## Erratum to: Indivisibility of Electron Bubbles in Helium

Published in Journal of Low Temperature Physics

Published in Journal of Low Temperature Physics

Published in Journal of Low Temperature Physics

We investigate quantum vortex ring dynamics at scales smaller than the inter-vortex spacing in quantum turbulence. Through geometrical arguments and high-resolution numerical simulations, we examine the validity of simple estimates for the mean free path and the structure of vortex rings post-reconnection. We find that a large proportion of vortex ...

Published in Journal of Low Temperature Physics

The effects of a deformation potential on a magnetopolaron in monolayer graphene are investigated using the method of linear-combination operators and a simple unitary transformation based on the carrier–acoustic phonon coupling. We find that the splitting of the zero-energy Landau level occurs due to the magnetopolaron effect. The magnitude of spl...

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An ultracold Fermi gas with a zero-range attractive potential in the unitary limit is investigated using variational and diffusion Monte Carlo methods. Previous calculations have used a finite-range interaction and extrapolate the results to zero-range. Here we extend the quantum Monte Carlo method to directly use a zero-range interaction without t...

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Visualization using tracer particles is a relatively new tool available for the study of superfluid turbulence and flow, which is applied here to oscillating objects submerged in the liquid. We report observations of a structure seen in videos taken from outside a cryostat filled with superfluid helium at 2 K, which is possibly a vortex loop attach...

Published in Journal of Low Temperature Physics

The main goal of LUCIFER is the study of the neutrino-less double beta decay, a rare process that, if detected, could demonstrate the Majorana nature of neutrino and set the absolute mass of this particle. Dealing with rare decays, one of the most critical issues of the experiment is the background reduction. This requirement will be satisfied by L...

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A heat current originating from electron–phonon coupling in a quantum dot (QD) molecule connected to ferromagnetic leads is studied by the non-equilibrium Green’s function technique. The system is driven out of equilibrium by a temperature gradient (thermal bias) applied across the two terminals of the structure. We find that when the magnetic mome...

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This works investigates the optimal laser control of the electronic ground-state collision of two cold atoms of distinct species. The control goal is to perform the photoassociation of the colliding pair of atoms along with the vibrational–rotational stabilization of the diatomic molecule taking advantage of the permanent dipole moment associated w...

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The influence of a pentagonal/hexagonal defect at higher/lower critical temperature in a thin superconducting disk on the critical fields and vortex configuration is investigated numerically. The coupled nonlinear Ginzburg–Landau equations are solved self-consistently to calculate and compare quantities such as the magnetization, super-current, fre...

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The limits on the NTL effect are due to parasitic currents from the electrodes entering the semiconductor. An implanted diode is known to have a better surface behaviour and a very high amplification. One can imagine also to separate the electrodes from the semiconductor. An avalanche structure could also be fabricated to multiply the number of ele...