### Conveners

#### W-POS-H #75-79,109 Poster session (DTP) / Session d'affiches (DPT)

- Mark Walton (University of Lethbridge)

#### W-POS-H #75-79,109 Poster session (DTP) / Session d'affiches (DPT)

- Mark Walton (University of Lethbridge)

$\mathcal{N}$=4 Supersymmetric Yang-Mills (SYM) theory can be defined on a half-space with a variety of boundary conditions preserving scale invariance and half of the original supersymmetry; more general theories with the same symmetry can be obtained by coupling to a 3D SCFT at the boundary. Each of these theories is characterized by a quantity called "boundary F", conjectured to decrease...

We prove that the state created via spontaneous parametric downconversion in a two-mode lossy cavity is a squeezed thermal state. We examine the case of generation in a side-coupled ring resonator.

In the context of quantum optics, two-mode squeezed states are routinely used as a source of continuous-variable (CV) entanglement for applications in the field of quantum information [1]. They...

Molecular dynamics simulations are, in principle, numerically exact, but severely restricted with respect to the accessible time- and length-scale of the system studied. Stochastic simulations offer an alternative modeling method that overcomes these limitations. Unfortunately, the relation between the properties of the original system and the parameters used in stochastic modeling is not...

The detected spectrum in the Unruh effect is Planckian for massless fields. The reason is that the latter display a linear dispersion relation. It is also well known that for massive fields, the detected spectrum in the Unruh effect would lose its Planckian profile. Remarkably, the relativistic Doppler shift approach to the Unruh effect shows that, just like with massive fields, fields with...

An orbital free related density functional theory based on the principles of polymer self-consistent field theory is used to calculate the electron densities, bond energy, bond length and fundamental vibrational frequency of homonuclear diatomic molecules. A simple exchange-correlation functional that neglects correlations is used, and the Pauli potential is based on Edwards–Flory-Huggins...

Gravitational Wave (GW) detection from continuous sources such as pulsars is an anticipated discovery. However, due to exceedingly weak signals, detection is challenging. In this presentation, we detail the derivation of a Fourier transform of a continuous wave signal amenable for detection of the GW signal from a pulsar. We also present an easy to implement algorithm for computing peak...