Computer modelling of condensed-matter systems

  1. J. Bamidele, Y. Kinoshita, R. Turanský, S. H. Lee, Y. Naitoh, Y. J. Li, Y. Sugawara, I. Štich, and L. Kantorovich.
    Image formation and contrast inversion in noncontact atomic force microscopy imaging of oxidized Cu(110) surfaces.
    Physical Review B 90 (2014) 035410.

  2. J. Bamidele, S. H. Lee, Y. Kinoshita, R. Turanský, Y. Naitoh, Y. J. Li, Y. Sugawara, I. Štich, and L. Kantorovich.
    Vertical atomic manipulation with dynamic atomic-force microscopy without tip change via a multi-step mechanism.
    Nature Communications 5 (2014) 4476.

  3. M. Dubecký, R. Derian, P. Jurečka, L. Mitas, P. Hobza, and M. Otyepka.
    Quantum Monte Carlo for noncovalent interactions: An efficient protocol attaining benchmark accuracy.
    Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 16 (2014) 20915-20923.

  4. L. Horváthová, R. Derian, L. Mitas, and I. Štich.
    Quantum Monte Carlo study of one-dimensional transition metal organometallic cluster systems and their suitability as spin filters.
    Physical Review B 90 (2014) 115414.
    arXiv:1403.5411 [physics.chem-ph]

Low-dimensional Coulombic systems

  1. M. Antlanger, M. Mazars, L. Šamaj, G. Kahl, and E. Trizac.
    Taking one charge off a two-dimensional Wigner crystal.
    Molecular Physics 112 (2014) 1336-1349.
    arXiv:1401.8167 [cond-mat.soft]

  2. L. Šamaj and E. Trizac.
    The Wigner strong-coupling approach.
    In: Electrostatics of Soft and Disordered Matter, ed. by D. Dean, J. Dobnikar, A. Naji, and R. Podgornik (Pan Stanford Publishing, Singapore, 2014) 93-105.
    arXiv:1210.4032 [cond-mat.soft]

  3. L. Šamaj and E. Trizac.
    Counter-ions between or at asymmetrically charged walls: 2D free-fermion point.
    Journal of Statistical Physics 156 (2014) 932-947.
    arXiv:1406.6621 [cond-mat.stat-mech]

Transport processes in quasi one-dimensional systems

  1. P. Kalinay.
    Rectification of confined diffusion driven by a sinusoidal force.
    Physical Review E 89 (2014) 042123.

  2. P. Kalinay.
    Effective diffusion coefficient in 2D periodic channels.
    Journal of Chemical Physics 141 (2014) 144101 [erratum: Journal of Chemical Physics 141 (2014) 169902].

  3. P. Kalinay.
    Effective transport equations in quasi 1D systems.
    European Physical Journal Special Topics 223 (2014) 3027-3043.

Security and efficiency in quantum information processing

  1. J. Bouda, M. Pawlowski, M. Pivoluska, and M. Plesch.
    Device-independent randomness extraction from an arbitrarily weak min-entropy source.
    Physical Review A 90 (2014) 032313.
    arXiv:1402.0974 [quant-ph]

  2. J. Bouda, M. Pawlowski, M. Pivoluska, and M. Plesch.
    Device-independent randomness extraction for arbitrarily weak min-entropy source.
    In: Proc. 9th Conf. on the Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication and Cryptography (TQC’14), ed. S. T. Flammia and A. W. Harrow (Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics, Dagstuhl Publishing, Schloss Dagstuhl) 205-211.

  3. M. Plesch, O. Dahlsten, J. Goold, and V. Vedral.
    Maxwell's daemon: Information versus particle statistics.
    Scientific Reports (Nature) 4 (2014) 6995.

  4. M. Plesch and M. Pivoluska.
    Device-independent randomness amplification with a single device.
    Physics Letters A 378 (2014) 2938–2944.
    arXiv:1305.0990 [quant-ph]

Quantum field theory in light front variables

  1. Ľ. Martinovič.
    Solvable models in the conventional and light-front field theory: Recent progress.
    Few Body Systems 55 (2014) 527-534.

  2. Ľ. Martinovič.
    A consistent hamiltonian treatment of the Thirring-Wess and Schwinger model in the covariant gauge.
    Nuclear Physics B (Proc. Suppl.) 251-252 (2014) 93-98.

Lattice QCD

  1. J. Greensite and Š. Olejník.
    Numerical study of the Yang-Mills vacuum wave functional in D=3+1 dimensions.
    Physical Review D 89 (2014) 034504.
    arXiv:1310.6706 [hep-lat]