Communications Physics (2022)

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Inferring the size of a collective of self-propelled Vicsek particles from the random motion of a single unit Featured Universal constraint on nonlinear population dynamics Sub-Gbps key rate four-state continuous-variable quantum key distribution within metropolitan area Probing topological Floquet states in WSe2 using circular dichroism in time- and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy Dissipative discrete time crystals in a pump-modulated Kerr microcavity Announcements Journal Metrics Meet our new Editorial Board Members Aanjaneya Kumar is our reviewer of the month in August See our Collection on Microresonator Frequency Combs Browse articles Millimetre-scale magnetocardiography of living rats with thoracotomy Quantum chemical insights into hexaboride electronic structures: correlations within the boron p-orbital subsystem Nonreciprocal and chiral single-photon scattering for giant atoms Reassigning the shapes of the 0+ states in the 186Pb nucleus Towards phase-stabilized Fourier domain mode-locked frequency combs Connecting Hodge and Sakaguchi-Kuramoto through a mathematical framework for coupled oscillators on simplicial complexes Non-resonant exceptional points as enablers of noise-resilient sensors Ferroelectricity modulates polaronic coupling at multiferroic interfaces An inhibited laser Collections Editor's Highlights - Communications Physics Trending - Altmetric The role of bot squads in the political propaganda on Twitter Millimetre-scale magnetocardiography of living rats with thoracotomy Reassigning the shapes of the 0+ states in the 186Pb nucleus Connecting Hodge and Sakaguchi-Kuramoto through a mathematical framework for coupled oscillators on simplicial complexes Events Jobs FAQs Videos
Communications Physics (1)

Inferring the size of a collective of self-propelled Vicsek particles from the random motion of a single unit

  • Pietro De Lellis
  • Maurizio Porfiri

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  • Communications Physics (2)

    Universal constraint on nonlinear population dynamics

    In evolutionary theory, Fisher’s fundamental theorem of natural selection establishes a simple relation between the variance of the growth rate and the temporal increase in the average growth rate. Here, the authors extend the theorem based on statistical physics and information theory and show that the speed in dynamical systems describing nonlinear population dynamics is bounded by Fisher information with universal limit exponents only depending on the kind of bifurcation and not on the specific systems.

    • Kyosuke Adachi
    • Ryosuke Iritani
    • Ryusuke Hamazaki

    Article Open Access

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    Sub-Gbps key rate four-state continuous-variable quantum key distribution within metropolitan area

    With the continuous development of metropolitan broadband and network, the need of secure and faster transmission also increases. The authors demonstrate a single-carrier four-state continuous-variable quantum key distribution (CVQKD) with sub-Gbps key rate within metropolitan area and secure transmissions up to 25 km

    • Heng Wang
    • Yang Li
    • Bingjie Xu

    Article Open Access

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    Probing topological Floquet states in WSe2 using circular dichroism in time- and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy

    Direct observation of light-induced topological Floquet states can be challenging due to a number of obstacles such as laser-assisted photoemission which can complicate photoemission spectra. Here, the authors report a theoretical approach to the identification of topological Floquet states using circular dichroism in angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy.

    • Michael Schüler
    • Samuel Beaulieu

    Article Open Access

  • Communications Physics (5)

    Dissipative discrete time crystals in a pump-modulated Kerr microcavity

    Discrete time crystals are a new state of matter emerging via spontaneous discrete translational symmetry breaking in time. The authors demonstrate that a dissipative discrete time crystal appears in an optical microcavity pumped by a phase-modulated continuous wave laser, offering a new route to study this exotic crystal phase.

    (Video) Introducing Communications Physics

    • Hossein Taheri
    • Andrey B. Matsko
    • Krzysztof Sacha

    Article Open Access

Announcements

  • Communications Physics (6)

    Journal Metrics

    Communications Physics has a 2-year impact factor: 6.497 (2021), article downloads of 819,673 (2021) and 7 days from submission to the first editorial decision.

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    Meet our new Editorial Board Members

    We are very excited to announce that Dr Chia Wei Hsu, Prof Daniele Margarone, Prof Markus Raschke, Prof Michael Schaub and Dr Martin Stolterfoht have joined the editorial board of the journal.

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    Aanjaneya Kumar is our reviewer of the month in August

    Even though still working to complete his PhD, Mr Kumar quickly provided an in-depth assessment that included useful ideas for improving and expanding the paper.

