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2016
Radio Frequency Tunable Oscillator Device Based on a SmB6 Microcrystal, A. Stern, D. K. Efimkin, V. Galitski, Z. Fisk, and J. Xia , Phys. Rev. Lett., 116, 166603 (2016)
Raman coherence in a circuit quantum electrodynamics lambda system, S.. Novikov, T.. Sweeney, J.. E. Robinson, S.. P. Premaratne, B.. Suri, F.. C. Wellstood, and B.. S. Palmer , NATURE PHYSICS, 12, 75-U104 (2016)
Rare-Region-Induced Avoided Quantum Criticality in Disordered Three-Dimensional Dirac and Weyl Semimetals, J.. H. Pixley, D. A. Huse, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW X, 6, 021042 (2016)
Rashba realization: Raman with RF, D.. L. Campbell, and I.. B. Spielman , NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS, 18, 033035 (2016)
Realizing exactly solvable SU(N) magnets with thermal atoms, M. E. Beverland, G. Alagic, M. J. Martin, A. P. Koller, A. M. Rey, and A. V. Gorshkov , PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 93, 051601 (2016)
Role of boundary conditions, topology, and disorder in the chiral magnetic effect in Weyl semimetals, Y. Alavirad, and J. D. Sau , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 94, 115160 (2016)
Serialized quantum error correction protocol for high-bandwidth quantum repeaters, A.. N. Glaudell, E.. Waks, and J.. M. Taylor , NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS, 18, 093008 (2016)
Single-shot optical readout of a quantum bit using cavity quantum electrodynamics, S. Sun, and E. Waks , PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 94, 012307 (2016)
Sisyphus Thermalization of Photons in a Cavity-Coupled Double Quantum Dot, M.. J. Gullans, J.. Stehlik, Y.. - Y. Liu, C.. Eichler, J.. R. Petta, and J.. M. Taylor , PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 117, 056801 (2016)
SU(3) Quantum Hall Ferromagnetism in SnTe, X. Li, F. Zhang, and A.. H. MacDonald , PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 116 (2016)
Surface plasmon polaritons in topological Weyl semimetals, J. Hofmann, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 93, 241402 (2016)
Synthetic gauge potentials for ultracold neutral atoms, Y-J. Lin, and I.. B. Spielman , JOURNAL OF PHYSICS B-ATOMIC MOLECULAR AND OPTICAL PHYSICS, 48, 183001 (2016)
Three-photon process for producing a degenerate gas of metastable alkaline-earth-metal atoms, D.. S. Barker, N.. C. Pisenti, B.. J. Reschovsky, and G.. K. Campbell , PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 93, 053417 (2016)
Topological defect lasers, S. Knitter, S. Fatt Liew, W. Xiong, M. I. Guy, G. S. Solomon, and H. Cao , JOURNAL OF OPTICS, 18 (2016)
Topological phases via engineered orbital hybridization in noncentrosymmetric optical lattices, B. Liu, X. Li, and V. W. Liu , PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 93 (2016)
Topological phases with long-range interactions, Z.. - X. Gong, M.. F. Maghrebi, A.. Hu, M. L. Wall, M.. Foss-Feig, and A. V. Gorshkov , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 93, 041102 (2016)
Topologically robust transport of entangled photons in a 2D photonic system, S. Mittal, V. Vikram Orre, and M. Hafezi , OPTICS EXPRESS, 24, 15631-15641 (2016)
Toward optical quantum information processing with quantum dots coupled to microstructures [Invited], O. Gazzano, and G. S. Solomon , JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS, 33, C160 (2016)
Transport of Dirac electrons in a random magnetic field in topological heterostructures, H. M. Hurst, D. K. Efimkin, and V. Galitski , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 93 (2016)
Two-photon interference from a bright single-photon source at telecom wavelengths, J-H. Kim, T. Cai, C. J. K. Richardson, R. P. Leavitt, and E. Waks , OPTICA, 3, 577-584 (2016)
Uncovering the hidden quantum critical point in disordered massless Dirac and Weyl semimetals, J.. H. Pixley, D. A. Huse, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 94, 121107 (2016)
Understanding analog quantum simulation dynamics in coupled ion-trap qubits, Y-. Le Wu, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 93, 022332 (2016)

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