ScalaCenter. For Open Source. For Education
A new not-for-profit center established at EPFL.
Focused on:

Projects that we've worked on

What the team is up to...

Darja Jovanovic

Executive Director

Communication and outreach
40 %
Scala Days and other events
40 %
Scala Improvement Process
20 %

Sébastien Doeraene

Technical Director

Scala.js
90 %
Scala Improvement Process
10 %

Julien Richard-Foy

Education Director

Education
100 %

Jamie Thompson

Software Development

Scala 3 Enumerations
40 %
TASTy Reader For Scala 2
40 %
Dotty
20 %

Adrien Piquerez

Software Development

Scala 3 Migration Guide
70 %
Build Server Protocol Support for sbt
20 %
Scaladex
10 %

Meriam Lachkar

Software Development

Scala 2 to 3 Migration Tool
50 %
Scalafix
30 %
Metals
20 %

Tomasz Godzik

Software Development

Metals
100 %

Wojciech Mazur

Software Development

Scala Native Support
100 %

Talk to us about any of these projects!

Who are we?

Darja Jovanovic
Executive Director
Sébastien Doeraene
Technical Director
Martin Odersky
Academic Director
Julien Richard-Foy
Education Director
Fabien Salvi
System Administrator
Sylvie Jankow
Secretary
Jamie Thompson
Software Development
Adrien Piquerez
Software Development
Meriam Lachkar
Software Development
Tomasz Godzik
Software Development
Wojciech Mazur
Software Development

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Advisory Board members:
Contributor members:
Community representatives:

For information on the community representatives, see this blog post. Backer-level members:

The Scala Center is backed by EPFL, a world-class research university in Lausanne, Switzerland, several industries that depend on Scala every day, and countless individual members of the Scala community.

All of our members, individual and corporate, are actively involved in the Scala project. We are a coalition of individuals and organizations working together to contribute to Scala.

Interested in joining the effort?

The best way to help is to get involved in the Scala project!

We also accept sponsorships/donations to be able to fund important project work that would otherwise not be possible.