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Copyright 2017 The OpenFermion Developers.
OpenFermion ( was developed by:
Ryan Babbush (Google)
Jarrod McClean (Google)
Ian Kivlichan (Harvard)
Kevin J. Sung (University of Michigan)
Damian Steiger (ETH Zurich)
Dave Bacon (Google)
Yudong Cao (Harvard)
Chengyu Dai (University of Michigan)
E. Schuyler Fried (Harvard)
Craig Gidney (Google)
Brendan Gimby (University of Michigan)
Pranav Gokhale (University of Chicago)
Thomas Haener (ETH Zurich)
Tarini Hardikar (Dartmouth)
Vojtech Havlicek (Oxford)
Cupjin Huang (University of Michigan)
Josh Izaac (Xanadu)
Zhang Jiang (NASA)
Xinle Liu (Google)
Sam McArdle (Oxford)
Matthew Neeley (Google)
Thomas O'Brien (Leiden University)
Bryan O'Gorman (UC Berkeley, NASA)
Isil Ozfidan (D-Wave Systems)
Max Radin (UC Santa Barbara)
Jhonathan Romero (Harvard)
Nicholas Rubin (Rigetti)
Daniel Sank (Google)
Nicolas Sawaya (Harvard)
Kanav Setia (Dartmouth)
Hannah Sim (Harvard)
Mark Steudtner (Leiden University)
Qiming Sun (Caltech)
Wei Sun (Google)
Daochen Wang (River Lane Research)
Chris Winkler (University of Chicago)
Fang Zhang (University of Michigan)
OpenFermion developed as a fork of FermiLib with some code from ProjectQ.
Code was forked from development branches of FermiLib and ProjectQ on 9/1/2017.
The original notices from FermiLib and ProjectQ are reproduced below.
FermiLib (
The first release of FermiLib (v0.1a0) was developed by:
Ryan Babbush (Google)
Jarrod McClean (LBNL*)
Damian Steiger (ETH Zurich)
Ian Kivlichan (Harvard)
Thomas Haener (ETH Zurich)
Vojtech Havlicek (Oxford)
Matthew Neeley (Google)
Wei Sun (Google)
*FermiLib Copyright (c) 2017, all contributors including but not limited to
The Regents of the University of California, through Lawrence Berkeley National
Laboratory (subject to receipt of any required approvals from the U.S. Dept. of
Energy). All rights reserved. This Software was developed partially under
funding from the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Government consequently
retains certain rights. As such, the U.S. Government has been granted for
itself and others acting on its behalf a paid-up, nonexclusive, irrevocable,
worldwide license in the Software to reproduce, distribute copies to the public,
prepare derivative works, and perform publicly and display publicly, and to
permit others to do so. This first release (v0.1a0) is licensed under the Apache
License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in
compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at Unless required by applicable law or
agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on
or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.
ProjectQ (
The first release of ProjectQ (v0.1) was developed by Thomas Haener
( and Damian S. Steiger (
at ETH Zurich in 2016.