- Matthew Shelley, PhD Student at Imperial College London
- Nicolas Poilvert, PhD Student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Daniel Aberg (LLNL, USA) for the POV-Ray routines
- Lampros Andrinopoulos, Nicholas D. M. Hine and Arash A. Mostofi (Imperial College) for the w90vdw code
- David Strubbe (MIT, USA): various bugfixes/improvements
- Gabriele Sclauzero (ETH Zurich) for the k-sphere disentanglement routines
- Rei Sakuma (Lund University, Sweden): Symmetry-adapted Wannier functions
- Yusuke Nomura (U. Tokyo, JP): Symmetry-adapted Wannier functions
- Takashi Koretsune (Riken, JP): Symmetry-adapted Wannier functions, non-collinear spin with ultrasoft in pw2wannier90
- Lorenzo Paulatto (UPMC Paris, FR): Improvements to the interpolation routines, non-collinear spin with ultrasoft in pw2wannier90
- Florian Thole (ETHZ, CH): non-collinear spin with ultrasoft in pw2wannier90
- Pablo Garcia Fernandez (Unican, ES): Matrix elements of the position operator
- Dominik Gresch (ETHZ, CH): FORD infrastructure for code documentation
- Samuel Ponce (Oxford University, UK): Test suite for Wannier90
- Marco Gibertini (EPFL, CH): Improvements to the interpolation routines
- Christian Stieger (ETHZ, CH): Routine to print the U matrices
- Stepan Tsirkin (Universidad del Pais Vasco, Spain): bug fixes in the berry module
We gratefully acknowledge Marco Buongiorno Nardelli for the dosqc v1.0 subroutines for the calculation of the density of states and the quantum transport, upon which transport.f90 is based.
Thanks also to all those involved in writing code to interface Wannier90 to electronic structure codes such as PWscf, AbInit, VASP, Wien2k, Fleur and Siesta.
The Wannier Developers' Group is comprised of the Wannier90 and Wannier77 authors: Arash Mostofi, Jonathan Yates, Young-Su Lee, Giovanni Pizzi, Nicola Marzari, Ivo Souza and David Vanderbilt.