size of the radiation pressure interaction. ... More

Nanoplasmonic Lattices for Ultracold atomsAug 30 2012Jul 25 2014We propose to use sub-wavelength confinement of light associated with the near field of plasmonic systems to create nanoscale optical lattices for ultracold atoms. Our approach combines the unique coherence properties of isolated atoms with the sub-wavelength ... More

Effective Field Theory for Rydberg PolaritonsMay 18 2016Aug 15 2016We develop an effective field theory (EFT) to describe the few- and many-body propagation of one dimensional Rydberg polaritons. We show that the photonic transmission through the Rydberg medium can be found by mapping the propagation problem to a non-equilibrium ... More

Threshold Dynamics of a Semiconductor Single Atom MaserApr 06 2017We demonstrate a single-atom maser consisting of a semiconductor double quantum dot (DQD) that is embedded in a high quality factor microwave cavity. A finite bias drives the DQD out of equilibrium, resulting in sequential single electron tunneling and ... More

Site-selective quantum control in an isotopically enriched 28Si/SiGe quadruple quantum dotMar 14 2019Silicon spin qubits are a promising quantum computing platform offering long coherence times, small device sizes, and compatibility with industry-backed device fabrication techniques. In recent years, high fidelity single-qubit and two-qubit operations ... More

Single-photon nonlinear optics with graphene plasmonsSep 10 2013Aug 08 2014We show that it is possible to realize significant nonlinear optical interactions at the few photon level in graphene nanostructures. Our approach takes advantage of the electric field enhancement associated with the strong confinement of graphene plasmons ... More

Double Quantum Dot Floquet Gain MediumJul 27 2016Strongly driving a two-level quantum system with light leads to a ladder of Floquet states separated by the photon energy. Nanoscale quantum devices allow the interplay of confined electrons, phonons, and photons to be studied under strong driving conditions. ... More

Efimov States of Strongly Interacting PhotonsSep 06 2017Sep 28 2017We demonstrate the emergence of universal Efimov physics for interacting photons in cold gases of Rydberg atoms. We consider the behavior of three photons injected into the gas in their propagating frame, where a paraxial approximation allows us to consider ... More

Dynamic Nuclear Polarization in Double Quantum DotsMar 23 2010Jun 06 2010We theoretically investigate the controlled dynamic polarization of lattice nuclear spins in GaAs double quantum dots containing two electrons. Three regimes of long-term dynamics are identified, including the build up of a large difference in the Overhauser ... More

Superconductor-semiconductor hybrid cavity quantum electrodynamicsMay 03 2019Light-matter interactions at the single particle level have generally been explored in the context of atomic, molecular, and optical physics. Recent advances motivated by quantum information science have made it possible to explore coherent interactions ... More

Coulomb bound states of strongly interacting photonsMay 14 2015We show that two photons coupled to Rydberg states via electromagnetically induced transparency can interact via an effective Coulomb potential. This interaction gives rise to a continuum of two-body bound states. Within the continuum, metastable bound ... More

Single-photon bound states in atomic ensemblesSep 04 2018We illustrate the existence of single-excitation bound states for propagating photons interacting with $N$ two-level atoms. These bound states can be calculated from an effective spin model, and their existence relies on dissipation in the system. The ... More

Thermal radiation as a probe of one-dimensional electron liquidsApr 02 2018Motivated by recent developments in the field of plasmonics, we develop the theory of radiation from one-dimensional electron liquids, showing that the spectrum of thermal radiation emitted from the system exhibits signatures of non-Fermi liquid behavior. ... More

Fractional quantum Hall phases of bosons with tunable interactions: From the Laughlin liquid to a fractional Wigner crystalSep 12 2018Highly tunable platforms for realizing topological phases of matter are emerging from atomic and photonic systems, and offer the prospect of designing interactions between particles. The shape of the potential, besides playing an important role in the ... More

