Acknowledgments

We are very grateful for your continuing support for LiberTEM!

Please help us keeping these lists up-to-date and complete! If you feel that you should be listed here, please contact us. We are grateful for every contribution, and if your contribution is not listed here we’d like to extend our apologies and update this as soon as possible.

Creators

The following people in alphabetical order contributed to source code, documentation, design and management following our Authorship policy.

Anand Baburajan (Government Engineering College Sreekrishnapuram) ORCID GitHub

Various GUI fixes

Abijith Bahuleyan (Government Engineering College Sreekrishnapuram) ORCID GitHub

Bug fixes, documentation

Jan Caron (Jülich Research Centre, Ernst Ruska Centre) ORCID GitHub

Discussions, advanced color wheel for vector field visualization

Rahul Chandra (Chandigarh University) ORCID GitHub

Test and update of examples

Alexander Clausen (Jülich Research Centre, Ernst Ruska Centre) ORCID GitHub

System design, engineering, implementation, documentation, management, majority of the code

Shankhadeep Dey (Siliguri Institute of Technology) GitHub

Added types to libertem.api.Context #643

Rafal E. Dunin-Borkowski (Jülich Research Centre, Ernst Ruska Centre) ORCID

Scientific advisory, resources, discussion, publications

Sayandip Halder (Jadavpur University) ORCID GitHub

Modifying the documentation to make it more user-friendly

Barnaby D.A. Levin (Direct Electron) ORCID GitHub

Discussions, ensuring compatibility with data from Direct Electron cameras

Vadim Migunov (RWTH Aachen University, Jülich Research Centre, Ernst Ruska Centre) ORCID GitHub

Scientific advisory, discussion, sample data, binning prototype, holography features

Knut Müller-Caspary (Jülich Research Centre, Ernst Ruska Centre) ORCID

Scientific advisory, discussion, sample data regarding strain mapping, sample code for MIB reader

Magnus Nord (University of Antwerp) ORCID GitHub

Discussions, tests, code in related projects

Colin Ophus (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) ORCID GitHub

Discussions, sample code for K2 reader, overview of related projects, reference files

Simon Peter GitHub

Help with setting up AppImage building and Continuous Integration

Karina Ruzaeva (Jülich Research Centre, Ernst Ruska Centre) ORCID GitHub

Fast diffraction analysis

Jay van Schyndel (Monash University eResearch Centre) GitHub

Fix issue 80 to allow container deployment

Jaeweon Shin (ETH Zürich) GitHub

Single pass numerically stable standard deviation

Sai Sunku (Columbia University) GitHub

Bug fixes

Dieter Weber (Jülich Research Centre, Ernst Ruska Centre) ORCID GitHub

Management, requirements analysis, system design, testing, documentation, communication

Contributions

The following people in alphabetical order contributed to the LiberTEM project in other ways.

@theassassin GitHub

Help with setting up AppImage building and Continuous Integration

Juri Barthel (FZ Jülich)

Discussions, compatibility with Dr. Probe

Reimar Bauer (FZ Jülich)

Help with Google Summer of Code 2019 and 2020

Julian Becker (X-Spectrum)

Discussions, system design, funding applications

Andreas Beckmann (X-Spectrum)

Discussions, system design, funding applications

Robert Bücker (MPSD)

Discussions, sample files

Phillip Crout (pyXem)

Discussions, work towards mutual compatibility.

Simeon Ehrig (HZDR) GitHub

Discussions, ptychography integration concepts, GPU integration concepts

Alberto Eljarrat Ascunce (HU Berlin) GitHub

Nion Swift hackathon, feedback and discussions

Peter Ercius (Berkeley Lab)

Re-licensing ncempy under MIT license to allow using it in the IO part of LiberTEM, enabling full K2IS raw file, DM3/DM4, and SER support.

Caroline Fuery (Microscopy Australia)

Discussions, supporting deployment on Australian eResearch infrastructure

Patrick Furhmann (DESY)

Discussions, system architecture

John Gaida (Göttingen University) GitHub

Help with Norpix SEQ support #153 #767

Wojtek James Goscinski (Monash)

Discussions, supporting deployment on Australian eResearch infrastructure

Giulio Guzzinati (U Antwerp)

Discussions and publication https://arxiv.org/abs/1902.06979 leading to the affine transformation strain map

Benedikt Haas (HU Berlin) GitHub

Nion Swift hackathon, discussions, bug reports

Chris Hines (Monash)

Discussions, supporting deployment on Australian eResearch infrastructure

Lothar Houben (Weizmann)

Discussions

Martin Huth (PNDetector)

Discussions, sample files, documentation for implementing FRMS6 support

Pete Jemian (NeXus project)

Discussions and support regarding NeXus file format

Duncan N. Johnstone (pyXem)

Discussions, work towards mutual compatibility.

