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Contributors and sponsors

 

Over its more than two decade of development, many people have contributed to the development of MonetDB, as architects, code developers or as guinea pigs, while developing applications on top of the often fragile development code base. MonetDB wouldn't have come to life without this dedication and involvement. Their names should be engraved in stone, but bits is all we have. Nameless and countless, but equally important are the people on the mailing lists, challenging us with bugs, feature requests, and being happy users.

Active core contributors
Martin Kersten 1993- MonetDB  architect and developer Monet3 and MonetDB 5
Peter Boncz 1994- MonetDB  architect and developer Monet4, XQuery, XUpdate,RDF
Niels Nes 1996- MonetDB architect and developer SQL front end
Stefan Manegold 1997- MonetDB architect and developer XQuery, Test Web, Quality Assurance,
Sjoerd Mullender 2002- ODBC, XUpdate, Windows installers, Release Management
Fabian Groffen 2004-2012 JDBC, PHP, Mapi, SQL+M5 Authorisation, Merovingian, User Support
Milena Ivanova 2005- Skyserver, Recycler, Octopus
Ying Zhang 2005- XRPC, SciQL
Arjen de Rijke 2007- Skyserver, website
Romulo Goncalves 2006- Replication, SQL, DataCell, Cyclotron
Hannes Muhleisen 2012- MonetDB/R
Lefteris Sidirourgos 2007- Imprints, RDF, XML,Sampling
Tina Grace 2009- Designer of logo and website, branding advisor
Yagiz Kargin 2011- Data vault
Pham Duc 2011- RDF store
Thibaut Sellam 2012- Bleau query advisor
Eleni Petraki 2011- Adaptive indexing
Mrunal Gawade 2011- Multicore optimization
Bart Scheers 2008- LOFAR database
Robin Cijvat 2013- BAM loader
 
Past Major Contributors
Stratos Idreos 2006-2013 Database cracking
Gijs Molenaar 2009-2010 Native Python API
Gabriele Modena 2009-2010 Native Ruby and PHP interfaces
Carel van den Berg 1994-1998 ODMG front end
Wilco Quak 1994-2000 GIS modules
Jonas Karlsson 1997-2001 SDDSs, dynamic loadable modules
Florian Waas 1997-2001 dynamic loadable modules
Menzo Windhouwer 1998-2005 URL, crawlers, Saxophone, Zeep(Sop)
Arjen de Vries 1998-2008 Various Multimedia Retrieval Modules
Albrecht Schmidt 1999-2003 XML storage
Peter Bosch 2000-2001 quad-trees
Martin van Dinther 2002 ODBC driver
Alex van Ballegooij 2000-2005 RAM front end (array query language)
Johan List 2001-2003 XML storage and retrieval
Wouter Alink 2005 XQuery web site
Tim Ruhl 1999-2006 bug fixing at Data Distilleries
Steffen Goeldner 2004-2008 The Perl API
Marcin Zukowski 2004-2009 X100
Wouter Scherphof 2006 Open-GIS, GEOM
Marco Antonelli 2008 RDF
Erietta Liarou 2006-2012 DataCell
   

 

 

Sponsors

The development of MonetDB has been made available by subsidies of several organizations. We are grateful to acknowledge them:

  1. The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) the open competition project Magnum (1993-1998).
  2. The European Commission for the ESPRIT-III project Pythagoras (1992-1995), the ESPRIT-IV projects Mercury (1996-1998) and Keso (1996-1998).
  3. The High Performance Computing Netherlands (HPCN) project IMPACT (1996-1999).
  4. The Telematics Institute for funding the national project Digital Media Warehouses (1998-2003).
  5. The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) for the AMIS project (1997-2001).
  6. The Ministry of Economic Affairs providing the means through the project MIA (1999-2003) and the Ministry of Education of the Netherlands providing the means using MultimediaN (2004-2009), and Bricks (2004-2009).
  7. The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) for their support in the Focus program, project Cracking a scientific database (2006-2010).
  8. The European Erasmus program for internships.
  9. The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) on Graph Databases (2009-2013).
  10. The KP -7 project EMILI for their support in streaming data in SCADA systems (2009-2012).
  11. The KP-7 project TELEIOS geared at remote sensing applications (2010-2013).
  12. The KP-7 project PlanetData aimed at Linked-Open-Data initiative (2010-2013).
  13. The KP-7 project LOD2 aimed at scaleable Linked-Open-Data (2010-2014).
  14. The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) for their material support on the SciLens infrastructure (2011).
  15. The COMMIT project (2011-2015).
  16. The European FET Flagship programme Human Brain Project (2013-).
  17. The KP-7 LEO project on agriculture.
  18. The KP-7 CoherentPaas project on Cloud based Database as a service.