Correlated photon dynamics in dissipative Rydberg mediaAug 22 2016Rydberg blockade physics in optically dense atomic media under the conditions of electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT) leads to strong dissipative interactions between single photons. We introduce a new approach to analyzing this challenging ... More

Adiabatic preparation of many-body states in optical latticesJun 14 2009May 11 2010We analyze a technique for the preparation of low entropy many body states of atoms in optical lattices based on adiabatic passage. In particular, we show that this method allows preparation of strongly correlated states as stable highest energy states ... More

Scattering resonances and bound states for strongly interacting Rydberg polaritonsFeb 28 2014We provide a theoretical framework describing slow-light polaritons interacting via atomic Rydberg states. We use a diagrammatic method to analytically derive the scattering properties of two polaritons. We identify parameter regimes where polariton-polariton ... More

All-Optical Switch and Transistor Gated by One Stored PhotonJan 14 2014The realization of an all-optical transistor where one 'gate' photon controls a 'source' light beam, is a long-standing goal in optics. By stopping a light pulse in an atomic ensemble contained inside an optical resonator, we realize a device in which ... More

Observation of three-photon bound states in a quantum nonlinear mediumSep 05 2017Nov 10 2017Bound states of massive particles, such as nuclei, atoms or molecules, constitute the bulk of the visible world around us. In contrast, photons typically only interact weakly. We report the observation of traveling three-photon bound states in a quantum ... More

Photon propagation through dissipative Rydberg media at large input ratesJul 19 2018Aug 01 2018We study the dissipative propagation of quantized light in interacting Rydberg media under the conditions of electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT). Rydberg blockade physics in optically dense atomic media leads to strong dissipative interactions ... More

Optical control over bulk excitations in fractional quantum Hall systemsAug 08 2018Local excitations in fractional quantum Hall systems are amongst the most intriguing objects in condensed matter, as they behave like particles of fractional charge and fractional statistics. In order to experimentally reveal these exotic properties and ... More

Observation of chiral photocurrent transport in the quantum Hall regime in grapheneMar 04 2019Optical excitation provides a powerful tool to investigate non-equilibrium physics in quantum Hall systems. Moreover, the length scale associated with photo-excited charge carries lies between that of local probes and global transport measurements. Here, ... More

The global properties of all variety of AGNDec 13 2004Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN) have been a challenging field of research for the past six decades. Nevertheless, many questions still remain unanswered today, regardless of the tremendous theoretical and technological advances. In this brief review I propose ... More

Rational streams coalgebraicallyJul 25 2008Sep 19 2008We study rational streams (over a field) from a coalgebraic perspective. Exploiting the finality of the set of streams, we present an elementary and uniform proof of the equivalence of four notions of representability of rational streams: by finite dimensional ... More

Super-energy tensorsJun 21 1999A purely algebraic construction of super-energy tensors for arbitrary fields is presented in any dimensions. These tensors have good mathematical and physical properties, and they can be used in any theory having as basic arena an n-dimensional manifold ... More

(Super)^n-Energy for arbitrary fields and its interchange: Conserved quantitiesMay 17 1999Inspired by classical work of Bel and Robinson, a natural purely algebraic construction of super-energy tensors for arbitrary fields is presented, having good mathematical and physical properties. Remarkably, there appear quantities with mathematical ... More

Remarks on Superenergy TensorsJan 07 1999We define super-energy tensors for arbitrary physical fields, including the gravitational, electromagnetic and massless scalar fields. We also define super-super-energy tensors, and so on. All these tensors satisfy the so-called "Dominant Superenergy ... More

Superenergy tensors and their applicationsFeb 20 2002In Lorentzian manifolds of any dimension the concept of causal tensors is introduced. Causal tensors have positivity properties analogous to the so-called ``dominant energy condition''. Further, it is shown how to build, from ANY given tensor $A$, a new ... More

Visualising a FuseOct 27 2010Nov 09 2010In this brief article I describe an experiment to illustrate how a fuse works. I have used this as part of lessons for my year 11 classes to demonstrate how an electrical fuse 'blows' when too high a current passes through it.

