SimGrid is a joint project between University of Hawaii at Manoa, LIG Laboratory (INRIA MEScal project, Grenoble, France) and University of Nancy (INRIA Algorille project, Nancy, France). The authors of SimGrid are:
- Henri Casanova <:cs.ucsd.edu> (Information and Computer Sciences Department, University of Hawai`i at Manoa)
- Arnaud Legrand <:imag.fr> (CNRS, LIG Laboratory (Grenoble, France), INRIA MEScal project)
- Martin Quinson <:loria.fr> (University of Nancy I (Nancy, France), LORIA Laboratory, INRIA Algorille project)
- Fred Suter <:cc.in2p3.fr> (CNRS, IN2P3 Computing Center)
Current and past project members
- Marion Guthmuller: PhD about intercepting systems calls in order to simulate them (2011-???)
- Laurent Bobelin: Various contributions, ranging from the new (2010) platform description format to being the proud (nowadays) main maintainer of this website.
- Lucas Schnorr: maintainer (and author) of the Triva tool, which really helps understanding a simulation output
- Pierre Navarro: engineer, works on various issues such as packaging, platform parsing and so on
- Pierre-Nicolas Clauss: Worked on SMPI during is PhD.
- Lionel Eyraud-dubois: Vivaldi-based simulation of P2P systems.
- Stéphane Genaud: works on SMPI too.
- Mark Stilwell: wrote SMPI during his PhD. Thesis in Hawai`i (2006-???)
- Pedro Velho: wrote the Lagrange solver to improve the network sharing in SURF during his PhD. Thesis in Grenoble (2006-2011).
- Cristian Rosa: First model-checking abilities, for safety properties, and parallel simulation. Phd thesis in Nancy (2008-2011).
- Bruno Donassolo: wrote SIMIX during his master internship in Grenoble. Ported GRAS and MSG to SIMIX. (2007)
- Kayo Fujiwara: wrote the gtnets interface with SURF during her master at Hawai`i and studied the cost and accuracy of network simulation in the simgrid framework (2006-2007).
- Malek Cherrier: ported the environment to Windows, designed the Java bindings and worked on the software quality during a two year engineer position in the INRIA
Grand Est (2006-2008).
- Christophe Thiery: brought back the old SG to life with SimDag during a two months internship (june-july 2006) in the INRIA Grand Est.
- Loris Marchal: designed the algorithm for simulation TCP bandwidth-sharing during a two-month internship (june-july 2002) in UCSD.
- Julien Lerouge: wrote a XML parser for ENV descriptions and helped for the general design during a 4 months internship (march-june 2002) in the ENS-Lyon.
- Clément Menier and Marc Perache: wrote a prototype of the MSG interface during a project at ENS-Lyon (jan 2002).
- Dmitrii Zagorodnov: wrote some parts of the first version of SimGrid (1999) at University of California at San Diego.
Many (>100) users have published papers that include SimGrid generated results. To all of you, thank you for using our software!