The cheminfo system has contributors all around the world.
Luc Patiny, head of the cheminformatics service at EPFL, manages the deployment of the ELN at EPFL and is founder of the project. With a background in organic chemistry and structural analysis Luc is interested in chemical information for over 20 years and strongly involved in the development of open-source tools accessible directly from the web browser.
Kevin is a PhD student in Berend Smit’s lab at EPFL and interested in using data to make new discoveries in materials science.
Michaël graduated in forensic sciences at UNIL. He is co-founder and maintainer of the cheminfo and mljs ecosystem. He is active contributor and member of the Technical Steering Committee of Node.js. He is CEO of Zakodium.
Daniel graduated in Life Sciences engineering at EPFL. He is software developer at Zakodium.
Sebastian has a degree in professional web development from UCA. He is software developer at Zakodium.
Damien is a chemical data specialist. He first worked on the development of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) applied to organic compounds and natural products of pharmacological interest and then funded and coordinated the NMReDATA initiative. Since 2020, he co-chairs at IUPAC working group developing recommendations for spectroscopic data at the international level.
Norman has been the developer of the visualizer library that is used to build the frontend of the cheminfo ELN. He is fullstack engineer at Centre Suisse d’Electronique et de Microtechnique
Océane is a student in microengineering.
Is a contributor to the openchemlib library.
Jefferson is a Data Scientist at Grupodot and has been contributing to machine learning and image analysis libraries.
Hamed is a software engineer at University of Cologne and develops nmrium.
Johannes is research associate at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz and member of the nfdi4chem consortium.
Julien is a professor of computational spectroscopy at Murdoch University. His interests are NMR automation and the study of complex mixture using tools of cheminformatics.
Jessica is a polymer chemist involved in the development of MSPolyCalc.
The cheminfo ecosystem is grateful for support from many organizations. The development was financially supported by industrial partners and some of the packages are maintaned with the help of industrial partners. Cheminfo is also supported in its mission by the NCCR MARVEL, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. Cheminfo and the NCCR MARVEL strive to align their open science infrastructures.