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This study investigated the manipulation of a charge qubit by simulation for purpose of quantum computing. The charge qubit was constructed by modeling with InAs/GaAs double quantum dots (DQDs) based on sp3s* empirical tight-binding calculation. The manipulation concerned the evolution of the charge qubit, such as the state dynamics under the electric field pulses, and the leakage of...

Scroll waves are three-dimensional excitation waves, generally observed in many excitable media. The occurrence of electrical scroll waves in hearts causes some cardiac arrhythmia. Freely rotating scroll waves often drift and annihilate when they hit the boundary. In contrast, scroll waves pinned to unexcitable obstacles (e.g., blood vessel or scars) are discovered to appear last longer. The...

We have implemented a computer code to perform quantum molecular dynamics (QMD) simulation. The motion of nuclei are treated with Newton’s 2nd law of motion; whereas the electrons are treated quantum mechanically using Hartree-Fock approximation. The code has been applied to study how an atom is encapsulated by fullerene (C60). A helium atom is placed 3 Angstrom away from the C60 cage. An...

We have implemented a computer code to perform quantum molecular dynamics (QMD) simulation. The motion of nuclei are treated with Newton’s 2nd law of motion; whereas the electrons are treated quantum mechanically using Hartree-Fock approximation. The code has been applied to study a small cluster of water molecules, consisting of 28 H2O. The simulated radial distribution function is then...

We investigate the interference of two photons in an optical gating Michelson interferometer both theoretically and experimentally. Theoretically, the phenomenon is studied using two different representations of photons, the space-time domain and a step-by-step two-photon state evolution. Both representations lead to identical results. The evolution analysis describes the result by the...

Localization of relativistic particles has been of great research interest

over many decades. We investigate the time evolution of a Gaussian wave

packet governed by the one dimensional Dirac equation. The research

methodology consists of analytical approach and numerical simulations

employing the Chebyshev polynomial expansion of the propagation

operator. For the free...