Tkwant: a software package for time-dependent quantum transport

@article{Kloss2020TkwantAS,
  title={Tkwant: a software package for time-dependent quantum transport},
  author={T. Kloss and J. Weston and B. Gaury and B. Rossignol and C. Groth and X. Waintal},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
  year={2020},
  volume={23}
}
Tkwant is a Python package for the simulation of quantum nanoelectronics devices to which external time-dependent perturbations are applied. Tkwant is an extension of the kwant package (https://kwant-project.org/) and can handle the same types of systems: discrete tight-binding-like models that consist of an arbitrary central region connected to semi-infinite electrodes. The problem is genuinely many-body even in the absence of interactions and is treated within the non-equilibrium Keldysh… Expand
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