Project Jupyter is a non-profit, open-source project, born out of the IPython Project in 2014 as it evolved to support interactive data science and scientific computing across all programming languages. Jupyter will always be 100% open-source software, free for all to use and released under the liberal terms of the modified BSD license.

Jupyter is developed in the open on GitHub, through the consensus of the Jupyter community. For more information on our governance, please see our governance documentation.

All online and in-person interactions and communications directly related to the project are covered by the Jupyter Code of Conduct. This Code of Conduct sets expectations to enable a diverse community of users and contributors to participate in the project with respect and safety.


Executive Council Members

The Executive Council (EC) is ultimately responsible for all dimensions of the Project (including, but not limited to, software, legal, financial, community, operations, inclusion and diversity, etc.). The members of the EC actively work to carry out the Project’s mission in accordance with its values and to support operations through delegation to the Software Steering Council (SSC), Software Subprojects, Standing Committees, and Working Groups. These other bodies will report to the EC, and the EC is expected to support, oversee, manage, and ensure the success of operations across Jupyter.

Afshin Darian
Afshin Darian
QuantStack
GitHub
Brian Granger
Brian Granger
Amazon Web Services
GitHub
Jason Grout
Jason Grout
Databricks
Personal Website GitHub Mastodon
Fernando Pérez
Fernando Pérez
UC Berkeley
GitHub
Ana Ruvalcaba
Ana Ruvalcaba
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
GitHub
Steven Silvester
Steven Silvester
MongoDB
GitHub

Software Steering Council Members

The Jupyter Software Steering Council (SSC) has jurisdiction over software-related decisions across Project Jupyter, with a primary focus on coordination across projects and decisions that have impact across many Jupyter Subprojects. It is also a mechanism for representatives of each project to share information and expertise. Technical decisions and processes where the SSC isn’t explicitly involved are automatically delegated to the individual projects to manage their day-to-day activities, create new repositories in their orgs, etc., with independence and autonomy.

Eric Charles
Eric Charles
Datalayer / Anaconda
GitHub
Jupyter Notebook
Frédéric Collonval
Frédéric Collonval
QuantStack
GitHub LinkedIn
JupyterLab
Sylvain Corlay
Sylvain Corlay
QuantStack
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Voilà
Martha Cryan
Martha Cryan
Mito
GitHub LinkedIn
DEI Working Group
Itay Dafna
Itay Dafna
Netflix
GitHub
Jupyter Widgets
Paul Ivanov
Paul Ivanov
GitHub
Jupyter Foundations and Standards
Johan Mabille
Johan Mabille
QuantStack
GitHub Twitter
Jupyter Kernels
Gabriel Fouasnon
Gabriel Fouasnon
Quansight Labs
GitHub LinkedIn Mastodon
Jupyter Accessibility
Min Ragan-Kelley
Min Ragan-Kelley
Simula Research Lab
GitHub
JupyterHub and Binder
Zach Sailer
Zach Sailer
Apple
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Jupyter Server
Rick Wagner
Rick Wagner
UC San Diego
GitHub LinkedIn
Jupyter Security

Distinguished Contributors

Project Jupyter Distinguished Contributors are a group of Jupyter community members that have gone above-and-beyond in their support of the project over the years, making substantial and sustained contributions in any area of activity (software development, governance, community engagement, events, etc.). The Jupyter community confers membership in this group as a way of recognizing their effort and saying "thank you."

2022 Cohort

Tania Allard
Tania Allard
Personal Website GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Carlos Herrero
Carlos Herrero
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Itay Dafna
Itay Dafna
Personal Website GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Eric Charles
Eric Charles
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Max C Klein
Max C Klein
GitHub LinkedIn
Ryan Lovett
Ryan Lovett
GitHub LinkedIn
Sharan Foga
Sharan Foga
GitHub LinkedIn
Rollin Thomas
Rollin Thomas
Personal Website GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Ayaz Salikhov
Ayaz Salikhov
GitHub LinkedIn

