Scalable Multipartite Entanglement of Remote Rare-earth Ion Qubits

Kavli Affiliate: Andrei Faraon | First 5 Authors: Andrei Ruskuc, Chun-Ju Wu, Emanuel Green, Sophie L. N. Hermans, Joonhee Choi | Summary: Single photon emitters with internal spin are leading contenders for developing quantum repeater networks, enabling long-range entanglement distribution for transformational technologies in communications and sensing. However, scaling beyond current few-node networks will require […]


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Workforce Development in Astronomy and Astroinformatics

Kavli Affiliate: Rana Adhikari | First 5 Authors: Kartik Sheth, Kevin Govender, Vanessa McBride, Laura Trouille, Puji Irawati | Summary: Policy Brief on "Workforce Development in Astronomy and Astroinformatics", distilled from the corresponding panel that was part of the discussions during S20 Policy Webinar on Astroinformatics for Sustainable Development held on 6-7 July 2023. The […]


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Monoclinic LaSb$_2$ Superconducting Thin Films

Kavli Affiliate: Joseph Falson | First 5 Authors: Adrian Llanos, Giovanna Campisi, Veronica Show, Jinwoong Kim, Reiley Dorrian | Summary: Rare-earth diantimondes exhibit coupling between structural and electronic orders which are tunable under pressure and temperature. Here we present the discovery of a new polymorph of LaSb$_2$ stabilized in thin films synthesized using molecular beam […]


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Significant noise improvement in a Kinetic Inductance Phonon-Mediated detector by use of a wideband parametric amplifier

Kavli Affiliate: Sunil R. Golwala | First 5 Authors: Karthik Ramanathan, Osmond Wen, Taylor Aralis, Ritoban Basu Thakur, Bruce Bumble | Summary: Microwave Kinetic Inductance Detectors (MKIDs) have been demonstrated as capable phonon sensors when coupled to crystalline substrates, and have been proposed as detectors for next-generation rare-event searches such as for the direct detection […]


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Ultra-Short Pulse Biphoton Source in Lithium Niobate Nanophotonics at 2 textmu m

Kavli Affiliate: Alireza Marandi | First 5 Authors: James Williams, Rajveer Nehra, Elina Sendonaris, Luis Ledezma, Robert M. Gray | Summary: Photonics offers unique capabilities for quantum information processing (QIP) such as room-temperature operation, the scalability of nanophotonics, and access to ultrabroad bandwidths and consequently ultrafast operation. Ultrashort-pulse sources of quantum states in nanophotonics are […]


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Nuclear mass table in deformed relativistic Hartree-Bogoliubov theory in continuum, II: Even-$Z$ nuclei

Kavli Affiliate: Wei Gao | First 5 Authors: DRHBc Mass Table Collaboration, Peng Guo, Xiaojie Cao, Kangmin Chen, Zhihui Chen | Summary: The mass table in the deformed relativistic Hartree-Bogoliubov theory in continuum (DRHBc) with the PC-PK1 density functional has been established for even-$Z$ nuclei with $8le Zle120$, extended from the previous work for even-even […]


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Nuclear mass table in deformed relativistic Hartree-Bogoliubov theory in continuum, II: Even-$Z$ nuclei

Kavli Affiliate: Wei Gao | First 5 Authors: DRHBc Mass Table Collaboration, Peng Guo, Xiaojie Cao, Kangmin Chen, Zhihui Chen | Summary: The mass table in the deformed relativistic Hartree-Bogoliubov theory in continuum (DRHBc) with the PC-PK1 density functional has been established for even-$Z$ nuclei with $8le Zle120$, extended from the previous work for even-even […]


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Gravitational losses for the binary systems induced by the next-to-leading spin-orbit coupling effects

Kavli Affiliate: Wei Gao | First 5 Authors: Hao Zhang, Wei Gao, Guansheng He, Siming Liu, Huanyu Jia | Summary: The orbital energy and momentum of the compact binary systems will loss due to gravitational radiation. Based on the mass and mass-current multipole moments of the binary system with the spin vector defined by Boh'{e} […]


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A general framework for rotation invariant point cloud analysis

Kavli Affiliate: Wei Gao | First 5 Authors: Shuqing Luo, Wei Gao, , , | Summary: We propose a general method for deep learning based point cloud analysis, which is invariant to rotation on the inputs. Classical methods are vulnerable to rotation, as they usually take aligned point clouds as input. Principle Component Analysis (PCA) […]


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Bi-CryptoNets: Leveraging Different-Level Privacy for Encrypted Inference

Kavli Affiliate: Wei Gao | First 5 Authors: Man-Jie Yuan, Zheng Zou, Wei Gao, , | Summary: Privacy-preserving neural networks have attracted increasing attention in recent years, and various algorithms have been developed to keep the balance between accuracy, computational complexity and information security from the cryptographic view. This work takes a different view from […]


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