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In any paper or other academic publication containing results wholly or
partially derived from the use of the Gollum package, the following paper must
be cited: GOLLUM: a next-generation simulation tool for electron,
thermal and spin transport, J. Ferrer, C. J. Lambert,
V. M. Garcia-Suarez, D. Zs. Manrique, D. Visontai, L. Oroszlany, R.
Rodriguez-Ferradas, I. Grace, S. W. D. Bailey, K. Gillemot, Hatef Sadeghi and L.
A. Algharagholy, New Journal of Physics, 16, 093029 (2014).
If the Gollum package used wholly or partially to perform phonon related calculations, in addition to the above paper, the following paper must be cited: Oligoyne molecular junctions for efficient room temperature thermoelectric power generation, H. Sadeghi, S. Sangtarash, and C. J. Lambert, Nano Letters, 15(11), 7467 (2015). doi:10.1021/acs.nanolett.5b03033
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