Julia Computing was founded in July 2015 by 6 co-founders - the 4 creators of the Julia programming language (Dr. Viral Shah, Prof. Alan Edelman, Dr. Jeff Bezanson, Stefan Karpinski) along with Deepak Vinchhi and Keno Fischer. Julia Computing's mission is to develop products that make Julia easy to use, easy to deploy and easy to scale.
Dr. Viral B. Shah
Co-founder and CEO
Deepak Vinchhi
Co-founder and COO
Prof. Alan Edelman
Co-founder and Chief Scientist
Andrew Claster
Director of Marketing & Communications
Dr. Jeff Bezanson
Co-founder and CTO (Language)
Stefan Karpinski
Co-founder and CTO (Open Source)
Keno Fischer
Co-founder and CTO (Tools)
Avik Sengupta
VP of Engineering
Benn Stratton
Government Programs
Dr. Andreas Noack
Director of Research
Dr. Matt Bauman
Senior Research Scientist
Jameson Nash
Dr. Chris Foster
Dr. Tim Besard
Dr. Patrick Mogensen
Dr. Josh Day
Nishanth Kottary
Dr. Elliot Saba
Dhairya Gandhi
Deepak Suresh
Erik Mayo
Sushil Kumar
Venkatesh Dayananda
Kristoffer Carlsson
Harsha B Mahesh
Pradeep Mudlapur
Tanmay Mohapatra
Sanjeeb Das Gupta
Santosh Mural
Shivaraj Anveri
Abhijith Chandraprabhu
Ravi Madhan
The Julia Computing Family
Julia Computing
Julia is an open-source language for high-performance technical computing and data science created by some of the best minds in mathematical and statistical computing.

Julia has quickly become the preferred programming language for data and analytics. Julia combines the functionality of quantitative environments such as R and Python with the speed of production programming languages like Java and C++ to solve big data and analytics problems. Julia provides parallel and distributed computing capabilities out of the box, and literally infinite scalability with minimal effort. It delivers dramatic improvements in simplicity, speed, capacity, and productivity for data scientists, algorithmic traders, quants, scientists, and engineers who need to solve massive computation problems quickly and accurately.

Julia offers an unbeatable combination of simplicity plus speed that is thousands of times faster than other mathematical, scientific and statistical computing languages.

Partners and users include: IBM, Intel, DARPA, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), MIT Lincoln Labs, Moore Foundation, Nobel Laureate Thomas J. Sargent, Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY), Brazilian National Development Bank (BNDES), BlackRock, Conning, Berkery Noyes, BestX and many of the world's largest investment banks, asset managers, fund managers, foreign exchange analysts, insurers, hedge funds and regulators.

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