Dario Poletti’s google scholar page can be found here.

Group’s list of publications

submitted papers:
  1. V. Balachandran, S.R. Clark, J. Goold, D. Poletti, “Heat current rectification and mobility edges”, (2018), (arxiv:1809.10640)
  2. V. Balachandran, G. Benenti, E. Pereira, G. Casati, D. Poletti, “Heat current rectification in segmented XXZ chains”, (2018), (arxiv:1809.01917)
  3. C. Guo, D. Poletti, “Analytical solutions for a boundary driven XY chain”, (2018), (arxiv:1807.03444)
  4. X. Xu, J. Thingna, C. Guo, D. Poletti, “Many-body open quantum systems beyond Lindblad master equations”, (2018), (arxiv:1806.09181)
  5. Y. Zheng, D. Poletti, “Irreversible Work Reduction by Disorder in Many-Body Quantum Systems”, (2018), (arxiv:1806.02555)
  6. S. Wolff, J.-S. Bernier, D. Poletti, A. Sheikhan, C. Kollath, “Evolution of two-time correlations in dissipative quantum spin systems: aging and hierarchical dynamics”, (2018), (arxiv:1809.10464)
accepted peer-reviewd papers:
  1. A. Ajoy, U. Bissbort, D. Poletti, P. Cappellaro, “Selective decoupling and Hamiltonian engineering in dipolar spin networks”, accepted in Physical Review Letters (2018), (arxiv:1710.03987)
  2. C. Guo, Z. Jie, W. Lu, D. Poletti, “Matrix Product Operators for Sequence to Sequence Learning”, Physical Review E 98, 042114 (2018), (arxiv:1803.10908)
  3. K. Choo, U. Bissbort, D. Poletti, “Oscillation and decay of particle current due to a quench and dephasing in an interacting fermionic system”, Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics 227, 313-322 (2018), (arxiv:1712.06703)
  4. X. Xu, C. Guo, D. Poletti, “Interplay of interaction and disorder in the steady state of an open quantum system”, Physical Review B 97, 140201 (2018), (arxiv:1709.08934)
  5. R.R.W. Wang, B. Xing, G.G. Carlo, D. Poletti, “Period-doubling in period-1 steady states”, Physical Review E 97, 020202 (2018), (arxiv:1708.09070)
  6. C. Guo, I. de Vega, U. Schollwöck, D. Poletti, “Stable-unstable transition for a Bose-Hubbard chain coupled to an environment”, Physical Review A 97, 053610 (2018), (arxiv:1708.01939)
  7. V. Balachandran, G. Benenti, E. Pereira, G. Casati, D. Poletti, “Perfect diode in quantum spin chains”, Physical Review Letters 120, 200603 (2018), (arxiv:1707.08823)
  8. J.-S. Bernier, R. Tan, L. Bonnes, C. Guo, D. Poletti, C. Kollath, “Remnants of light-cone propagation of correlations in dissipative systems”, Physical Review Letters 120, 020401 (2018), (arxiv:1702.04136)
  9. C. Guo, D. Poletti, “Dissipatively driven strongly interacting bosons in a gauge field”, Phys. Rev. B 96, 165409 (2017), (arxiv:1705.07633
  10. T. C. H. Liew, H. Flayac, D. Poletti, I. G. Savenko, F. P. Laussy, “Kinetic Monte Carlo Approach to Non-equilibrium Bosonic Systems”, Phys. Rev. B, 96, 125423 (2017), (arxiv:1709.06260
  11. G.G. Carlo, L. Ermann, A.M.F. Rivas, M.E. Spina, D. Poletti, “Classical counterparts of quantum attractors in generic dissipative systems”, Phys. Rev. E 95, 062202 (2017), (arxiv:1703.02559 )
  12. C. Guo, D. Poletti, “Solutions for bosonic and fermionic dissipative quadratic open systems”, Phys. Rev. A, 95, 052107 (2017), (arxiv:1609.07249 and arxiv:1609.07838)
  13. U. Bissbort, C. Teo, C. Guo, G. Casati, G. Benenti, D. Poletti, “Minimal motor for powering particle motion from spin imbalance”, Phys. Rev. E 95, 062143 (2017), (arxiv:1609.02916)
  14. C. Teo, U. Bissbort, D. Poletti, “Converting heat into directed transport on a tilted lattice”, Phys. Rev. E 95, 030102 (2017), (arxiv:1609.02294)