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    See our Collection on Microresonator Frequency Combs

    Check out the first few papers of our Focus Collection on Microresonator Frequency Combs: New Horizons. More are soon to follow, so watch this space!

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  • Communications Physics (10)

    Millimetre-scale magnetocardiography of living rats with thoracotomy

    Causes of heart failure can be investigated by tracing imperfections in electrical current propagation on the millimetre scale; however, the spatial resolution of current magnetocardiograph methods are limited to the centimetre-scale. Here, the authors report a millimetre-scale nitrogen vacancy-based quantum sensing to measure the magnetic field generated by the heart of a living rat, from which the cardiac electrical currents can be extrapolated.

    • Keigo Arai
    • Akihiro Kuwahata
    • Takayuki Iwasaki

    Article Open Access

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    Quantum chemical insights into hexaboride electronic structures: correlations within the boron p-orbital subsystem

    The hexaborides are a family of materials that exhibit an exotic range of low-temperature properties the physics of which is still under debate. Here, the authors adopt ab initio multi-configurational wavefunction theory to investigate the strong correlations of p-electrons in CaB6 and YbB6 and making a comparison with resonant inelastic x-ray scattering data.

    • Thorben Petersen
    • Ulrich K. Rößler
    • Liviu Hozoi
    (Video) P13.3 Communications

    Article Open Access

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    Nonreciprocal and chiral single-photon scattering for giant atoms

    Giant atoms coupled to their environment at multiple locations, give rise to unconventional physics not seen with standard atomic systems. In this work, the authors explore the nonreciprocity of giant atoms and propose a scheme of a three-level giant atom coupled to waveguides providing nonreciprocal and chiral scattering which could be used to build efficient single-photon targeted routers and circulators.

    • Yao-Tong Chen
    • Lei Du
    • Jin-Hui Wu

    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

    Article Open Access

  • Communications Physics (14)

    Towards phase-stabilized Fourier domain mode-locked frequency combs

    Fourier domain mode-locked lasers provide coherent, wavelength swept light useful for imaging applications, but the phase relation between frequencies is not understood. Here, experimental and numerical data is presented that suggests a fixed phase relation and comb-like structure of the sweep.

    • Christin Grill
    • Torben Blömker
    • Robert Huber

    Article Open Access

  • Communications Physics (15)

    Connecting Hodge and Sakaguchi-Kuramoto through a mathematical framework for coupled oscillators on simplicial complexes

    Synchronization dynamics in the presence of higher order interactions is well represented through variations of the Kuramoto model and subject of current interest. Here, the authors study and characterize the behavior of the simplicial Kuramoto model with weights on any simplices and in the presence of linear and nonlinear frustration, defined as the simplicial Sakaguchi-Kuramoto model.

    • Alexis Arnaudon
    • Robert L. Peach
    • Paul Expert

    Article Open Access

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    Non-resonant exceptional points as enablers of noise-resilient sensors

    Sensing schemes based on exceptional point degeneracies in the resonant spectrum of non-Hermitian systems have been recently criticized for being susceptible to various sources of noise and structural imperfections. Here, the authors study non-resonant exceptional point degeneracies in the spectrum of transfer matrices of periodic structures, based on which passive sensors with enhanced noise resilience are then proposed.

    • William Tuxbury
    • Rodion Kononchuk
    • Tsampikos Kottos

    Article Open Access

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    Ferroelectricity modulates polaronic coupling at multiferroic interfaces

    A deeper understanding of the coupling at the interface of multiferroics heterostructures is being achieved by the use of synchrotron radiation techniques. Here, the authors use k-resolved soft X-ray photoemission spectroscopy and first principles calculations to investigate the band structure of several multiferroic heterostructures, isolating the distinct signature of the interface.

    • Marius Adrian Husanu
    • Dana Georgeta Popescu
    • Vladimir N. Strocov

    Article Open Access

  • Communications Physics (18)

    An inhibited laser

    Lasers in general are operated using a cavity resonant with emitters. In this study, the authors demonstrated a laser operating under an anti-resonant condition, where the emitter resonance is equally detuned from two Fabry–Perot fringes. This configuration may pave the way for reducing the laser linewidth and cavity pulling effect.

