The Julia group at MIT

Julia is a programming language created by Jeff Bezanson, Alan Edelman, Stefan Karpinski, and Viral B. Shah in 2009. First released to the public in 2012, Julia has since become the product of hundreds of developers across the globe.

Today, a small group of researchers reside at MIT and focus on theoretical and numerical aspects of the core Julia language, base library, and several other packages. Current activities center around data science applications, numerical linear algebra, parallel computing, and type theory.

Current members

Alumni

Collaborators

The Julia group is grateful for numerous collaborations at MIT and around the world.

Collaborators at MIT include: