A computational approach to quantum noise in time-dependent nanoelectronic devices

@article{Gaury2016ACA,
  title={A computational approach to quantum noise in time-dependent nanoelectronic devices},
  author={Benoit H. Gaury and Xavier Waintal},
  journal={Physica E-low-dimensional Systems \& Nanostructures},
  year={2016},
  volume={75},
  pages={72-76}
}
  • B. Gaury, X. Waintal
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • Physica E-low-dimensional Systems & Nanostructures
We derive simple expressions that relate the noise and correlation properties of a general time-dependent quantum conductor to the wave functions of the system. The formalism provides a practical route for numerical calculations of quantum noise in an externally driven system. We illustrate the approach with numerical calculations of the noise properties associated to a voltage pulse applied on a one-dimensional conductor. The methodology is hower fully general and can be used for a large class… Expand

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