Communications Physics (2022)

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Viscoelastic phase separation in biological cells Featured Deployed measurement-device independent quantum key distribution and Bell-state measurements coexisting with standard internet data and networking equipment Concurrence percolation threshold of large-scale quantum networks Ultrafast relaxation of acoustic and optical phonons in a topological nodal-line semimetal ZrSiS Reassigning the shapes of the 0+ states in the 186Pb nucleus Announcements Journal Metrics Our Focus Collection of Quantum Space Communication Ankit Disa is our reviewer of the month of September Browse articles Topological soliton metacrystals Laboratory observation of plasmoid-dominated magnetic reconnection in hybrid collisional-collisionless regime Downbeat delays are a key component of swing in jazz High cooperativity coupling to nuclear spins on a circuit quantum electrodynamics architecture An anomalous topological phase transition in spatial random graphs Holographic cone of average entropies Corrugation-driven symmetry breaking in magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene Skyrmion motion and partitioning of domain wall velocity driven by repulsive interactions Direct observation of mass-dependent collisionless energy transfer via Landau and transit-time damping Collections Editor's Highlights - Communications Physics Trending - Altmetric Downbeat delays are a key component of swing in jazz The impact of travel and timing in eliminating COVID-19 Three-body bound states in antiferromagnetic spin ladders High cooperativity coupling to nuclear spins on a circuit quantum electrodynamics architecture Events Jobs FAQs Videos
Communications Physics (1)

Viscoelastic phase separation in biological cells

  • Hajime Tanaka

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  • Communications Physics (2)

    Deployed measurement-device independent quantum key distribution and Bell-state measurements coexisting with standard internet data and networking equipment

    Quantum key distribution (QKD) for information-theoretic secure distribution of cryptographic keys is one of the best known applications that will be enabled by the Quantum Internet. Here, the authors deploy the protocol of measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution into a realistic network environment, testing its field performances and showing the co-existing of this QKD protocol and the classical network infrastructure.

    • Remon C. Berrevoets
    • Thomas Middelburg
    • Joshua A. Slater

    Article Open Access

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    Concurrence percolation threshold of large-scale quantum networks

    The move to the quantum internet demands developments in communication networks that are based on quantum entanglement. The authors discuss the phenomenon of entanglement percolation in a quantum network presenting solutions to significantly accelerate the intensive computation effort involved in the process.

    • Omar Malik
    • Xiangyi Meng
    • Jianxi Gao

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    Ultrafast relaxation of acoustic and optical phonons in a topological nodal-line semimetal ZrSiS

    Topological nodal line semimetals are characterised by band crossings along a line, or closed loop inside, of the Brillouin zone and belong to a larger family of topological semimetals. Here, using time-resolved angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy, the authors investigate the ultrafast relaxation dynamics in the bulk nodal line state of one such material, ZrSiS, elucidating the role of optical and acoustic phonon cooling.

    • Yangyang Liu
    • Gyanendra Dhakal
    • Madhab Neupane

    Article Open Access

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    Reassigning the shapes of the 0+ states in the 186Pb nucleus

    The authors study an interesting phenomena of shape coexistence in 186Pb. In an elegant and well-documented experiment, they confirm the coexistence of the three 0+ states in the 186Pb nucleus and reassign the shapes associated with the excited 0+ states.

    • Joonas Ojala
    • Janne Pakarinen
    • Robert Wadsworth

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    Topological soliton metacrystals

    Topological photonics and time crystals push frontiers of modern physics and promise a host of applications. Here, we report the bandgap structure and topological properties of the soliton trains in Kerr microresonators.

    • Zhiwei Fan
    • Danila N. Puzyrev
    • Dmitry V. Skryabin

    Article Open Access

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    Laboratory observation of plasmoid-dominated magnetic reconnection in hybrid collisional-collisionless regime

    Magnetic reconnection drives the ejection of plasmas during solar flares through changes in the magnetic fields. Here, the authors use a laboratory-based experiment to create magnetic reconnection in a regime in which the plasma on one side of the reconnection is in a strongly collisional state, while it is weakly-collisional or collisionless on the other.

    • Zhonghai Zhao
    • Honghai An
    • Bin Qiao

    Article Open Access

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    Downbeat delays are a key component of swing in jazz

    To which extent and how do jazz musicians synchronize their timing to create swing? By analyzing jazz musical recordings and carrying out psychoacoustical experiments, the authors tackle a long-standing controversial question and find that microtiming deviations in the form of downbeat delays are a key component of swing in jazz.

