PARADIGM OF QUASI-LIE AND QUASI-HOM

... • x,y,z θ(z, x)(hα(x), hy, zii + βhx, hy, zii) = 0, for (z, x), (y, z), (x, y) ∈ Dθ , where x,y,z denotes cyclic summation with respect to x, y, z. Remark 2. Note that (ω(x, y)ω(y, x) − id)hx, yi = 0, if (x, y), (y, x) ∈ Dω , which follows from the computation hx, yi = ω(x, y)hy, xi = ω(x, y)ω(y, ...

... • x,y,z θ(z, x)(hα(x), hy, zii + βhx, hy, zii) = 0, for (z, x), (y, z), (x, y) ∈ Dθ , where x,y,z denotes cyclic summation with respect to x, y, z. Remark 2. Note that (ω(x, y)ω(y, x) − id)hx, yi = 0, if (x, y), (y, x) ∈ Dω , which follows from the computation hx, yi = ω(x, y)hy, xi = ω(x, y)ω(y, ...

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... she said yes, but “at some point, you kind of outgrow the process” and finally getting the degree became rather a natural development. Now as I am writing this last part of my own thesis, it strikes me how true that statement was. Pursuing a PhD really is a lot more about the journey than the end, a ...

... she said yes, but “at some point, you kind of outgrow the process” and finally getting the degree became rather a natural development. Now as I am writing this last part of my own thesis, it strikes me how true that statement was. Pursuing a PhD really is a lot more about the journey than the end, a ...

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... of many long-standing goals: (1) to cool neutral atoms into the ground state of the system, thus exerting ultimate control over the motion and position of atoms limited only by Heisenberg’s uncertainty relation; (2) to generate a coherent sample of atoms all occupying the same quantum state (this wa ...

... of many long-standing goals: (1) to cool neutral atoms into the ground state of the system, thus exerting ultimate control over the motion and position of atoms limited only by Heisenberg’s uncertainty relation; (2) to generate a coherent sample of atoms all occupying the same quantum state (this wa ...

Cavity quantum electrodynamics with three

... in cavity quantum electrodynamics (cQED) [6, 7] where they offer at least five prospects for new physics[8]. Firstly, probably the most eagerly pursued phenomenon is the complete inhibition of spontaneous emission: an excited quantum emitter - such as an atom, molecule, or quantum dot - embedded in ...

... in cavity quantum electrodynamics (cQED) [6, 7] where they offer at least five prospects for new physics[8]. Firstly, probably the most eagerly pursued phenomenon is the complete inhibition of spontaneous emission: an excited quantum emitter - such as an atom, molecule, or quantum dot - embedded in ...

An Introduction to the Theory of Quantum Groups

... manifold consisting of points representing all possible states of a particular system. Each state/point P is described by a set of canonical variables {p, q} where p = (p1 , ..., pn ) and q = (q1 , ..., qn ). Physical quantities that can be measured (e.g. position and momentum) are called observable ...

... manifold consisting of points representing all possible states of a particular system. Each state/point P is described by a set of canonical variables {p, q} where p = (p1 , ..., pn ) and q = (q1 , ..., qn ). Physical quantities that can be measured (e.g. position and momentum) are called observable ...

Ultrafast optical spectroscopy of surface

... excitation are shown in Figure 1b and 1c. For Cl-Si QDs, there is only an absorption tail at approximately 400 nm. After surface modification, the absorption value of the Te–Si QDs increases in this range, whereas the Di–Si QDs and Ca–Si QDs also exhibit distinct absorption peaks. Because no absorpt ...

... excitation are shown in Figure 1b and 1c. For Cl-Si QDs, there is only an absorption tail at approximately 400 nm. After surface modification, the absorption value of the Te–Si QDs increases in this range, whereas the Di–Si QDs and Ca–Si QDs also exhibit distinct absorption peaks. Because no absorpt ...

On transport properties of Weyl semimetals - Instituut

... where χ = ± is the chirality, vF is the Fermi velocity, ki a momentum component, and σi a spin Pauli matrix. In this context, chirality means that the momentum and the spin of electrons in a given Weyl cone are (anti-)parallel. The Weyl Hamiltonian in Eq. 1.2 looks almost like the Hamiltonian for a ...

... where χ = ± is the chirality, vF is the Fermi velocity, ki a momentum component, and σi a spin Pauli matrix. In this context, chirality means that the momentum and the spin of electrons in a given Weyl cone are (anti-)parallel. The Weyl Hamiltonian in Eq. 1.2 looks almost like the Hamiltonian for a ...

Double-Soft Limits of Gluons and Gravitons

... where TK is the generator of the invariant subgroup with [T i , T j ] = f ijK TK in a suitable representation for acting on amplitudes. Using this method the authors of [20] demonstrated that the double-soft limit of two scalars in N = 8 supergravity gives rise to the structure constants of the hid ...

