Time-dependent transport of electrons through a photon cavity

  title={Time-dependent transport of electrons through a photon cavity},
  author={Vidar Gudmundsson and O. Jonasson and Chi‐Shung Tang and Hsi-Sheng Goan and Andrei Manolescu},
  journal={Physical Review B},
We use a non-Markovian master equation to describe the transport of Coulomb-interacting electrons through an electromagnetic cavity with one quantized photon mode. The central system is a finite-parabolic quantum wire that is coupled weakly to external parabolic quasi-one-dimensional leads at $t=0$. With a stepwise introduction of complexity to the description of the system and a corresponding stepwise truncation of the ensuing many-body spaces, we are able to describe the time-dependent… 

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