    • Tiantian Shi
    • Duo Pan
    • Jingbiao Chen

    Article Open Access

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Editor's Highlights - Communications Physics

Editors' picks from 2022Cover art by Markus Ternes10.1038/s42005-021-00601-8

  • Elena Belsole

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Events

  • 4th Growth Factors in Regeneration and Regenerative Medicine Conference

    Fiesta Americana,

  • EMBO | EMBL Symposium The complex life of RNA

    EMBL Advanced Training Centre

  • 10th International Multithematic Bio-Medical Congress (IMBMC) Scientific Cyprus

    The venue of the congress is the Cultural Center of School of Medicine, European University Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus

  • Cell–Cell Communication in Bacteria: Fundamental and Applied Aspects

    Robinson College

  • EMBO | EMBL Symposium: The neurovascular interface

    EMBL Advanced Training Centre

Jobs

  • 65449: Physicist, mathematician, computer scientist or engineer or similar with a specialization in the field of AI and quantum computing or quantum machine learning (f/m/x) - Safety and Security by Design

    German Aerospace Center (DLR)

    Ulm, Germany

  • IBPT 02-2022 Master thesis: Multiobjective Bayesian optimization of the KARA injection process

    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

    Karlsruhe, Germany

  • Staff Scientist @ The Laboratory of Tumor Inflammation and Angiogenesis

    Flanders Institute for Biotechnology (VIB)

    Leuven, Belgium

  • 65156: Engineer Electrical Engineering, Automation Technology, Information and Communication Technology or similar (f/m/x) - Electronics Development, Test, and Verification of Guidance, Navigation and Control Systems for Space Applications

    German Aerospace Center (DLR)

    Bremen, Germany

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  • Assistant Professor (Sustainable Solutions for Materials Production and Manufacturing)

    The University of British Columbia (UBC)

    Vancouver, Canada

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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.

What is the importance of physics 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 is the impact factor of nature physics? ›

What are the 5 types of communication systems? ›

The five types of communication you need to know about are verbal communication, nonverbal communication, written communication, visual communication, and listening.
  • Verbal Communication. ...
  • Nonverbal Communication. ...
  • Written Communication. ...
  • Visual Communication. ...
  • Listening.

What is the role of physics in technology? ›

Physics is the most fundamental of all the sciences and has a wide range of applications to modern technologies. The importance of physics in modern technology can be recognized because it enables mobile devices, computers, televisions, watches, and many other modern technologies to operate in an automated manner.

How is physics related to technology? ›

Solution : Physics is the study of nature and natural phenomena. Technology is the implying these laws of physics for practical purposes . For example , optical fibres are based on total internal reflection. Rocket launches can be explained by Newton.

What is the latest technology in physics? ›

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  • Full Control of a Six-Qubit Quantum Processor in Silicon. ...
  • Extreme Nonlinear Wave Group Dynamics in Directional Wave States. ...
  • New Light for Shaping Electron Beams. ...
  • New Algorithm for Reconstructing Particles at the Large Hadron Collider. ...
  • Scalable and Fully Coupled Quantum-Inspired Processor Solves Optimization Problems.

What is a good impact factor? ›

In most fields, the impact factor of 10 or greater is considered an excellent score while 3 is flagged as good and the average score is less than 1.

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.

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".

Is Nature Physics good journal? ›

Insight on complex optics

Nature Physics is a Transformative Journal; authors can publish using the traditional publishing route OR via immediate gold Open Access.

Is Nature Physics peer reviewed? ›

Nature Physics, is a monthly, peer reviewed, scientific journal published by the Nature Publishing Group. It was first published in October 2005 (volume 1, issue 1).

What are the 4 modes of communication? ›

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

What are the 4 main types of communication? ›

There are four basic communication styles: passive, aggressive, passive-aggressive and assertive. It's important to understand each communication style, and why individuals use them.

How can I improve communication skill? ›

There are specific things to do that can improve your communication skills:
  1. Listen, listen, and listen. ...
  2. Who you are talking to matters. ...
  3. Body language matters. ...
  4. Check your message before you hit send. ...
  5. Be brief, yet specific. ...
  6. Write things down. ...
  7. Sometimes it's better to pick up the phone. ...
  8. Think before you speak.

What are the two main forms of communication? ›

Generally, there are two forms of communication, the commonly known verbal communication which uses sounds or spoken language to relay messages and the non-verbal communication which will be discussed throughout the essay.

