Phys. Rep. - The Budapest Quantum Optics Group

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9. QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS 9. Quantum chromodynamics 1

... Just as in Eq. (9.10), we have a series in powers of αs (µ2R ), each term involving a (n) ...

... Just as in Eq. (9.10), we have a series in powers of αs (µ2R ), each term involving a (n) ...

7 Momentum

... If you were in a car that was out of control and had to choose between hitting a haystack or a concrete wall, you would choose the haystack. Physics helps you to understand why hitting a soft object is entirely different from hitting a hard one. ...

... If you were in a car that was out of control and had to choose between hitting a haystack or a concrete wall, you would choose the haystack. Physics helps you to understand why hitting a soft object is entirely different from hitting a hard one. ...

from its mathematical description to its experimental

... applied to a lot of scenarios such as atomic emission, particle scattering, and radiation-matter interaction [ER85, FLS65]. The first strong criticism to quantum theory came with the Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen’s (EPR) paper “Can quantum-mechanical description of the physical reality be considered ...

... applied to a lot of scenarios such as atomic emission, particle scattering, and radiation-matter interaction [ER85, FLS65]. The first strong criticism to quantum theory came with the Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen’s (EPR) paper “Can quantum-mechanical description of the physical reality be considered ...

Novel Systems and Methods for Quantum

... atom-atom interactions to propose a robust protocol for implementing the two-qubit photonic phase gate, which is an important ingredient in many quantum computation and communication tasks. In contrast to photon storage, many quantum computation and simulation applications require individual address ...

... atom-atom interactions to propose a robust protocol for implementing the two-qubit photonic phase gate, which is an important ingredient in many quantum computation and communication tasks. In contrast to photon storage, many quantum computation and simulation applications require individual address ...

Ultracold Fermions in Two-Dimensional Planes with Dipolar

... condensate below a critical temperature. Made and popularized by Wolfgang Ketterle. [1] The field of ultracold quantum gases investigates the behavior of atomic gases below a certain temperature, called the critical temperature, where the quantum mechanical nature of the considered particles takes e ...

... condensate below a critical temperature. Made and popularized by Wolfgang Ketterle. [1] The field of ultracold quantum gases investigates the behavior of atomic gases below a certain temperature, called the critical temperature, where the quantum mechanical nature of the considered particles takes e ...

8.5 Collisions 8 Momentum

... One glider is loaded so it has three times the mass of another glider. The loaded glider is initially at rest. The unloaded glider collides with the loaded glider and the two gliders stick together. Describe the motion of the gliders after the collision. Answer: The mass of the stuck-together glider ...

... One glider is loaded so it has three times the mass of another glider. The loaded glider is initially at rest. The unloaded glider collides with the loaded glider and the two gliders stick together. Describe the motion of the gliders after the collision. Answer: The mass of the stuck-together glider ...

Dirac and Majorana edge states in graphene and topological

... are well described by the Dirac equation, as opposed to the Schrödinger equation suitable for most other condensed matter systems. This is in no respect accidental and is tightly related to the symmetry properties of the two systems. In graphene the symmetry ensuring the presence of the edge states ...

... are well described by the Dirac equation, as opposed to the Schrödinger equation suitable for most other condensed matter systems. This is in no respect accidental and is tightly related to the symmetry properties of the two systems. In graphene the symmetry ensuring the presence of the edge states ...

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... they can never warrant them. But physical theories can unambiguously show that whatever the ultimate reality may be, it will not conform to our common sense. And quantum mechanics is a particular striking illustration of the latter point. But what exactly is the trouble with quantum mechanics? Perha ...

... they can never warrant them. But physical theories can unambiguously show that whatever the ultimate reality may be, it will not conform to our common sense. And quantum mechanics is a particular striking illustration of the latter point. But what exactly is the trouble with quantum mechanics? Perha ...

Electrical Manipulation and Detection of Single Electron Spins in

... sailing a 38 feet yacht across the channel, though for manoeuvring the boat into the box in the harbor I still trust the skipper better :)... Frank has been my mentor in the beginning of the PhD, since I joined the experiment he had set up together with Christo, a master student when I started. And ...

... sailing a 38 feet yacht across the channel, though for manoeuvring the boat into the box in the harbor I still trust the skipper better :)... Frank has been my mentor in the beginning of the PhD, since I joined the experiment he had set up together with Christo, a master student when I started. And ...

Topological phases and polaron physics in ultra cold quantum gases

... T Time-dependent overlap – MF versus dRG ...

... T Time-dependent overlap – MF versus dRG ...

New frontiers in quantum cascade lasers

... barriers separating them. The implication of this new approach, based on decoupling light emission from the band gap by utilizing instead optical transitions between quantized electronic states in the same energy band (known as intersubband transitions), are many and far reaching, amounting to a las ...

... barriers separating them. The implication of this new approach, based on decoupling light emission from the band gap by utilizing instead optical transitions between quantized electronic states in the same energy band (known as intersubband transitions), are many and far reaching, amounting to a las ...

review by Alicea

... to obtain a fermionic state with a well-defined occupation number. While this new operator represents a conventional fermion in that it satisfies f 6= f † and obeys the usual anticommutation relations, f remains nontrivial in two critical respects. First, γ1 and γ2 may localize arbitrarily far apart ...

... to obtain a fermionic state with a well-defined occupation number. While this new operator represents a conventional fermion in that it satisfies f 6= f † and obeys the usual anticommutation relations, f remains nontrivial in two critical respects. First, γ1 and γ2 may localize arbitrarily far apart ...

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... set of observables. Section 5 goes deeper into the notion of k-compatibility and provides a necessary and sufficient condition for the k-compatibility of n observables. The general content of the previous parts is then exemplified in Section 6 in the case of three qubit observables. The conclusion a ...

... set of observables. Section 5 goes deeper into the notion of k-compatibility and provides a necessary and sufficient condition for the k-compatibility of n observables. The general content of the previous parts is then exemplified in Section 6 in the case of three qubit observables. The conclusion a ...

Kondo Effect in Mesoscopic Quantum Dots

... many impurities (Wyatt, 1964) and more recently in a nanometer-scale junction containing a single impurity (Gregory, 1992, Ralph and Buhrman, 1994). In this geometry, the Kondo effect enhances conductance rather than resistivity at low temperature and low bias voltage (Appelbaum, 1966). The advent o ...

... many impurities (Wyatt, 1964) and more recently in a nanometer-scale junction containing a single impurity (Gregory, 1992, Ralph and Buhrman, 1994). In this geometry, the Kondo effect enhances conductance rather than resistivity at low temperature and low bias voltage (Appelbaum, 1966). The advent o ...

An Unshunted Comparator as a Device for Quantum Measurements

... in which the ”quantizing” junction Q has a much smaller critical current than the others, increasing the ADC sensitivity. The purpose of the ADC quantizer, to sensitively distinguish currents below and above a certain threshold, is the same as the requirement for a qubit readout device. There has be ...

... in which the ”quantizing” junction Q has a much smaller critical current than the others, increasing the ADC sensitivity. The purpose of the ADC quantizer, to sensitively distinguish currents below and above a certain threshold, is the same as the requirement for a qubit readout device. There has be ...