Authors

PyMeasure was started in 2013 by Colin Jermain and Graham Rowlands at Cornell University, when it became apparent that both were working on similar Python packages for scientific measurements. PyMeasure combined these efforts and continues to gain valuable contributions from other scientists who are interested in advancing measurement software.

The following developers have contributed to the PyMeasure package:

Colin Jermain
Graham Rowlands
Minh-Hai Nguyen
Guen Prawiro-Atmodjo
Tim van Boxtel
Davide Spirito
Marcos Guimaraes
Ghislain Antony Vaillant
Ben Feinstein
Neal Reynolds
Christoph Buchner
Julian Dlugosch
Sylvain Karlen
Joseph Mittelstaedt
Troy Fox
Vikram Sekar
Casper Schippers
Sumatran Tiger
Michael Schneider
Dennis Feng
Stefano Pirotta
Moritz Jung
Richard Schlitz
Manuel Zahn
Mikhaël Myara
Domenic Prete
Mathieu Jeannin
Paul Goulain
John McMaster
Dominik Kriegner
Jonathan Larochelle
Dominic Caron
Mathieu Plante
Michele Sardo
Steven Siegl
Benjamin Klebel-Knobloch
Markus Röleke
Demetra Adrahtas
Dan McDonald
Hud Wahab
Nicola Corna
Robert Eckelmann
Sam Condon
Andreas Maeder
Bastian Leykauf
Matthew Delaney
Marco von Rosenberg
Jack Van Sambeek
JC Arbelbide
Florian Jünger
Benedikt Moneke
Asaf Yagoda
Fabio Garzetti
Daniel Schmeer
Mike Manno
David Sanchez Sanchez
Andres Ruz-Nieto
Carlos Martinez
Scott Candey
Tom Verbeure
Juraj Jašík
Max Herbold
Alexander Wichers
Ashok Bruno
Robert Roos
Sebastien Weber
Sebastian Neusch
Ulrich Sauter
Guus Kuiper
Armindo Pinto
Frank Wu
Heinz-Alexander Fütterer
Per-Olof Svensson
Karl Komierowski
Alec Vercruysse
Matthew Zenaldin
Canyon Clark
Connor Carr
Jannis Kleine-Schönepauck
Douwe den Blanken
Till Zürner
J. A. Wilcox
Nick James Kirkby
Konrad Gralher
David Ziliak