Massively-multiplexed generation of Bell-type entanglement using a quantum memory

  • Michał Lipka
  • Mateusz Mazelanik
  • Michał Parniak


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    We are delighted to announce that our first focus collection on "Higher-Order Interaction Networks" is finally online! A bit thanks to our guest editors Ginestra Bianconi and Federico Battiston and all our authors! More papers are on their way, stay tuned!

  • We currently have four Focus Collections open for papers on the following topics: * Floquet engineering of quantum materials * Space quantum communication * Unconventional computing with optical simulation of spin Hamiltonians * Higher-order interaction networks --- check them out on the dedicate webpage


  • Pattern formation in complex systems has been studied from the angle of information processing, by trying to understand what is the input information that determines a certain final pattern and to what extent is the final pattern programmable by changing some input information. Here, the authors present a minimal model within which they can formulate and study the concept of programmable pattern formation, that is, whether an organizer cell can steer the system towards any target pattern starting from an arbitrary initial pattern.

    • Tiago Ramalho
    • Stephan Kremser
    • Ulrich Gerland
    Article Open Access
  • Unveiling the properties of edge harmonic oscillation is one of the major pursuits to understand complex systems in plasma physics. The authors present measurements at the JT-60U tokamak that show direct observations of peeling modes in quiescent high-confinement tokamak plasmas, offering insights into the “peeling nature” of both laboratory plasmas and astronomical plasmas.

    • Kensaku Kamiya
    • Kimitaka Itoh
    • Akihiko Isayama
    Article Open Access
  • Electron-positron pair generation from nonlinear quantum electrodynamics is predicted at high intensities that are, so far, beyond experimental capabilities. Here, simulations predict a high yield of positrons can be obtained from gamma-gamma photon collisions in the linear regime, using counter-propagating pulses and a microstructured target.

    • Yutong He
    • Thomas G. Blackburn
    • Alexey V. Arefiev
    Article Open Access
  • The ability to gather experimental access to the kinetics of charge carriers is central in semiconductor physics. The authors utilize hard x-ray radiation from a synchrotron source to probe the charge transfer dynamics in the attosecond regime in layered GeSe, thus providing crucial information for future photonic and optoelectronic devices.

    • Zhesheng Chen
    • Heqi Xiong
    • Jean-Pascal Rueff
    Article Open Access
  • Higher-order interactions intervene in a large variety of networked phenomena, from shared interests known to influence the creation of social ties, to co-location shaping networks embedded in space, like power grids. This work introduces a Bayesian framework to infer higher-order interactions hidden in network data.

    • Jean-Gabriel Young
    • Giovanni Petri
    • Tiago P. Peixoto
    Article Open Access
  • The multifaceted nature of nonlinear multimode optical fibers has provided a fertile ground for observing novel physical effects otherwise impossible in single-mode setting. The authors present a theoretical and experimental study, providing a comprehensive theory capable of explaining the distinct nature of wideband Cherenkov radiation produced during multimode soliton fission events.

    • M. A. Eftekhar
    • H. Lopez-Aviles
    • D. N. Christodoulides
    Article Open Access
  • Mediation analysis aims to clarify the nature of the relationship between two variables, by elucidating the role of a third variable, which can allow or suppress the relationship, or being simply not involved in the process. The authors introduce this framework in the analysis of three-layered multiplex networks, assessing whether a link between two nodes in one layer affects the probability of having a link between the two same nodes in the other two layers, and present some applications to social and biological networks.

    • Lucas Lacasa
    • Sebastiano Stramaglia
    • Daniele Marinazzo
    Article Open Access
  • Real-world networks are typically characterised by a non-trivial organization at the mesoscale, such that groups of nodes are preferentially connected within distinguishable network regions known as communities. In this work the authors define unipartite, bipartite, and multilayer network representations of hypergraph flows to extract the community structure of social and biological systems with higher-order interactions.

    • Anton Eriksson
    • Daniel Edler
    • Martin Rosvall
    Article Open Access

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