... where TK is the generator of the invariant subgroup with [T i , T j ] = f ijK TK in a suitable representation for acting on amplitudes. Using this method the authors of [20] demonstrated that the double-soft limit of two scalars in N = 8 supergravity gives rise to the structure constants of the hid ...

Abstract book final - International Conference on Strongly

... microscopic theories in which the pseudogap phase must also contain a spatially modulating Cooper-pair density wave (PDW) state. In theory, the PDW state is akin to the famous FFLO state of spatially modulated superconductivity, but generated by strong correlations instead of high magnetic fields. H ...

... microscopic theories in which the pseudogap phase must also contain a spatially modulating Cooper-pair density wave (PDW) state. In theory, the PDW state is akin to the famous FFLO state of spatially modulated superconductivity, but generated by strong correlations instead of high magnetic fields. H ...

Monte Carlo Studies of Ising Spin Glasses and Random Field Systems

... Two different routes were used to check numerically the above scenario in three dimensions: One way is to perform Monte Carlo simulations of finite but large systems above Tc , where the correlation length ξ is smaller than the system size L, and to perform a scaling analysis of the spatial correlat ...

... Two different routes were used to check numerically the above scenario in three dimensions: One way is to perform Monte Carlo simulations of finite but large systems above Tc , where the correlation length ξ is smaller than the system size L, and to perform a scaling analysis of the spatial correlat ...

A CP - Indico

... Time reversal symmetry (invariance under change of time direction) does certainly not correspond to our daily experience. The macroscopic violation of T symmetry follows from maximising thermodynamic entropy (leaving a parking spot has a larger solution space than entering it). In the microscopic wo ...

... Time reversal symmetry (invariance under change of time direction) does certainly not correspond to our daily experience. The macroscopic violation of T symmetry follows from maximising thermodynamic entropy (leaving a parking spot has a larger solution space than entering it). In the microscopic wo ...

Topology and geometry in a quantum condensed matter system

... structures, topological invariants are defined, being the analogue of the ...

... structures, topological invariants are defined, being the analogue of the ...

On disorder effects in topological insulators and semimetals

... width, indicating edge state transport. Indeed, each of the two edges of the quantum well sample is expected to harbor an edge dispersion as in Figure 1.1 with a single ballistic transport channel propagating in each direction. Further, it was ...

... width, indicating edge state transport. Indeed, each of the two edges of the quantum well sample is expected to harbor an edge dispersion as in Figure 1.1 with a single ballistic transport channel propagating in each direction. Further, it was ...

IBS for CLIC damping ring/Lattice design for IBS - Indico

... – IBS rates computed in the moving beam rest frame using the Rutherford formula, next transformed to the lab frame and averaged over phase-space and time – Emittance and momentum growths obtained from multiple small-angle scattering among particles with 6-D phase-space Gaussian distribution ...

... – IBS rates computed in the moving beam rest frame using the Rutherford formula, next transformed to the lab frame and averaged over phase-space and time – Emittance and momentum growths obtained from multiple small-angle scattering among particles with 6-D phase-space Gaussian distribution ...

ImG - Arnold Sommerfeld Center

... impurity systems. It describes three major projects. The first and most extensive one is motivated by measurements of the phase of the transmission amplitude through a multilevel quantum dot done in the Heiblum group [3, 4, 12, 13, 5, 14]. Experiments proved coherence of transport but where not full ...

... impurity systems. It describes three major projects. The first and most extensive one is motivated by measurements of the phase of the transmission amplitude through a multilevel quantum dot done in the Heiblum group [3, 4, 12, 13, 5, 14]. Experiments proved coherence of transport but where not full ...

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... 4.7.2 Coherent state is generated in resonant-like manner for light-like vacuum currents226 4.7.3 Stimulated topological condensation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 226 ...

... 4.7.2 Coherent state is generated in resonant-like manner for light-like vacuum currents226 4.7.3 Stimulated topological condensation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 226 ...

Cavity optomechanics - Institute for Theoretical Physics II

... of photons to atoms and macroscopic objects were demonstrated by Frisch (1933) and Beth (1936), respectively. In the 1970s Ashkin demonstrated the fact that focused laser beams can be used to trap and control dielectric particles, which also included feedback cooling (Ashkin, 1978, 2006). The noncon ...

... of photons to atoms and macroscopic objects were demonstrated by Frisch (1933) and Beth (1936), respectively. In the 1970s Ashkin demonstrated the fact that focused laser beams can be used to trap and control dielectric particles, which also included feedback cooling (Ashkin, 1978, 2006). The noncon ...