Quantum Toolbox in Phyton (QuTiP)

 

Initial QuTiP papers:

    1. J.R. Johansson, P.D. Nation, F. Nori
      QuTiP: An open-source Python framework for the dynamics of open quantum systems
      Comp. Phys. Comm. 183, 1760-1772 (2012). [PDF][Link][arXiv]

    2. J.R. Johansson, P.D. Nation, F. Nori
      QuTiP 2: A Python framework for the dynamics of open quantum systems
      Comp. Phys. Comm. 184, 1234 (2013). [PDF][Link][arXiv]

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Some recent applications:

    1. N. Shammah, S. Ahmed, N. Lambert, S. De Liberato, F. Nori
      Open quantum systems with local and collective incoherent processes: Efficient numerical simulations using permutational invariance
      Phys. Rev. A 98, 063815 (2018). [PDF][Link][arXiv]

    2. N. Lambert, S. Ahmed, M. Cirio, F. Nori
      Modelling the ultra-strongly coupled spin-boson model with unphysical modes
      Nature Communications 10, 3721 (2019). [PDF][Link_1][Link_2][arXiv][Suppl. Info.][Reviewers' Comments]

    3. N. Lambert, T. Raheja, S. Ahmed, A. Pitchford, F. Nori
      BoFiN-HEOM: A bosonic and fermionic numerical hierarchical-equations-of-motion library with applications in light-harvesting, quantum control, and single-molecule electronics
      preprint, (2021). [arXiv]

    4. B. Li, S. Ahmed, S. Saraogi, N. Lambert, F. Nori, A. Pitchford, N. Shammah
      Pulse-level noisy quantum circuits with QuTiP
      preprint, (2021). [arXiv]


A large amount of pedagogical information on QuTiP is available at this URL: https://qutip.org/