What are the 6 types of communication? ›

The six types of communication are oral, interpersonal, nonverbal, written, visual, and listening. Oral includes any spoken speech and interpersonal involves verbal and nonverbal communication.

What are the 7 branches of physics? ›

Contents
  • 1 Classical mechanics.
  • 2 Thermodynamics and statistical mechanics.
  • 3 Electromagnetism and photonics.
  • 4 Relativistic mechanics.
  • 5 Quantum mechanics, atomic physics, and molecular physics.
  • 6 Optics and acoustics.
  • 7 Condensed matter physics.
  • 8 High-energy particle physics and nuclear physics.

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? ›

An advanced degree like an M.Sc. or a PhD opens up a wide variety of career opportunities. Some popular job roles include physics professor, physicist, research scientist, biophysicist, natural science expert, research faculty, subject-matter expert and nanotechnologist. These jobs are sought after and well paid.

What are the roles of physics in technology and society? ›

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 physics is used in robotics? ›

Robotics include numerous challenges for applied physics, ranging from static mechanics in the construction of the robot's body, over kinematics to analyzing the data of sensors or building new sensors for a specific task.

What is the relationship between physics technology and society? ›

Physics tells the society about natural phenomena, energy laws and basic tech knowledge whereas technology helps the society practically by making their life easier. This article deals with how the three of them are interrelated and interdependent.

Do time crystals exist? ›

Lazarides acknowledged that the current experiments with time crystals are far from any practical applications, whatever they might be, but the chance to learn more about quantum mechanics is invaluable. Time crystals are “something that doesn't actually exist in nature,” he said.

What was the biggest discovery in physics? ›

Here are the thirteen discoveries:
  • The Law of Falling Bodies (1604)
  • Universal Gravitation (1666)
  • Laws of Motion (1687)
  • The Second Law of Thermodynamics (1824 - 1850)
  • Electromagnetism (1807 - 1873)
  • Special Relativity (1905)
  • E = mc^2 (1905)
  • The Quantum Leap (1900 - 1935)

What is communication material? ›

Communication Material means any material (including User Images), information or communications shared, transmitted or uploaded by you or a User using the Communication Functionality.

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.

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 organize the universe. It deals with fundamentals, and helps us to see the connections between seemly disparate phenomena. Physics gives us powerful tools to help us to express our creativity, to see the world in new ways and then to change it. Physics is useful.

What are the communication tools? ›

A wide variety of communication tools are used for external and internal communication. These tools include mail, email, telephones, cell phones, smartphones, computers, video and web conferencing tools, social networking, as well as online collaboration and productivity platforms.

How do you create communication materials? ›

  1. Step 1: Audit Your Current Marketing Communications. ...
  2. Step 2: Establish Your Marketing Communications Objectives. ...
  3. Step 3: Define Your USPs and Brand/Mission Statement. ...
  4. Step 4: Create a Description of Your Ideal Audience(s) ...
  5. Step 5: Craft Your Key Brand Messages for Each Audience. ...
  6. Step 6: Choose Your Communication Channels.
19 Jul 2021

What are the sample communication material? ›

Advertisements (Newspapers, Magazines, Billboards) Posters/Signage (Internal, External, POS) Websites. Instruction Sheets/Manuals.

Which engineering has highest salary? ›

Top 10 Highest Paying Engineering Jobs of 2022
  • Systems Engineer. ...
  • Electrical Engineer. ...
  • Chemical Engineer. ...
  • Big Data Engineer. ...
  • Nuclear Engineer. ...
  • Aerospace Engineer. ...
  • Computer Hardware Engineer. ...
  • Petroleum Engineer.
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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? ›

If you are good in communication and circuits ece is a good choice. The scope of ECE is very high. You can join IT industry, airlines, telecommunication, etc. Indian armed forces also provides jobs for electronics and communication engineers.

How is physics used in technology? ›

Physics is the most fundamental of all the sciences and has a wide range of applications to modern technologies. The importance of physics in modern technology can be recognized because it enables mobile devices, computers, televisions, watches, and many other modern technologies to operate in an automated manner.

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.

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.

Is studying physics a good idea? ›

Many people who have studied physics report it helps them develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Data from the American Institute of Physics show that physics majors get among the highest MCAT scores and the highest LSAT scores of all undergraduate majors.

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