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MINTERT F, CARVALHO A, KUS M, BUCHLEITNER Aet al., 2005, Measures and dynamics of entangled states, Physics Reports, Vol: 415, Pages: 207-259, ISSN: 0370-1573

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Mintert F, Buchleitner A, 2005, Concurrence of quasipure quantum states, Physical Review A, Vol: 72, ISSN: 1050-2947

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Fine B, Mintert F, Buchleitner A, 2005, Equilibrium entanglement vanishes at finite temperature, Physical Review B, Vol: 71, ISSN: 1098-0121

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Carvalho ARR, Mintert F, Buchleitner A, 2004, Decoherence and Multipartite Entanglement, Physical Review Letters, Vol: 93, ISSN: 0031-9007

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Mintert F, Kuś M, Buchleitner A, 2004, Concurrence of Mixed Bipartite Quantum States in Arbitrary Dimensions, Physical Review Letters, Vol: 92, ISSN: 0031-9007

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Mintert F, Życzkowski K, 2004, Wehrl entropy, Lieb conjecture, and entanglement monotones, Physical Review A, Vol: 69, ISSN: 1050-2947

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Mintert F, Wunderlich C, 2001, Ion-Trap Quantum Logic Using Long-Wavelength Radiation, Physical Review Letters, Vol: 87, ISSN: 0031-9007

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Zhao H, Vovrosh J, Mintert F, Knolle Jet al., Quantum Many-Body Scars in Optical Lattices

The concept of quantum many-body scars has recently been put forward as aroute to describe weak ergodicity breaking and violation of the EigenstateThermalization Hypothesis. We propose a simple setup to generate quantummany-body scars in a doubly modulated Bose-Hubbard system which can be readilyimplemented in cold atomic gases. The dynamics are shown to be governed bykinetic constraints which appear via density assisted tunneling in ahigh-frequency expansion. We find the optimal driving parameters for thekinetically constrained hopping which leads to small isolated subspaces ofscared eigenstates. The experimental signatures and the transition to fullythermalizing behavior as a function of driving frequency are analyzed.

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Dive B, Koukoulekidis N, Mousafeiris S, Mintert Fet al., Characterization of multilevel quantum coherence without ideal measurements, Publisher: American Physical Society (APS)

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