Contributors

We would like to thank our contributors, whose efforts make this software what it is. These people have helped by writing code and documentation, and by testing. They have created and maintained this product, its associated libraries and applications, our build tools and our web sites.

Hall of Fame

  • Ackerley, Nick
  • Ammon, Charles J.
  • Antunes, Emanuel
  • Arnarsson, Ólafur St.
  • Bank, Markus
  • Barsch, Robert
  • Behr, Yannik
  • Bernardi, Fabrizio
  • Bernauer, Felix
  • Bes de Berc, Maxime
  • Beyreuther, Moritz
  • Bonaimé, Sébastien
  • Carothers, Lloyd
  • Chamberlain, Calum
  • Chambers, Derrick
  • Clark, Adam
  • Danecek, Peter
  • van Driel, Martin
  • Egdorf, Sven
  • Engels, Fabian
  • Ermert, Laura
  • Eulenfeld, Tom
  • Fabbri, Tommaso
  • Falco, Nicholas
  • Fee, Jeremy
  • Grellier, Clément
  • Grunberg, Marc
  • Hammer, Conny
  • Heimann, Sebastian
  • Heiniger, Lukas
  • Hope, Gaute
  • Igel, Heiner
  • Inza, Adolfo
  • Isken, Marius
  • Ketchum, David
  • Koymans, Mathijs
  • Kremers, Simon
  • Kress, Victor
  • Krieger, Lars
  • Krischer, Lion
  • Kula, Damian
  • Käufl, Paul
  • Köhler, Andreas
  • Lecocq, Thomas
  • Leeman, John
  • Legovini, Paride
  • Lesage, Philippe
  • Lomax, Anthony
  • Lopes, Rui L.
  • MacCarthy, Jonathan
  • Maggi, Alessia
  • Martin, Henri
  • Megies, Tobias
  • Meschede, Matthias
  • Michelini, Alberto
  • Miller, Nathaniel C.
  • Morgenstern, Bernhard
  • Nof, Ran Novitsky
  • Panning, Mark P.
  • Parker, Tom
  • Rapagnani, Giovanni
  • Reyes, Celso
  • Ringler, Adam
  • Rothenhäusler, Nicolas
  • Russo, Emiliano
  • Sales de Andrade, Elliott
  • Satriano, Claudio
  • Saul, Joachim
  • Scheingraber, Chris
  • Schneider, Simon
  • Sippl, Christian
  • Snoke, Arthur
  • Stange, Stefan
  • Stähler, Simon C.
  • Sullivan, Benjamin
  • Tian, Dongdong
  • Trabant, Chad
  • Uieda, Leonardo
  • Walker, Andrew
  • Walther, Marcus
  • Wassermann, Joachim
  • Williams, Mark C.
  • Winkelman, Andrew
  • Zaccarelli, Riccardo
  • Zad, Seyed Kasra Hosseini
  • Zhu, Lijun

Funds

ObsPy was partially funded by the

  • German Science Foundation (DFG) via grant DFG IG 16/9-1
  • German Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF), GEOTECHNOLOGIEN grant 03G0646H.
  • NERA project (Network of European Research Infrastructures for Earthquake Risk Assessment and Mitigation) under the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) grant agreement n° 262330
  • Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics (LIAG)
  • VERCE EU-FP7 project (no. 283543)

Quotes

“I believe that ObsPy is what will finally make students and some of my colleagues consider using Python for doing science! I tell people of it whenever I get a chance.”