All-optical Loss-tolerant Distributed Quantum Sensing

Kavli Affiliate: Alireza Marandi | First 5 Authors: Rajveer Nehra, Changhun Oh, Liang Jiang, Alireza Marandi, | Summary: Distributed quantum sensing (DQS) leverages quantum resources to estimate an unknown global property of a networked quantum sensor beyond the classical limit. We propose and analyze an all-optical resource-efficient scheme for the next-generation DQS systems. Our method […]


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0.7 MW Yb:YAG pumped degenerate optical parametric oscillator at 2.06 μm

Kavli Affiliate: Alireza Marandi | First 5 Authors: Anni Li, Mehran Bahri, Robert M. Gray, Seowon Choi, Sajjad Hoseinkhani | Summary: Frequency comb and field-resolved broadband absorption spectroscopy are promising techniques for rapid, precise, and sensitive detection of short-lived atmospheric pollutants on-site. Enhancing detection sensitivity in absorption spectroscopy hinges on bright sources that cover molecular […]


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When to Sweat the Small Stuff: identifying the most informative events from ground-based gravitational-wave detectors

Kavli Affiliate: Daniel E. Holz | First 5 Authors: Reed Essick, Daniel E. Holz, , , | Summary: We explore scaling relations for the information carried by individual events, and how that information accumulates in catalogs like those from ground-based gravitational-wave detectors. For a variety of situations, the larger number of quiet/distant signals dominates the […]


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On the universality of star formation efficiency in galaxies

Kavli Affiliate: Nickolay Y. Gnedin | First 5 Authors: Ava Polzin, Andrey V. Kravtsov, Vadim A. Semenov, Nickolay Y. Gnedin, | Summary: We analyze high-resolution hydrodynamics simulations of an isolated disk dwarf galaxy with an explicit model for unresolved turbulence and turbulence-based star formation prescription. We examine the characteristic values of the star formation efficiency […]


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Distinct pathway for evolution of enhanced receptor binding and cell entry in SARS-like bat coronaviruses

Kavli Affiliate: Charles M. Rice | Authors: Alexandra L. Tse, Cory M. Acreman, Inna Ricardo-Lax, Jacob Berrigan, Gorka Lasso, Toheeb Balogun, Fiona L. Kearns, Lorenzo Casalino, Georgia L. McClain, Amartya Mudry Chandran, Charlotte Lemeunier, Rommie E. Amaro, Charles M. Rice, Rohit K. Jangra, Jason S. McLellan, Kartik Chandran and Emily Happy Miller | Summary: Understanding […]


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Translatome analysis reveals cellular network in DLK-dependent hippocampal glutamatergic neuron degeneration

Kavli Affiliate: Yishi Jin | Authors: Erin M Ritchie, Siming Zhong, Qianyi Pu, Yunbo Li, Binhai Zheng and Yishi Jin | Summary: The conserved MAP3K12/Dual Leucine Zipper Kinase (DLK) plays versatile roles in neuronal development, axon injury and stress responses, and neurodegeneration, depending on cell-type and cellular contexts. Emerging evidence implicates abnormal DLK signaling in […]


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Spin-filter tunneling detection of antiferromagnetic resonance with electrically-tunable damping

Kavli Affiliate: Daniel C. Ralph | First 5 Authors: Thow Min Jerald Cham, Daniel G. Chica, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Xavier Roy | Summary: Antiferromagnetic spintronics offers the potential for higher-frequency operations compared to ferromagnetic spintronics and improved insensitivity to magnetic fields. However, previous electrical techniques to detect antiferromagnetic dynamics have required millimeter-scale samples to […]


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Heterogeneous integration of amorphous silicon carbide on thin film lithium niobate

Kavli Affiliate: Simon Groblacher | First 5 Authors: Zizheng Li, Naresh Sharma, Bruno Lopez-Rodriguez, Roald van der Kolk, Thomas Scholte | Summary: In the past decade, lithium niobate (LiNbO3 or LN) photonics, thanks to its heat-free and fast electro-optical modulation, second-order non-linearities and low loss, has been extensively investigated. Despite numerous demonstrations of high-performance LN […]


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Guidelines for Augmentation Selection in Contrastive Learning for Time Series Classification

Kavli Affiliate: Xiang Zhang | First 5 Authors: Ziyu Liu, Azadeh Alavi, Minyi Li, Xiang Zhang, | Summary: Self-supervised contrastive learning has become a key technique in deep learning, particularly in time series analysis, due to its ability to learn meaningful representations without explicit supervision. Augmentation is a critical component in contrastive learning, where different […]


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Power Optimization and Deep Learning for Channel Estimation of Active IRS-Aided IoT

Kavli Affiliate: Wei Gao | First 5 Authors: Yan Wang, Feng Shu, Rongen Dong, Wei Gao, Qi Zhang | Summary: In this paper, channel estimation of an active intelligent reflecting surface (IRS) aided uplink Internet of Things (IoT) network is investigated. Firstly, the least square (LS) estimators for the direct channel and the cascaded channel […]


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