Many-body localized systems are central to the functioning of modern quantum computing devices. Yet, many-body localization is not completely understood.
Disorder effects on interacting quantum many-body systems have recently seen rapidly rising interest.
Intense optical vortices work together to fling neutral atoms with accelerations trillions of times that of the earth.
Scientists have shown that the Landau Lifshitz gravitational energy momentum pseudo-tensor can be generalized to metric theories of gravity, where the terms...
The showcase presents a free-to-read selection of physica status solidi articles published in 2016/17. The focus of this year’s edition is on...
Possible mechanisms for energy transfer based on ‘rare’ or ‘non-perturbative’ effects, in physical systems that present a many-body localized phenomenology are reviewed.
A PbS monolayer is demonstrated to be a novel platform for topological, valleytronic, and optical phenomena.
Decoherence plays an important role in quantum mechanics. In general, uncontrolled interaction of a quantum system with its environment will cause it...
The importance of revisiting and rediscovering old work: The exploitation of frustrated Lewis pairs.
Understanding the physics of LIGO's first gravitational-wave detection GW150914.