    • Corentin Nelias
    • Eva Marit Sturm
    • Theo Geisel

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    High cooperativity coupling to nuclear spins on a circuit quantum electrodynamics architecture

    Superconducting hybrid systems are becoming an increasingly important platform to conduct investigations in the field of quantum information processing. Here, the authors report a highly cooperative coupling between the nuclear spin of an Yb(III) molecular complex with a superconducting microwave resonator achieving a large hyperfine-mediated coupling between a resonator mode and the nuclear spin that could be used for the realization and readout of qudits.

    • Victor Rollano
    • Marina C. de Ory
    • Fernando Luis

    Article Open Access

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    An anomalous topological phase transition in spatial random graphs

    The Berezinskii, Kosterlitz, and Thouless (BKT) model shows that there are finite temperature phase transitions driven not by symmetry breaking, but rather by topological defects such as vortices. The authors show that a transition occurring in a general class of sparse space random networks model is topological in nature with no broken symmetry

    • Jasper van der Kolk
    • M. Ángeles Serrano
    • Marián Boguñá

    Article Open Access

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    Holographic cone of average entropies

    Holographic duality, which relates systems with and without gravity, suggests that quantum entanglement is essential for understanding gravitational phenomena on a fundamental level. The authors conjecture an infinite set of necessary conditions for a quantum state, which can holographically describe a semiclassical gravitational spacetime, and relate those conditions to properties of evaporating black holes.

    • Bartłomiej Czech
    • Sirui Shuai

    Article Open Access

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    Corrugation-driven symmetry breaking in magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene

    Twisted bilayer graphene exhibits superconductivity and other electronic phenomena such as flat bands at specific orientations between the layers; however, the origins of the resulting electronic structure are complex. Here, the authors show theoretically that corrugation in the bilayer system can result in partial filling of the flat bands, which has important implications for the exotic electronic properties that are observed.

    • Tawfiqur Rakib
    • Pascal Pochet
    • Harley T. Johnson

    Article Open Access

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    Skyrmion motion and partitioning of domain wall velocity driven by repulsive interactions

    Skyrmions are swirling magnetic textures useful for low power-consumption computer memories, but better means, preferably magnetic, are required to control their motion. Here, the authors use micromagnetic simulations to show that moving the walls between magnetic domains with an applied field can also displace skyrmions due to their repulsion.

    • Xiangjun Xing
    • Yan Zhou

    Article Open Access

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    Direct observation of mass-dependent collisionless energy transfer via Landau and transit-time damping

    Landau damping and transit-time damping are known resonant wave-particle interactions in which energy is transferred from the wave to ions or electrons in the plasma. The authors study collisionless energy transfer in a plasma of deuterium and carbon atoms, observing that more energy is transferred to the heavier carbon ions, suggestive of a mass-dependence in the process.

    • Katsumi Ida
    • Tatsuya Kobayashi
    • Yuto Katoh

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FAQs

What is the meaning of communication physics? ›

Communication physics is one of the applied branches of physics. It deals with various kinds of communication systems.

Is Communications physics A good journal? ›

According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2021 impact factor of 6.497, ranking it 16th out of 86 journals in the category "Physics, Multidisciplinary".

How is physics applied in communication? ›

Physics allows us to understand the electromagnetic radiation we use to transmit data with fiber optics and satellites and to build computers that interpret those signals and transmit data on the Internet.

What is the impact factor of communications biology? ›

What do communications engineers do? ›

What is a communications engineer? Communications engineers support the systems that transfer information from one place to another. Communications engineers work in many areas, including telecommunications, internet technology, computer systems, networking, broadband technology and radio communications.

What are the 5 types of communication systems? ›

Different Types of Communication Systems
  • Optical Communication System. The word “Optical” stands for light. ...
  • Radio Communication System. In the radio communication system the information flows with the help of a radio. ...
  • Duplex communications system. ...
  • Half Duplex Communication System. ...
  • Tactical Communication System.

What is the impact factor of PRB? ›

Is 2D materials a good journal? ›

The overall rank of 2D Materials is 1241. According to SCImago Journal Rank (SJR), this journal is ranked 2.006. SCImago Journal Rank is an indicator, which measures the scientific influence of journals.