  15. M. Hartmann, D. Poletti, M. Ivanchenko, S. Denisov, P. Hanggi, “Asymptotic Floquet states of open quantum systems: a role of interaction”, New J. Phys. 19, 083011 (2017), (arxiv:1606.03896)
  16. C.H. Zhang, M. de la Mata, Z. Li, F.J. Belarre, J. Arbiol, K.A. Khor, D. Poletti, B.B. Zhu, Q.Y. Yan, and Q.H. Xiong, “Enhanced thermoelectric performance of solution-derived bismuth telluride based nanocomposites via liquid-phase sintering”, Nano Energy 30, 630 (2016), (link)
  17. D. Poletti, “Quantum engine cycles and shape of the trap”, Asian Journal of Physics 26, (2017), (link)
  18. U. Bissbort, W. Hofstetter, D. Poletti, “Operator-based derivation of phonon modes and characterization of correlations for trapped ions at zero and finite temperature”, Phys. Rev. B 94, 214305 (2016), (arxiv:1608.07235)
  19. Y. Zheng, S. Campbell, G. De Chiara, D. Poletti, “Cost of transitionless driving and work output”, Phys. Rev. A 94, 042132 (2016), (arxiv:1509.01882)
  20. C. Guo, D. Poletti, “Geometry of system-bath coupling and gauge fields in bosonic ladders: manipulating currents and driving phase transitions”, Phys. Rev. A 94, 033610 (2016), (arxiv:1602.08411)
  21. Y. Zheng, P. Hanggi, D. Poletti, “Occurrence of discontinuities in the performance of finite-time quantum Otto cycles”, Physical Review E 94, 012137 (2016), (arxiv:1604.00489)
  22. Z. Sun, L. Zhou, G. Xiao, D. Poletti, J. Gong, “Finite-time Landau-Zener processes and counter-diabatic driving in open systems: beyond Born, Markov and Rotating-wave approximations”, Physical Review A 93, 01212 (2016), (arxiv:1511.07695)
  23. C. Guo, M. Mukherjee, D. Poletti, “Tuning energy transport using interacting vibrational modes”, Physical Review A 92, 023637 (2015), (arxiv:1505.05942)
  24. Y. Zheng, D. Poletti, “Quantum statistics and the performance of engine cycles”, Physical Review E 92, 012110 (2015), (arxiv:1504.02183)
  25. S. Greschner, D. Huerga, G. Sun, D. Poletti, L. Santos “Density-dependent synthetic magnetism for ultra-cold atoms in optical lattices”, Physical Review B 92, 115120 (2015), (arxiv:1502.07944)
  26. B. Sciolla, D. Poletti, C. Kollath, “Two-time correlations probing the dynamics of dissipative many-body quantum systems: Aging and fast relaxation” accepted in Physical Review Letters (2015), (arxiv:1407.4939)
  27. S. Greschner, D. Poletti, L. Santos, “Density-dependent synthetic gauge fields using periodically modulated interactions”, Physical Review Letters 113, 215303 (2014), (arxiv:1311.3150)
  28. S. Greschner, L. Santos, D. Poletti, “Exploring unconventional Hubbard models with doubly modulated lattice gases”, Physical Review Letters 113, 183002 (2014), (arxiv:1407.6196)
  29. J.-S. Bernier, D. Poletti, C. Kollath, “Dissipative dynamics of fermions in optical lattices: a slave spin approach”, accepted by Physical Review B (2014), (arxiv:1407.1098)
  30. Y. Zheng, D. Poletti, “Work and efficiency of quantum Otto cycles in power-law trapping potentials”, Physical Review E 90, 012145 (2014), (arxiv:1404.3832)
  31. D. Poletti, P. Barmettler, A. Georges, C. Kollath, “Emergence of glass-like dynamics for dissipative and strongly interacting bosons”, Physical Review Letters 111, 195301 (2013), (arxiv:1212.4637)
  32. T. Uehlinger, G. Jotzu, M. Messer, D. Greif, W. Hofstetter, U. Bissbort, T. Esslinger, “Artificial graphene with tunable interactions”, Physical Review Letters 111, 185307 (2013), (arxiv:1308.4401)