Trapped surfaces, horizons and exact solutions in higher dimensionsMar 30 2002May 18 2002A very simple criterion to ascertain if (D-2)-surfaces are trapped in arbitrary D-dimensional Lorentzian manifolds is given. The result is purely geometric, independent of the particular gravitational theory, of any field equations or of any other conditions. ... More

Applications of Super-Energy TensorsDec 13 1999In this contribution I intend to give a summary of the new relevant results obtained by using the general superenergy tensors. After a quick review of the definition and properties of these tensors, several of their mathematical and physical applications ... More

Effects on Amorphous Silicon Photovoltaic Performance from High-temperature Annealing Pulses in Photovoltaic Thermal Hybrid DevicesMar 06 2012There is a renewed interest in photovoltaic solar thermal (PVT) hybrid systems, which harvest solar energy for heat and electricity. Typically, a main focus of a PVT system is to cool the photovoltaic (PV) cells to improve the electrical performance, ... More

Massive String States as Extreme Black HolesJun 15 1994Dec 12 1994We consider the Schwarz-Sen spectrum of elementary electrically charged massive $N_R=1/2$ states of the four-dimensional heterotic string and show the maximum spin $1$ supermultiplets to correspond to extreme black hole solutions. The $N_L=1$ states and ... More

Form Factors for Semileptonic B -> pi and D -> pi Decays from the Omnes RepresentationJul 24 2000Feb 27 2001We use the Omnes representation to obtain the q-squared dependence of the form factors f+ and f0 for semileptonic H -> pi decays from the elastic pi H -> pi H scattering amplitudes, where H denotes a B or D meson. The scattering amplitudes used satisfy ... More

Free-volume kinetic models of granular matterJun 08 2000We show that the main dynamical features of granular media can be understood by means of simple models of fragile-glass forming liquid provided that gravity alone is taken into account. In such lattice-gas models of cohesionless and frictionless particles, ... More

Theory of projections with non-orthogonal basis sets: Partitioning techniques and effective HamiltoniansApr 08 2014Jul 31 2014Here we present a detailed account of the fundamental problems one encounters in projection theory when non-orthogonal basis sets are used for representation of the operators. In particular, we re-examine the use of projection operators in connection ... More

Octupole correlations in low-lying states of 150Nd and 150Sm and their impact on neutrinoless double-beta decayApr 21 2016Jul 07 2016We present a generator-coordinate calculation, based on a relativistic energy-density functional, of the low-lying spectra in the isotopes $^{150}$Nd and $^{150}$Sm and of the nuclear matrix element that governs the neutrinoless double-beta decay of the ... More

Violation of causality in f(R) gravityJul 08 2010We examine the question as to whether the f(R) gravity theories, in both metric and in Palatini formalisms, permit space-times in which the causality is violated. We show that the field equations of these f(R) gravity theories admit solutions with violation ... More

Gödel-type universes in f(R) gravityJun 29 2009Sep 21 2009The $f(R)$ gravity theories provide an alternative way to explain the current cosmic acceleration without a dark energy matter component. If gravity is governed by a $f(R)$ theory a number of issues should be reexamined in this framework, including the ... More

Investigating the rotational evolution of very low-mass stars and brown dwarfs in young clusters using Monte Carlo simulationsNov 19 2016Context. Very low-mass (VLM) stars and brown dwarfs (BDs) present a different rotational behaviour from their solar mass counter-parts. Aims. We investigate the rotational evolution of young VLM stars and BDs using Monte Carlo simulations under the hypothesis ... More

Super Curves, their Jacobians, and super KP equationsJan 15 1996We study the geometry and cohomology of algebraic super curves, using a new contour integral for holomorphic differentials. For a class of super curves (``generic SKP curves'') we define a period matrix. We show that the odd part of the period matrix ... More

