Inferring global dynamics from local structure in liquid electrolytes

Kavli Affiliate: Kristin A. Persson | First 5 Authors: Penelope K. Jones, Kara D. Fong, Kristin A. Persson, Alpha A. Lee, | Summary: Ion transport in concentrated electrolytes plays a fundamental role in electrochemical systems such as lithium ion batteries. Nonetheless, the mechanism of transport amid strong ion-ion interactions remains enigmatic. A key question is […]


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Pontryagin-Optimal Control of a non-Hermitian Qubit

Kavli Affiliate: Birgitta Whaley | First 5 Authors: Philippe Lewalle, K. Birgitta Whaley, , , | Summary: Open-system quantum dynamics described by non-Hermitian effective Hamiltonians have become a subject of considerable interest. Studies of non-Hermitian physics have revealed general principles, including relationships between the topology of the complex eigenvalue space and the breakdown of adiabatic […]


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Link Prediction on Heterophilic Graphs via Disentangled Representation Learning

Kavli Affiliate: Xiang Zhang | First 5 Authors: Shijie Zhou, Zhimeng Guo, Charu Aggarwal, Xiang Zhang, Suhang Wang | Summary: Link prediction is an important task that has wide applications in various domains. However, the majority of existing link prediction approaches assume the given graph follows homophily assumption, and designs similarity-based heuristics or representation learning […]


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Coupled charge and energy transfer dynamics in light harvesting complexes from a hybrid hierarchical equations of motion approach

Kavli Affiliate: David T. Limmer | First 5 Authors: Thomas P. Fay, David T. Limmer, , , | Summary: We describe a method for simulating exciton dynamics in protein-pigment complexes, including effects from charge transfer as well as fluorescence. The method combines the hierarchical equations of motion, which are used to describe quantum dynamics of […]


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Benchmarking verified logic operations for fault tolerance

Kavli Affiliate: Irfan Siddiqi | First 5 Authors: Akel Hashim, Stefan Seritan, Timothy Proctor, Kenneth Rudinger, Noah Goss | Summary: The promise of quantum computing depends upon the eventual achievement of fault-tolerant quantum error correction, which requires that the total rate of errors falls below some threshold. However, most contemporary methods for benchmarking noisy quantum […]


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Benchmarking verified logic operations for fault tolerance

Kavli Affiliate: Irfan Siddiqi | First 5 Authors: Akel Hashim, Stefan Seritan, Timothy Proctor, Kenneth Rudinger, Noah Goss | Summary: The promise of quantum computing depends upon the eventual achievement of fault-tolerant quantum error correction, which requires that the total rate of errors falls below some threshold. However, most contemporary methods for benchmarking noisy quantum […]


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Demonstrating scalable randomized benchmarking of universal gate sets

Kavli Affiliate: Irfan Siddiqi | First 5 Authors: Jordan Hines, Marie Lu, Ravi K. Naik, Akel Hashim, Jean-Loup Ville | Summary: Randomized benchmarking (RB) protocols are the most widely used methods for assessing the performance of quantum gates. However, the existing RB methods either do not scale to many qubits or cannot benchmark a universal […]


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Imaging Quantum Interference in Stadium-Shaped Monolayer and Bilayer Graphene Quantum Dots

Kavli Affiliate: Michael F. Crommie | First 5 Authors: Zhehao Ge, Dillon Wong, Juwon Lee, Frederic Joucken, Eberth A. Quezada-Lopez | Summary: Experimental realization of graphene-based stadium-shaped quantum dots (QDs) have been few and incompatible with scanned probe microscopy. Yet, direct visualization of electronic states within these QDs is crucial for determining the existence of […]


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Imaging Quantum Interference in Stadium-Shaped Monolayer and Bilayer Graphene Quantum Dots

Kavli Affiliate: Alex Zettl | First 5 Authors: Zhehao Ge, Dillon Wong, Juwon Lee, Frederic Joucken, Eberth A. Quezada-Lopez | Summary: Experimental realization of graphene-based stadium-shaped quantum dots (QDs) have been few and incompatible with scanned probe microscopy. Yet, direct visualization of electronic states within these QDs is crucial for determining the existence of quantum […]


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