We consider special Lambert series as generating functions of divisor sums and determine their complete transseries expansion near rational roots of unity. Our methods also yield new insights into the

# Excited States of One-Dimensional Defect CFTs from the Quantum Spectral Curve. (arXiv:2001.11039v1 [hep-th])

We study the anomalous dimension of the cusped Maldacena-Wilson line in planar $\mathcal{N} = 4$ Yang-Mills theory with scalar insertions using the Quantum Spectral Curve (QSC) method. In the straight

# The VECRO hypothesis. (arXiv:2001.11057v1 [hep-th])

We consider three fundamental issues in quantum gravity: (a) the black hole information paradox (b) the unboundedness of entropy that can be stored inside a black hole horizon (c) the

# Spacecraft Swarm Dynamics and Control About Asteroids. (arXiv:2001.11026v1 [physics.space-ph])

This paper presents a novel methodology to control spacecraft swarms about singleasteroids with arbitrary gravitational potential coefficients. This approach enablesthe use of small, autonomous swarm spacecraft in conjunction with a

# Three-dimensional direct numerical simulations of the dynamics of retracting surfactant-laden ligaments. (arXiv:2001.11029v1 [physics.flu-dyn])

The dynamics of ligaments retracting under the action of surface tension occurs in a multitude of natural and industrial applications, such as inkjet printing and atomisation. We perform fully three-dimensional,

# Observing Movement of Dirac Cones from Single-Photon Dynamics. (arXiv:2001.11034v1 [cond-mat.mes-hall])

Graphene with honeycomb structure, being critically important in understanding physics of matter, exhibits exceptionally unusual half-integer quantum Hall effect and unconventional electronic spectrum with quantum relativistic phenomena. Particularly, graphene-like structure

# Computing real time correlation functions on a hybrid classical/quantum computer. (arXiv:2001.11145v1 [hep-th])

Quantum devices may overcome limitations of classical computers in studies of nuclear structure functions and parton Wigner distributions of protons and nuclei. In this talk, we discuss a worldline approach

# Updated constraints on superconducting cosmic strings from the astronomy of fast radio bursts. (arXiv:2001.11149v1 [astro-ph.HE])

In this article, we study the updated constraints upon the radio transient signals arisen from superconducting cosmic strings (SCSs) in light of the recent observational developments of fast radio bursts

# On Duality in $\mathcal{N}=2$ supersymmetric Liouville Theory. (arXiv:2001.11157v1 [hep-th])

Similarly to the bosonic Liouville theory, the $\mathcal{N}=2$ supersymmetric Liouville theory was conjectured to be equipped with the duality that exchanges the superpotential and the K\”ahler potential. The conjectured duality,

# Doubly periodic lozenge tilings of a hexagon and matrix valued orthogonal polynomials. (arXiv:2001.11095v1 [math-ph])

We analyze a random lozenge tiling model of a large regular hexagon, whose underlying weight structure is periodic of period $2$ in both the horizontal and vertical directions. This is