Critical phenomena from the two-particle irreducible 1/N expansionApr 06 2004The 1/N expansion of the two-particle irreducible (2PI) effective action is employed to compute universal properties at the second-order phase transition of an O(N)-symmetric N-vector model directly in three dimensions. At next-to-leading order the approach ... More

Spatiotemporal Stochastic Resonance in the Swift-Hohenberg EquationFeb 22 1997We show the appearance of spatiotemporal stochastic resonance in the Swift-Hohenberg equation. This phenomenon emerges when a control parameter varies periodically in time around the bifurcation point. By using general scaling arguments and by taking ... More

Composition Dependence of the Structure and Electronic Properties of Liquid Ga-Se Alloys Studied by Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics SimulationOct 02 1995Ab initio molecular dynamics simulation is used to study the structure and electronic properties of the liquid Ga-Se system at the three compositions Ga$_2$Se, GaSe and Ga$_2$Se$_3$, and of the GaSe and Ga$_2$Se$_3$ crystals. The calculated equilibrium ... More

The Ab-Initio Simulation of the Liquid Ga-Se SystemJul 12 1995Ab-initio dynamical simulation is used to study the liquid Ga-Se system at the three concentrations Ga$_2$Se, GaSe and Ga$_2$Se$_3$ at the temperature 1300~K. The simulations are based on the density functional pseudopotential technique, with the system ... More

Bosonic Partition Functions at Nonzero (Imaginary) Chemical PotentialOct 07 2016We consider bosonic random matrix partition functions at nonzero chemical potential and compare the chiral condensate, the baryon number density and the baryon number susceptibility to the result of the corresponding fermionic partition function. We find ... More

Altair - the 'hottest' magnetically active star in X-raysMar 05 2009The A7 star Altair is one of the hottest magnetically active stars. Its proximity to the Sun allows a detailed investigation of a corona in X-rays for a star with a shallow convection zone. We used a deep XMM-Newton observation of Altair and analyzed ... More

X-rays from RU Lupi - Accretion and winds in CTTSJun 20 2007Using three XMM-Newton observations we study the X-ray emission of RU Lup, a accreting and wind-driving CTTS. In comparison with other bright CTTS we study possible signatures of accretion and winds in their X-ray emission. Results: We find three levels ... More

A Twisted Custodial Symmetry in the Two-Higgs-Doublet ModelMar 05 2007In the Standard Model for electroweak interactions, the Higgs sector is known to display a "custodial" symmetry protecting the mass relation m_{W^\pm}^2=m_{W_3}^2 from large corrections. When considering extensions of the scalar sector, this symmetry ... More

Breather initial profiles in chains of weakly coupled anharmonic oscillatorsMay 22 2002A systematic correlation between the initial profile of discrete breathers and their frequency is described. The context is that of a very weakly harmonically coupled chain of softly anharmonic oscillators. The results are structurally stable, that is, ... More

The stability of a bouncing universeMay 29 2003Dec 05 2003We investigate the stability of a spatially homogeneous and isotropic non-singular cosmological model. We show that the complete set of independent perturbations (the electric part of the perturbed Weyl tensor and the perturbed shear) are regular and ... More

Dissipation-induced correlations in 1D bosonic systemsDec 21 2010May 17 2011The quantum dynamics of interacting bosons in a one-dimensional system is investigated numerically. We consider dissipative and conservative two-particle interactions, and integrate the master equation describing the system dynamics via a time-evolving ... More

High Energy PhotoproductionSep 15 2005The experimental and phenomenological status of high energy photoproduction is reviewed. Topics covered include the structure of the photon, production of jets, heavy flavours and prompt photons, rapidity gaps, energy flow and underlying events. The results ... More

Stranger Still: Kaon Loops and Strange Quark Matrix Elements of the NucleonJan 11 1993Intrinsic strangeness contributions to low-energy strange quark matrix elements of the nucleon are modelled using kaon loops and meson-nucleon vertex functions taken from nucleon-nucleon and nucleon-hyperon scattering. A comparison with pion loop contributions ... More

