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  • Dec 25 2020 11:01
    Anton Akhmerov merged merge request #375 Fix error in kwant.kpm vector factories when norbs=None in kwant
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    Anton Akhmerov merged merge request #376 Fix kwant.kpm pyflakes failure in kwant
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  • Dec 22 2020 00:23
    Anton Akhmerov commented on merge request #365 WIP: Resolve "support finalization and attaching of ND systems" in kwant
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    Anton Akhmerov merged merge request #370 Dependency fixes in kwant
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cwg:
Perhaps simply less computationally demanding (in the basic exercises, people recalculated again and again the same 50 points).
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xavier:
I think we should show the webpage of Kwant documentation so that people know where to find answers on their own.
cwg:
I placed links to it in the first exercise session
cwg:
Also, I would hope that people arrive at that idea (to consult documentation) themselves
xavier:
Well for people new to numerics we might want to help them a little.
cwg:
At the end of the session it could indeed help to remind people of the website (with documentation) and of the mailing list (with its search function)
cwg:
Also to tell people not to hesitate to ask questions on the list and to share useful code that they might have.
xavier:
Spending 20 seconds browsing it is what I had in mind.
cwg:
Yes, sure, while talking about it.
cwg:
@anton, would you like to do something like that? I can also do it.
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anton:
Sounds good, I'll do that at the very end.
anton:
Binder agrees: there are 70 instances running now.
anton:
That's about @xavier's remark that people are tired and many aren't trying the exercises.
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michaelwimmer:
I had Yoichi Ando asking about simulating Charlie's planar Majoranas :)
michaelwimmer:
BTW, I got kicked out of zoom completely when the breakout room closed
manescoantonio:
same
anton:
Oh :(
anton:
made both of you co-hosts
michaelwimmer:
There's still 200 participants, so actually we do keep our audience. Not so bad.
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pablo:
me too please
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pablo:
Good job!
anton:
Hurray! We made it!
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valla:
Congrats!
anton:
Thanks :)
Ousmane Ly
@lyousmane
It was nice!
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tkloss:
nice workshop!
anton:
Out of the people that stayed until the end of a 4-hour workshop and were motivated to fill out a survey, everyone would attend a similar workshop again.
valla:
Any interesting written feedback?
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anton:
Shared a link with you. I won't publish it because the form is still live, and someone may provide identifiable data there.
anton:
This is still quite preliminary—I'll need to send the link to the participants, and that I'll do once the workshop page is finished.
valla:
Even so, some clear themes emerge.
valla:
but yeah, makes sense to wait until all feedback arrives
valla:
before making any conclusions
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anton:
Yep, an overall positive reply from the part of the audience that is likely to give an overall positive reply. ✔
valla:
Well if you don't get that then you're doomed, so it's a solid start.
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xavier:
Can someone give me a link to the boundstate solver that Joe has started to implement in Kwant?
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cosma:
some of these have articles and some don't
anton:
Those without articles are filled out by participants (via the "other" field).
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pablo:
looks like 31 people voted
anton:
Correct. I didn't send the reminder email to participants since I want to do this after the videos are published.
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anton:
My summary of the workshop: https://hackmd.io/@akhmerov/qt-workshop-wrapup
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anton:
Sharing this here, Alicja, a student working with Tom O'Brien made a wrapper converting a Kwant system to OpenFermion, google's package for many-body fermionic systems: https://github.com/alicjadut/kwant_to_openfermion
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xavier:
So now we can replace Kwant.solver() by a quantum computer?
anton:
We can't, but google can. If the system is sufficiently small.
xavier:
🎉
xavier:
It would be nice if her package get merged in openfermion (from a visibility point of vew at least)
anton:
they usually have "glue" packages as separate repositories