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Quantum model for entropic springs, C-H. Wang, and J. M. Taylor , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 93, 214102 (2016)
Theory of Bose condensation of light via laser cooling of atoms, C-H. Wang, M.. J. Gullans, , W. D. Phillips, and J. M. Taylor , Phys. Rev. A, 99, 031801 (2019)
Chirality, Causality, and Fluctuation-Dissipation Theorems in Nonequilibrium Steady States, C. Wang, and D.. E. Feldman , PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 110 (2013)
Robust quantum gates for singlet-triplet spin qubits using composite pulses, X. Wang, L. S. Bishop, E. Barnes, J.. P. Kestner, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 89 (2014)
Bose-Fermi solid and its quantum melting in a one-dimensional optical lattice, B. Wang, D-W. Wang, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 82 (2010)
Theory of Bose condensation of light via laser cooling of atoms, C-H. Wang, M.. J. Gullans, J.. V. Porto, W. D. Phillips, and J. M. Taylor , Phys. Rev. A, 99, 031801 (2019)
Landauer formulation of photon transport in driven systems, C-H. Wang, and J. M. Taylor , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 94, 155437 (2016)
Suppression or enhancement of the Fulde-Ferrell-Larkin-Ovchinnikov order in a one-dimensional optical lattice with particle-correlated tunneling, B.. Wang, and L.. - M. Duan , PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 79 (2009)
Hamiltonian tomography for quantum many-body systems with arbitrary couplings, S-T. Wang, D-L. Deng, and L-M. Duan , NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS, 17 (2015)
Spinor Bose-Einstein Condensates of Positronium, Y-H. Wang, B. M. Anderson, and C. W. Clark , Phys. Rev. A, 89, 043624 (2014)
High-frequency asymptotic behavior of self-energies in quantum impurity models, X. Wang, H. The Dang, and A. J. Millis , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 84 (2011)
Universal van der Waals physics for three cold atoms near Feshbach resonances, Y. Wang, and P. S. Julienne , Nature Physics (2014)
Quantum phase diagram of fermion mixtures with population imbalance in one-dimensional optical lattices, B.. Wang, H-D. Chen, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 79 (2009)
Ultracold Few-Body Systems, Y. Wang, J. P. D'Incao, and B. D. Esry , ADVANCES IN ATOMIC, MOLECULAR, AND OPTICAL PHYSICS, VOL 62, 62, 1-115 (2013)
Photon thermalization via laser cooling of atoms, C-H. Wang, M.. J. Gullans, J.. V. Porto, W. D. Phillips, and J. M. Taylor , PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 98, 013834 (2018)
Dark State Optical Lattice with a Subwavelength Spatial Structure, Y.. Wang, S.. Subhankar, P. Bienias, M.. Łącki, T-C.. Tsui, M.. A. Baranov, A. V. Gorshkov, P.. Zoller, J.. V. Porto, and S.. L. Rolston , Phys. Rev. Lett., 120, 083601 (2018)
Optomechanical approach to controlling the temperature and chemical potential of light, C-H. Wang, and J. M. Taylor , PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 97, 033850 (2018)
Weak symmetry breaking in two-dimensional topological insulators, C. Wang, and M. Levin , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 88 (2013)
Resonant wavepackets and shock waves in an atomtronic SQUID, Y-H. Wang, A.. Kumar, F.. Jendrzejewski, R. M. Wilson, M. Edwards, S.. Eckel, G.. K. Campbell, and C. W. Clark , NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS, 17, 125012 (2015)
Mott-insulating phases and magnetism of fermions in a double-well optical lattice, X. Wang, Q. Zhou, and S. Das Sarma , Phys. Rev. A, 84, 061603 (2011)
Mechanism of stimulated Hawking radiation in a laboratory Bose-Einstein condensate, Y-H. Wang, T. Jacobson, M. Edwards, and C. W. Clark , PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 96 (2017)
Noise-compensating pulses for electrostatically controlled silicon spin qubits, X. Wang, F.. A. Calderon-Vargas, M. S. Rana, J.. P. Kestner, E. Barnes, and S. Das Sarma , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 90 (2014)
Scalable quantum photonics using quantum dots, E. Waks, S. Sun, J. Kim, C. Richardson, R. Leavitt, and G. Solomon , 2018 IEEE PHOTONICS SOCIETY SUMMER TOPICAL MEETING SERIES (SUM), 129-130 (2018)
Protocol for hybrid entanglement between a trapped atom and a quantum dot, E. Waks, and C. Monroe , Phys. Rev. A, 80, 062330 (2009)
Storing light in a tiny box A cavity containing rare-earth atoms in a glass stores light pulses for quantum memories, E. Waks, and E. A. Goldschmidt , SCIENCE, 357, 1354-1355 (2017)

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