Lingfei Zhao, Duke University

August issue

This month we report chiral Andreev edge states, we consider entangled arrays of Rydberg atoms, and we grapple with the persistent under-representation of Black physicists in our discipline.  

Latest Research

  • Article |

    Higher-dimensional entanglement between two photons can be preserved for a photon passing through a complex medium by applying an appropriate scrambling operation on the entangled partner that does not enter the complex medium.

    • Natalia Herrera Valencia
    • , Suraj Goel
    • , Will McCutcheon
    • , Hugo Defienne
    •  & Mehul Malik
  • Article |

    An optomechanical cavity comprising a re-entrant cavity and membrane resonators can be tuned in and out of the Casimir regime. At the transition between the two regimes, the mechanical resonators exhibit a change in stiffness—the Casimir spring.

    • J. M. Pate
    • , M. Goryachev
    • , R. Y. Chiao
    • , J. E. Sharping
    •  & M. E. Tobar
  • Article |

    Scanning tunnelling microscopy is enhanced by microwave radiation that allows photon-assisted tunnelling processes. This technique is demonstrated on impurity states in a superconductor.

    • Olof Peters
    • , Nils Bogdanoff
    • , Sergio Acero González
    • , Larissa Melischek
    • , J. Rika Simon
    • , Gaël Reecht
    • , Clemens B. Winkelmann
    • , Felix von Oppen
    •  & Katharina J. Franke
  • Letter |

    The Mott insulator ground state is a crucial feature of high-temperature superconductors such as the cuprates. Here, the authors find an exactly solvable model that contains both superconductivity and Mottness.

    • Philip W. Phillips
    • , Luke Yeo
    •  & Edwin W. Huang
  • Article |

    A magnetic impurity is placed on the tip of a scanning tunnelling microscope, allowing direct tunnelling between two Yu–Shiba–Rusinov bound states. This technique can probe and enhance the impurity state lifetime.

    • Haonan Huang
    • , Ciprian Padurariu
    • , Jacob Senkpiel
    • , Robert Drost
    • , Alfredo Levy Yeyati
    • , Juan Carlos Cuevas
    • , Björn Kubala
    • , Joachim Ankerhold
    • , Klaus Kern
    •  & Christian R. Ast
  • Letter |

    The flat electronic bands that are associated with ordered phases in twisted bilayer graphene at a magic twist angle have been imaged using angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy.

    • M. Iqbal Bakti Utama
    • , Roland J. Koch
    • , Kyunghoon Lee
    • , Nicolas Leconte
    • , Hongyuan Li
    • , Sihan Zhao
    • , Lili Jiang
    • , Jiayi Zhu
    • , Kenji Watanabe
    • , Takashi Taniguchi
    • , Paul D. Ashby
    • , Alexander Weber-Bargioni
    • , Alex Zettl
    • , Chris Jozwiak
    • , Jeil Jung
    • , Eli Rotenberg
    • , Aaron Bostwick
    •  & Feng Wang

News & Comment

  • Measure for Measure |

    Giacomo Prando summarizes the troubled history of the radian, a unit with the odd property of appearing and disappearing seemingly at will in dimensional formulas.

    • Giacomo Prando
  • Editorial |

    The persistent under-representation of Black physicists is a systemic problem that requires will, money and long-term commitment to be solved.

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