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Hidden Spin-Isospin Exchange Symmetry

Author(s): Dean Lee, Scott Bogner, B. Alex Brown, Serdar Elhatisari, Evgeny Epelbaum, Heiko Hergert, Morten Hjorth-Jensen, Hermann Krebs, Ning Li, Bing-Nan Lu, and Ulf-G. MeißnerThe strong interactions among nucleons have an approximate spin-isospin exchange symmetry that arises from the properties of quantum chromodynamics in the limit of many colors,...

Quantum Phases in a Quantum Rabi Triangle

Author(s): Yu-Yu Zhang, Zi-Xiang Hu, Libin Fu, Hong-Gang Luo, Han Pu, and Xue-Feng Zhang (张学锋)The interplay of interactions, symmetries, and gauge fields usually leads to intriguing quantum many-body phases. To explore the nature of emerging phases, we study a quantum Rabi triangle system as an elementary building block for synthesizing an artificial...

Three-Dimensional Structure from Single Two-Dimensional Diffraction Intensity Measurement

Author(s): Tatiana LatychevskaiaConventional three-dimensional (3D) imaging methods require multiple measurements of the sample in different orientation or scanning. When the sample is probed with coherent waves, a single two-dimensional (2D) intensity measurement is sufficient as it contains all the information of the 3D sample d...[Phys. Rev. Lett....

Quantum Metrology for Non-Markovian Processes

Author(s): Anian Altherr and Yuxiang YangQuantum metrology is a rapidly developing branch of quantum technologies. While various theories have been established on quantum metrology for Markovian processes, i.e., quantum channel estimation, quantum metrology for non-Markovian processes is much less explored. In this Letter, we establish a g...[Phys....

Exponentially Accelerated Approach to Stationarity in Markovian Open Quantum Systems through the Mpemba Effect

Author(s): Federico Carollo, Antonio Lasanta, and Igor LesanovskyErgodicity breaking and slow relaxation are intriguing aspects of nonequilibrium dynamics both in classical and quantum settings. These phenomena are typically associated with phase transitions, e.g., the emergence of metastable regimes near a first-order transition or scaling dynamics...

Next-to-Next-to-Leading Order Event Generation for Top-Quark Pair Production

Author(s): Javier Mazzitelli, Pier Francesco Monni, Paolo Nason, Emanuele Re, Marius Wiesemann, and Giulia ZanderighiThe production of top-quark pairs in hadronic collisions is among the most important reactions in modern particle physics phenomenology and constitutes an instrumental avenue to study the properties of the heaviest quark observed in nature....

Revealing the Heavy Quasiparticles in the Heavy-Fermion Superconductor ${\mathrm{CeCu}}_{2}{\mathrm{Si}}_{2}$

Author(s): Zhongzheng Wu, Yuan Fang, Hang Su, Wu Xie, Peng Li, Yi Wu, Yaobo Huang, Dawei Shen, Balasubramanian Thiagarajan, Johan Adell, Chao Cao, Huiqiu Yuan, Frank Steglich, and Yang LiuThe superconducting order parameter of the first heavy-fermion superconductor CeCu2Si2 is currently under debate. A key ingredient to understand its superconductivity...

Ultrawide Temperature Range Super-Invar Behavior of ${R}_{2}{(\mathrm{Fe},\mathrm{Co})}_{17}$ Materials ($R$ = Rare Earth)

Author(s): Yili Cao, Kun Lin, Sergii Khmelevskyi, Maxim Avdeev, Keith M. Taddei, Qiang Zhang, Qingzhen Huang, Qiang Li, Kenichi Kato, Chiu Chung Tang, Alexandra Gibbs, Chin-Wei Wang, Jinxia Deng, Jun Chen, Hongjie Zhang, and Xianran XingSuper Invar (SIV), i.e., zero thermal expansion of metallic materials underpinned by magnetic ordering, is of great...

Universal Constraint for Relaxation Rates for Quantum Dynamical Semigroup

Author(s): Dariusz Chruściński, Gen Kimura, Andrzej Kossakowski, and Yasuhito ShishidoA general property of relaxation rates in open quantum systems is discussed. We find an interesting constraint for relaxation rates that universally holds in fairly large classes of quantum dynamics, e.g., weak coupling regimes, as well as for entropy nondecreasing...

Rigorous Bounds on the Heating Rate in Thue-Morse Quasiperiodically and Randomly Driven Quantum Many-Body Systems

Author(s): Takashi Mori, Hongzheng Zhao, Florian Mintert, Johannes Knolle, and Roderich MoessnerThe nonequilibrium quantum dynamics of closed many-body systems is a rich yet challenging field. While recent progress for periodically driven (Floquet) systems has yielded a number of rigorous results, our understanding on quantum many-body systems driven...

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