Recent Changes - Search:





Easy Java/Javascript Simulations is the exclusive copyright of its author, Francisco Esquembre, who distributes it under a GNU GPL license.

The Javascript library that supports the Javascript flavour of EJS is copyright of Francisco Esquembre and Félix Jesús García Clemente.

However, Easy Java/Javascript Simulations, in its current version, is the result of a project that has been carried out for several years and under different conceptions and implementations. For this reason, it owes a lot to contributions from several groups of people.

Easy Java/Javascript Simulations is part of the Open Source Physics project, created by Wolfgang Christian, Davidson College, North Carolina, USA.

Here is a list of contributors in alphabetical order:

  • Doug Brown, Cabrillo College, California, USA.
  • Wolfgang Christian, Davidson College, North Carolina, USA.
  • Fu-Kwun Hwang, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan.
  • Howard Kistler, Hexidec (for eKit, the HTML editor used for the Description pages).
  • Pat Niemeyer ( and other developers of BeanShell, the parser used for syntax checking.
  • José Sánchez, Gonzalo Farias, and Héctor Vargas, National University for Distance Education, Spain.
  • Frank F. Schweickert, AMSTEL Institute, University of Amsterdam, The Nederlands (for his contributions to setting up this Wiki).
  • Yuri B. Senichenkov and Andrei Goussev, Saint Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia (for the DoPri and Radau ODE solvers).

The different translations are due to:

  • English and Spanish: Francisco Esquembre, Universidad de Murcia, Spain.
  • Catalan: Paco Rivière,, Freelance Consultant.

Icons are taken from different sources. I hope to be able to give credits to all those who deserve it, including:

The development of EJS and of this Wiki has been funded by several institutions and administrations. Among them:

  • The Spanish Ministry of Research, through several research grants (since ever!)
  • The Seneca Foundation (Regional Research Agency of the Region of Murcia, Spain), through a series of research grants starting in 2003.
  • The Wilhelm und Else Heraeus Stiftung (or Foundation), through a research grant from Sept. 2008 to Sept. 2010.

A special place of honor is, of course, reserved for Paco's family: his wife Araceli and his daughters Araceli and Maria Belén, for all those weekend evenings that he spent (and still spends!) in front of the computer.

Edit - History - Print - Recent Changes - Search
Page last modified on November 02, 2019, at 10:26 AM