A many-body approach to transport in quantum systems: From the transient regime to the stationary state

@article{Ridley2022AMA,
  title={A many-body approach to transport in quantum systems: From the transient regime to the stationary state},
  author={Michael Ridley and N. W. Talarico and Daniel Karlsson and Nicola Lo Gullo and Riku Tuovinen},
  journal={Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical},
  year={2022}
}
We review one of the most versatile theoretical approaches to the study of time-dependent correlated quantum transport in nano-systems: the non-equilibrium Green's function (NEGF) formalism. Within this formalism, one can treat, on the same footing, inter-particle interactions, external drives and/or perturbations, and coupling to baths with a (piece-wise) continuum set of degrees of freedom. After a historical overview on the theory of transport in quantum systems, we present a modern… 
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