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  • Quantum-inspired protocol for measuring the degree of similarity between spatial shapes 

    Urrego González, Daniel Fernando; Pérez Torres, Juan (2022-11)
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    Open Access
    We put forward and demonstrate experimentally a quantum-inspired protocol that allows us to quantify the degree of similarity between two spatial shapes embedded in two optical beams without the need to measure the amplitude ...
  • Transcranial, noninvasive evaluation of the potential misery perfusion during hyperventilation therapy of traumatic brain injury patients 

    Tagliabue, Susanna; Maruccia, Federica; Fischer, Jonas; Riveiro Vilaboa, Marilyn; Rey Pérez, Anna; Expósito, Lourdes; Lindner, Claus; Báguena Martínez, Marcelino; Durduran, Turgut; Poca, Maria; Serra, Isabel; Kacprzak, Michal (2023-04-26)
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    Open Access
    Hyperventilation (HV) therapy uses vasoconstriction to reduce intracranial pressure (ICP) by reducing cerebral blood volume. However, as HV also lowers cerebral blood flow (CBF), it may provoke misery perfusion (MP) where ...
  • Realizing attosecond core-level X-ray spectroscopy for the investigation of condensed matter and for material science 

    Summers, A.; Severino, Stefano; Reduzzi, Maurizio; Sidiropoulos, Themistoklis P. H.; Rivas, Daniel E.; Palo, Nicola di; Sun, Hung-wei; Chien, Ying-hao; León, Iker; Buades, Barbara; Cousin, S.; Teichmann, Stephan M.; Mey, Tobias; Toomey, Tim; Efetov, Dmitri K.; Biegert, Jens (American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 2023-01)
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    Unraveling the exact nature of nonequilibrium and correlated interactions is paramount for continued progress in many areas of condensed matter science. Such insight is a prerequisite to develop an engineered approach for ...
  • Inverse-design of non-Hermitian potentials for light management 

    Botey Cumella, Muriel; Ahmed Waseem, Waqas Waseem; Herrero Simon, Ramon; Wu, Yina; Staliunas, Kestutis (International Society for Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), 2022)
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    Open Access
    In this paper, we propose a general inverse-design strategy based on genetic algorithm optimization to achieve ‘on demand’ manipulation of light in one-dimensional (1D) and two-dimensional (2D) non-Hermitian systems. The ...
  • Attosecond core-level spectroscopy reveals the flow of excitation in a material between light, carriers and phonons 

    Sidiropoulos, Themistoklis P. H.; Palo, Nicola di; Rivas Barragan, Daniel; Severino, Stefano; Reduzzi, Maurizio; Nandy, Biplob; Bauerhenne, Bernd; Krylow, Sergej; Vasileiadis, Thomas; Biegert, Jens (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2022)
    Conference report
    Open Access
    We use attosecond core-level X-ray spectroscopy to disentangle the spectral and dynamical signatures of energy conversion pathways between photons, charge carriers and the lattice in graphite with attosecond precision and ...
  • Magnetic properties and quench dynamics of two interacting ultracold molecules in a trap 

    Dawid Lekowska, Anna Maria; Tomza, Michal (Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), 2020)
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    Open Access
    We theoretically investigate the magnetic properties and nonequilibrium dynamics of two interacting ultracold polar and paramagnetic molecules in a one-dimensional harmonic trap in external electric and magnetic fields. ...
  • Quantum channel marginal problem 

    Hsieh, Chung Yun; Lostaglio, Matteo; Acín dal Maschio, Antonio (American Physical Society, 2022-03-31)
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    Given a set of local dynamics, are they compatible with a global dynamics? We systematically formulate these questions as quantum channel marginal problems. These problems are strongly connected to the generalization of ...
  • Entanglement preserving local thermalization 

    Hsieh, Chung Yun; Lostaglio, Matteo; Acín dal Maschio, Antonio (American Physical Society, 2020-03-30)
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    We investigate whether entanglement can survive the thermalization of subsystems. We present two equivalent formulations of this problem: (1) Can two isolated agents, accessing only preshared randomness, locally thermalize ...
  • Communication, dynamical resource theory, and thermodynamics 

    Hsieh, Chung Yun (2021-05-12)
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    Open Access
    Recently, new insights have been obtained by jointly studying communication and resource theory. This interplay consequently serves as a potential platform for interdisciplinary studies. To continue this line, we analyze ...
  • Resource preservability 

    Hsieh, Chung Yun (2020-03-19)
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    Open Access
    Resource theory is a general, model-independent approach aiming to understand the qualitative notion of resource quantitatively. In a given resource theory, free operations are physical processes that do not create the ...
  • Single-domain Bose condensate magnetometer achieves energy resolution per bandwidth below h 

    Coop, Simon; Palacios, Silvana; Gómez Kabelka, Pau; Zamora Zamora, Roberto; Mazzinghi, Chiara; Mitchell, Morgan W. (2022-02-08)
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    We present a magnetic sensor with energy resolution per bandwidth ER < h. We show how a 87Rb single-domain spinor Bose– Einstein condensate, detected by nondestructive Faraday rotation probing, achieves single-shot ...
  • Interferometric measurement of interhyperfine scattering lengths in <mml:math xmlns:mml="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML"><mml:mmultiscripts><mml:mi>Rb</mml:mi><mml:mprescripts /><mml:none /><mml:mn>87</mml:mn></mml:mmultiscripts></mml:math> 

    Mazzinghi, Chiara; Gómez Kabelka, Pau; Martin, Ferran; Coop, Simon; Palacios, Silvana; Mitchell, Morgan W. (American Physical Society (APS), 2019-09-10)
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    We present interferometeric measurements of the f = 1 to f = 2 interhyperfine scattering lengths in a single-domain spinor Bose-Einstein condensate of 87Rb. The interhyperfine interaction leads to a strong and state-dependent ...

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