Steve Allen

Steve holds a Ph.D. in Physics with an emphasis on strongly correlated particles. As a postdoctoral fellow, he specialized in computer vision research and development. Before joining Enthought, Steve worked for ten years at the Universite de Sherbrooke as a Scientific Programming Analyst in support of research projects from various disciplines. He engineered a number of computer applications for high performance clusters. He is broadly interested in code parallelization, optimization and developing algorithms.

Eric Anderson

Eric earned his Ph.D. in nuclear physics and M.S. in physics from The Ohio State University, as well as a B.S. in both physics and mathematics from the University of Kentucky.  His graduate research focused on applications of numerical renormalization group methods to the ab-initio computational solution of the nuclear many-body problem.  Prior to joining Enthought, Eric held a post-doctoral research position at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he worked on the development of lattice Quantum Monte Carlo methods and their application to diverse quantum systems.

Stefano Borini

Stefano holds a Ph.D. in quantum chemistry from Ferrara University in Italy and Paul Sabatier University in France, where he specialized in ab-initio perturbation theory, localized orbitals techniques, and their software implementation and integration. He focused his expertise toward scientific programming, working in both industrial and academic environments for quantum chemistry, material science, and bioinformatics.

Alexandre Chabot-Leclerc

Alexandre Chabot-Leclerc holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark. His graduate research was in the field of hearing research, where he developed models of human speech perception. Alexandre's interests include teaching, psychoacoustics, and rock climbing.

Kit Choi

Kit holds a B.S. in physics from Chinese University of Hong Kong and Ph.D. in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences from Princeton University.  Prior to joining Enthought, Kit worked on numerical simulations of the Earth climate dynamics, cloud formation, laser optics and neutrino detection.  Apart from typing and scribbling at the computer desk, she was also in the machine shop lathing and milling tools for instrumental experiments.

Andrew Collette

Before joining Enthought, Andrew worked as a experimental physicist at the University of Colorado’s IMPACT hypervelocity accelerator facility, studying the effects of high-speed micrometeoroid impacts on planetary surfaces and spacecraft.  Andrew is the founder of the HDF5 for Python (h5py) software project, and while in Colorado operated a small consulting company focused on HDF and LabVIEW-based software.  He holds a Ph.D. in plasma physics from UCLA, where he worked on expanding laser-produced plasmas at the Basic Plasma Science Facility.

Jim Corson

Jim holds a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from the University of Virginia. His graduate work focused on the organization of sensory nerve afferents in the rodent brainstem. Before joining Enthought, Jim was a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Michigan using electrophysiology and optogenetics to investigate the organization of neural circuits in the rodent brainstem. During this time, he developed open-source hardware and software to control the acquisition of and analyze laser-scanning photostimulation synaptic mapping experiments. 
 

David Cournapeau

David graduated with a MsC in EE from Telecom Paristech, Paris in 2004, and obtained his PhD in Computer Science at Kyoto University, Japan, in the domain of speech recognition. He is a long-time contributor to NumPy and SciPy, and also started what would become the scikit-learn package for machine learning during summer 2007. He joined Enthought during the summer 2011, after having worked for Silveregg, a SaaS Japanese company delivering recommendation systems for some of the biggest Japanese online retailers.

Mark Dickinson

Mark received a B.A. in pure and applied mathematics from the University of Cambridge and a Ph.D. in pure mathematics from Harvard. He has held teaching and research positions at the University of Michigan, the University of Pittsburgh, and the National University of Ireland, Galway. Mark is a member of the Python core development team, and has worked on much of Python's numeric code.

