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Ljubljana, Slovenia

The University of Ljubljana is the oldest, largest, and internationally best ranked university in Slovenia, being among the first 500 or the first 3% of the world's best universities according to the ARWU. With over 63,000 enrolled undergraduate and graduate students, it is also among the largest universities in Europe. Wikipedia.


Prosen T.,University of Ljubljana
Physical Review Letters | Year: 2012

We discuss a combination of unitary and antiunitary symmetry of quantum Liouvillean dynamics, in the context of open quantum systems, which implies a D 2 symmetry of the complex Liouvillean spectrum. For sufficiently weak system-bath coupling, it implies a uniform decay rate for all coherences, i.e., off-diagonal elements of the system's density matrix taken in the eigenbasis of the Hamiltonian. As an example, we discuss symmetrically boundary driven open XXZ spin 1/2 chains. © 2012 American Physical Society. Source


Bratkovic T.,University of Ljubljana
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences | Year: 2010

Phage display, the presentation of (polypeptides as fusions to capsid proteins on the surface of bacterial viruses, celebrates its 25th birthday in 2010. The technique, coupled with in vitro selection, enables rapid identification and optimization of proteins based on their structural or functional properties. In the last two decades, it has advanced tremendously and has become widely accepted by the scientific community. This by no means exhaustive review aims to inform the reader of the key modifications in phage display. Novel display formats, innovative library designs and screening strategies are discussed. I will also briefly review some recent uses of the technology to illustrate its incredible versatility. Source


Prosen T.,University of Ljubljana
Physical Review Letters | Year: 2011

An exact and explicit ladder-tensor-network ansatz is presented for the nonequilibrium steady state of an anisotropic Heisenberg XXZ spin-1/2 chain which is driven far from equilibrium with a pair of Lindblad operators acting on the edges of the chain only. We show that the steady-state density operator of a finite system of size n is-apart from a normalization constant-a polynomial of degree 2n-2 in the coupling constant. Efficient computation of physical observables is facilitated in terms of a transfer operator reminiscent of a classical Markov process. In the isotropic case we find cosine spin profiles, 1/n2 scaling of the spin current, and long-range correlations in the steady state. This is a fully nonperturbative extension of a recent result. © 2011 American Physical Society. Source


Prosen T.,University of Ljubljana
Physical Review Letters | Year: 2011

An explicit matrix product ansatz is presented, in the first two orders in the (weak) coupling parameter, for the nonequilibrium steady state of the homogeneous, nearest neighbor Heisenberg XXZ spin 1/2 chain driven by Lindblad operators which act only at the edges of the chain. The first order of the density operator becomes, in the thermodynamic limit, an exact pseudolocal conservation law and yields-via the Mazur inequality-a rigorous lower bound on the high-temperature spin Drude weight. Such a Mazur bound is a nonvanishing fractal function of the anisotropy parameter Δ for |Δ|<1. © 2011 American Physical Society. Source


Znidaric M.,University of Ljubljana
Physical Review Letters | Year: 2014

We consider a one-dimensional XX spin chain in a nonequilibrium setting with a Lindblad-type boundary driving. By calculating large-deviation rate function in the thermodynamic limit, a generalization of free energy to a nonequilibrium setting, we obtain a complete distribution of current, including closed expressions for lower-order cumulants. We also identify two phase-transition-like behaviors in either the thermodynamic limit, at which the current probability distribution becomes discontinuous, or at maximal driving, when the range of possible current values changes discontinuously. In the thermodynamic limit the current has a finite upper and lower bound. We also explicitly confirm nonequilibrium fluctuation relation and show that the current distribution is the same under mapping of the coupling strength Γ→1/Γ. © 2014 American Physical Society. Source

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