Wannier90 (v1.2), released 15-JAN-2010: [gzipped-tar]
Note that the BoltzWann code is not included in the above release. Interested users should contact Giovanni Pizzi (giovanni.pizzi -at- epfl.ch) directly.
See the CHANGE.log for a summary of improvements.
Wannier90 is released under the GNU General Public License
Installation instructions are contained in the file README.install, which may be found in the root directory of the distribution.
The user guide and tutorial are available here. They may also be found in the 'doc' directory of the distribution.Electronic Structure Codes
Wannier90 should be used in conjuction with an electronic structure code for calculating the eigenstates of the Hamiltonian operator. Currently, as far as we are aware, the following electronic structure codes interface to Wannier90:
- Quantum-Espresso (PWscf) [WWW]
- AbInit [WWW]
- SIESTA [WWW]
- FLEUR [WWW]
- Wien2k [WWW] - using the wien2wannier interface.
- VASP [WWW] see the following page in the vasp manual.
- EPW [WWW] - An open-source F90/MPI code which calculates properties related to the electron-phonon interaction using Density-Functional Perturbation Theory (DFPT) and Maximally Localized Wannier Functions (MLWF).
Stable versions of the PWscf interface to Wannier90 may be downloaded here.
The following additional programs should be installed to visualise the output of Wannier90
- gnuplot is used to plot band structures. It is available for many operating systems and is often installed on unix/Linux distributions by default
- XCrySDen is used to visualise crystal and molecular structures, Wannier functions and Fermi surfaces. It is available for unix/Linux, Windows (using cygwin) and OSX. To correctly display files from Wannier90, use XCrySDen version 1.4 or later.
Older versions of Wannier90
Wannier90 (v1.1), released 21-DEC-2007: [gzipped-tar]
Wannier90 (v1.0.2), released 04-DEC-2006: [gzipped-tar]
Wannier90 (v1.0.1), released 17-MAY-2006: [gzipped-tar]
Wannier90 (v1.0), released 30-APR-2006: [gzipped-tar]