Is Physical Review research a good journal? ›

The world's premier physics review journal, RMP maintains its #1 rank as the highest-impact journal among all titles in the Physics, Multidisciplinary category.

Is telecommunication a physics? ›

Answer : The Telecommunication Engineering Degree Curriculum has a lot of Physics and Maths. Mathematics is done from Day 1 till the last day of the 3 year program.

What is the role of physics in technology? ›

Physics generates fundamental knowledge needed for the future technological advances that will continue to drive the economic engines of the world and contributes to the technological infrastructure and to the skills needed to take advantage of scientific advances and discoveries.

What is the physics behind wireless technology? ›

The transmitter takes information like audio or video, encodes it into a sine function, and transmits the function into the air in the form of an electromagnetic wave. The receiver detects the wave and decodes the data. Antennas are used by transmitters to transmit waves and also by receivers to detect them.

Is Communications Biology A Nature journal? ›

Communications Biology is an open access journal from Nature Portfolio publishing high-quality research, reviews and commentary in all areas of the biological sciences. Research papers published by the journal represent significant advances bringing new biological insight to a specialized area of research.

Is Nature Communications biology a good journal? ›

According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2021 impact factor of 6.548, ranking it 15th out of 94 journals in the category "Biology".

What is communication in biology? ›

Communication is when one animal transmits information to another animal causing some kind of change in the animal that gets the information. Communication is usually between animals of a single species, but it can also happen between two animals of different species.

Is Communication Engineering hard? ›

ECE is actually one of the toughest branch in engineering but it depends on you whether it is hard or easy to study. So if you are really interested in Electronics and communication then it will be easy for you to study. But if you are not interested then the harder subjects of ECE will be a nightmare to you.

Is Communication Engineering a good career? ›

There is a great deal of growth in the field of electronics and communication engineering because there are so many new products that come out every year. The positive outlook for future engineers is great as well because the field offers more job opportunities.

Which type of engineering has highest salary? ›

10 Highest Paying Engineering Jobs
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  • Industrial Engineer. ...
  • Biomedical Engineer. ...
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What are the 7 types of communication? ›

According to the seven Cs, communication needs to be: clear, concise, concrete, correct, coherent, complete and courteous.

What are the 3 methods of communication? ›

When communication occurs, it typically happens in one of three ways: verbal, nonverbal and visual.

What are the 4 modes of communication? ›

4 Types of Communication: Verbal, Non-verbal, Written, Visual.

Is PRB a Q1 journal? ›

Physical Review B is a journal covering the technologies/fields/categories related to Condensed Matter Physics (Q1); Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials (Q1).

Is Physical Review A Q1? ›

Physical Review A is a journal covering the technologies/fields/categories related to Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics (Q1). It is published by American Physical Society.

Is Physical Review Letters a good journal? ›

As also confirmed by various measurement standards, which include the Journal Citation Reports impact factor and the journal h-index proposed by Google Scholar, many physicists and other scientists consider Physical Review Letters to be one of the most prestigious journals in the field of physics.

How many 2D materials are there? ›

Classification and Atomic Structures. The 2D material family has extended to more than one thousand members based on theoretical predictions. To date, tens of these materials have been synthesized experimentally.

Why are 2D materials important? ›

2D materials have exceptional biochemical optical sensing properties. First, due to the atomic-thin layer structure and large surface area, they are excellent substrates for adsorption of biomolecules via π–π stacking.

What are the applications of 2D materials? ›

By exploiting the unique mechanical and mechanoelectric transduction properties, 2D materials can be used in wide-ranging applications, including flexible electronics, strain sensors, nanogenerators, and innovative nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS).

Is Physical Review research SCI? ›

Physical Review is a peer-reviewed scientific journal established in 1893 by Edward Nichols. It publishes original research as well as scientific and literature reviews on all aspects of physics. It is published by the American Physical Society (APS).

What is the impact factor of Physical Review A? ›

Is Physical Review research open access? ›

Physical Review Research (PRResearch) is a fully open access, peer-reviewed journal welcoming the full spectrum of research topics of interest to the physics community and offering authors and readers the Physical Review experience and quality they value and trust.

How does physics related to transportation? ›

Cars rely on the laws of Physics to operate. Without natural forces like inertia, gravity, friction and energy, it would not be possible to start, move, stop or change the direction of the car. The design of the car is also able to influence the interaction of these forces with the car.