Tim Diller

Tim holds a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, specializing in thermal and fluid sciences. He has worked in the automotive industry with emissions measurement, modeling, and control in addition to vehicle dynamics modeling and simulation. He comes to us from a post-doctoral research position at the University of Texas, where he developed a numerical model and simulation of thermal transport processes in the laser sintering rapid-prototyping process at the LFF

Robin Dunn

Robin Dunn, the creator and maintainer of wxPython, has been working in the software industry for more than 2 decades in a wide variety of application disciplines, from medical records to telecoms to business applications, both server-side and client-side. He discovered both wxWidgets and Python in 1995 while looking for a cross platform toolkit for C++ and has used Python and wx whenever possible since then, and in the process has become a strong proponent of Open Source. Robin has a B.S. degree in Computer Science from Brigham Young University, is the co-author of the first book about wxPython, wxPython In Action, and spends most of his time in Vancouver, Washington, USA.

Chris Farrow

Chris has a background in computational physics, which he has applied to various problems in materials science. Chris earned his Ph.D. in physics at Michigan State University, where he investigated the dynamics of correlated percolation and methods for combining complimentary structural information to determine the atomic structure of materials. At Michgan State, and later Columbia University, Chris was a member of the DANSE diffraction team and helped develop the DiffPy package for diffraction analysis.

Brendon Hall

Brendon has a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a B.Eng. in mechanical engineering and B.Sc. in computer science from Western University in Canada.  His graduate research focused on the numerical simulation of sediment transport by turbidity currents.  Before joining Enthought, Brendon worked as a research scientist in the energy industry on projects including process based geologic modeling, computational geomechanics, uncertainty analysis for asset development, and the development of an application framework for quantitative interpretation.

Simon Jagoe

Simon received his B.S. in Electrical and Information Engineering from the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa. Simon is an experienced scientific software developer in a range of fields, from clinical research to mining.

Eric Jones

Eric has a broad background in engineering and software development and leads Enthought's product engineering and software design. Prior to co-founding Enthought, Eric worked in the fields of numerical electromagnetics and genetic optimization in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Duke University. He has taught numerous courses about Python and how to use it for scientific computing. He also serves as a member of the Python Software Foundation. Eric holds M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Duke University in electrical engineering and a B.S.E. in mechanical engineering from Baylor University.

Robert Kern

Robert majored in geophysics at Caltech. He is major contributor to a variety of open source initiatives including NumPy, SciPy, grin, and line_profiler.

Steven Kern

Steven earned B.S. degrees in biology and mathematics at the University of Maryland and is currently pursuing a M.S. in Statistics at Texas A&M University. Before joining Enthought he worked in biostatistics for medical research and biodefense. His interests include experimental design, Bayesian estimation, statistical plotting, and minimizing the boundaries between researchers and informative inferences on their data.

Jonathan March

Jonathan brings decades of experience developing real-time data collection, signal analysis, and interactive exploratory data analysis. He collaborated and published extensively on basic sleep research at UC San Francisco and Davis.

Prashant Mital

Prashant earned a B.E. in mechanical engineering from BITS Pilani, and a M.S.E in engineering mechanics from the University of Texas at Austin. His graduate work focused on developing scalable models of flow and fracture mechanisms in reservoirs. After a successful internship during summer 2015, he joined the company full-time in January 2016. In his spare time, Prashant dabbles in photography and remains active in his alma mater’s local alumni chapter.

Dillon Niederhut

Dillon Niederhut holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of California at Berkeley. His graduate research was in computational semantics and advanced neuroimaging applications, and he taught graduate-level classes in R and Python. Prior to joining Enthought, Dillon developed heterogeneous processing and analytics pipelines for Berkeley's Data Lab. Outside of the office, he contributes to several open-source initiatives, including Mozilla Science Lab, Bayes Impact, and Open Austin.

Pankaj Pandey

Pankaj earned his Bachelor and Master of Technology in Aerospace Engineering from IIT Bombay. Prior to joining Enthought, he worked on smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) modeling. For his masters research, Pankaj implemented load balancing and solid mechanics in the PySPH framework for SPH simulations.

Didrik Pinte

Didrik Pinte brings us his broad experience in data management and software development. Prior to working with Enthought, Didrik ran his own company providing data management solutions in the environmental sector. He also worked as a research assistant during 4 years at Catholic University of Louvain (UCL) in Belgium. His research there focused on the development of integrated water resource management applications with Python. Didrik holds a M.S. degree from UCL in Agricultural Engineering as well as a M.S degree from UCL in Management.

