Alberto Nocera
Alberto Nocera
Staff Scientist, Stewart Blusson Quantum Matter Institute, University of British Columbia
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Spectral functions with the density matrix renormalization group: Krylov-space approach for correction vectors
A Nocera, G Alvarez
Physical Review E 94 (5), 053308, 2016
Stochastic dynamics for a single vibrational mode in molecular junctions
A Nocera, CA Perroni, VM Ramaglia, V Cataudella
Physical Review B 83 (11), 115420, 2011
Magnetic properties and pairing tendencies of the iron-based superconducting ladder : Combined ab initio and density matrix renormalization group study
ND Patel, A Nocera, G Alvarez, R Arita, A Moreo, E Dagotto
Physical Review B 94 (7), 075119, 2016
Spin dynamics of the block orbital-selective Mott phase
J Herbrych, N Kaushal, A Nocera, G Alvarez, A Moreo, E Dagotto
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-10, 2018
Finite-temperature dynamics of the Mott insulating Hubbard chain
A Nocera, FHL Essler, AE Feiguin
Physical Review B 97 (4), 045146, 2018
Fingerprints of an orbital-selective Mott phase in the block magnetic state of BaFe2Se3 ladders
ND Patel, A Nocera, G Alvarez, A Moreo, S Johnston, E Dagotto
Communications Physics 2 (1), 1-8, 2019
Pairing tendencies in a two-orbital Hubbard model in one dimension
ND Patel, A Nocera, G Alvarez, A Moreo, E Dagotto
Physical Review B 96 (2), 024520, 2017
Symmetry-conserving purification of quantum states within the density matrix renormalization group
A Nocera, G Alvarez
Physical Review B 93 (4), 045137, 2016
Probing nonlinear mechanical effects through electronic currents: The case of a nanomechanical resonator acting as an electronic transistor
A Nocera, CA Perroni, VM Ramaglia, V Cataudella
Phys. Rev. B 86, 035420, 2012
Nonlocal correlations in the orbital selective Mott phase of a one-dimensional multiorbital Hubbard model
S Li, N Kaushal, Y Wang, Y Tang, G Alvarez, A Nocera, TA Maier, ...
Physical Review B 94 (23), 235126, 2016
Phase Diagram of the Spin- Kitaev-Gamma Chain and Emergent SU(2) Symmetry
W Yang, A Nocera, T Tummuru, HY Kee, I Affleck
Physical Review Letters 124 (14), 147205, 2020
Density matrix renormalization group study of a three-orbital Hubbard model with spin-orbit coupling in one dimension
N Kaushal, J Herbrych, A Nocera, G Alvarez, A Moreo, FA Reboredo, ...
Physical Review B 96 (15), 155111, 2017
Magnetic effects on nonlinear mechanical properties of a suspended carbon nanotube
A Nocera, CA Perroni, VM Ramaglia, G Cantele, V Cataudella
Physical Review B 87 (15), 155435, 2013
Magnetic excitation spectra of strongly correlated quasi-one-dimensional systems: Heisenberg versus Hubbard-like behavior
A Nocera, ND Patel, J Fernandez-Baca, E Dagotto, G Alvarez
Physical Review B 94 (20), 205145, 2016
Doping evolution of charge and spin excitations in two-leg Hubbard ladders: Comparing DMRG and FLEX results
A Nocera, Y Wang, ND Patel, G Alvarez, TA Maier, E Dagotto, S Johnston
Physical Review B 97 (19), 195156, 2018
Interplay of charge, spin, and lattice degrees of freedom in the spectral properties of the one-dimensional Hubbard-Holstein model
A Nocera, M Soltanieh-ha, CA Perroni, V Cataudella, AE Feiguin
Physical Review B 90 (19), 195134, 2014
Spectral, optical, and transport properties of the adiabatic anisotropic Holstein model: Application to slightly doped organic semiconductors
CA Perroni, A Nocera, VM Ramaglia, V Cataudella
Physical Review B 83 (24), 245107, 2011
Computing Resonant Inelastic X-Ray Scattering Spectra Using The Density Matrix Renormalization Group Method
A Nocera, U Kumar, N Kaushal, G Alvarez, E Dagotto, S Johnston
Scientific Reports 8, 11080, 2018
Single-parameter charge pumping in carbon nanotube resonators at low frequency
CA Perroni, A Nocera, V Cataudella
EPL (Europhysics Letters) 103 (5), 58001, 2013
Multi-spinon and antiholon excitations probed by resonant inelastic x-ray scattering on doped one-dimensional antiferromagnets
U Kumar, A Nocera, E Dagotto, S Johnston
New Journal of Physics 20 (7), 073019, 2018
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