2021 Cohort

Mehmet Bektas
Mehmet Bektas
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
David Brochart
David Brochart
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
S. Chris Colbert
S. Chris Colbert
GitHub
Frédéric Collonval
Frédéric Collonval
GitHub LinkedIn
Martha Cryan
Martha Cryan
GitHub
Wayne Decatur
Wayne Decatur
GitHub Twitter
Sarah Gibson
Sarah Gibson
Personal Website GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Mariana Meireles
Mariana Meireles
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Isabela Presedo-Floyd
Isabela Presedo-Floyd
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Nicolas Thiéry
Nicolas Thiéry
GitHub

2020 Cohort

Maarten Breddels
Maarten Breddels
Personal Website GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Jessica Zosa Forde
Jessica Zosa Forde
Personal Website GitHub Twitter
Tim George
Tim George
GitHub LinkedIn
Tony Hirst
Tony Hirst
Personal Website GitHub Twitter
Michał Krassowski
Michał Krassowski
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Simon Li
Simon Li
GitHub LinkedIn
Johan Mabille
Johan Mabille
GitHub Twitter
Martin Renou
Martin Renou
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Jeremy Tuloup
Jeremy Tuloup
Personal Website GitHub LinkedIn Twitter

Special Election Cohort

Safia Abdalla
Safia Abdalla
Personal Website
Lorena A. Barba
Lorena A. Barba
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Kevin Bates
Kevin Bates
GitHub
Douglas Blank
Douglas Blank
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Nicholas Bollweg
Nicholas Bollweg
GitHub
Georgiana Dolocan
Georgiana Dolocan
GitHub Twitter
Tony Fast
Tony Fast
GitHub Twitter
Vidar T. Fauske
Vidar T. Fauske
GitHub LinkedIn
Tim Head
Tim Head
Personal Website GitHub Twitter
Lindsey Heagy
Lindsey Heagy
Personal Website GitHub Twitter
Chris Holdgraf
Chris Holdgraf
Personal Website GitHub Twitter
Grant Nestor
Grant Nestor
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Cameron Oelsen
Cameron Oelsen
Personal Website GitHub LinkedIn
Yuvi Panda
Yuvi Panda
Personal Website
Luciano Resende
Luciano Resende
LinkedIn Twitter
Ian Rose
Ian Rose
Personal Website GitHub Twitter
Zach Sailer
Zach Sailer
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Matthew Seal
Matthew Seal
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter
Saul Shanabrook
Saul Shanabrook
GitHub
Erik Sundell
Erik Sundell
GitHub LinkedIn Twitter

Inaugural Cohort (Former Steering Council Members)

Damian Avila
Damian Avila
GitHub
Matthias Bussonnier
Matthias Bussonnier
GitHub
Sylvain Corlay
Sylvain Corlay
GitHub
Afshin Darian
Afshin Darian
GitHub
Jonathan Frederic
Jonathan Frederic
GitHub
Brian Granger
Brian Granger
GitHub
Jason Grout
Jason Grout
Personal Website GitHub Mastodon
Jessica Hamrick
Jessica Hamrick
GitHub
Paul Ivanov
Paul Ivanov
GitHub
Thomas Kluyver
Thomas Kluyver
GitHub
Kyle Kelley
Kyle Kelley
GitHub
M Pacer
M Pacer
GitHub
Peter Parente
Peter Parente
GitHub
Fernando Pérez
Fernando Pérez
GitHub
Min Ragan-Kelley
Min Ragan-Kelley
GitHub
Ana Ruvalcaba
Ana Ruvalcaba
GitHub
Steven Silvester
Steven Silvester
GitHub
Carol Willing
Carol Willing
GitHub

Martha Cryan
Martha Cryan
Mito
GitHub
Jason Grout
Jason Grout
Databricks
Personal Website GitHub Mastodon
Ana Ruvalcaba
Ana Ruvalcaba
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
GitHub
Rollin Thomas
Rollin Thomas
Berkeley Lab
Personal Website GitHub LinkedIn Twitter

Trademark Subcommittee Members

Brian Granger
Brian Granger
Amazon Web Services
GitHub
Jason Grout
Jason Grout
Databricks
Personal Website GitHub Mastodon
Tim George
Tim George
Cal Poly
GitHub
Paul Ivanov
Paul Ivanov
GitHub
Min Ragan-Kelley
Min Ragan-Kelley
Simula Research Lab
GitHub
William Stein
William Stein
SageMath
GitHub

Sponsors

Project Jupyter receives direct funding from the following sources:

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