Christoph Koch (HU Berlin)

Discussions

Matus Krajnak (Quantum Detectors)

Bug report and fix regarding MIB format

Alexander Krings (FZ Jülich)

Discussions, requirements description

Weng I Lei (Gatan)

Discussions, Python support in GMS

Anastasiia Lesnichaia (FZ Jülich)

Prototyping for scalable implementation of Single Side Band ptychography, WIP

Penghan Lu (FZ Jülich)

Scientific advisory, discussion, sample data

Ian MacLaren (U Glasgow)

Sample data for peak selector example, discussions, advisory

Christoph Mahr (U Bremen)

Discussions leading to the full frame refinement code

Shane McCartan (U Glasgow)

Sample data for peak selector example

Heide Meissner (HZDR)

Discussions, funding applications

Andreas Mittelberger (Nion) GitHub

Nion Swift integration; feedback and discussions

Grigore Moldovan (Point Electronic)

Discussions

Johannes Müller (HU Berlin)

Nion Swift Hackathon, Discussions

Eduardo Nebot (Quantum Detectors)

Support, discussions, sample files, funding applications

Liam O’Ryan (Quantum Detectors)

Support, discussions, sample files, funding applications

Terri Oda (Python Software Foundation) GitHub

Managing GSoC 2019 and 2020 under the umbrella of the Python Software Foundation

Ana Pakzad (Gatan)

Discussions, support for implementing K2 raw file format

Thomas C. Pekin (HU Berlin) GitHub

Nion Swift hackathon, feedback and discussions

Francisco de la Peña (Lille)

Discussions

Tobias Richter (NeXus project)

Discussions and support regarding NeXus file format

Robert Ritz (PNDetector)

Discussions, sample files, documentation for implementing FRMS6 support

Kunt Sander (DESY)

Discussions, system architecture

Marcel Schloz (HU Berlin)

Nion Swift hackathon, feedback and discussions

Michael Schuh (DESY)

Discussions, system architecture

Sherjeel Shabih (HU Berlin) GitHub

Nion Swift hackathon, feedback and discussions

Martin Simson (PNDetector)

Discussions, sample files, documentation for implementing FRMS6 support

Andy Stewart (U Limerick)

Discussions

Murali Sukumaran (HZM)

Discussions, funding applications

Eugene Sweeney (Iambic Innovation)

Discussions, proposal review

Jo Verbeeck (U Antwerp)

Open data https://zenodo.org/record/2566137

Paul Voyles (U Wisconsin)

Discussions

Benjamin Watts (PSI)

Help and sample files towards a NeXus Application Definition for pixelated STEM.

Roger Wepf (U Queensland)

Discussions, supporting deployment on Australian eResearch infrastructure

Jacob Wilbrink (Gatan)

Discussions, support for implementing K2 raw file format

Lance Wilson (Monash)

Discussions, supporting deployment on Australian eResearch infrastructure

Florian Winkler (FZ Jülich)

Discussions, requirements description

Markus Wollgarten (HZB)

Discussions, funding applications

Wolfgang zu Castell (HZM)

Discussions, funding applications

Code licensing

Parts of the SEQ reader are based on the PIMS project, which has the following license:

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Funding

LiberTEM kindly acknowledges funding and support from the following sources:

ERC Proof-of-Concept grant VIDEO

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This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 780487).

CritCat

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 686053.

ESTEEM3

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 823717 – ESTEEM3.

ERC Synergy grant 3D MAGiC

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This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 856538).

moreSTEM

Helmholtz Gemeinschaft Deutscher Forschungszentren

We gratefully acknowledge funding from the Initiative and Networking Fund of the Helmholtz Association within the Helmholtz Young Investigator Group moreSTEM under Contract No. VH-NG-1317 at Forschungszentrum Jülich in Germany.

Ptychography 4.0

Helmholtz Gemeinschaft Deutscher Forschungszentren

We gratefully acknowledge funding from the Information & Data Science Pilot Project “Ptychography 4.0” of the Helmholtz Association.

Google Summer of Code

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We kindly acknowledge funding from Google Summer of Code 2019 under the umbrella of the Python software foundation.

Gatan Inc.

Gatan Inc.

STEMx equipment and software for 4D STEM data acquisition with K2 IS camera courtesy of Gatan Inc.

Forschungszentrum Jülich, Ernst-Ruska Centrum

Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

Forschungszentrum Jülich is supporting LiberTEM with funding for personnel, access to its infrastructure and administrative support.