Contribute to Tudat
Any contribution you have to Tudat is very welcome! This can come in the form of code contributions in C++ or Python, additions to our website, extensions to the API documentation, the writing of example applications, etc. Also, any general advice, ideas, comments, feature request are most welcome! You can use any of the following to work on Tudat and/or reach out:
Post on gitter chat with any question you may have
Post an issue on one of our Github repositories:
Tudat code (C++) in which our functionality is implemented
Tudat space (sphinx) where the markup language that generates this website is located
Join our Slack chat! This is where most of our coding discussion takes place. Send an e-mail to get an invite.
Part of our development workflow is documented on our developer docs. This site is still under construction, and any input is more than welcome!
Below, there is a list of contributors to Tudat. Mostly, these have been staff and students of TU Delft who have worked on Tudat as part of their research project(s) and/or as TAs. Many of them have put a lot of their free time and research time into making Tudat what it is. If you think your name is missing here, please let us know!
Currently and recently active contributors
Carlos Fortuny Lombrana
Maarten van Nistelrooij
Tudat Alumni Hall-of-fame
Kartik Kumar - For starting it all, developing numerous core features, and leading the project through the crucial first few years with huge passion and commitment
Jacco Geul - For supporting Tudat for the duration of his Ph.D. project, resolving more bugs and answering more questions than we can count and professionalizing the setup of the project
Jeroen Melman - For helping to build up the Tudat project in its very first years with code development and project setup, without which it may never have survived