  33. J.-S. Bernier, P. Barmettler, D. Poletti, C. Kollath, “Emergence of long-distance pair coherence through incoherent local environmental coupling”, Physical Review A 87, 063608 (2013), (arxiv:1211.4087)
  34. D. Poletti, J.-S. Bernier, A. Georges, C. Kollath, “Interaction-induced impeding of decoherence and anomalous diffusion”, Physical Review Letters 109, 045302 (2012), (arxiv:1203.4540)
  35. J.S. Bernier, D. Poletti, P. Barmettler, G. Roux, C. Kollath. “Slow quench dynamics of Mott-insulating regions in a trapped Bose gas”, Physical Review A 85, 033641 (2012), (arxiv:1111.4214)
  36. P. Barmettler, D. Poletti, M. Cheneau, C. Kollath, “Propagation front of correlations in an interacting Bose gas”, Physical Review A 85, 053625 (2012), (arxiv:1202.5558)
  37. M. Cheneau, P. Barmettler, D. Poletti, M. Endres, P. Schauß, T. Fukuhara, C. Gross, I. Bloch, C. Kollath, S. Kuhr “Light-cone like spreading of correlations in a quantum many-body system”, Nature481, 484 (2012), (arxiv:1111.0776)
  38. D. Poletti, C. Kollath, “Slow quench dynamics of periodically driven quantum gases”, Physical Review A 84, 013615 (2011), (arxiv:1105.0686)
  39. D. Poletti, C. Miniatura, B. Grémaud, “Topological quantum phase transition of attractive spinless fermions in a honeycomb lattice”, EuroPhysics Letters 93, 37008 (2011), (arxiv:1006.3179)
  40. G. Benenti, G. Casati, S. Denisov, S. Flach, P. Hänggi, B. Li and D. Poletti, “Comment on ‘Coherent Ratchets in Driven Bose-Einstein Condensates’”, Physical Review Letters 104, 228901 (2010), (arxiv:0912.3667)
  41. J. Abdullaev, D. Poletti, E.A. Ostrovskaya, B. Li and Y.S. Kivshar, “Controlled transport of matter waves in two-dimensional optical lattices”, Physical Review Letters 105, 090401 (2010), (arxiv:1003.0748)
  42. D. Poletti, G. Benenti, G. Casati, P. Hänggi and B. Li, “Steering Bose-Einstein condensates despite time symmetry”, Physical Review Letters 102, 130604 (2009), (arxiv:0811.3340)
  43. D. Poletti, E.A. Ostrovskaya, T.J. Alexander, B. Li and Y.S. Kivshar, “Ratchet-induced matter-wave transport and soliton collisions in Bose-Einstein condensates”, Physica D 238, 1338 (2009)
  44. D. Poletti, T.J. Alexander, E.A. Ostrovskaya, B. Li and Y.S. Kivshar, “Dynamics of Matter-Wave Solitons in a Ratchet Potential”, Physical Review Letters 101, 150403 (2008), (arxiv:0802.0085)
  45. D. Poletti, G. Benenti, G. Casati and B. Li, “Interaction-induced quantum ratchet in a Bose-Einstein condensate”, Physical Review A 76, 023421 (2007), (arxiv:cond-nat/0609535)
  46. G. Casati, D. Poletti, “Quantum ratchets for periodically kicked cold atoms and Bose-Einstein condensates”, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 67, U5 (2007)
  47. J. Gong, D. Poletti and P. Hänggi, “Dissipationless Directed Transport in Rocked Single-Band Quantum Dynamics”, Physical Review A 75, 033602 (2007), (arxiv:cond-mat/0702668)
  48. D. Poletti, G. G. Carlo and B. Li, “Current behavior of a quantum Hamiltonian ratchet in resonance”, Physical Review E 75, 011102 (2007), (arxiv:cond-mat/0606124)
  49. D. Poletti, L. Fu, J. Liu, and B. Li, “Quantum resonance and anti-resonance for a periodically kicked Bose-Einstein condensate in a one-dimensional box”, Physical Review E 73, 056203 (2006), (arxiv:cond-mat/0603362)
conference proceedings:
  1. D. Poletti, J.S. Bernier, A. Georges, C. Kollath, “Dissipative quantum systems: from two to many atoms ”, Proceedings of the Annual International Conference on Optoelectronics, Photonics & Applied Physics, (GSTF, Singapore, 2013), (arxiv:1212.4254)

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