Why is physics so hard? ›

Answer: Physics demands problem-solving skills that can be developed only with practice. It also involves theoretical concepts, mathematical calculations and laboratory experiments that adds to the challenging concepts.

What Jobs is physics good for? ›

Common job titles for physics and engineering physics bachelor's degree recipients include:
  • Accelerator Operator.
  • Applications Engineer.
  • Data Analyst.
  • Design Engineer.
  • High School Physics Teacher.
  • IT Consultant.
  • Lab Technician.
  • Laser Engineer.

What is the future scope of physics? ›

Researcher: Candidates who hold a BSc physics degree can apply for researcher or scientist posts at top organizations in India like DRDO, BARC, ISRO, NTPC, BHEL, etc. Technician: Various private organizations hire candidates with a BSc Physics degree for technical support/ Technician jobs.

How is electromagnetism used in communication? ›

Radio waves are used for wireless transmission of sound messages, or information, for communication, as well as for maritime and aircraft navigation. The information is imposed on the electromagnetic carrier wave as amplitude modulation (AM) or as frequency modulation (FM) or in digital form (pulse modulation).

What is the principle of wireless communication? ›

Radio signals arrive through the air as fluctuations in the electromagnetic field of a radio wave. This induces a fluctuating electrical current to flow in the antenna. These fluctuations are detected and translated into data.

Is telecommunication A physics? ›

Answer : The Telecommunication Engineering Degree Curriculum has a lot of Physics and Maths. Mathematics is done from Day 1 till the last day of the 3 year program.

How physics is used in transportation? ›

Cars rely on the laws of Physics to operate. Without natural forces like inertia, gravity, friction and energy, it would not be possible to start, move, stop or change the direction of the car. The design of the car is also able to influence the interaction of these forces with the car.

What is the importance of physics? ›

Physics helps us to understand how the world around us works, from can openers, light bulbs and cell phones to muscles, lungs and brains; from paints, piccolos and pirouettes to cameras, cars and cathedrals; from earthquakes, tsunamis and hurricanes to quarks, DNA and black holes.

How is physics related to technology? ›

Physics generates fundamental knowledge needed for the future technological advances that will continue to drive the economic engines of the world. Physics contributes to the technological infrastructure and provides trained personnel needed to take advantage of scientific advances and discoveries.

What Jobs is physics good for? ›

Common job titles for physics and engineering physics bachelor's degree recipients include:
  • Accelerator Operator.
  • Applications Engineer.
  • Data Analyst.
  • Design Engineer.
  • High School Physics Teacher.
  • IT Consultant.
  • Lab Technician.
  • Laser Engineer.

What are some examples of physics in everyday life? ›

Not every student will grow up and study physics on a deeper level, but everyone uses basic physics concepts to navigate everyday life.
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Heat – Stove
  • Roasting melty s'mores over a fire.
  • Ironing flat the wrinkles out of a shirt.
  • Wet clothes are dried with the hot air of the dryer.
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Why is physics so hard? ›

Answer: Physics demands problem-solving skills that can be developed only with practice. It also involves theoretical concepts, mathematical calculations and laboratory experiments that adds to the challenging concepts.

Is physics easy or hard? ›

Students and researchers alike have long understood that physics is challenging. But only now have scientists managed to prove it. It turns out that one of the most common goals in physics—finding an equation that describes how a system changes over time—is defined as "hard" by computer theory.

Who is the father of physics? ›

Newton, Galileo and Einstein have all been called "Fathers of Modern Physics." Newton was called this because of his famous law of motion and gravitation, Galileo for his role in the scientific revolution and his contributions on observational astronomy, and Einstein for his groundbreaking theory of relativity.

What is the future scope of physics? ›

Researcher: Candidates who hold a BSc physics degree can apply for researcher or scientist posts at top organizations in India like DRDO, BARC, ISRO, NTPC, BHEL, etc. Technician: Various private organizations hire candidates with a BSc Physics degree for technical support/ Technician jobs.

What is physics technology? ›

Technology is the application of various laws of physics,doctrine of physics for practical applications. Practical applications of physics and other branches have played a wonderful role in improving the standards of life.

What physics is used in robotics? ›

2, where MARRtino robot and other tools (including another mobile robot) are used to demonstrate different effects of Newtonian physics, such as inertia, friction, relative motions, etc.

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