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- Al Meldrum, Pablo Bianucci, Frank Marsiglio
- Optics express
- 2010

We investigate the spontaneous emission modifications when ensembles of quantum dots (QDs) with differing emission frequencies and finite Lorentzian linewidths are coupled to a microcavity. Using… (More)

- Emmanuele Cappelluti, C. Valverde Grimaldi, Frank Marsiglio
- Physical review letters
- 2007

In this Letter we show how, for small values of the Fermi energy compared to the spin-orbit splitting of Rashba type, a topological change of the Fermi surface leads to an effective reduction of the… (More)

Superconductivity at temperatures up to 190 K at high pressures has recently been observed in $H_2S$ and interpreted as conventional BCS-electron-phonon-driven superconductivity.\cite{h2s} Instead we… (More)

We outline a procedure for obtaining the electron-phonon spectral density by inversion of optical conductivity data, a process very similar in spirit to the McMillan-Rowell inversion of tunelling… (More)

We utilize an exact variational numerical procedure to calculate the ground state properties of a polaron in the presence of Rashba and linear Dresselhaus spin-orbit coupling. We find that when the… (More)

The model of hole superconductivity predicts that the superfluid weight in the zero-frequency $\delta$-function in the optical conductivity has an anomalous contribution from high frequencies, due to… (More)

- Reza Nourafkan, Frank Marsiglio, Gabriel Kotliar
- Physical review letters
- 2012

We investigate the physical properties of the Ba(1-x)K(x)BiO(3) compounds with a focus on the optical properties. Results from the simple Holstein model, describing a single band coupled to an oxygen… (More)

The double well potential is arguably one of the most important potentials in quantum mechanics, because the solution contains the notion of a state as a linear superposition of `classical' states, a… (More)

The quantum mechanical behavior of a particle in a double well defies our intuition based on classical reasoning. Not surprisingly, an asymmetry in the double well will restore results more… (More)