Jenni Portman

Jenni received a M.S. in solid state physics from the University of Milan Bicocca and a Ph.D. in applied and computational physics from Michigan State University. Her research focused on modeling and optimising a high brightness electron microscope and using ab-initio techniques to simulate measurements taken with this instrument. She also brings in years of experience in teaching coding and physics.

Rahul Poruri

Rahul graduated with a Dual Degree (B.S. & M.S.) in Physics from IIT Madras. Rahul is interested in astronomy and astrophysics and his thesis project was on numerically evaluating various models describing the early universe to estimate parameters, parameters that can be crosschecked using observations. In his spare time, he writes code that visualizes physics concepts.

Prabhu Ramachandran

Prabhu Ramachandran has been a faculty member at the Department of Aerospace Engineering, IIT Bombay, since 2005. His research interests are primarily in particle methods and applied scientific computing. He has been active in the FOSS community for more than a decade. He co-founded the Chennai Linux User Group in 1998 and is the creator, and lead developer of Mayavi. He has contributed to the Python wrappers of the Visualization Toolkit. Prabhu has a Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering from IIT Madras. He is an active member of the SciPy community as well as a member the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics and a nominated member of the Python Software Foundation.

Joe Rivera

Joe received a B.S. in computer science from the University of Texas at Austin. He has a background in scientific visualization and high performance computing in various domains. Before joining Enthought, he had been involved in software development projects ranging from the visualization and modeling of biological phenomena to seismic interpretation. Joe's interests include software engineering, graphics algorithms, parallel computing, and decentralized computing.

Senganal Thirunavukkarasu

Senganal majored in civil engineering at IIT Madras and received  his PhD in computational mechanics from North Carolina State University. His graduate research was centered around the development of efficient and accurate absorbing (reflection-less) boundary conditions for wave propagation in discrete and periodic media with applications to concurrent multi-scale simulations, fast solvers for the scalar wave equation, among others. More broadly, he is interested in all aspects of computational science and is looking to gain experience working on real-world problems.

Ioannis Tziakos

Ioannis has a background in physics and holds a M.S. in electronics from the University of Patras, Greece. He earned his Ph.D. in electronic engineering at Queen Mary, University of London, UK, where he investigated graph-based manifold learning approaches to address the novelty detection problem for video surveillance scenarios. He is an experienced researcher with published work in the field of graph-based dimensionality reduction methods and their application to high-dimensional pattern recognition problems such as image and video analysis.

Joris Vankerschaver

Joris has a Ph.D. in applied mathematics from Ghent University in Belgium and has held research positions at Caltech, the University of California, San Diego, and Imperial College before joining Enthought. He has published extensively about dynamical systems and hydrodynamics and has developed fast numerical algorithms for curve matching and for the geometric integration of hydrodynamical systems.

Jordan Weaver

Jordan holds a B.S. in physics from Louisiana State University and Ph.D. in nuclear engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. His graduate research involved using Python to develop detection systems that improved environmental radionuclide monitoring for nuclear weapons test ban treaty verification. Prior to joining Enthought, Jordan worked in Washington, D.C. as a Program Scientist and Science Fellow for one of the nation's largest environmental NGOs, where he focused on improving the safety and economics of the existing nuclear fuel cycle through interactions with the DOE, U.S. NRC, and other government agencies, as well as conducting research that examined the proliferation and environmental risks of emerging nuclear technologies.

Corran Webster

Corran obtained his B.S. from the University of New South Wales and his Ph.D. in pure mathematics from UCLA. He has held teaching positions at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas as well as Texas A & M. His academic areas of concentration included functional analysis and operator algebras. As Chief Scientist at Compudigm International, Corran worked on enterprise data visualization and redictive modeling using self-organizing maps. Corran has been programming in Python since 1995, when he was a teaching assistant in UCLA's Program in Computing courses.