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QuTiP

Quantum Toolbox in Python

QuTiP Contributors


The development of QuTiP is a community based effort with several developers contributing, or helping to add, many new features to the growing list of QuTiP functions:

Original Developers

Paul Nation

IBM Q
Library designer and main contributor

Robert Johansson

Tokyo, Japan
Library designer and main contributor

Project Governance

The governance process and model for the QuTiP Project can be found here. It contains a charter document.

Admin Team

Alex Pitchford

Aberystwyth University
Main focus: Quantum optimal control, solvers.

Eric Giguère

Université de Sherbrooke
Main focus: Stochastic solvers, code optimization.

Nathan Shammah

RIKEN
Main focus: Symmetrical models, education and outreach.

Shahnawaz Ahmed

Chalmers
Main focus: Machine learning, Non-Markovian dynamics.

Neill Lambert

RIKEN
Main focus: Non-Markovian dynamics, counting statistics.

Boxi Li

Forschungszentrum Juelich
Main focus: Quantum control, Quantum device simulation.

Jake Lishman

Imperial College London
Main focus: Core data model and linear algebra.

Simon Cross

RIKEN
Main focus: Quantum control, machine learning, general maintenance.

Board Members

Anton Frisk Kockum

Chalmers University of Technology


Daniel Burgarth

Macquarie University


Franco Nori

RIKEN / University of Michigan


Rob Johansson

Rakuten


Will Zeng

Unitary Fund

Core Contributors

Arne Grimsmo

Université de Sherbrooke

Chris Grenade

University of Sydney

Additional Developers

  • Denis Vasilyev (Leibniz)
  • Kevin Fischer (Stanford)
  • Anubhav Vardhan (New Dehli, India)
  • Markus Baden (Zurich, Switzerland)
  • Jonathan Zoller (Ulm University)
  • Ben Criger (RWTH Aachen)
  • Ben Bartlett (Stanford)
  • Piotr Migdał (Warsaw, Poland)
For a complete and up-to-date list of contributors, check out the Github pages (code, notebooks).