Alexandre Gramfort is a researcher at Inria. He has been a core contributor to scikit-learn since 2009. He is an expert in machine learning, optimization algorithms and scientific computing in Python.
Adrin Jalali is an open source developer at Anaconda, with a background in computer science and bioinformatics. He is an active member of the PyData community and has been contributing to scikit-learn since 2018.
Andreas C. Müller is a Principal Research SDE at Microsoft.. He is the author of the book “Introduction to machine learning with Python”. He has been a core contributor to scikit-learn since 2011.
Joel Nothman has been helping to maintain Scikit-learn since 2013, when he was completing his PhD in Natural Language Processing at the University of Sydney. He now works in a technical leadership role at the Sydney Informatics Hub, consulting, engineering and teaching to enhance data-driven research at the same university.
Gaël Varoquaux is a machine-learning researcher at Inria. He is an expert in regularization, optimization, and embeddings. He has been core contributor to scikit-learn since 2009 and a contributor to the scientific Python ecosystem since 2004. Gaël is in charge of scikit-learn operations at the foundation.
The core contributors of scikit-learn are also consulted to set the list of priorities on which the foundation staff will focus on.
Jérémie du Boisberranger is a research engineer in machine learning. He has original training in theoretical physics. He is a scikit-learn core developer since 2019.
Olivier Grisel is our technical lead. He has been a core contributor to scikit-learn since 2010. He is expert in machine learning, teaching deep learning at École Polytechnique and Université Paris Saclay.
Guillaume Lemaître is a research engineer. He has a PhD in computer science and is a scikit-learn core developer since 2017.
Chiara Marmo is our “community and operation manager”: she leads our community. She has a PhD in astronomy has been a research engineer in planetary science for 15 years before joining the foundation. She has a strong investment in citizen science and open-source for science.
David Margery is a senior software engineer at Inria. He manages the promotion of Open Source software development at Inria (InriaSoft) and is the link and referrer for the scikit-learn team at Inria.
Olivier Trebucq senior business engineer at Inria, managed the operations during the set up of the Consortium. He is now active in the Inria Alumni network.