Author(s): Simone Alioli, Marco Farina, Duccio Pappadopulo, and Joshua T. Ruderman
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is sensitive to new heavy gauge bosons that produce narrow peaks in the dilepton invariant mass spectrum up to about that are too heavy to produce directly can reveal their presence through interference with standard model dilepton production. We show t...
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 101801] Published Thu Mar 08, 2018
Author(s): Jyoti Rajput, T. Severt, Ben Berry, Bethany Jochim, Peyman Feizollah, Balram Kaderiya, M. Zohrabi, U. Ablikim, Farzaneh Ziaee, Kanaka Raju P., D. Rolles, A. Rudenko, K. D. Carnes, B. D. Esry, and I. Ben-Itzhak
A key question concerning the three-body fragmentation of polyatomic molecules is the distinction of sequential and concerted mechanisms, i.e., the stepwise or simultaneous cleavage of bonds. Using laser-driven fragmentation of OCS into and employing coincidence momentum imaging, we demonst...
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 103001] Published Thu Mar 08, 2018
Author(s): R. Shaniv, R. Ozeri, M. S. Safronova, S. G. Porsev, V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, and H. Häffner
We describe a broadly applicable experimental proposal to search for the violation of local Lorentz invariance (LLI) with atomic systems. The new scheme uses dynamic decoupling and can be implemented in current atomic clock experiments, with both single ions and arrays of neutral atoms. Moreover, th...
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 103202] Published Thu Mar 08, 2018
Author(s): O. Chellaï, S. Alberti, M. Baquero-Ruiz, I. Furno, T. Goodman, F. Manke, G. Plyushchev, L. Guidi, A. Koehn, O. Maj, E. Poli, K. Hizanidis, L. Figini, and D. Ricci
The first direct experimental measurements of the scattering of a millimeter-wave beam by plasma blobs in a simple magnetized torus are reported. The wavelength of the beam is comparable to the characteristic size of the blob. In situ Langmuir probe measurements show that fluctuations of the electro...
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 105001] Published Thu Mar 08, 2018
Author(s): F. S. Krasniqi, Y. Zhong, S. W. Epp, L. Foucar, M. Trigo, J. Chen, D. A. Reis, H. L. Wang, J. H. Zhao, H. T. Lemke, D. Zhu, M. Chollet, D. M. Fritz, R. Hartmann, L. Englert, L. Strüder, I. Schlichting, and J. Ullrich
Long wavelength vibrational modes in the ferromagnetic semiconductor are investigated using time resolved x-ray diffraction. At room temperature, we measure oscillations in the x-ray diffraction intensity corresponding to coherent vibrational modes with well-defined wavelengths. When ...
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 105501] Published Thu Mar 08, 2018
Author(s): Enrique Martínez, Oriane Senninger, Alfredo Caro, Frédéric Soisson, Maylise Nastar, and Blas P. Uberuaga
Nonequilibrium chemical redistribution in open systems submitted to external forces, such as particle irradiation, leads to changes in the structural properties of the material, potentially driving the system to failure. Such redistribution is controlled by the complex interplay between the producti...
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 106101] Published Thu Mar 08, 2018
Author(s): Yuval Baum and Gil Refael
When a -dimensional quantum system is subjected to a periodic drive, it may be treated as a ()-dimensional system, where the extra dimension is a synthetic one. This approach, however, affords only a limited level of control of the effective potential along the synthetic direction. In this work,...
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 106402] Published Thu Mar 08, 2018
Author(s): Wouter Jolie, Jonathan Lux, Mathias Pörtner, Daniela Dombrowski, Charlotte Herbig, Timo Knispel, Sabina Simon, Thomas Michely, Achim Rosch, and Carsten Busse
We study chemically gated bilayer graphene using scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy complemented by tight-binding calculations. Gating is achieved by intercalating Cs between bilayer graphene and Ir(111), thereby shifting the conduction band minima below the chemical potential. Scatterin...
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 106801] Published Thu Mar 08, 2018
Author(s): Toshihiro Sato, Fakher F. Assaad, and Tarun Grover
The absence of the negative sign problem in quantum Monte Carlo simulations of spin and fermion systems has different origins. World-line based algorithms for spins require positivity of matrix elements whereas auxiliary field approaches for fermions depend on symmetries such as particle-hole symmet...
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 107201] Published Thu Mar 08, 2018
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This is the sixth episode in the SmartHotel360 series, which was used in the keynotes and general sessions at Connect() last November, and is available on GitHub.
In this episode, Brady Gaster talks with Mikkel Hegnhoj from the Azure Service Fabric team about how SmartHotel360 modernized an existing, internal application, by moving it into Azure Service Fabric.
SmartHotel360 is a fictitious smart hospitality company showcasing the future of connected travel:
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On this episode of On.NET, Microsoft Cloud Developer Advocate, Jeremy Likness, is joined by Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), Josh Lane, to discuss .NET Core and Containers. Josh and Jeremy discuss what containers are and how they fit into modern DevOps pipelines, then walk through the integrated tools in Visual Studio 2017 that assist developers with creating and debugging containers as well as publishing them to Azure via Azure Container Registry and Azure Web Apps for Containers.
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Author(s): S. Carlip
Near the horizon, the obvious symmetries of a black hole spacetime—the horizon-preserving diffeomorphisms—are enhanced to a larger symmetry group with a three-dimensional Bondi-Metzner-Sachs algebra. Using dimensional reduction and covariant phase space techniques, I investigate this augmented symme...
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 101301] Published Fri Mar 09, 2018
Author(s): Lance J. Dixon, Ming-xing Luo, Vladyslav Shtabovenko, Tong-Zhi Yang, and Hua Xing Zhu
The energy-energy correlation between pairs of hadrons separated by a fixed angle is, for the first time, computed analytically at next-to-leading-order.
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 102001] Published Fri Mar 09, 2018
Author(s): Hythem Sidky, Juan J. de Pablo, and Jonathan K. Whitmer
Experiments on confined droplets of the nematic liquid crystal 5CB have questioned long-established bounds imposed on the elastic free energy of nematic systems. This elasticity, which derives from molecular alignment within nematic systems, is quantified through a set of moduli which can be difficu...
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 107801] Published Fri Mar 09, 2018
Author(s): J. M. Sobstyl, T. Emig, M. J. Abdolhosseini Qomi, F.-J. Ulm, and R. J.-M. Pellenq
Mathematical analysis of the two-dimensional layout of a city reveals much about its three-dimensional structure and provides useful measures of the urban heat island effect.
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 108701] Published Fri Mar 09, 2018