About Project Jupyter

Project Jupyter was born out of the IPython Project in 2014 as it evolved to support interactive data science and scientific computing across all programming languages.

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Community

Our vibrant community empowers us to create an amazing platform. Dynamic developers, cutting edge scientists as well as everyday users work together to further Jupyter's best-in-class tools.

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Steering Council

Our team is primarily led by 15 steering committee members who ultimately make the final decisions.

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Damian Avila

Continuum Analytics
@damianavila on GitHub

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Matthias Bussonnier

UC Berkeley
@carreau on GitHub

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Sylvain Corlay

QuantStack
@sylvaincorlay on GitHub

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Jonathan Frederic

Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
@jdfreder on GitHub

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Brian Granger

Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
@ellisonbg on GitHub

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Jason Grout

Bloomberg
@jasongrout on GitHub

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Jessica Hamrick

UC Berkeley
@jhamrick on GitHub

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Paul Ivanov

Bloomberg
@ivanov on GitHub

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Thomas Kluyver

University of Southampton
@takluyver on GitHub

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Kyle Kelley

Netflix
@rgbkrk on GitHub

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Peter Parente

MaxPoint
@parente on GitHub

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Fernando Perez

UC Berkeley
@fperez on GitHub

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Min Ragan-Kelley

Simula Research Lab
@minrk on GitHub

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Steven Silvester

Continuum Analytics
@blink1073 on GitHub

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Carol Willing

Cal Poly
@willingc on GitHub

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Sponsors

Project Jupyter receives direct funding from the following sources:

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Institutional Partners

Institutional Partners are companies and universities that support the project by employing Steering Council members. Current Institutional Partners include:

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Governance

Robust, community driven development with institutional backing.

NumFocus

Copyright/License

Decisions

Steering Council

Project Jupyter is part of the non-profit NumFOCUS Foundation, which provides fiscal sponsorship, governance and a legal umbrella for the project.