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  1. Quantum many-body scar states are highly excited eigenstates of many-body systems that exhibit atypical entanglement and correlation properties relative to typical eigenstates at the same energy density. Scar states also give rise to infinitely long-lived coherent dynamics when the system is prepared in a special initial state having finite overlap with them. Many models with exact scar states have been constructed, but the fate of scarred eigenstates and dynamics when these models are perturbed is difficult to study with classical computational techniques. In this work, we propose state preparation protocols that enable the use of quantum computers to study this question. We present protocols both for individual scar states in a particular model, as well as superpositions of them that give rise to coherent dynamics. For superpositions of scar states, we present both a system-size-linear depth unitary and a finite-depth nonunitary state preparation protocol, the latter of which uses measurement and postselection to reduce the circuit depth. For individual scarred eigenstates, we formulate an exact state preparation approach based on matrix product states that yields quasipolynomial-depth circuits, as well as a variational approach with a polynomial-depth ansatz circuit. We also provide proof of principle state-preparation demonstrations on superconducting quantum hardware. 
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  2. This article presents the design and analysis of a low profile double-negative (DNG) metamaterial unit structure for 5G mmWave (millimeter wave) applications. The structure, comprised of double-slotted rectangular ring patches, experiences the peak current value near the magnetic resonance, causing the metamaterial to resonate at 28 GHz where it exhibits negative effective permittivity and permeability. The 3.05 mm × 2.85 mm compact structure is designed over a substrate Rogers RT/Duroid 5880 to attain better effective medium ratio (EMR) in the 5G frequency range (27.1–29.2 GHz). A rigorous parametric study is conducted to obtain the proposed design. Full-wave electromagnetic simulation software tools CST and HFSS are used to generate the scattering parameters for the analysis. The Nicolson–Ross–Wier method is used to observe the negative effective permittivity and permeability. In addition, different output quantities, e.g., surface current and electric and magnetic field distribution, are investigated. The structure is further tested with 1 × 2, 2 × 2, and 4 × 4 arrays, where the results show adequate agreement to be considered for 5G mmWave applications.

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