The limiting shape of a full mailboxNov 13 2015We study a model for email communication due to Gabrielli and Caldarelli, where someone receives and answers emails at the times of independent Poisson processes with intensities $\lambda_{\rm in}>\lambda_{\rm out}$. The receiver assigns i.i.d. priorities ... More

Frequency Regularities in $δ$ Scuti StarsAug 26 2013Space missions have produced an incredibly large database on pulsating stars. The light curves via the frequency content contain a detailed description of each star. The critical point is the identification of modes, especially in the non-asymptotic regime. ... More

Calculated optical properties of Si, Ge, and GaAs under hydrostatic pressureMay 01 1996The macroscopic dielectric function in the random-phase-approximation without local field effect has been implemented using the local density approximation with an all electron, full-potential linear muffin-tin orbital basis-set. This method is used to ... More

Neutron Star Structure and the Equation of StateFeb 10 2000The structure of neutron stars is considered from theoretical and observational perspectives. We demonstrate an important aspect of neutron star structure: the neutron star radius is primarily determined by the behavior of the pressure of matter in the ... More

Scaling of polymers in aligned rodsSep 17 2004We study the behavior of self avoiding polymers in a background of vertically aligned rods that are either frozen into random positions or free to move horizontally. We find that in both cases the polymer chains are highly elongated, with vertical and ... More

Quantum computingJan 05 2004Mar 17 2006This article gives an elementary introduction to quantum computing. It is a draft for a book chapter of the "Handbook of Nature-Inspired and Innovative Computing", Eds. A. Zomaya, G.J. Milburn, J. Dongarra, D. Bader, R. Brent, M. Eshaghian-Wilner, F. ... More

Nonequilibrium quantum fields with large fluctuationsSep 03 2002We consider the nonequilibrium evolution of an O(N)-symmetric scalar quantum field theory using a systematic two-particle irreducible 1/N-expansion to next-to-leading order, which includes scattering and memory effects. The corresponding ``full Kadanoff-Baym ... More

The limiting shape of a full mailboxNov 13 2015Nov 23 2016We study a model for email communication due to Gabrielli and Caldarelli, where someone receives and answers emails at the times of independent Poisson processes with intensities $\lambda_{\rm in}>\lambda_{\rm out}$. The receiver assigns i.i.d. priorities ... More

Mobile Phone Faraday CageDec 23 2011A Faraday cage is an interesting physics phenomena where an electromagnetic wave can be excluded from a volume of space by enclosure with an electrically conducting material. The practical application of this in the classroom is to block the signal to ... More

The Wonders of LevitationOct 27 2010I discuss some interesting classroom demonstrations of diamagnetism and how this effect can produce levitation. The possibilities for hands-on demonstrations of diamagnetic and superconducting levitation are discussed. To conclude I discuss some practical ... More

Nonlinear stability of relativistic sheared planar jetsOct 14 2005The linear and non-linear stability of sheared, relativistic planar jets is studied by means of linear stability analysis and numerical hydrodynamical simulations. Our results extend the previous Kelvin-Hemlholtz stability studies for relativistic, planar ... More

Stability of hydrodynamical relativistic planar jets. II. Long-term nonlinear evolutionJul 28 2004In this paper we continue our study of the Kelvin-Helmholtz (KH) instability in relativistic planar jets following the long-term evolution of the numerical simulations which were introduced in Paper I. The models have been classified into four classes ... More

Exclusive electromagnetic production of strangeness on the nucleon : review of recent data in a Regge approachAug 12 2003Aug 14 2003In view of the numerous experimental results recently released, we provide in this letter an update on the performance of our simple Regge model for strangeness electroproduction on the nucleon. Without refitting any parameters, a decent description of ... More

Constant scalar curvature hypersurfaces in extended Schwarzschild space-timeJan 19 2006Apr 07 2006We present a class of spherically symmetric hypersurfaces in the Kruskal extension of the Schwarzschild space-time. The hypersurfaces have constant negative scalar curvature, so they are hyperboloidal in the regions of space-time which are asymptotically ... More

Evidence for a Link Between Fe K-alpha Emission Line Strength and QPO Phase in a Black HoleJan 18 2005In X-ray binaries, the frequencies revealed in X-ray quasi-periodic oscillations (QPOs) are often interpreted as characteristic frequencies in the inner accretion disk, though the exact oscillation mechanism is unknown at present. Broadened Fe K-alpha ... More

A local version of the Fulton-Hansen theorem relating secant and tangential varietiesMar 12 1999May 31 2000Withdrawn by the authors, the main theorem is incorrect

Central limit theorem for the wave transport in disordered waveguides: a perturbative approachNov 25 2015The statistical scattering properties of wave transport in disordered waveguides are derived perturbatively within the transition matrix formalism. The limiting macroscopic statistic of the wave transport, emerges as a consequence of a generalized central-limit-theorem: ... More

Spin wave mediated non-reciprocal effects in antiferromagnetsSep 26 1997Jun 18 1999By using an effective field theory for the electromagnetic interaction of spin waves, we show that, in certain antiferromagnets, the latter induce non-reciprocal effects in the microwave region, which should be observable in the second harmonic generation ... More

Insensitivity of Ion Motional Heating Rate to Trap Material over a Large Temperature RangeOct 16 2013Oct 30 2013We present measurements of trapped-ion motional-state heating rates in niobium and gold surface-electrode ion traps over a range of trap-electrode temperatures from approximately 4 K to room temperature (295 K) in a single apparatus. Using the sideband-ratio ... More

Decompositions of general quantum gatesApr 14 2005Quantum algorithms may be described by sequences of unitary transformations called quantum gates and measurements applied to the quantum register of n quantum bits, qubits. A collection of quantum gates is called universal if it can be used to construct ... More

Spectral energy distributions of submm/radio bright gamma-ray burst host galaxiesAug 29 2007We present optical to radio spectral energy distribution fitting of the host galaxies of four long gamma-ray bursts: 980703, 000210, 000418 and 010222, which were detected at submillimetre and/or radio wavelengths. We find that only very young starburst ... More

Manifestations of the pseudogap in the BOSON-FERMION model for Bose-Einstein condensation driven SuperconductivityMar 12 1996The normal state behaviour of the density of states of the electrons described by the BOSON - FERMION model for Bose-Einstein condensation driven superconductivity is characterized by the appearence of a pseudogap which developes into a true gap upon ... More

The pseudogap in underdoped high Tc superconductors in the framework of the Boson Fermion modelFeb 05 1997Jul 08 1997The question of whether the pseudogap in high $T_c$ cuprates is related to super conducting precursor effects or to the existence of extrinsic bosonic massive excitations is investigated on the basis of the Boson-Fermion model. The characteristic three ... More

Introducing spin to classical phase spaceJan 15 1996The kinematic degrees of freedom of spinning particles are analyzed and an explicit construction of the phase space and the simplectic structure that accomodates them is presented. A Poincare invariant theory of classical spinning particles that generalizes ... More

Investigating the rotational evolution of young, low mass stars using Monte Carlo simulationsApr 18 2015We investigate the rotational evolution of young stars through Monte Carlo simulations. We simulate 280,000 stars, each of which is assigned a mass, a rotational period, and a mass accretion rate. The mass accretion rate depends on mass and time, following ... More

Nanometer-sized Regions of Charge Ordering and Charge Melting in La2/3Ca1/3MnO3 Revealed by Electron Micro-diffractionSep 29 2000Electron microdiffraction study of phase transition in La2/3Ca1/3MnO3 revealed temperature dependent (h+1/2,0,l) diffraction spots. Their intensity peaks at Tc. Quantitative electron diffraction intensity analysis shows that they come from nanometer-sized ... More